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Model Document

MANUAL
Vallox 245 MV D5337
Vallox 245 MV VKL
Valid from
Type 04.03.2020
A3732
A3732 Updated
05.02.2020

Manual

Ventilation unit
INTRODUCTION

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ���������������� 2
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 3
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ����������� 3
Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 3
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 3
Disposal of the ventilation unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 3
Safety signs used in the instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 4
Differences between the models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 4
Mounting options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 4
System description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 4
Ventilation unit control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 5
Ventilation unit control options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ����������� 5
Connecting the ventilation unit to the cloud service . . . . . . . . . . ����������� 5
Main parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 6
Vallox 245 MV / Vallox 245 MV VKL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ����������� 6

INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . �����������������7
Mounting on the floor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 7
Measuring and adjusting the air flows of the ventilation unit . . . . ������������� 7
Removal of condensing water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 7 NOTE
Dimensions and duct outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 8
You can register your
Vallox MV ventilation
unit with the MyVallox
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ���������������� 9 Cloud service and sign
Before beginning maintenance work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 9 in into your MyVallox
Opening and closing the doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ����������� 9 Cloud account at www.
Changing the filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������� 9 myvallox.com.
Cleaning the heat recovery cell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������10
Condensing water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������10
Cleaning the fans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . �������������11
Removing and cleaning the supply and extract air fans . . . . . . . . �����������11
Removing the resistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������12

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS . . . ������������� 13


Vallox 245 MV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������13
Vallox 245 MV VKL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������14
Internal electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������16
Vallox 245 MV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ����������16
Vallox 245 MV VKL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ���������� 17
External electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������18
External electrical connection for controlling the MLV duct radiator ��19
Duct radiator operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . �����������20
Duct radiator operation chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ������������21
In the outdoor air duct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ����������21
In the supply air duct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ����������21
Exploded view and parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . �����������22
Conformity certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . �����������23

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INTRODUCTION
SAFETY NOTE
For further information,
Safe and appropriate handling requires knowledge of the basic safety
go to www.vallox.com
regulations, and of the intended use of the ventilation system. Read
this manual before operating the ventilation unit. Retain the manual for
later reference. If you lose the manual, it can be downloaded from our
website.
This user manual contains all the information necessary for safe
operation of the system. All persons who operate and maintain WARNING
the ventilation system must follow the instructions provided in this The unit is not intended
manual. Furthermore, all local accident prevention regulations must be for use by children
observed. under 8 or by persons
with reduced sensory,
Installation physical or mental
capabilities, or whose
lack of knowledge
Installation and setup should be carried out only by qualified experts. and experience do not
Electrical installations and connections must be carried out only by an ensure safe operation
electrician and in compliance with local regulations. of the unit.
Such persons can
use the unit under
GUARANTEE supervision, or
by following the
The guarantee and liability exclude damage resulting from: instructions of someone
who is responsible for
• Inappropriate use of the ventilation system or the control unit their safety.
• Incorrect or inappropriate installation, setup or use
• Neglect of instructions concerning transportation, installation, use, Children must be
or maintenance supervised and not be
• Structural or electronic modifications or changes made to the allowed to play with the
software device.

INTENDED USE
All Vallox ventilation units have been designed to provide appropriate
and continuous ventilation so as to present no threat to health and to
maintain structures in good condition.

IMPORTANT
In order to ensure that the indoor air presents no harm to
health and remains optimal also for the structures of the
building, ventilation must be kept on without disruptions. It is
recommended that ventilation be left turned on during long
holidays also. This keeps the indoor air fresh and prevents
humidity from condensing in the ventilation ducts and structures.
It also reduces the risk of moisture damage.

DISPOSAL OF THE VENTILATION UNIT


Do not dispose of electronic devices with household waste. Follow
local laws and regulations on safe and ecological disposal of the
product.

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INTRODUCTION

SAFETY SIGNS USED IN THE INSTRUCTIONS

DANGER WARNING CAUTION


Indicates a hazard that Indicates a hazard that Indicates a hazard that
will result in death or can result in death or can result in minor or
serious injury if not serious injury if not moderate injury if not
avoided. avoided. avoided.

IMPORTANT NOTE TIP


Indicates a hazard that Indicates essential Provides additional
can result in damage to information about the information about the
property or loss of data product. use of the product and
if not avoided. its benefits.

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MODELS NOTE


The standard
equipment and
• Vallox 245 MV has an electric 1500W post-heating resistor and an available accessories
electric 1500W additional heating resistor. vary from country to
• Vallox 245 MV VKL has a liquid circulation post-heating radiator and country.
two electric 1500W additional heating resistors.

