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GRUNDFOS DATA BOOKLET

TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D,


TPE3, TPE3 D
In-line circulator pumps
50 Hz
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D

1. Pump data 5
Table of contents

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Identification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

2. Performance range 8
Performance range, TPE2, TPE3, PN 6, 10, 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Performance range, TPE2 D, TPE3 D, twin-head operation, PN 6, 10, 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Performance range, 2-pole, PN 6, 10, 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Performance range, 2-pole, PN 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Performance range, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Performance range, 4-pole, PN 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Performance range, 6-pole, PN 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

3. Product range 14
Product range, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Product range, 6-pole, PN 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

4. Operating conditions 20
Ambient temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Installation altitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

5. Pumped liquids 22
Pumped liquids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Liquid temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
List of pumped liquids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Recommended shaft seal for water-glycol mixture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

6. TP Series 100 and 200 pumps 26

7. TP Series 300 pumps 28

8. TPE Series 1000 pumps 31

9. TPE Series 2000 pumps 34

10. TPE2 38

11. TPE3 42

12. Overview of functions 46

13. User interfaces for TPE pumps 52


Control panel for TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Control panel for TPE Series 1000 pumps, 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Control panel for TPE Series 2000 pumps, 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Advanced control panel for TPE3 and TPE Series 2000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole . . . 57
Grundfos GO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Description of selected functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Priority of settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Grundfos Eye . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Indicator lights and signal relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101

14. Factory settings of E-pumps 104

15. Communication 105


Communication with TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D, TPE, TPED pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

16. Speed regulation of TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D pumps 106
Affinity equations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106

17. Control of pumps in parallel 107

18. Grundfos CUE 109


TP pumps connected to Grundfos CUE, external frequency converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

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Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Electrical data, mains-operated motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Electrical data, speed-controlled motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113

20. Installation 115


Mechanical installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122

21. MGE motors 123


Motors for TPE, TPE2 and TPE3 pumps fitted with 2-pole motors from 0.12 - 11 kW and 4-pole motors from 0.12 - 7.5
kW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
MGE motors, 11 to 18.5 kW, 4-pole, and 15 to 22 kW, 2-pole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Identification of functional module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133

22. Electromagnetic compatibility, EMC 134


Electromagnetic compatibility and proper installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134

23. Flanges for TP pumps 136


Flange dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136

24. Curve charts 137


How to read the curve charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Curve conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138

25. Performance curves and technical data 140


TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D, PN 6, 10, 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, 2-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, 6-pole, PN 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216

26. Weights and shipping volume 220


TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D, PN 6, 10, 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, 2-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 221
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 223
TP, TPD, 6-pole, PN 6, 10, 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225

27. Minimum efficiency index 226


TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, 2-pole, PN 6, 10, 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228
TP, TPD, 6-pole, PN 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230
TP, PN 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230

28. Accessories 231


Unions and valves, TP Series 100. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231
Counterflanges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 232
Base plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235
Blanking flanges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 238
Insulating kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242
Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 243
External Grundfos sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247
MP 204, advanced motor protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248
Control MP 204 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248
Potentiometer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249
Grundfos GO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249
CIU communication interface units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250
CIM communication interface modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250
EMC filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251

29. Minimum inlet pressure - NPSH 252


TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253
TP, TPE, TPD, TPED, 2-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254
TP, TPE, TPD, TPED, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255
TP, TPD, 6-pole, PN 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 256

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30. Key application data 257


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Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257

31. Grundfos Product Center 259

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1. Pump data

Pump data
Introduction TPE, TPE2 and TPE3 speed-controlled
TP pumps are designed for applications such as:
pumps
• district heating systems We offer the following speed-controlled pumps which
are based on the construction and choice of material of
• heating systems
the TP pumps:
• air-conditioning systems
• TPE Series 1000 pumps
• district cooling systems without factory-fitted differential-pressure sensor.
• water supply • TPE Series 2000 pumps
• industrial processes with factory-fitted differential-pressure sensor.
• industrial cooling. • TPE2 pumps
The pumps are available with either mains-operated without built-in differential-pressure sensor and
motors (TP and TPD) or electronically speed- temperature sensor.
controlled motors (TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, • TPE3 pumps
TPE3 D). with built-in differential-pressure sensor and
The pumps are all single-stage, in-line centrifugal temperature sensor.
pumps with mechanical shaft seal. The pumps are of All pumps with 2-pole motors up to 11 kW and 4-pole
the close-coupled type, that is the pump and the motor motors up to 7.5 kW are fitted with Grundfos
are separate units. permanent-magnet MGE motors that have motor
efficiency class IE5 according to IEC 60034-30-2.
TP, mains-operated pumps
TPE Series 1000 pumps
The TP range is divided into three groups based on
their construction: TP Series 100, 200 and 300. The motors have a built-in frequency converter.
Via an external signal from a sensor or a controller, the
TP Series 100 with union or flange connection pumps allow for any configuration and control method
Rp 1 (DN 25) to Rp 1 1/4 (DN 32) and motor sizes from required, that is constant pressure, temperature or
0.12 to 0.25 kW. flow.
For further information, see page 26. For further information, see page 31.
TP Series 200 with flange connection TPE Series 2000 pumps
DN 32 to DN 100 and motor sizes from 0.12 to 2.2 kW. The pumps have a factory-fitted differential-pressure
For further information, see page 26. sensor.
TP Series 300 with flange connection The pumps are factory-set to proportional-pressure
control.
We offer two versions:
The motors have a built-in frequency converter for
• 16-bar version with DN 32 to DN 350 flanges and continuous adjustment of the pressure to the flow rate.
motor sizes from 0.25 to 315 kW
The range is recognised as a preset solution for quick
• 25-bar version with DN 100 to DN 400 flanges and and safe installation. Pumps fitted with 2-pole motors
motor sizes from 5 to 630 kW. below 15 kW and 4-pole motors below 11 kW have a
For further information, see page 28. colour display for easy and intuitive pump setup and
with full access to all functions.
TM05 8893 2813

Fig. 1 Example of main display on a TPE Series 2000


with advanced control panel

For further information, see page 34.

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TPE2 pumps Why select a TPE pump?


Pump data

The permanent-magnet motors have a built-in A pump with electronic speed control offers these
frequency converter and the hydraulic components benefits:
have been specially designed for optimum efficiency. • energy savings
Via an external signal from a sensor or a controller, the • increased comfort
pumps allow for any configuration and control method • control and monitoring of pump performance
required, that is constant pressure, temperature, flow
• communication with the pump.
or level. For further information, see page 38.
ATEX-approved TP pumps
TPE3 pumps
On request, Grundfos offers TP and TPD pumps with
ATEX-approval.
See section 30. Key application data.
High-efficiency motors, IE3 and IE4
TP pumps are fitted with high-efficiency motors.
The pumps are primarily fitted with motors that meet
the legislative requirements of the EuP IE3 grade.

TM06 0883 1114


The pumps are also available with motors from 2.2 to
132 kW that meet the legislative requirements of the
EuP IE4 grade. For further information, see Motors on
pages 110 to 114.
Fig. 2 Example of status display for TPE3 pumps Energy-optimised pumps
The pumps have a built-in differential-pressure sensor TP pumps are energy-optimised and comply with the
and temperature sensor. EuP Directive (Commission Regulation (EC) No 547/
The pumps are factory-set to AUTOADAPT control. 2012) in which most pumps are classified or graduated
in an energy efficiency index, MEI. See also page 226.
The permanent-magnet motors of the pumps have a
built-in frequency converter for continuous adjustment
of the pressure to the flow rate. The hydraulic
components have been specially designed for optimum
efficiency.
The range is recognised as a preset solution for quick
and safe installation. The pumps have a colour display
for easy and intuitive pump setup and with full access
to all functions. The pumps incorporate the following
advanced functions:
• AUTOADAPT
• FLOWADAPT
• automatic night setback
• FLOWLIMIT
• heat energy monitor
• flow rate estimation
• proportional pressure
• constant pressure
• constant differential temperature control
• constant temperature control.
For further information, see page 42.

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Identification

Pump data
Type key for TP, TPD, TPE, TPED

Code Example TP E D 65 -120 /2 -S -A -F -A -BQBE


Pump range
Electronically speed-controlled pump, Series 1000, 2000
Twin-head pump
Nominal diameter of inlet and outlet ports, DN
Maximum head [dm]
Pole number
S TPE Series 2000 with factory-fitted differential-pressure sensor
Code for pump version. The codes may be combined:
A Basic version
A3 PN 25 flange
B Oversize motor
E With ATEX approval, certificate or test report, the second character of the code for pump version is an E
I PN 6 flange
X Special version
Code for pipe connection:
F DIN flange
O Union
Code for materials:
A Basic version
I Stainless steel 1.4308 pump housing and motor stool
Z Bronze pump housing and motor stool
B Bronze impeller
S Stainless steel 1.4408 impeller
O Ductile cast-iron pump housing with cast-iron impeller
Y Ductile cast-iron pump housing with bronze impeller
Q Ductile cast-iron pump housing with stainless steel 1.4408 impeller
Code for shaft seal including other plastic and rubber pump parts, except the neck ring

Type key for TPE2, TPE3

Code Example TPE3 D 65 -120 -S -A -F -A -BQBE


Pump range, electronically speed-controlled pump
TPE2 Without built-in sensor
TPE3 Built-in differential-pressure and temperature sensor
Twin-head pump
Nominal diameter of inlet and outlet ports, DN
Maximum head [dm]
S Built-in differential-pressure and temperature sensor
N Without built-in sensor
Code for pump version:
A Basic version
I PN 6 flange
X Special version
Code for pipe connection:
F DIN flange
Code for materials:
A Basic version
I Stainless steel 1.4308 pump housing and motor stool
Code for shaft seal including other plastic and rubber pump parts, except the neck ring

Codes for shaft seal

Code Example B Q B E

Grundfos type designation


A O-ring seal with fixed seal driver
B Rubber bellows seal
D O-ring seal, balanced
G Bellows seal with reduced seal faces
R O-ring seal with reduced seal faces

Material of rotating face


A Carbon, antimony-impregnated
B Carbon, resin-impregnated
Q Silicon carbide

Material of stationary seat


B Carbon, resin-impregnated
Q Silicon carbide
U Tungsten carbide

Material of secondary seal


E EPDM
P NBR rubber
V FKM
F FXM

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2. Performance range
Performance range

Performance range, TPE2, TPE3, PN 6, 10, 16


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[kPa] [m] TP(D), TPE(D) 65-720
PN 6/10/16, 2-pole, 50 Hz 50-900
800 80 65-9
30
50-830
700 50-710
600 60 40-630 80-700
50-63 65
0 -66
32-580 0
500 50 40-430 40-5 50-540 65
80
-57 10
30 - 0 0-4
55 80-5 80
32-460 0 20
400 40 65-460
50-4
30 65
32-380 50
-4 2
-41
0
40-270 0 80-400
10
See page 152 for performance curves.

300 50-290 50
0-

30 32-320
-36 65
39

40- 12
0 -340 80-250
0

360 5-
80-330 36
10

0
0-
36
0

40-30
0 80-
40-230 32-2 65-250 240
50
10

200 20 32-230 40-2 10


0-

40 50 0-
-24
31

0 24
0
0

32-200 65-210 80-


210 10
0- 125-310
50-190 20
15 0
32-180

The hatched area shows the performance range of TPE pumps.


65-170 10
40 80- 0- 100-250
-1 180 16
9 0 0
50-160
32-150
80-140
100 25-90 32-90 40-180
10
Performance range, 2-pole, PN 6, 10, 16

90 50-180 65-180
80 8 40-90
70 40
32-80 32 -1
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D

-1 20 50-120
60 25-80 2 0
6
50 5
65-120 80-120 100-120
40 4
32-50
25-50
40-50
30 3

32
40-60 50-60 65-60

Note: All QH curves apply to single-head pumps. For further information about curve conditions, see page 138.
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0

20 2
1 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 150 200 300 400
Q [m³/h]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Q [l/s]

TM02 7550 4617

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Performance range
2
2 TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D

Performance range, 2-pole, PN 25


Performance range

See page 174 for performance curves.

500
Q [m³/h]

Q [l/s]
400

80 90 100
300

70
60
200

50
150

40
100-1410

100-1200

100-1040

100-950

100-800

100-650

100-530

30
100
80

20
70
60
50
40
PN 25, 2-pole, 50 Hz

9 10
30
TP

8
7
6
20
140

120

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30
[kPa] [m]

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H

1000

900

800

700

600

500

400

300
p

Note: All QH curves apply to single-head pumps. For further information about curve conditions, see page 138.

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p H
[kPa] [m] TP(D), TPE(D)
700 PN 6/10/16, 4-pole, 50 Hz 350-780
600 60 150-660
20 350-650
0-6
500 50 150-520 20
60
0-5 30
90 0-5
150-450 20 50 35
400 40 125-400 200
0-
53 30 0-
53
100-410 -470 0 0-
50 0
200-4 30
0- 0 35
150-39
0 00 0-
30 430 48
300 100-370 12
20
0 0- 35 0
30 80-340 125-300 5-3 20 20 42 0-
4 0 0- -270 0- 0 42
100-330 15 36 41 0
0 -3
40 0 0 35
150 0-

20
80-270 -280 15 20 36

0-
12
0-2 0-
32 0

33
60 30
0

0
100 5-2
50-230
35

-25 30 0-
200 0 15 3
See page 178 for performance curves.

20 20 90
0-3

30

80- 0-2
240 0-
0-

50
20

65-240 15 29
0
29

125 0-2
30

50-190 10
0

-190 150 20 20
0-

100-1 0 -2 -2 0 0-
00 0 24
25

70 0
80-170
0

15 20 30
35

40-140 15 0-
0-1 0-
0-

50-1 65 125-1 20
40 -1 60 15 70 0 22
0
28

65-15 20
0

0 70 80- 10 0-1 0-
150 60 19
32-120
0-
13 0
100 65-1 0 12
10 30 5 -1
40-110 50-120 30 150-155 300-190
50-80

15
80-110
32-100
65-110 10 125-95 0-
13
80
0
0-

The hatched area shows the performance range of TPE pumps.


8 11 20
65- 0 0- 200-160
90 80-90 13
70 0
32-80 40-100
80-70 150-110
100-90
12
60 6 5-
10 200-150
80
150-70
Performance range, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16

0-7
50-90 0
20

50 5
0-
90

40-90 40-60 125-


50-60 65-60 80-60
40 60
4 32-60 200-70
100-60
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D

100-30
30 3 200-50
32-40

20 2

32-30 40-30 50-30 65-30 80-30

Note: All QH curves apply to single-head pumps. For further information about curve conditions, see page 138.
10 1
2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 150 200 300 400 600 1000 1500 2000
Q [m³/h]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 200 300 Q [l/s]

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Performance range
2
Performance range
2

12
p H
[kPa] [m] TP
800 80 PN 25, 4-pole, 50 Hz
700 70

600 350-780 40
60 150-660
0-7
60
200 400
-66
0 -72
0
500 50 150-520 200-590
350-650
400-670
30
150-450 20 0-
See page 178 for performance curves.

55
0-
53 0
400 40 20 0 40
0-4 30 35 0-
70 0- 0- 54
50 53 0
100-410 0 0
40
0-
5

35

30
100-370 20 0-
10

0-
125-400 0-4 48
0
43
00
300 30 200-410 0
35

20
100-330 30
0-

0-
Performance range, 4-pole, PN 25

20
42

36
12
0-4
0

0-

0
5- 150-390 32
20

34
0 0
400-470
35
0-

12 20
36

0-2
1
0

5-3
100-250 00 50- 70
28
0 30
30

15
0-

0-2 0-2
60 200-290 90
39

200
0

20 15
35

0-
25
0-3

100-200 0
20

15
0-
22
125-230 0 30
0-
200-240 25
0
15
150-
100-140
200
30

125-190
0-
22
0

200-200
350-280

150-160
100 10 125-150

Note: All QH curves apply to single-head pumps. For further information about curve conditions, see page 138.
200-160 300-190
90
150-130
80 8
20 30 40 50 60 80 100 150 200 300 400 500 600 800 1000 1500 2000 3000 5000
Q [m³/h]
6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 200 300 400 500 600 800 Q [l/s]

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TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D
TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D
2
Performance range, 6-pole, PN 16

Performance range
See page 216 for performance curves.



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3. Product range
Product range

Product range, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D


Electronically speed-
Design Shaft seal Pressure stage Materials
controlled motor

Pump
Impeller Voltage [V]
housing

1 x 200-240 V

3 x 380-500 V
Pump type

Stainless steel 1)
TPE2, TPE2 D

TPE3, TPE3 D

EN-GJL-250

Composite
PES-GF30
Cast iron
PN 6/10
BQQE
BQBE

BAQE

DBUE

PN 10

PN 16
P2 P2

PN 6
[kW] [kW]
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 32-80 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 32-120 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 32-150 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 32-180 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 32-200 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 40-80 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 40-120 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 40-150 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 40-180 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 40-200 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 40-240 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 50-60 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 50-80 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 50-120 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 50-150 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 50-180 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 50-200 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 50-240 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 65-60 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 65-80 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 65-120 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 65-150 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 65-180 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 65-200 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 80-40 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 80-120 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 80-150 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 80-180 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D 100-40 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3 TPE3 D100-120 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D 100-150 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D 100-180 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2
1)
Stainless-steel versions are only available as single-head pumps and with a combined PN 6/10/16 flange.

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3
Product range, 2-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25

Product range
Electronically
Pressure Mains-operated
Design Shaft seal Materials speed-controlled
stage motor
motor

Pump housing Impeller Voltage [V] Voltage [V]

1 x 220-230 ΔV/

3 x 220-240 ΔV/

3 x 380-415 ΔV/

1 x 200-240 V

3 x 380-480 V

3 x 380-500 V
660-690 YV 2)
Pump type

EN-GJS-400-18-LT

380-415 YV
Nodular cast iron
TPE Series 1000
TPE Series 2000

Stainless steel
Stainless steel
TP Series 100
TP Series 200
TP Series 300

240 YV
EN-GJL-150

EN-GJL-200

EN-GJL-250

Composite
Cast iron

Cast iron

Cast iron

Cast iron
Bronze 1)

Bronze
BQQE
DQQE
BQBE
BAQE

DAQF

PN 10
PN 16
PN 25
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2

PN 6
[kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW]
TP 25-50/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.12 ● 0.12 0.12
TP 25-80/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.18 ● 0.18 0.18
TP 25-90/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 ● 0.37 0.37
TP 32-50/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.12 ● 0.12 0.12
TP 32-80/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 ● 0.25 0.25
TP 32-90/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 ● 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 32-60/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 32-120/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 32-150/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 32-180/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 32-230/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 32-200/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 32-250/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 32-320/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 32-380/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 32-460/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 32-580/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP 40-50/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.12 0.12 0.12
TP, TPD 40-60/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP 40-80/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25 0.25
TP 40-90/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 40-120/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TP 40-180/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 40-190/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 40-230/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 40-270/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 40-240/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 40-300/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 40-360/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 40-430/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 40-530/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 40-630/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 50-60/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 50-120/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 50-180/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 50-160/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 50-190/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 50-240/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 50-290/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 50-360/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 50-430/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 50-420/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 50-540/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 50-630/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 50-710/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 50-830/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP, TPD 50-900/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0 22.0
TP, TPD 65-60/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 65-120/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 65-180/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 65-170/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 65-210/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 65-250/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 65-340/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 65-410/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 65-460/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 65-550/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0

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Product range

Electronically
Pressure Mains-operated
Design Shaft seal Materials speed-controlled
stage motor
motor

Pump housing Impeller Voltage [V] Voltage [V]

1 x 220-230 ΔV/

3 x 220-240 ΔV/

3 x 380-415 ΔV/

1 x 200-240 V

3 x 380-480 V

3 x 380-500 V
660-690 YV 2)
Pump type

EN-GJS-400-18-LT

380-415 YV
Nodular cast iron
TPE Series 1000
TPE Series 2000

Stainless steel
Stainless steel
TP Series 100
TP Series 200
TP Series 300

240 YV
EN-GJL-150

EN-GJL-200

EN-GJL-250

Composite
Cast iron

Cast iron

Cast iron

Cast iron
Bronze 1)

Bronze
BQQE
DQQE
BQBE
BAQE

DAQF

PN 10
PN 16
PN 25
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2

PN 6
[kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW]
TP, TPD 65-660/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP, TPD 65-720/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0 22.0
TP, TPD 65-930/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0
TP, TPD 80-120/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 80-140/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 80-180/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 80-210/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 80-240/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 80-250/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 80-330/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 80-400/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 80-520/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP, TPD 80-570/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0 22.0
TP, TPD 80-700/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0
TP, TPD 100-120/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 100-160/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 100-200/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 100-240/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 100-250/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 100-310/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 100-360/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP, TPD 100-390/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0 22.0
TP, TPD 100-480/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0
TP 100-530/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 45.0
TP 100-650/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 55.0
TP 100-800/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 75.0
TP 100-950/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 90.0
TP 100-1040/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 110.0
TP 100-1200/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 132.0
TP 100-1410/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 160.0
TP 125-310/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0 22.0
TP 125-360/2 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0

● Standard.
1) Bronze versions are only available as single-head pumps.
2)
2-pole motors above 5.5 kW can be operated at 3 x 660-690 YV. Smaller motor sizes cannot be operated at 3 x 660-690 YV.

