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Training manual :PIGMA Gal Evo

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FAMILY: Wall-mounting gas boilers

TYPE: Conventional design

NAME: PIGMA Gal Evo PT IT RDC

TRADE MARK: CHAFFOTEAUX

Issue : 1V0 24.07.2012

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INDEX
1 GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................................................................. 5
1.1 SIZE & DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................................................ 5
SEALED CHAMBER OVERALL VIEW (FF) ................................................................................................... 6
1.2 OPEN CHAMBER ASSEMBLY VIEW (CF) ...................................................................................... 7
1.3 CONTROL BOARD .......................................................................................................................... 8
1.3.1 General Indications ...................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4 SCREEN.............................................................................................................................................. 9
1.4.1 indications on display scree .......................................................................................................................... 9
1.4.2 Indications of operating modes displayed on the screen ............................................................................ 11
2 OPERATION .......................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.1 HEATING MODE ............................................................................................................................ 12
2.1.1 Assembly view of system in heating mode .................................................................................................. 14
2.2 SANITARY MODE ............................................................................................................................. 15
2.2.1 Assembly view of sanitary mode ................................................................................................................. 17
SOLAR SENSOR SANITARY MODE .......................................................................................................... 17
3 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS......................................................................................................................................... 18
3.1 FLUE CLEANER FUNCTION ........................................................................................................... 18
3.2 COMFORT FUNCTION ................................................................................................................... 20
3.3 ANTIFREEZE FUNCTION .............................................................................................................. 22
3.4 WATER FLOW CHECK ............................................................................................................... 23
3.5 AIR PURGE FUNCTION .................................................................................................................. 26
3.6 SELF ADAPTIVE HEATING RESTART DELAY .......................................................................... 27
4 HYDRAULIC BLOCK .......................................................................................................................................... 28
4.1 RIGHT HYDRAULIC BLOCK .................................................................................................................. 29
4.2 LEFT HYDRAULIC BLOCK .................................................................................................................... 30
4.3 WAY VALVE ....................................................................................................................................... 31
4.3.3-way valve motor............................................................................................................................................... 31
4.4 PLATE TYPE HEAT EXCHANGER ................................................................................................ 32
Temperatura limite anticalcare ................................................................................................................................ 32
4.5 PUMP UNIT ....................................................................................................................................... 33
4.5.1 PUMP speed check ..................................................................................................................................... 33
4.5.2 Post-circulation. ......................................................................................................................................... 34
4.6 DRAIN PORT & PLUG ...................................................................................................................... 34
4.7 BY-PASS VALVE .............................................................................................................................. 35
4.8 PRIMARY HEAT EXCHANGER ............................................................................................................ 35
4.9 PRESSURE PICK-UPS (FF ONLY) ................................................................................................. 35
4.10 HEATING LINE STRAINER ............................................................................................................ 36
4.11 HEATING EXPANSION VESSEL ................................................................................................... 37
4.12 SANITARY FLOW RATE ................................................................................................................ 37
4.13 TEMPERATURE SENSORS .......................................................................................................... 39
5 GAS LINE ............................................................................................................................................................... 40
5.1 GAS VALVE TYPE SIT SIGMA 845 ................................................................................................ 40
5.2 SOLENOID VALVE ELECTROPNIC CONNECTION DIAGRAM. .................................................. 40
5.3 GAS REGULATIONS. .................................................................................................................... 41
5.3.1 Supply pressure check. ................................................................................................................................ 41
5.3.2 Maximum sanitary power check ................................................................................................................. 41
5.3.3 Minimum power check. ............................................................................................................................... 42
5.3.4 Soft ignition power checking ....................................................................................................................... 42
5.3.5 Clocking for heating restart aftr burner flame out ..................................................................................... 43
5.3.6 Control of maximum heating power ............................................................................................................ 43
5.3.7 TABE OF GAS ............................................................................................................................................ 46
5.4 BURNER ........................................................................................................................................ 47
5.5 FLUE EXHAUST PORTS (SUCTION TYPE MODEL) ........................................................................ 48
5.6. AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (SUCTION CAP TYPE DESIGN) ...................................................................... 48
5.6 EXTRACTOR (SUCTION CAP TYPE DESIGN)....................................................................................... 49
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5.7.1.POST-VENTILATION ................................................................................................................................ 49
5.6.1 SPOTT UNIT ( MODEL CF) ...................................................................................................................... 50
5.7 FLUE EXHAUST / MODEL CF ........................................................................................................ 50
5.8 SUCTION CUP OUTLET / SUCTION CUPS MODELS / POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS ...................................... 51
EXHAUST SYSTEMS (SEALED CHAMBER FF) ............................................................................................... 51
6 ELECTRONIC PCBS ............................................................................................................................................ 55
MAIN CARD ................................................................................................................................................. 55
Electronic Wiring Diagram ...................................................................................................................................... 55
6.1.1 Diagramme lectronique FF boiler ............................................................................................................ 56
6.1.2 Diagramme lectronique CF boiler ............................................................................................................ 58
7 MENU AND SETTING .......................................................................................................................................... 59
7.1 USER MENU ...................................................................................................................................... 59
7.1.1 GUIDE TO NAVIGATING IN THE MENUS ............................................................................................. 59
7.1.2 MENUS ....................................................................................................................................................... 60
7.2 COMPLETE MENU ........................................................................................................................ 61
7.2.1 Menu 0 : Network ....................................................................................................................................... 61
7.2.2 MENU 2 : BOILER PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................ 61
7.2.3 MENU 4 : ZONE 2 PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................ 63
7.2.4 MENU 5 : ZONE 2 PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................ 63
7.2.5 MENU 6 : ZONE 3PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................. 64
7.2.6 MENU 8:SERVICE PARAMETER .............................................................................................................. 65
8 ERROR CODES ..................................................................................................................................................... 67
8.1 BOILER PROTECTION SYSTEMS. ............................................................................................... 67
8.1.1 Error codes ................................................................................................................................................. 67
9 FIRST STARTING AT WORK ............................................................................................................................ 69
10 PERIODICAL CHECKS .................................................................................................................................. 70
11 DONNEES TECHNIQUES URBIA................................................................................................................. 72
11.1 PIGMA CF ........................................................................................................................................ 72
11.1 PIGMA FF......................................................................................................................................... 73

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1 GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 SIZE & DIMENSIONS

PIGMA EVO PIGMA SYTEM


EVO

LEGEND
A System delivery
B Hot water outlet
C Gas inlet
D Cold water inlet
E Heating system return

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SEALED CHAMBER OVERALL VIEW (FF)

LEGEND
1 Flue Manifold 16 Filling Tap
2 Air pressure switch 17 CH Filter
3 Air pressure switch pressure intake condensate exhaust 18 Pump
4 Main Heat Exchanger 19 Heating minimum pressure switch
6 NTC1 heating delivery temperature probe 20 NTC2 heating return temperature probe
7 Burner 21 3 Way Valve
8 Ignition electrodes 22 Detection electrode
9 Gas valve 23 Ceramic Fibers
10 Spark generator 24 Combustion Chamber
12 3 bar safety valve 25 Expansion Vessel
13 Secondary Heat Exchanger 26 Modulating Fan
14 CH draining tap 27 Combustion Analysis Test Point
15 Proportional sanitary flow meter

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1.2 OPEN CHAMBER ASSEMBLY VIEW (CF)

LEGEND
1 Flue Manifold 14 CH draining tap
2 Flue Control Thermostat 15 Proportional sanitary flow meter
3 Flue Hood 16 Filling Tap
4 Main Heat exchanger 17 CH Filter
6 NTC1heating delivery temperature probe 18 Pump
7 Burner 19 NTC2 heating return temperature probe
8 Ignition electrodes 20 3 Way Valve
9 Gas valve 21 Detection electrode
10 Spark generator 22 Ceramic Fibers
12 3 bar safety valve 23 Combustion Chamber
13 Secondary Heat Exchanger 24 Expansion Vessel

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1.3 CONTROL BOARD

1.3.1 General Indications

1
2

11

10
4

9
5

6 7

LEGEND
1 Dysplay 7 manometer

2 Start / Stop button 8 Push button for Sanitary

3 ESC button 9 Push button sanitary CONFORT

4 Push button for heating 10 Access to menu /validation push-button

5 Select push button for modes : summer /


11 Touche Reset
winter / anti-frost l

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6 SRA push button

1.4 SCREEN

1.4.1 indications on display scree

ICON DESCRIPTION

Navigation

Navigation Parameter

Code

Default Code

Flame and level of power

Flame error

Heating disable

Heating enable

Sanitary disable

Sanitary enable

Comfort function

Boiler OFF and Anti freeze function enable

Anti-freeze function activate

SRA activate

Solar system

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1.4.2 Indications of operating modes displayed on the screen

During the working of the appliance, its possible to verify the status of the boiler:

ECRAN DESCRIPTION ETAT CHAUDIERE

Stand-By STAND-BY. No request.

Adjustment of Adjustment of the heating request by the button n 4.the


heating request number indicates the set point. They blink during 5 s

Heating mode, The radiator who symbolise the heating circuit is surrounded,
burner ON and SRA that fame is enable and there is an indication of the level
function power

Heating mode,
End of the heating request, the boiler is OFF but there is a
burner OFF and
post-circulation of 3 min (default value)
SRA function

Adjustment of the sanitary request by the button n 8.the


Adjustment of
number indicates the control temperature. They blink during
sanitary request
5s

The tap who symbolise the sanitary circuit is surrounded,


Sanitary tapping,
that fame is enable and there is an indication of the level
burner ON n
power

Comfort mode, The boiler is operating an tank heating mode, the 2 numbers
burner ON indicate the control temperature for sanitary system

En puisage sanitaire End of the sanitary request, the boiler is OFF but there is a
brleur teint. post-circulation of 3 min (default value)

Anti-frost function The anti- frost function is activate, management with the
ON NTC1 delivery sensor.

Solar system
Solar system is connected by E-Bus to the boiler
connected by E-Bus

TEST mode Combustion analysis

Purge mode Air purge function

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2 OPERATION

2.1 HEATING MODE

35C 85C
CONTROL Temperature readout can be viewed from screen 4
RANGE second long, each time heating button is
manipulated.

The request for heating can be initiated by :

- a room thermostat ,
- a room sensor,
- a programmer or
- an Expert Control Request for Heating
The character appears in this moment on the
screen.

