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Installation and service instructions

for heating engineers Vitotronic 050 Type HK1W and HK3W Weathercompensated, digital heating circuit controls See applicability on the last page.

VITOTRONIC 050

Vitotronic 050, type HK1W

Vitotronic 050, type HK3W

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Please keep safe

Safety instructions

Safety instructions

Please follow these safety instructions closely to prevent accidents and material losses.
Safety instructions explained Regulations Observe the following when working on this system H all legal instructions regarding the prevention of accidents, H all legal instructions regarding environmental protection, H regulations issued by professional bodies, H all current safety regulations as defined by DIN, EN, DVGW, TRGI, TRF VDE and all locally applicable , standards.

Danger warns against the This symbol


risk of injury.

Please note This symbol warns against the risk of material losses and environmental pollution.

Note Details identified by the word "Note" contain additional information. Target group

If you notice the smell of gas These instructions are exclusively designed for qualified personnel. H Work on gas equipment must only be carried out by a registered gas fitter. H Electrical work must only be carried out by a qualified electrician. H The system must be commissioned by the system installer or a qualified person authorised by the installer.

Danger gas can lead to Escaping


explosions which may lead to serious injury. H Do not smoke! Prevent naked flames and sparks. Never switch electrical lights or equipment. H Open windows and doors. H Close the gas shutoff valve. H Shut down the heating system. H Remove all people from the danger zone. H Observe the safety regulations of your local gas supplier found on the gas meter.
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Safety instructions

Safety instructions (cont.)


If you smell flue gas Repair work

Danger can lead to Flue gas


lifethreatening poisoning. H Shut down the heating system. H Ventilate the boiler room. H Close all doors leading to the living space. Working on the heating system H Isolate the system from the mains power supply and check that it is no longer live, e.g. by removing a separate fuse or by means of a mains isolator. H Safeguard the system against unauthorised reconnection. H When using gas as fuel, also close the main gas shutoff valve and safeguard against unauthorised reopening.

Please note Repairing components which fulfil a safety function can compromise the safe operation of your heating system. Replace faulty components only with original Viessmann spare parts.

Ancillary components, spare and wearing parts

Please note Spare and wearing parts which have not been tested together with the heating system can compromise its function. Installing nonauthorised components and nonapproved modifications/ conversions can compromise safety and may infringe our warranty conditions. For replacements, use only original spare parts from Viessmann or those which are approved by Viessmann.

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Index
Heating system designs System versions 1 to 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation Summary of electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the mounting bracket and control unit back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inserting cables and applying strain relief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sensor connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pump connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecting the actuator drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecting the central fault messages to plug g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . External connections on plug aVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the control unit front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Opening the control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commissioning Controls and display elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Checking the heating circuit allocation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Changing the display language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecting control unit to LON system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carrying out a user check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecting the control unit to the Viessmann 2wire BUS system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matching the coding addresses to the system version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Checking outputs (actuators) and sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adjusting heating curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

23 24 24 24 26 27 28 29 30

Service scans Service level summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Temperatures and brief scans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Scanning operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Troubleshooting Faults which are displayed at the programming unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Downloading fault codes from the fault memory (fault history) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Function description Heating circuit control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Cylinder temperature control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

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Index (cont.)
Components Components from the parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Radio clock receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mixer circuit extension kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mixer motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Temperature limiter for maximum temperature limiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Room temperature sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Function extension 010 V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coding Resetting codes into the delivered condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Code 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Code 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screed function diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parts lists Parts list type HK1W Parts list type HK3W

55 60 61 62 64 65 66 72 73

74 74 77 99

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102 104

Connecting and wiring diagrams Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Main PCB low voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Main PCB 230 V~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Mixer extension PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Specification
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Declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Keyword index


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System version 1

A
52 20 2 143 5 21 28

40

C
M1 2 20 52 M2 2 20 52

C
M2 2

C
28 20 52 21 5

B A Vitotronic 050 B DHW cylinder C Mixer circuit (for type HK1W only one mixer circuit can be connected) D LON or Viessman 2wire BUS connection Plug ! ? % s sA sK f gS aVD

Outside temperature sensor Flow temperature sensor Cylinder temperature sensor Heating circuit pump Cylinder primary pump DHW circulation pump Power supply 230 V/50 Hz Mixer motor External hookup (see page 19)

Coding For systems with a DHW cylinder and for additional mixer circuits for type HK3W, coding addresses "00:2" to "00:10" are automatically set.
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System version 2
System with underfloor heating system The underfloor heating mixer circuit must be M1 if the underfloor heating system is regulated with flow and return temperature sensors (optimised control).
1 40 52 20 2 143 17B 5 21 28 M1 2 M2 2 20 52 20 52 M2 2 28 20 52 21 5

Pumps with underfloor heating circuit: 20 A Vitotronic 050 B DHW cylinder C Mixer circuit, only for type HK3W D Underfloor heating circuit E Temperature limiter (max. limit) F LON or Viessmann 2wire BUS connection G Primary pump H Secondary pump (after system separation)
N L 20

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System version 2 (cont.)


Plug ! ? % aJB s sA sK f gS aVD

Outside temperature sensor Flow temperature sensor Cylinder temperature sensor Return temperature sensor Heating circuit pump (Primary pump)

Cylinder primary pump DHW circulation pump Power supply 230 V/50 Hz Mixer motor External hookup

Coding For systems with a DHW cylinder and for additional mixer circuits for type HK3W, coding addresses "00:2" to "00:10" are automatically set. Observe coding addresses "C7" and "C9" in conjunction with the optimised underfloor heating circuit control.

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System version 3 System with cylinder storage system


Connections for the cylinder storage system are always %, aJB, sM1 and gSM1. A mixer circuit M1 cannot be connected under these circumstances. For type HK1W: Insert plug ! for outside temperature sensor and plug ? for flow temperature sensor (plugs supplied with Vitotrans 222) into the sockets. This prevents fault messages being generated. When scanning via key c the actual temperatures from 8 C upwards are displayed.

A
52 20 2 143 17B 5 21 28

40 M2 2 20 52

D
M3 2 20 52

28 21 52

5 5

20

A Vitotronic 050 B Vitocell L 100 C Vitotrans 222

D Mixer circuit, only for type HK3W E LON or Viessmann 2wire BUS connection

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System version 3 (cont.)