MOUNTING OPTIONS
• Vallox 245 MV must always be installed on the floor by using a floor
rack.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

1. Internet
2. WLAN MyVallox Cloud
3. Router
4. WLAN/LAN 1
5
5. Additional switch Vallox MV
6. Sensors
6
2
3

KNX bus
module

4
Modbus KNX
MyVallox Home MyVallox Control

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INTRODUCTION
VENTILATION UNIT CONTROL NOTE
For the MyVallox Cloud/
Home instructions,
Ventilation unit control options. please go to www.
techmanuals.info/
ValloxMV/ENG/
Operation of the Vallox ventilation unit can be controlled by the onlinehelp/webhelp
following means:
• Through the My Vallox Control panel installed in the building.
• Through the MyVallox Home local area network connection
and the MyVallox Home/Cloud user interface.
• Through the MyVallox Cloud service and the MyVallox Home/
Cloud user interface.
• Through a remote monitoring service or building automation
that uses voltage signals or Modbus messages. IMPORTANT
Prolonged overpressure
In addition to the integrated humidity and carbon dioxide sensor, can result in damage
ventilation can also be adjusted automatically by using the to the structures of the
optional carbon dioxide, humidity, or VOC (air quality) sensor. building.
When these are used, ventilation remains optimal even when
the dwelling is unoccupied. Each user can use the week clock to
adjust the ventilation to fit their individual lifestyle.

Connecting the ventilation unit to the cloud


service
IMPORTANT
Apartment-specific
The ventilation unit can be connected to the MyVallox Cloud ventilation units allows
service. The cloud service allows for controlling ventilation residents to adjust the
remotely also, using e.g. a smartphone or tablet. Also the unit ventilation efficiency.
software is updated automatically through the cloud service. Ventilation is controlled
To connect to the cloud service, the ventilation unit must be based on the need e.g.
connected to the Internet via LAN and registered with the cloud through the cooker
service. At the same time you create a MyVallox Cloud account hood, ventilation
for yourself. Read more about the service at www.myvallox.com. control panel, or a
separate control centre.
In order to ensure that
the indoor air presents
no harm to health and
remains optimal also
for the structures of the
building, ventilation
must be kept on
without disruptions.
It is recommended
that ventilation be
left turned on during
long holidays also.
This keeps the
indoor air fresh and
prevents humidity
from condensing in
the ventilation ducts
and structures. It also
reduces the risk of
moisture damage.

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INTRODUCTION

MAIN PARTS
Vallox 245 MV / Vallox 245 MV VKL

16

15 6
9
9

88 77 10 5
5

4
4

11
2

11
12
13
14
R model in the figure

Supply air fan


1

Extract air fan Internal humidity sensor (behind the electric box)
2 10

Fine filter for supply air Internal carbon dioxide sensor (behind the electric box)
3 10

Heat recovery cell, 2 pcs Control panel


4 11

Bypass damper of the HR cell Carbon dioxide sensor (optional)


5 12

Coarse filter for supply air Humidity sensor (optional)


6 13

Coarse filter for extract air VOC sensor (Optional)


7 14

Post-heating resistor (245 MV) Post-heating liquid radiator (245 MV VKL)


8 15

Safety switch Ceiling bushing for electric wires


9 16

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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION

MOUNTING ON THE FLOOR


Vallox 245 MV is always mounted on the floor. Adjust the
adjusting legs so that the unit is level.

NOTE
When installing the unit,
reserve a space of at
least 800 mm in front
of the unit for servicing
purposes.

MEASURING AND ADJUSTING THE AIR


FLOWS OF THE VENTILATION UNIT
The accessories delivered with the unit include four (4) air flow
measuring tubes. These can be inserted in the ducts to allow for
easier ventilation adjustment.

92
1
Ø6

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REMOVAL OF CONDENSING WATER WARNING


Water must at all times
NOTE be kept out of the
The Vallox Silent Klick siphon package is delivered with the electrical system.
unit. Installation instructions for the siphon are enclosed with
the packaging, and can also be found online at www.vallox.
com. To install the siphon, remove the front panel of the base
by undoing the two hexagon screws.

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INSTALLATION

DIMENSIONS AND DUCT OUTLETS


Main parts Dimensions and duct outlets
Dimensions
10 6
1038
9

27
3
3

88 7 5
5

1226 - 1241
4

2
1

735
301
R model in the figure.
In the L model, the parts

237
are mirrored.

