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HRV EPCE02-20A Heat Recovery Ventilation VAM - FA series Combined Air Conditioning and Ventilation for
HRV EPCE02-20A Heat Recovery Ventilation VAM - FA series Combined Air Conditioning and Ventilation for

HRV

EPCE02-20A

Heat Recovery Ventilation

VAM - FA series

HRV EPCE02-20A Heat Recovery Ventilation VAM - FA series Combined Air Conditioning and Ventilation for Energy

Combined

Air Conditioning

and Ventilation for Energy Efficiency

and Comfort

Heat Recovery Ventilation VAM - FA series Combined Air Conditioning and Ventilation for Energy Efficiency and

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INTRODUCTION

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FEATU RE S OF DAI KI N H RV

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First-class compactness in the industry

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First-class energy conservation in the industry

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Simple design and construction

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Cleanliness

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CONTROL SYSTEMS

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Centralised control of air conditioning and ventilation

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Various control systems according to applications and conditions

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MODE L LI N E-U P

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DI M E N SION S

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SPECI FICATION S

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ACCE SSORI E S

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Installation of accessories

p 19

List of accessories

p 19

PC board adapter for heater control kit

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Direct expansion coil unit

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The HRV creates a high-quality environment by interlocking with the air conditioner

Introduction

Daikin's HRV (Heat Recovery Ventilation) recovers heat energy lost through ventilation and holds down room temperature changes caused by ventilation, thereby maintaining a comfortable and clean environment. This also curbs the load on the air conditioning system and conserves energy.

In addition, the HRV is interlocked to Daikin's VRV system, Sky Air and other air conditioning systems and automatically switches over ventilation mode,further increasing the effects of energy conservation. HRV operation has been centralised on the air conditioner remote control allowing total control over air conditioning and ventilation with a simple configuration.

VAM-FA Series Released ! 9 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM !

First-class compactness in the industry

Has been achieved by employing a newly developed High Efficiency Paper (HEP) element, and using an optimized fan and airflow passage design.

First-class energy conservation in the industry

A total of 28% reduction of air conditioning load has been achieved through a combined use of total heat exchange mode, linked operation with an air conditioner, and pre-heat/pre-cool control.

Standard operation down to -15°C

The new operation mode is activated when outdoor temperature goes down to -10°C or below, preventing freezing or condensation in the unit. Standard models can now be used in cold climate regions.

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LCD remote control for indoor unit BRC1C517 DAIKIN INDOOR UNIT • Operating mode signal •
LCD remote control for indoor unit BRC1C517 DAIKIN INDOOR UNIT • Operating mode signal •

LCD remote control for indoor unit

BRC1C517

DAIKIN INDOOR UNIT

•
control for indoor unit BRC1C517 DAIKIN INDOOR UNIT • Operating mode signal • Filter cleaning signal
control for indoor unit BRC1C517 DAIKIN INDOOR UNIT • Operating mode signal • Filter cleaning signal
control for indoor unit BRC1C517 DAIKIN INDOOR UNIT • Operating mode signal • Filter cleaning signal
control for indoor unit BRC1C517 DAIKIN INDOOR UNIT • Operating mode signal • Filter cleaning signal

Operating mode signal

• Filter cleaning signal

• Failure detection signal

HRV UNIT
HRV UNIT

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• ON/OFF signal

• Cooling/Heating mode signal

• Set temperature signal

• Ventilation signal

• Humidifier ON/OFF signal

Features of Daikin HRV

VAM-FA series

First-class compactness in the industry

HRV VAM-FA series First-class compactness in the industry • Installation under the floor of a small

• Installation under the floor of a small building

348mm • Installation under a beam
348mm
• Installation under a beam
of a small building 348mm • Installation under a beam • Installation in an irregular space

• Installation in an irregular space

under a beam • Installation in an irregular space First-class compactness in the i ndustry, yet

First-class compactness in the industry, yet incorporating the same performance and functions, 9 models of the VAM-FA series have been released.

• Over 30% 30% size reduction

The use of the specially developed High Efficiency Paper (HEP)

element and optimized design of the fan and airflow passages,

has enabled first-class compactness in the industry while maintaining some 28% reduction of air conditioning load as before. The height of the main unit has been reduced by up to 40mm and easily fits in limited spaces, such as in ceilings.

The VAM1000FA5VE is 348mm high and can be installed in narrow ceiling voids.

348mm high and can be installed in narrow ceiling voids. • Specially developed HEP element The

Specially developed HEP element

The heat exchange element uses a High Efficiency Paper (HEP) that has superior moisture-absorption and humidifying properties and doubles the current efficiency of moisture-absorption. This heat exchange unit speedily recovers heat contained in latent heat (vapor) and its volume has been reduced about 25% while maintaining the same heat recovery efficiency. This element employs a material with superior flame-resistant properties and is treated with an anti-molding agent.