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TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D
3
Product range, 4-pole, PN 6, 10, 16, 25

Product range
Electronically
Pressure Mains-operated
Design Shaft seal Materials speed-controlled
stage motor
motor

Pump housing Impeller Voltage [V] Voltage [V]

1 x 220-230 ΔV/

3 x 220-240 ΔV/

3 x 380-415 ΔV/

1 x 200-240 V

3 x 380-480 V

3 x 380-500 V
660-690 YV 2)
Pump type

EN-GJS-400-18-LT

380-415 YV
Nodular cast iron

Nodular cast iron


TPE Series 1000
TPE Series 2000

EN-GJS-400-15
Stainless steel
TP Series 100
TP Series 200
TP Series 300

240 YV
EN-GJL-250
Cast iron

Cast iron
Bronze 1)

Bronze
BQQE

DQQE
BQBE
BAQE

DAQF
DBUE

PN 10
PN 16
PN 25
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2

PN 6
[kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW]
TP, TPD 32-30/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.12 0.12
TP, TPD 32-40/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 32-60/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 32-80/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 32-100/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 32-120/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 40-30/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.12 0.12
TP 40-60/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 40-90/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 40-100/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 40-110/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 40-140/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 50-30/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 50-60/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 50-90/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 50-80/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 50-120/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 50-140/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 50-190/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 50-230/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 65-30/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.25 0.25
TP, TPD 65-60/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 65-90/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 65-110/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 65-130/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 65-150/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 65-170/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 65-240/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 80-30/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.37 0.37
TP, TPD 80-60/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.75 0.75
TP, TPD 80-70/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 80-90/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 80-110/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 80-150/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 80-170/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 80-240/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 80-270/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 80-340/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 100-30/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 0.55 0.55
TP, TPD 100-60/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.1 1.1 1.1
TP, TPD 100-70/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5 1.5 1.5
TP, TPD 100-90/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 100-110/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 100-130/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 100-170/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP 100-140/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 100-200/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 100-250/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 100-330/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 100-370/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP, TPD 100-410/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0
TP 125-60/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2 2.2
TP 125-80/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0 3.0
TP 125-95/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 125-110/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 125-130/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 125-160/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5

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3 TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D
Product range

Electronically
Pressure Mains-operated
Design Shaft seal Materials speed-controlled
stage motor
motor

Pump housing Impeller Voltage [V] Voltage [V]

1 x 220-230 ΔV/

3 x 220-240 ΔV/

3 x 380-415 ΔV/

1 x 200-240 V

3 x 380-480 V

3 x 380-500 V
660-690 YV 2)
Pump type

EN-GJS-400-18-LT

380-415 YV
Nodular cast iron

Nodular cast iron


TPE Series 1000
TPE Series 2000

EN-GJS-400-15
Stainless steel
TP Series 100
TP Series 200
TP Series 300

240 YV
EN-GJL-250
Cast iron

Cast iron
Bronze 1)

Bronze
BQQE

DQQE
BQBE
BAQE

DBUE

DAQF

PN 10
PN 16
PN 25
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2

PN 6
[kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW]
TP 125-150/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 125-190/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 125-230/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 125-300/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP, TPD 125-340/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0
TP, TPD 125-400/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0
TP 150-70/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP 150-110/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP 150-155/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP 150-170/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 150-130/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 150-160/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP, TPD 150-200/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP, TPD 150-220/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP, TPD 150-250/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0
TP 150-260/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP 150-280/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0
TP 150-340/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0
TP 150-390/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 37.0
TP 150-450/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 45.0 45.0
TP 150-520/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 55.0 55.0
TP 150-660/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 75.0 75.0
TP 200-50/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0 4.0
TP 200-70/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5 5.5
TP 200-90/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5 7.5
TP 200-130/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 11.0 11.0 11.0
TP 200-150/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP 200-160/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 15.0 15.0 15.0
TP 200-190/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 18.5 18.5 18.5
TP 200-200/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 22.0 22.0
TP 200-240/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0
TP 200-270/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 45.0
TP 200-290/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 37.0
TP 200-320/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 55.0
TP 200-330/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 37.0
TP 200-360/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 45.0
TP 200-400/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 55.0
TP 200-410/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 75.0
TP 200-470/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 75.0
TP 200-530/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 90.0
TP 200-590/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 110
TP 200-660/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 132
TP 300-190/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 30.0 30.0
TP 300-220/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 37.0
TP 300-250/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 45.0
TP 300-290/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 55.0
TP 300-390/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 75.0
TP 300-420/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 90.0
TP 300-430/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 110.0
TP 300-500/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 132.0
TP 300-550/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 160.0
TP 350-280/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 75.0
TP 350-320/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 90.0
TP 350-360/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 110.0
TP 350-420/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 132.0
TP 350-480/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 160.0
TP 350-530/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 200.0
TP 350-650/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 250.0
TP 350-780/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 315.0

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TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D
3

Product range
Electronically
Pressure Mains-operated
Design Shaft seal Materials speed-controlled
stage motor
motor

Pump housing Impeller Voltage [V] Voltage [V]

1 x 220-230 ΔV/

3 x 220-240 ΔV/

3 x 380-415 ΔV/

1 x 200-240 V

3 x 380-480 V

3 x 380-500 V
660-690 YV 2)
Pump type

EN-GJS-400-18-LT

380-415 YV
Nodular cast iron

Nodular cast iron


TPE Series 1000
TPE Series 2000

EN-GJS-400-15
Stainless steel
TP Series 100
TP Series 200
TP Series 300

240 YV
EN-GJL-250
Cast iron

Cast iron
Bronze 1)

Bronze
BQQE

DQQE
BQBE
BAQE

DBUE

DAQF

PN 10
PN 16
PN 25
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2

PN 6
[kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW]
TP 400-470/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● 315.0
TP 400-510/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● 355.0
TP 400-540/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● 400.0
TP 400-670/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● 500.0
TP 400-720/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● 560.0
TP 400-760/4 ● ● ● ● ● ● 630.0

● Standard.
1)
Bronze versions are only available as single-head pumps.
2) 4-pole motors above 4 kW can be operated at 3 x 660-690 YV. Smaller motor sizes cannot be operated at 3 x 660-690 YV.

Product range, 6-pole, PN 16


Electronically
Pressure Mains-operated
Design Shaft seal Materials speed-controlled
stage motor
motor

Pump housing Impeller Voltage [V] Voltage [V]

1 x 220-230 ΔV/

3 x 220-240 ΔV/

3 x 380-415 ΔV/

1 x 200-240 V

3 x 380-480 V

3 x 380-415 V
Pump type

380-415 YV

660-690 YV
Nodular cast iron

Nodular cast iron


TPE Series 1000
TPE Series 2000

EN-GJS-400-18

EN-GJS-400-15
Stainless steel
TP Series 100
TP Series 200
TP Series 300

240 YV
EN-GJL-250
Cast iron

Cast iron
Bronze 1)

Bronze
BQQE
BQBE
BAQE

DBUE

PN 10
PN 16
PN 25

P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 P2
PN 6

[kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW] [kW]


TP, TPD 125-60/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 1.5
TP, TPD 125-70/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 125-80/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 125-100/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 125-130/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5
TP, TPD 125-160/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 7.5 7.5
TP, TPD 150-60/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 2.2 2.2
TP, TPD 150-70/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 3.0 3.0
TP, TPD 150-90/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 4.0 4.0
TP, TPD 150-110/6 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 5.5 5.5

● Standard.
1)Bronze versions are only available as single-head pumps.

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4. Operating conditions
Operating conditions

System and test pressures The audible noise from TP pumps is primarily noise
from the motor fan. The selection of TPE pumps will
System pressure Test pressure reduce the noise at partial load, as the motor and,
Pressure
[bar] [MPa] [bar] [MPa] consequently, the motor fan runs at a lower speed.
PN 6 6 0.6 10 1.0 Possible flow noise from control valves is also reduced
PN 10 10 1.0 16 1.6 at partial load in the case of the TPE, TPE2, and TPE3
PN 16 16 1.6 24 2.4 pumps.
PN 25 25 2.5 38 3.8

Sound pressure level Ambient temperature


Single-phase: Maximum 70 dB(A). MG IE3 motors:
0.75 - 22 kW motors, 2-pole -20 to +60 °C
Three-phase: See table below. 0.75 - 15 kW motors, 4-pole
Siemens IE3 motors:
Maximum sound pressure level [dB(A)] - ISO 3743
30-90 kW motors, 2-pole -20 to +55 °C
Motor 18.5 - 90 kW motors, 4-pole
Three-phase motors
[kW]
MGE motors:
2-pole 4-pole 6-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole -20 to +50 °C
0.12 - - - 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
0.18 - - - MGE motors:
15-22 kW, 2-pole -20 to +40 °C
0.25 56 41 -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.37 56 45 -
Other motor sizes: -20 to +40 °C
0.55 57 42 -
Storage Down to -30 °C
0.75 53 59.5 -
1.1 53 49.5 -
1.5 58 50 47
2.2 60 51 52
3.0 59.5 53 63
4.0 63 54 63
5.5 62 50 63
7.5 60 51 66
11.0 60 53 -
15.0 60 54 -
18.5 60.5 60 -
22.0 65.5 60 -
30.0 70 62 -
37.0 71 66 -
45.0 67 66 -
55.0 72 67 -
75.0 74 70 -
90.0 73 70 -
110.0 76 70 -
132.0 76 70 -
160.0 76 70 -
200.0 - 70 -
250.0 - 73 -
315.0 - 73 -
355.0 - 75 -
400.0 - 75 -
500.0 - 75 -
560.0 - 78 -
630.0 - 78 -

The values apply only to MG and Siemens motors.


The values have a tolerance of 3 dB according to EN
ISO 4871. The tolerance is not added to the values in
the table.

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Installation altitude In order to maintain the galvanic isolation and ensure

Operating conditions
correct clearance according to EN 60664-1:2007, you
Pump with standard motor must adapt the supply voltage to the altitude:
If the ambient temperature exceeds maximum values
Supply voltage [V]
or if the motor is located more than 1000 m above sea
level, the motor output, P2, must be reduced due to the 500

TM06 9866 3617


480
low density and consequent low cooling effect of the 460
air. In such cases, it may be necessary to use an 440
420
oversize motor with a higher rated output. 400
380
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Altitude [m]
Pos. Description
Siemens IE3 motors: Fig. 5 Supply voltage for three-phase motor in relation to
3 30-90 kW motors, 2-pole altitude
18.5 - 90 kW motors, 4-pole
MG IE3 motors:
Supply voltage [V]
2 0.75 - 22 kW motors, 2-pole
0.75 - 15 kW motors, 4-pole 250
1 Other motor sizes 240

230
P2

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[%] 3 220
100 2 210
90
200
80 1 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Altitude [m]
70 Fig. 6 Supply voltage for single-phase motor in relation
60 to altitude
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50
20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80
Note:
t [°C] Motors installed more than 1000 m above sea level
1000 2250 3500 4750 m must not be fully loaded due to the low density and
Fig. 3 Maximum motor output in relation to ambient consequent low cooling effect of the air.
temperature and altitude If the motor is to operate at ambient temperatures
between 50 and 60 °C, select an oversized motor.
Pump with Grundfos MGE motor Contact Grundfos.
Description
MGE motors:
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Installation altitude is the height above sea level of the


installation site.
Motors installed up to 1000 m above sea level can be
loaded 100 %.
The motors can be installed up to 3500 m above sea
level.

P2 [%]

100

90
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80

70

60
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 Altitude [m]

Fig. 4 Motor output power in relation to altitude

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5. Pumped liquids
Pumped liquids

Pumped liquids Liquid temperature


The pump is suitable for thin, clean, non-aggressive Liquid temperature: -40 to +150 °C.
and non-flammable liquids, not containing solid Please note that shaft seals operating close to their
particles or fibres that may attack the pump maximum temperature will require regular
mechanically or chemically. See List of pumped liquids maintenance or replacement.
on page 23.
Pump type Shaft seal Temperature
Examples
BQBE 0 to +120 °C
• Central heating system water. The water must meet TP Series 100
BQQE -25 to +120 °C
the requirements of accepted standards on water BQBE 0 to +140 °C
quality in heating systems. TP Series 200
BQQE -25 to +120 °C
• cooling liquids. BAQE 0 to +120 °C (140 °C) 1)
TP Series 300, 16-bar version
• domestic hot water. BQQE -25 to +120 °C
• industrial liquids. DQQE -40 to +120 °C
TP Series 300, 25-bar version
DAQF 0 to +150 °C 3)
• softened water.
TP Series 300, DN400 version DBUE 0 to +150 °C 2)
If glycol or another antifreeze agent is added to the
BQBE 0 to +120 °C4)
pumped liquid, the pump must have a shaft seal of the TPE2, TPE3
BQQE -25 to +120 °C
BQQE or DQQE type. See Recommended shaft seal
1)
for water-glycol mixture on page 25. TP Series 300, PN 16 pumps are designed for a maximum
operating temperature of 140 °C. For operation above 120 °C,
The pumping of liquids with density and/or kinematic select an alternative shaft seal. Contact Grundfos.
viscosity higher than that of water will have the 2) At 120 to 150 °C, the maximum operating pressure is less than 23

following effects: bar.


3) For operation above 140 °C, contact Grundfos. At 120 to 150 °C,
• a considerable pressure drop the maximum operating pressure is less than 23 bar.
• a drop in hydraulic performance 4)
140 °C for a short period.
• a rise in power consumption. Depending on the type of cast-iron version and the
In such cases, fit the pump with a bigger motor. If in pump application, the maximum liquid temperature
doubt, contact Grundfos. may be limited by local regulations and laws.
If the water contains mineral or synthetic oils or
chemicals or if other liquids than water are pumped,
chose the O-rings accordingly.

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List of pumped liquids Legend

Pumped liquids
TP and TPD pumps are designed for circulation May contain additives or impurities that may cause shaft seal
A
problems.
systems with constant flow; TPE2, TPE2D, TPE3,
The density and/or viscosity differ from those of water.
TPE3D, TPE and TPED pumps for systems with B
Consider this when calculating motor and pump performance.
variable flow. C The liquid must be oxygen-free (anaerobic).
Thanks to their design, you can use the pumps in a D Risk of crystallisation or precipitation in the shaft seal.
wider liquid temperature range than pumps of the
E Insoluble in water.
canned rotor type.
A number of typical liquids are listed below. F The shaft seal rubber parts must be replaced with FKM rubber.

You can use other pump versions, but we consider the G Bronze housing or impeller required.
ones stated in the list to be the best choices. H
Risk of formation of ice on the standby pump.
The risk only applies to TP, TPE Series 200 pumps.
The list is intended as a general guide only, and it
cannot replace actual testing of the pumped liquids
and pump materials under specific working conditions.
If in doubt, we recommend that you fill in the form
shown on page 257 and contact Grundfos.
Use the list with some caution, as factors such as
concentration of the pumped liquid, liquid temperature
or pressure may affect the chemical resistance of a
specific pump version.

Shaft seal
Additional
Pumped liquids Notes TP Series TP Series TP Series
information TP Series
TPE2, TPE3 TP Series 100 300 300 300
200
PN 16 PN 25 DN 400

Water
BQBE BQBE BQBE DQQE
< 120 °C BQQE
Groundwater BQQE BQQE BQQE DAQF4) DBUE
> 120 °C BQBE DAQF2) + 4) DAQF4)
BQBE BQBE BQBE BAQE DQQE
< 120 °C DBUE
BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DAQF
Boiler-feed water 2)
< 140 °C BQBE DAQF DAQF DBUE
< 150 °C DAUE2) DBUE
BQBE BQBE BQBE BAQE DQQE
District-heating water < 120 °C DBUE
BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DAQF
BQBE BQBE BQBE BAQE DQQE
< 120 °C
Condensate BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DAQF DBUE
> 120 °C BQBE DAQF2) DAQF
BQBE BQBE BQBE BQQE DQQE
< 120 °C
Softened water C BQQE BQQE BQQE BAQE DAQF DBUE
> 120 °C BQBE DAQF2) DAQF
pH > 6.5, 40 °C, BQBE BQBE BQBE
Brackish water G BQQE DQQE DBUE
1000 ppm Cl- BQQE BQQE BQQE
Coolants
< 120 °C BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE
Ethylene glycol B, D, H
< 90 °C DQQE2)
< 120 °C BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE
Glycerine (glycerol) B, D, H
< 90 °C DQQE2)
< 120 °C BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE
Potassium acetate B, D, C, H < 110 °C BQQE
< 90 °C DQQE2)
< 120 °C BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE
Potassium formate B, D, C, H
< 90 °C DQQE2)
< 120 °C BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE
Propylene glycol B, D, H
< 90 °C DQQE2)
Brine sodium chloride B, D, C, H < 5 °C, 30 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
(To be continued)

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Pumped liquids

Shaft seal
Additional
Pumped liquids Notes TP Series TP Series TP Series
information TP Series
TPE2, TPE3 TP Series 100 300 300 300
200
PN 16 PN 25 DN 400

Synthetic oils
BQBE BQBE BQBE BAQE DAQF
Silicone oil B, E DBUE
BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE
Vegetable oils
BUBV2) + 3) BUBV2) BUBV2) BAQV2)
Corn oil B, F, E DAQF DBUV2)
BQQV2) + 3) BQQV2) BQQV2) BQQV2)
BUBV2) + 3) BUBV2) BUBV2) BAQV2)
Olive oil B, F, E < 80 °C DAQF DBUV2)
BQQV2) + 3) BQQV2) BQQV2) BQQV2)
BUBV2) + 3) BUBV2) BUBV2) BAQV2)
Peanut oil B, F, E DAQF DBUV2)
BQQV2) + 3) BQQV2) BQQV2) BQQV2)
BUBV2) + 3) BUBV2) BUBV2) BAQV2)
Rapeseed oil D, B, F, E DAQF DBUV2)
BQQV2) + 3) BQQV2) BQQV2) BQQV2)
BUBV2) + 3) BUBV2) BUBV2) BAQV2)
Soybean oil B, F, E DAQF DBUV2)
BQQV2) + 3) BQQV2) BQQV2) BQQV2)
Cleaning agents
BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE
Soap (salts of fatty acids) A, E, (F) < 80 °C DQQE DQQE2)
(BQQV)2) (BQQV)2) (BQQV)2) (BQQV)2)
BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE
Alkaline degreasing agent A, E, (F) < 80 °C DQQE DQQE2)
(BQQV)2) (BQQV)2) (BQQV)2) (BQQV)2)
Oxidants
BQBE BQBE BQBE DAQF
Hydrogen peroxide < 40 °C, < 2 % BQQE DQQE2)
BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE
Salts
Ammonium bicarbonate A < 20 °C, < 15 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Calcium acetate A, B < 20 °C, < 30 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Potassium bicarbonate A < 20 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Potassium carbonate A < 20 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Potassium permanganate A < 20 °C, < 10 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Potassium sulphate A < 20 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium acetate A < 20 °C, < 100 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium bicarbonate A < 20 °C, < 2 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium carbonate A < 20 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium nitrate A < 0 °C, < 40 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium nitrite A < 20 °C, < 40 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium phosphate (di) A < 100 °C, < 30 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium phosphate (tri) A < 90 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium sulphate A < 20 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium sulphite A < 20 °C, < 1 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Alkalis
Ammonium hydroxide < 100 °C, < 30 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Calcium hydroxide A < 100 °C, < 10 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Potassium hydroxide A < 20 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
Sodium hydroxide A < 40 °C, < 20 % BQQE BQQE BQQE BQQE DQQE DQQE2)
1)
Do not use BAQE for potable water. For potable water, we recommend that you use a BBQE shaft seal.
2)
The shaft seal is not standard, but available on request.
3)
Applies only for TPE2.
4) Do not use for potable water.

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Recommended shaft seal for water-

Pumped liquids
glycol mixture
Glycol content
[%]
50

40

30
BQQE
/DQQE

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20

10
-25-20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

Temperature [°C]

Fig. 7 Operating range of EPDM shaft seals

Glycol content
[%]
50

40

30 BQQV
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20

10
-10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

Temperature [°C]

Fig. 8 Operating range of FKM shaft seals

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6. TP Series 100 and 200 pumps


TP Series 100 and 200 pumps

Materials
TP Series 100

GrB2850 - Gr8261
Fig. 9 TP Series 100 and TP Series 200

Technical data

TM03 1210 2612


Flow rate: Up to 90 m3/h
Head: Up to 27 m
Liquid temperature, TP Series 100: -25 to +120 °C
Liquid temperature, TP Series 200: -25 to +140 °C
Maximum operating pressure: Up to 16 bar Fig. 10 Sectional drawing of TP Series 100 with union
Direction of rotation: Counterclockwise connection

Material specification, Series 100


Construction
Grundfos TP Series 100 and Series 200 pumps are Pos. Component Material EN/DIN
single-stage, close-coupled pumps with in-line inlet EN-JL 1020
Cast iron EN-GJL-150, EN-
and outlet ports of identical diameter. 1 Pump housing
GJL-200, stainless steel
EN-JL 1030
1.4308
The pumps are fitted with a fan-cooled asynchronous
2 Impeller Composite PES/PP 30 % GF
motor. Motor and pump shafts are connected via a
3 Shaft Stainless steel 1.4057
rigid two-part coupling.
4 Coupling Cast iron EN-GJL-400 0.7040
TP Series 100 pumps with union connection are Cast iron EN-GJL-200, EN-JL 1030
5 Pump head
available as single-head, TP, pumps. stainless steel 1.4308
TP Series 200 pumps are available as single-head, TP, Secondary seals EPDM
and twin-head, TPD, pumps. Rotating seal
Silicon carbide
face
TP Series 200 pumps have PN 6 or PN 10 flanges. Carbon (resin-impregnated),
Stationary seat
The pumps are fitted with an unbalanced mechanical silicon carbide
shaft seal.
The pumps are of the top-pull-out design, that is you
can remove the power head (motor, pump head and
impeller) for maintenance or service while the pump
housing remains in the pipes.
The twin-head pumps are designed with two parallel
power heads. A flap valve in the common outlet port is
opened by the flow of the pumped liquid and prevents
backflow of liquid into the idle pump head.
As radial and axial forces are absorbed by the fixed
bearing in the motor drive-end, the pump requires no
bearing.
The pumps are fitted with high-efficiency motors.
Pumps with a bronze or stainless-steel pump housing
are suitable for circulation of domestic hot water.