528
687 1 3
756

25
774

6. Coarse filter for supply air 0


1. Extract air fan
2 4
2. Supply air fan 7. Coarse filter for extract air
3. Fine filter for supply air 8. Post-heating resistor
158
4. Heat recovery cell 9. Safety switch 5
472
7
6 564 8
5. Bypass damper of the 10. Post-heating liquid radiator
878
HR cell (only in VKL models) 1038

Duct outlets
Measurement points
R model
A
Inner diameter of the female collar: 250mm
B 1. Extract air from the apartment to the unit
2. Supply air from the unit to the apartment
3. Outdoor air to the unit
4. Exhaust air flowing outdoors from the unit
5. Liquid radiator output (VKL model) ø 15mm
6. Liquid radiator input (VKL model) ø 15mm

L model
Inner diameter of the female collar: 250mm
1. Outdoor air to the unit
2. Exhaust air flowing outdoors from the unit
3. Extract air from the apartment to the unit
A Supply air 4. Supply air from the unit to the apartment
B Extract air 7. Liquid radiator output (VKL model) ø 15mm
8. Liquid radiator input (VKL model) ø 15mm
Measurement points after the connection outlet.
The fan curves indicate the total pressure
accounted for by duct losses.

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MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE
BEFORE BEGINNING MAINTENANCE
WORK
The safety switch automatically turns off the power when the
door of the unit is opened.
WARNING
Always disconnect the power plug before starting the
ventilation unit maintenance.
NOTE
The service space in front of the ventilation unit must be at
least 800 mm.

Opening and closing the doors


1. T urn the latches to open the upper door of the ventilation unit.
2. Lift the upper door off.
CAUTION
The door is heavy.
3. Open the lower door of the ventilation unit by undoing the
finger screws.
4. Lift the lower door off.
5. Close the doors in reverse order.
There are two unit models, left- (L) and right-handed (R). The
figure shows the right-handed model.

CHANGING THE FILTERS


When the maintenance reminder becomes activated, check the
cleanliness of the filters and replace them if required.
The Vallox ventilation unit has three air filters:
• oarse filter for supply air filters insects, heavy pollen and
C
other relatively large foreign objects out of the outdoor air.
• Fine filter for supply air filters microscopic pollen and dust
particles out of the supply air.
• Coarse filter for extract air filters the extract air and keeps the
heat recovery cell clean.
The filter replacement interval depends on the ambient particle
concentration. It is recommended that the filters be replaced
every spring and autumn, or at the very least once a year.
NOTE
Using original Vallox filters ensures that the ventilation unit
remains in top condition, giving the best results. To select
and order filter packages, please go to: filters.vallox.com
To replace the filters:
1. isconnect the ventilation unit from the mains electricity supply.
D
2. Open the upper door of the unit.
3. Remove the old filters (A, B, C) and discard them.
4. Install the new filters (A, B, C).
5. Close the door of the unit. Ensure that the safety switch catch
of the door is touching the safety switch, allowing the unit to
be turned on.
6. Plug the ventilation unit back into the mains.
The filters have now been successfully replaced.

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MAINTENANCE

CLEANING THE HEAT RECOVERY IMPORTANT


CELL Handle the cells
carefully! For example,
do not lift the cells by
Check that the heat recovery cells are clean roughly once a the layers. The cell
year when the filters are being changed. Clean by washing as layers are very thin and
required. easily damaged.

IMPORTANT
If the unit has an enthalpy cell, it must not be washed.
Only aluminium or plastic cells can be washed.

A
To check and clean the heat recovery cells:

B
1. D isconnect the ventilation unit from the mains electricity
supply.
2. Open the doors of the unit. C
3. Remove the filters (A, B, C).
4. Remove the support grid of the filters.
5. Disengage the upper support strip (D) of the cell.
6. Lift and pull the cell (E) out of the unit.
7. If the cells are dirty, clean them by immersing it in warm
water, to which a small amount of a mild detergent has
been added.
8. Rinse the cell clean with water spray. Do not use a high-
pressure cleaner.
9. When all the water has drained from between the layers, D
reassemble the ventilation unit in the reverse order.
10. Close the doors. Ensure that the safety switch catch of the
door is touching the safety switch.
11. Plug the ventilation unit back into the mains.
The heat recovery cells have now been checked and
cleaned.
E

CONDENSING WATER NOTE


Some condensing water
In the heating season, the extract air humidity condenses to may have accumulated
water. In new buildings, condensation runoff can form rapidly. in the bottom pool
Condensed water must be able to freely leave the unit. of the unit; this is
normal and requires no
corrective action.
At some time before the heating season begins (e.g. during
autumn maintenance), check that the siphon or the condensing
water outlet in the bottom pool are not clogged. To check this, WARNING
pour some water into the pool. Clean as required. Water must at all times
be kept out of the
electrical system.