The temperature read by the sensor on the


primary start can be viewed on the screen.

Sanitary mode is the rest position for the 3-way


valve.
When a heating request is active, the motor
driving the 3-way valve is energized for shifting 3-Way Valve
to heating mode. powered
The stem of the valve is then in retracted
position.

Pump is powered 7 seconds after the 3-way


valve, with a view at avoiding surge in system.
Pump powered
Before activating the extractor, a check of
pressure switch status is carried out (contact
shall be in open position, otherwise default code Extractor powered
symbol 6 07 is displayed on the screen).

The extractor is power-supplied (model FF only).

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Model FF only: a functional test of extractor is


performed by use of air pressure switch. If no signal is
detected after 20 seconds, the boiler turns to stand-by,
Testing air pressure
and code symbol 6 P1 is displayed on the screen. switch

When pressure switch contact is set to closure, the Ignitor and gas valve
gas valve and the igniters are power supplied.
powered
Gas valve is fed by the ignition power (adjustable by popoweredpopwerede
Burner ignition
parameter 2 20). nts
Flame detection is obtained by the ionization
electrode. In the event that the ionization sensor does
not sense any current during the ignition phase (8 Flame detection
seconds maximum), the boiler turns into safety state
and code symbol 5 01 is displayed on the screen.

A permanent check of flow rate is developed with the Flow rate Control
aid of 2 primary sensors (Forward & Return).
Flame detection enables the gas valve and the
extractor to carry out modulation of flame intensity
according to heat request.
Heating system output is adjustable by parameter 2
31 in operating ranges
Minimum output can be controlled directly by acting
on the gas valve.
Burner flame turn-off will take place at the following
T values:
Modulation of burner
In the 1st min after flame detection:
Toff = set point T + 8C flame
In the 2nd min after flame detection
Toff = T set point T + 6C
After the 3rd min after flame detection:
Toff = set point T + 4C

This logic of operation allows to avoid possible


occurrence of delayed ignitions and extinctions by
the burner.
Overheat control is provided through a thermostat
(1024C) located at the outlet of the primary heat
exchanger. Resetting to be effected manually from the Overheat Control
control panel.
Default 1 01 is shown on screen. Reset possible when
temperature reads 87C.

Notice. Primary start sensor (NTC1) is to control that primary temperature may not exceed set value
88C; in this occurrence, the sensor interdicts the burner to start ignition.
If flow circulation in the heating sytem is not sufficient to fulfill the purpose, an automatic by-pass valve
can open (maximum capacity = 350 l/h).
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2.1.1 Assembly view of system in heating mode

Notice.
The primary start sensor (NTC1) checks to ensure that the primary circuit heat level
may never exceed 88C in temperature; in this state, the sensor interdicts the burner
to start flame ignition.
When the circulation flow in the heating system is not enough to comply with the need ,
an autonatic by-pass valve can open ( maximum flow rate 350 l/h).

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2.2 SANITARY MODE


40C 60C
OPERATION
By pushing the buttons + o -,you can see on the
RANGE display (for 4 seconds) the set temperature .

When a sanitary request is detected by the sanitary flow HOT WATER REQUEST
meter (flow rate > 1,6 l/min), the symbol appears on
the display, together with the indication for temperature
FOR SANITARY
control.

2 possibilities exist:
3-way valve
1. If boiler is in stand-by mode, the 3-way valve is Heating request Heating request
already set to sanitary position. ON OFF

2. If boiler is in heating mode, the 3-way valve is being Turning from The 3-way valve
fed for setting to sanitary mode. heating over to remains set for
During this change in mode, burner and pump are sanitary sanitary
both being fed.

The pump is under supply. Pump under supply


Prior to imparting command signals to the extractor, ssusupplyalimente
a check is made to the pressure switch (contact
must be set to open position, otherwise default code Extractor powered
6 07 is displayed).
Extractor remains under power supply (FF model
only).
Checking closure of air pressure switch contact in 20
seconds, otherwise 6 P1 is displayed. Air pressure switch
(for model FF only ).
Control
When the pressure switch contact is closed, gas pressotat
Ignitor and gasair
valve
valve and igniters are both under power supply.
powered
The gas valve is supplied with ignition power input
(adjustable by parameter 2 20).
Ignition of burner
Flame detection is carried out by the ionization
electrode. In the event where for the time of the
ignition cycle (8 seconds maximum), the ionization Burner flame
sensor does not detect any input power, the boiler
turns into stand-by, and code symbol 5 01 is test
displayed on the screen

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A permanent check of flow rate is developed with the Flow rate Control
aid of 2 primary sensors (Start & Return).

Burner performs flow modulation from minimum


output up to maximum output (control over gas
valve). Burner Modulation
Burner will flame out if temperature read by the
sensor for primary return NTC2

Overheat control is provided through a thermostat


(1024C) located at the outlet of the primary heat
exchanger. Resetting to be effected manually from the Overheat Control
control panel.
Default 1 01 is shown on screen. Reset possible when
temperature reads 87C.
If there is a bad circulation through the heating system, the
automatic by-pass can be opened (max capacity 350 l/h).

Control by burner is performed over the sensor for Temperature Control


primary return NTC2. Burner flame goes out when
temperature reading by primary return sensor is by
4C higher than set point value.
.

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2.2.1 Assembly view of sanitary mode

Inlet
Eau
froid
e

SOLAR SENSOR SANITARY MODE

Boiler is fitted with a solar sensor. Setpoint Tfor sanitary Ignition T read by solar
set on Control Board sensor
[C] [C]
On occasion of a sanitary water draw-off from the solar hot 36 36
water tank , the conrol of burner is accomplished in the 40 39
following manner : 45 43
50 47
55 50
the solar sensor will enable or not, the burner to operate 60 54
according to the specified sanitary temperature values
set to the Control Board (see Table on the right).

Example :

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3 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
3.1 FLUE CLEANER FUNCTION

This function is used to perform proper boiler combustion analysis and maximum and minimum gas
calibration.
Follow the instructions below to enable it:

PRESS DISPLAY

The display will show this indication


Press Reset button for 5 continuous seconds

With the boiler on Winter mode, the 3-way valves is positioned on heating and the burner turns on
even without heating requested.
With the boiler on summer mode:
o without sanitary demand the burner turns on in heating;
o with sanitary demand the burner turns on in sanitary.
The delivery temperature (NTC1) is checked during the Flue cleaner function, as follows:
summer mode Off: 86C; On: 81C;
winter mode Off: 89C; On: 84C.

Three different powers can be selected when the function is enabled

PRESS DISPLAY POWER

Turn the knob Maxi power in


anticlockwise heating mode

Max power in
sanitary mode

Turn the knob


anticlockwise Minimum power

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To exit the Flue cleaner function, press the RESET button. However after 30 minutes the function will be
disabled automatically.

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3.2 COMFORT FUNCTION

This function allows the user either to activate or not the function temperature holding in the sanitary water
reserve tank.
At workshop level this function remains active over a time range 24h/24h, 7days/7days. Wording
COMFORT , is displayed at the screen bottom and it enables adapting Temperature Hold in the sanitary
reserve according to users needs.

To program it, comply with the directions given below :

How to Program the comfort function

Workshop outgoing
configuration.
The term
COMFORT indicates that
temperature holding
condition is set
permanently..

Programming COMFORT
function

pressing Comfort button


allows setting this function n

Licon Timer is displayed


on the screen.

Function disabling

Pressing this button for the


third time turn off completely.
The boiler is an instant
mode. The screen does not
indicate the clock symbol
any more nor working
Comfort mode

Whit the menu 250, its possible to validate this function COMFORT:

0 = Disable
1 = timer
2 = Always activate

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The operating range is variable and depends on the temperature set for the sanitary mode:

TEMP. SET FOR SANITARY MODE OFF TEMPERATURE ON TEMPERATURE


36 40 34

37 41 35

38 42 36

39 44 38

40 45 39

41 46 40

42 47 41

43 49 43

44 50 44

45 51 45

46 53 47

47 54 48

48 56 50

49 58 52

50 59 53

51 61 55

52 63 57

53 64 58

54 66 60

55 68 62

56 70 64

57 71 65

58 72 66

59 73 67

60 74 68

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3.3 ANTIFREEZE FUNCTION


This function is enabled only if the ON/OFF selector is turned on position ON. It is operated by means of
the temperature detected by the heating delivery probe (NTC1).
CONDITION EVENTS TIME
- The PUMP is supplied on speed III
CASE The temperature
detected by probe - The 3-WAY VALVE alternatively
Until the
NTC1
1ST

NTC1: switches the position of the shaft from temperature is


Ranges between 3C 1 minute on heating to 1 minute on 9C
and 8C sanitary mode
- The DISPLAY shows the icon

If, after 20 minutes ,


the CONDITIONS described in the 1st CASE are still present (3C<NTC1<8C)
automatically check the EVENTS of the 2nd CASE

CONDITION EVENTS TIME


- The BURNER turns on, supplied with
minimum power;

- The 3-WAY VALE is positioned on


sanitary and switch every 30 s
DHW/CH

- When the temperature is 40C the


CASE

burner turn OFF. For 15 minutes the Until the


The temperature
NTC1
2nd

detected by probe boiler maintain the temperature


between 35C and 40C temperature is
NTC1:
30C
Is below 3C
- After 15 minutes there is 2 minutes of
post circulation in heating

- Into 90 minutes if the temperature


decreases again less than 8C the
burner switch on immediately.

- The DISPLAY shows the icon .

If the NTC1 delivery probe is not working (open or short circuit) the antifreeze function check is followed by
the NTC2 heating return probe but in these cases only the pump works (the burner doesnt light). The display
doesnt show the antifreeze enabling code, but the error code of the NTC1 open or short circuit 1 10 or
1 11 .
The antifreeze is enabled even if the NTC2 return probe is not working (open or short circuit) but only the
pump works (the burner doesnt light). In this case the display doesnt show the antifreeze enabling code, but
the error code of the NTC2 open or short circuit 1 12 or 1 13 .
The antifreeze is enabled even if the boiler is shutdown due to no flame detection 5 01 or blocked for over
heat 1 01 , but in these cases only the pump works (the burner doesnt light), and the display shows the error
code of blocking and not the antifreeze enabling one.
If there is an interruption of the power supply, the boiler maintains in memory all the setting and when the
power supply is on the boiler returns in the condition that had before the turning off.

