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YMPC-F/EX

MINI-PARAFLOW ABSORPTION CHILLER/HEATER

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

Cooling Capacities
106 kW to 352 kW
Heating Capacities
86 kW to 286 kW

156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

(02/05) GB
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 I-i

Table of Contents

1 FOUNDATION AND MAINTENANCE 4 FLOW CHARTS


DETAILS
4.1 Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 6EX 4.1
1.1 Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 5EX 1.1
4.2 Models YMPC-F 7EX to YMPC-F 10EX 4.3
1.2 Model YMPC-F 6EX 1.2
5 VALVE LOCATIONS
1.3 YMPC-F 7EX and YMPC-F 8EX 1.3
5.1 Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 6EX 5.1
1.4 Model YMPC-F 10EX 1.4
5.2 Models YMPC-F 7EX to YMPC-F 10EX 5.3
2 PRODUCT DETAIL DRAWINGS - INDOOR
UNITS 6 SENSOR and CONTROL LOCATION

2.1 Model YMPC-F 3EX 2.1 7 DIP SWITCHES


2.2 Model YMPC-F 4EX 2.2 7.1 Cooling Temperature Control Selection
(SW1-1/1-2) 7.1
2.3 Model YMPC-F 5EX 2.3
7.2 Heating Temperature Control Selection
2.4 Model YMPC-F 6EX 2.4 (SW1-3/1-34) 7.1
2.5 Model YMPC-F 7EX 2.5 7.3 Freeze prevention (SW1-5) 7.1
2.6 Model YMPC-F 8EX 2.6 7.4 Power Failure Restart (SW1-6) 7.1
2.7 Model YMPC-F 10EX 2.7 7.5 Remote Cooling / Heating Mode
Changeover (SW1-7) 7.1
3 PRODUCT DETAIL DRAWINGS - OUTDOOR
UNITS 7.6 Retry function (SW1-8) 7.1

3.1 Model YMPC-F 3EX 3.1 7.7 Cooling Water Flow Switch
(option) (SW2-1) 7.1
3.2 Models YMPC-F 4EX and YMPC-F 5EX 3.2
7.8 Safety Circuit for Japanese
3.3 Model YMPC-F 6EX 3.3 Market (SW2-2) 7.1

3.4 Model YMPC-F 7EX 3.4 7.9 Automatic Message Reset


on Unit Stop (SW2-3) 7.1
3.5 Model YMPC-F 8EX 3.5
7.10 Fuel and Control Selection
3.6 Model YMPC-F 10EX 3.6 (SW2-4/SW2-5/SW2-6) 7.1

7.11 Remote Start Signal


Selection (SW2-7/2-8) 7.2

7.12 PID selection (SW3-1) 7.2

7.13 Chilled/hot Water Pump


Control (SW3-2) 7.2

7.14 Unit in Operation Control


Selection (SW3-3) 7.2

7.15 Selection of controlled units


(SW3-4/SW3-5/SW3-6) 7.2

7.16 Master / Slave selection (SW3-7) 7.2

7.17 Band Heater (Option) (SW3-8) 7.3

7.18 Capacity Allocation (SW4-1/4-2/4-3/4-4) 7.3

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I-ii 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

7.19 Blow Dilution (SW4-5) 7.3

7.20 Cooling or Heating Mode Output (SW4-6) 7.3

7.21 Number of Units (SW5-6/5-7/5-8) 7.3

8 OPERATION CONTROL

9 REMOTE CONTROL (Option)

10 MULTIPLE UNIT CONTROL

10.1 Multiple Unit Control - Self-Judgement


Function Method (Intelligent) 10.1

10.2 System Setup and Operation 10.2

10.2.1 Connection

10.2.2 Setup

10.2.3 Failures

10.2.4 Start and Stop

10.3 Temperature Control with Multiple


Unit Control 10.3

10.4 Multiple Unit Control Logic 10.3

10.4.1 Setting Conflicts

10.4.2 Communication Errors

10.5 Control Logic Operation 10.4

10.5.1 Calculation of the number of


operating units

10.5.2 Number of decreasing units

10.5.3 Number of increasing units

10.5.4 Start / Stop priority

10.5.5 Number of units decreasing logic

10.5.6 Number of units increasing logic

10.5.7 Number of units decreasing logic


at auxiliary individual equipment.

10.5.8 Multiple Units Control flow chart

10.5.9 Emergency stop (Unit is stopped by pressing the


STOP button on the individual control panel
during remote operation.)

10.5.10 Countermeasures after failures and


recovery to "Multiple Units Control".

10.5.11 Operation with sudden drop in load


or with low load

10.5.12 Remote - Direct (Local) changeover

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 1- 1

1 FOUNDATION AND MAINTENANCE DETAILS

1.1 Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 5EX

(02/05)
1- 2 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

1.2 Model YMPC-F 6EX

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 1- 3

1.3 YMPC-F 7EX and YMPC-F 8EX

(02/05)
1- 4 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

1.4 Model YMPC-F 10EX

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 2- 1

2 PRODUCT DETAIL DRAWINGS - INDOOR UNITS

2.1 Model YMPC-F 3EX

(02/05)
2.2
2- 2

DETAIL OF FLUE GAS CHAMBER


4- COVER PLATES TO
ACCESS RIGGING HOLES

80 2069

SIZE

Ø265
(*1)
DESCRIPTION

Ø150 HOLE
Ø60 CHW IN MALE 2 1/2" ( 65MM )

154

274
194

434
Model YMPC-F 4EX

CHW OUT MALE 2 1/2" ( 65MM )

268

872
178 204
COOLING WATER IN MALE 3" (80MM)

376
8-Ø19 HOLE COOLING WATER OUT MALE 3" (80MM)
125 458 302
P.C.D. 230 330 400

200

197
DETAILS
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

884 300
COVER PLATE
COOLING
4-Ø 50MM RIGGING HOLES 1448
WATER OUT VENT ( 1/2" )
307 53
COOLING CHW OUT 1985
WATER IN

CHW IN DETACHABLE

DRAIN ( 1/2" ) 128 2137


ELECTRIC ENTRY
COVER PLATE OF
(6-Ø32)
FLUE GAS CHAMBER
ELECTRIC ENTRY

1960

1942
(6-Ø32)

1640
100 249

100
219 A
100

1060
890
250
250

100

114
35
783 100 100
249
181 1035 181 34 2069 34 181 1035 181

154 1829 154 1397


2137
PURGE WATER
DRAIN PLUG (1")
OUTLET (HOSE) 2316
HOLE FOR GAS SUPPLY
PLUG (1") FOR

BURNER TESTING DETAIL A

HOLES FOR FASTENING FOUNDATION


(RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF EARTHQUAKE)