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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE FANS NOTE
Only the supply air fan is
Check the cleanliness of the fans when servicing the filters and equipped with a sound-
the heat recovery cell. Clean the fans as required. damping grid.
You can clean the fan blades with compressed air (wear
protective goggles) or by brushing them gently.

Removing and cleaning the supply and


extract air fans
To clean the supply air fan:
1. Disconnect the ventilation unit from the mains electricity
IMPORTANT
supply.
The fans are
2. Open the doors of the unit. extremely sensitive to
3. Pull the temperature sensor out of the rubber feed through external shocks. It is
(A). recommended that the
4. Disconnect the quick connector (B) of the fan cables. fans be cleaned in place,
5. Remove the rubber feed through (C). i.e. without attempting to
6. Undo the fan’s mounting screws. remove them.
7. Pull the fan out of its housing. Handle the fan blades
8. Clean the fan. carefully. Do not remove
9. To reassemble the ventilation unit, follow the above steps or move the fan blade
in reverse order. balancing weights.
10. Close the doors. Ensure that the safety switch catch of the
door is touching the safety switch. NOTE
11. Plug the ventilation unit back into the mains. Remember to replace
The fan has now been checked and cleaned. the temperature sensor
by feeding it through the
Clean the extract air fan in the same way. The extract air fan is rubber feed.
located symmetrically on the opposite side of the unit.

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MAINTENANCE

REMOVING THE RESISTOR


To remove the resistor: 10 x
1. Disconnect the ventilation unit from the mains
electricity supply.
2. Open the doors of the unit.
3. Open the resistor box by undoing the mounting
screws (10 PZ2 screws).
4. Remove the quick connector of the resistor:
a. Press down the locking device.
b. Pull off the connector.
5. Undo the two wing nuts connecting the resistor to
the ventilation unit.
6. Lift the resistor out of the ventilation unit.
7. To reassemble the ventilation unit, follow the above
steps in reverse order.

WARNING
Risk of fire! Connect the
cables so that they do
not touch the resistor.

2x

CAUTION
Before removing the
resistor from the unit,
make sure it is not hot.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

VALLOX 245 MV
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Product title Product number
Vallox 245 MV R 3513100
Vallox 245 MV L 3513200
Air volumes Fans
Supply air 245 dm3/s, 100 Pa Supply air 0,170 kW 1,25 A EC
Extract air 267 dm3/s, 100 Pa Extract air 0,170 kW 1,25 A EC
Post-heating Electrical resistor, 900 W Electrical connection 230 V, 50 Hz, 14,5 A power plug
Pre-heating – Enclosure protection class IP34
Additional heating Electrical resistor, 1500 W Heat recovery bypass Automatic
Filters
Supply air ISO Coarse > 75 % + ISO ePM₁
Extract air ISO Coarse > 75 %
Specific energy consumption (SEC) Operating efficiencies
in a cold climate A+ Annual efficiency 75 % A+
in a temperate climate A Supply air efficiency 87,6 %
Specific Fan Power (SFP) 0,59 kW (150 dm3/s) A++
Dimensions (w x h x d) 1038 x 1241 x 773 mm Weight 200 kg

FAN INPUT POWER SUPPLY/EXTRACT AIR VOLUMES


Power (W) Pressure loss in ducts. Total pressure (Pa)
350 400
100 %
300 350 100 %

250 300
60 %
200 60 % 250 50 %

150 200
50 %
40 %
100 150
40 % 30 %
30 %
50
100
0 dm³/s
60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 (l/s) 50
216 288 360 432 504 576 648 720 792 864 936 1008 1080 m³/h
dm³/s
Volume flow rate 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 (l/s)
216 288 360 432 504 576 648 720 792 864 936 1008 1080 m³/h
Volume flow rate (dm3/s)
Input power (total) (W) SFP rate (Specific Fan Power) extract air
SFP =
Air flow (max) (dm3/s) recommended value <1.8 (kW m3/s) supply air