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First-class energy conservation in the industry

• Auto-ventilation mode changeover switching

Automatically switches the ventilation mode (Total Heat Exchange Mode/Bypass Mode) according to the operating status of the air conditioner.

TOTAL HEAT EXCHANGE MODE (cooling operation in summer/heating operation in winter)

Air exhaust fan

Heat exchange element

Room temperature sensor

Return air Exhaust air Outdoor Supply air air intake Outdoor air temperature sensor Air supply
Return air
Exhaust
air
Outdoor
Supply air
air intake
Outdoor air temperature sensor
Air supply fan
BYPASS MODE (“Intermediate” season)
Heat exchange element
Indoor air
Air exhaust fan
temperature sensor
Return air
Exhaust
air
Air supply fan
Outdoor
Supply air*
air intake
Intermediate season

Outdoor air temperature sensor

* The air cannot be supplied at the same temperature as the outdoor air because it is partly heat exchanged.

Air Conditioning Load Reduced by 28% on Average (maximum 40%)

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20% by operating in total heat exchange mode (in comparison with normal ventilation fans)

Another approximately 6% gained by auto-ventilation mode changeover switchingexchange mode (in comparison with normal ventilation fans) Yet another approximately 2% by pre-cool, pre-heat control

Yet another approximately 2% by pre-cool, pre-heat control6% gained by auto-ventilation mode changeover switching Note The values mentioned above may vary according to

Note The values mentioned above may vary according to weather and other environmental conditions at the location of the unit’s installation.

Pre-cool, Pre-heat control

Reduces air conditioning load by not running the HRV while air is still clean soon after the air conditioner is turned ON.

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Features of Daikin HRV

VAM-FA series

Simple design and construction

Switch box Access door
Switch box
Access door

Maintenance cover

The unit can be installed upside down in accordance with the conditions of the location.

With only one 450mm square inspection aperture, maintenance and heat exchange element replacement can be performed with ease.

Cleanliness

• Fresh-up Operation

The user can select between two fresh-up modes using the remote control.

• Prevents dust from falling with directly mounted ducts

• A sign is displayed on the remote control when the air filter needs cleaning

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Supply rich mode:

Raising the air supply maintains proper room pressure to prevent back-flow of toilet/kitchen odours or moisture inflow.

Portion of fresh-up operation Normal HRV ventilation fan Air exhaust Air supply
Portion of fresh-up
operation
Normal
HRV
ventilation fan
Air exhaust
Air supply

eg. Office

2
2

Exhaust rich mode:

Raising exhaust air decreases room pressure to prevent the leaking of odours or floating bacteria into other rooms.

Air exhaust

HRV Floor area Air supply Sick room Portion of exhaust operation
HRV
Floor area
Air supply
Sick room
Portion of
exhaust
operation

eg. Hospital

OFF Dust
OFF
Dust

With Competitors' Products

When conventional total heat exchange units, which are independently operated using a dedicated remote control, are directly connected by a duct, there is a possibility of dust falling from the air filter of the indoor unit when the air conditioner is OFF.

Blowing mode No dust is blown out
Blowing mode
No dust is blown out

With HRV

When the HRV is operating independently, the fan in a interlocked indoor unit continues turning, so dust does not fall from the air filter.

Centralised control of air conditioning and ventilation

Centralised control of air conditioning and ventilation Control systems The operation of the air conditio ner

Control

systems

The operation of the air conditioner using its remote control is interlocked to the operation of the HRV, greatly simplifying overall system operation. In addition, installation work associated with the HRV remote control is not necessary because operations for air conditioning and ventilation are completely centralised on the air conditioner remote control. Also, the use of such a centralised remote control allows the user to choose a wide range of control systems that integrate air conditioning and ventilation. Furthermore, by using a variety of centralised control equipment, the user can build a large, high- grade centralised control system.

Operations and control with the air conditioner remote control - BRC1C517

Simultaneous ON/OFF of the HRV and air conditioner

Fan speed and ventilation mode can be altered by a simple push on the button. After a few seconds, the HRV display will return to the standard display showing the settings of the indoor unit

Independent operation of the HRV

Self-diagnosis functions

Filter sign display and reset

Timer settings (simultaneous control with air conditioner)

Pre-cool, pre-heat control settings (initial setting)

Fresh-up mode switching (Selectable: supply rich mode, exhaust rich mode; Initial setting)

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A variety of control systems can be controlled using only the air conditioner remote control

Group Control One air conditioner remote control simultaneously controls up to 16 air conditioners and 1 HRV unit.