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TP Series 200 Connections

TP Series 100 and 200 pumps


5 4 TP Series 100 pumps with union connection have inlet
and outlet union threads to ISO 228-1.
3 TP Series 200 pumps up to DN 65 are fitted with
combination flanges PN 6 / PN 10. DN 80 or DN 100
pumps have either PN 6 or PN 10 flanges. You can
connect all flanges to flanges in accordance with EN
2 1092-2 and ISO 7005-2.

TM03 1211 4715


1
Features and benefits
TP Series 100 and Series 200 pumps have these
features and benefits:
Fig. 11 Sectional drawing of TP Series 200 with flange
connection Optimised hydraulics for high efficiency
– Reduced power consumption.
Material specification, Series 200
High-efficiency motors
Pos. Component Material EN/DIN – TP pumps are fitted with high-efficiency motors.
1 Pump housing
Cast iron EN-GJL-250, EN-JL 1040 High-efficiency motors offer reduced energy
bronze CuSn10 2.1093
consumption. TP pumps are primarily fitted with
2 Impeller Stainless steel 1.4301
motors that meet the legislative requirements of
3 Shaft Stainless steel 1.4305
the EuP IE3 grade. For further information, see
4 Coupling Cast iron EN-GJL-400 0.7040
Motors, pages 110 to 114.
Cast iron EN-GJL-250, 0.6025
5 Pump head
bronze 2.1093 Top-pull-out design
Secondary seals EPDM
– Easy dismantling in case of service.
Rotating seal face Silicon carbide
Carbon (resin-impregnated), In-line design
Stationary seat
silicon carbide
– Contrary to end-suction pumps, in-line pumps
allow straight pipes and thus often reduced
Mechanical shaft seal installation costs.
Two types of unbalanced mechanical shaft seal are
Pump housing and pump head are electrocoated to
available as standard:
improve the corrosion resistance
• BQBE
The BQBE shaft seal is a rubber bellows seal with – Electrocoating includes:
silicon carbide/carbon seal faces and secondary 1. Alkaline cleaning.
seals of EPDM. 2. Pretreatment with zinc phosphate coating.
3. Cathodic electrocoating, epoxy.
• BQQE
4. Curing of paint film at 200 to 250 °C.
The BQQE shaft seal is a rubber bellows seal with
For low-temperature applications at a high
silicon carbide/silicon carbide seal faces and
humidity, Grundfos offers TP pumps with extra
secondary seals of EPDM.
surface treatment to avoid corrosion. These
For more information about common pumped liquids pumps are available on request.
with recommended shaft seals, see page 23.
Stainless-steel impeller and neck ring
Shaft seal specification
– Wear-free operation with high efficiency.
TP Series 100 Version KU according to EN 12756
Unbalanced
shaft seal TP, TPD Series
Version NU according to EN 12756
200
Shaft diameter 12 and 16 mm
Rubber bellows EPDM
Silicon carbide/carbon
Seal faces
Silicon carbide/silicon carbide

Special shaft seals are available for partly conditioned


water or other liquids containing abrasive or
crystallising particles. See page 23.

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7. TP Series 300 pumps


TP Series 300 pumps

Construction
Grundfos TP, TPD Series 300 pumps are single-stage,
close-coupled pumps with in-line inlet and outlet ports
of identical diameter.
The pumps are fitted with a fan-cooled asynchronous
motor. Motor and pump shafts are connected via a
rigid sleeve coupling.
Most TP Series 300 pumps are available as single-
head, TP, and twin-head, TPD pumps.

Gr8259
TP Series 300 pumps have PN 16 flanges or PN 25
flanges.
Fig. 12 TP Series 300 The largest pumps have DN 500, PN 40 inlet flanges
and DN 400, PN 40 outlet flanges and a maximum
Technical data operating pressure of 25 bar.
The pumps are fitted with an unbalanced or a balanced
PN 16 version PN 25 version
mechanical shaft seal.
Flow rate [m3/h] Up to 2000 Up to 4500
The pumps are of the top-pull-out design, that is you
Head [m] Up to 93 Up to 140 can remove the power head (motor, pump head and/or
Liquid temperature [°C] -25 to +140 -40 to +150* motor stool and impeller) for maintenance or service
Maximum operating
while the pump housing remains in the pipes.
16 25
pressure [bar] The pump housing is provided with a replaceable wear
Direction of rotation Clockwise ring to ensure high pump efficiency for life.
The twin-head pumps are designed with two parallel
* At 120 to 150 °C, the maximum operating pressure is less than 23
bar. power heads. A non-return flap valve in the common
outlet port is opened by the flow of the pumped liquid
and prevents backflow of liquid into the idle pump
head.
As radial and axial forces are absorbed by the fixed
bearing in the motor drive-end, the pump requires no
bearing.
The impeller is hydraulically balanced to minimise axial
forces.
TP, TPD Series 300 pumps are fitted with high-
efficiency motors.
TP Series 300 pumps with bronze impeller are suitable
for pumping brine.

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Materials TP Series 300, DN 400, PN 25

TP Series 300 pumps


Pos. Component Material EN/DIN
Ductile cast iron
1 Pump housing EN-JS1020
EN-GJS-400-18 (A-LT)
4
Ductile cast iron EN-GJS-400 EN-JS1030
2 Impeller
Bronze CuSn10 2.1093

3 3 Pump shaft Stainless steel 1.4436


4 Coupling Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN-JL1040
5 5 Motor stool Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN-JL1040
2
Secondary seals EPDM rubber
Rotating seal face Resin-impregnated carbon
1
Stationary seat Tungsten carbide

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Mechanical shaft seal
For 16-bar versions, these types of unbalanced
mechanical shaft seals are available as standard:
• BAQE
Fig. 13 Sectional drawing of TP Series 300
The BAQE shaft seal is a rubber bellows seal with
Material specification carbon/silicon carbide seal faces and secondary
seals of EPDM.
TP Series 300, PN 16
• BQQE
Pos. Component Material EN/DIN
The BQQE shaft seal is a rubber bellows seal with
silicon carbide/silicon carbide seal faces and
1 Pump housing Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN-JL 1040
secondary seals of EPDM.
Cast iron EN-GJL-200, EN-JL 1030
2 Impeller For 25-bar versions, these types of balanced
bronze CuSn10 2.1093
Stub shaft Stainless steel 1.4301 mechanical shaft seals are available as standard:
3
Two-part stub shaft Stainless steel/steel 1.4301/1.0301
• DAQF
Pump head/motor
4
stool
Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN-JL 1040 The DAQF shaft seal is a balanced O-ring seal with
Secondary seals EPDM
carbon/silicon carbide seal faces and secondary
Metal-impregnated
seals of FXM.
Rotating seal face carbon • DQQE
Silicon carbide
The DQQE shaft seal is a balanced O-ring seal with
Stationary seat Silicon carbide
silicon carbide/silicon carbide seal faces and
Bronze CuSn10/brass
5 Wear ring
CuZn34Mn3Al2Fe1-C
2.1093 secondary seals of EPDM.
• DBUE
TP Series 300, PN 25 The DBUE shaft seal is a balanced O-ring seal with
carbon/tungsten carbide seal faces and secondary
Pos. Component Material EN/DIN
seals of EPDM.
Ductile cast iron EN-
1 Pump housing EN-JS 1025 For further information about common pumped liquids
GJS-400-18-LT
Cast iron EN-GJL-200, EN-JL 1030 with recommended shaft seals, see page 23.
2 Impeller
bronze CuSn10 2.1093 Special shaft seals are available for partly conditioned
Stub shaft Stainless steel 1.4301 water or other liquids containing abrasive or
3
Two-part stub shaft Stainless steel/steel 1.4301/1.0301
crystallising particles. See page 23.
4 Motor stool Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN-JL 1040
EPDM
Secondary seals
FXM Connections
Metal-impregnated TP Series 300 pumps have PN 16 or PN 25 flanges. All
Rotating seal face carbon
Silicon carbide
dimensions are according to ISO 7005-2 or EN 1092-2.
Stationary seat Silicon carbide
Bronze CuSn10/brass
5 Wear ring 2.1093
CuZn34Mn3Al2Fe1-C

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Features and benefits


TP Series 300 pumps

TP Series 300 pumps have these features and


benefits:
Optimised hydraulics for high efficiency
– Reduced power consumption.
High-efficiency motors
– TP pumps are fitted with high-efficiency motors.
High-efficiency motors offer reduced energy
consumption. TP pumps are primarily fitted with
motors that meet the legislative requirements of
the EuP IE3 grade. TP pumps are also available
with motors from 2.2 to 132 kW that meet the
legislative requirements of the EuP IE4 grade. For
further information, see Motors on pages 110 to
114.
Top-pull-out design
– Easy dismantling in case of service.
In-line design
– Contrary to end-suction pumps, in-line pumps
allow straight pipes and thus often reduced
installation costs.
Motor-pump shaft with sleeve coupling
– Stable and quiet operation.
– Easy dismantling in case of service.
Hydraulically and mechanically balanced impeller
– The impeller is hydraulically and mechanically
balanced to increase the life of motor bearings
and shaft seal.
Surface treatment
TP Series 300 pumps are given the following surface
treatment:
Pump type Electrocoating Spray painting
TP Series 300 from DN 32 to
x
DN 350
TP Series 300, DN 400 2x

Electrocoating includes:
1. Alkaline cleaning.
2. Pretreatment with zinc phosphate coating.
3. Cathodic electrocoating, epoxy.
4. Curing of paint film at 200-250 °C.
For low-temperature applications at a high humidity,
Grundfos offers TP pumps with extra surface treatment
to avoid corrosion. These pumps are available on
request.

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8. TPE Series 1000 pumps

TPE Series 1000 pumps


Applications
TPE Series 1000 pumps have integrated speed control
for automatic adaptation of performance to current

TM06 7383 3416 - TM06 7385 3416


conditions.
The energy consumption is thus kept at a minimum.
The pumps can operate at any duty point within the
range between 25 and 100 % speed. In a part of the
duty range, the pumps can operate at speeds up to
110 %.
HH
[m]
[m]
Fig. 14 TPE Series 1000 100 % (110 %)

Technical data
Flow rate: Up to 340 m3/h
Head: Up to 90 m

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Liquid temperature: -25 to +140 °C
Maximum operating pressure: 16 bar
25 %
Motor sizes, single-phase: 0.12 to 1.5 kW 0
3
Motor sizes, three-phase: 0.12 to 22 kW 0 QQ[m³/h]
[m h]

Fig. 15 Duty range of TPE Series 1000 pumps


Construction
TPE, TPED Series 1000 pumps are based on TP, TPD The 100 % curve corresponds to the curve of a pump
Series 100, 200 and 300 pumps. with a mains-operated motor.
The main difference between the TP and the TPE Depending on the application, the pumps offer energy
Series 1000 pump range is the motor. The MGE motor savings, increased comfort or improved processing.
of TPE Series 1000 pumps has a built-in frequency The pumps can be fitted with sensor types meeting the
converter for continuous adjustment of the pressure to requirements mentioned in section 28. Accessories.
the flow rate. All pumps with 2-pole motors up to 11 kW
and 4-pole motors up to 7.5 kW are fitted with
Grundfos permanent-magnet MGE motors that have
motor efficiency class IE5 according to IEC 60034-30-
2.
The pumps are suitable for applications where the
pressure, temperature, flow rate or another parameter
is to be controlled on the basis of signals from a sensor
at some point in the system.
Note: The pumps are not fitted with a sensor from
factory.
For further information on construction and materials
of the pumps, see pages 26 to 30.

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The charts below show possible control modes of the pumps in different applications.
TPE Series 1000 pumps

System application Select this control mode Pump type


In systems with relatively large pressure losses in the distribution pipes and in air- Constant differential pressure with
conditioning and cooling systems. differential-pressure sensor located
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following: in the system
– very long distribution pipes
– strongly throttled pipe balancing valves
– differential-pressure regulators
H
– large pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total
quantity of water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution All
pipe up to the first branching.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with large pressure losses in the primary
circuit.
• Air-conditioning systems with the following:
– heat exchangers (fan coils)
– cooling ceilings Q
– cooling surfaces.
Constant differential pressure
In systems with relatively small pressure losses in the distribution pipes.
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following:
– sized for natural circulation
H
– small pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total
quantity of water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution
pipe up to the first branching, or modified to a high differential temperature All
between flow pipe and return pipe, for example district heating.
• Underfloor heating systems with thermostatic valves.
• One-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves or pipe balancing valves.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with small pressure losses in the primary
circuit. Q
Constant pressure

In pressure boosting systems. All

Constant temperature

All

In systems with a fixed system characteristic.


Examples: Q
• one-pipe heating systems
• boiler shunts Constant differential temperature
• systems with three-way valves
• domestic hot-water circulation.
H

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Q
Constant curve

If an external controller is installed, the pump is able to change from one constant H
curve to another, depending on the value of the external signal.
The pump can also be set to operate according to the maximum or minimum
curve: All
• Use the maximum-curve mode in periods in which a maximum flow is required.
This operating mode is for instance suitable for hot-water priority.
• Use the minimum-curve mode in periods in which a minimum flow is required.

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TPE Series 1000 pumps


System application Select this control mode Pump type

Constant flow rate

H
In systems requiring a constant flow, independently of pressure drop.
Examples:
• chillers for air-conditioning All
• heating surfaces
• cooling surfaces.

Q set Q

Constant level

H
In systems requiring a constant tank level, independently of the flow rate.
Examples: 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
• process water tanks 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
• boiler condensate tanks.

Q
In systems with pumps operating in parallel.
The multipump function enables the control of single-head pumps connected in
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
parallel (two to four pumps) and without the use of external controllers. The "Assist" menu, "Multipump setup"
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
pumps in a multipump system communicate with each other via the wireless
GENIair connection or the wired GENI connection.

TPE, TPED pumps with extended Operating modes of twin-head pumps


performance range The following operating modes are available for twin-
Standard TPE, TPED pumps, 50 Hz, are able to head pumps:
operate in a range above the 100 % curve. See fig. 16. Alternating operation
H
The two pumps run alternately for 24 operating hours.
TPE 50-570/2-S 3 x 400 V, 50 Hz
(m) 110 %
109 % Q = 45.1 m3/h In case of fault in the operating pump, the other pump
starts.
H = 45 m
60 100 % 107 % n = 100 %
105 %
103 %
50
101 % Standby operation
40 100 %
One pump is in constant operation. Every 24 operating
30
hours the standby pump starts and runs for a short
TM04 6324 0110

20 period to prevent it from seizing up. In case of fault in


10 the operating pump, the standby pump starts.
0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Q(m3/h)
In case of sensor fault, the operating pump switches to
maximum operation.
Fig. 16 TPE and TPED pumps with extended
performance range
Control options
The extended range is provided by means of optimised Communication with TPE, TPED Series 1000 pumps is
software which utilises the MGE motor in an optimum possible via a central building management system,
way. The result is that the pump is able to deliver remote control (Grundfos GO) or control panel.
higher head and flow with the same motor size. The purpose of controlling a pump is to monitor and
The curve sheets in the TP data booklet only show the control the pressure, temperature, flow rate and liquid
nominal 100 % QH curve. level of the system.
Grundfos Product Center shows the extended For further information on control options of the
performance range of the pumps. See page 259. pumps, see page 105.

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9. TPE Series 2000 pumps


TPE Series 2000 pumps

Applications
TPE Series 2000 pumps have integrated speed control
for automatic adaptation of performance to current

TM06 7382 3416 - TM06 7384 3416


conditions.
The energy consumption is thus kept at a minimum.
The pumps can operate at any duty point within the
range between 25 and 100 % speed. In a part of the
duty range, the pumps can operate at speeds up to
110 %.
HH
[m]
[m]
Fig. 17 TPE Series 2000
100 % (110 %)
Technical data
Flow rate: Up to 340 m3/h
Head: Up to 90 m
Liquid temperature: -25 to +140 °C

TM01 4916 1099


Maximum operating pressure: 16 bar
Motor sizes (single-phase): 0.12 to 1.5 kW 25 %
Motor sizes (three-phase): 0.12 to 22 kW 0
3
0 QQ[m³/h]
[m h]

Construction Fig. 19 Duty range of TPE Series 2000 pumps


TPE, TPED Series 2000 pumps are based on TP, TPD The 100 % curve corresponds to the curve of a pump
Series 200 and 300 pumps. with a mains-operated motor.
The main differences between the TP and the TPE Depending on the application, the pumps offer energy
Series 2000 pumps are the motor and the factory-fitted savings, increased comfort or improved processing.
differential-pressure sensor.
The pumps are suitable for applications requiring
The MGE motor of TPE Series 2000 pumps has a built- pressure control.
in frequency converter for continuous adjustment of
the pressure to the flow rate. All pumps with 2-pole Proportional pressure
motors up to 11 kW and 4-pole motors up to 7.5 kW The pumps are factory-set to proportional pressure
are fitted with Grundfos permanent-magnet MGE control. We recommend that you use proportional
motors that have motor efficiency class IE5 according pressure control in systems with relatively large
to IEC 60034-30-2. pressure losses, as it is the most economical control
The range is a preset solution for quick and safe mode.
installation. The pumps fitted with 2-pole motors below
15 kW and 4-pole motors below 11 kW have a colour
display for easy and intuitive pump setup and with full
access to all functions.
TM05 8893 2813

Fig. 18 Example of main display on a TPE Series 2000


with advanced control panel

For further information on construction and materials


of the pumps, see pages 26 to 30.

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The charts below show possible control modes of the pumps in different applications.

TPE Series 2000 pumps


System application Select this control mode Pump type
In systems with relatively large pressure losses in the distribution pipes and in air-
conditioning and cooling systems.
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following: Proportional pressure
– very long distribution pipes
– strongly throttled pipe balancing valves H
– differential-pressure regulators
– large pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total
Hset
quantity of water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution All
pipe up to the first branching.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with large pressure losses in the primary Hset
circuit. 2
• Air-conditioning systems with the following:
– heat exchangers (fan coils) Q
– cooling ceilings
– cooling surfaces.
In systems with relatively large pressure losses in the distribution pipes and in air-
conditioning and cooling systems. Constant differential pressure with
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following: differential-pressure sensor located
– very long distribution pipes in the system
– strongly throttled pipe balancing valves
– differential-pressure regulators
H
– large pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
quantity of water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
pipe up to the first branching.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with large pressure losses in the primary
circuit.
• Air-conditioning systems with the following:
– heat exchangers (fan coils)
– cooling ceilings Q
– cooling surfaces.

In systems with relatively small pressure losses in the distribution pipes. Constant differential pressure
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following: H
– sized for natural circulation
– small pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total
quantity of water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution
pipe up to the first branching or modified to a high differential temperature All
between flow pipe and return pipe, for example district heating.
• Underfloor heating systems with thermostatic valves.
• One-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves or pipe balancing valves.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with small pressure losses in the primary
circuit. Q
Constant pressure

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


In pressure boosting systems.
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Q
Constant temperature

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

In systems with a fixed system characteristic.


Examples: Q
• one-pipe heating systems
• boiler shunts Constant differential temperature
• systems with three-way valves
• domestic hot-water circulation.
H

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

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TPE Series 2000 pumps

System application Select this control mode Pump type

Constant curve

H
If an external controller is installed, the pump is able to change from one constant
curve to another, depending on the value of the external signal.
The pump can also be set to operate according to the maximum or minimum curve:
All
• Use the maximum curve mode in periods in which a maximum flow is required.
This operating mode is for instance suitable for hot-water priority.
• Use the minimum curve mode in periods in which a minimum flow is required.

Q
Constant flow rate

H
In systems requiring a constant flow, independently of pressure drop.
Examples:
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
• chillers for air-conditioning
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
• heating surfaces
• cooling surfaces.

Q set Q

Constant level

H
In systems requiring a constant tank level, independently of the flow rate.
Examples: 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
• process water tanks 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
• boiler condensate tanks.

Q
In systems with pumps operating in parallel.
The multipump function enables the control of single-head pumps connected in
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
parallel (two to four pumps) without the use of external controllers. The pumps in a "Assist" menu, "Multipump setup"
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
multipump system communicate with each other via the wireless GENIair
connection or the wired GENI connection.