SOUND VALUES
Sound power level in the supply air duct (one duct) Sound power level in the extract air duct (one duct)
by octave band Lw, dB by octave band Lw, dB
Adjustment position Adjustment position
Adjustment position (%) 30 40 50 60 100 30 40 50 60 100
Air flow dm³/s 132 160 190 213 250 143 170 204 230 278
Air flow m³/h 475 576 684 767 900 515 612 734 828 1001
Medium 63 66 69 72 74 77 54 57 60 63 66
frequency
125 62 63 67 69 72 54 54 57 60 62
of the
octave 250 56 62 64 67 70 51 58 61 64 66
band Hz 500 51 56 59 63 69 38 42 46 48 52
1000 51 55 58 61 64 37 41 45 48 51
2000 49 54 58 61 64 32 36 41 43 47
4000 36 42 48 52 57 25 28 30 34 38
8000 28 36 44 49 54 24 24 25 26 28
LW,dB 68 71 74 76 79 58 62 64 67 70
LWA, dB(A) 56 60 64 67 71 46 50 53 57 59
Sound pressure level coming through the envelope of the unit in the room in which it is installed (10m² sound absorption)
Adjustment position / Air flows (supply/extract)
Adjustment position (%) 30 40 50 60 100
Air flow dm³/s 132/148 159/179 192/214 214/243 251/282
Air flow m³/h 475/533 572/644 691/770 770/875 904/1015
LpA, dB (A) 37 39 42 45 48

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

VALLOX 245 MV VKL


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Product title Product number
Vallox 245 MV VKL R 3513150
Vallox 245 MV VKL L 3513250
Air volumes Fans
Supply air 219 dm3/s, 100 Pa Supply air 0,170 kW 1,25 A EC
Extract air 267 dm3/s, 100 Pa Extract air 0,170 kW 1,25 A EC
Post-heating Liquid circulating radiator Electrical connection 230 V, 50 Hz, 14,5 A power plug
Pre-heating – Enclosure protection class IP34
Additional heating Electrical resistor, 3000 W Heat recovery bypass Automatic
Filters
Supply air ISO Coarse > 75 % + ISO ePM₁
Extract air ISO Coarse > 75 %
Specific energy consumption (SEC) Operating efficiencies
in a cold climate A+ Annual efficiency 75 % A+
in a temperate climate A Supply air efficiency 87,6 %
Specific Fan Power (SFP) 0,59 kW (150 dm3/s) A++
Dimensions (w x h x d) 1038 x 1241 x 773 mm Weight 210 kg

FAN INPUT POWER SUPPLY/EXTRACT AIR VOLUMES


Power (W) Pressure loss in ducts. Total pressure (Pa)
350 400
100 %
300 350 100 %
70 %
250 300 70 %

200 250
50 %

150
200
50 %
30 %
150
100
30 % 100
50

dm³/s 50
0
40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 (l/s)
dm³/s
144 216 288 360 432 504 576 648 720 792 864 936 1008 1080 m³/h 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 (l/s)
144 216 288 360 432 504 576 648 720 792 864 936 1008 1080 m³/h
Volume flow rate
Volume flow rate (dm3/s)

Input power (total) (W) SFP rate (Specific Fan Power) extract air
SFP =
Air flow (max) (dm3/s) recommended value <1.8 (kW m3/s) supply air

SOUND VALUES
Sound power level in the supply air duct (one duct) Sound power level in the extract air duct (one duct)
by octave band Lw, dB by octave band Lw, dB
Adjustment position Adjustment position
Adjustment position (%) 54 100 50 100
Air flow dm³/s 181 221 204 278
Air flow m³/h 652 796 734 1001
Medium 63 72 76 60 66
frequency
125 67 71 57 62
of the
octave 250 65 69 61 66
band Hz 500 59 66 46 52
1000 57 62 45 51
2000 57 62 41 47
4000 46 52 30 38
8000 40 47 25 28
LW,dB 74 79 64 70
LWA, dB(A) 63 69 53 59
Sound pressure level coming through the envelope of the unit in the room in which it is installed (10m² sound absorption)
Adjustment position / Air flows (supply/extract)
Adjustment position (%) 54/44 100/100
Air flow dm³/s 181/190 221/282
Air flow m³/h 652/684 796/1015
LpA, dB (A) 42 48

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PRESSURE LOSS MEASUREMENTS OF THE LIQUID SIDE
Water flow dm³/s Pressure loss kPa
0.100 53
0.075 31
0.050 14.5
0.040 9.5
0.025 4.0
0.020 2.7

INPUT MEASUREMENTS

The measurements were taken using 55°C water. Other values have
been derived from these measurements.
A Thermal input, kW
B Difference in water temperature, °C
C Water flow dm³/s
D Air flow dm³/s