Control via 2 remote controls Allows control of air conditioner and HRV units from two places by connecting two air conditioner remote controls. (Group control possible)

Long-distance remote control Operation control from afar, i.e., a distant control room, is possible thanks to wiring of up to 500m. (Group control and control via 2 remote controls possible)

Control with 2 remote controls (for HRV and air conditioner) System with dual use of the HRV remote control and air conditioner remote control can be achieved. Changes in initial setting functions are always possible. (Group control possible)

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Control

systems

Air Conditioner Up to 16 units HRV Air conditioner Up to 500m remote control
Air Conditioner
Up to 16 units
HRV
Air conditioner
Up to 500m
remote control
Air Conditioner Group control possible HRV Up to 500m Air conditioner remote control (No.2)
Air Conditioner
Group control
possible
HRV
Up to 500m
Air conditioner remote control (No.2)

Air conditioner remote control (No.1)

Air Conditioner Group control possible HRV Up to 500m Air conditioner remote control Control via
Air Conditioner
Group control
possible
HRV
Up to 500m
Air conditioner remote control
Control via 2 remote controls
Air Conditioner Group control possible HRV Up to 500 m Air conditioner remote control
Air Conditioner
Group control
possible
HRV
Up to 500 m
Air conditioner remote control

HRV remote control

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• Centralised control systems

By combining the centralised control systems (available as accessory) below, the user can achieve a wide range of comprehensive centralised control systems for air conditioning and ventilation.

control systems for air conditioning and ventilation. Centralised DCS302B51 remote control • One unit can
control systems for air conditioning and ventilation. Centralised DCS302B51 remote control • One unit can
control systems for air conditioning and ventilation. Centralised DCS302B51 remote control • One unit can

CentralisedDCS302B51remote control

• One unit can operate and monitor up to 64 groups (128 units) of HRV and air conditioner units individually or in batch.

• Allows the user to divide connected HRV or air conditioner units into zones (up to 64) and control any or all of them.

• Two units of this control can be linked, thereby allowing centralised control of up to 128 groups (128 units).

• Centralised control from two places is possible using two units of this control.

DCS301B51

Unified ON/OFF control

• One unit can turn ON/OFF up to 16 groups (128 units) of HRV and air conditioner units individually or in a batch.

• Lamps display operation and failure status of the connected HRV and air conditioner units.

• Up to 8 units can be linked to allow centralised control of up to 128 units.

DST301B51

Schedule timer

• One unit can control the operation of up to 128 HRV and air conditioner units on a weekly schedule.

• Can set two ON/OFF operations per day for a period of one week.

Number of units that can be connected per system

Centralised remote control

2

units

Unified ON/OFF control

8

units

Schedule timer

1

unit

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Control

systems

Major HRV control systems

 

System construction

 

System

Necessary

characteristics

accessories

 

INDEPENDENT

OPERATION

 

HRV

• Independent operation of HRV is possible.

 

INDEPENDENT OPERATION SYSTEM

HRV remote control

HRV

remote control

 

HRV

 

remote

control

 

HRV

HRV

• Operation is possible using 2 HRV remote controls.

• Multiple HRV units can be simultaneously controlled in batch.

 

SIMULTANEOUS

OPERATION OF

MULTIPLE UNITS

Main Main remote control remote control
Main
Main
remote control
remote control

HRV

remote

 

control

AIR CONDITIONING INTERLOCKED CONTROL VRV, SKY AIR SYSTEM

STANDARD SYSTEM

Indoor unit

HRV

Indoor unit HRV Air conditioner remote control
Indoor unit HRV Air conditioner remote control
Air conditioner remote control
Air conditioner
remote control

• HRV remote control does not have to be used.

• Up to 16 VRV indoor units or HRV units can be connected and controlled in batch, with interlocked operation of HRVs and air conditioners by using the air conditioner remote control.

Air

conditioner

remote

control

MULTIPLE GROUPS INTERLOCKED OPERATION SYSTEM

 
Indoor Indoor Group 1 Group 2 unit unit Air conditioner Air conditioner remote control remote
Indoor
Indoor
Group 1
Group 2
unit
unit
Air conditioner
Air conditioner
remote control
remote control
Indoor
Indoor
Group 1
Group 2
unit
unit
Air conditioner
Air conditioner
remote control
remote control
Wiring adapter
for electrical
appendices
HRV
HRV

• Can control interlocked operation of multiple groups of VRV or Sky Air indoor units.

 

• When one of the multiple groups operates, HRVs are interlocked and operate simultaneously.