Plug ! ? % aJB s

Outside temperature sensor Flow temperature sensor Cylinder temperature sensor 1 and 2 Temperature sensor Vitotrans 222 Primary pump Cylinder storage system

s M2/M3 Heating circuit pump Mixer circuit sA Cylinder primary pump sK DHW circulation pump f Power supply 230 V/50 Hz gS 3way mixing valve cylinder storage system gSM2/M3 Mixer motor Mixer circuit aVD External hookup

Required coding 4C : 1 4E : 1 55 : 3 Primary pump connection to plug s 3way mixing valve connection to plug gS Cylinder thermostat cylinder storage system

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Summary of electrical connections

52 52 20 20 2 2

M3 M2 M3 M2 M3 M2
145 145 1 17 B 5 2/3 M1 143 28 21 52 M1 20 M1 50 40 156

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Summary of electrical connections (cont.)


Mixer extension PCB (only for type HK3W) ?M2/M3 Flow temperature sensor sM2/M3 Heating circuit pump gSM2/M3 Mixer motor Main PCB low voltage ! Outside temperature sensor ?M 1Flow temperature sensor % Cylinder temperature sensor 1/ Cylinder temperature sensor 2 for cylinder storage system (accessories) aJB Return temperature sensor or temperature sensor cylinder storage system (accessories) aVD External hookup aVG KM BUS user (accessories), for type HK1W only one required per system When connecting external switching contacts or components to the low voltage of the control unit (aVD and aVG), observe the safety requirements of protection class II, i.e. maintain an 8.0mm air gap/creeping distance or a 2.0 mm insulation thickness from live components. For all onsite components (incl. PC/laptops) ensure a safe electrical separation in accordance with EN 60 335 or IEC 65. Main PCB 230 V~ sM1 Heating circuit pump or Primary pump Cylinder storage system sA Cylinder primary pump (accessories) sK DHW circulation pump (on site) f Power supply g Central fault message gSM1 Mixer motor or Motor for 3way mixing valve cylinder storage system aBH Power supply for accessories

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Installing the mounting bracket and control unit back

1.

2.
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Inserting cables and applying strain relief


A Cables with moulded strain relief B Onsite cables Strip a maximum of 100 mm off the cable insulation A

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Sensor connection

17B

3/2

1 2 3

1 2 3

1 2 3

1 2 3

1 2 3

1 2 3

E F

A Flow temperature sensor mixer circuit 3 (only for type HK3W) B Flow temperature sensor mixer circuit 2 (only for type HK3W) C Outside temperature sensor D Return temperature sensor or Temperature sensor cylinder storage system (accessories) E Cylinder temperature sensor F Cylinder temperature sensor 2 in conjunction with a cylinder storage system (accessories) G Flow temperature sensor Mixer circuit 1

Installation point for outside temperature sensor H North or northwestern wall, 2 to 2.5m above ground level; in multistorey buildings, in the upper half of the second floor H Not above windows, doors or ventilation outlets H Not immediately below balconies or gutters H Do not render over Connection 2core cable with a maximum length of 35 m and a crosssection of 1.5 mm2 (copper)

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Pump connection
Available pump connections sM1 Heating circuit pump mixer circuit M1 or Primary pump cylinder storage system sM2/M3 Heating circuit pump mixer circuit M2/M3 (only for type HK3W) sA Cylinder primary pump sK DHW circulation pump Pumps 230 V~ C L N PE N L

External ON/OFF

L N PE B

A Contactor B Pump C Mains supply in accordance with manufacturers instructions

Rated current: 4 (2) A~ Recommended connecting cable: H05VV F3G 0.75 mm2 or H05RN F3G 0.75 mm2

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Pump connections (cont.)


Pumps 400 V~ L1 L2 L3 N PE For controlling the contactor Rated voltage: 230 V~ Rated current: 4 (2) A~ Recommended connecting cable: H05VV F3G 0.75 mm2 or H05RN F3G 0.75 mm2

B A Contactor B Pump

M 3~

Connecting the actuator drives


Application: H Mixer motor mixer circuits H Motor for 3way mixing valve for cylinder storage system Rated voltage: 230 V~ Rated current: max. 0.2 (0.1) A~ Recommended connecting cable: H05VV F3G 0.75 mm2 or H05RN F3G 0.75 mm2 Run time: adjustable via coding address "C3"

52

| Open ~ Closed
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Connecting the central fault messaging to plug g


Rated voltage: 230 V~ Rated current: 4 (2) A~ Recommended connecting cable: H05VV F3G 0.75 mm2 or H05RN F3G 0.75 mm2 50

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External connections on plug aVD


A External heating program changeover/ Extern. "Mixer open" The manually preselected heating program can be modified via this contact (see table below), and the mixer can be opened. Allocation to the heating circuits via coding addresses "91" and "9A". Extern. "Mixer closed" Closing the zero volt contact closes the mixer. Allocation to the heating circuits via coding address "99". The function "mixer closed" has priority over "mixer open".

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Zero volt contacts A External heating program changeover/ Extern. "Mixer open" B Extern "Mixer closed" Manually preselected heating program (with contact open) 9 or w or rw Central heating ON/DHW ON
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Please note The heating circuit is no longer protected from frost when the mixer closes.

Code 2

Changed heating program (with closed contact) < > Permanent operation with reduced room temperature/DHW OFF < > Constant operation with standard room temperature/DHW in p accordance with coding address "64"

Central heating OFF/DHW OFF Central heating OFF/DHW ON

d5:0 (as delivered condition) d5:1

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Power supply
Regulations Make the mains connection and all required earthing (e.g fault current circuit) in accordance with IEC 364, the requirements of your local electricity supplier, VDE regulations or all local and national regulations. Secure the control unit supply with an appropriate fuse. Mains isolator requirements (if necessary) For combustion equipment to DIN VDE 0116, the mains isolator fitted on site must comply with the requirements of DIN VDE 0116 "Section 6" [or local regulations]. Install the mains isolator outside the installation area. It must simultaneously isolate all nonearthed conductors with at least 3 mm contact separation. Replacing the mains connecting cable 3 core cable selected from the following options: H H05VV F3G 1.5 mm2 H H05RN F3G 1.5 mm2 L1 A PE N B 1. Check whether the mains power cable to the control unit is fitted with the correct fuse. C 2. Connect the mains supply cable inside the junction box (on site) and in plug f.