Vallox 245 MV liquid radiator ta1=15°C, tf1=55°C Vallox 245 MV liquid radiator ta1=15 °C, tf1=70°C

A 5,00 A 7,00
4,50 0.100 0.100
6,00
0.050 0.050
4,00
C 5,00 C
3,50
3,00 0.020 4,00 0.020
2,50 180 180
3,00
2,00
140 2,00 140
1,50
100
1,00
D 100 1,00 D
0,50
0,00 B 0,00 B
0,0 10,0 20,0 30,0 40,0 0,0 20,0 40,0 60,0

Vallox 245 MV liquid radiator ta1=15 °C, tf1=85°C Vallox 245 MV liquid radiator ta1=15 °C, tf1=40°C

A 8,00 A 3,00
0.100
0.100 0.050
7,00 C 2,50 0.050
6,00 C
0.020 2,00
5,00 0.020
4,00 180 1,50 180

3,00 140 140


1,00
2,00 100 100
1,00 D 0,50 D
0,00 B 0,00 B
0,0 20,0 40,0 60,0 0,0 10,0 20,0 30,0

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INTERNAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTION


Vallox 245 MV

TK 230V 50Hz
MB_A
MB_B
MB_A
MB_B
L L +24V +24V
N N RS_A RS_A
RS_B RS_B

YEGN
YEGN

YEGN
YEGN
GND GND
A TESTER

BN
BU
NTC
L GND +24V
N +24V RS_A
RS_A RS_B
L AHS RS_B GND
N GND +11V1
BN %RH +24V AN/I
D/I1 GND
BU +24V RM/I
BN %RH CO2 D/I2 RM/O
BU
BU
BN

BK
2 1
3
1 2
C 3
4
5
YEGN

YEGN
WT

WT
GN

GN
BU

BU
YE

YE
BN

BN

T1 T2 T1 T2 123456

130°C 90°C 130°C 90°C

T P R1 R2
M

A Motherboard MB_A External Modbus A signal T Supply air fan


1. Extract air fan tacho (WT) MB_B External Modbus B signal P Extract air fan
2. GND (GN)
+24V +24V voltage (DC) M Damper motor
3. Extract air fan PWM (YE)
B
4. Supply air fan tacho (WT) GND Digital and analog ground potential TK Safety switch
5. GND (GN)
RS_A Local hardware Modbus A signal AHS Post-heating control
6. Supply air fan PWM (YE)
1. Extract air RS_B Local hardware Modbus B signal %RH Internal humidity sensor
2. Outdoor air NTC External temperature sensor connector Internal humidity and carbon dioxide
%RH CO2
C 3. Supply air sensor
4. Exhaust air D/I1 Digital input 1
Post-heating resistor with 90°C and
R1
5. Supply air from the HR cell D/I2 Digital input 2 130°C overheating protection
D LAN 11V1 11.1 V operating voltage Additional heating resistor with 90°C
R2
and 130°C overheating protection
AN/I Analog input 0-10VDC

RM/I 24V relay input

CABLE COLOURS RM/O 24V relay output


BK Black

BU Blue

BN Brown

WT White

GY Grey

YE Yellow

YEGN Yellow-green

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Vallox 245 MV VKL

TK 230V 50Hz
MB_A
MB_B
MB_A
MB_B
BK
L L +24V +24V
N N RS_A RS_A
RS_B RS_B

YEGN

YEGN
YEGN
YEGN
BU GND GND
A TESTER

BN
BU
NTC
L GND +24V
N +24V RS_A
RS_A RS_B
L AHS RS_B GND
N GND +11V1
BN %RH +24V AN/I
D/I1 GND
BU +24V RM/I
BN %RH CO2 D/I2 RM/O
BU
BU
BN
BK

C
BK
2
1
BK 3

V 2
BN
1
C 3
Relay output

Relay input
4
5
YEGN

YEGN
WT

WT
GN

GN
BU

BU
YE

YE
BN

BN

123456

R1
T P
T1 T1 T2

M
T2
130°C 90°C 130°C 90°C

A Motherboard MB_A External Modbus A signal V Liquid radiator actuator

MB_B External Modbus B signal T Supply air fan


1. Extract air fan tacho (WT)
2. GND (GN) +24V +24V voltage (DC) P Extract air fan
3. Extract air fan PWM (YE)
B GND Digital and analog ground potential M Damper motor
4. Supply air fan tacho (WT)
5. GND (GN) RS_A Local hardware Modbus A signal TK Safety switch
6. Supply air fan PWM (YE)
RS_B Local hardware Modbus B signal C Heating resistor relay