(02/05)
2.3

(02/05)
DETAIL OF FLUE GAS CHAMBER

4- COVER PLATES TO
ACCESS RIGGING HOLES

80 2069

Ø320
Ø150 HOLE
Ø60 DESCRIPTION SIZE

154

274
194 CHW IN

434
MALE 2 1/2" ( 65MM )

872
268
178 204 CHW OUT MALE 2 1/2" ( 65MM )
Model YMPC-F 5EX

376
COOLING WATER IN MALE 3" (80MM)
125 458 302 8-Ø23 HOLE
COOLING WATER OUT MALE 3" (80MM)
330 400

200
P.C.D. 280

197
884 300
COOLING
1448 DETAILS
WATER OUT VENT ( 1/2" ) 4-Ø 50MM RIGGING HOLES
307 53 COVER PLATE

COOLING CHW OUT 1985


WATER IN

CHW IN

DETACHABLE
DRAIN ( 1/2" ) 128
ELECTRIC ENTRY
COVER PLATE OF 2137
(6-Ø 32)
FLUE GAS CHAMBER
1960

1942
ELECTRIC ENTRY

1640
100 249

100
219 (6-Ø 32)
A

1060
890
100

250
100

114
35
250

783
181 1035 181 34 2069 34 181 1035 181 100 100
249
154 1829 154 1397
2137
PURGE WATER
DRAIN PLUG (1")
OUTLET (HOSE) 2343
HOLE FOR GAS SUPPLY
PLUG (1") FOR
BURNER TESTING DETAIL A
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

HOLES FOR FASTENING FOUNDATION


(RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF EARTHQUAKE)
2- 3
2.4
DETAIL OF FLUE GAS CHAMBER
4- COVER PLATES TO
2- 4

ACCESS RIGGING HOLES

130 2238

Ø60
DESCRIPTION SIZE

Ø320
Ø200 HOLE
CHW IN MALE 2 1/2" ( 65MM )

201

304
271

530
CHW OUT MALE 2 1/2" ( 65MM )

864
228

346
Model YMPC-F 6EX

274
COOLING WATER IN MALE 3" (80MM)

272
8-Ø23 HOLE COOLING WATER OUT MALE 3" (80MM)
110 543 374
499 400

200
P.C.D. 280

197
DETAILS
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

COOLING 934 300


WATER OUT 1526
4-Ø 50MM RIGGING HOLES COVER PLATE
VENT ( 1/2" )
307 53
2154
COOLING
WATER IN

CHW IN

DRAIN ( 1/2" ) 128


DETACHABLE 2306
COVER PLATE OF

FLUE GAS CHAMBER


ELECTRIC ENTRY

2022

2004
ELECTRIC ENTRY 100 249
(6-Ø32)

1640
(6-Ø32)
219 A

100
100

100

1060
890

114
250
250

35
861 100
181 1113 181 34 2238 34 181 1113 181 249 100
154 1998 154 1475
2306
PURGE WATER

OUTLET (HOSE) 2562


HOLE FOR GAS SUPPLY
PLUG (1") FOR DETAIL A
BURNER TESTING DRAIN PLUG (1")

HOLES FOR FASTENING FOUNDATION


(RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF EARTHQUAKE)

(02/05)
2.5

(02/05)
4-COVER PLATES TO
ACCESS RIGGING HOLES
DETAIL OF FLUE GAS CHAMBER
130 2530

226
DESCRIPTION SIZE
Ø60

Ø320
Ø200 HOLE
CHW IN MALE 3" (80MM)

201

304
271 CHW OUT

530
MALE 3" (80MM)

888
228 274 521 COOLING WATER IN MALE 4" (100MM)
Model YMPC-F 7EX

294
COOLING WATER OUT MALE 4" (100MM)
69 543 374 8-Ø23 HOLE
300
670

200

222
P.C.D. 280

961 DETAILS
COOLING
WATER OUT 1546
490 4-Ø50MM RIGGING HOLES
VENT ( 1/2" ) COVER PLATE
139
COOLING CHW OUT
2446
WATER IN

CHW IN

128
DRAIN ( 1/2" )
DETACHABLE 2598

2022
COVER PLATE OF
FLUE GAS CHAMBER ELECTRIC ENTRY ELECTRIC ENTRY

2004
100 249 (6-Ø32)
(6-Ø32)

1640
A
100

100
100

1060
890
79

114
250

250

79
100
1023 DRAIN PLUG (1")
181 1133 181 249 100
181 1133 181 34 2530 34
1495
PURGE WATER 154 2290 154
OUTLET (HOSE)
2598

HOLE FOR GAS SUPPLY 2854

PLUG (1") FOR DETAIL A


BURNER TESTING
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

HOLES FOR FASTENING FOUNDATION


(RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF EARTHQUAKE)
2- 5
(02/05)
DETAIL OF FLUE GAS CHAMBER
130 2530
Ø200 HOLE

226
Ø320

DESCRIPTION SIZE
Ø60 CHW IN MALE 3" (80MM)
271

CHW OUT MALE 3" (80MM)


225 566
854

324
4- COVER PLATES TO
521 COOLING WATER IN MALE 4" (100MM)
228
ACCESS RIGGING HOLES COOLING WATER OUT MALE 4" (100MM)
8-%%c23 HOLE
69 543 374 300
420

200
222
P.C.D. 280
DETAILS
COOLING 961
WATER OUT COVER PLATE
490 1546
VENT ( 1/2" ) 4-Ø 50MM RIGGING HOLES
COVER PLATE OF
139
FLUE GAS CHAMBER CHW OUT 2446
CHW IN
DRAIN ( 1/2" ) 128 2598
DETACHABLE

2022
2004
1640 ELECTRIC ENTRY ELECTRIC ENTRY
COOLING
(6-Ø32) 100 249 (6-Ø32)
WATER IN 1060

100

100
100
890 A
559
114

35

250

250
1023 100
181 1133 181
249 100
181 1133 181
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

34 2530 34 1495
DRAIN PLUG (1")
154 2290 154
PURGE WATER 2598
OUTLET (HOSE)
2854
PLUG (1") FOR HOLE FOR GAS SUPPLY
BURNER TESTING
Model YMPC-F 8EX

DETAIL A
HOLES FOR FASTENING FOUNDATION
2- 6
(RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF EARTHQUAKE)

2.6
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 2- 7

2.7 Model YMPC-F 10EX

(02/05)
3- 1 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

3 PRODUCT DETAIL DRAWINGS - OUTDOOR UNITS

3.1 Model YMPC-F 3EX

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 3- 2

3.2 Models YMPC-F 4EX and YMPC-F 5EX

(02/05)
3- 3 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

3.3 Model YMPC-F 6EX

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 3- 4

3.4 Model YMPC-F 7EX

(02/05)
3- 5 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

3.5 Model YMPC-F 8EX

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 3- 6

3.6 Model YMPC-F 10EX

(02/05)
4- 1 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

4 FLOW CHARTS

4.1 Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 6EX (see overleaf for Legend)