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3.4 WATER FLOW CHECK

Check When What happens

1. Immediate safety shutdown 1 P1:


- 10sec of post-circulation
Check always with the - 10 sec of post-ventilation
Gradient Tman > 7C/sec
flame on, except during The boiler restarts after 10sec.
the first 4 seconds after 2. If the error occurs other 2 times within the
(checked every 100ms)
flame detection. following 4 minutes it will be shutdown 1 03 :
- 20sec of post ventilation
- 1min of post circulation.

Gradient Tman > 20C/sec Check always with the


or flame on, and up to 7 sec 1. Shutdown 1 04:
Gradient Trit > 20C/sec after each turn off for - 20sec of post ventilation
temperature set or safety - 1min of post-circulation.
(checked every 100ms) shutdown.

1. Immediate safety shutdown 1 P2:


- 10sec of post-circulation;
- 10sec of post ventilation.
After 10sec the boiler restarts.
2. If within 4 minutes from the first safety
shutdown the defect occurs again there will be
Check always with the
a safety shutdown 1 P2 :
flame on, and up to 7 sec
- 10sec of post-circulation;
Tman Trit > 55C after each turn off for
- 10sec of post ventilation.
temperature set or safety
After 10sec the boiler restarts but the timer is
shutdown.
zeroed.
3. If within 4 minutes from the first safety
shutdown the defect occurs again it will be
shutdown 1 05 :
- 20sec of post ventilation
- 1min of post circulation.

1. If the defect occurs for 20 continuous seconds


there will be a safety shutdown 1 P3 :
- 10sec of post-circulation;
- 10sec of post ventilation.
Check always with the After 10sec the boiler restarts.
Trit > Tman + 10C
flame on. 2. If the defect occurs for 20 continuous seconds
another 2 times within 4 minutes it will
shutdown 1 06 :
- 20sec of post ventilation;
- 1min of post circulation.

1. Shutdown 1 07:
Check always with the
Trit > Tman + 30C 20sec of post ventilation;
flame on.
- 1min of post circulation

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Evolvement of start T > 7C/sec

>7C/sec
Evolvement
n <7C/sec
10 sec 10 sec 10 sec
ON
Extractor
OFF
20 sec (post-vent.)
ON
Pump
OFF
60 sec (post-circ.)
ON
Burner
OFF

ON
Times 255 sec
OFF
1 P1 1 P1 1 03

Evolvement of start T or return T > 20C/sec


Case A Case B
>20C/sec
Evolvement
<20C/sec
<7 sec
ON
Extractor
OFF
20 sec (post-vent.) 20 sec (post-vent.)
ON
Pump
OFF
60 sec (post-circ.) 60 sec (post-circ.)
ON
Burner
OFF

1 04 1 04

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Start T or Return T > 55C


Check also 7 seconds after each burner shut down

>55C
StartT-RetT
<55C
10 sec 10 sec 10 sec
ON
Extractor
OFF
20 sec (post-vent.)
ON
Pump
OFF
60 sec (post-circ.)
ON
Burner
OFF

ON
Time 255 sec
OFF
1 P2 1 P2 1 05

Return T > Start T + 10C

>StartT+10C
RetT
<StartT+10C
10 sec 10 sec 10 sec
ON
Extractor
OFF
20 sec (post-vent.)
ON
Pump
OFF
60 sec (post-circ.)
ON
Burner
OFF

ON
Time 255 sec
OFF
1 P3 1 P3 1 06

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Return T > Start T + 30C


>startT+30C
RetT
<ReturnT+30C

ON
Extractor
OFF
20 sec (post-vent.)
ON
Pump
OFF
60 sec (post-circ.)
ON
Burner
OFF

1 07

3.5 AIR PURGE FUNCTION

This function can be activated by the installer by the parameter 2 01 (or pressing of the key ESC for 5 sec
(continues till to the finish (about 6) or pressing of the key ESC).
Its aim is to help to purge the residual air inside the primary circuit after a filling cycle.
At the activation the following cycle is begun

3 way valve in heating 3 way valve in heating

Pump on 60 sec. 3 way valve in sanitary Pump on 60 sec.

Pump off 30 sec. Pump on 60 sec. Pump off 30 sec.

Pump on 60 sec. Pump on 60 sec.

This cycle can be repeated several times, till the boiler and the heating system are completely purged from
air.

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3.6 SELF ADAPTIVE HEATING RESTART DELAY

With the parameter 2 35 it is possible chose the heating restart delay type:
0: manual;
1: automatic.

MANUAL: with the parameter 2 36 it is possible set the heating restart delay between 0 and 7 min.

AUTOMATIC: the heating restart delay is calculated in base of the heating set-point temperature, see table
below:

Consigne Chauffage < 50C 51-60C 61-70C 71-80C > 80C

Temps de retard
redmarrage 5 4 3 2 1
chauffage (minute)

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4 HYDRAULIC BLOCK

LEGEND
1 Expansion vessel 8 Retuyrn heating sensor
2 Delivery heating sensor 9 Primary heat exchanger
3 Sanitary plate heat exchanger 10 No back-flow valve
4 3 bar safety valve and by-pass 11 Filling tap
5 3 way valve 12 Deareator
6 Sanitary flow meter 13 Minimum pressure switch
7 Pump 14 Drain tap

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4.1 RIGHT HYDRAULIC BLOCK

Composite block with integrated functions :

- CH and DHW filter


- Electrical diverter valve
- All components fitted by clips
- Pump unit with deareator valve and Heating pressure switch
- Brass connectors for installation
- Primary filling system

1 9

8
2

LEGEND
1 3-way valve motor 6 Heating filter
2 3-way valve 7 Pump
3 Sanitary flow meter 8 Minimum pressure switch
4 No back flow valve 9 Deareator
5 Filling tap

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4.2 LEFT HYDRAULIC BLOCK

By Composite module for CH and domestic hot water outlet.

Components integrated in the block :

- CH safety valve 3bar


- Automatic by-pass
- Brass connections
- All copper pipes connected by clips

LEGEND
1. 3 bar safety valve and by-pass 3. Sanitary plate heat exchanger
2. By-pass pipe connection

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4.3 WAY VALVE


Boiler is fitted with a 3-way valve, 230 volts motor-driven, installed on the return line.
When no operating, it is set to sanitary mode.

PARTS DESIGNATION
1. 3-way valve motor
5
2. Motor hanging clip
3. Valving assembly
hanging clip 1 4
4. Valving parts
5. Valve assembly
3
2

HEATING POSITION SANITARY POSITION

Noteworth is here that the compensation spring is embodied directly into the valve drive motor.

4.3.3-way valve motor


The movement of the 3-way valve is assured by an ELBI l electric motor that is easy to disassemble.
The boiler does not have to be emptied in order to replace it but you just have to take out the clip and
disconnect the supply wire.
The PCB supply always reaches the electric motor according to the function selected (mixed or just sanitary)
on the control panel.

Wiring connections: Alimentation

1 2 3 Supply voltage : 230Vac

Ohmic Resistance of each winding : 10 kohms


STM0011

Winding
Sanitary position 2-1
Heating position 2-3

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4.4 PLATE TYPE HEAT EXCHANGER


The sanitary plate type heat exchanger is secured to the hydraulic assemblies, right side and left side, by 2
screws, that are accessible from the front side.
Plates made from stainless steel are deep-drawn fabricated parts and welded one to the others. Tightness
is ensured by 4 seal lip joints.

SANITARY PLATE-TYPE HEAT


EXCHANGER

Main side :
Hot water coming from the exchanger enters
A, and flows out from B.

Secondary side:
Cold water for sanitary use enters C and
flows out from D reheated.

Fluids stream in parallel and in counterflow


Sanitary exchanger : 12 plates provided for 25 KW
with a view at ensuring a maximum heat
rating and 14 plates for 30 KW rating
exchange.

Temperatura limite anticalcare

Temp. limite
T set START
anticalc.
Serve a ridurre la formazione di calcare NTC1
allinterno dello scambiatore secondario. Non
(sonda 85C 81C
Durante il funzionamento in MODO influente
mandata)
SANITARIO lo spegnimento e la
conseguente riaccensione del bruciatore
> 52C 65C 64C
vincolato ai valori di temperatura rilevati dalle NTC2
sonde NTC1 e NTC2 indicati qui a fianco. (sonda ritorno)
<52C 62C 61C

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4.5 PUMP UNIT

Pump type:
Wilo INMTSL 15/5 HE-2: ( 24 28 kW);
Wilo INTMTSL 15/6.7 HE-2: ( 32 kW).

The P.C.B. controls modulation of the circulation pump at two different speeds V2 (55w) and V3 (80w).

On sanitary the pump always works on V.3 to allow excellent heat exchange
On heating the circulating device has 2 speeds that are operated by the heating del-ret T control.

Operated as follows:
Tdel-ret < T 2C V2;
Tdel-ret > T V3;
where: T= 20C (default value, which can be set by parameter 2 39 between 10 and 30C).

Speed switching is performed with a 5 minute delay (value that cannot be set) up or down.
It is possible to exclude the pump modulation with the parameter 2 38:
- 0: speed 2 fix;
- 1: speed 3 fix;
- 2: modulating.

The antisticking function switch on the pump and 3 way valve for 15 sec avery 21 h after the last l sistema
antibloccaggio attiva il circolatore e la valvola 3 vie per 15 sec. ogni 21 ore dallultimo funzionamento.

CLAS 24 e 28 CLAS 32

4.5.1 PUMP speed check

The speed of the pump can be checked by the parameter 8 23 or by measuring the voltage (Vac) between
pins 5 and 6 of the electronic card CN10 connector:
- 145 Vac: maximum speed;
- 0 Vac: minimum speed.

145 Vac: maximum speed;


0 Vac: minimum speed

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4.5.2 Post-circulation.

