Altherma HT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Altherma HT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Altherma HT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ay-09 2 2 2 inverter 80CC, -25CC (): 11, 14 and 16kW ( ) 1 2 -25CC

80CC ay-09 3 3 : 3 1 : R410a 2 : R410a R134a 3 : R134a H2O

3 R134a 2 1 ay-09 R410a 4 : Standard Boiler ..-Boiler . Boiler Altherma Split + Monobloc

Altherma (VLCC) Altherma HT 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Fan coils

ay-09 5 : 80CC . ay-09 ( ) 6

: T 80CC, Altherma HT 90% 100% > 90% (%) Max TLWC (CC) 25CC ay-09 60CC 65CC 80CC 90CC 7 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ay-09 8 : . () (). .. : 200lt 260lt 2010 mm 2285 mm 2010 mm

600 m m ay-09 69 5 m m 705 mm 9 : , ... 1335 mm ay-09 1580 mm

200L 260L 10 : Heat exchanger ( ...) R134a H2O Heat exchanger R410a R134a ( DC-inverter) 12lt

Compressor R134a ay-09 11 : PCB ay-09 12 : 200 lt 260 lt 6 Standard

ay-09 UK model Special 13 : : : 23 , 1,56m : ERSQ016AAV1 EKHTS200 (200 ) 70CC Altherma HT (200l coil 1.56 m^2) T(CC) Q(W) 90 20000 80

18000 70 16000 60 50 T_in 12000 T_tank T_out 10000 40 8000 30 Q

6000 20 4000 10 2000 0 0 ay-09 14000 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000

6000 7000 8000 9000 0 10000 Time(s) 14 : : 200 l 260 l ay-09 Heat loss (kWh/24h) 1.1

1.32 Heat loss (W) 45 55 15 : Option kit: EKRUAHTA 2 master & slave. ay-09

16 : 1 : TLWC = f(Ta) 2 ( ) 3 2 Ta T ROOM 1 master room (eg living room) ROOM 2

ROOM 3 Tl TLWC 3 6 settings 1 2 3 4 5 20CC 1 ay-09 : temperature control by liquid or gas expansion

ON/OFF-valve manual control Ta temperature control 7CC 27CC 17 : zone 2 zone 3 : (zone 2 model ERRQ), (zone 3 model ERSQ). .

Altherma HT ay-09 18 : zone 2 zone 3 Zone 2 model ERRP: zone 2 Zone 2 + 3 > 85% Zone 3 model ERSP:

zone 3 ZONE 1 2 ay-09 TEMP. COUNTRIES -30 ~ -20C RU, FIN -20 ~ -10C POL, GER, CE, Nor-EU (except FIN) 3 -10 ~ 0C SP, IT, GR, TKY, UK, IRL, BEL, NL, FR 4 0 ~ 10C POR, ME, SA 5

10 ~ 20C central-AFR Zone 2 countries: zone 2 models Zone 3 and 4 countries: 19 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ay-09

20 Single Phase Three Phase Zone 2 Zone 3 : 12 11kW 14kW Single Phase 11kW 16kW Three Phase

14kW 200 L 16kW : 6 260 L : Standard ay-09 UK model Passivated + service opening 6 21

ay-09 22 : Demand PCB: BUH kit ay-09 23 : ay-09 24

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ay-09 25 : E R S Q 011 A

A V1 Power supply code V1: 1~ / 220-240V / 50Hz Y1: 3~ / 380-415V / 50Hz Minor model change Major model change Capacity index kW Refrigerant code Q: R410A Temperature zone indication S: Ambient zone 3 R: Ambient zone 2 R: outdoor model E: European model ay-09 26 : E K

HBR D 011 A A V1 Power supply code V1: 1~ / 220-240V / 50Hz Y1: 3~ / 380-415V / 50Hz Minor model change Major model change Capacity index kW Refrigerant code D: R134A HBR: hydrobox H/O HT K: indoor model E: European model ay-09

27 : E K HT S (U) 200 Water volume: 200: 200 L tank 270: 260 L tank DHW tank type: No letter: standard tank U: UK tank S: passivated + service opening S: Stainless steel tank HT: high temperature tank K: indoor model E: European model

ay-09 28 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ay-09 29 : ay-09

011 model 014 model 016 model nominal at 1m: 52 dBA 53 dBA 55 dBA night set (max) at 1m: 49 dBA 50 dBA 52 dBA night set (max) at 5m: 35 dBA 35 dBA

35 dBA 30 : 011 model 014 model 016 model daytime (max) at 1m: 45 dBA 45 dBA 45 dBA night set (max) at 1m:

42 dBA 42 dBA 42 dBA : - 3 dBA - 3 dBA - 3 dBA : 25 dBA 25 dBA 25 dBA

ay-09 31 : ay-09 32 : ay-09 33 :

HC (kW) Peak heating capacity (kW) 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 14kW, Tlwc = 65 & 80 11kW, Tlwc = 65 & 80 16kW, Tlwc = 65 & 80 14kW, Tlwc = 45 11kW, Tlwc = 45 16kW, Tlwc = 45 -20 -10 0

10 20 30 Ta (CC) 2 Tlwc = 65C & 80C ay-09 Ta=-10CC, Ta=-10CC, 34 : COP COP COP 16kW 4

3,5 3 2,5 2 1,5 1 0,5 0 Ta = 7C Ta = - 5C Ta = - 10C Ta = - 15C 40 50 60 70 80 Tlwc ay-09

35 : COP COP 16kW (3 phase) Ta = 7CC): Altherma LT Split Altherma HT Altherma LT = Altherma HT = ay-09 36 : : hydrobox + 2010

mm 70 kg 78 kg 1345 mm 2010 mm 120 kg 2285 mm 705 mm 130 kg 600 m m 69 5 m m 130 kg

ay-09 900 mm 0 42 mm 37 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ay-09

38 Tlwc 80CC => - 25CC Inverter : 3 dBA ERRQ, 10CC < 10CC ay-09 39

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