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 4- 2

Legend for Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 6EX

Description of Valves

Symbol Description Application Design Remark


V1 Cooling-Heating Changeover valve Refrigerant vapour separation Ball valve Closed in Cooling Mode
V2 Isolation valve Main valve for purge tank Spindle valve Open in Cooling
V3 Isolation valve Evap-Abs Refrigerant Blowing Spindle valve Normally closed
V4 Isolation valve Maintenance Compound Gauge Spindle valve Normally open
V5 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen. 2nd stage flow rate adjustment Spindle valve
V6 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen 1st stage return flow adjustment Spindle valve
V7 Sampling valve Refrigerant sampling valve Spindle valve For refrigerant charge
V8 Sampling valve Absorber concentration measurement Spindle valve For solution charge
V9 Sampling valve Gen. 1st stage concentration measurement Spindle valve
V 10 Sampling valve Gen. 2nd stage concentratiion measurement Spindle valve
V 11 Low pressure purge valve Absorber direct purging Spindle valve For Vacuum
V 12 Absorber lower side valve Absorber solution level Spindle valve Normally closed
V 13 Purge manual shut-off valve CHW supply for purge unit shut-off Ball valve Normally open
V 14 Purge activation valve CHW supply for purge unit Solenoid valve Automatically
V 15 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
V 16 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
V 17 Purge check valve Prevention of backflow of air and water Check valve
V 18 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen 2nd stage drain adjustment valve 4 turns open Only on YMPC-F 4EX

Description of Sensors and Transmitters

Symbol Description Application Action


RTD 1 Chilled/hot water supply sensor Cooling mode/heating mode control Cooling (High): Off 5.5°C, On 6.5°C.
During dilution in cooling mode: Anti-freeze operation
below 3°C, return to normal at 6°C.
Heating (high): Off 61.5°C, On 58°C.
During heating mode, but Off: Anti-freeze operation
below 3°C, return to normal at 15°C.
Load calculation based on temperature
RTD 2 Chilled/hot water return sensor difference CHW in/out Only used with Option "Multiple units control".
RTD 3 Evaporator refrigerant sensor Monitoring and safety Alarm <3°C, return to normal at 6°C.
RTD 4 Cooling water inlet sensor Monitoring and safety Alarm < 15°C, return to normal at 16°C.
Alarm > 35°C, return to normal at 34°C.
Cooling tower fan operation On at 31°C, Off at 25°C.
RTD 5 Cooling water outlet sensor Monitoring

Alarm, if temp. difference: abs. sol. out - temp. cooling


water in > 10 K and temp. refr. leav. gen 2nd stage
RTD 6 Absorber solution outlet sensor Heat transfer tube fouling signal >80°C for more than 30 min continously operation
Gen 2nd stage temp. refrig. liquid Alarm refr. leav. gen 2nd stage > 100°C, return to
RTD 7 sensor High pressure alarm normal at 80°C.

RTD 8 Gen 1st stage wall temperature sensor High temperature alarm Alarm: Wall temp. > 165°C, return to normal at 145°C.
Loading blocked at 163°C, reset at 158°C.
RTD 9 Gen 1st st. solution temp. sensor Safety
Alarm: Exh. gas temp. > 360°C and exh. gas temp >sol.
RTD 10 Exhaust gas temperature sensor High temperature alarm temp. gen 1st stage + 160 K.
Exh. gas high temp. cut out: Exh. gas temp. >390°C,
reset at 340°C.
26 RL Refrigerant low temp. sensor Safety Off at 3°C, On at 6°C.
26 EH Exhaust gas high temp. sensor Safety Off at 390°C, on at 350°C.
69 WC Chilled water flow switch Safety Off with 70 % nominal pressure difference
69 WC2 Condenser water flow switch Optional Off with 70 % nominal pressure difference
33 SL Absorber sol. low level sensor Safety Off with low solution level
33 SL2 Gen 1st stage level sensor Safety Off with low solution level
33 AP Purge tank Preesure transmitter Starts purge operation On with increase of pressure = low liquid level
V 19 Pressure relief valve Safety Opens at 0,8 bar g, closes at 0,65 bar g.

(02/05)
4- 3 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

4.2 Models YMPC-F 7EX to YMPC-F 10EX (see overleaf for Legend)

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 4- 4

Legend for Models YMPC-F 7EX to YMPC-F 10EX

Description of Valves

Symbol Description Application Design Remark


V1 Cooling-Heating Changeover valve Refrigerant vapour separation Ball valve Closed in Cooling Mode
V2 Isolation valve Main valve for purge tank Spindle valve Open in Cooling
V3 Isolation valve Evap-Abs Refrigerant Blowing Spindle valve Normally closed
V4 Isolation valve Maintenance Compound Gauge Spindle valve Normally open
V5 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen. 2nd stage flow rate adjustment Spindle valve
V6 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen 1st stage return flow adjustment Spindle valve
V7 Sampling valve Refrigerant sampling valve Spindle valve For refrigerant charge
V8 Sampling valve Absorber concentration measurement Spindle valve For solution charge
V9 Sampling valve Gen. 1st stage concentration measurement Spindle valve
V 10 Sampling valve Gen. 2nd stage concentratiion measurement Spindle valve
V 11 Low pressure purge valve Absorber direct purging Spindle valve For Vacuum
V 12 Absorber lower side valve Absorber solution level Spindle valve Normally closed
V 13 Purge manual shut-off valve CHW supply for purge unit shut-off Ball valve Normally open
V 14 Purge activation valve CHW supply for purge unit Solenoid valve Automatically
V 15 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
V 16 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
V 17 Purge check valve Prevention of backflow of air and water Check valve

Description of Sensors and Transmitters

Symbol Description Application Action


RTD 1 Chilled/hot water supply sensor Cooling mode/heating mode control Cooling (High): Off 5.5°C, On 6.5°C.
During dilution in cooling mode: Anti-freeze operation
below 3°C, return to normal at 6°C.
Heating (high): Off 61.5°C, On 58°C.
During heating mode, but Off: Anti-freeze operation
below 3°C, return to normal at 15°C.
Load calculation based on temperature
RTD 2 Chilled/hot water return sensor difference CHW in/out Only used with Option "Multiple units control".
RTD 3 Evaporator refrigerant sensor Monitoring and safety Alarm <3°C, return to normal at 6°C.
RTD 4 Cooling water inlet sensor Monitoring and safety Alarm < 15°C, return to normal at 16°C.
Alarm > 35°C, return to normal at 34°C.
Cooling tower fan operation On at 31°C, Off at 25°C.
RTD 5 Cooling water outlet sensor Monitoring

Alarm, if temp. difference: abs. sol. out - temp. cooling


water in > 10 K and temp. refr. leav. gen 2nd stage
RTD 6 Absorber solution outlet sensor Heat transfer tube fouling signal >80°C for more than 30 min continously operation
Gen 2nd stage temp. refrig. liquid Alarm refr. leav. gen 2nd stage > 100°C, return to
RTD 7 sensor High pressure alarm normal at 80°C.