Danger core terminations can Incorrect


cause severe injuries and damage to the equipment. Do not interchange cores "L1" and "N": L1: brown N: blue PE: green/yellow

3. Insert plug f into the control unit.

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A Mains voltage 230 V~ B Fuse C Mains isolator, 2pole (on site) D Junction box (on site)

Colour coding to DIN IEC 60 757 BN brown BU blue GNYE green/yellow

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Installing the control unit front

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Opening the control unit

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Controls and display elements


C D E

First key 1,2 or 3

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A ON indicator (green) B Fault indicator (red) C Heating circuit selection keys D User interface A Central heating time program B DHW heating time program C DHW circulation pump time program H Holiday program F DHW temperature E Reduced room temperature I Heating curve slope J Heating curve level D Time/date K Standby mode L DHW only G Heating and DHW N Economy mode M Party mode a/b Adjusting values d Confirmation c Information e Standard setting

E Rotary selector "ts" for "Standard room temperature" F ON/OFF switch G Fuse H Open flap

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Commissioning

Checking the heating circuit allocation


H Check whether the label for the heating circuit allocation has been affixed to the corresponding array of the programming unit. H Select the corresponding heating circuit before making any adjustments.

Changing the display language


1. Press c. 2. Selected the required language with b. 3. Confirm with d.

Connecting control unit to LON system


The LON communication module (accessories) must be plugged in (see parts list). Note Data transfer via the LON system can take several minutes.

Setting up LON user numbers In code 1 via coding address "77". In a LON system, the same number cannot be allocated twice.

Updating LON users Only possible if all users are connected and the control unit is programmed to be fault manager (code "79:1"). 1. Press L and d simultaneously for approx. 2 s. User check initiated (see page 26).

2. Press e. The user list is updated after approx. 2 minutes. User check completed.

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Integrating the control unit into the LON system (cont.)


Single boiler system with Vitotronic 050 and Vitocom 300 downstream Vitotronic 200 Vitotronic 050 Vitotronic 050 Vitocom

LON

LON

LON

User no. 1 Code "77:1" Control unit is fault manager*1 Code "79:1" Send time via LON Code "7b:1" Receive outside temperature via LON Code "97:2"

User no. 10 Code "77:10"

User no. 11 Set code "77:11"

User no. 99 (fixed)

Control unit is not Control unit is not Device is fault manager*1 fault manager*1 fault manager Code "79:0" Code "79:0" (fixed) Time received via LON Set code "81:3" Outside temperature is received via LON Set code "97:1" Time received via LON Set code "81:3" Outside temperature is received via LON Set code "97:1" Viessman system number coding "98:1" Fault monitoring LON user Set code "9C:20" Time received via LON (fixed)

Viessman system Viessman system number coding number coding "98:1" "98:1" Fault monitoring LON user Set code "9C:20"
*1In

Fault monitoring LON user Set code "9C:20"

each heating system, only one Vitotronic may be programmed as fault manager.

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Carrying out a user check (in conjunction with LON System)


Communication with the system devices connected to the fault manager is tested with a user check. Preconditions: H The control unit must be programmed as fault manager (code "79:1") H The LON user number must be encoded in all control units (see page 24). H The fault manager user list must be up to date (see page24).

Participant check

F01 : 01 1
User number Consecutive list number

1. Press L and d simultaneously for approx. 2 s. User check initiated. 2. Select the required user with a or b. 3. Activate check with d. "Check" flashes until its completion. The display and all key illuminations of the selected user flash for approx. 60 s. H During communication between both devices "Check OK" flashes H "Check not OK" flashes if there is no communication between both devices. Check the LON connection and encoding (see page 25). 4. For checking further users, proceed as described under items 2 and 3. 5. Press L and d simultaneously for approx. 1 s. User check completed.

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Connecting control unit to Viessmann 2wire BUS system


The Viessmann 2wire BUS communication module (accessories) must be plugged in (see parts list). B 1. Set the rotary selector on the communication module in accordance with the system version between 4 and C (the rotary selector must not be set the same as the rotary selector of another control unit). 2. In conjunction with a boiler control unit H Adjust the differential temperature at the above control unit. On the Vitotronic 050, set code "9F:0". H Set code "97:1" if the outside temperature is to be taken from an outside temperature sensor which is already connected.

A Communication module B Rotary selector

Examples S1
4 5

S1

C A Vitotronic 300, type KW3 B Vitotronic 050

C C Viessmann 2wire BUS

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Matching the coding addresses to the system version


In code 1 adjust the following coding addresses : "00" System design "A2" Cylinder priority "A5" Heating circuit pump logic function (economy mode) "C5" Flow temperature minimum limit "C6" Flow temperature maximum limit In code 2 set the following coding address: "4C" Function plug s M1 "4E" Function plug gS M1 "55" Buffer cylinder system "77" LON user number "7F" Detached house or apartment block "98" Viessmann system number

Note Further optional adjustments are listed in code 1 and 2.

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Checking outputs (actuators) and sensors Relay test


1. Press K and d simultaneously for approx. 2 s. Relay test is activated. 2. Control relay outputs with a or b. 3. Press d. Relay test is completed. The following relay outputs may be selected: Notes H Output 20 ON The illuminated heating circuit H Output 52 OPEN, selector indicates the corresponding Output 52 Ntr., heating circuit. Output 52 Closed H Cylinder primary pump ON Changing the rotational direction of H DHW circulation pump ON the mixer motor, see page 64. H Heating circuit pump M2 ON H Heating circuit pump M3 ON H Mixer M2 OPEN H Mixer M2 CLOSED H Mixer M3 OPEN H Mixer M3 CLOSED H Central fault messaging ON

Checking sensors
1. Press c. Scanning operating conditions is activated, see page 36. 2. Scan the actual temperatures with a or b. 3. Press c. Scanning is completed.

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Adjusting heating curves


Heating curves represent the relationship between the outside temperature and the flow temperature. To put it simply: The lower the outside temperature, the higher the flow temperature. The room temperature again depends on the flow temperature. Settings in the delivered condition: H Slope "n" = 1,4 H Level "N" = 0

Slope 3.4 3.2 3.0 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.2 2.0 1.8 Flow temperature in C 1.6 1.4 1.2 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 Outside temperature in C A Underfloor heating B Low temperature heating systems ([German] Energy Savings Order) C Heating system with boiler water temperatures in excess of 75 C
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Adjusting heating curves (cont.) Changing slope and level (for each heating circuit separately)
1. I for slope, value adjustable from 0.2 to 3.5; J for level, value adjustable from 13 to +40 K. 2. a/b for the required value. 3. d to confirm.

110 Flow temperature in C

3.5

A Change slope B Change level B

1.4

0.2 +20 20 Outside temperature in C

Changing the maximum limit for the flow temperature


(for each heating circuit separately) Delivered condition 75 C, change via coding address "C6". Note For underfloor heating circuits, you can select a maximum limit, e.g. 45 C ; for this, observe the systemspecific maximum permissible flow temperature. The maximum limit does not replace the maximum limit temperature limiter.