3 way valve
Post-circulation after: Time of post circulation Speed pump
position
Switching off due to:
3 min
Room thermostat opening Heating (set by parameter 237 Low
beetwen 0 e 15)
Heating Off by Summer/Winter 3 min
Heating (set by parameter 237 Low
button beetwen 0 e 15)
NTC delivery > T set +4 Heating continuasly Low
NTC return > 62C or 67C Sanitary continuasly High
Par. 254=0 30 sec
if:Tdel<75C ; 3 min
if Tdel>75C;
End of sanitary demand Sanitary Post circulation: 30sec High

Par. 254=1 3 min


End of comfort cycle Sanitary 30 sec High
Heating /
End of antifreeze function 2 min High
Sanitary
End of chimney sweeping
Heating 1 min Low
function
Solar sensor Sanitary 30 sec Low
Errors
Pressure sensor (102), Low
Heating 40 sec Low
pressure (108, 111)
No circulation (103, 104, 105,
Heating 1 min High
106, 107)
Flame missing, flame lift
Heating 2 min Low
(501, 504)
Overheat (101), Thermo fuse
Heating 2 min Low
opening (610)
No circulation (1P1, 1P2, 1P3) Heating 10 sec High
Floor thermostat opened (116) Heating 90 sec Low

4.6 DRAIN PORT & PLUG

Drainage of primary cicuit is possible by removing the plug


from the drain hole at the bottom of the hydraulic assembly of
boiler. The plug can be screwed out by use of a hexagon
head wrench size 9.

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4.7 BY-PASS VALVE

The boiler is equipped with an automartic by-pass valve allowing protection from the occurrence of a poor
flow rate from the system, which may be originated for instance from some closures of the thermostatic
cocks.

This DP is governed by a valve and a spring which open more or less for an extent depending on applied
load.

The by-pass valve ensures, in the main heat exchanger, a minimum flow rate of 50l/h. It is mounted
behind the main valve with 3 bar rating.

4.8 PRIMARY HEAT EXCHANGER

Primary heat exchanger is made from cupper metal. It is coated with an aluminum and silicone base paint
with high temperature resistant property.

The function of this exchanger consists in transfering heat from products of combustion to water flowing in
the heating circuit lines or in the sanitary heat exchanger.

The exchanger is rack-mounted in the upper part of the combustion chamber. It is held in positiin by two
screws secured to the side panels in the chamber.

4.9 PRESSURE PICK-UPS (FF ONLY)

Pressure pick-ups are to verify in real time the pressure


availabe in the primary circuit.

Contact closed > 0,6 b


Contact open < 0,4 b

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4.10 HEATING LINE STRAINER

A heating filter is placed in the hydraulic assembly, on the right (see picture below) on the return line from the
heating flow circuit. strainer mesh measures 1,5 mm in cross-section.

To clean it, follow the instructions given below.

Heating strainer

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4.11 HEATING EXPANSION VESSEL


Expansion vessel consists of two distinct parts assembled, made from metal sheet 1,8 mm thick. Inside, the
tank is separated through a SBR rubber membrane (see, pictures shown below).
The expansion vessel is located in the frame behind the boilere. Inflating pressure is 1 bar. Maximum
capacity of the system is about 175 litres.

Technical Data
Capacity 8 litres
Maximum temperature 90C
Inflating pressure 1 bar
Maximum pressure in primary circuit 3.0 bar

Air

Water

A valve allows the u technician to make a yearly check of inflating pressure in the expansion vessel.

4.12 SANITARY FLOW RATE

When set to sanitary mode, because water flow rate is higher than 1,6 litres minute, the turbine fitted inside
the sanitary flow meter transfers through a reed relay the command to the electronic PCB to initiate the
ignition sequence.
A sanitary filtre is embodied in the flow meter with a view at protecting the turbine and the sanitray
exchanger from penetration of impurities. To prevent any delayed start up caused by surge arising in the
cold water pipe network, a time control can be organised through parameter 2 52 within 0.5 sec and 20 sec
( 0.5 sec by default). With the aid of parameter 8 25 and key INFO it is possible to have a reading of sanitary
water flow rate.
Operation check data of turbine by measuring voltage on CN14 of the electronic PCB is :
- 0Vdc = no flow rate
- 5Vdc = no flow rate
- between 2Vdc and 3Vdc = flow rate

ON for a flow rate > 1,6 l/min


OFF for a flow rate < 1,3 l/min

Flow rate limit


8 l/min 25 kW
10 l/min 30kW Reed relay

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DESIGNATION

1. Sanitary Flow Rate 2

2. Hold Clip for flkow meter


inside the hydrauylic
1
assembly

A Flow rate limiter A B C D

B Flow meter casing

C Turbine

D Plug with sanitary filtre


incorpoorated

Disassembly and re-assembly of


sanitary flow meter are made
easier by use of a hold clip and
of a device fitted to the flow
meter casing, to prevent wrong
actions from being caused.

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4.13 TEMPERATURE SENSORS

To check the delivery and return temperature use the two contact sensor. To read the sanitary water
temperature the NTC1 heating delivery is used.

IMPORTANT!!!! Do not use conducting paste for the contact sensors because they alter the resistance
value.

NTC1

NTC2

TEMPERATURE (C) RESISTANCE (kOmh)

0 27
10 17
20 12
PROBE ERROR CODES 30 8
NTC1 heating delivery probe open or short 40 5
1 10 50 4
circuit
NTC2 heating return probe open or short 60 3
1 12
circuit 70 2
80 1,5

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5 GAS LINE
5.1 GAS VALVE TYPE SIT SIGMA 845

The gas valve installed in the boiler is type SIT 845 SIGMA embodying 2 solenoid safety valves supplied
from a 230 Vac source and a pressure modulation valve, 24 Vdc, for control of flow to the burner.

Flow modulation management is obtained through the electronic PCB, by an output data reading from the 3
temperature sensors.

This sort of gas valve can operate both with natural gas and liquid gas as well. In case gas quality needs be
changed , it is simply necessary that also injectors in the gas storage tank be changed. Highest allowable
pressure to the valve is 60 mb.

An igniter typeNAC504 is secured to the gas valve body.

This gas valve allows to control :

maximum power to burner

minimum power to burner

1
8
1 gas outlet to the burner
2 2 outlet pressure gauge
7 3 max power adjusting nut
4 intlet pressure gauge
5 gas inlet pipe
6 ignitior device
3 6 7 min power adjusting screw
8 compensation gauge

5
4

5.2 SOLENOID VALVE ELECTROPNIC CONNECTION DIAGRAM.

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5.3 GAS REGULATIONS.

5.3.1 Supply pressure check.


Fig. A
.
1. Loosen screw 1 (fig. A) and insert the pressure gauge fitting pipe in the
pressure intake.
2. Put the boiler on maximum operating power (hot water tap open). The supply
pressure must correspond with the one foreseen for the type of gas for which the
boiler has been prearranged (refer to table below).
3. After checking tighten screw 1 and check the seal

MINIMUM SUPPLY PRESSURE


METHANE G 20 BUTHANE G 30 PROPANE G 31
17 mbar 25 mbar 25 mbar

5.3.2 Maximum sanitary power check


Fig. B
1. To check maximum power, loosen screw 2 (fig.B)
and insert the pressure gauge fitting pipe in the pressure Compensation
intake. silicon pipe
2. Disconnect the compensation pipe of the air
chamber (fig.B).
3. Start the boiler at maximum power with the flue
cleaner function (press Reset button for 5 sec.).
4. The supply pressure must correspond with the one
foreseen for the type of gas for which the boiler has
been prearranged (refer to table below). If it does not,
remove the protection cap and act on adjusting hexagon
nut 3 (fig. C).
5. After checking tighten screw 2 and check the seal.
6. Reassemble the protection cap of the modulator.
7. Reconnected the compensation pipe
Fig. C

OUTLET PRESSURE SANITARY MAX POWER (mbar)


G20 G30 G31
24 kW CF 12 27,8 35,6
28 kW CF 12,4 27,5 35,3
24 kW FF 12,7 28,1 35,7
28 kW FF 12,4 27,7 35,7
32 kW FF 11 28 35,8

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5.3.3 Minimum power check.

1. To check the minimum power loosen screw 2 (fig.B) and insert the pressure
gauge fitting pipe in the pressure intake.
2. Disconnect the compensation pipe of the air chamber (fig.B).
3. Have the boiler work on minimum power and disconnect a cable from the
modulator (fig.D). The supply pressure must correspond with the one foreseen for
the type of gas for which the boiler has been prearranged (refer to table below). If it
does not correspond, act on adjusting screw 4 (fig.D) while holding the hexagon
nut steady 3(fig.C). Fig. D
4. After checking tighten screw 2 and check sealing.
5. Reconnect the cable of the modulator.
6. Reconnect the compensation pipe

OUTLET PRESSURE MIN. POWER (mbar)


G20 G30 G31
24 kW CF 2,2 5,5 6,9
28 kW CF 2,5 5,3 7,5
24 kW FF 2,3 5,5 7,2
28 kW FF 2,5 5,1 7,2
32 kW FF 2,3 5,2 6,8

5.3.4 Soft ignition power checking

Regulation carried out on parameter 2 20


1. To check the slow ignition power, loosen screw 2 (fig.B) and insert the pipe of the pressure gauge in the pressure
intake.
2. Disconnect the air chamber compensation pipe (fig.B)(sealed chamber).
3. Open the tap of the hot water, the burner turns on, disconnect the detection electrode in order to have the slow
ignition pressure for 8 seconds before safety block.
4. Change parameter 2 20 (see paragraph 6.2 and 6.3).

OUTLET PRESSURE SOFT IGNITION (mbar)


G20 G30 G31
24 kW CF 2,2 5,5 6,9
28 kW CF 2,5 5,3 7,5
24 kW FF 6,3 10 12,7
28 kW FF 5,1 9,5 13,7
32 kW FF 5,6 12 12

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5.3.5 Clocking for heating restart aftr burner flame out

Control measure acted by parameter 2 36

It is possible to set up a clocking between 0 and 7 min in the time interval between burner shut off and
the following re-ignition . This set up is accomplished by parameter 2 36 provided that parameter 2 35
is set to 0.

5.3.6 Control of maximum heating power

There are 2 different types of maximun power in heating mode :

1. Absolute power in heating can be adjusted by use of parameter 2 30. This value allows
the operator to set a maximum limit to the gas valve, which differs from usual maximun
power. This limit must be verified and changed, if necessary, in the event gas quality or the
electronic PCB are changed.