RTD 8 Gen 1st stage wall temperature sensor High temperature alarm Alarm: Wall temp. > 165°C, return to normal at 145°C.
Loading blocked at 163°C, reset at 158°C.
RTD 9 Gen 1st st. solution temp. sensor Safety
Alarm: Exh. gas temp. > 360°C and exh. gas temp >sol.
RTD 10 Exhaust gas temperature sensor High temperature alarm temp. gen 1st stage + 160 K.
Exh. gas high temp. cut out: Exh. gas temp. >390°C,
reset at 340°C.
26 RL Refrigerant low temp. sensor Safety Off at 3°C, On at 6°C.
26 EH Exhaust gas high temp. sensor Safety Off at 390°C, on at 350°C.
69 WC Chilled water flow switch Safety Off with 70 % nominal pressure difference
69 WC2 Condenser water flow switch Optional Off with 70 % nominal pressure difference
33 SL Absorber sol. low level sensor Safety Off with low solution level
33 SL2 Gen 1st stage level sensor Safety Off with low solution level
33 AP Purge tank Preesure transmitter Starts purge operation On with increase of pressure = low liquid level
V 19 Pressure relief valve Safety Opens at 0,8 bar g, closes at 0,65 bar g.

(02/05)
5- 1 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

5 VALVE LOCATIONS

5.1 Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 6EX (see overleaf for Legend)

(02/05)
Symbol Description Application Design Remark

(02/05)
V1 Cooling-Heating Changeover valve Refrigerant vapour separation Ball valve Closed in Cooling Mode
V2 Isolation valve Main valve for purge tank Spindle valve Open in Cooling
V3 Isolation valve Evap-Abs Refrigerant Blowing Spindle valve Normally closed
V4 Isolation valve Maintenance Compound Gauge Spindle valve Normally open
V5 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen. 2nd stage flow rate adjustment Spindle valve
V6 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen 1st stage return flow adjustment Spindle valve
V7 Sampling valve Refrigerant sampling valve Spindle valve For refrigerant charge
V8 Sampling valve Absorber concentration measurement Spindle valve For solution charge
V9 Sampling valve Gen. 1st stage concentration measurement Spindle valve
V 10 Sampling valve Gen. 2nd stage concentratiion measurement Spindle valve
V 11 Low pressure purge valve Absorber direct purging Spindle valve For Vacuum
V 12 Absorber lower side valve Absorber solution level Spindle valve Normally closed
V 13 Purge manual shut-off valve CHW supply for purge unit shut-off Ball valve Normally open
V 14 Purge activation valve CHW supply for purge unit Solenoid valve Automatically
V 15 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
Legend for Models YMPC-F 3EX to YMPC-F 6EX

V 16 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
V 17 Purge check valve Prevention of backflow of air and water Check valve
V 18 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen 2nd stage drain adjustment valve 4 turns open Only on YMPC-F 4EX
V 19 Pressure relief valve Safety
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0
5- 2
5- 3 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

5.2 Models YMPC-F 7EX to YMPC-F 10EX (see overleaf for Legend)

(02/05)
Symbol Description Application Design Remark

(02/05)
V1 Cooling-Heating Changeover valve Refrigerant vapour separation Ball valve Closed in Cooling Mode
V2 Isolation valve Main valve for purge tank Spindle valve Open in Cooling
V3 Isolation valve Evap-Abs Refrigerant Blowing Spindle valve Normally closed
V4 Isolation valve Maintenance Compound Gauge Spindle valve Normally open
V5 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen. 2nd stage flow rate adjustment Spindle valve
V6 Flow rate adjustment valve Gen 1st stage return flow adjustment Spindle valve
V7 Sampling valve Refrigerant sampling valve Spindle valve For refrigerant charge
V8 Sampling valve Absorber concentration measurement Spindle valve For solution charge
V9 Sampling valve Gen. 1st stage concentration measurement Spindle valve
V 10 Sampling valve Gen. 2nd stage concentratiion measurement Spindle valve
V 11 Low pressure purge valve Absorber direct purging Spindle valve For Vacuum
V 12 Absorber lower side valve Absorber solution level Spindle valve Normally closed
V 13 Purge manual shut-off valve CHW supply for purge unit shut-off Ball valve Normally open
V 14 Purge activation valve CHW supply for purge unit Solenoid valve Automatically
V 15 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
Legend for Models YMPC-F 7EX to YMPC-F 10EX

V 16 Purge supply of noncondensibles Non-condensibles from purge tank Solenoid valve Automatically
V 17 Purge check valve Prevention of backflow of air and water Check valve
V 19 Pressure relief valve Safety
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0
5- 4
6- 1 156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0

6 SENSOR and CONTROL LOCATION

(02/05)
156-SUPP-100 Rev. 0 7- 1

7 DIP SWITCHES 7.3 Freeze prevention (SW1-5)

Dip switches are fitted on the control board, these Selects whether the unit freeze protection is active:
switches are factory set according to the customer
specifications in the order. No adjustment by service n in cooling mode by pump operation and (optionally)
engineers or the customer will be necessary. by the band heater

n in heating mode by cycling the burner depending


on the hot water leaving temperature. On with 3°C,
off with 15°C.

SW1-5 Condition Remarks


ON Band heater
OFF Combustion Default

7.4 Power Failure Restart (SW1-6)

Defines the restart method after a power failure.

SW1-6 Condition Remarks


ON Manual restart
OFF Automatic restart Default

7.1 Cooling Temperature Control Selection 7.5 Remote Cooling / Heating Mode Changeover
(SW1-1/1-2) (SW1-7)

Adjusts the setpoint of the chilled water supply This option is not available on units for the European
temperature control. market. SW1-7 must be set to OFF.
SW1-1 SW1-2 Temperature control Remarks SW1-7 Condition Remarks
ON ON Cooling (Weak) Setpoint 11°C ON Remote Changeover
ON OFF Cooling (Intermediate) OFF OFF Default
Setpoint 9°C
OFF ON Cooling (Intermediate)
OFF OFF Cooling (Strong) Setpoint 7°C
7.6 Retry function (SW1-8)
7.2 Heating Temperature Control Selection
(SW1-3/1-34) Activates the retry function to restart the unit after a
failure. The restart will occur when the failure condition
Adjusts the setpoint of the heating water supply no longer exists.
temperature control.
SW1-8 Condition Remarks
SW1-3 SW1-4 Temperature control Remarks ON Retry Default
ON ON Heating (Weak) Setpoint 50°C OFF OFF
ON OFF Heating (Intermediate)
Setpoint 55°C
OFF ON Heating (Intermediate) 7.7 Cooling Water Flow Switch (option) (SW2-1)
OFF OFF Heating (Strong) Setpoint 60°C
When the optional cooling water flow switch is installed
the switch should be set to ON.