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TPE, TPED pumps with extended

TPE Series 2000 pumps


performance range
Standard TPE, TPED pumps, 50 Hz, are able to
operate in a range above the 100 % curve. See fig. 20.

H TPE 50-570/2-S 3 x 400 V, 50 Hz


(m) 110 %
Q = 45.1 m3/h
109 %
H = 45 m
60 100 % 107 % n = 100 %
105 %
103 %
50
101 %
40 100 %

TM04 6324 0110


30

20

10

0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Q(m3/h)

Fig. 20 TPE and TPED pumps with extended


performance range

The extended range is provided by means of optimised


software which uses the MGE motor in an optimum
way. The result is that the pump is able to deliver
higher head and flow with the same motor size.
The curve sheets in the TP data booklet only show the
nominal 100 % QH curve.
Grundfos Product Center shows the extended
performance range of the pumps. See page 259.

Operating modes of twin-head pumps


The following operating modes are available for twin-
head pumps:
Alternating operation
The two pumps run alternately for 24 operating hours.
In case of fault in the operating pump, the other pump
starts.
Standby operation
One pump is in constant operation. Every 24 operating
hours the standby pump starts and runs for a short
period to prevent it from seizing up. In case of fault in
the operating pump, the standby pump starts.
In case of sensor fault, the operating pump switches to
maximum operation.

Control options
Communication with the pumps is possible via a
central building management system, remote control
(Grundfos GO) or control panel.
The purpose of controlling the pumps is to monitor and
control the pressure, temperature, flow rate and liquid
level of the system.
For further information on control options of the
pumps, see page 105.

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10. TPE2
TPE2

Materials

TM06 7378 3416 - TM06 7379 3416

TM05 8200 2113


Fig. 21 TPE2 and TPE2 D pumps

Technical data
Flow rate: Up to 120 m3/h
Head: Up to 25 m Fig. 22 Sectional drawing of a TPE2 pump
Liquid temperature: -25 to +120 °C (140 °C
for a short period) Material specification
Maximum operating pressure: 16 bar Pos. Component Material EN/DIN
Motor sizes, single-phase: 0.25 to 1.5 kW Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN1561
1 Pump housing
Motor sizes, three-phase: 0.25 to 2.2 kW Stainless steel EN 1.4308
2 Impeller Composite PES-GF30
Construction 3 Neck ring Stainless steel EN 1.4404
Via an external signal from a sensor or a controller, the Pump head/motor Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN1561
4
stool Stainless steel EN 1.4308
pumps allow for any configuration and control method
Secondary seals EPDM
required, that is constant pressure, temperature, flow
Rotating seal face Silicon carbide
or level.
Carbon (resin-
The permanent-magnet motor has a built-in frequency Stationary seat impregnated)
converter for continuous adjustment of the pressure to Silicon carbide
the flow rate. All pumps are fitted with Grundfos 5 Stub shaft Stainless steel EN 1.4404
permanent-magnet MGE motors that have motor
efficiency class IE5 according to IEC 60034-30-2.
The range is a preset solution for quick and safe
installation.
The pumps are available as single-head, TPE2, and
twin-head, TPE2 D, pumps.
The pumps have PN 6, PN 10 or PN 16 flanges.
The pumps are fitted with an unbalanced mechanical
shaft seal.
The power head (motor, pump head and impeller) and
pump housing are held together by a specially
designed clamp. The clamp allows for fast
repositioning of the pump housing and fast service of
the pump.
The twin-head pumps are designed with two parallel
power heads. A flap valve in the common outlet port is
opened by the flow of the pumped liquid and prevents
backflow of liquid into the idle pump head.
As radial and axial forces are absorbed by the fixed
bearing in the motor drive-end, the pump requires no
bearing.
Pumps with stainless-steel pump housing, version I,
are suitable for circulation of domestic hot water.

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Applications

TPE2
The pumps have integrated speed control for Depending on the application, the pumps offer energy
automatic adaptation of performance to current savings, increased comfort or improved processing.
conditions. The pumps can be fitted with sensor types meeting the
The energy consumption is thus kept at a minimum. requirements mentioned in section 28. Accessories.
The pumps can operate at any duty point within the Constant curve
range between minimum and maximum speed.
The pumps are factory-set to constant-curve control
HH mode.
[m]
[m]

Maximum speed

TM01 4916 1099


Minimum speed

0
3
0 QQ[m³/h]
[m h]

Fig. 23 Duty range of TPE2

System application Select this control mode Pump type

Constant differential-pressure with


In systems with relatively large pressure losses in the distribution pipes and in air-conditioning
differential pressure sensor located
and cooling systems.
in the system
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following:
• very long distribution pipes H
• strongly throttled pipe balancing valves
• differential-pressure regulators
• large pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total quantity of water All
flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution pipe up to the first branching
• primary circuit pumps in systems with large pressure losses in the primary circuit
• air-conditioning systems with the following:
– heat exchangers (fan coils)
– cooling ceilings
– cooling surfaces. Q
Constant differential pressure
In systems with relatively small pressure losses in the distribution pipes.
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following: H
– sized for natural circulation
– small pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total quantity of
water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution pipe up to the first
All
branching, or modified to a high differential temperature between flow pipe and return
pipe, for example district heating.
• Underfloor heating systems with thermostatic valves.
• One-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves or pipe balancing valves.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with small pressure losses in the primary circuit.
Q
Constant pressure

In pressure boosting systems. All

Q
Constant temperature and constant
differential temperature

In systems with a fixed system characteristic. H


Examples:
• one-pipe heating systems
All
• boiler shunts
• systems with three-way valves
• domestic hot-water circulation.

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TPE2

System application Select this control mode Pump type

Constant curve
If an external controller is installed, the pump is able to change from one constant curve to
another, depending on the value of the external signal. H
The pump can also be set to operate according to the maximum or minimum curve, like an
uncontrolled pump:
• Use the maximum curve mode in periods in which a maximum flow is required. All
This operating mode is for instance suitable for hot-water priority.
• Use the minimum curve mode in periods in which a minimum flow is required.
This operating mode is for instance suitable for manual night setback instead of automatic
night setback.
Q
Constant flow rate

H
In systems requiring a constant flow, independently of pressure drop.
Examples:
• chillers for air-conditioning All
• heating surfaces
• cooling surfaces.

Q set Q

Constant level

H
In systems requiring a constant tank level, independently of the flow rate.
Examples:
All
• process water tanks
• boiler condensate tanks.

Q
In systems with pumps operating in parallel.
The multipump function enables the control of single-head pumps connected in parallel (two to
"Assist" menu
four pumps) and twin-head pumps without the use of external controllers. The pumps in a All
"Multipump setup"
multipump system communicate with each other via the wireless GENIair connection or the
wired GENI connection.

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Multipump system Backup operation

TPE2
The multipump function enables the control of single- Backup operation is possible with two pumps of same
head pumps connected in parallel or twin-head pumps size and type connected in parallel. Each pump
without the use of external controllers. The pumps in a requires a non-return valve in series with the pump.
multipump system communicate with each other via One pump is operating continuously. The backup
the wireless GENIair connection or the wired GENI pump is operated for a short time each day to prevent
connection. seizing up. If the duty pump stops due to a fault, the
You set a multipump system via a selected pump, that backup pump starts automatically.
is the master pump which is the first selected pump. Pump system:
If you configure two pumps in the system with an • Twin-head pump.
outlet-pressure sensor, both pumps can function as • Two single-head pumps connected in parallel.
master pumps and take over the master pump function The pumps must be of the same type and size.
if the other fails. This provides additional redundancy Each pump requires a non-return valve in series
in the multipump system. with the pump.
You can connect all Grundfos pumps with a wireless
Cascade operation
GENIair connection to the multipump system.
Cascade operation ensures that the pump
The multipump functions are described in the following
performance is automatically adapted to the
sections.
consumption by switching pumps on or off. The system
Alternating operation thus runs as energy-efficiently as possible with a
Alternating operation functions as a duty-standby constant pressure and a limited number of pumps.
operating mode and is possible with two pumps of When a twin-head pump is running in constant-
same size and type connected in parallel. The main pressure control mode, the second pump head starts
purpose of the function is to ensure an even amount of at 90 % and stops at 50 % performance.
running hours and to ensure that the standby pump All pumps in operation will run at equal speed. Pump
takes over if the running pump stops due to an alarm. changeover is automatic and depends on energy,
Each pump requires a non-return valve in series with operating hours and fault.
the pump. Pump system:
You can choose between two alternating operation • Twin-head pump.
modes:
• Two to four single-head pumps connected in
• Alternating operation, time parallel. The pumps must be of the same type and
Pump changeover to the other is based on time. size. Each pump requires a non-return valve in
• Alternating operation, energy series with the pump.
Pump changeover to the other is based on energy Set the control mode to "Const. pressure" or "Const.
consumption. curve".
If the duty pump fails, the other pump takes over
automatically. Control options
Only one pump is operating at a time. The change
from one pump to the other depends on time or Communication with the pumps is possible via a
energy. If a pump fails, the other pump takes over central building management system, Grundfos GO or
automatically. control panel.
Pump system: The purpose of controlling TPE2 pumps is to monitor
and control the pressure, temperature, flow rate and
• Twin-head pump.
liquid level of the system.
• Two single-head pumps connected in parallel.
For further information on control options of TPE2
The pumps must be of the same type and size.
pumps, see page 105.
Each pump requires a non-return valve in series
with the pump.

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11. TPE3
TPE3

The power head (motor, pump head and impeller) and


pump housing are held together by a specially

TM06 7380 3416 - TM06 7381 3416


designed clamp. The clamp allows for fast
repositioning of the pump housing and fast service of
the pump.
The twin-head pumps are designed with two parallel
power heads. A flap valve in the common outlet port is
opened by the flow of the pumped liquid and prevents
backflow of liquid into the idle pump head.
As radial and axial forces are absorbed by the fixed
bearing in the motor drive-end, the pump requires no
Fig. 24 TPE3 and TPE3 D pumps bearing.
Pumps with stainless-steel pump housing, version I,
Technical data
are suitable for circulation of domestic hot water.
Flow rate: Up to 120 m3/h
Head: Up to 25 m Materials
Liquid temperature: -25 to +120 °C (140 °C
for a short period)
Maximum operating pressure: 16 bar
Motor sizes, single-phase: 0.25 to 1.5 kW
Motor sizes, three-phase: 0.25 to 2.2 kW

Construction
The pumps have built-in differential-pressure and
temperature sensor.
The permanent-magnet motor has a built-in frequency

TM05 8200 2113


converter for continuous adjustment of the pressure to
the flow rate. All pumps are fitted with Grundfos
permanent-magnet MGE motors that have motor
efficiency class IE5 according to IEC 60034-30-2.
The range is a preset solution for quick and safe Fig. 26 Sectional drawing of a TPE3 pump
installation.
Material specification
The pump has a colour display for easy and intuitive
pump setup and with full access to all functions. Pos. Component Material EN/DIN
Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN1561
1 Pump housing
Stainless steel EN 1.4308
2 Impeller Composite PES-GF30
3 Neck ring Stainless steel EN 1.4404
Pump head/motor Cast iron EN-GJL-250 EN1561
4
stool Stainless steel EN 1.4308
Secondary seals EPDM
Rotating seal face Silicon carbide
TM06 0883 1114

Carbon (resin-
Stationary seat impregnated)
Silicon carbide
5 Stub shaft Stainless steel EN 1.4404

Fig. 25 Example of status display for TPE3 pumps

The pumps are available as single-head, TPE3, and


twin-head, TPE3 D, pumps.
The pumps have PN 6, PN 10 or PN 16 flanges.
The pumps are fitted with an unbalanced mechanical
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Applications

TPE3
The pumps have integrated speed control for Depending on the application, the pumps offer energy
automatic adaptation of performance to current savings, increased comfort or improved processing.
conditions. The pumps are suitable for applications requiring
The energy consumption is thus kept at a minimum. pressure control.
The pumps can operate at any duty point within the AUTOADAPT
range between minimum and maximum speed.
TPE3 pumps are factory-set to AUTOADAPT which
H
H continuously adapts the pump performance according
[m]
[m] to the actual system characteristic.

Maximum speed

TM01 4916 1099


Minimum speed

0
Q [m3h]
0 Q [m³/h]
Fig. 27 Duty range of TPE3

System application Select this control mode Pump type


"AUTOADAPT"

Recommended for most heating systems, especially in systems with relatively large H
pressure losses in the distribution pipes. See description under proportional pressure.
In replacement situations where the proportional-pressure duty point is unknown.
The duty point has to be within the "AUTOADAPT" operating range. During operation, the All
pump automatically makes the necessary adjustment to the actual system characteristics.
This setting ensures minimum energy consumption and low noise level from the valves,
and therefore reduces operating costs and increases comfort.

Q
The FLOWADAPT control mode is a combination of AUTOADAPT and FLOWLIMIT.
This control mode is suitable for systems where a maximum flow limit, FLOWLIMIT, is
desired. The pump continuously monitors and adjusts the flow, thus ensuring that the
FLOWADAPT
selected FLOW LIMIT is not exceeded.
Main pumps in boiler applications where a steady flow through the boiler is required. No
extra energy is used for pumping too much liquid into the system. H
In systems with mixing loops, the control mode can control the flow in each loop.
Benefits:
• Enough water for all loops at peak load conditions if each loop has been set to the right All
maximum flow.
• The dimensioned flow for each zone, required heat energy, is determined by the flow
from the pump.
This value can be set precisely in the FLOWADAPT control mode without the use of
pump throttling valves. Q
• When the flow is set lower than the balancing valve setting, the pump ramps down
instead of losing energy by pumping against a balancing valve.
• Cooling surfaces in air-conditioning systems operate at high pressure and low flow.
In systems with relatively large pressure losses in the distribution pipes and in air-
conditioning and cooling systems. Proportional pressure
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following:
– very long distribution pipes H
– strongly throttled pipe balancing valves
– differential-pressure regulators
– large pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total quantity of Hset
All
water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution pipe up to the first
branching.
Hset
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with large pressure losses in the primary circuit.
2
• Air-conditioning systems with the following:
– heat exchangers (fan coils)
– cooling ceilings Q
– cooling surfaces.

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TPE3

System application Select this control mode Pump type

In systems with relatively large pressure losses in the distribution pipes and in air- Constant differential pressure with
conditioning and cooling systems. differential-pressure sensor located
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following: in the system
– very long distribution pipes
– strongly throttled pipe balancing valves H
– differential-pressure regulators
– large pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total quantity of
All
water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution pipe up to the first
branching.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with large pressure losses in the primary circuit.
• Air-conditioning systems with the following:
– heat exchangers (fan coils)
– cooling ceilings
– cooling surfaces.
Q
Constant differential pressure
In systems with relatively small pressure losses in the distribution pipes.
• Two-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves and the following: H
– dimensioned for natural circulation
– small pressure losses in those parts of the system through which the total quantity of
water flows, for example boiler, heat exchanger and distribution pipe up to the first
All
branching or modified to a high differential temperature between flow pipe and return
pipe,for example district heating.
• Underfloor heating systems with thermostatic valves.
• One-pipe heating systems with thermostatic valves or pipe balancing valves.
• Primary circuit pumps in systems with small pressure losses in the primary circuit.
Q
Constant pressure

In pressure boosting systems. All

Q
Constant temperature and constant
differential temperature

In systems with a fixed system characteristic. H


Examples:
• one-pipe heating systems
• boiler shunts All
• systems with three-way valves
• domestic hot-water circulation.
You can use FLOW LIMIT to control the maximum circulation flow.

Q
Constant flow rate

H
In systems requiring a constant flow, independently of pressure drop.
Examples:
• chillers for air-conditioning All
• heating surfaces
• cooling surfaces.

Q set Q

Constant level

H
In systems requiring a constant tank level, independently of the flow rate.
Examples:
All
• process water tanks
• boiler condensate tanks.

Q
In systems with pumps operating in parallel.
The multipump function enables the control of single-head pumps connected in parallel
"Assist" menu
(two to four pumps) and twin-head pumps without the use of external controllers. The All
"Multipump setup"
pumps in a multipump system communicate with each other via the wireless GENIair
connection or the wired GENI connection.

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Multipump system Backup operation

TPE3
The multipump function enables the control of two Backup operation is possible with two pumps of same
pumps connected in parallel without the use of size and type connected in parallel. Each pump
external controllers. The pumps in a multipump system requires a non-return valve in series with the pump.
communicate with each other via the wireless GENIair One pump is operating continuously. The backup
connection or the wired GENI connection. pump is operated for a short time each day to prevent
A multipump system is set via a selected pump, that is seizing up. If the duty pump stops due to a fault, the
the master pump, which is the first selected pump. If backup pump starts automatically.
two pumps in the system are configured with an outlet- Pump system:
pressure sensor, both pumps can function as master • Twin-head pump.
pumps and take over the master pump function if the • Two single-head pumps connected in parallel.
other fails. This provides additional redundancy in the The pumps must be of the same type and size.
multipump system. Each pump requires a non-return valve in series
The multipump functions are described in the following with the pump.
sections.
Cascade operation
Alternating operation
Cascade operation ensures that the pump
Alternating operation functions as a duty-standby performance is automatically adapted to the
operating mode and is possible with two pumps of consumption by switching pumps on or off. The system
same size and type connected in parallel. The main thus runs as energy-efficiently as possible with a
purpose of the function is to ensure an even amount of constant pressure and a limited number of pumps.
running hours and to ensure that the standby pump When a twin-head pump is running in constant-
takes over if the running pump stops due to an alarm. pressure control mode, the second pump head starts
Each pump requires a non-return valve in series with at 90 % and stops at 50 % performance. All pumps in
the pump. operation run at equal speed. Pump changeover is
You can choose between two alternating operation automatic and depends on energy, operating hours
modes: and fault.
• Alternating operation, time Pump system:
Pump changeover to the other is based on time. • Twin-head pump.
• Alternating operation, energy • Two to four single-head pumps connected in
Pump changeover to the other is based on energy parallel.
consumption. The pumps must be of the same type and size.
If the duty pump fails, the other pump takes over Each pump requires a non-return valve in series
automatically. with the pump.
Only one pump is operating at a time. The change Set the control mode to "Const. pressure" or "Const.
from one pump to the other depends on time or curve".
energy. If a pump fails, the other pump takes over
automatically. Control options
Pump system: Communication with the pumps is possible via the
• Twin-head pump. control panel, Grundfos GO or a central building
• Two single-head pumps connected in parallel. management system.
The pumps must be of the same type and size. The purpose of controlling the pumps is to monitor and
Each pump requires a non-return valve in series control the pressure, temperature, flow rate of the
with the pump. system.
For further information on control options of the
pumps, see page 105.

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12. Overview of functions


Overview of functions

E-pump type

TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Series 2000

Series 2000

Series 1000

Series 1000
TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED
Control panel E-pump functions

0.12 - 7.5 kW,

0.12 - 7.5 kW,


0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,

0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,
15-22 kW, 2-

15-22 kW, 2-
2-pole

4-pole

4-pole

2-pole

4-pole

4-pole
pole

pole
Settings via advanced control panel
"Setpoint" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Operating mode" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Set manual speed" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Control mode" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"FLOWLIMIT" ●
"Automatic night setback" ●
"Analog inputs" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Analog input 1" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Analog input 2" ● ● ● ●1)
1)
"Analog input 3" ● ● ● ●1)
"Built-in Grundfos sensor" ● ●
"Pt100/1000 inputs"
"Pt100/1000 input 1" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Pt100/1000 input 2" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Digital inputs" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Digital input 1" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Digital input 2" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Digital inputs/outputs" ● ● ● ●1)
"Digital in/output 3" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Digital in/output 4" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Relay outputs" ● ● ● ●1)
1)
"Signal relay 1" ● ● ● ●1)
"Signal relay 2" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Analog output" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Output signal" ● ● ● ●1)
"Function of analog output" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Controller settings" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Operating range" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Setpoint influence" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"External setpoint influence" ● ● ● ●1)
"Predefined setpoints" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Temperature influence" ●
"Monitoring functions" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Motor bearing monitoring" ● ● ● ●1)
"Motor bearing maintenance" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Limit-exceeded function" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Special functions" ● ● ● ●1)
"Pulse flowmeter setup" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Ramps" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Standstill heating" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Communication" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Pump number" ● ● ● ●1)
"Enable/disable radio communication" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"General settings" ● ● ●1) ●1)
● Available.
1)
The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.

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Overview of functions
E-pump type

TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Series 2000

Series 2000

Series 1000

Series 1000
TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED
Control panel E-pump functions

0.12 - 7.5 kW,

0.12 - 7.5 kW,


0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,

0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,
15-22 kW, 2-

15-22 kW, 2-
2-pole

4-pole

4-pole

2-pole

4-pole

4-pole
pole

pole
Status readings via advanced control panel
"Operating status" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Pump performance" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Actual controlled value" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Max. curve and duty point" ● ●
"Resulting setpoint" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Liquid temperature" ●
"Speed" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Accumulated flow and specific energy" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Power and energy consumption" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Measured values" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Analog output" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Warning and alarm" ● ● ● ●1)
"Heat energy monitor" ●
"Operating log" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Fitted modules" ● ● ● ●1)
1)
"Date and time" ● ● ● ●1)
"Product identification" ● ● ●1) ●1)
"Motor bearing monitoring" ● ● ●1) ●1)
1)
"Multipump system" ● ● ● ●1)
Setting via standard control panel
"Setpoint" ●
"Start/stop" ●
"Max. curve" ●
"Min. curve" ●
"Alarm reset" ●
"Constant or proportional pressure" ●
Status readings via standard control panel
"Setpoint" ●
"Operating indication" ●
"Fault indication" ●
"Operating mode": MIN., MAX., STOP ●
"Flow in %" ●
"External control" ●
Setting via standard control panel
"Setpoint" ●
"Start/stop" ●
"Max. curve" ●
"Min. curve" ●
"Alarm reset" ●
"Enable radio communication" ●

Stop Status readings via standard control panel


"Setpoint" ●
"Operating indication" ●
"Fault indication" ●
"Operating mode": MIN., MAX., STOP ●
● Available.
1)
The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.