G20 G25 G30 G31


Pression Pression Pression Pression
PUISSANCE rglage rglage rglage rglage
gaz gaz gaz gaz
UTILE kW % % % %
mbar mbar mbar mbar
25 kW CF 11,37 62 *** *** 26,5 84 34,0 91
25 kW FF 12,0 62 *** *** 25,9 90 34,5 93
30 kW FF 12 63 *** *** 25,98 85 35,3 92
35 kW FF 10,3 59 *** *** 25,3 83 33 93

2. Heating system power is adjustable by use of partameter 2 31. This value shall be adjusted
systematically at the time when the installator sets the system into operation.

This value is adjustable as from minimum power level up to conrolled power level in menu 2 30.

PIGMA 24 CF
G20 G25 G30 G31
Pressure Pressure Pressure Pressure
Setting Setting Setting Setting
POWER kW gas gas gas gas
% % % %
mbar mbar mbar mbar
9,9 2,2 0,0 *** *** 5,5 0,0 6,0 0,0
11,0 2,7 37,0 *** *** 6,8 50,0 7,4 52,0
12,0 3,2 39,0 *** *** 8,0 54,0 8,8 56,0
13,0 3,8 42,0 *** *** 9,4 58,0 10,3 59,0
14,0 4,4 44,0 *** *** 11,0 61,0 12,0 63,0
15,0 5,0 47,0 *** *** 12,6 64,0 13,7 66,0
16,0 5,7 49,0 *** *** 14,3 67,0 15,6 70,0
17,0 6,5 52,0 *** *** 16,2 71,0 17,6 72,0
18,0 7,2 54,0 *** *** 18,1 73,0 19,8 76,0
20,0 7,6 55,0 *** *** 18,9 75,0 23,5 80,0
21,0 8,3 57,0 *** *** 20,8 77,0 26,0 83,0
22,0 9,1 59,0 *** *** 22,9 80,0 28,5 87,0
23,0 10,0 61,0 *** *** 25,0 83,0 31,1 90,0
23,7 10,6 64,0 *** *** 26,5 84,0 33,0 93,0

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PIGMA 28 CF
G20 G25 G30 G31
Pressure Pressure Pressure Pressure
Setting Setting Setting Setting
POWER kW gas gas gas gas
% % % %
mbar mbar mbar mbar
11,2 2,3 0,0 *** *** 5,3 0,0 7,5 0,0
13,0 3,1 34,0 *** *** 7,1 48,0 10,1 56,0
14,0 3,6 37,0 *** *** 8,3 51,0 11,7 59,0
15,0 4,1 39,0 *** *** 9,5 54,0 13,5 63,0
16,0 4,7 41,0 *** *** 10,8 57,0 15,3 66,0
17,0 5,3 43,0 *** *** 12,2 60,0 17,3 70,0
18,0 5,9 45,0 *** *** 13,7 63,0 19,4 72,0
19,0 6,6 48,0 *** *** 15,3 66,0 21,6 75,0
20,0 7,3 50,0 *** *** 16,9 68,0 23,9 79,0
23,0 8,2 53,0 *** *** 20,2 75,0 26,0 83,0
24,0 9,0 55,0 *** *** 22,0 78,0 28,3 86,0
25,0 9,7 57,0 *** *** 23,8 80,0 30,7 89,0
26,0 10,5 59,0 *** *** 25,8 83,0 33,2 92,0
26,7 11,1 62,0 *** *** 27,2 85,0 35,0 97,0

PIGMA 25 FF
G20 G25 G30 G31
Pressure Pressure Pressure Pressure
Setting Setting Setting Setting
POWER kW gas gas gas gas
% % % %
mbar mbar mbar mbar
9,8 2,3 0,0 *** *** 5,5 0,0 6,8 0,0
10,5 2,6 37,0 *** *** 6,3 54,0 7,8 59,0
11,5 3,2 40,0 *** *** 7,6 59,0 9,4 64,0
12,5 3,7 43,0 *** *** 8,9 62,0 11,1 68,0
13,5 4,4 46,0 *** *** 10,4 66,0 12,9 72,0
14,5 5,0 49,0 *** *** 12,0 70,0 14,9 76,0
15,5 5,8 52,0 *** *** 13,8 73,0 17,0 79,0
16,5 6,5 55,0 *** *** 15,6 77,0 19,3 82,0
17,5 7,3 58,0 *** *** 17,5 79,0 21,7 85,0
20,0 8,0 59,0 *** *** 17,7 80,0 22,5 86,0
21,0 8,8 62,0 *** *** 19,5 82,0 24,8 89,0
22,0 9,7 64,0 *** *** 21,4 85,0 27,3 92,0
23,0 10,6 66,0 *** *** 23,4 87,0 29,8 95,0
24,2 11,7 69,0 *** *** 25,9 90,0 33,0 98,0

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PIGMA 30 FF
G20 G25 G30 G31
Pressure Pressure Pressure Pressure
Setting Setting Setting Setting
POWER kW gas gas gas gas
% % % %
mbar mbar mbar mbar
11,6 2,3 0,0 *** *** 5,1 0,0 6,2 0,0
13,0 2,9 34,0 *** *** 6,4 48,0 7,8 51,0
14,0 3,4 36,0 *** *** 7,4 51,0 9,0 54,0
15,0 3,8 38,0 *** *** 8,5 53,0 10,4 58,0
16,0 4,4 41,0 *** *** 9,7 57,0 11,8 61,0
17,0 4,9 43,0 *** *** 11,0 59,0 13,3 64,0
18,0 5,5 45,0 *** *** 12,3 62,0 14,9 67,0
19,0 6,2 47,0 *** *** 13,7 65,0 16,6 70,0
20,0 6,8 49,0 *** *** 15,2 69,0 18,4 73,0
24,0 8,9 57,0 *** *** 19,1 76,0 24,4 83,0
25,0 9,6 59,0 *** *** 20,7 79,0 26,5 86,0
26,0 10,4 61,0 *** *** 22,4 81,0 28,6 89,0
27,0 11,3 63,0 *** *** 24,2 83,0 30,9 92,0
28,0 12,1 64,0 *** *** 26,0 84,0 33,2 95,0

PIGMA 30 FF
G20 G25 G30 G31
Pressure Pressure Pressure Pressure
Setting Setting Setting Setting
POWER kW gas gas gas gas
% % % %
mbar mbar mbar mbar
13,2 2,0 0,0 *** *** 5,2 0,0 6,8 0,0
14,5 2,4 33,0 *** *** 6,3 50,0 8,2 56,0
16,0 2,9 36,0 *** *** 7,6 54,0 10,0 61,0
17,5 3,5 39,0 *** *** 9,1 59,0 12,0 65,0
19,0 4,1 42,0 *** *** 10,8 62,0 14,1 68,0
20,5 4,8 44,0 *** *** 12,5 66,0 16,4 72,0
22,0 5,6 47,0 *** *** 14,4 69,0 18,9 77,0
23,5 6,3 50,0 *** *** 16,5 72,0 21,6 81,0
25,0 7,2 52,0 *** *** 17,9 74,0 23,4 83,0
28,0 7,8 54,0 *** *** 19,1 76,0 25,0 84,0
29,0 8,4 56,0 *** *** 20,5 79,0 26,8 86,0
30,0 8,9 57,0 *** *** 22,0 80,0 28,6 89,0
31,0 9,5 59,0 *** *** 23,4 81,0 30,6 91,0
32,2 10,3 61,0 *** *** 25,3 83,0 33,0 93,0

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5.3.7 TABE OF GAS

25 CF 30 CF
G20 G30 G31 G20 G30 G31
Lower Wobbe index (15C 1013 mbar)
45,7 80,6 70,7 45,7 80,6 70,7
(Mj/m3)
Nominal pressure gas mbar 20 28/30 37 20 28/30 37

Maximal pressure sanitary mbar 12 27,8 35,6 12,4 27,5 35,3


Soft ignition mbar 2,2 5,5 6,9 2,5 5,3 7,5
(Parameter 220) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0)
Adjustable heating power CH mbar 11,4 26,5 34,0 11,2 27,2 35
(Parameter 230) (62) (84) (91) (62) (85) (97)
Maxi power heating %
75 74 78 77 66 72
(parameter 231)
CH Anti-cycling
Automatique
(parameter 235)
Main burner jets 13 15

Diameter burner jets 1,25 0,76 0,76 1,25 0,75 0,75

Max/min Maxi D H W 2,86 2,13 2,10 3,23 2,41 2,37


consumption
Maxi Heating 2,73 2,03 2,00 3,12 2,33 2,29
(15C 1013
mbar) Mini 1,16 0,87 0,85 1,38 1,03 1,01

25 FF 30 FF 35 FF
G20 G30 G31 G20 G30 G31 G20 G30 G31
Lower Wobbe index (15C 1013 mbar)
45,7 80,6 70,7 45,7 80,6 70,7 45,7 80,6 70,7
(Mj/m3)
Nominal pressure gas mbar 20 28/30 37 20 28/30 37 20 28/30 37

Maximal pressure sanitary mbar 12,7 28,1 35,7 12,4 27,7 35,7 11,3 28 35,8
Soft ignition mbar 6,3 10 12,7 5,1 9,51 13,7 4,9 7,7 8,2
(Parameter 220) (50) (65) (65) (50) (58) (66) (45) (56) (56)
Adjustable heating power CH mbar 12 25,9 34,5 12,0 26 35,3 10,3 25,3 33,0
(Parameter 230) (62) (90) (93) (63) (85) (92) (59) (83) (93)
Maxi power heating %
74 71 79 77 66 78 80 62 70
(parameter 231)
CH Anti-cycling
Automatique
(parameter 235)

Main burner jets 11 13 16

Diameter burner jets 1,32 0,8 0,8 1,32 0,8 0,8 1,32 0,78 0,78

Max/min Maxi D H W 2,86 2,13 2,10 3,31 2,47 2,43 3,81 2,84 2,80
consumption
Maxi Heating 2,73 2,03 2,00 3,17 2,37 2,33 3,65 2,72 2,68
(15C 1013
mbar) Mini 1,16 0,87 0,85 1,38 1,03 1,01 1,59 1,18 1,17

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5.4 BURNER

Technology used : Multiple gas burner model POLIDORO, installed in rack frame in the combustiin
chamber. The burner assembly is equipped with :

1. one multiple-gas type burner


2. one a storage tank fitted with own injectors secured by screws
3. one ignition electrode array and one ionization sensor

DIAMETER OF THE NOZZLES


Number G20 G30 G31
25 kW CF 13 1,25 mm 0,76 mm 0,76 mm
28 kW CF 15 1,25 mm 0,75 mm 0,75 mm
25 kW FF 11 1,32 mm 0,80 mm 0,80 mm
30 kW FF 13 1,32 mm 0,80 mm 0,80 mm
35 kW FF 13 1,32 mm 0,80 mm 0,80 mm

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5.5 FLUE EXHAUST PORTS (SUCTION TYPE MODEL)

On the boiler top there is installewd an outlet socket (60/100) for connection with suction type exhaust pipes .
Two pressure ports allow measuring quality of combustion during the COMBUSTION ANLYSIS mode as well
as 2 pressure taps are provided for pressure switch tests.