SW2-1 Condition Remarks


ON Flow Switch Installed
OFF No Flow Switch Default

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7.8 Safety Circuit for Japanese Market (SW2-2) 7.12 PID selection (SW3-1)

Should be set to OFF on units for the European market. Selects a PID setting.
Safety LED will light with failure and be off during proper
operation. SW3-1 Condition Remarks
ON PID 2 P=2.5, I=600s, D=0
SW2-2 Condition Remarks OFF PID 1 (Default) P=2.5, I=400s, D=0
Japanese Ministry
ON
of Telecommunication
Japanese Ministry 7.13 Chilled/hot Water Pump Control (SW3-2)
OFF Default
of Construction
Set to ON if the chilled / hot water pump and unit are to
7.9 Automatic Message Reset on Unit Stop (SW2-3) operate simultaneously. Set to OFF if the chilled /
heating water pump is operated independently from the
Setting the switch to ON will reset any messages directly unit.
after stopping the unit.
SW3-2 Setting Remarks
SW2-3 Condition Remarks ON Pump Control ON
ON Messages Reset Default OFF OFF Default
OFF OFF
7.14 Unit in Operation Control Selection (SW3-3)
7.10 Fuel and Control Selection (SW2-4/SW2-5/SW2-6)

This switch should be ON to control unit operation.


Selects the fuel type and control strategy.
SW3-3 Setting Remarks
SW2-4 SW2-5 SW2-6 Control method
ON ON
ON ON ON Natural Gas – Proportional
OFF OFF Default
Control (Default)
ON ON OFF Heavy oil – 3-Position control
7.15 Selection of controlled units
ON OFF ON Light oil – 3-Position control (SW3-4/SW3-5/SW3-6)
ON OFF OFF Natural gas – 3-Position
OFF ON ON Reserved Selects the number of units operating depending on the
OFF ON OFF Heavy oil – On/Off control internal command of the optional “Multiple Chiller
OFF OFF ON Light oil – On/Off control Control”.
OFF OFF OFF Natural Gas – On/Off control
SW3-4 SW3-5 SW3-6 Master unit Slave unit
7.11 Remote Start Signal Selection (SW2-7/2-8) (SW3-7: ON) (SW3-7:OFF)
ON ON ON Reserved Reserved
Selects a specific remote start signal. ON ON OFF Reserved Reserved
OFF OFF ON Six units are connected -
SW2-7 SW2-8 Signal OFF OFF OFF Five units are connected Unit 6: Slave
ON ON Special remote control OFF ON ON Four units are connected Unit 5: Slave
OFF ON OFF Three units are connected Unit 4: Slave
Not for European Market
unit No. 3
ON OFF Level signal (Default) OFF OFF ON Two units are connected Unit 3: Slave
OFF ON Pulse signal unit No. 2
OFF OFF Remote control OFF OFF OFF One unit is connected Unit 2: Slave
(Default) unit No. 1

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7.16 Master / Slave selection (SW3-7) 7.19 Blow Dilution (SW4-5)

Defines the master/slave relationship if the optional Sets optional “blow dilution”. Not available on units for
“Multiple Chiller Control” is applied. Note: Only one unit the European market.
can be master. All others have to be slave.
SW4-5 Condition Remarks
SW3-7 Condition Remarks ON Blow Dilution
ON Master Default OFF OFF Default
OFF Slave
7.20 Cooling or Heating Mode Output (SW4-6)
7.17 Band Heater (Option) (SW3-8)
Reverses ON and OFF signal for remote display of
The optional band heater is activated in cooling mode. cooling and heating.
The heater will operate when unit is not operating and
refrigerant temperature is low, to prevent the unit from SW4-6 Condition Remarks
freezing. Five minutes after heater activation the Output ON
ON Heating
refrigerant pump will start. during Heating
Output ON
OFF Cooling
SW3-8 Condition Remarks during Cooling (Default)
ON Band Heater Fitted
OFF OFF Default 7.21 Number of Units (SW5-6/5-7/5-8)

7.18 Capacity Allocation (SW4-1/4-2/4-3/4-4) Sets the numbers of the units operating when the
optional “Multiple Chiller Control” is used.
Sets the size of unit if the optional “Multiple Chiller
Control” is used. ON ON OFF Unit No. 6
ON OFF OFF Unit No. 5
ON OFF OFF Unit No. 4
SW4-1 SW4-2 SW4-3 SW4-4 Unit size
ON ON ON ON YMPC-F 10EX OFF ON ON Unit No. 3
ON ON ON OFF Not available in EU version OFF ON OFF Unit No. 2
OFF OFF ON Unit No. 1 (Default)
ON ON OFF ON Reserved
ON ON OFF OFF YMPC-F 8EX
ON OFF ON ON Reserved
ON OFF ON OFF Reserved
ON OFF OFF ON Reserved
ON OFF OFF OFF YMPC-F 7EX
OFF ON ON ON Reserved
OFF ON ON OFF Not available in EU version
OFF ON OFF ON Reserved
OFF ON ON OFF YMPC-F 6EX
OFF OFF ON ON Not available in EU version
OFF OFF ON OFF YMPC-F 5EX
OFF OFF OFF ON YMPC-F 4EX
OFF OFF OFF OFF YMPC-F 3EX

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8 OPERATION CONTROL

Figure 8.1 Power On Sequence

Power ON

Power ON

Timer
5 sec

Burner Controller Microcontroller Start


Power ON initialising

Relay Circuit Power Initialising


ON Finalised

Display starts on Indication Board


Control panel Operation Logic

Power ON

Monitor Safety Shutdown


Interlocks ON Logic

Failure

Operation Power Failure


Command ON Logic

Heating
Change- over

Cooling
Heating Cooling

Remote Remote
Remote/
Remote/ Local
Local

Local Local

Remote Mode Local Mode Remote Mode Local Mode


Heating Operation Cooling Operation

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Figure 8.2 Start Sequence Cooling

1 Start Button ON Operation

Stop

Monitoring ON Interlocks
ON

Contact ON Message Order CH/HW Pump Safety Shutdown


Safety Shutdown
"Operation" Operation Code Indication

CH/HW
Pump Timer 3 min
Interlock

No
CH/HW
CH/HW
Flow ON
Flow

Timer 3 min

Thermo-
stat ON

Safety Shutdown
Safety Shutdown
Code Indication
Order Tower Pump
ON

1A
Tower Timer 3 min
Safety Module
ON

No Tower Flow
Tower Flow
ON

Timer 3 min
Operation Safety
Sol. pump and Refr. Shutdown
pump Safety Shutdown
Code Indication

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2 1A

Tower W Tower W
inlet temp Pump
> 15°C Interlock

Timer 60 sec

Unit in operation

Safety Shutdown

Tower W Burner Controller Safety Shutdown


Interlock starts operation Code Indication

Tower W
Interlock
ON

Timer 2 sec

Damper
Unit in operation fully
closed

Timer 34 sec

Order
Start burner run
Supply and Exhaust
Start damper run
Fan

Safety Shutdown

3 Safety Shutdown
Code Indication

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Fan
Pressure Switch
ON

Open
damper
fully

Timer Prepurge
time

Start to close damper


fully

Damper
fully
closed

Ignition Transformer
ON

Timer
Flame detection

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Refr. Temp
normal

Exh. Gas
Temp normal

HT Gen
Temp
normal

Flame
detection
normal
Safety Shutdown

Safety
Shutdown
Code Indication

Fuel Valve open

Firing

Contact ON Message
"Firing"

Burner
control
Interlocks
ON
Safety Shutdown

Safety Shutdown
Code Indication
Temperature Control
varies Firing acc. to
load

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Figure 8.3 Stop Sequence

Stop

Chiller/Heater
Operation

Operation
Press Stop button

Stop

Start to close damper Contact Off message


fully "Operation"

Operation
Damper
fully
closed

Firing

Fuel Valve closed

Contact OFF
message "Firing"
Damper fully open
Contact ON
message "Dilution"

Post
Purge
timer

Start to close damper


fully

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Stop Burner Fan

Dilution
Supply and Exhaust
Timer
Fan OFF
10 min

Tower Pump OFF Sol. Pump


Contact OFF
Tower Off Stop
message "Dilution"
CH/HW Pump OFF Refr. Pump Stop

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Figure 8.4 Automatic Start-Stop Control

Safety Shutdown

Chiller/Heater
Operation

Stop
CH Temp <-
Automatic
Stop Temp.