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Overview of functions

E-pump type

TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Series 2000

Series 2000

Series 1000

Series 1000
TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED
Control panel E-pump functions

0.12 - 7.5 kW,

0.12 - 7.5 kW,


0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,

0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,
15-22 kW, 2-

15-22 kW, 2-
2-pole

4-pole

4-pole

2-pole

4-pole

4-pole
pole

pole
Setting via standard control panel
"Setpoint" ●
"Start/stop" ●
"Max. curve" ●
"Min. curve" ●
"Alarm reset" ●
Status readings via standard control panel
"Setpoint" ●
"Operating indication" ●
"Fault indication" ●
"Operating mode": MIN., MAX., STOP ●
● Available.
1) The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.

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Overview of functions
E-pump type

TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Series 2000

Series 2000

Series 1000

Series 1000
TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED
Control panel E-pump functions

0.12 - 7.5 kW,

0.12 - 7.5 kW,


0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,

0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,
15-22 kW, 2-

15-22 kW, 2-
2-pole

4-pole

4-pole

2-pole

4-pole

4-pole
pole

pole
Settings via Grundfos GO
"Setpoint" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Operating mode" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Control mode" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Proportional-pressure setup" ● ●
"FLOWLIMIT" ●
"Automatic night setback" ●
"Temperature influence" ●
"Buttons on product" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Controller" ● ● ● ● ●
"Operating range" ● ● ● ● ●
"Ramps" ● ● ● ●
"Number" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Radio communication" ● ● ● ●
"Sensor type" ●
"Analog input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 2" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 3" ● ● ● ●
"Built-in Grundfos sensor" ● ●
"Pt100/1000 input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Pt100/1000 input 2" ● ● ● ●
"Digital input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Digital input 2" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Digital in/output 3" ● ● ● ●
"Digital in/output 4" ● ● ● ●
"Pulse flowmeter" ● ● ● ●
"Predefined setpoint" ● ● ● ●
"Analog output" ● ● ● ●
"External setpoint funct." ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Signal relay 1" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Signal relay 2" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Limit 1 exceeded " ● ● ● ●
"Limit 2 exceeded " ● ● ● ●
"Standstill heating" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Motor bearing monitoring" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Service" ● ● ● ●
"Date and time" ● ● ● ●
"Store settings" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Recall settings" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Undo" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Pump name" ● ● ● ●
"Connection code" ● ● ● ●
"Unit configuration" ● ● ● ● ● ●
● Available.
1)
The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.

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Overview of functions

E-pump type

TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Series 2000

Series 2000

Series 1000

Series 1000
TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED
Control panel E-pump functions

0.12 - 7.5 kW,

0.12 - 7.5 kW,


0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,

0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,
15-22 kW, 2-

15-22 kW, 2-
2-pole

4-pole

4-pole

2-pole

4-pole

4-pole
pole

pole
Status readings via Grundfos GO
"Resulting setpoint" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Actual controlled value" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Motor speed (rpm. %)" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Power consumption" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Energy consumption" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Acc. flow, specific energy" ● ● ● ●
"Operating hours" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Motor current" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Number of starts" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Liquid temperature" ●
"Pt100/1000 input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Pt100/1000 input 2" ● ● ● ●
"Analog output" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 2" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 3" ● ● ● ●
"Digital input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Digital input 2" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Digital in/output 3" ● ● ● ●
"Digital in/output 4" ● ● ● ●
"Motor-bearing service" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Fitted modules" ● ● ● ●
"Trend data" ●
"Heat energy monitor" ●
Setting via GENIbus
"Setpoint" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Start/stop" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Max. curve" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Min. curve" ● ● ● ● ● ●
Constant pressure, proportional pressure or constant
● ● ● ● ● ●
curve
Reading via GENIbus
"Setpoint" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Operating indication" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Pump status" ● ● ● ● ● ●
Setting via external signal
"Setpoint" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Predefined setpoint" ● ● ● ●
"Start/stop" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Min./max. curve via digital input" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Alarm resetting" ● ● ● ●
Reading via external signal
"Fault", "Operation", "Ready", "Pump running",
● ● ● ● ● ●
"Bearing lubrication", "Warning" (signal relay)
"Limit exceeded 1 and 2" (signal relay) ● ● ● ●
● Available.
1)
The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.

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Overview of functions
E-pump type

TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Series 2000

Series 2000

Series 1000

Series 1000
TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED

TPE, TPED
Control panel E-pump functions

0.12 - 7.5 kW,

0.12 - 7.5 kW,


0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,

0.25 - 2.2 kW

0.12 - 11 kW,

11 - 18.5 kW,
15-22 kW, 2-

15-22 kW, 2-
2-pole

4-pole

4-pole

2-pole

4-pole

4-pole
pole

pole
Additional functions
"Twin-head pump function" ● ● ● ● ● ●
Optional functions with advanced functional module
"Real time clock" ● ● ● ●
"Analog output" ● ● ● ●
Additional analog, digital and PT100/1000 inputs ● ● ● ●
● Available.
1)
The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.

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13. User interfaces for TPE pumps


User interfaces for TPE pumps

You can make pump settings by means of the following


Pos. Symbol Description
user interfaces:
Grundfos Eye
Control panels 1
The indicator light shows the operating status
of the pump.
• TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2- See page 99 for further information.
pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole. See page 52. 2 - Light fields for indication of setpoint.
• TPE Series 1000 pumps, 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 - Up and down. The buttons change the
3
18.5 kW, 4-pole. See page 54. setpoint.
• TPE Series 2000 pumps, 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 - The button allows radio communication with
18.5 kW, 4-pole. See page 55. Grundfos GO and other products of the same
type.
• Advanced control panel for TPE3 and TPE Series When you try to establish radio
2000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 communication between the pump and
4 Grundfos GO or another pump, the green
kW, 4-pole. See page 57. indicator light in Grundfos Eye flashes
continuously. Press on the pump control
Remote controls panel to allow radio communication with
Grundfos GO and other products of the same
• Grundfos GO. type.
See Grundfos GO on page 62. The button makes the pump ready for
If the power supply to the pump is switched off, the operation and starts and stops the pump.
Start:
settings will be stored. If you press the button when the pump is
stopped, the pump only starts if no other
5 functions with higher priority have been
Control panel for TPE2 and TPE enabled.
Stop:
Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2- If you press the button when the pump is
running, the pump always stops. The "Stop"
pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole text next to the button is on.

Pump variant
Fitted as
Option
Setpoint setting
standard
Set the desired setpoint of the pump by pressing or
TPE3, TPE3 D - -
TPE2, TPE2 D ● -
. The light fields on the control panel indicates the
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole setpoint set.
- -
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 Pump in differential-pressure control mode
15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole The following example applies to a pump in an
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● - application where a pressure sensor gives a feedback
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 to the pump. If you retrofit the sensor to the pump, set
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
- - it manually as the pump does not automatically
register a connected sensor.
Figure 29 shows that light fields 5 and 6 are activated,
indicating a desired setpoint of 3 m with a sensor
1
measuring range from 0 to 6 m. The setting range is
equal to the sensor measuring range.
2
m
6
3

4
TM05 4848 3512

Stop 3
TM05 4894 3512

Fig. 28 Standard control panel 0


Fig. 29 Setpoint set to 3 m, differential-pressure control

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Pump in constant-curve control mode Figure 32 shows that the bottom light field is flashing,

User interfaces for TPE pumps


In constant-curve control mode, the pump performance indicating minimum curve.
is between the maximum and minimum curve of the
H
pump. See fig. 30.

TM05 4897 2812


Q
Fig. 32 Minimum curve duty

Start and stop of pump


Note: If you have stopped the pump by pressing

TM05 4895 2812


and the "Stop" text on the control panel is on, you can
Q only give it free to operation by pressing again.
If you have stopped the pump by pressing , you can
restart it by pressing or by using Grundfos GO.
Fig. 30 Pump in constant-curve control mode
Start the pump by pressing or by continuously
Setting to maximum curve: pressing until the desired setpoint is indicated.
• Press continuously to change over to the Stop the pump by pressing . When the pump is
maximum curve of the pump. The top light field stopped, the "Stop" text next to the button will
flashes. When the top light field is on, press for 3 illuminate. You can also stop the pump by continuously
seconds until the light field starts flashing. pressing until none of the light fields are on.
• To change back, press continuously until the You can also stop the pump with Grundfos GO or via a
desired setpoint is indicated. digital input set to "External stop".
Example: Pump set to maximum curve. Resetting of fault indications
Figure 31 shows that the top light field is flashing, Reset a fault indication in one of the following ways:
indicating maximum curve. • Via the digital input if it has been set to "Alarm
H resetting".
• Briefly press or on the pump. This will not
change the setting of the pump.
You cannot reset a fault indication by pressing or
if the buttons have been locked.
• Switch off the power supply until the indicator lights
are off.
TM05 4896 2812

• Switch the external start-stop input off and then on


again.
Q • With Grundfos GO.
Fig. 31 Maximum curve duty

Setting to minimum curve:


• Press continuously to change over to the
minimum curve of the pump. The bottom light field
flashes. When the bottom light field is on, press
for 3 seconds until the light field starts flashing.
• To change back, press continuously until the
light field starts flashing.
Example: Pump set to minimum curve.

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Control panel for TPE Series 1000 Control mode "Differential-pressure control"
User interfaces for TPE pumps

pumps, 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 - Example


Figure 34 shows that light fields 5 and 6 are activated,
18.5 kW, 4-pole indicating a desired setpoint of 3.4 m. The sensor
Fitted as
measuring range is 0 to 6 m. The setting range is equal
Pump variant Option to the sensor measuring range. See the sensor
standard
TPE3, TPE3 D - - nameplate.
TPE2, TPE2 D - -
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- -
TPE Series 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
2000 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- -
TPE Series 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
1000

TM03 5845 4006


15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

The control panel incorporates the following buttons


and indicator lights:
• buttons, and , for setpoint setting
Fig. 34 Setpoint set to 3.4 m, control mode "differential-
• light fields, yellow, for setpoint indication pressure control"
• indicator lights, green (operation) and red (fault).
Control mode "Constant curve"
Example
Buttons
In this control mode, the pump performance is set
Light fields within the range from minimum to maximum curve.
See fig. 35.

H
TM05 8590 2613

Indicator lights

Fig. 33 Control panel for TPE Series 1000 pumps, 15-22

TM00 7746 1304


kW, 2-pole and 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
Q
Setpoint setting
Note: You can only set the setpoint when the operating
mode is "Normal". Fig. 35 Pump performance setting, control mode
Set the desired setpoint by pressing or . "Constant curve"
The light fields on the control panel indicates the
setpoint set.

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Setting to maximum curve duty Control panel for TPE Series 2000

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Press continuously to change to the maximum curve pumps, 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 -
of the pump. The top light field flashes. See fig. 36.
To change back, press continuously until the
18.5 kW, 4-pole
desired setpoint is indicated.
Fitted as
Pump variant Option
standard
H
TPE3, TPE3 D - -
TPE2, TPE2 D - -
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- -
TPE Series 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
2000 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

TM00 7345 1304


- -
TPE Series 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
1000 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Q The pump control panel incorporates the following


Fig. 36 Maximum curve duty buttons and indicator lights. See fig. 38:
• buttons, and , for setpoint setting
Setting to minimum curve duty • light fields, yellow, for indication of setpoint
Press continuously to change to the minimum curve • indicator lights, green (operation) and red (fault).
of the pump. The bottom light field flashes. See fig. 37.
To change back, press continuously until the
desired setpoint is indicated.

H 5 1
TM00 7346 1304

TM05 8591 2613


4
2

3
Q
Fig. 37 Minimum curve duty Fig. 38 Control panel, TPE Series 2000 pumps, 15-22
kW, 2-pole and 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
Start-stop of pump
Press continuously until the desired setpoint is Pos. Description
indicated to start the pump. 1 and 2 Buttons for setting
Stop the pump by continuously pressing until none Light fields for indication of:
of the light fields are activated and the green indicator 3 and 5 • control mode (3)
• head, performance and operating mode (5).
light flashes.
Indicator lights for indication of:
4 • operation and fault
• external control, EXT.

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Setting of control mode Setting to maximum curve duty


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Change the control mode by pressing (2) according Press continuously to change to the maximum curve
to the following cycle: of the pump and MAX illuminates. See fig. 42.
• constant differential pressure, To change back, press continuously until the
• proportional pressure, . desired head is indicated.

TM03 9061 3307


H

TM03 0289 4704


Fig. 39 Setting the control mode

Setting of pump head


Q
Set the pump head by pressing or .
The light fields on the control panel will indicate the Fig. 42 Maximum curve duty
head set, setpoint. See the following examples.
Proportional pressure Setting to minimum curve duty
Figure 40 shows that light fields 5 and 6 are activated, Press continuously to change to the minimum curve
indicating a desired head of 3.4 m at maximum flow. of the pump and MIN illuminates. See fig. 43.
The setting range is between 25 and 90 % of maximum To change back, press continuously until the
head. desired head is indicated.

H
0.9 x H max.

TM03 0290 4704


TM03 5846 4006

0.25 x Hmax.
Q

Fig. 43 Minimum curve duty


Fig. 40 Pump in "Proportional-pressure" control mode
Start-stop of pump
Constant differential pressure Press continuously until the desired head is
Figure 41 shows that light fields 5 and 6 are activated, indicated to start the pump.
indicating a desired head of 3.4 m. The setting range is • Press continuously until STOP is on and the
between 1/8, 12.5 %, of maximum head and maximum green indicator light flashes to stop the pump.
head.

Hmax.
TM03 5845 4006

0.125 x Hmax.

Fig. 41 Pump in "Constant differential pressure" control


mode

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Advanced control panel for TPE3

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Pos. Symbol Description
and TPE Series 2000 pumps, 0.12 - Grundfos Eye
The indicator light shows the operating status of
11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4- 1 the pump.
See Priority of settings on page 99 for further
pole information.
2 - Graphical colour display.
Fitted as
Pump variant Option
standard 3 Press the button to go one step back.
TPE3, TPE3 D ● -
Press the button to navigate between main
TPE2, TPE2 D - ●
menus, displays and digits.
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole When you change the menu, the display always
● -
TPE Series 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole shows the top display of the new menu.
2000 15-22 kW, 2-pole Press the buttons to navigate between
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole submenus or change value settings.
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole Note: If you have disabled the possibility to
- ●
TPE Series 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole make settings with the "Enable/disable settings"
1000 15-22 kW, 2-pole function, then you can enable it again
- - temporarily by pressing these buttons
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
simultaneously for at least 5 seconds. See
"Buttons on product" ("Enable/disable settings")
on page 90.
4 Press the button to save changed values, reset
1
alarms and expand the value field.
The button enables radio communication with
Grundfos GO and other products of the same
type.
2 When you try to establish radio communication
between the pump and Grundfos GO or another
pump, the green indicator light in Grundfos Eye
flashes. A note also appears in the pump display
6 3 stating that a wireless device wants to connect
to the pump. Press on the pump control
4 panel to allow radio communication with
TM05 4849 1013

Grundfos GO and other products of the same


5 type.
Press the button to make the pump ready for
operation and starts and stops the pump.
Start:
If you press the button when the pump is
Fig. 44 Advanced control panel stopped, the pump will only start if no other
5 functions with higher priority have been enabled.
Stop:
If you press the button when the pump is
running, the pump is always stopped. When you
stop the pump via this button, the icon
appears in the bottom of the display.

6 Press the button to go to the "Home" menu.

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"Home" display
User interfaces for TPE pumps

1 2 3 4

Home Status Settings Assist

Setpoint Control mode

5.00 bar Const. pressure

Operating mode Actual controlled value

Normal
4.90 bar

TM06 4516 2415


9 8 7 6 5

Fig. 45 Example of "Home" display

Pos. Symbol Description

"Home"
This menu shows up to four user-defined
parameters. You can select parameters shown as
1
shortcut icon , and when pressing you go
directly to the "Settings" display for the selected
parameter.
"Status"
2 - This menu shows the status of the pump and
system as well as warnings and alarms.
"Settings"
This menu gives access to all setting parameters.
You can make detailed settings of the pump in
3 -
this menu.
See Description of selected functions on page
66.
"Assist"
This menu enables "Assisted Pump Setup",
4 - provides a short description of the control modes
and offers fault advice.
See "Assist" on page 93.

This symbol indicates that the pump has been


5
stopped via the button.

This symbol indicates that the pump is


6 functioning as master pump in a multipump
system.
This symbol indicates that the pump is
7 functioning as a slave pump in a multipump
system.
This symbol indicates that the pump is operating
8 in a multipump system. See "Multipump setup"
("Setup of multi-pump system") on page 95.
This symbol indicates that the possibility to make
settings has been disabled for protective
9
reasons. See "Buttons on product" ("Enable/
disable settings") on page 90.

Startup guide
The pump incorporates a startup guide which is started
at the first startup. See "Run startup guide" on page
93. After the startup guide, the main menus appear in
the display.

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Menu overview for advanced control panel

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Main menus

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Multipump system 2)
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 1000


TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Home

● ● ● ● ●

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Multipump system 2)
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 1000


TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Status Section Page

"Operating status" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●


"Operating mode, from" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Control mode" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Pump performance" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Actual controlled value" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Max. curve and duty point" ● ●
"Resulting setpoint" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Liquid temperature" ● ●
"Speed" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Acc. flow, specific energy" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Power and energy consumption" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Measured values" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Analog input 1" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Analog input 2" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Analog input 3" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Pt100/1000 input 1" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Pt100/1000 input 2" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Analog output" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Warning and alarm" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Actual warning and alarm" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Warning log" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Alarm log" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Heat energy monitor" ● ● "Heat energy monitor" 66
"Heat power" ● ●
"Heat energy" ● ●
"Flow rate" ● ●
"Volume" ● ●
"Hour counter" ● ●
"Temperature 1" ● ●
"Temperature 2" ● ●
"Differential temp." ● ●
"Operating log" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Operating hours" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Trend data" ● ●
"Fitted modules" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Date and time" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
1)
"Product identification" ● ● ● ●1) ●
"Motor bearing monitoring" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Multipump system" ●
"System operating status" ●
"System performance" ●
"System input power and energy" ●
"Pump 1, multipump sys." ●
"Pump 2, multipump sys." ●
"Pump 3, multipump sys." ●

● Available.
1) The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.
2)
Pumps above 11 kW, 2-pole and 7.5 kW, 4-pole have no multipump function.

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User interfaces for TPE pumps

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Multipump system 2)
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 1000


TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Settings Section Page

"Setpoint" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Setpoint" 66


"Operating mode" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Operating mode" 67
"Set manual speed" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Set manual speed" 67
"Set user-defined speed" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Set user-defined speed" 67
"Control mode" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Control mode" 67
"Flow limit" ● ● "FLOWLIMIT" 74
"Automatic night setback" ● ● "Automatic night setback" 75
"Analog inputs" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Analog input 1, setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Analog inputs" 75
"Analog input 2, setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
1) 1)
"Analog input 3, setup" ● ● ● ● ●
"Built-in Grundfos sensor" ● ● ● "Built-in Grundfos sensor" 77
"Pt100/1000 inputs" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Pt100/1000 input 1, setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Pt100/1000 inputs" 77
"Pt100/1000 input 2, setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Digital inputs" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
1)
"Digital input 1, setup" ● ● ● ●1) ● "Digital inputs" 78
"Digital input 2, setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Digital inputs/outputs" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Digital input/output 3, setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Digital inputs/outputs" 79
"Digital input/output 4, setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Relay outputs" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Relay output 1" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Signal relays 1 and 2" ("Relay outputs") 80
"Relay output 2" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Analog output" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Output signal" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Analog output" 81
"Function of analog output" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Controller settings" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Controller" ("Controller settings") 82
"Operating range" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Operating range" 83
"Setpoint influence" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Setpoint influence" 84
"External setpoint function" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "External setpoint influence" 83
"Predefined setpoints" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Predefined setpoints" 85
"Temperature influence" ● ● "Temperature influence" 86
"Monitoring functions" ● ●1) ● ●1) ●
"Motor bearing monitoring" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Motor bearing monitoring" 88
1)
"Motor bearing maintenance" ● ● ● ●1) ● "Bearings replaced" ("Motor bearing maintenance") 89
"Limit-exceeded function" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Limit-exceeded function" 86
"Special functions" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● Special functions 87
"Pulse flowmeter setup" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Pulse flowmeter setup" 87
"Ramps" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Ramps" 88
"Standstill heating" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Standstill heating" 88
"Communication" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● Communication 89
"Pump number" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Number" ("Pump number") 89
1) 1) "Radio communication" ("Enable/disable radio
"Enable/disable radio communication" ● ● ● ● ● 89
comm.")
1) 1)
"General settings" ● ● ● ● ● General settings 90
"Language" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Language" 90
"Set date and time" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Date and time" 90
"Units" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Unit configuration" ("Units") 90
"Enable/disable settings" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Buttons on product" ("Enable/disable settings") 90
"Delete history" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Delete history" 91
"Define Home display" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Define Home display" 91
"Display settings" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Display settings" 91
"Store actual settings" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Store settings" ("Store actual settings") 91
"Recall stored settings" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Recall settings" ("Recall stored settings") 92
"Run startup guide" ● ●1) ● ●1) ● "Run startup guide" 93
1)
The advanced control panel is available as an option on TPE2 and TPE Series 1000 pumps, 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole.
2) Pumps above 11 kW, 2-pole and 7.5 kW, 4-pole have no multipump function.