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Adjusting heating curves (cont.) Adjust the set room temperature (for each heating circuit separately)
Standard room temperature: Adjust the set temperature with rotary selector "ts". The value will automatically be accepted after approx. 2 s. Reduced room temperature: 1. E for "Reduced room temperature". 2. a/b for the required set temperature. 3. d to confirm.

Example 1: Adjustment of the standard room temperature from 20 C to 26 C AFlow temperature in C BOutside temperature in C CSet room temperature in C DHeating circuit pump OFF EHeating circuit pump ON

Example 2: Adjustment of the reduced room temperature from 5 C to 14 C Accordingly, the heating curve is adjusted along the set room temperature axis, which results in modified startup/shutdown characteristics of the heating circuit pumps, if heating circuit pump logic is activated.

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Service level summary


Function Key combination Exit Page

Adjusting the display Press d and a simultaneously; contrast the display will darken Press d and b simultaneously; the display will get lighter User check (in conjunction with LON system) Relay test Press L and d simultaneously for approx. 2 s Press K and d simultaneously for approx. 2 s Press K and G simultaneously for approx. 2 s Press c Press c Press L and d simultaneously for approx. 1 s Press d 26

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Temperatures and brief scans Operating condition Troubleshooting Calling up acknowledged fault messages Fault history

Press d

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Press c Press d

36 37 NO TAG

Press d for approx. 2 s Press d

Press G and d simultaneously for approx. 2 s Press L and G simultaneously for approx. 2 s; press e confirm with d Press K and L simultaneously for approx. 2 s Press L and G simultaneously for approx. 2 s; confirm with d

Press d

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Resetting codes into the delivered condition Code 1

74

Press K and L simultaneously for approx. 1s Press K and G simultaneously for approx. 1 s

74

Code 2
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Temperatures and brief scans


1. Press K and G simultaneously for approx. 2 s. 2. Select the required scan with a or b. 3. Press d. Scanning is completed.

The following values can be scanned, subject to the actual equipment level: H Slope M1/M2/M3 H Level M1/M2/M3 H Outside temp. adj. The adjusted outside temperature H Outside temp. actual can be reset to the current outside temperature with e. H Sensor 17 B If a sensor is connected. H Set DHW temp. H Actual DHW temp. If a cylinder temperature sensor is connected. H DHW Temp. 1. actual If two cylinder temperature H DHW temp. 2. actual sensors are connected. H Flow temperature, set H Flow temperature, actual H Room temp. set H Room temp. actual If a remote control unit is connected. H Brief scan 1 See page 35. to Brief scan 9

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Brie scan ef

Brief scan N/A Number of KM BUS users Number of Viess ssmann 2wire BUS users

8
Software version Communication module Software version Remote control Mixer circuit M2 Operating mode Mixer circuit M3 0 w/o remote control 1 with Vitotrol 200 2 with Vitotrol 300 Software version Mixer extension M2/M3 PCB N/A

System design (see coding address "00") s

Software version Control unit Operatng mode Mixer circuit M2 0 w/o remote control 1 with Vitotrol 200 2 with Vitotrol 300 N/A Subnet address/ s/system no. Software versio on Neuron chip Node address Number LON user

Software version N/A Programming unit

Temperatures and brief scans (cont.)

Operating mode Mixer circuit M1 0 w/o remote control 1 with Vitotrol 200 2 with Vitotrol 300

Software version Remote control Mixer circuit M1

Software version Remote control Mixer circuit M3

LON user no.

SNVT Software configuration version 0 = Auto communication 1 = Tool coprocessor Device recognition see coding s de address "92" in cod 2 N/A

N/A N/A

N/A

N/A

Service scans

N/A

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Solar control unit software

Service scans

Scanning operating conditions


1. Press c. 2. Select the required operating condition scan with a or b. 3. Press c. Scanning is completed.

The following operating conditions can be scanned subject to the actual equipment level: H User no. If a LON communication module is installed. H Holiday program with departure If a holiday program has been and return date entered. H Actual outside temperature H Sensor 17B (actual value) If a sensor is connected. H Actual DHW temperature If a cylinder temperature sensor is connected. H Actual DHW temperature 1 If two cylinder temperature H Actual DHW temperature 2 sensors are connected. H Flow temperature H Standard room temperature (set value) H Actual room temperature If a remote control unit is connected. H Actual solar DHW temperature In conj. with solar heating system. H Collector temperature (actual value) In conj. with solar heating system. H Solar energy (kWh) In conj. with solar heating system. H Time H Date H Output 20 ON/OFF Position detail in % H Output 52 OPEN/CLOSED H Cylinder pump ON/OFF H DHW circulation pump ON/OFF H Central heating circuit pump ON/OFF Position detail in % H Mixer open/closed In conj. with solar heating system. H Solar circuit pump ON/OFF In conj. with solar heating system. H Hours run solar circuit pump Each language can be selected as H Various languages the permanent display language with d.
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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit


The red fault indicator flashes for all faults. If a fault message is issued, the display flashes "Fault". A central fault messaging facility connected to plug g will be started.

Troubleshooting

Fault Mo 1
w

1. Press c.

57 C

2. Call up further fault codes with a or b. 3. The fault can be acknowledged with d. The fault message in the display will be hidden, but the red fault indicator continues to flash.

Note A new fault message will be shown in the display if an acknowledged fault is not removed by 07:00 h the following day.

Outdoor sensor

Fault display Fault code (for explanations, see page 39) Fault number (1 to 10) Fault symbol

DBG 1

1 10

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Plain text fault display H Outside temperature sensor H Flow sensor H Cylinder sensor 1 or 2 Will only be displayed if a second cylinder temperature sensor is connected. H Sensor 17B H Room temperature sensor H Collector sensor H Solar DHW sensor H User number H Fault user Display only if the control unit is programmed as fault manager. Calling up acknowledged fault messages 1. Press d for approx. 2 s. The fault will then be displayed. 2. Select an acknowledged fault with a or b.