Air

conditioner

remote

control

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Various control systems according to applications and conditions

Image of group control system Combined system Independent
Image of group
control system
Combined system
Independent

Combined

individual system

system

System Necessary System construction characteristics accessories ON/OFF control HRV Indoor Indoor • Up to 128
System
Necessary
System construction
characteristics
accessories
ON/OFF
control
HRV
Indoor
Indoor
• Up to 128 VRV, Sky Air and
HRV units can be centrally
controlled over a centralised
line (Special adapter is
required to connect the Sky
Air to the centralised line.)
Unified ON/OFF
control, air
conditioner
remote control.
When necessary,
centralised remote
unit
unit
HRV LCD
• HRV remote control can set
the individual operation of
each HRV unit.
control, schedule
timer, HRV remote
control, and Sky Air
remote
Air conditioner
connection adapter
control
remote control
HRV
Indoor
Indoor
• Control system can be
expanded depending on its
purposes by combining a
variety of centralised control
equipment.
unit
unit
HRV LCD
Air conditioner
remote
remote control
control
Centralised remote
control
Indoor
Indoor
unit
unit
HRV
• Centralised remote control
has setting and monitoring
functions equivalent to those
of a remote control and can
centrally control up to
128 VRV, Sky Air and HRV
units. (Special adapter is
required to connect the Sky
Air to the centralised line.)
Unified ON/OFF
control, air
conditioner
remote control.
When necessary,
centralised remote
control, schedule
timer, HRV remote
control, and Sky Air
connection adapter
Air conditioner
• Control is possible in three
different patterns:
remote control
individual/batch/zone.
Indoor
Indoor
unit
unit
• Can independently operate
multiple HRV units.
• System without air conditioner
and HRV remote controls can
be constructed.
HRV
HRV
Air conditioner
remote control
Can connect to
multiple HRV units
• Control system can be
expanded depending on its
purposes by combining a
variety of central control
equipment.
No-voltage a-contact signal
• Simultaneous operation of
HRVs and air conditioners is
possible using the air
conditioner remote control.
Connection adapter
(No-voltage
HRV
a-contact signal)
Adapter
Air conditioner
Connecting line
can be extended
up to 50m
• Use of the HRV remote
control enables to change
settings or operate HRVs
independently.
Air conditioner
remote control
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AIR CONDITIONING INTERLOCKED CENTRALISED CONTROL SYSTEM
COMBINATION
WITH OTHER
TYPES OF
AIR CONDITIONERS
CONTROL SYSTEM BATCH/INDIVIDUAL CONTROL SYTEMZONE
Model Line-up
Model
Line-up

External static pressure (Pa)

VAM150FA7VE

Temperature exchange efficiency (heating) Enthalpy exchange efficiency 50Hz, 220-240V 60Hz, 220V Exchange efficiency
Temperature exchange efficiency
(heating)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
50Hz, 220-240V
60Hz, 220V
Exchange efficiency
90 (%)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
VAM150FAVE
80
70
20m
60
Ultra-High
200
15m
High
150
10m
100
5m
50
Low
ø 100
Pipe
length
0
50
100
150
200
250

Air flow rate (m 3 /h)

0 50 100 150 200 250 Air flow rate (m 3 /h) ➔   VAM250FA7VE  

0 50 100 150 200 250 Air flow rate (m 3 /h)   VAM250FA7VE   50Hz,

 

VAM250FA7VE

 
50Hz, 220-240V

50Hz, 220-240V

 

60Hz, 220V

 

Exchange efficiency

 

90

(%)

 
Temperature exchange efficiency (heating) Enthalpy exchange efficiency Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
Temperature exchange efficiency
(heating)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
VAM250FAVE
Ultra-High

80

70

 

250

60

200

High

 

ø

150

Pipe

External static pressure (Pa)

 

length

150

   

40m

100

30m

20m

 

Low

     
 

50

   

10m

 

0

 

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

 

Air flow rate (m 3 /h)

 
 

VAM500FA7VE

 
50Hz, 220-240V 60Hz, 220V

50Hz, 220-240V

60Hz, 220V

 
 

Exchange efficiency

 

400

90

(%)

 

Temperature exchange efficiency

Enthalpy exchange efficiency

(heating)

Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)

Ultra-High

VAM500FAVE

 
 

350

300

250

80

70

60

External static pressure (Pa)

 

ø

200

200

High Low
High
Low

Pipe

length

150

50m

 

40m

 

100

30m

 

20m

 

50

 

10m

 

0

 

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

 

Air flow rate (m 3 /h)

 
600 700   Air flow rate (m 3 /h)   ➔ External static pressure (Pa) VAM350FA7VE

External static pressure (Pa)

VAM350FA7VE

Temperature exchange efficiency (heating) Enthalpy exchange efficiency Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling) 50Hz,
Temperature exchange efficiency
(heating)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
50Hz, 220-240V
60Hz, 220V
Exchange efficiency
90 (%)
40m
VAM350FAVE
80
300
70
30m
60
250
50
200
Ultra-High
20m
150
High
100
10m
ø 150
Pipe
50
length
Low
0
50
100
150
200
250
300