Combustion
Reset

Taps for pressure


switch testing

5.6. AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (SUCTION CAP TYPE DESIGN)

The boiler is fitted with an air pressure switch to check the vacuum state in suction caps and the extractor
for regular functioning.
ON
25kW: Off = 50Pa/0,50 mbar 1 3
On = 60Pa/0,60 mbar

30kW: Off = 74Pa/0,74 mbar OFF

On = 89Pa/0,89 mbar 1 3

The pressure tap (-) of the pressure switch is jointed to the pressure tap in the extractor.

The pressure tap (+) is measured directly in the casing of the air pressure switch.

A measurement of Dp is taken during every sequence of ignition. If the read value is correct, the burner can
ignite a flame.

In thepresence of any trouble, faults of 2 types are likely to be found:

6 07 : pressure switch contact closed while extractor is not powered yet.

6 P1 : pressure switch contact remains open while extractor is being energized.

For preventing condensation risks from occuring in the pressure switch tube, a regenerator for
condensate is fitted in the tube.

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Pressure Pressure
FAN OFF FAN ON tap(+) tap (-)

NA NC NA NC

Connector CN 22 Connector CN 22
(brackets 11 and 12) of (brackets 11 and 12) of
electronic PCB electronic PCB

5.6 EXTRACTOR (SUCTION CAP TYPE DESIGN)

Technical data :

- 25kW: Motor 35W

- 30kW: Motor 45W

- 35 kW Motor 60 W

5.7.1.POST-VENTILATION

Different cycles of post ventilation according to the cases


of figures:
during a setting to safety 5 01 : 40 seconds
during a setting to safety linked to water circulation 1 03, 1 04, 1 05, 1 06 or 1 07 : 20 seconds
during a fault in water flow circulation 1 P1, 1 P2 or 1 P3 : 10 seconds

Post-ventilation after a heating request:

parameter 2 43= 0 5 seconds ( at each burner firing stop)

parameter 2 43= 1 3 minutes ( at each burner firing stop)

Post-ventilation after a sanitary request:

parameter 2 54= 0 TDp<75C = No post-ventilation; start T>75C = 3 min

parameter 2 54= 1 fix 3 min (at each burner flame out).

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5.6.1 SPOTT UNIT ( MODEL CF)

The SPOTT unit is to control the flue stack for a good thermal draught. This valve is located in the anti-
backflow device.

This is a sort of thermal contact that opens when temperature is 753C Its opening causes the burner to
flame out, and it brings the boiler to stop; code symbol 6 01 is displayed on screen. Reset takes place
automatically 12 minutes after flame out.

THERMAL DRAUGHT FAILURE

SPOTT 6 01 : Opening contavt of SPOTT unit.

5.7 FLUE EXHAUST / MODEL CF

The boiler is equipped with an anti-return


device measuring 130 mm in diameter in
its upper part and 125 mm in lower part.
Installatiom of the flue stack must be in
compliance with the regulations in force in
the country concerned.

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5.8 SUCTION CUP OUTLET / SUCTION CUPS MODELS / POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS

EXHAUST SYSTEMS (SEALED CHAMBER FF)

The boiler is arranged for both coaxial smoke exhaust 60/100mm and for the split 80/80mm (two ways to
connect the intake pipes). Combustion analysis intakes are built-in the smoke exhaust neck.

SISTEMA DI SCARICO COASSIALE

COAXIAL 80/100 e 80/125


C12 C32 C42

TWIN PIPE 80/80


C12 C32 C42 C52 C82

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TYPE OF Length (L) DIAPHRAME


EXHAUST from [m] to [m] [mm]

60/100 0,5 0,75 44


C12,C32,C42,
COAXIAL
B32
SYSTEMS 0,75 4 NO

80/125 0,75 3 44
C12,C32,C42,
COAXIAL
B32
SYSTEMS 3 11 NO

0,5 / 0,5 9/9 44


24 kW

C12, C32,C42
(Air/Flue)
9/9 21 / 21 NO

80/80 SPLIT
1 / 0,5 1 / 23 44
C52,C82
SYSTEMS (Air/Flue)
1 / 23 1 / 44 NO

0,5 23 44
B22
(Flue)
23 45 NO

TYPE OF Length (L) DIAPHRAME


EXHAUST from [m] to [m] [mm]

60/100 0,5 0,75 44


C12,C32,C42,
COAXIAL
B32
SYSTEMS 0,75 4 NO

80/125 0,5 3 44
C12,C32,C42,
COAXIAL
B32
SYSTEMS 3 11 NO

0,5 / 0,5 11 / 11 44
28 kW

C12, C32,C42
(Air/Flue)
11 / 11 24 / 24 NO

80/80 SPLIT
1 / 0,5 1 / 27 44
C52,C82
SYSTEMS (Air/Flue)
1 / 27 1 / 50 NO

0,5 27 44
B22
(Flue)
27 50 NO

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TYPE OF Length (L) DIAPHRAME


EXHAUST from [m] to [m] [mm]

60/100 0,5 0,75 46


C12,C32,C42,
COAXIAL
B32
SYSTEMS 0,75 4 NO

80/125 0,5 2 46
C12,C32,C42,
COAXIAL
B32
SYSTEMS 2 8 NO

0,5 / 0,5 9/9 46


32 kW

C12, C32,C42
(Air/Flue)
9/9 23 / 23 NO

80/80 SPLIT
1 / 0,5 1 / 17 46
C52,C82
SYSTEMS (Air/Flue)
1 / 17 1 / 23 NO

1 17 46
B22
(Flue)
17 23 NO

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6 ELECTRONIC PCBs
MAIN CARD

The boiler uses a GAL2EVO ATM electronic card for complete checking of the boiler and one users
interfaces display LCD;
The GAL2EVO ATM electronic card is protected by two 2A, 250 VAC fuses and a VDR protects the card
against supply voltage peaks up to 275VAC. The supply voltage tolerance is 230 Vac +10% -15% and
does not have to comply with the phase and with neutral.

Electronic Wiring Diagram

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6.1.1 Diagramme lectronique FF boiler

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6.1.2 Diagramme lectronique CF boiler

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7 Menu and setting


7.1 USER MENU

To adjust and control the different existing parameters, 8 distinct menus are assigned to the boiler.
N de Pour Pour le
Contenu
menu lutilisateur technicien
0 Rseau E-Bus connect Oui Oui
2 General parameters of boiler Non Oui
4 Parameter Controls in zone 1 Heating Non Oui
5 Parameter Controls in zone 2 Heating Non Oui
6 Parameter Controls in zone 3 Heating Non Oui
8 Parameters for After Sales Service Non Oui

7.1.1 GUIDE TO NAVIGATING IN THE MENUS

The button Menu/OK give access to the different menus.

1. Touch button MENU/OK, menu 0 is


displayed on the left side of the screen.

2. To be enabled to select the wanted menu, it


is sufficient to turn heating knob (rep 4).
The menus scroll from o to 8 and are
displayed on the left of the screen..
3. To select the menu, touch button
MENU/OK.
To have access to menus 0 to 8, the user
shall enter a password code: 234 with the
10
aid of buttons + and - and validate
it by touching once again button MENU/OK
4
4. After it, heating knob (rep 4) allows
selecting sub-menus.

5. To select the wanted sub-menu, press


MENU/OK button.

6. With the aid of button, rep 4 , it is


possible to select the wanted parameter .

7. To be enabled to change the parameter


value, press MENU/OK button. To change
it, turn key rep 4 , and select the wanted
value.

8. To save the new value of the parameter,


press MENU/OK button

9. To come out from menus, press button


ESC several times, until a temperature
data is obtained on the left of the screen

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7.1.2 MENUS

Access Code
MENU Complete menu
0 Bus
02 Bus Network
04 Display Boiler
2 Boiler Parameter
20 DHW Set point temperature
22 General set point boiler
23 Central Heating Zone 1
24 Central Heating Zone 2
25 Domestic Hot water
26 Boiler manual setting
27 Test - Utilities
28 Reset Menu
4 Zone Parameter 1
40 Set point
42 Z1 setting
43 Z1Diagnostic
5 Zone Parameter 2
50 Set point
52 Z2 setting
53 Z2 Diagnostic
6 Zone Parameter 2
60 Set point
62 Z3 setting
63 Z3 Diagnostic
8 Service Parameter
81 Boiler statistics
82 Boiler
83 Boiler Temperatures
84 Storage
85 Service
86 Error History
VAL Direct access to parameters of the boiler
821 822 823 824 825 827 830 831 832 833 835 - 840

ERR Last 10 errors


Day, Month, Year

PCB Direct access for the parameters to modify when change PCB
220 228 229 231 232 233 234 247 250 253

GAS Direct access for the parameters to modify when change gas valve
220 231 232 233 234 - 270

SET Direct access for the parameters to modify when setting the boiler
220 223 231 238 245 246

TIME Time
Hour
Date Month - Year
Timer
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7.2 COMPLETE MENU

7.2.1 Menu 0 : Network

Parameter
Sub Men
Men

Default
Function Range
setting

0 2 BUS NETWORK
0 2 0 Network presence in the bus (only visualization) /
0 4 USER INTERFACE
0 4 1 Backlight time (min) 1 10 ; 24h 24h
Thermoregulation button
0 4 2 deactivation
0-1 0