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Fault code System characteristics Activates after 0 C outside p temperature Cause Short circuit Outside temperature sensor Lead broken Outside temperature sensor Mixer is "Closed" Short circuit Flow temperature sensor Mixer circuit M1 Lead broken Flow temperature sensor Mixer circuit M1 Short circuit Flow temperature sensor Mixer circuit M2 Short circuit Flow temperature sensor Mixer circuit M3 Lead broken Flow temperature sensor Mixer circuit M2 Lead broken Flow temperature sensor Mixer circuit M3 Check flow temperature sensor (see page 58) Remedy Check outside temperature sensor ( ) (see p g 59) page

10 18 20 28 40 44 48 4c

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Fault code System characteristics Cylinder primary pump ON: Set DHW temperature = set boiler water temperature, priority is cancelled or With cylinder storage system: Cylinder heating is started and stopped by cylinder temperature sensor 2 With cylinder storage system: Cylinder heating is started and stopped by cylinder temperature sensor 1 Cylinder primary pump "ON": Set DHW temperature = set boiler water temperature, priority is cancelled or With cylinder storage system: Cylinder heating is started and stopped by cylinder temperature sensor 2 Cause Short circuit Cylinder temperature sensor 1 Remedy Check cylinder temperature sensor (see page 57)

50

51

Short circuit Cylinder temperature sensor 2

58

Lead broken Cylinder temperature sensor 1

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Fault code System characteristics With cylinder storage system: Cylinder heating is started and stopped by cylinder temp. sensor 1 Weathercompensated control unit without p return temp. sensor or Primary circuit mixer closed Control mode Only the solar control unit fault codes will be displayed Cause Remedy

59

Lead broken Check cylinder Cylinder temperature sensor temperature sensor (see page 57) 2

70 78 92

Short circuit Temperature sensor aJB Lead broken Temperature sensor aJB

Check temperature sensor ( ) (see p g 58). page Without temperature sensor: Set code "4B:0"

Short circuit Check solar control Collector unit sensor temperature sensor, connects to Vitosolic S1 Short circuit Cylinder temperature sensor, connects to Vitosolic S2 Short circuit Temperature sensor, connects to Vitosolic S3 Lead broken Collector temperature sensor, connects to Vitosolic S1 Lead broken Cylinder temperature sensor, connects to Vitosolic S2

93

94 9a

9b
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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Fault code System characteristics Control mode Only the solar control unit fault codes will be displayed Cause Remedy

9c 9f

Lead broken Check solar control Temperature sensor, unit sensor connects to Vitosolic S3 Fault Solar control unit; displayed if an error without fault code occurs at the solar control unit Code "55:3" has been set, but plug aJB is not plugged in and/or Code "4C:1" and code "4E:1" have not been set Communication error Programming unit Internal electronics fault Check solar control unit

Aab

Controlled operation, perhaps DHW cylinder cold

Insert plug aJB and check coding

b1 b4 b5 b6 ba

Control mode

Check connections and replace programming unit, if required Replace electronics PCB

Undefined control characteristics Control mode Undefined control characteristics Mixer closed

Invalid hardware recognised Mixer extension PCB communication error

Check coding address "92" (see page 84) Replace the PCB (see parts list)

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Fault code System characteristics Control mode without remote control Cause Communication error Vitotrol remote control, Mixer circuit M1 Communication error Vitotrol remote control, Mixer circuit M2 Communication error Vitotrol remote control, Mixer circuit M3 Control mode Incorrect LON communication module Lead broken KM BUS to solar control unit Replace communication module (see parts list) Check KM BUS cable and the solar control unit. Without solar control unit: Set code "54:0" Check connections, cables/leads; if required, replace the function extension (see page 73). Without function extension: Set code "9d:0" Replace communication module (see parts list) Remedy Check connections, cable and coding address "A0" as well as the remote control DIP switches (see page 67 and 69)

bc bd be bf c2

c4

Communication with function extension 010 V faulty

cEf

LON communication module fault

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Fault code System characteristics Control mode without room influence Cause Short circuit Room temperature sensor, Mixer circuit M1 Short circuit Room temperature sensor, Mixer circuit M2 Short circuit Room temperature sensor, Mixer circuit M3 Lead broken Room temperature sensor, Mixer circuit M1 Lead broken Room temperature sensor, Mixer circuit M2 Lead broken Room temperature sensor, Mixer circuit M3 Control mode Remedy Check room temperature sensor (see p g ) page 72) and DIP switch setting on the Vitotrol (see page 67 and 69).

dEa dEb dEc dEd dEe dEf e0

Communication break Viessmann 2wire BUS

Check connection

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.) LON users fault messages
Preconditions: The control unit must be encoded as fault manager (code "79:1").

Participant

U1
Fault code

F1

12
Cause A user fault has occurred e.g. 12 (Vitotronic 050) Remedy Download fault code to user Installation and service instructions of the relevant control unit Check coding (see page 25) Check connecting LON cable Update user list (see page 24) Carry out a user check (see page 26)

System characteristics Control mode

01
to

98

No connection to the user

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Faults which are displayed at the programming unit (cont.)


Fault code System characteristics Control mode Cause Fault message active at Vitocom 300 No connection to Vitocom 300 Remedy Check external connections at Vitocom 300 Check coding (see page 25) Check connecting LON cable Update user list (see page 24) Carry out a user check (see page 26)

99

Downloading fault codes from the fault memory (fault history)


The most recent 10 faults are saved and may be called up. Faults are sorted by date. The most recent fault is thus fault number 1. 1. Press G and d simultaneously for approx. 2 s. 2. Call up the individual fault codes with a/b. Note All saved fault codes can be deleted with e. 3. Press d.

Fault history

F11

18

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Heating circuit control unit Brief description


The set flow temperature of every heating circuit is selected by the following parameters: H Outside temperature H Set room temperature H Operating mode H Heating curve The flow temperature of the mixer circuits is regulated by the stepped opening or closing of the mixers. The mixer motor control changes the actuating and pause times subject to the control difference (control deviation). Coding addresses which influence the heating circuit control 9F, A0 to Fb. For a description, see the coding overview.

Functions
Time program The control unit time switch changes in accordance with the programmed times in the central heating program between the central heating with standard temperature and central heating with reduced temperature operating modes. Every operating mode has its own set value level. Outside temperature A heating curve must be set up for matching the control unit to the building and the heating system. The heating curve characteristics determine the set flow temperature subject to outside temperature. An average outside temperature is used for control purposes. This comprises the actual and the adjusted outside temperature.
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Heating circuit control (cont.)