Air flow rate (m 3 /h)

100 10m ø 150 Pipe 50 length Low 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Air

100 10m ø 150 Pipe 50 length Low 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Air

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External static pressure (Pa)

VAM650FA5VE

50Hz, 220-240V 60Hz, 220V
50Hz, 220-240V
60Hz, 220V

Exchange efficiency

(heating) Temperature exchange efficiency Enthalpy exchange efficiency Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling) 550 90
(heating)
Temperature exchange efficiency
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
550
90
(%)
VAM650FAVE
500
80
450
70
400
60
350
50
Ultra-High
60m
300
Hig
h
50m
250
40m
200
30m
150
Low
20m
100
10m
50
ø
200
Pipe
0
length
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900

Air flow rate (m 3 /h)

➔ Temperature exchange efficiency (heating) VAM800FA5VE Enthalpy exchange efficiency Enthalpy exchange efficiency
Temperature exchange efficiency
(heating)
VAM800FA5VE
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
50Hz, 220-240V
60Hz, 220V
Exchange efficiency
90 (%)
VAM800FA(5)VE
80
500
70
400
60
Ultra-High
High
300
50
200
100m
80m
Low
60m
100
40m
20m
ø 250
0
Pipe
200
400
600
800
1000
length
Air flow rate (m 3 /h)
Temperature exchange efficiency
(heating)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
VAM1500FA5VE
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
50Hz, 220-240V
60Hz, 220V
Exchange efficiency
700
90 (%)
VAM1500FA5VE
600
80
500
70
400
60
300
50
Ultra-High
200
High
100
Low
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
Air flow rate (m 3 /h)
External static pressure (Pa)
External static pressure (Pa)
(heating) Enthalpy exchange efficiency Temperature exchange efficiency Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
(heating)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
Temperature exchange efficiency
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
VAM1000FA5VE
50Hz, 220-240V
60Hz, 220V
Exchange efficiency
90 (%)
VAM1000FA5VE
80
500
70
400
60
Ultra-High
300
100m
80m
200
60m
High
Low
40m
100
20m
ø
250
0
Pipe
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
length
(heating)
Air flow rate (m 3 /h)
Enthalpy exchange efficiency
Enthalpy exchange efficiency (cooling)
Temperature exchange efficiency
VAM2000FA5VE
50Hz, 220-240V
60Hz, 220V
Exchange efficiency
90
(%)
VAM2000FA5VE
80
500
70
400
60
Ultra-High
300
50
200
High
100
Low
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
Air flow rate (m 3 /h)
External static pressure (Pa)
External static pressure (Pa)

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VAM150~500FA7VE

VAM650~1000FA5VE

Dimensions

Maintenance space for the heat exchange element, air filters and fans

Maintenance cover Supply air fan Switch box Inspection Celling hook 4-14x40 oval hole hole 450
Maintenance cover
Supply air fan
Switch box
Inspection
Celling hook
4-14x40 oval hole
hole
450
A
B
Fresh air
from outdoors
Supply
(Outdoor air)
air to
OA
room SA
RA
Return
EA
Exhaust
air to outdoors
air from
room
Damper plate
M
C
G
Exhaust air fan
Maintenance cover
H
J
H
Remark:
Heat exchange element
Air filters
Be sure to provide the inspection
hole (450x450mm) to inspect
air filters, exchange elements and fans.
Switch box
67
600 or more
D
E
150~250
N
P
P
N
K
E
L
20
F
20

DIMENSIONS

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

J

K

L

M

N

P

VAM150FA7VE

269

149

104

509

288

560

718

145

760

97

 

120

124

164

VAM250FA7VE

132

 

VAM350FA7VE

285

161

112

800

416

850

758

132

812

146

200

121

263

153

VAM500FA7VE

84

197

VAM650FA5VE

   

852

421

902

 

137

 

196

250

 

264

 

VAM800FA5VE

348

204

140

912

89

988

246

263

146

157

VAM1000FA5VE

1,140

568

1,190

379

189

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VAM1500~2000FA5VE

Maintenance space for the heat exchange element, air filters and fans

Maintenance cover Switch box Supply air fan (2 pieces) Celling hook 4-14x40 oval hole Inspection
Maintenance cover
Switch box
Supply air fan
(2 pieces)
Celling hook
4-14x40 oval hole
Inspection
hole
710
450
383
Fresh air
from
Supply air
outdoors
to room
(Outdoor air)
SA
OA
RA
EA
Return air
Exhaust air
from room
to outdoors
325
140
912
Damper plate
Exhaust air fan
(2 pieces)
Maintenance cover
130
254
988
254
130
(Heat
exchange
element)
Remark:
Be sure to provide the
inspection hole (450x450mm)
to inspect air filters, exchange
elements and fans.
Air filters
Switch box
95
14.5
621
600 or more
395
A
350
B
200~300
330
C
D
380
380
621
16.5
D
C
E
20
1186
20