7.2.2 MENU 2 : BOILER PARAMETERS


Parameter
Sub Menu
Menu

Default
Function Range
setting

2 0 GENERAL
2 0 0 DHW set point temperature 36 60 /
2 2 GENERAL
Slow ignition as % of the See gas
2 2 0 maximum heating power
0 100
table
0: Off
2 2 1 Modulation ratio 1/10
1: On
1
Floor thermostat or Room 0: Floor thermostat
2 2 3 thermostat zone 2 selection 1: Room thermostat zone 2
0
0: disabled
2 2 4 Thermoregulation
1: enabled
0
0: disabled
1: 10 seconds
2 2 5 Heating delay restart
2: 90 seconds
0
3: 210 seconds
0: combi
1: Storage with NTC (tank) Depend on
2 2 8 Boiler version 2: only heating or storage with the boiler
thermostat version
3: micro-storage
Depend on
2 2 9 Boiler nominal power 0 100 kW
the boiler
2 3 CENTRAL HEATING-1
Maximum heating power
2 3 0 (heating absolute maximum 0 100
power percentage) (%)
Maximum heating power
See gas
2 3 1 (heating absolute maximum 0 100
table
power percentage) (%)
0: manual (set with par. 2 36)
2 3 5 Select of heating delay manage
1: automatic
1
Heating delay (min), enabled by
2 3 6 par. 2 35= 0
07 3
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0 15
2 3 7 Heating post-circulation (min)
CO: non stop
3
2 3 8 Pump modulation on heating Not active /
2 3 9 T for pump modulation (C) Not active /
2 4 CENTRAL HEATING-2
0: 5 sec
2 4 3 Heating post-ventilation
1: 3 min
0
0 60
2 4 4 Boost time (min)
(with Auto function working)
16
0: temperature probes only
Heating water pressure
2 4 7 detection device
1: pressure switch 2
2: pressure sensor
External temperature correction
2 4 9 (C)
-3 3 0

2 5 DOMESTIC HOT WATER


0: disabled
2 5 0 Sanitary comfort function 1: enabled for 30 minutes after a heating request 0
2: always enabled
2 5 1 Comfort anticycle (min) 0 120 0
Sanitary delay start
2 5 2 (anti water hammering) (dec)
5 200 5
0: anti-scale (62 o 65C).
2 5 3 Sanitary switch off logic
1: set-point+4C
0
0: Post-ventilation: Tflow<75C = no post-
ventilation; Tflow>75C = 3 min (minimum
Sanitary post-circulation and
2 5 4 post-ventilation
speed); Post-circulation: 30sec 0
1: Post-ventilation: 3min
Post-circulation: 3min
Heating start delay after sanitary
2 5 5 (min)
0 30 0
0: Off
2 5 6 CELECTIC
1: On
Antilegionella function (only for
0: disabled
2 5 7 boilers with external thank and
1: enabled
0
NTC sensor par. 228 = 1)
Frency between anti-bacterie
2 5 8 function
To 24 at 72 h

2 6 BOILER MANUAL SETTING


0: Off
2 6 0 Manual mode attivation
1: On
0
Boiler pump control 0: Off
2 6 1 (set parameter 260 =1) 1: On (timed 10 min)
0
Fan control 0: Off
2 6 2 (set parameter 260 =1) 1: On (timed 10 min)
0
Diverter valve control 0: Sanitary
2 6 3 (set parameter 260 =1) 1: Heating ( timed 10 min)
0

2 7 TEST & UTILITIES


0: Off
2 7 0 Flue cleaning function
1: On (select desired power)
0
0: Off
2 7 1 Air Purge function
1: On
0

2 8 RESET MENU
YES: press button OK
2 8 0 Reset menu 2 factory setting
NO: press button ESC
/

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7.2.3 MENU 4 : ZONE 2 PARAMETERS

Parameter
Sub Menu
Menu

Default
Function Range
setting

4 0 SETPOINT
4 0 2 Temperature setpoint zone 1 Par 425 Par 426 /
4 2 ZONE 1 SETTING
0: fixed delivery temperature
1: basic thermoregulation
Thermoregulation mode
4 2 1 selection
2: only room probe 1
3: only outside probe
4: room probe + external probe
0_2 1_0 (par. 420=0)
0_6 (par 420=0)
4 2 2 Select thermoregulation curve 1_0 3_5 (par. 420=1) 1_5 (par 420=1)
(with Auto function enabled)
-7 7 (par. 420=0)
Select thermoregulation curve
4 2 3 parallel shifting
-14 14 (par. 420=1) 0
(with Auto function enabled )
Influence of the room probe on 0 20
4 2 4 thermoregulation (with Auto function enabled )
20
Zone 1 maximum heating 20 45 (par. 420=0) 45 (par. 420=0)
4 2 5 temperature (C) 35 82 (par. 420=1) 82 (par. 420=1)
Zone 1 minimum heating 20 45 (par. 420=0) 20 (par. 420=0)
4 2 6 temperature (C) 35 82 (par. 420=1) 35 (par. 420=1)

4 3 DIAGNOSTICS
OFF: no (only
4 3 4 Heating request by zone 1
ON: yes visualization)

7.2.4 MENU 5 : ZONE 2 PARAMETERS


Parameter
Sub Menu
Menu

Default
Function Range
setting

5 0 SETPOINT
5 0 2 Temperature setpoint zone 2 Par 525 Par 526 /
5 2 ZONE 2 SETTING
0: fixed delivery temperature
1: basic thermoregulation
Thermoregulation mode
5 2 1 selection
2: only room probe 1
3: only outside probe
4: room probe + external probe
0_2 1_0 (par. 520=0)
0_6 (par 520=0)
5 2 2 Select thermoregulation curve 1_0 3_5 (par. 520=1) 1_5 (par 520=1)
(with Auto function enabled)
-7 7 (par. 520=0)
Select thermoregulation curve
5 2 3 parallel shifting
-14 14 (par. 520=1) 0
(with Auto function enabled )
Influence of the room probe on 0 20
5 2 4 thermoregulation (with Auto function enabled )
20
Zone 2 maximum heating 20 45 (par. 520=0) 45 (par. 520=0)
5 2 5 temperature (C) 35 82 (par. 520=1) 82 (par. 520=1)

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Zone 2 minimum heating 20 45 (par. 520=0) 20 (par. 520=0)


5 2 6 temperature (C) 35 82 (par. 520=1) 35 (par. 520=1)

5 3 DIAGNOSTICS
(only
OFF: no
5 3 4 Heating request by zone 2
ON: yes
visualization)
/

7.2.5 MENU 6 : ZONE 3PARAMETERS


Parameter
Sub Menu
Menu

Default
Function Range
setting

6 0 SETPOINT
6 0 2 Temperature setpoint zone 3 Par 425 Par 426 /
6 2 ZONE 2 SETTING
0: fixed delivery temperature
1: basic thermoregulation
Thermoregulation mode
6 2 1 selection
2: only room probe 1
3: only outside probe
4: room probe + external probe
0_2 1_0 (par. 420=0)
0_6 (par 420=0)
6 2 2 Select thermoregulation curve 1_0 3_5 (par. 420=1) 1_5 (par 420=1)
(with Auto function enabled)
-7 7 (par. 420=0)
Select thermoregulation curve
6 2 3 parallel shifting
-14 14 (par. 420=1) 0
(with Auto function enabled )
Influence of the room probe on 0 20
6 2 4 thermoregulation (with Auto function enabled )
20
Zone 3 maximum heating 20 45 (par. 420=0) 45 (par. 420=0)
6 2 5 temperature (C) 35 82 (par. 420=1) 82 (par. 420=1)
Zone 3 minimum heating 20 45 (par. 420=0) 20 (par. 420=0)
6 2 6 temperature (C) 35 82 (par. 420=1) 35 (par. 420=1)

6 3 DIAGNOSTICS
OFF: no
6 3 4 Heating request by zone 3 ON: yes /
(only visualization)

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7.2.6 MENU 8:SERVICE PARAMETER

Sotto-Menu

Parameter
Menu

Default
Function Range
setting

8 1 BOILER STATISTICS
Hours burner on in heating (h x
8 1 0 10)
(only visualization) /
Hours burner on in sanitary (h x
8 1 1 10)
(only visualization) /
Number of flam lifts
8 1 2 (n x 10)
(only visualization) /
Number of ignition cycles
8 1 3 (n x 10)
(only visualization) /
8 1 4 Average heat request duration (only visualization) /
8 2 BOLILER
8 2 0 Ratio of burner modualtion 0 to 165 mA
8 2 1 Fan state 0: Off ; 1: On (only visualization) /
Ventilator speed X 100 (only
8 2 2 Ventilator speed
visualization)
/
0= OFF
8 2 3 Pump Speed 1 = Low speed
2 = high speed
0= sanitary; 1= haeting ((only
8 2 4 Pump state
visualization)
/

8 2 5 Sanitary flow rate l/min /


0 = Open
8 2 6 Status of pressostat
1= Closed
/

8 2 8 Gas power (kW) (only visualization) /


8 3 BOILER TEMPERATURE
8 3 0 Temperature set on heating (C) (only visualization) /
Temperature measured on
8 3 1 heating delivery (C)
(only visualization) /
Heating return measured
8 3 2 temperature (C)
(only visualization) /
Sanitary measured temperature
8 3 3 (C)
(only visualization) /

8 3 5 External temperature (C) (only visualization) /


8 4 STORAGE AND SOLAR (if present)
8 4 2 Sanitary inlet temperature (C) (only visualization)
8 5 SERVICE
8 5 0 Month to next maintenance 0 60 24
0: Off
8 5 1 Maintenance on days act
1: On
0
YES: push button OK
8 5 2 Maintenance warning reset
NO: push button ESC
/

8 5 4 Display software version (only visualization) /


8 5 5 Main PCB software version (only visualization) /
8 6 ERROR HISTORY

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8 6 0 Last 10 errors / /
SI: push button OK
8 6 1 Reset error list
NO: push button ESC
/

MENU TIME
(Non accessible lorsque lExpert Control est connect)
HEURE
DATE
Jour
Mois
Anne
TIMER
Prog1 06:00 22:00
06:00 08:00
Prog2 12:00 14:00
17:00 22:00
06:00 08:00
Prog3
16:00 22:00

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8 ERROR CODES
8.1 BOILER PROTECTION SYSTEMS.

There are two types of errors for malfunctions:


- Shutdown (solved by resetting);
- Safety stop (No Reset: the boiler will start working again properly when the cause is removed).
There is a third type of error code that is used to indicate a malfunction that does not stop the boiler which
continues to work properly (Indication).