Start to close
damper fully

Damper
fully
closed

Firing

Fuel Valve closed

Start to open damper Contact OFF


fully message "Firing"

Post
Purge
timer

Start to close damper


fully

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Stop Burner Fan

CH
Supply and Exhaust
Supply Temp < ON
Fan OFF
Temp

Dilution
Timer
7 min

Tower W Interlock Sol. Pump Stop


OFF Refr. Pump Stop

Order Tower Pump


ON

Tower W
Safety Module Timer 3 min
OFF

Tower No Tower
Flow ON Flow

Timer 3 min
Safety
Shutdown

Sol. Pump operation Safety Shutdown


Refr. Pump operation 8 Code Indication

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8
Ignition
Condition
formed
Close
Shutdown Valve
Safety Shutdown

Safety Shutdown
Code Indication

Start to run Burner


Controller

Damper
fully
closed

Timer 34 sec

Start to run Burner


Supply and Exhaust
Fan
Fan ON Safety Shutdown
Start to open Damper
Safety Shutdown
Code Indication

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Figure 8.5 Failure with Dilution Operation

Safety Shutdown
Chiller/Heater
Operation

Dilution Stop
Failure
occurs

Start to close damper Safety Shutdown


fully Safety Shutdown
Code Indication
Contact ON message "Safety
Dilution
Shutdown"
Contact ON message "Dilution"
Damper
Buzzer (optional)
fully
closed

Firing

Fuel Valve closed

Start to open damper Contact OFF


fully message "Firing"

Damper
fully
open

Post
Purge
timer

Start to close damper


fully 9

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Damper
fully
closed

Stop Burner Fan

Dilution
Supply and Exhaust
Timer
Fan OFF
7 min

Contact OFF
Sol. Pump Stop
message
Refr. Pump Stop
"Dilution"

Press
Stop Button

Tower Pump,
Cooling Tower
Tower Pump, Interlock OFF
Cooling Tower
Interlock OFF,
CH/HW Pump, FCU
Interlock OFF

10

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10

Press
Stop
Button

Press
Reset
Button

Correct
Failure
Reason

Reset Reset not possible

Start
Button
ON

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Figure 8.6 Failure without Dilution

Operation

Chiller/Heater
Operation

Stop

Failure occurs
w/o dilution

Safety Shutdown

Safety Shutdown
Code Indication
Stop Sol. Pump and Start to close damper
Contact ON
Refr. pump fully
message
"Safety Shutdown" Buzzer (optional)

Tower Pump, Damper


Cooling Tower fully
Interlock OFF closed
Press
Stop
Button

Stop
Press
Stop Fuel Valve closed
Operation
Button
Firing

Buzzer
(optional)

Contact Off
CH/HW Pump, FCU Start to open damper
message
Interlock OFF fully
"Firing"

Damper
fully
open

Post
Purge
Timer

Start to close damper


fully 11

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11

Damper
fully
closed

Stop Burner Fan

Press
Supply and Exhaust
Stop
Fan OFF
Button

Press
Reset
Button

Correct
Failure
Reason

Reset Reset not possible

Press
Stop
Button

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9 REMOTE CONTROL (Option)

The optional remote control panel enables one or more


units, to be switched ON and OFF and to be monitored
from a remote location.

For details of connection, cable type and additional


information refer to wiring diagram GLZ 2000 981/01.

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10 MULTIPLE UNIT CONTROL

The standard YMPC-F/EX control logic includes a feature to control up to 6 units in a Master/Slave combination.
This feature is disabled as a standard, and can be activated if required by the factory.

10.1 Multiple Unit Control - Self-Judgement Function Method (Intelligent)

The number of operating units is controlled by the self-judgement function of the load and the outlet temperature
monitoring function of each unit .

Chilled/Hot Water Chilled/Hot Water


Return Header Leaving Header

Chiller-Heaters

1st Unit
1
No Common
Sensor
Required
2nd Unit

3rd Unit

Load
1 Intelligent Controller (Master)

To reach the required temperature (setpoint) quickly at start up all units will operate. By monitoring chilled/hot water
outlet temperature of each unit, when the temperature is close to the setpoint, the self-judgement function is used to
control the optimum number of units to meet the load. When load reduces, multiple chiller-heaters will be stopped to
meet the low load condition.

Control is also modified based on fixing an order of priority of the start and stop operation according to the chiller
operating hours.

Operating Hours Equalization

Operating hours are equalized by monitoring the operating hours of each of the units. By monitoring the operating
hours, the unit with the longest operating hours is selected and stopped first if load is decreasing, and the unit with
the shortest operating hours is selected and started first if load is increasing.

This is not a rotation method of operating (or stoppage) the prior unit, which is adopted to the convention
system.

Ease of Installation

As all monitoring is controlled by unit outlet temperature, therefore, no temperature sensor installation and wiring to
the common header is required.

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10.2 System Setup and Operation 10.2.2 Setup

10.2.1 Connection Dip switches in the control panel are set before delivery
from the factory. Setting details are shown below. Select
All units are interconnected by 3 wire cable (RS-485). Cooling Mode or Heating Mode by the snap switch
The connecting cable should be at least shielded cables inside the control panel control, and set "REMOTE" by
(0.75 mm²). the Remote-Direct (Local) switch.

Connect the shield wire of the shielded cable to the FG 1. Operating units control selection (SW3-3) - Set the
(earth terminal) of the higher unit. For example, In case switch in the ON position.
of 1st and 2nd unit connection, the shield wire is
connected to the FG of the 1st unit. In 2nd and 3rd unit 2. Controlled units selection (SW3-4 to 6) - Selects
connection, it is connected to the same of the 2nd unit. the number of chiller units. (1 to 6 unit(s))

Connect terminating resistors to both ends of the 3. Capacity allocation (SW4-1 to 4) - Set the models
communication line. of the chiller units. (3EX to 10EX).

For example, 3 units are connected, terminating 4. Unit number allocation (SW5-6 to 8) - Set the unit
resistors are connected to the 1st unit and 3rd unit. number of the chiller units. Number 1 unit becomes
the master unit. (No.1 to No.6)
The following figure shows the wiring of 3 units.
5. Temperature control selection (SW1-1 to 4) -
Selects the intensity of temperature control (strong,
intermediate, weak) during cooling and heating
operation.