DIMENSIONS

A

B

C

D

E

VAM1500FA5VE

852

421

199

222

898

VAM2000FA5VE

1,140

568

315

253

1,186

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Specifications

   

VAM-FA7VE

   

VAM-FA5VE

 

Models

 

150

250

350

500

650

800

1000

1500

2000

Temperature exchange efficiency (%)

ultra-high

74

72

75

74

74

74

75

75

75

high

74

72

75

74

74

74

75

75

75

low

79

77

80

77

77

76

76.5

78

78

Enthalpy exchange

for heating

ultra-high

64

64

65

62

63

65

66

66

66

efficiency (%)

high

64

64

65

62

63

65

66

66

66

low

69

68

70

67

66

67

68

68

70

for cooling

ultra-high

58

58

61

58

58

60

61

61

61

high

58

58

61

58

58

60

61

61

61

low

64

62

67

63

63

62

63

64

66

Power Supply

VE

1 ~, 220~240V, 50Hz

 

Sound pressure

Heat exchange

ultra-high

27-28.5

 

28-29

32-34

33-34.5

34.5-35.5

36-37

36-37

39.5-41.5

40-42.5

level dB(A)

mode

high

26-27.5

 

26-27

31.5-33

31.5-33

33-34

34.5-36

35-36

38-39

38-41

low

20.5-21.5

21-22

23.5-26

24.5-26.5

27-28

31-32

31-32

34-36

35-37

Bypass mode

ultra-high

27-28.5

 

28-29

32-34

33.5-34.5

34.5-35.5

36-37

36-37

40.5-41.5

40-42.5

high

26.5-27.5

27-28

31-32.5

32.5-33.5

34-35

34.5-36

35.5-36

38-39

38-41

low

20.5-21.5

21-22

24.5-26.5

25.5-27.5

27-28.5

31-33

31-32

33.5-36

35-37

Casing

galvanised steel plate

 

Insulation Material

self-extinguishable urethane foam

 

Dimensions

HxWxD

mm

269 x 760 x 509

285 x 812 x 800

348 x 988 x 852

348x988x1,140

710x1,498x852

710x1,498x1,140

Weight

kg

24

33

 

48

61

132

158

Heat Exchange System

air to air cross flow total heat (sensible heat + latent heat) exchange

 

Heat Exchange Element Material

 

specially processed nonflammable paper

 

Air Filter

multidirectional fibrous fleeces

 

Fan

Type

sirroco fan

 

Air Flow

ultra-high

150

250

350

500

650

800

1,000

1,500

2,000

3

Rate (m /h)

high

150

250

350

500

650

800

1,000

1,500

2,000

low

110

155

230

350

500

670

870

1,200

1,400

External static

ultra-high

69

64

98

98

93

137

157

137

137

pressure (Pa)

high

39

39

70

54

39

98

98

98

78

low

20

20

25

25

25

49

78

49

59

Motor Output

kW

0.030 x 2

0.090 x 2

0.140 x 2

0.230 x 2

0.230 x 4

Connection Duct Diameter

mm

ø100

ø150

ø200

ø250

ø350

Unit ambient condition

-15°C ~ +50°CDB, 80% RH or less

 
 

Notes:

Air flow rate can be changed over to Low mode or High mode.

 

Sound pressure level is measured at 1.5m below the center of the body.

Sound pressure level is measured in an anechoic chamber. Sound pressure levels generally become greater than this value depending on the operating conditions, reflected sound, and peripheral noise.

 

The sound pressure level at the air discharge port is about 8dB higher than the unit's sound level.

 

Even when the outdoor temperature is below -15°C, the system is operable down to -20°C with the pre-heater installed at the outdoor air intake side.

 
 