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User interfaces for TPE pumps


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Multipump system 1)
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 1000


TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Assist Section Page

"Assisted pump setup" ● ● ● ● ● "Assisted pump setup" 94


"Setup, analog input" ● ● ● ● ● "Setup, analog input" 94
"Setting of date and time" ● ● ● ● ● "Date and time" 90
"Multipump setup" ● ● ● ● ● "Multipump setup" ("Setup of multi-pump system") 95
"Description of control mode" ● ● ● ● ● "Description of control mode" 98
"Assisted fault advice" ● ● ● ● ● "Assisted fault advice" 98

1) Pumps above 11 kW, 2-pole and 7.5 kW, 4-pole have no multipump function.

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Grundfos GO Communication
User interfaces for TPE pumps

The pump is designed for wireless radio or infrared When Grundfos GO initiates communication with the
communication with Grundfos GO. pump, the indicator light in the middle of Grundfos Eye
flashes green. See Grundfos Eye on page 100.
Grundfos GO enables setting of functions and gives
access to status overviews, technical product Furthermore, on pumps fitted with an advanced control
information and actual operating parameters. panel a text appears in the display saying that a
wireless device is trying to establish connection. Press
Grundfos GO offers the following mobile interfaces, MI.
on the pump in order to establish connection with
Grundfos GO or press to reject connection.
Establish communication using one of these
communication types:
• radio communication
• infrared communication.

1 Radio communication
Radio communication can take place at distances up
2 to 30 metres. The first time Grundfos GO
+ communicates with the pump, you must enable
communication by pressing or on the pump
+ control panel. Later when communication takes place,
TM06 6256 0916

the pump is recognized by Grundfos GO and you can


select the pump from the "List" menu.
Infrared communication
Fig. 46 Grundfos GO communicating with the pump via When communicating via infrared light, Grundfos GO
radio or infrared connection, IR must be pointed at the pump control panel.

Pos. Description
Grundfos MI 204:
Add-on module enabling radio or infrared communication.
You can use MI 204 in conjunction with an Apple iPhone or
1 iPod with Lightning connector, for example fifth generation
or later iPhone or iPod.
MI 204 is also available together with an Apple iPod touch
and a cover.
Grundfos MI 301:
Separate module enabling radio or infrared communication.
2
You can use the module in conjunction with an Android or
iOS-based smart device with Bluetooth connection.

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Menu overview for Grundfos GO

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Main menus

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Multipump system 1)
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole


15-22 kW, 2-pole

15-22 kW, 2-pole


TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 1000

TPE Series 1000


TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Dashboard

● ● ● ● ● ● ●

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Multipump system 1)
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole


15-22 kW, 2-pole

15-22 kW, 2-pole


TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 1000

TPE Series 1000


TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Status Section Page

"System mode" ●
"Resulting setpoint" ● ● ● ●
"Resulting system setpoint" ●
"Actual setpoint" ● ●
"External setpoint" ● ●
"Actual controlled value" ● ● ● ● ●
"Sensor value" ● ●
"Motor speed (rpm. %)" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Power consumption" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Power consumption, system" ●
"Energy consumption" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Energy consumption, system" ●
"Acc. flow, specific energy" ● ● ● ● ●
"Operating hours, system" ●
"Operating hours" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Motor current" ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Number of starts" ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Liquid temperature" ●
"Analog input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 2" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 3" ● ● ● ●
"Pt100/1000 input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Pt100/1000 input 2" ● ● ● ●
"Analog output" ● ● ● ●
"Digital input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Digital input 2" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Digital in/output 3" ● ● ● ●
"Digital in/output 4" ● ● ● ●
"Motor bearing service" ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Fitted modules" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Trend data" ●
"Heat energy monitor" ● "Heat energy monitor" 66
"Controlled from" ● ●
"Pump1" ●
"Pump2" ●
"Pump3" ●
"Pump4" ●
1)
Pumps above 11 kW, 2-pole and 7.5 kW, 4-pole have no multipump function.

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User interfaces for TPE pumps

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

Multipump system 1)
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole


15-22 kW, 2-pole

15-22 kW, 2-pole


TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 2000

TPE Series 1000

TPE Series 1000


TPE3, TPE3 D

TPE2, TPE2 D
Settings Section Page

"Setpoint" ● ● ● ● ● ● ● "Setpoint" 66
"Operating mode" ● ● ● ● ● ● ● "Operating mode" 67
"Set user-defined speed" ● ● ● ● ● ● ● "Set user-defined speed" 67
"Control mode" ● ● ● ● ● ● ● "Control mode" 67
"Proportional-pressure setup" ● ● "Proportional-pressure setup" 74
"Flow limit" ● "FLOWLIMIT" 74
"Automatic night setback" ● "Automatic night setback" 75
"Temperature influence" ● "Temperature influence" 86
"Buttons on product" ("Enable/
"Buttons on product" ● ● ● ● ● ● ● 90
disable settings")
"Controller" ("Controller
"Controller" ● ● ● ● ● ● 82
settings")
"Operating range" ● ● ● ● ● ● "Operating range" 83
"Ramps" ● ● ● ● "Ramps" 88
"Number" ● ● ● ● ● ● "Number" ("Pump number") 89
"Radio communication"
"Radio communication" ● ● ● ● 89
("Enable/disable radio comm.")
"Sensor type" ● "Sensor type" 75
"Analog input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Analog input 2" ● ● ● ● "Analog inputs" 75
"Analog input 3" ● ● ● ●
"Built-in Grundfos sensor" ● ● "Built-in Grundfos sensor" 77
"Pt100/1000 input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Pt100/1000 inputs" 77
"Pt100/1000 input 2" ● ● ● ●
"Digital input 1" ● ● ● ●
"Digital inputs" 78
"Digital input 2" ● ● ● ● ● ●
"Digital in/output 3" ● ● ● ●
"Digital inputs/outputs" 79
"Digital in/output 4" ● ● ● ●
"Pulse flowmeter" ● ● ● ● "Pulse flowmeter setup" 87
"Predefined setpoint" ● ● ● ● ● "Predefined setpoints" 85
"Analog output" ● ● ● ● "Analog output" 81
"External setpoint funct." ● ● ● ● ● ● "External setpoint influence" 83
"Signal relay 1" ● ● ● ● ● ● "Signal relays 1 and 2" ("Relay
80
"Signal relay 2" ● ● ● ● ● ● outputs")
"Limit 1 exceeded" ● ● ● ● ●
"Limit-exceeded function" 86
"Limit 2 exceeded" ● ● ● ● ●
"Alternating operation, time" ●
"Time for pump change over" ●
"Standstill heating" ● ● ● ● ● ● "Standstill heating" 88
"Motor bearing monitoring" ● ● ● ● ● ● "Motor bearing monitoring" 88
"Service" ● ● ● ● "Service" 89
"Date and time" ● ● ● ● ● "Date and time" 90
"Store settings" ("Store actual
"Store settings" ● ● ● ● ● ● 91
settings")
"Recall settings" ("Recall stored
"Recall settings" ● ● ● ● ● ● 92
settings")
"Undo" ● ● ● ● ● ● ● "Undo" 92
"Pump name" ● ● ● ● ● "Pump name" 92
"Connection code" ● ● ● ● ● "Connection code" 92
"Unit configuration" ● ● ● ● ● "Unit configuration" ("Units") 90

1) Pumps above 11 kW, 2-pole and 7.5 kW, 4-pole have no multipump function.

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1)

Assist
"Alarm log"
"Warning log"
Alarms and warnings

"Multipump setup"
"Reset alarm" button

"Assisted fault advice"


"Assisted pump setup"






TPE3, TPE3 D TPE3, TPE3 D






TPE2, TPE2 D TPE2, TPE2 D

TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000






0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000


15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
Pumps above 11 kW, 2-pole and 7.5 kW, 4-pole have no multipump function.
Pumps above 11 kW, 2-pole and 7.5 kW, 4-pole have no multipump function.

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000







0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


TP, TPD, TPE, TPED, TPE2, TPE2 D, TPE3, TPE3 D

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole


TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole




Multipump system 1) Multipump system 1)


Section
Section

"Alarm log"
"Warning log"

multi-pump system")
"Setup, analog input"
"Assisted pump setup"

"Multipump setup" ("Setup of


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94
94
93
93

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Page

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Description of selected functions "Setpoint"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Pump variant "Setpoint"


"Heat energy monitor"
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
"Heat energy TPE2, TPE2 D ●
Pump variant 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
monitor" ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
TPE2, TPE2 D - ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
-
TPE Series 1000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole You can set the setpoint for all control modes, except
15-22 kW, 2-pole AUTOADAPT and FLOWADAPT, in this submenu when
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
you have selected the desired control mode. See
The heat energy monitor is a monitoring function that "Control mode" on page 67.
calculates the heat energy consumption within a
Factory setting
system. The built-in flow estimation needed for the
calculation has an inaccuracy of ± 10 % of the See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
maximum flow in the area down to 10 % flow and down
to 12.5 % of the maximum head. The calculations are
based on water at a temperature of 20 °C. Also, the
temperature measurements needed for the calculation
have some inaccuracy depending on the sensor type.
Therefore, you cannot use the heat energy value for
billing purposes. However, the value is perfect for
optimisation purposes in order to prevent excessive
energy costs caused by system imbalances.
The heat energy monitor requires an additional
temperature sensor installed in the flow pipe or return
pipe depending on where the pump is installed.
Use the analog inputs and/or Pt100/1000 inputs for
measuring the temperatures used for calculation by
the heat energy monitor.
The used inputs must not be set to "Not active" and
one of the measuring parameters must be set to
"Temperature 2".

kWh

t
F

t
TM06 1182 1814

tF: Flow-pipe temperature

tR: Return-pipe temperature

Fig. 47 Example: Pump installed in the flow pipe and


additional temperature sensor installed in the
return pipe

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"Operating mode" "Set manual speed"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Pump variant "Operating mode" Pump variant "Set manual speed"
TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Possible operating modes: This menu is only available in the advanced control
• "Normal" panel. With Grundfos GO, you set the speed via the
The pump runs according to the selected control "Setpoint" menu.
mode. You can set the pump speed in % of the maximum
• "Stop" speed. When you have set the operating mode to
The pump stops. "Manual", the pump starts running at the set speed.
• "Min." The speed can then be changed manually via
Use the minimum-curve mode in periods in which a Grundfos GO or via the advanced control panel.
minimum flow is required.
This operating mode is for instance suitable for
"Set user-defined speed"
manual night setback if you do not want to use You can set the motor speed in % of the maximum
automatic night setback. speed. When you have set the operating mode to
• "Max." "User-defined speed", the motor runs at the set speed.
Use the maximum-curve mode in periods in which a
maximum flow is required. "Control mode"
This operating mode is for instance suitable for hot-
Pump variant "Control mode"
water priority.
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
• "Manual" TPE2, TPE2 D ●
The pump is operating at a manually set speed. 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

In "Manual" the setpoint via bus is overruled. See TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
"Set manual speed" on page 67. 15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
• "User-defined speed" 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

The motor is operating at a speed set by the user. 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
See section "Set user-defined speed" on page 67. 15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
All operating modes are illustrated in the fig. 48.
Note: Not all control modes are available for all pump
H variants.
Max.
Possible control modes:
Normal
• "AUTOADAPT"
Normal
• "FLOWADAPT"
Manual • "Prop. press." (proportional pressure)
TM06 4024 1515

Min. • "Const. pressure" (constant pressure)


• "Const. temp." (constant temperature)
Stop
Q • "Con. diff. press." (constant differential pressure)
• "Con. diff. temp." (constant differential temperature)
Fig. 48 Operating modes
• "Const. flow rate" (constant flow rate)
Factory setting • "Const. level" (constant level)
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps. • "Const. other val." (constant other value)
• "Const. curve" (constant curve).
You can change the setpoint for all control modes,
except AUTOADAPT and FLOWADAPT, in the "Setpoint"
submenu under "Settings" when you have selected the
desired control mode.
Factory setting
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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"AUTOADAPT" "FLOWADAPT"
User interfaces for TPE pumps

Pump variant "AUTOADAPT" Pump variant "FLOWADAPT"


TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D - TPE2, TPE2 D -
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- -
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- -
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

The AUTOADAPT control mode continuously adapts the When you select FLOWADAPT, the pump runs
pump performance according to the actual system AUTOADAPT and ensures that the flow never exceeds
characteristic. the entered FLOWLIMIT value.
Manual setting of the setpoint is not possible. The setting range for FLOWLIMIT is 25 to 90 % of the
maximum flow rate of the pump.
H The factory setting of the FLOWLIMIT is the flow where
the AUTOADAPT factory setting meets the maximum
curve. See fig. 50.
HHfac
fac Hset1
H 25 % 90 % Q max
A1
Hauto_min Setting range
TM05 7910 1613

Hauto_min Hset2
A3 A2 H fac
Hfac

Q
HHauto_min

TM05 7912 1613


Fig. 49 AUTOADAPT auto_min

When the AUTOADAPT control mode has been


enabled, the pump will start with the factory setting, Q
Q
Qfac
Hfac is equal to Hset1, and then adjust its performance fac
to A1. See fig. 49. Fig. 50 FLOWADAPT
When the pump registers a lower head on the
maximum curve, A2, the AUTOADAPT function
automatically selects a correspondingly lower control
curve, Hset2. If the valves in the system close, the
pump adjusts its performance to A3.

A1: Original duty point.


A2: Lower registered head on the maximum
curve.
A3: New duty point after AUTOADAPT control.
Hset1: Original setpoint setting.
Hset2: New setpoint after AUTOADAPT control.
Hfac.: Factory setting.
Hauto_min: A fixed value of 1.5 m.
The AUTOADAPT control mode is a form of
proportional-pressure control where the control curves
have a fixed origin, Hauto_min.
The AUTOADAPT control mode has been developed
specifically for heating systems and we do not
recommend that you use it for air-conditioning and
cooling systems.

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"Proportional pressure" "Constant pressure"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


"Proportional Pump variant "Constant pressure"
Pump variant
pressure"
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D - 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
● TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 2000 -
15-22 kW, 2-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
- TPE Series 1000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 1000 ●
15-22 kW, 2-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
We recommend this control mode if the pump is to
The head of the pump is reduced at decreasing water deliver a constant pressure, independently of the flow
demand and increased at rising water demand. See in the system. The pump maintains a constant
fig. 51. pressure independently of the flow rate. See fig. 53.
This control mode is especially suitable in systems
with relatively large pressure losses in the distribution H
pipes. The head of the pump increases proportionally
to the flow in the system to compensate for the large
pressure losses in the distribution pipes.
You can set the setpoint with an accuracy of 0.1 m.
The head against a closed valve is half the setpoint.
For more information about settings, see "Proportional-

TM05 7901 1613


pressure setup" on page 74.

H
Q
Fig. 53 "Constant pressure"

This control mode requires an external pressure


Hset sensor as shown in the examples below. You can set
the pressure sensor in the "Assist" menu. See
TM05 7909 1613

"Assisted pump setup" on page 94.


Hset
2 Examples
• One external pressure sensor.
Q
Fig. 51 "Proportional pressure"

Example
p
• Factory-fitted differential-pressure sensor.
p

p
Fig. 54 "Constant pressure"
Fig. 52 "Proportional pressure" Controller settings
Controller settings For recommended controller settings, see "Controller"
For recommended controller settings, see "Controller" ("Controller settings") on page 82.
("Controller settings") on page 82.

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"Constant temperature" "Constant differential pressure"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

"Constant "Constant differential


Pump variant Pump variant
temperature" pressure"
TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

This control mode ensures a constant temperature. The pump maintains a constant differential pressure,
Constant temperature is a comfort control mode that independently of the flow in the system. See fig. 57.
you can use in domestic hot-water systems to control This control mode is primarily suitable for systems with
the flow to maintain a fixed temperature in the system. relatively small pressure losses.
See fig. 55.
H
H

TM05 7901 1613


TM05 7900 1613

Q
Q Fig. 57 "Constant differential pressure"
Fig. 55 "Constant temperature"
This control mode requires either an internal or
This control mode requires either an internal or external differential-pressure sensor or two external
external temperature sensor as shown in the examples pressure sensors. See the examples below.
below.
Examples
• Factory-fitted temperature sensor. Only TPE3,
TPE3 D.

• One external temperature sensor.

Fig. 56 "Constant temperature"

Controller settings
For recommended controller settings, see "Controller"
("Controller settings") on page 82.

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"Constant differential temperature"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Examples
• Factory-fitted differential-pressure sensor, only "Constant differential
Pump variant
TPE3, TPE3 D and TPE, TPED Series 2000. temperature"
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
p ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
• One external differential-pressure sensor. 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
The pump uses the input from the sensor to control 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
the differential pressure. You can set the sensor TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
manually or by using the "Assist" menu. See 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

"Assisted pump setup" on page 94.
The pump maintains a constant differential
temperature in the system and the pump performance
is controlled according to this. See fig. 59.

p H
p

• Two external pressure sensors. △t


Constant differential-pressure control is achievable
with two pressure sensors. The pump uses the
inputs from the two sensors and calculates the

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differential pressure. The sensors must have the
same unit and must be set as feedback sensors.
You can set the sensors manually, sensor by sensor,
Q
or by using the "Assist" menu. See "Assisted pump
setup" on page 94. Fig. 59 "Constant differential temperature"

p This control mode requires either two temperature


p sensors or one external differential-temperature
sensor. See the examples below.
p p p
The temperature sensors can either be analog sensors
p
connected to two of the analog inputs or two Pt100/
Pt1000 sensors connected to the Pt100/1000 inputs, if
Fig. 58 "Constant differential pressure"
these are available on the specific pump.
Controller settings Set the sensor in the "Assist" menu under "Assisted
For recommended controller settings, see "Controller" pump setup". See "Assisted pump setup" on page 94.
("Controller settings") on page 82.

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"Constant flow rate"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Examples
• Factory-fitted temperature sensor and an external Pump variant "Constant flow rate"
temperature sensor. Only TPE3, TPE3 D. TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

t 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
t -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
t ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
• Two external temperature sensors. Not available for 15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE 15-22 kW 2-pole and 11 - 18.5 kW 4-pole.
Constant differential-temperature control is The pump maintains a constant flow in the system,
achievable with two temperature sensors. The independently of the head. See fig. 61.
pump uses the inputs from the two sensors and
calculates the differential temperature. H
The sensors must have the same unit and must be
set as feedback sensors. You can set the sensors
manually, sensor by sensor, or by using the "Assist"
menu. See "Assisted pump setup" on page 94.

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t

t Q
Q set
• One external differential-temperature sensor.
Fig. 61 Constant flow rate
The pump uses the input from the sensor to control
the differential temperature. This control mode requires an external flow sensor.
You can set the sensor manually or by using the
See the example below.
"Assist" menu. See "Assisted pump setup" on page
94. Example
• One external flow sensor.

Q
t

Fig. 62 Constant flow rate

Fig. 60 Constant differential temperature Controller settings


For recommended controller settings, see "Controller"
Controller settings
("Controller settings") on page 82.
For recommended controller settings, see "Controller"
("Controller settings") on page 82.

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"Constant level" "Constant other value"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Pump variant "Constant level" "Constant other
Pump variant
value"
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole TPE2, TPE2 D ●

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 2000 ●
15-22 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
- TPE Series 2000
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 1000 ●
15-22 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
- TPE Series 1000
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
The pump maintains a constant level, independently of
the flow rate. See fig. 63. Any other value is kept constant.
Use this control mode if you want to control a value
which is not available in the "Control mode" menu.
H
Connect a sensor measuring the controlled value to
one of the analog inputs of the pump. The controlled
value will be shown in percentage of sensor range.
Constant curve

Pump variant "Constant curve"


TM05 7941 1613

TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
Q TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
Fig. 63 "Constant level" ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

This control mode requires an external level sensor. 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
The pump can control the level in a tank in two ways: 15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
• As an emptying function where the pump draws the
liquid from the tank. You can set the pump to operate according to a
constant curve, like an uncontrolled pump. See fig. 65.
• As a filling function where the pump pumps the
liquid into the tank. You can set the desired speed in % of maximum speed
in the range from 13 to 100 %.
See fig. 64.
The type of level control function depends on the
setting of the built-in controller. See "Controller" H
("Controller settings") on page 82.
Examples
• One external level sensor.
– emptying function.
L TM05 7957 1713

Q
• One external level sensor.
Fig. 65 Constant curve
– filling function.
L

Fig. 64 Constant level

Controller settings
For recommended controller settings, see "Controller"
("Controller settings") on page 82.