The units are controlled and operated on base of the


temperature selected by the control system of unit
1. Differing temperature settings of the other units
in the system are overridden.

6. Simultaneous operation of the chilled-hot water


pump (SW3-2) - If the chilled / hot water pump is
operated simultaneous with slave type units, set
the switch in the ON position. Auxiliary equipment
is operated in a bundle. In case of individual mode
(master unit) , set the switch in the OFF position,
auxiliary equipment is operated individually.

The units are controlled and operated on base of


the temperature selected by the control system of
unit 1. Differing temperature settings of the other
units in the system are overridden.

7. Cooling/heating changeover switch (Snap switch


inside the control panel) - Set the switch in cooling
or heating.

8. Remote/direct (local) changeover switch (Snap


switch inside the control panel)- Set the switch in
REMOTE position. When the switch is set in
DIRECT position, the unit is not able to accept
multiple control order.

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10.2.3 Failures 10.3 Temperature Control with Multiple Unit Control

1. Communication error (Error code 26-30) YMPC-F 3EX to 10EX


Gas Proportional Control
In case of a communication error between the Set Point 7°C
master unit and the slave units, units with correct Cooling Automatic Stop 5.3°C

Strong
communication continue in operating. After the Automatic Start 7.8°C
communication error is recovered, the other units Set Point 60°C
will return to multiple control. Heating Automatic Stop 60.5°C
Automatic Start 57.5°C
2. Other Failures Set Point 9°C
Cooling Automatic Stop 6.8°C

Medium
A unit, which is stopped under failure conditions will Automatic Start 9.8°C
not accept any multiple control order. After solving Set Point 55°C
the cause of the failure, press the STOP button and Heating Automatic Stop 55.5°C
the START button or restart the unit, if it has been Automatic Start 52.5°C
stopped by the remote control. Set Point 11°C
Cooling Automatic Stop 8.8°C

Weak
10.2.4 Start and Stop Automatic Start 11.8°C
Set Point 50°C
This order has to be given to the master unit. The master Heating Automatic Stop 50.5°C
unit predicts the load, orders the operation to the slave Automatic Start 47.5°C
unit with shortest operating hours from the slave units
available. In the case of stopping, the master unit orders 10.4 Multiple Unit Control Logic
the slave unit with longest operating hours among the
operating slave units to stop. The following data is monitored by the master unit.

The master unit has no influence on a unit which is in a a Chilled water outlet temperature (Hot water
direct (local) start mode or a unit, which is stopped by outlet temperature in heating mode)
reason of a failure.
b Chilled water inlet temperature (Hot water inlet
In case of emergency stop, press the STOP button of temperature in heating mode)
any individual unit. This emergency stop order is not
accepted via the multiple control connection. By c Status (operating, stop, error, combustion)
pressing the START button of any unit, is this unit
restarted. d Mode (Cooling/Heating)

e Mode (Remote/Direct (Local))

f Operation hours

g Temperature setting (Strong, medium, weak)

h Number of connecting chiller-heaters

The following dip switch settings are necessary for


multiple unit control.

a Multiple units control YES or NO.

b Number of units (1st unit, 2nd unit,……6th unit).


1st unit is always the master unit.

c Auxiliary control (Remote control or individual).


Should be set as individual.

d Model setting (3EX, 4EX … 10EX)

e Temperature setting (Strong, medium, weak)

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f Number of connecting units 10.5 Control Logic Operation

The following snap switch settings are necessary: Load prediction

a Cooling-Heating changeover (Cooling The load prediction is calculated by each units


mode/Heating mode) chilled/hot water inlet and outlet temperature difference
and the model related nominal capacity.
b Remote-Direct (Local) changeover
(Remote/Direct (Local)) Example:

10.4.1 Setting Conflicts In case 3 units are connected: 3EX (106 kW) + 3EX (106
kW) + 8EX (281 kW)
Temperature setting (Strong, medium, weak) refer to
1st unit (master unit) setting. In case other units (2nd ~) t1 = 12° … 1st unit chilled/hot water inlet temperature
have different setting, are they all operating based on
the setting of the 1st unit. t2 = 12° … 2nd unit chilled/hot water inlet temperature

Number of connected chiller-heater units: t3 = 12° … 3rd unit chilled/hot water inlet temperature

The number of connected units is set by dip switches in ∆t1 = 5° … 1st unit chilled/hot water inlet and outlet
the control panel of the 1st unit (master unit). If the actual temperature difference (operating on full load)
number of units is less than set by the dip switch
settings, the units are always operating with the logic of ∆t2 = 5° … 2nd unit chilled/hot water inlet and outlet
the dip switch settings. This may result in fluctuating temperature difference (operating on full load)
supply temperature.
∆t3 = 0° … 3rd unit chilled/hot water inlet and outlet
Remote - Direct (Local) changeover switch on the temperature difference (unit stopped)
master unit is set to position DIRECT (LOCAL), the
signals of the multiple units control (start, stop) are not The temperature difference of stopped units is to be
transferred. set to zero.
10.4.2 Communication Errors Q01 = 106 kW …1st unit nominal capacity
Communication between the chiller-heaters is Q02 = 106 kW …2nd unit nominal capacity
continuous. When 20 consecutive communication
failures have occurred, a communication error is Q03 = 281 kW …3rd unit nominal capacity
displayed and the unit with communication failure is
stopped. (If the communication is not established at K1 = Q01 / (Q01 + Q02 + Q03) …1st unit contributing rate
least 1 time in 3 seconds, it is judged to be a failure.
K2 = Q02 / (Q01 + Q02 + Q03) …2nd unit contributing rate
In case the 1st unit (master unit) has the abnormality of
communication error, the 2nd~6th units are stopped K3 = Q03 / (Q01 + Q02 + Q03) …3rd unit contributing rate
and only the master units continues the operation.
∆t = ∆t1 x K1 + ∆t2 x K2 + ∆t3 x K3 … Average inlet and
If a communication failure is recovered to normal
outlet temperature difference.
operation, the units return to multiple units control.
Q0 = ∆t / 5 …Load condition (prediction)

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10.5.1 Calculation of the number of operating units 10.5.4 Start / Stop priority

All chiller-heaters are set into operation at starting. After The master unit counts the operation time of each unit,
the chilled (hot) water outlet temperature changes to the and sets priorities in starting operation in direct relation
preset temperature (see table "Temperature Setting"), to the operation time. It also sets priorities of stopping
load is only predicted from the temperature difference operation in direct relation to the operation time.
between chilled/hot water inlet and outlet, and this value
creates the order about the number of stopping units This priority setting becomes active every time the
(decreasing number of units). number of operating units should be increased or
decreased.
The condition, which decides about decreasing the
number of operating units depends on the number of 10.5.5 Number of units decreasing logic
connected units as follows:
The units are stopped in direct relation to the operation
2 units are connected 1 unit is stopped when the time of the units in operation. Units with REMOTE
load drops 40% and below. setting, but stopping by failure or by normal condition,
are judged to be stopping units.
3 units are connected 1 unit is stopped when the
load drops 55% and below. 10.5.6 Number of units increasing logic