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Installation of accessories

List of accessories

Accessories

Air suction/discharge grille (accessory) Flexible duct (Accessory) RA High efficiency filter (Accessory) SA Round
Air suction/discharge grille (accessory)
Flexible duct
(Accessory)
RA
High efficiency filter
(Accessory)
SA
Round hood
(Field supply)
Branch duct
(Field supply)
Silencer ( Accessory)
SA
Duct
(Field supply)
Thermal insulation material
(Field supply)
EA
OA
supply) Thermal insulation material (Field supply) EA OA HRV remote control Centralised remote control Unified
supply) Thermal insulation material (Field supply) EA OA HRV remote control Centralised remote control Unified
supply) Thermal insulation material (Field supply) EA OA HRV remote control Centralised remote control Unified
supply) Thermal insulation material (Field supply) EA OA HRV remote control Centralised remote control Unified
HRV remote control Centralised remote control Unified ON/OFF control Schedule timer Model VAM-FA7VE VAM-FA5VE Item
HRV remote control
Centralised remote control
Unified ON/OFF control
Schedule timer
Model
VAM-FA7VE
VAM-FA5VE
Item
150
250
350
500
650
800
1000
1500
2000
HRV remote control
BRC301B61
CentralIsed control
Centralised remote control
DCS302B51
system
Unified ON/OFF control
DCS301B51
Schedule timer
DST301B51
Wiring adapter for electrical appendices
KRP2A61
For humidifier
KRP50-2
Installation box for adapter PCB
KRP50-2A90 (mounted electric component assembly of HRV)
For heater control kit
BRP4A50
For wiring
VRV indoor unit
FXYCP
FXK
FXYFP
FXYSP
FXH
FXYAP/FXA
FXL
FXN
FXM
reference
KRP1B61*
KRP1B61
KRP1B59*
KRP1B61
KRP1B3
KRP1B61
Installation box for adapter PCB*
KRP1B96 *2, 3
KRP1D98*4
KRP1B93*3
Notes: •
*1 Installation box is necessary for each adapter marked with *.
*2 Up to 2 adapters can be fixed per installation box.
*3 Only 1 installation box can be installed per indoor unit.
*4 Up to 2 installation boxes can be installed per indoor unit.
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Controlling device
PC Board Adapter
Silencer Air suction/discharge grille (Noise suppression type) Flexible duct (Noise suppression type) Duct adapter
Silencer Air suction/discharge grille (Noise suppression type) Flexible duct (Noise suppression type) Duct adapter
Silencer Air suction/discharge grille (Noise suppression type) Flexible duct (Noise suppression type) Duct adapter
Silencer Air suction/discharge grille (Noise suppression type) Flexible duct (Noise suppression type) Duct adapter
Silencer Air suction/discharge grille (Noise suppression type) Flexible duct (Noise suppression type) Duct adapter
Silencer
Air suction/discharge grille
(Noise suppression type)
Flexible duct
(Noise suppression type)
Duct adapter
Model
VAM-FA7VE
VAM-FA5VE
Item
150
250
350
500
650
800
1000
1500
2000
Silencer
reference
KDDM24A50
KDDM24A100
KDDM24A100X2
nominal pipe ø (mm)
ø200
ø250
Air suction /
Discharge grille
white
K-DGL100A
K-DGL150A
K-DGL200A
K-DGL250A
nominal pipe ø (mm)
ø100
ø150
ø200
ø250
High efficiency filter
YAFM323F15
YAFM323F25
YAFM323F35
YAFM323F50
YAFM323F65
YAFM323F100
YAFM323F65X2
YAFM323F100X2
Replacement for high efficiency filter
YAFF323F15
YAFF323F25
YAFF323F35
YAFF323F50
YAFF323F65
YAFF323F100
YAFF323F65X2
YAFF323F100X2
Flexible duct (1m)
K-FDS101C
K-FDS151C
K-FDS201C
K-FDS251C
Flexible duct (2m)
K-FDS102C
K-FDS152C
K-FDS202C
K-FDS252C
Duct adapter
reference
YDFA25A1
nominal pipe ø (mm)
ø250
Direct expansion
reference
– BHDM50AJVE
BHDM80AJVE
BHDM100AJVE
coil unit
discharge adapter
– KDAJ25K36
KDAJ25K56
Additional function

PC board adapter for heater control kit

(BRP4A50)

When the installation of an electric heater is required in a cold region, this adapter
When the installation of an electric heater is required in a cold
region, this adapter with an internal timer function eliminates
the complicated timer connecting work that was necessary with
conventional heaters.
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
RA
EA
HRV
Heater
SA
control kit
OA
(field supply)
BRP4A50
Temperature thermostat
(field supply)
(ON when the temperature
is at or below -10°C)
Temperature thermostat. (field supply)
(OFF when the temperature is at or more than 5°C)
Power supply (field supply)
Relay box

Notes when installing

• Examine fully an installation place and specification for using the electric heater based on the standard and regulations of each country.

• Supply the electric heater and safety production devices such as a relay and a thermostat, etc of which qualities satisfy the standard and regulation of each country at site.

• Use a non-inflammable connecting duct to the electric heater. Be sure to allow 2m or more between the electric heater and HRV for safety.

• For the HRV units, use a different power supply from that of the electric heater and install a circuit breaker for each of them.