8.1.1 Error codes

The error codes are divided in six different functional units, in other words the first figure indicates which
functional unit of the boiler is involved in the error:

1 Primary circuit
2 Sanitary circuit
3 Electronic PCB
4 Communication with peripherals
5 Ignition and detection
6 Air inlet / Fume outlet
7 Zones

Display Description Reset


PRIMARY CIRCUIT
1 01 Overheat Reset
1 02 Heating proportional pressure short circuit or open circuit No Reset
1 03 Circulation or presence of water: Gradient Tman > 7C/sec for 3 times Reset
Circulation or presence of water: Gradient Tman > 20C/sec or Gradient Trit >
1 04 Reset
20C/sec
1 05 Circulation or presence of water: Tman Trit> 55C for 3 times Reset
1 06 Circulation or presence of water: Trit > Tman + 10C for 3 times Reset
1 07 Circulation or presence of water: Trit > Tman + 30C Reset
Water missing on the primary circuit (P<Pmin) for boiler with minimum
1 08 No Reset
pressure switch on/off (par.247=1)
1 10 Heating delivery probe open or short circuit (NTC1) No Reset
Water missing on the primary circuit (P<Pmin) for boiler with pressure
1 11 No Reset
sensor(par. 247=2)
1 12 Heating return probe open circuit or no signal (NTC2) No Reset
1 14 Outdoor probe open circuit or no signal No Reset
1 18 Primary Probes Test Fail
1 P1 Circulation or presence of water: Gradient Tman > 7C/sec Signalling
1 P2 Circulation or presence of water: Tman Trit> 55C Signalling
1 P3 Circulation or presence of water: Trit > Tman + 10C Signalling
SANITARY CIRCUIT
2 03 Tank probe open circuit or no signal No Reset
2 05 Sanitary inlet probe open circuit (solar) No Reset
2 09 Tank overheat /
PCB
3 01 Eeprom display error No Reset
3 02 GP GIU communication error No Reset
3 03 PCB internal error No Reset
3 04 More than 5 resets executed in 15 minutes No Reset
3 05 PCB internal error Reset
3 06 / 3 07 PCB card internal error
3 P9 Sched.Maintanace-Call Service Reset
COMMUNICATION WITH PERIPHERALS
4.11 Room Sensor not available Z1
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4.12 Room Sensor not available Z2


4 13 Room Sensor not available Z3 No Reset
IGNITION AND DETECTION
5 01 Flame missing Reset
5 02 Flame detected with gas valve closed No Reset
5 P1 First ignition attempt failed Signalling
5 P2 Second ignition attempt failed Signalling
5 P3 Flame detachment during operation Signalling
AIR INLET / FUME OUTLET
6.07 Pressostat ON Fan OFF
6.08 Pressostat OFF Fan ON
6 P1 Delay pressotat
6 P2 Pressostat open Reset

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9 FIRST STARTING AT WORK

1.Check plug 2. Verify type of gas 3.Verify gas


connection and (make changes by using connectioins.
proper tooling kit if
electric power supply. necessary).
Validated . Validated.
Validated .

4. Measure inlet gas 5. Verify flue exhaust 6.Fill-up heating


pressure at rest. system installation
Validated .
Validated . Validated .

7. Check hydraulic 8.Remove jamming 9. Purge installation by


plug connections and coindition from the pump if use of Purge function
necessary. ( by touching button ESC)
drain plugs. one time during 5 sec.
Validated . Validated .

10. Set power point 11. Adjust heating 12. Verify maximum
for maximum heating . parameters according to and minimum power in
installation features sanitary mode.
Validared. Valid .
Validated . Validated .

14. Perform a record of combustion


13. Check sanitary flow grade (Combustion Analysis
15. Measure ionization
rate at the water draw function) by touching RESET current at rated power
off taps button during 5 sec sur touche
RESET).
Validated.
Validated . Validated .

16. Explain to user


functional procedures
to follow

Validated .

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10 PERIODICAL CHECKS

Plate-type heat exchanger for sanitary system

When : every year

Commentary : by mesuring DT at different sanitary flow rates.

By pass & 3-way Valve

When : every year

Commentary : Visual aspect / Property

Heating filtre

When : every year

Commentary : Visual aspect / Property

Expansion vessel

When : every year

Commentary : Inflating pressure at 1 bar

Control assembly for sanitary water flowmeter

When : every year

Commentary : start-up flow rate / Visual aspect / Property

Ignition electrode & Ionization sensor

When : every year

Commentary : Visual aspect / Property/ Distance to burner / ionization


Current > 1 A

Burner and supply tank

When : every year

Commentary : Visual aspect / Property / Flame outline

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Air Pressure Switch


When : each year

How : Visual aspect / Property of tube and the recovery /


measurement of DP as a function of the values specificed in
Training Handbook.

Extractor

When : every year

Commentary : Visual Aspect / Property - turbine

Exchanger

When : every year

Commentary : Visual Aspect / Property

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11 Donnes techniques URBIA


11.1 PIGMA CF

Modle PIGMA 25 CF 30 CF
Certification CE (pin) 1312BR4794 1312BR4923
Type chaudire B11bs B11bs

Nominal heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hi) kW 25,8/11 29,5/13


Nominal heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hs) kW 28,7/12,2 32,8/14,4
Sanitary heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hi) kW 27,0/11,0 30,5/13
Sanitary heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hs) kW 30,0/12,2 33,9/14,4
Thermal power max/min (60/80C) kW 23,7/9,9 26,7/11,2
Combustion efficiency (of flue gas) % 93 92,3
Efficiency at the nominal heat input (60/80C) Hi/Hs % 91,9/82,8 90,6/81,6
Efficiency at 30% 30C Hi/Hs % 91,2/82,1 89,7/80,8
Efficiency at the minimal heat input (60/80C) Hi/Hs % 90,2/81,2 86,5/77,9
Efficiency rating (dir. 92/42/EEC) n 2 2
Maximum heat loss to casing (T=50C) % 0,6 0,6
Heat loss to flue with burner in function % 7,0 7,7
Pertes fumes brleur larrt % 0,4 0,4

Depression minimale Pa 3 3
Flue gas temperature (G20) (80C-60C) C 118 133
CO2 content (G20) (80C-60C) % 5,8 6,2
CO content (0%O2) (80C-60C) ppm 53 41
O2 content (G20) (80C-60C) % 10,1 9,3
NoX class (Less than 70 mg/kWh) n 3 3
Excess air (80C-60C) % 93 80

Pression minimal de fonctionnement bar 0,4 0,4


Heating maximum pressure bar 3 3
Expansion vessel capacity litres 6,5 7
Expansion vessel pre-load bar 1 1
Heating temperature max/min (high temp. range) C 82/35 82/35

Sanitary temperature max/min C 60/36 60/36


Sanitary specific flow (10 min. with T=30C) Litres/min 12,2
Quantity of hot water T=25C Litres/min 14,2 15,8
Quantity of hot water T=35C Litres/min 10,2 11,3
Confort performance stars (EN13203) n 3 3
Minimum hot water flow Litres/min 1,6 1,6
Sanitary pressure max/min bar 7/0,2 7/0,2

Supply voltage frequency V/Hz 230/50 230/50


Total electrical power absorbed W 79 90
Electrical system protection IP X4D X4D
Temprature ambiante minimum de lhabitation C 5 5

Weight kg 30 30
Dimensions (L x H x P) cm 440x745x388

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11.1 PIGMA FF

Modle URBIA 25 FF 30 FF 35 FF
1312BR47 1312BR47 1312BR49
Certification CE (pin) 93 93 24
Type chaudire C12- C32- C42- C52- C62- B22- B32

Nominal heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hi) kW 25,8/11 30/13 34,5/15


Nominal heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hs) kW 28,7/12,2 33,3/14,4 38,3/16,7
Sanitary heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hi) kW 27/11 31,3/13 36/15
Sanitary heat input max/min (60/80C) (Hs) kW 30/12,2 34,8/14,4 40/16,7
Thermal power max/min (60/80C) kW 24,2/9,8 28,1/11,6 32,3/14
Combustion efficiency (of flue gas) % 94,5 93,9 93,9
Efficiency at the nominal heat input (60/80C) Hi/Hs % 93,8/84,5 93,6/84,3 93,6/84,3
Efficiency at 30% 30C Hi/Hs % 93,6/84,3 93,2/83,9 92,6/83,4
Efficiency at the minimal heat input (60/80C) Hi/Hs % 89,2/80,3 89,3/80,3 93,3/84
Efficiency rating (dir. 92/42/EEC) n 3 3 3
Maximum heat loss to casing (T=50C) % 0,7 0,3 0,3
Heat loss to flue with burner in function % 5,5 6,1 6,1
Pertes fumes brleur larrt % 0,4 0,4 0,4

Depression minimale mbar 1,0 1,04 0,96


Flue gas temperature (G20) (80C-60C) C 105 114 116
CO2 content (G20) (80C-60C) % 6,5 6,4 6,6
CO content (0%O2) (80C-60C) ppm 50 92 97
O2 content (G20) (80C-60C) % 8,8 8,9 8,6
NoX class (Less than 70 mg/kWh) n 3 3 3
Excess air (80C-60C) % 72 74 69

Pression minimal de fonctionnement bar 0,4 0,4 0,4


Heating maximum pressure bar 3 3 3
Expansion vessel capacity litres 7 7 7
Expansion vessel pre-load bar 1 1 1
Heating temperature max/min (high temp. range) C 82/35 82/35 82/35

Sanitary temperature max/min C 60/36 60/36 60/36


Sanitary specific flow (10 min. with T=30C) Litres/min

Quantity of hot water T=25C Litres/min 14,5 16,8 19,3


Quantity of hot water T=35C Litres/min 10,4 12 13,8
Confort performance stars (EN13203) n 3 3 3
Minimum hot water flow Litres/min 1,7 1,7 1,7
Sanitary pressure max/min bar 7/0,2 7/0,2 7/0,2

Supply voltage frequency V/Hz 230/50 230/50 230/50


Total electrical power absorbed W 112 129 152
Electrical system protection IP X5D X5D X5D
Temprature ambiante minimum de lhabitation C 5 5 5

Weight kg
Dimensions (L x H x P) cm 440x745x388

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