Room temperature in conjunction with remote control and room temperature hookup (observe coding address "b0") Compared to the outside temperature, the room temperature has a greater influence on the set flow temperature. This influence may be changed via coding address "b2". For control differences (actual value deviation) above 2 K room temperature, the influence can be increased again (via coding address "b6", quick heatup/quick setback). Quick heatup: The set room temperature must be raised by a minimum of 2 K by H pressing party key M H changing from central heating with reduced temperature to central heating with standard temperature H startup optimisation Quick heatup will stop when the set room temperature has been reached. Quick setback: The set room temperature must be reduced by a minimum of 2 K by H pressing economy key N H changing from central heating with standard temperature to central heating with reduced temperature H Shutdown time optimisation Quick setback will stop when the set room temperature has been reached. Heating circuit pump logic (economy mode) The heating circuit pump is switched OFF (set flow temperature set to 0 C), when the outside temperature exceeds the value selected via coding address "A5". Extended economy mode The heating circuit pump is switched OFF and the set flow temperature is set to 0 C, if: H the outside temperature exceeds the value selected via coding address "A6" H the set room temperature is reduced via coding address "A9" H the mixer has been closed for 12 min (mixer economy function, coding address "A7") H the actual room temperature exceeds the value selected via coding address "b5" Screed function Note Observe DIN 4725 part 4. Four different temperature profiles can be selected for drying the screed. These profiles are activated via coding address "F1". When the screed drying function is activated, the heating circuit pump is switched ON and the flow temperature will be held at the selected profile. After completion (30 days), the mixer circuit will again be regulated automatically via the set parameters.

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Heating circuit control (cont.)


Underfloor heating (only mixer circuit M1) An additional return temperature sensor can be connected to achieve an optimum underfloor heating system. The control unit calculates a set return temperature. Changes are implemented if the actual return temperature deviates from the set return temperature. The temperature differential may be changed via coding address "C7". When changing from central heating with reduced temperature to central heating with standard temperature, the set flow temperature can be raised by 20 % for one hour via code "C9:1". System dynamics mixer circuit You can influence the control characteristics of the mixer via coding address "C4". Frost protection When the outside temperature falls below +1C, a flow temperature of at least 10 C will be safeguarded. For changes see coding address "A3", variable frost limit. Flow temperature control Differential temperature: The differential temperature can be adjusted via coding address "9F", Delivered condition 8 K. The differential temperature is the minimum value by which the boiler water temperature should be higher than the current highest required flow temperature of the mixer circuits. 110 Flow temperature in C 8K B A D C E

87

50

+20 20 Outside temperature in C A Max. boiler water temperature B Slope = 1.8 mixer circuit M1 C Slope = 0.6 mixer circuit M2 Level= 10 D Boiler water temperature (at a differential temperature of 8 K) E Lower boiler water temperature

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Function description

Heating circuit control (cont.)


Upper control limit Electronic maximum limit Setting range: 10 to 127 C Changes via coding address "C6" Note The maximum limit is no replacement for the underfloor heating system temperature limiter (see page 65). Temperature limiter for underfloor heating: The temperature limiter switches the heating circuit pump OFF if the set value has been exceeded. In such cases, the flow temperature reduces only slowly, i.e. it may be several hours before the system restarts again automatically. Lower control range limit Electronic minimum limit (only active in operation with standard room temperature) Setting range: 1 to 127 C Changes via coding address "C5"

Control sequence
Mixer circuit Inside the "neutral zone" (1 K) the mixer motor will not be controlled. Flow temperature drops (set value 1 K) The mixer motor receives the signal "Mixer open". The signal duration lengthens with an increasing control differential. The duration of pauses reduces with an increasing control differential. Flow temperature rises (set value +1 K) The mixer motor receives the signal "Mixer closed". The signal duration lengthens with an increasing control differential. The duration of pauses reduces with an increasing control differential.

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Cylinder temperature control Brief description


The cylinder thermostat operates with a constant temperature. It is the result of starting and stopping the cylinder primary pump. The switching differential is 2.5K. During cylinder heating, a constant upper boiler water temperature will be set (20 K higher than the set cylinder temperature, adjustable via coding address "60") and central heating is switched OFF (optional cylinder priority). Coding addresses which influence the cylinder thermostat 54, 55, 56, 58 to 62, 64, 66, 67, 70 to 75, 7F A2. , For a description, see the coding overview.

Functions
Time program An automatic program or an individual time program may be selected for DHW heating and the control of the DHW circulation pump. Compared with the heating circuit heatup phase, DHW heating starts 30 minutes earlier in automatic mode. The individual time program enables up to four time phases per day to be set via the time switch to control the DHW heating and four time phases per day for the DHW circulation pump. Any cylinder heating sequence will be completed, independent of the time program. In conjunction with coding address "7F" "7F:1" Detached house: H Automatic mode The heating times for heating circuit 1 are applied to systems with two or three heating circuits. H Individual time program The switching times for DHW heating and the DHW circulation pump have the same effect on all heating circuits. "7F:0" Apartment block: H Automatic mode The heating times for the respective heating circuit will be applied to systems with two or three heating circuits. H Individual time program The switching times for DHW heating can be adjusted separately for each heating circuit.

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Cylinder temperature control (cont.)


DHW priority H With DHW priority: (code "A2:2"): The set flow temperature will be set to 0 C during cylinder heating. The mixer closes, and the heating circuit pump is switched OFF . H Without DHW priority: The heating circuit control unit continues to operate with the same set value. Frost protection The DHW cylinder will be heated to 20 C if the DHW temperature falls below 5 C. Auxiliary function for DHW heating This function is activated by providing a second set DHW temperature via coding address "58", and activating the fourth DHW phase for DHW heating. Set DHW temperature The set DHW temperature can be adjusted between 10 and 60 C. The set range can be extended to 95 C via coding address "56". The set default value of the programming unit and/or the Vitotrol 300 remote control (if installed) can be allocated via coding address "66". DHW circulation pump The DHW circulation pump delivers hot water to the drawoff points at adjustable times. Up to four time phases can be set at the time switch. Auxiliary circuits DHW heating can be blocked or enabled by changing over the heating program (see coding address "b5"). System with cylinder storage system These functions also apply in conjunction with the cylinder storage system. Set the following codes: "4C:1", "4E:1", "55:3" (see coding overview). Systems with Vitosolic A third set DHW temperature can be defaulted via coding address "67". Reheating will be suppressed above the selected temperature. The DHW cylinder will only be heated by the solar heating system.

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Cylinder temperature control (cont.)


DHW demand to central cylinder (Only in conjunction with LON communication module) The DHW demand can optionally be applied to a central DHW cylinder (coding address "57"). The cylinder temperature control of the Vitotronic 050 is inactive, i.e. no DHW temperature can be set and no DHW circulation pump can be controlled. However, the time phases for DHW heating remain active.

Control sequence
Pump runon H The cylinder primary pump runs on after cylinder heating until the following criteria have been met: The weathercompensated set boiler water temperature has been reached or The set DHW temperature has been exceeded by 5 K or The maximum runon time (adjustable via coding address "62") has been reached H Without the cylinder primary pump running on (code "62:0") Code "55:0" Cylinder heating DHW cylinder goes cold (set value 2.5K; adjustable via coding address "59") The set boiler water temperature is adjusted 20 K higher than the set DHW (adjustable via coding address "60"). The DHW cylinder is hot (set value +2.5 K) The set boiler water temperature is returned to the weathercompensated value.