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Depending on the system characteristic and the duty "FLOWLIMIT"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

point, the 100 % setting may be slightly smaller than


the actual maximum curve of the pump even though Pump variant "FLOWLIMIT"
the display shows 100 %. This is due to the power and TPE3, TPE3 D ●
pressure limitations built into the pump. The deviation TPE2, TPE2 D -
varies according to pump type and pressure loss in the 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
-
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
pipes. TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
H [%] 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
-
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
100 % 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
Limited maximum curve 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

FLOWLIMIT
• Enable the FLOWLIMIT function.
• Set the FLOWLIMIT.

TM05 7913 1613


H 25 % 90 % Q max

Setting range
80 % Q [m3/h]
Fig. 66 Power and pressure limitations influencing the
maximum curve

Controller settings

TM05 7908 1613


For recommended controller settings, see "Controller"
("Controller settings") on page 82.
Q
"Proportional-pressure setup" Q limit Q max
Fig. 67 "FLOWLIMIT"
"Proportional-
Pump variant
pressure setup"
You can combine the FLOWLIMIT function with the
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
following control modes:
TPE2, TPE2 D -
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole • Proportional pressure

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole • Constant differential pressure
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
- • Constant differential temperature
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- • Constant temperature
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
• Constant curve.
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole A flow-limiting function ensures that the flow never
exceeds the entered FLOWLIMIT value.
"Control-curve function"
The setting range for FLOWLIMIT is 25 % to 90 % of the
You can set the curve either to quadratic or linear.
Qmax of the pump.
"Zero-flow head" The factory setting of the FLOWLIMIT is the flow where
You can set this value in % of the setpoint. With a the AUTOADAPT factory setting meets the maximum
setting of 100 %, the control mode is equal to constant curve. See fig. 50.
differential pressure.

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"Automatic night setback" "Analog inputs"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


"Automatic night Pump variant "Analog inputs"
Pump variant
setback"
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D - 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
- TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 2000 -
15-22 kW, 2-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
- TPE Series 1000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 1000 -
15-22 kW, 2-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Once you have enabled automatic night setback, the Function Terminals*

pump automatically changes between normal duty and "Analog input 1, setup" 4
night setback, duty at low performance. "Analog input 2, setup" 7
"Analog input 3, setup" 14
Changeover between normal duty and night setback
depends on the flow-pipe temperature. * See Connection terminals, advanced functional module, FM 300 on
page 127.
The pump automatically changes over to night setback
when the built-in sensor registers a flow-pipe Set the analog input for a feedback sensor via the
temperature drop of more than 10 to 15 °C within "Assisted pump setup" menu. See "Assisted pump
approximately two hours. The temperature drop must setup" on page 94.
be at least 0.1 °C/min. If you want to set an analog input for other purposes,
Changeover to normal duty takes place without a time you can do this manually.
lag when the temperature has increased by You can set the analog inputs via the "Setup, analog
approximately 10 °C. input" menu. See "Setup, analog input" on page 94.
Note: You cannot enable automatic night setback If you perform the manual setting via Grundfos GO,
when the pump is in constant-curve mode. you need to enter the menu for the analog input under
the "Settings" menu.
"Sensor type"
Function
Pump variant "Sensor type" You can set the analog inputs to these functions:
TPE3, TPE3 D - • "Not active"
TPE2, TPE2 D -
• "Feedback sensor"
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
-
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole • "Ext. setpoint infl."
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
- See "External setpoint influence" on page 83.
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
• "Other function".
-
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

The setting of the sensor is only relevant in the case of


controlled operation.
Select among the following values:
• Sensor output signal
0-10 V
0-20 mA
4-20 mA.
• Unit of measurement of sensor:
bar, mbar, m, kPa, psi, ft, m3/h, m3/s, l/s, gpm, °C,
°F, %.
• Sensor measuring range.

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Measured parameter Electrical signal


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Select one of the parameters, that is the parameter to Select signal type:
be measured in the system by the sensor connected to • "0.5 - 3.5 V"
the actual analog input. See fig. 68. • "0-5 V"
5 • "0-10 V"
11
1 DPT 3 13 6 14 • "0-20 mA"
Q
PT PT TT PT TT
• "4-20 mA".
2 4 12 7 8 16 15
DPT DPT Q DPT DTT
Sensor range, minimum value
PT TT
Set the minimum value of the connected sensor.
Sensor range, maximum value
9 10
Set the maximum value of the connected sensor.
LT LT

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Factory setting
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
Setting two sensors for differential measurement
In order to measure the difference of a parameter
Fig. 68 Overview of sensor locations
between two points, set the corresponding sensors as
follows:
Sensor function, measured parameter Pos.
"Inlet pressure" 1 Analog input for Analog input for
Parameter
sensor 1 sensor 2
"Diff. press., inlet" 2
"Liquid temp." 3 Differential pressure, Differential pressure,
Pressure, option 1
inlet outlet
"Diff. press.,outlet" 4
Pressure, option 2 Pressure 1, external Pressure 2, external
"Diff. press.,pump" 5
Flow Pump flow Flow, external
"Operating mode" 6
Temperature Temperature 1 Temperature 2
"Press. 2, external" 7
"Diff. press., ext." 8 If you want to use the control mode "constant
"Storage tank level" 9 differential pressure", you must choose the function
"Feed tank level" 10
"Feedback sensor" for the analog input of both
"Pump flow" 11
sensors.
"Flow, external" 12
"Liquid temp." 13
"Temperature 1" 14
"Temperature 2" 15
"Diff. temp., ext." 16
"Ambient temp." Not shown
"Other parameter" Not shown

"Unit"
Available measuring units:

Parameter Possible measuring units


Pressure bar, m, kPa, psi, ft
Level m, ft, in
"Flow rate" m3/h, l/s, yd3/h, gpm
"Liquid temp." °C, °F
"Other parameter" %

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"Built-in Grundfos sensor" Set the Pt100/1000 input for a feedback sensor via the

User interfaces for TPE pumps


"Assisted pump setup" menu. See "Assisted pump
Pump variant
"Built-in Grundfos setup" on page 94.
sensor"
If you want to set a Pt100/1000 input for other
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
purposes, you can do this manually.
TPE2, TPE2 D -
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole You can set the analog inputs via the "Setup, analog

TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole input" menu. See "Setup, analog input" on page 94.
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
- If you perform the manual setting via Grundfos GO,
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole you need to enter the menu for the Pt100/1000 input
-
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole under the "Settings" menu.
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
- Function
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

You can select the function of the built-in sensor in the You can set the Pt100/1000 inputs to these functions:
"Built-in Grundfos sensor" menu. • "Not active"
Set the "Built-in Grundfos sensor" via the "Assisted • "Feedback sensor"
pump setup" menu. See "Assisted pump setup" on • "Ext. setpoint infl."
page 94. See "External setpoint influence" on page 83.
If you perform the setting manually in the advanced • "Other function".
control panel, you must enter the "Analog inputs" menu
Measured parameter
under the "Settings" menu in order to access the "Built-
in Grundfos sensor" menu. Select one of the parameters, such as the parameter
to be measured in the system by the Pt100/1000
If you perform the setting manually via Grundfos GO,
sensor connected to the actual Pt100/1000 input. See
you need to enter the menu for the "Built-in Grundfos
fig. 69.
sensor" under the "Settings" menu.
Function 1 2

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TT TT
You can set the built-in sensor to these functions:
• "Grundfos diff.-pressure sensor" 4 3
DTT TT
– "Not active"
– "Feedback sensor"
Fig. 69 Overview of Pt100/1000 sensor locations
– "Setpoint influence"
– "Other function".
Parameter Pos.
• "Grundfos temperature sensor"
"Liquid temp." 1
– "Not active" "Temperature 1" 2
– "Feedback sensor" "Temperature 2" 3
– "Setpoint influence" "Ambient temp." Not shown
– "Other function". Measuring range
Factory setting -50 to +204 °C.
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps. Factory setting
"Pt100/1000 inputs" See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

Pump variant "Pt100/1000 inputs"


TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Function Terminals*
"Pt100/1000 input 1, setup" 17 and 18
"Pt100/1000 input 2, setup" 18 and 19

* See Connection terminals, advanced functional module, FM 300 on


page 127.

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"Digital inputs" • "Accumulated flow"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

When this function has been selected, the


Pump variant "Digital inputs" accumulated flow can be registered. This requires
TPE3, TPE3 D ● the use of a flowmeter which can give a feedback
TPE2, TPE2 D ● signal as a pulse per defined flow of water.
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole See "Pulse flowmeter setup" on page 87.

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 • "Predefined setpoint digit 1", applies only to digital
15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole input 2
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● When digital inputs are set to a predefined setpoint,
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 the pump operates according to a setpoint based on
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
● the combination of the activated digital inputs.
See "Predefined setpoints" on page 85.
TPE2, TPE3 pumps and TPE Series 1000 and TPE
The priority of the selected functions in relation to each
Series 2000 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW,
other appears from section Priority of settings on page
4-pole pumps
99.
Function Terminals* A stop command always has the highest priority.
"Digital input 1, setup" 2 and 6 Activation delay
"Digital input 2, setup" 1 and 9

* See Connection terminals, advanced functional module, FM 300 on Pump variant Activation delay
page 127. TPE3, TPE3 D -
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
To set a digital input, make the settings below. 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
Function TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
Select one of these functions: 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
• "Not active" 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
When set to "Not active", the input has no function. TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
• "External stop" 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
When the input is deactivated, open circuit, the Select the activation delay, T1.
pump stops.
It is the time between the digital signal and the
• "Min.", minimum speed activation of the selected function.
When the input is activated, the pump runs at the
Range: 0 to 6000 seconds.
set minimum speed.
• "Max.", maximum speed Duration timer mode
When the input is activated, the pump runs at the Select the mode. See fig. 70.
set maximum speed. • "Not active"
• "User-defined speed" • active with interrupt, mode A
When the input is activated. the motor runs at a
• active without interrupt, mode B
speed set by the user.
• active with after-run, mode C.
• "External fault"
When the input is activated, a timer starts. If the Select the duration time, T2.
input is activated for more than 5 seconds, the It is the time which, together with the mode,
pump stops and a fault is indicated. This function determines how long the selected function is active.
depends on input from external equipment. Range: 0 to 15,000 seconds.
• "Alarm resetting"
T input
T input>>T1
T1 ++T2
T2 T input
T input<< T1
T1 ++T2T2
When the input is activated, a possible fault
indication is reset.
Digital input
• "Dry running" T input T input
When this function has been selected, lack of inlet
pressure or water shortage can be detected. Mode A
When lack of inlet pressure or water shortage, dry T1 T2 T1
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running, is detected, the pump stops. The pump Mode B


cannot restart as long as the input is activated. T1 T2 T1 T2

This requires the use of an accessory, such as


Mode C
these: T1 T2 T1 T2
– a pressure switch installed on the inlet side of the
Fig. 70 Duration timer function of digital inputs
pump
– a float switch installed on the inlet side of the Factory setting
pump. See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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Motors from 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 - 18.5 kW, 4- To set a digital input or output, make the settings

User interfaces for TPE pumps


pole below.
You can set the digital input of the pump to different Mode
functions. Select one of the following functions:
You can set the digital input or output 3 and 4 to act as
• "Min.", minimum curve digital input or digital output:
• "Max.", maximum curve. • "Digital input"
You activate the selected function by closing the • "Digital output".
contact between terminals 1 and 9.
Function
"Min."
You can set the digital input or output 3 and 4 to the
When the input is activated, the pump operates functions mentioned below.
according to the minimum curve.
Possible functions, digital input or output 3
"Max."
When the input is activated, the pump operates "Function if input"
"Function if output"
See details in section "Signal
according to the maximum curve. See details in section "Digital
relays 1 and 2" ("Relay
inputs" on page 78
outputs") on page 80
"Digital inputs/outputs" • "Not active"
• "External stop" • "Not active"
"Digital inputs/ • "Min." • "Ready"
Pump variant
outputs" • "Max." • "Alarm"
TPE3, TPE3 D ● • "User-defined speed" • "Operation"
• "External fault" • "Pump running"
TPE2, TPE2 D ● • "Alarm resetting" • "Warning"
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole • "Dry running" • "Limit 1 exceeded"

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole • "Accumulated flow" • "Limit 2 exceeded"
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole • "Predefined setpoint 2"
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole Possible functions, digital input or output 4

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole "Function if output"
- "Function if input"
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole See details in section "Signal
See details in section "Digital
relays 1 and 2" ("Relay
inputs" on page 78
outputs") on page 80
Function Terminals*
"Digital input/output 3, setup" 10 and 16 • "Not active"
• "External stop" • "Not active"
"Digital input/output 4, setup" 11 and 18 • "Min." • "Ready"
• "Max." • "Alarm"
* See Connection terminals, advanced functional module, FM 300 on
• "User-defined speed" • "Operation"
page 127.
• "External fault" • "Pump running"
• "Alarm resetting" • "Warning"
You can select if the interface must be used as input or • "Dry running" • "Limit 1 exceeded"
output. The output is an open collector and you can • "Accumulated flow" • "Limit 2 exceeded"
connect it to for example an external relay or controller • "Predefined setpoint 3"

such as a PLC. Activation delay

+ 24V Pump variant Activation delay


TPE3, TPE3 D -
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
TM06 4463 2315

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole


DO 3/4 ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
External TPE Series 2000
controller 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
Fig. 71 Example of configurable digital inputs or outputs TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Select the activation delay, T1.


It is the time between the digital signal and the
activation of the selected function.
Range: 0 to 6000 seconds.

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Duration timer mode Function


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Select the mode. See fig. 72. You can configure the signal relays to be activated by
• "Not active" one of the following incidents:
• active with interrupt, mode A • "Not active".
• active without interrupt, mode B • "Ready"
• active with after-run, mode C. The pump can be running or is ready to run and no
alarms are present.
Select the duration time, T2.
• "Alarm"
It is the time which, together with the mode,
There is an active alarm and the pump is stopped.
determines how long the selected function is active.
• "Operating" ("Operation")
Range: 0 to 15,000 seconds.
"Operating" equals "Running" but the pump is still in
T input
T input>> T1
T1 ++T2T2 T input
T input<< T1
T1++T2T2
operation when it has been stopped due to a
warning.
Digital input • "Running" ("Pump running")
T input T input
• "Warning"
Mode A There is an active warning.
T1 T2 T1 • "Limit 1 exceeded"*
When the "Limit 1 exceeded" function is activated,
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Mode B
T1 T2 T1 T2 the signal relay is activated. See "Limit-exceeded
function" on page 86.
Mode C
• "Limit 2 exceeded"*
T1 T2 T1 T2
When the "Limit 2 exceeded" function is activated,
Fig. 72 Duration timer function of digital inputs the signal relay is activated. See "Limit-exceeded
Factory setting function" on page 86.
• "Relubricate"
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
• "External fan control" ("Control of external fan")
"Signal relays 1 and 2" ("Relay outputs") When you select "External fan control", the relay is
activated if the internal temperature of the motor
Relay outputs electronics reach a preset limit value.
Pump variant Signal Signal * This function is only available for TPE3, TPE2, TPE
relay 1 relay 2 Series 2000 and TPE Series 1000 pumps with motor
TPE3, TPE3 D ● ● sizes from 0.12 to 11 kW, 2-pole and 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-
TPE2, TPE2 D ● ● pole.
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole Factory setting
3 - 7.5 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 2000
1.5 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
● ● See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
11-22 kW, 2-pole
● ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
3 - 7.5 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 1000 ● ●
1.5 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
11-22 kW, 2-pole
● ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Function Terminals*
"Relay output 1" NC, C1, NO
"Relay output 2" NC, C2, NO

* See Connection terminals, advanced functional module, FM 300 on


page 127.

The pump incorporates two signal relays for potential-


free signalling. For further information, see Indicator
lights and signal relays on page 101.

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"Analog output" • "Motor load"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Pump variant "Analog output" "Motor load"
Signal range [%]
TPE3, TPE3 D ● [V, mA]
TPE2, TPE2 D ● 0 100
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole "0-10 V" 0V 10 V

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole "0-20 mA" 0 mA 20 mA
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole "4-20 mA" 4 mA 20 mA
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole The reading is a percentage of the range between 0

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole and 200 % of the maximum permissible load at the
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole actual speed.
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
• "Motor current"
Function Terminals*
"Motor current"
"Analog output" 12 Signal range [%]
[V, mA]
* See Connection terminals, advanced functional module, FM 300 on 0 100 200
page 127.
0-10 V 0V 5V 10 V
The analog output enables the transfer of certain 0-20 mA 0 mA 10 mA 20 mA
4-20 mA 4 mA 12 mA 20 mA
operating data to external control systems.
To set the analog output, make the settings below. The reading is a percentage of the range between 0
and 200 % of the rated current.
"Output signal"
• "Limit 1 exceeded" and "Limit 2 exceeded"
• "0-10 V"
• "0-20 mA" Signal range "Limit-exceed function"
[V, mA]
• "4-20 mA". Output not active Output active
"0-10 V" 0V 10 V
"Function of analog output"
"0-20 mA" 0 mA 20 mA
• "Actual speed" "4-20 mA" 4 mA 20 mA

"Actual speed" The "Limit-exceeded function" is typically used for


Signal range [%] monitoring of secondary parameters in the system. If
[V, mA]
0 100 200 the limit is exceeded, an output, warning or alarm is
"0-10 V" 0V 5V 10 V activated.
"0-20 mA" 0 mA 10 mA 20 mA • "Flow rate"
"4-20 mA" 4 mA 12 mA 20 mA
"Flow rate"
The reading is a percentage of nominal speed. Signal range [%]
[V, mA]
• "Actual value" 0 100 200
"0-10 V" 0V 5V 10 V
Signal range "Actual value"
"0-20 mA" 0 mA 10 mA 20 mA
[V, mA] Sensormin Sensormax "4-20 mA" 4 mA 12 mA 20 mA
"0-10 V" 0V 10 V
"0-20 mA" 0 mA 20 mA
The reading is a percentage of the range between 0
"4-20 mA" 4 mA 20 mA and 200 % of the nominal flow.

The reading is a percentage of the range between Factory setting


sensormin and sensormax. See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
• "Resulting setpoint"
"Resulting setpoint"
Signal range [%]
[V, mA]
0 100
"0-10 V" 0V 10 V
"0-20 mA" 0 mA 20 mA
"4-20 mA" 4 mA 20 mA

The reading is a percentage of the external setpoint


range.

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"Controller" ("Controller settings")


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Kp
"Temperature control" Heating Cooling Ti
Pump variant "Controller settings"
system 1) system 2)
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 0.5 -0.5 10 + 5L2
15-22 kW, 2-pole t
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole L2

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole L2

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
t 0.5 -0.5 30 + 5L2
The pumps have a factory default setting of gain, Kp,
and integral time, Ti.
However, if the factory setting is not the optimum 1)
In heating systems, an increase in pump performance results in a
setting, you can change the gain and the integral time: rise in temperature at the sensor.
2)
• Set the gain within the range from 0.1 to 20. In cooling systems, an increase in pump performance results in a
drop in temperature at the sensor.
• Set the integral time within the range from 0.1 to
3600 seconds. L2: Distance in metres between heat exchanger and
If you select 3600 seconds, the controller functions sensor.
as a P controller.
"Differential-temperature
Furthermore, you can set the controller to inverse Kp Ti
control"
control. This means that if the setpoint is increased,
the speed is reduced. In the case of inverse control,
set the gain within the range from -0.1 to -20. t

Guidelines for setting of PI controller


L2
The tables below show the recommended controller -0.5 10 + 5L2
settings:
t

"Differential-pressure control" Kp Ti t

t
L2

L2: Distance in metres between heat exchanger and


p
0.5 0.5
sensor.

p "Flow control" Kp Ti

p p
0.5 0.5
Q

L1
"Constant-pressure control" Kp Ti
ǻS
L1 < 5 m: 0.5
0.5 L1 > 5 m: 3
L1 > 10 m: 5 0.5 0.5
L1

p
ǻS

0.1 0.5
L1: Distance in metres between pump and sensor. p

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"External setpoint influence"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


"Level control" Kp Ti

L "External setpoint
Pump variant
influence"
-2.5 100 TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
L ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
2.5 100 ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Rules of thumb TPE2, TPE3 pumps and 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole and
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole motors
If the controller is too slow-reacting, increase the gain.
You can influence the setpoint by an external signal,
If the controller is hunting or unstable, dampen the
either via one of the analog inputs or, if an advanced
system by reducing the gain or increasing the integral
functional module is fitted, via one of the Pt100/1000
time.
inputs.
Factory setting Note: Before you can enable the "External setpoint
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps. function", set one of the analog inputs or Pt100/1000
inputs to "Setpoint influence".
"Operating range" See "Analog inputs" on page 75 and "Pt100/1000
inputs" on page 77.
Pump variant "Operating range"
If more than one input has been set to "Setpoint
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
influence", the function selects the analog input with
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
the lowest number, for example "Analog input 2", and
● ignores the other inputs, for example "Analog input 3"
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
or "Pt100/1000 input 1".
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole Motors from 15-22 kW, 2-pole and 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-

TPE Series 1000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole pole
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
● You can set the input for external setpoint signal to
different signal types. Select one of the following
Set the operating range as follows: types:
• Set the minimum speed within the range from fixed • "0-10 V"
minimum speed to user-set maximum speed.
• "0-20 mA"
• Set the maximum speed within the range from user-
• "4-20 mA"
set minimum speed to fixed maximum speed.
• "Not active".
The range between the user-set minimum and
maximum speeds is the operating range. See fig. 73. If you select one of the signal types, the actual setpoint
is influenced by the signal connected to the external
Note: Speeds below 25 % may result in noise from the
setpoint input.
shaft seal.