4 units are connected 2 units are stopped when the The units are operated in direct relation to the operation
load drops 45% and below. time of the stopped units. Units with REMOTE setting,
but stopped by failure or by normal condition, are started
The 1st unit is stopped when at the last.
the load drops 70% and below.
10.5.7 Number of units decreasing logic at auxiliary
individual equipment.
5 units are connected 2 units are stopped when the
load drops 55% and below.
In case auxiliary equipment is individually (every
The 1st unit is stopped when chiller-heater is connected with a separate set of
the load drops 75% and below. auxiliary equipment), at least 1 chiller-heater is
continuing operation to prevent from stop of all
6 units are connected 3 units are stopped when the chilled-hot water pumps. Interlocks with chilled-hot
load drops 48% and below. water pump, cooling water pump and cooling tower are
connected individually. There is no different in operation
The 1st unit is stopped when between auxiliary equipment in bundle and individually
the load drops 80% and below. accepted interlock connection.

10.5.8 Multiple Units Control flow chart


The master unit is not able to send a start / stop order to
a slave unit which is set in DIRECT (LOCAL) position or
Refer to the attached flow charts.
if a communication failure is displayed. (The control
logic is selected by setting the number and model of 10.5.9 Emergency stop (Unit is stopped by pressing the
units.) STOP button on the individual control panel
during remote operation.)
10.5.2 Number of decreasing units
By pressing the STOP button on the control panel, the
The number of units decreasing by reason of the load individual unit is stopped. Under multiple operating, this
prediction after starting is performed by monitoring of stopping unit is set as a unit, not able to operate and the
the chilled/hot water outlet temperature (see table master unit will not output a further start signal to this
"Temperature Setting"). unit. However, if load increases for one more unit, the
master unit outputs a start order to one of the stopped
10.5.3 Number of increasing units
units. By pressing the START button, the unit is
re-started and again within the "Multiple Units Control".
The number of units increasing is judged by the
chilled/hot water outlet temperature condition (cooling: When the REMOTE-DIRECT (LOCAL) changeover
increasing, heating: decreasing) and the outlet switch is set in DIRECT (LOCAL) position, the unit does
temperature (see table "Temperature Setting"). not accept the order of "Multiple Units Control".

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If a unit is operating by receiving the "Multiple Units


Control" signal, and the REMOTE-DIRECT (LOCAL)
changeover switch will be set in DIRECT (LOCAL)
position, the unit continues to operate.

If a unit is stopped by receiving the "Multiple Units


Control" signal, and the REMOTE-DIRECT (LOCAL)
changeover switch will be set from REMOTE position to
DIRECT (LOCAL) position during this stopping, the
stopping will be continued.

10.5.10 Countermeasures after failures and recovery to


"Multiple Units Control".

In case the unit was stopped by a failure is the unit


recovered to "Multiple Units Control" by pressing the
STOP button and the START button AFTER eliminated
the cause of the trouble. Or, after eliminating the cause
of the failure, the failure message may be reset by
performing STOP in REMOTE mode (all units are
stopped).

10.5.11 Operation with sudden drop in load or with low


load

In case the multiple units control is not able to follow the


drop in load, each unit will be automatically stopped by
the safety devices of the unit. By this action the number
of units, counted by the master unit to be in operation will
be different from the real number of operating units. To
overcome this divergence the master unit compares
during a 20 minutes cycle between the number of units,
counted by the master unit to be in operation with the
number of units with active combustion.

10.5.12 Remote - Direct (Local) changeover

All units shall be set in the REMOTE position under


"multiple units control" operation.

A unit, which is set in DIRECT (LOCAL) position, does


not accept a multiple units control order.

The REMOTE / DIRECT (LOCAL) changeover


operation is not accepted during operating and dilution
cycle.

In case changeover from DIRECT (LOCAL) to


REMOTE is performed during stopping of the unit, this
unit returns to multiple units control. When this unit
receives a start order, this unit is started operation
again. Stopping is continued, if no start order is given to
this chiller-heater by the master unit.

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Multiple Unit Control - Flow Chart

Power On
Table 1
Strong Middle Weak
Response Monitoring Period: 3 seconds Cooling tn < 7.5 tn < 9.5 tn < 11.5
Retry Number of Times : 20 times
Communication NO Heating tn > 58 tn > 53 tn > 48
is established

Table 2
YES
Communication Error Strong Middle Weak
Confirmation of number Cooling tn < 6.8 tn < 8.8 tn < 10.8
of units
Heating tn > 59 tn > 54 tn > 49
Code Unit No.
H
26 1 to 2
Table 3
27 1 to 3
NO Strong Middle Weak
t n < Table 1
28 1 to 4
Cooling tn < 8 tn < 10 tn < 12
29 1 to 5
YES 30 1 to 6 Heating tn > 57 tn > 52 tn > 47

(No. 1 unit is master unit)


tn : Lowest (highest) chilled (hot) water outlet
NO temperature among operating units.
Load Condition
< Table 5

YES
NO
tn < Table 2 K

YES
Number of NO
Table 4
connecting
Number of connecting units > 4
units 2 3 4 5 6
Number of units is Number of decreasing
decreased 1 1 2 2 3 YES
units

Table 5
NO
Number of connecting Load Condition
M units 2 3 4 5 6 < Table 6
Load factor X 40 55 45 55 48
NO
Table 6 YES tn < Table 2
Number of Number of connecting
connecting units 2 3 4 5 6
units > 2 YES
Load factor Y - - 70 75 80
YES
L
NO H
2 minutes
passage (T10)
YES

YES
Number of NO
NO operating
units > 3
tn < Table 2

YES
I
YES

Number
of operating NO
units < 2 2 units decreasing 1 unit decreasing

YES

NO 2 minutes
passage (T15)
NO
1 minute passage
1 unit decreasing YES (T11)

E YES

A
F

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A F

Malfunction is
NO Temperature t 1 sampling
occurred
J

YES

Operating unit
is changed
NO
2 minute passage
(T8)

1 unit of YES
NO
unit
operation

YES
Temperature t 5 sampling
No NO
combustion
X1
NO
YES
t 5 > t1

NO 30 minutes YES NO
passed after
tn < Table 2
operation
(T13) Table 3
YES YES
tn < 8°C
YES

B
NO

G
Temperature t 1 sampling

NO
2 minutes passage
(T8)
D
YES

Temperature t 5 sampling 1 unit increasing

X1
NO NO
5 minutes
t 5 > t1 passage (T12)

YES
YES

YES
tn < Table 3 No. of operating NO
units = No. of
connecting units

NO
YES
C
H M I

NO
Combusting X 1: Shows cooling (increasing)
In case heating, becomes ‘< ’ (decreasing)

t1 ,t5 : Chilled (hot) water outlet average temperature (°C)


YES of operating units

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NOTES

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