1. Extract air NTC External temperature sensor connector AHS Post-heating control
2. Outdoor air D/I1 Digital input 1 %RH Internal humidity sensor
C 3. Supply air
4. Exhaust air D/I2 Digital input 2 Internal humidity and carbon dioxide
%RH CO2
sensor
5. Supply air from the HR cell 11V1 11.1 V operating voltage
Additional heating resistor with 90°C
D LAN AN/I Analog input 0-10VDC R1
and 130°C overheating protection
RM/I 24V relay input

CABLE COLOURS RM/O 24V relay output

BK Black

BU Blue

BN Brown

WT White

GY Grey

YE Yellow

YEGN Yellow-green

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EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

7028350
2014-08-29 JS
MyVallox MyVallox
%RH REMOTE Control
sensor 0.3W MONITORING 1W
Modbus RTU
2x2x0,5+0,5
2x2x0,5+0,5

MyVallox
CO2
MyVallox
sensor 2x2x0,5+0,5
1.2W Control
1W
2x2x0,5+0,5

2x2x0,5+0,5

External
temperature Analog input
sensor 2x0,5 two different
NTC 4K7 2x0,5 functions

2x0,5
2x0,5 2x0,5 Potential-free contact
data 24VDC can be
programmed to display
information such as
errors or to control the
Digital input 1 Digital input 2 valve and pump of the
8 different 8 different MLV radiator.
functions functions

Ethernet connection Plug connection


on top of the unit 1.2 m on top of the unit
VENTILATION UNIT INTERNAL
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
CAT 3x1,5S
RJ45 female

POWER SUPPLY MB_A External Modbus A signal D/I1 Digital input 1


Maximum ≤6W MB_B External Modbus B signal D/I2 Digital input 2
MyVallox Control 1W +24V +24V voltage (DC) 11V1 11.1 V operating voltage
MyVallox %RH sensor 0.3W GND Digital and analog ground potential AN/I Analog input 0-10VDC

MyVallox CO2 sensor 1.2W RS_A Local hardware Modbus A signal RM/I 24V relay input
Voltage 24 VDC RS_B Local hardware Modbus B signal RM/O 24V relay output

NTC External temperature sensor connector

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTION FOR
CONTROLLING THE MLV DUCT RADIATOR

24 VDC relay/ Distribution


contactor for board
controlling the pump L N
and solenoid valve

2x0,5
2x0,5

GND

+24VDC

External
temperature sensor
NTC 4K7
L N 1 2

P V
MLV control
Ethernet connection
on top of the unit Plug connection
1.2 m on top of the unit
VENTILATION UNIT INTERNAL
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
3x1,5S
CAT

RJ45 Female

MB_A External Modbus A signal D/I2 Digital input 2

MB_B External Modbus B signal 11V1 11.1 V operating voltage

+24V +24V voltage (DC) AN/I Analog input 0-10VDC

GND Digital and analog ground potential RM/I 24V relay input

RS_A Local hardware Modbus A signal RM/O 24V relay output


RS_B Local hardware Modbus B signal P Circulation pump
NTC External temperature sensor connector V Solenoid valve
D/I1 Digital input 1