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Function description

Cylinder temperature control (cont.)


Code "55:2": Cylinder temperature control with 2 cylinder temperature sensors Cylinder temperature sensor 1 enables the cylinder primary pump and is evaluated for termination conditions during the pump runon time (see page 53). Cylinder temperature sensor 2 (inside the cold water inlet) is designed to start cylinder heating prematurely when large volumes of DHW are drawn off as well as to stop cylinder heating prematurely, if no DHW is drawn. Select starting and stopping points via coding addresses "68" and "69". set flow temperature has been reached (set DHW temperature + 5 K), then it runs constantly. Then it runs constantly. If, during cylinder heating, the actual value stays below the required set temperature, then the cylinder primary pump will temporarily cycle again. The DHW cylinder is hot (Cylinder temperature sensor 1: Actual valuey Set value and Cylinder temperature sensor 2: Actual value > Set value 1.5 K) H The set boiler water temperature is reset to the weathercompensated value, H The cylinder primary pump is switched OFF: Immediately, if the threeway mixing valve is open or after expiry of a runon time, which is adjustable via code "62".

Code "55:3" Cylinder thermostat storage system

cylinder

DHW cylinder goes cold (Set value 2.5 K; adjustable via coding address "59") H The set boiler water temperature is adjusted 20 K higher than the set DHW (adjustable via coding address "60") H The cylinder primary pump is switched ON H The threeway mixing valve opens and then regulates to the defaulted set value H The cylinder primary pump cycles (short term ON and OFF) until the

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Components

Components from the parts list


For parts list, see page 102.

Main PCB 230 V~


The main PCB comprises: H Relays and outputs for controlling pumps and actuators H Slot for power supply unit

Power supply unit PCB


The power supply unit PCB comprises the low voltage supply for all electronic equipment.

Mixer extension PCB Main PCB low voltage


The main PCB comprises: H Connection plug for sensors, communication connections and external hookups H Slot for electronics PCB, power supply unit, LON communication module, Viessmann 2wire BUS communication module, 2wire BUS, programming unit and Optolink PCB Only for type HK3W The PCB comprises the relays for controlling the mixer motor and the heating circuit pumps.

Supplementary mixer extension PCB


Only for type HK3W This is plugged into the mixer extension PCB. All data is processed and the outputs (relay) are selected.

Electronics PCB
Microprocessor with software When replacing the PCB: 1. Record the codes and adjustments made at the control unit. 2. Replace the PCB. 3. Set code "8A: 176" and coding address "92" to H "92 : 170" for type HK1W, H "92 : 171" for type HK3W.
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Optolink PCB
The PCB comprises: H Burner standby display H Fault display H Optolink laptop interface

Front cover
Only for type HK1W

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Components

Components from the parts list (cont.) Front panel with heating circuit selector keys
Only for type HK3W Display and selection of the heating circuit.

Viessmann 2wire BUS communication module


Electronics PCB for data exchange with Vitotronic 300, type KW3 The communication interruption will be displayed. The rotary selector is set at the factory to 4.

Programming unit
Settings: H Heating program H Set values H Switching times H Heating curve (slope and level) H Date H Time H Economy and party mode Displaying: H Temperatures H Operating conditions H Faults

Communication module LON


PCB for data exchange. A LON C A A LON C

LON LON B

LON LON B

Programming unit ON/OFF switch


Including fuse and mains isolator.

A Control unit or Vitocom 300 B Connecting cable for data exchange between control units, part no. 7143 495 C Terminators, part no. 7143 497 The communication interruption will be displayed.

Fuse
F1: 6.3 A (slow), 250 V, max. power loss x 2.5 W, to protect the total device, the pumps, the actuators and all electronics.
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Components from the parts list (cont.) Cylinder temperature sensor


Connection See page 15. Check sensor 1. Pull plug %. 680 660 640 620 600 Resistance in 580 560 540 20 40 60 0 80 Cylinder temperature in C 2. Check the sensor resistance at terminals 1 and 2 or 2 and 3 (if a second cylinder temperature sensor has been connected). 3. Compare the measurement with the actual temperature displayed (for scanning, see page 34). Check the installation and replace sensor, if necessary, in case of severe deviation. Specification Protection: Permiss. ambient temperature H in operation H during storage and transport:

IP 32

0 to +90 C 20 to +70 C

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Components from the parts list (cont.) Contact temperature sensor and immersion temperature sensor
For recording the flow and return temperature. Connection See page 15. Check sensor 1. Pull plug ? or aJ. 740 720 700 680 660 640 620 Resistance in 600 580 560 540 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Flow temperature or return temperature in C 2. Check the sensor resistance at terminals "1" and "2" of the plug. 3. Compare the test result with the actual temperature (for scanning, see page 34). Check the installation and replace sensor, if necessary, in case of severe deviation. Specification Protection: Permiss. ambient temperature H in operation: H in storage and transport:

IP 32 0 to +100 C 20 to + 70 C

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Components from the parts list (cont.) Outside temperature sensor


Connection See page 15. Checking the outside temperature sensor 1. Pull plug !. 600 580 560 540 520 500 Resistance in 480 460 440 420 400 40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 Outside temperature in C 5. Scan actual temperature (see page 34). Specification Protection: IP 43 Permissible ambient temperature for operation, storage and transport: 40 to +70 C 2. Check the sensor resistance at terminals "1" and "2" of the plug. 3. Where actual values strongly deviate from the curve values, repeat the sensor test and compare with the actual temperature (for scanning, see page 34). 4. Depending on the result, replace cable or outside temperature sensor.

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Radio clock receiver, part no. 7450 563


The radio clock receiver provides a fully automatic time setting for the control unit and remote control unit (if connected). A B E

C D
1

A Outside temperature sensor B Radio clock receiver C Green LED

D Red LED E Aerial

Connection 2core cable with a maximum length of 35 m and a cross section of 1.5 mm2 (copper). Check reception During reception, the green LED on the radio clock receiver flashes. When the red LED flashes, rotate the aerial until reception is confirmed by the flashing green LED.

Specification Protection: IP 43 Permissible ambient temperature for operation, storage and transport: 40 to +70 C

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Mixer circuit extension kit, Part no. 7450 650


Comprising: H Flow temperature sensor as contact temperature sensor to record the flow temperature, see page 58 H Mixer motor with connecting cable, 4 m long, and plug for connecting the heating circuit pump.