100 % Fixed maximum speed

67 % User-set maximum speed

Operating range
TM00 6785 5095

24 % User-set minimum speed

13 % Fixed minimum speed


0%

Fig. 73 Example of minimum and maximum settings

Factory setting
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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Example with constant pressure with linear "Setpoint influence"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

influence
Pump variant "Setpoint influence"
Actual setpoint: actual input signal x (setpoint - sensor
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
min.) + sensor min.
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
At a lower sensor value of 0 bar, a setpoint of 2 bar 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

and an external setpoint of 60 %, the actual setpoint is TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
0.60 x (2 - 0) + 0 = 1.2 bar. 15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
[bar] ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
Sensor max. ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

"Setpoint" 2 100
The table below gives an overview of the types of
setpoint influence and the availability depending on
Actual 1.2 pump type.
"Setpoint"
Pump type
Sensor min. 0 0
0 Actual 100 % External TPE Series TPE Series
TPE3
input 3.5 V setpoint 2000 1000

TM06 4165 1615


0.5
0 signal, 5V signal

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole


60 %

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole


0 10 V
0 20 mA Type of setpoint

15-22 kW, 2-pole

15-22 kW, 2-pole


4 20 mA influence
-50 204 C

Fig. 74 Example of setpoint influence with sensor


feedback

TPE3

TPE2
Example with constant curve with linear influence "Not active" ● ● ● ● ● ●
Actual setpoint: actual input signal x (setpoint - user- "Linear function" ● ● ● ● ● ●
set minimum speed) + user-set minimum speed. "Linear with Stop" ● ● ● - ● -
"Influence table" ● ● ● - ● -
At a user-set minimum speed of 25 %, a setpoint of 85
% and an external setpoint of 60 %, the actual setpoint You can select these functions:
is 0.60 x (85 - 25) + 25 = 61 %. See fig. 75. • "Not active"
In some cases, the maximum curve is limited to a When set to "Not active", the setpoint is not
lower speed. See fig. 75. influenced from any external function.
• "Linear function"
Speed [%] The setpoint is influenced linearly from 0 to 100 %.
See fig. 76.
100 Fixed
maximum "Setpoint influence" [%]
"Setpoint" 85 speed
Actual 61
setpoint 100

User-set 25
min. speed

0
0 Actual 100 % External
input setpoint
TM06 4525 2515

0.5 3.5 V
0 signal, 5V signal
0 60 % 10 V 0
0 100 % External
0 20 mA input
TM06 4166 1615

4 20 mA 0.5 3.5 V
-50 204 C 0 5V
0 10 V
Fig. 75 Example of setpoint influence with constant curve 0 20 mA
4 20 mA
Factory setting -50 204 C

See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps. Fig. 76 "Linear function"

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• "Linear with Stop" "Predefined setpoints"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


In the input signal range from 20 to 100 %, the
setpoint is influenced linearly. Pump variant
"Predefined
setpoints"
If the input signal is below 10 %, the pump changes
to operating mode "Stop". TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
If the input signal is increased above 15 %, the
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
operating mode is changed back to "Normal". See 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

fig. 77. TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
"Setpoint influence" [%] 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
100 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

You can set and activate seven predefined setpoints


by combining the input signals to digital inputs 2, 3 and
4 as shown in the table below.
Set the digital inputs 2, 3 and 4 to "Predefined
setpoints" if all seven predefined setpoints are to be
0 used. You can also set one or two of the digital inputs
0 20 100 % External to "Predefined setpoints" but this will limit the number
0.5 3.5 V input
0 5V of predefined setpoints available.
0 10 V
0 20 mA "Digital inputs"
4 20 mA "Setpoint"
2 3 4
-50 204 C
0 0 0 Normal setpoint or stop
1 0 0 Predefined setpoint 1
TM06 4167 1615

"Normal" 0 1 0 Predefined setpoint 2


1 1 0 Predefined setpoint 3
"Stop" 0 0 1 Predefined setpoint 4
1 0 1 Predefined setpoint 5
0 1 1 Predefined setpoint 6
Fig. 77 "Linear with Stop"
1 1 1 Predefined setpoint 7
• "Influence table" 0: Open contact
1: Closed contact
The setpoint is influenced by a curve made out of
two to eight points. There will be a straight line Example
between the points and a horizontal line before the Figure 79 shows how you can use the digital inputs to
first point and after the last point. set seven predefined setpoints. Digital input 2 is open
and digital inputs 3 and 4 are closed. If you compare
"Setpoint influence" [%]
with the table above, you can see that "Predefined
setpoint 6" is activated.
100
Digital input 4 Setpoint 7
Digital input 3 7 6 Setpoint 6
Digital input 2 5
Setpoint 5
4
Setpoint 4
Actual setpoint 3
Setpoint 3
2
Setpoint 2
0
TM06 4269 1815

1
0 100 % External 0 Setpoint 1
0.5 3.5 V input
TM06 4170 1615

0 5V Normal
0 10 V setpoint
0 20 mA Stop
4 20 mA
-50 204 C Fig. 79 Principle sketch showing how predefined
setpoints function
Fig. 78 "Influence table", example with five points
If all digital inputs are open, the pump either stops or
runs at the normal setpoint. Set the desired action with
Grundfos GO or with the advanced control panel.
Factory setting
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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"Temperature influence" Selection of the maximum temperature


User interfaces for TPE pumps

In systems with a dimensioned flow-pipe temperature


"Temperature
Pump variant
influence"
of:
TPE3, TPE3 D ● • up to and including 55 °C, select Tmax. equal to 50
TPE2, TPE2 D - °C.
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- • above 55 °C, select Tmax. equal to 80 °C.
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
Note: You cannot use the temperature function in air-
- conditioning and cooling systems.
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
- Factory setting
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
- See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

When this function is enabled in proportional- or "Limit-exceeded function"


constant-pressure control mode, the setpoint for head
"Limit-exceeded
is reduced according to the liquid temperature. Pump variant
function"
You can set the temperature influence to function at TPE3, TPE3 D ●
liquid temperatures below 80 or 50 °C. These TPE2, TPE2 D ●
temperature limits are called Tmax. The setpoint is 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

reduced in relation to the head set which is equal to 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
100 % according to the characteristics below. 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
H H ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

This function can monitor a measured parameter or


100 %
one of the internal values such as speed, motor load or
HHactual
actual motor current. If a set limit is reached, a selected
action can take place. You can set two limit-exceeded
functions meaning that you can monitor two
TM05 7911 1613

30 %
parameters or two limits of the same parameter
simultaneously.
20 50 80 T [°C] Q The function requires setting of the following:
Tactual
Tactual
Measured
Fig. 80 "Temperature influence"
Here you set the measured parameter to be monitored.
In the above example, Tmax. which is equal to 80 °C, "Limit"
has been selected. The actual liquid temperature,
Here you set the limit which activates the function.
Tactual, causes the setpoint for head to be reduced
from 100 % to Hactual. "Hysteresis band"
The temperature influence function requires the Here you set the hysteresis band.
following:
"Limit exceeded when"
• proportional-pressure or constant-pressure control
mode Here you can set if you want the function to be
activated when the selected parameter exceeds or
• pump installed in flow pipe
drops below the set limit.
• system with flow-pipe temperature control.
• "Above limit"
Temperature influence is suitable for the following The function is activated if the measured parameter
systems: exceeds the set limit.
• Systems with variable flows, for example two-pipe • "Below limit"
heating systems, in which the enabling of the The function is activated if the measured parameter
temperature influence function ensures a further drops below the set limit.
reduction of the pump performance in periods with
small heating demands and consequently a reduced
flow-pipe temperature.
• Systems with almost constant flows, for example
one-pipe heating systems and underfloor heating
systems, in which variable heating demands cannot
be registered as changes in the head as it is the
case with two-pipe heating systems. In such
systems, you can only adjust the pump performance
by enabling the temperature influence function.

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Action Special functions

User interfaces for TPE pumps


If the value exceeds a limit, you can define an action. "Pulse flowmeter setup"
You can select the following actions:
• "No action" Pump variant
"Pulse flowmeter
setup"
The pump remains in its current state. Use this
setting if you only want to have a relay output when TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
the limit is reached. See "Signal relays 1 and 2"
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
("Relay outputs") on page 80. 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole

TPE Series 2000
• "Warning/alarm" 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
There is a warning. 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
• "Stop" ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
The pump stops. 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
• "Min."
The pump reduces speed to minimum. You can connect an external pulse flowmeter to one of
• "Max." the digital inputs in order to register the actual and
The pump increases speed to maximum. accumulated flows. Based on this, you can also
• "User-defined speed" calculate the specific energy.
The pump runs at a speed set by the user. To enable a pulse flowmeter, set one of the digital
inputs to "Accumulated flow" and set the pumped
"Detection delay"
volume per pulse. See "Digital inputs" on page 78.
You can set a detection delay which ensures that the
monitored parameter stays above or below a set limit
in a set time before the function is activated.
"Resetting delay"
The resetting delay is the time from which the
measured parameter differs from the set limit including
the set hysteresis band and until the function is reset.
Example
The function is to monitor the outlet pressure of a
pump. If the pressure is below 5 bar for more than 5
seconds, a warning must be given. If the outlet
pressure is above 7 bar for more than 8 seconds, you
must reset the warning.

3
2

4 4
TM06 4603 2515

Time [s]
5 6

Fig. 81 Limit exceeded (example)

Pos. Setting parameter Setting


1 Measured Outlet pressure
2 "Limit" 5 bar
3 "Hysteresis band" 2 bar
4 "Limit exceeded when" Below limit
5 "Detection delay" 5 seconds
6 "Resetting delay" 8 seconds
A Limit-exceeded function active -
- Action Warning

Factory setting
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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"Ramps" "Standstill heating"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Pump variant "Ramps" Pump variant "Standstill heating"


TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

The ramps determine how quickly the motor can You can use this function to avoid condensation in
accelerate and decelerate, during start-stop or setpoint humid environments. When you set the function to
changes. "Active" and the pump is in operating mode "Stop", a
You can set the following: low AC voltage will be applied to the motor windings.
• acceleration time, 0.1 to 300 seconds The voltage is not high enough to make the motor
rotate but ensures that sufficient heat is generated to
• deceleration time, 0.1 to 300 seconds.
avoid condensation in the motor including the
The times apply to the acceleration from 0 rpm to fixed electronic parts in the drive.
maximum speed and the deceleration from fixed
Note: Remember to remove the drain plugs and fit a
maximum speed to 0 rpm.
cover over the motors.
At short deceleration times, the deceleration of the
motor may depend on load and inertia as there is no Factory setting
possibility of actively braking the motor. See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
If the power supply is switched off, the deceleration of "Motor bearing monitoring"
the motor only depends on load and inertia.
"Motor bearing
Speed Pump variant
monitoring"
Fixed TPE3, TPE3 D ●
maximum TPE2, TPE2 D ●
User set 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

maximum 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
User set ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
minimum
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

Time 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
0 15-22 kW, 2-pole

11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
TM03 9439 0908

Fixed initial ramp Fixed final ramp You can set the motor bearing monitoring function to
these values:
User set ramp-up User set ramp-down
• "Active"
• "Not active"
Fig. 82 Ramp-up and ramp-down
When the function is set to "Active", a counter in the
Factory setting controller will start counting the mileage of the
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps. bearings.
The counter continues counting even if the function is
changed to "Not active", but a warning is not given
when it is time for replacement or relubrication.
When the function is changed to "Active again", the
accumulated mileage is again used to calculate the
replacement or relubrication time.
Factory setting
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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"Service" "Bearings relubricated" (Motor bearing

User interfaces for TPE pumps


maintenance)
Pump variant "Service"
The following applies only for 11 kW motors.
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
When the bearing monitoring function is active, the
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
controller gives a warning when the motor bearings are
● due to be relubricated.
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole When you have relubricated the motor bearings, press
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
[Bearings relubricated].
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole The factory-set interval between relubrications is
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
- stated on the bearing nameplate which is placed on
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
the motor. The relubrication interval can be changed
"Motor bearing monitoring" must be activated in order by a Grundfos service technician.
for the motor to indicate that bearings must be It is possible to relubricate the bearings five times
replaced or relubricated. See "Motor bearing according to the preset interval. When the preset
monitoring" on page 88. interval has been reached after the fifth relubrication, a
For motors of 7.5 kW and below, it is not possible to warning will be given to replace the bearings.
relubricate the bearings.
Bearings on motors of 11 kW and above can be Communication
relubricated. "Number" ("Pump number")
"Time until next service" ("Motor bearing service")
Pump variant Number
This display shows when to replace or relubricate the TPE3, TPE3 D ●
motor bearings. The controller monitors the operating TPE2, TPE2 D ●
pattern of the motor and calculates the period between 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

bearing replacements or relubrications. 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
Displayable values: 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

• "in 2 years" 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole



0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
• "in 1 year" TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole

• "in 6 months" 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
• "in 3 months" You can allocate a unique number to the pump. This
• "in 1 month" makes it possible to distinguish between pumps in
• "in 1 week" connection with bus communication.
• "Now". Factory setting
"Bearing replacements" See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
This display shows the number of bearing "Radio communication" ("Enable/disable radio
replacements that have been done during the lifetime comm.")
of the motor.
"Radio
"Bearings replaced" ("Motor bearing Pump variant
communication"
maintenance") TPE3, TPE3 D ●
When the bearing monitoring function is active, the TPE2, TPE2 D ●
controller gives a warning when the motor bearings are 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
to be replaced. TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
When you have replaced the motor bearings, confirm 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
this action by pressing [Bearings replaced]. 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
"Bearing relubrications" 15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
The following applies only for 11 kW motors.
This display shows the number of bearing You can set the radio communication to either enabled
relubrications that have been done since the last or disabled. You can use this function in areas where
bearing replacement. radio communication is not allowed.
IR communication remains active.
Factory setting
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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General settings "Unit configuration" ("Units")


User interfaces for TPE pumps

"Language" Pump variant "Unit configuration"


TPE3, TPE3 D ●
Pump variant "Language"
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
TPE3, TPE3 D ● 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

TPE2, TPE2 D ● 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
- ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
- In this menu you can select between SI and US units.
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
The setting can be made generally for all parameters
This menu is only available in the advanced control or customised for each parameter.
panel.
In this menu you can select the desired language. A Factory setting
number of languages are available. See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
"Date and time" "Buttons on product" ("Enable/disable settings")

Pump variant "Date and time" Pump variant "Buttons on product"


TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- ●
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

You can set date and time as well as how they are to In this display, you can disable the possibility of
be shown in the display: making settings.
• "Select date format" Grundfos GO
"YYYY-MM-DD"
If you set the buttons to "Not active", the buttons on the
"DD-MM-YYYY"
standard control panel are disabled. If you set the
"MM-DD-YYYY".
buttons to "Not active" on pumps with an advanced
• "Select time format": control panel, see below.
"HH:MM 24-hour clock"
"HH:MM am/pm 12-hour clock". Advanced control panel
• "Set date" If you have disabled the settings, you can still use the
• "Set time". buttons to navigate through the menus but you cannot
make changes in the "Settings" menu.
When you have disabled the possibility to make
settings, the symbol appears in the display.
To unlock the pump and allow settings, press and
simultaneously for at least 5 seconds.
Standard control panel
The button always remains active but you can only
unlock all other buttons on the pump with Grundfos
GO.

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"Delete history" "Display settings"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Pump variant "Delete history" Pump variant "Display settings"
TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

This menu is only available in the advanced control This menu is only available in the advanced control
panel. panel.
In this menu, you can delete the following historic data: In this menu you can adjust the display brightness and
• "Delete work log." set whether or not the display is to turn off if no buttons
• "Delete heat energy data" have been activated for a period of time.
• "Delete energy consumption". "Store settings" ("Store actual settings")
"Define Home display" Pump variant "Store settings"
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
"Define Home
Pump variant TPE2, TPE2 D ●
display"
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
TPE3, TPE3 D ● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole ●
● 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
TPE Series 2000 ●
15-22 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
- TPE Series 1000
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole ●
● 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole Grundfos GO
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
In this menu, you can store the actual settings for later
This menu is only available in the advanced control use in the same pump or in other pumps of the same
panel. type.
In this menu, you can set the "Home" display to show Advanced control panel
up to four user-set parameters.
In this menu, you can store the actual settings for later
use in the same pump.

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"Recall settings" ("Recall stored settings") "Connection code"


User interfaces for TPE pumps

Pump variant "Recall settings" Pump variant "Connection code"


TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
● -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

Grundfos GO This menu is only available in Grundfos GO.


In this menu, you can recall stored settings from a You can set a connection code to avoid having to press
number of previously stored settings that the pump the connection button each time and to restrict remote
then uses. access to the product.
Advanced control panel Setting the code in the product using Grundfos GO
In this menu, you can recall the last stored settings 1. Connect Grundfos GO to the product.
that the pump then uses. 2. In the product dashboard, select "Settings".
"Undo" 3. Choose "Connection code".
4. Enter the wanted code and press [OK].
Pump variant "Undo" The code must be a character string, ASCII. You
TPE3, TPE3 D ● can always modify the code. The old code is not
TPE2, TPE2 D ● needed.
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole Setting the code in Grundfos GO
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
● You can set a default connection code in Grundfos GO
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole so that it automatically attempts to connect to the

TPE Series 1000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole selected product via this code.
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
● When you select a product with the same connection
code in Grundfos GO, Grundfos GO automatically
This menu is only available in Grundfos GO. connects to the product and you do not have to press
In this display, you can undo all settings that have the connection button on the module.
been made with Grundfos GO in the current Set the default code in Grundfos GO in this way:
communication session. You cannot undo a "Recall 1. In the main menu, under "General", select
stored settings" action. "Settings".
"Pump name" 2. Choose "Remote".
3. Enter the connection code in the field "Preset
Pump variant "Pump name"
connection code". The field now says "Connection
TPE3, TPE3 D ●
code set".
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole You can always modify the default connection code by

TPE Series 2000
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole pressing [Delete] and entering a new one.
15-22 kW, 2-pole
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
- If Grundfos GO fails to connect and ask you to press
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole the connection button on the product, it means that the

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole product has no connection code or has a different
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
- connection code. In this case, you can only establish
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
connection via the connection button.
This menu is only available in Grundfos GO. After setting a connection code, you must switch off
In this display, you can give the pump a name. In this the product until the light in Grundfos Eye turns off
way, you can easily identify the pump when connecting before you can use the new connection code.
with Grundfos GO. Factory setting
Factory setting See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.
See section 14. Factory settings of E-pumps.

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"Run startup guide" "Warning log"

User interfaces for TPE pumps


Pump variant "Run startup guide" Pump variant "Warning log"
TPE3, TPE3 D ● TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ● TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000 TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● ●
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole 0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000 TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole 15-22 kW, 2-pole
- -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

This menu is only available in the advanced control This menu contains a list of logged warnings from the
panel. product. The log shows the name of the warning, when
The startup guide automatically starts when you start the warning occurred and when it was reset.
the pump for the first time.
You can always run the startup guide later via this
"Assist"
menu. Pump variant "Assist"
The startup guide guides you through the general TPE3, TPE3 D ●
settings of the pump. TPE2, TPE2 D ●
• "Language". See "Language" on page 90. 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
• "Select date format".* TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
See "Date and time" on page 90. -
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
• "Set date".* 0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
See "Date and time" on page 90. TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
• "Select time format".* 11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
See "Date and time" on page 90.
The menu consist of functions which take you through
• "Set time".* the steps needed to set the pump.
See "Date and time" on page 90.
• "Setting of pump"
– "Go to Home"
– "Run with Constant curve" / "Run with Constant
pressure".
See "Control mode" on page 67
– "Go to Assisted pump setup".
See "Assisted pump setup" on page 94.
– "Return to factory settings".
* Applies only for pumps with advanced functional module, FM 300.
For further information, see Identification of functional module on
page 133.

"Alarm log"

Pump variant "Alarm log"


TPE3, TPE3 D ●
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole

0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 1000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole

This menu contains a list of logged alarms from the


product. The log shows the name of the alarm, when
the alarm occurred and when it was reset.

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"Assisted pump setup" Advanced control panel


User interfaces for TPE pumps

1. Open the "Assist" menu.


"Assisted pump
Pump variant
setup" 2. Select "Assisted pump setup".
TPE3, TPE3 D ● 3. Select the control mode "Const. pressure".
TPE2, TPE2 D ●
4. Select which analog input to use as sensor input.
0.12 - 11 kW, 2-pole
● 5. Select the measured parameter to be controlled.
0.12 - 7.5 kW, 4-pole
TPE Series 2000
15-22 kW, 2-pole
-
See fig. 68.
11 - 18.5 kW, 4-pole