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Direct expansion coil unit (BHDM50~100AJVE) for R-407C system The direct expansion coil functions to heat
Direct expansion coil unit (BHDM50~100AJVE) for R-407C system The direct expansion coil functions to heat

Direct expansion coil unit (BHDM50~100AJVE) for R-407C system

The direct expansion coil functions to heat or cool the supply air out from HRV
The direct expansion coil functions to heat or cool the supply air out
from HRV to make the outlet air temperature nearer to the room
temperature for maintaining the comfort.
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
EA
RA
HRV
OA
BHDM
SA
Connection with
VRV system
HRV remote
Air conditioner
control
remote control

Notes:

• Be sure to interlock HRV and BHDM in the same group by using an air conditioner remote control.

• All system operations other than air flow rate switching can be controlled using the air conditioner remote control. To switch the air flow rate, please use the HRV remote control.

Specifications :

direct expansion coil unit

BHDM-AJVE

   

50

 

80

100

Capacity index

25

 

40

 

50

Power supply

1 ~, 220~240V / 220V, 50Hz/60Hz

 

Cooling capacity *1

 

kW

 

2.8

(3.0*)

4.5

(4.8*)

5.6

(6.1*)

Heating capacity *2

 

kW

 

3.2

(3.2*)

5.0

(5.0*)

6.3

(6.3*)

Casing/colour

galvanised steel plate

 

Dimensions

HxWxD

mm

300 x 550 x 800

 

300 x 700 x 800

 

Air flow rate range

 

m

3 /h

330~600

480~780

540~930

Weight

kg

24

 

25

Piping

Flare

liquid

mm

 

ø6.4

 

ø9.5

connection

connection

gas

mm

 

ø12.7

   

ø15.9

drain

mm

 

VP25 (external diameter 32, internal diameter 25)

 

Refrigerant *3

R-407C

 
 

Notes

*1. Nominal cooling capacities are based on:

 

indoor temperature: 27°CDB, 19°CWB • outdoor temperature: 35°CDB • equivalent refrigeratn piping: 5m (horizontal)

 

• *2. Nominal heating capacities are based on: indoor temperature: 20°CDB • outdoor temperature: 7°CDB, 6°CWB • equivalent refrigerant piping: 5m (horizontal)

• Cooling and Heating capacities marked with * are in case of connecting HRV unit. Cooling capacities are based on:

 

Indoor temperature: 27°CDB, 50RH% • Outdoor temperature: 35°CDB, 60RH% • Equivalent ref. piping: 5m (horizontal) HRV performance :

 

Temperature exchange efficiency: 74% • Enthalpy exchange efficiency: 58% Heating capacities are based on:

 

Indoor temperature: 20°CDB, 40RH% • Outdoor temperature: 7°CDB, 70RH% • Equivalent ref. piping: 5m (horizontal) HRV performance :

 

Temperature exchange efficiency: 74% • Enthalpy exchange efficiency: 62%

 
 

• *3. R-22 compatible models can be manufactured on request

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DIMENSIONS: direct expansion coil unit

suspension position 630

Z

suspension position

A 9 10 B C 145
A
9
10
B
C
145
position 630 Z suspension position A 9 10 B C 145 suspension 60 D 50 4-M8~10

suspension

60 D 50 4-M8~10 65 E 57 F service space X 300 or more 11
60
D
50
4-M8~10
65
E 57
F service space
X
300 or more
11
9
XVIEW
300
245
215
150
135
67
150
200
27 150
27
150
YVIEW 25 800 K J 8 440 315 3 5 1 45 46 2 6
YVIEW
25 800
K
J 8
440
315
3
5
1
45
46
2
6
4
=2X65 130
135 120
G
H

Y

9 4-screw bottom plate How to connect wirings:
9
4-screw
bottom plate
How to connect wirings:

Loosen the screw and open the bottom

plate, open the switch box lid.

screw and open the bottom plate, open the switch box lid. ZVIEW 300 or more required

ZVIEW

300 or more required installation space

1. Liquid pipe connection (BHDM50,80AJVE: ø6.4 flare connection) (BHDM100AJVE: ø9.5 flare connection)

2. Gas pipe connection (BHDM50,80AJVE: ø12.7 flare connection) (BHDM100AJVE: ø15.9 flare connection)

3. Drain pipe connection:

VP25 (O.D. ø32, I.D. ø25)

4. Interunit wiring port

5. Power wiring port

6. Drain hole: VP5 (O.D. ø32, I.D. ø25)

7. Discharge flange

8. Suction flange (BHDM50,80AJVE: ø200, BHDM100AJVE: ø250)

9. Switch box

10. Inspection hole (450x450)

11. Bottom plate

DIMENSIONS

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H J

 

K

BHDM50AJVE

4x65=

   

2x150=

         
 

600

260

550

310

300

335

ø 197

– 89

137

BHDM80AJVE

750

6x65=

700

460

3x150=

485

BHDM100AJVE

390

450

ø 246

ø 263

89

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