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DUCT RADIATOR OPERATION

Always follow first and foremost the connection diagram


provided by the HVAC designer or heat pump manufacturer. NOTE: If the duct
Also read the duct radiator manual. radiator is used in
The accompanying figure shows an example of the the supply air duct, it
arrangement for connecting the heating/cooling radiator unit can only be used for
to the heat collection circuit. cooling.
Connect the radiator output pipe to the heat collection
circuit return pipe. Direct the fluid returning from the radiator NOTE: When used to
unit to the heat collection circuit return pipe. If you know control the outdoor air
that there is a large loss of internal pressure inside the heat duct radiator, the exter-
pump, the heat pump should be bypassed. If this is done, nal NTC sensor is ins-
the fluid circuit will come into operation when the heat pump talled in the outdoor air
comes to a halt. When this happens the pressure loss in the duct before the radiator.
one-way bypass valve Y2 must be lower than the pressure When used to control
loss in the heat pump. the supply air duct ra-
Heating: The pump starts when the outdoor air temperature diator, the external NTC
drops below the winter limit value set at the factory (-5 °C). sensor is installed after
the radiator.
Cooling The supply air setpoint value for the active mode
(for example, At home) controls the pump start-up. The pump
starts when the supply air setting is below the temperature NOTE:
of the supply air that is blown into the apartment. When selecting the
The duct radiator can be installed in both the supply air relay (C), take account
duct and the outdoor air duct. If the radiator is installed in of the maximum
the outdoor air duct, it can be used for both preheating and allowed combined
cooling, or for preheating or cooling alone. If the radiator power supply (6W) of
is installed in the supply air duct, it can be used only for the circuit board in the
preheating or cooling. external MV electrical
box, if the relay power
The duct radiator can be set to function either automatically supply comes from the
or manually. circuit board’s +24V
• Automatic - In summer, the supply air temperature will connector.
be maintained at the level specified in the temperature
setting. In winter, the duct radiator will turn on, when the NOTE:
outdoor temperature falls below the winter setting. Due to the risk of humi-
• Manual - In summer, the duct radiator will turn on, dity damage, in a duct
when the outdoor temperature rises above the summer that has not been insu-
setting. In winter, the duct radiator will turn on, when the lated for condensation
outdoor temperature falls below the winter setting. the supply air tempera-
ture must not fall below
+16 … 20 °C.
To prevent the risk of condensation in the supply air
duct, you can set the adjustment of the supply air limit to
automatic or manual.
• Automatic - The supply air limit is adjusted automatically
based on the dew point of the extract air. When the
supply air temperature falls too low, the duct radiator will
turn off.
• Manual - The supply air limit can be set manually. When
the supply air temperature falls down to the set value,
the duct radiator will turn off.

If an external sensor is in use, it is selected from the settings


of the external sensor whether it is used to control the
outdoor air duct radiator or the supply air duct radiator.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DUCT RADIATOR OPERATION CHART

In the outdoor air duct E IP


F

B C
S N

A
K
D C
G

Y Y2

In the supply air duct


E
F IP

B C
N
N S

A
K
C D
G

Y2 Y

Circulation pump. Not included in the delivery. The pump should be suited to pumping
P liquid colder than the surrounding air, due to risk of condensation (for example, Grundfos
Magna 1 25-80).

Solenoid valve. Not included in the delivery. The valve that is chosen must be compatible
A Ventilation unit V with the heat collection circuit fluid (for example, ELV05006, Stig Wahlström).
B Supply air K Condensing water tube. Not included in the delivery.
C Outdoor air IP De-aerator. Not included in the delivery.
D Feed from the distribution board S External electrical junction box for the MV
E Air extraction N External NTC sensor for Vallox MV ventilation units
F Duct radiator (reverse connection) 24 VDC relay/contactor for controlling the pump and the solenoid valve. Not included in
C the delivery. (For example, ABB CR-P024DC2)
G Heat pump
Y One-way valve. Not included in the delivery.
H Heat collection circuit
One-way valve. Not included in the delivery. The pressure loss must be less than the
Y2
N External NTC sensor pressure loss of the heat pump.

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EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST

33 22 37
21

11

32
10 31
9
24
34 7
20
6 30
4 19
8 25
5

3 26

18 35
13 17
23
2
14 6
27
1 14
13
28
2
16 15 29

36
12

NO. PART CODE NO. PART CODE NO. PART CODE


1 Lower door 3539400 14 Siphon Vallox Silent Klick 3494701 27 MyVallox Control panel 949033

2 Finger screw for the door 990713 15 Base assembly 3527500 28 MyVallox humidity sensor 946149
MyVallox carbon dioxide
3 Upper door 3539500 16 Front panel of the base 3527700 29 949111
sensor
Bypass damper Internal humidity and
4 Door latch 3355900 17 3514200 30 4107985
of the HR cell carbon dioxide sensor
Upper sealing slip of the
5 3516000 18 Bypass arm 3508900 31 Liquid radiator valve 946300
HR cell
6 Supply / extract air fan 1115100 19 Damper motor 930618 32 Liquid radiator actuator 946320
Liquid radiator control
7 Post-heating resistor 942220 20 Fine filter for supply air 978159 33 948517
relay
Coarse filter for supply Supply air fan
8 Additional heating resistor 942220 21 978049 34 935431
air attenuation grid
9 Liquid radiator assembly 3555200 22 Safety switch 948377 35 Motherboard 949032-1
MyVallox VOC sensor
10 Filter stand 3514700 23 Connection box 3526700 36 949112
(optional)
Ceiling bushing for 950445
11 Coarse filter for extract air 978050 24 RJ45 extension cable 952196 37. electric wires
Ceiling feed-through seal 950446
12 Lower support for HR cell 3515800 25 NTC sensor kit 3545900
Glass tube fuse 63mA
13 HR cell 933295 26 952490
slow 5x20mm

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