Mixer motor, part no. 7450 657

A Plug in the mixer motor Y Mixer open B Mixer closed Changing the rotational direction (see page 64). Remove the cover and reinsert the 3pole plug A turned by 180. Checking the direction of rotation The relay test of the control unit moves the mixer to "Open" and "Closed". Specification Rated voltage: Rated frequency: Power consumption: Protection: Torque: Runtime for 90:

230 V~ 50 Hz 4W IP 42 3 Nm 120 s

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Mixer motor, part no. 9522 487


for central heating mixers DN 40 and 50

Y2 Y1 N

AUTO

M 1~ A
MAN

A Mixer motor Y Mixer open B Mixer closed

B Coupling switch

Changing the rotational direction (see page 64) Interchange both cores at terminals "Y1" and "Y2". Checking the direction of rotation The relay test of the control unit moves the mixer to "Open" and "Closed".

Manual mixer adjustment Clutch switch B set to "MAN". Specification Rated voltage: Rated frequency: Power consumption: Protection: Torque: Runtime for 90:

230 V~ 50 Hz 3W IP 42 5 Nm 135 s

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Mixer motor, part no. 9522 488


for central heating mixer DN 65 and 100

12 11

Y2 Y1 N

100% 0%
AUTO

M 1~ A
MAN

A Mixer motor Y Mixer open B Mixer closed Changing the rotational direction (see page 64). Interchange both cores at terminals "Y1" and "Y2". Checking the direction of rotation The relay test of the control unit moves the mixer to "Open" and "Closed".

B Coupling switch

Manual mixer adjustment Clutch switch B set to "MAN". Specification Rated voltage: Rated frequency: Power consumption: Protection: Torque: Runtime for 90:

230 V~ 50 Hz 4W IP 42 12 Nm 125 s

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Installation examples
Mixer insert conversion (if required); see mixer installation instructions. Note For system with Modular Divicon, reverse the rotational direction. Delivered condition of the mixer motor rotational direction HV Change the mixer motor rotational direction for these installation examples HV

KV KR KV

HR

HR KR KV

KV

KR HR HR

HV

HV HR HR

KR

HV KV HV

KR

KR KV HV

HV

HR KV HR HV 64 Heating return Heating flow KR KV KV

HR

Boiler return Boiler flow

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Temperature limiter for maximum temperature limiting


Immersion thermostat, part no. 7151 728 Contact thermostat, part no. 7151 729 Electromechanical temperature limiter according to the liquid expansion principle. Switches the heating circuit pump OFF when the set value has been , exceeded. In such cases, the flow temperature reduces only slowly, i.e it may be several hours before the system restarts again automatically. Specification Setting range: Terminals:

0 to 80 C Screw terminals for 1.5 mm2 Switching differential H Immersion thermostat: max. 11 K H Contact thermostat: max. 14 K

M 1~

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A Heating circuit pump B Control thermostat (temp. limiter) C Plug s of the thermostat (temperature limiter) to the control unit 65

Components

Remote control
Vitotrol 200, part no. 7450 017 (incl. integral room temperature sensor for room temperature hookup) Settings: H Day temperature H Heating program H Economy and party mode Function changes can be made via coding addresses "A0", "b0" to "b9", "C0" to "C2", "C8", "E1", "E2" and "F2" (see overview). Connection 2core lead (total length max. 50 m). Room temperature sensor connection 2core cable with a maximum length of 35 m and a crosssection of 1.5 mm2 (copper).

13b 145 9

A Wall mounting base for Vitotrol 200 B To the control unit C Separate room temperature sensor

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Remote control (cont.)


Specification Power supply via KM BUS. Safety class: III Protection: IP 30 Permiss. ambient temperature H in operation: 0 to +40 C H in storage and in transport: 20 to +65 C Setting range Standard set room temp.: 10 to 30 C; adjustable to 3 to 23 C or 17 to 37 C via coding address "E1" Reduced set room temperature adjustment at the control unit.

ON S6 1234

D DIP switches on the PCB (back of the remote control) Remote control affects DIP switch setting

Mixer circuit M1 Delivered (heating circuit condition selection key !) ON


1234

Mixer circuit M2 (heating circuit selection key ?) Mixer circuit M3 (heating circuit selection key )

ON 1234 ON 1234

When connecting a separate room temperature sensor, set DIP switch "S6.3" to ON.
ON 1234
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Remote control (cont.)


Vitotrol 300, part no. 7179 060 (incl. integral room temperature sensor for room temperature hookup) Settings: H Day and night temperature H Holiday program H Domestic hot water temperature H Switching times H Heating program H Economy and party mode Function changes can be made via coding addresses "A0", "b0" to "b9", "C0" to "C2", "C8", "E1" and "E2" and "F8" (see overview). A Connection 2core lead (total length max. 50 m). Room temperature sensor connection 2core cable with a maximum length of 35 m and a crosssection of 1.5 mm2 (copper).

13b 145 9

A Wall mounting base for Vitotrol 300 B To the control unit C Separate room temperature sensor

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Remote control (cont.)


Specification Power supply via KM BUS. Safety class: III Protection: IP 30 Permiss. ambient temperature H in operation: 0 to +40 C H during storage and transport: 20 to + 65 C Setting range for set standard room temp.: 10 to 30 C; adjustable from 3 to 23 C or 17 to 37 C via coding address "E1" Reduced room temp.: 3 to 37 C

A
S3 1 2 3 4

ON

S3

A PCB DIP switches (back of the top casing).

Remote control affects

DIP switch setting

ON

Mixer circuit M2 (heating circuit selection key ?) Mixer circuit M3 (heating circuit selection key )

ON 1234

ON

When connecting a separate room temperature sensor, set DIP switch "S3.3" to ON.
1234

ON

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1234

Mixer circuit M1 Delivered (heating circuit condition selection key !)

1 234

RTS int. ext. 3 2 1

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Remote control (cont.) Connecting several remote control units


When connecting several remote controls to the control unit, install a socket on site. Version 1 C D E

max. 15 m

max. 15 m

max. 15 m

145

A To control unit B Socket (on site) C Vitotrol 1 D Vitotrol 2 E Vitotrol 3

H Onsite connection via socket: Connect in accordance with the diagram above. H The total length of all KM BUS cables should be limited to 50 m.

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Remote control (cont.)


Version 2 max. 15 m max. 15 m

max. 15 m

F B

145

A To control unit B Socket (on site) C Vitotrol 1 D Vitotrol 2 E Vitotrol 3 F Additional BUS users

H If several remote control units and additional KM BUS users are connected, make the connections via a socket (onsite) as shown in the diagram above. H The total length of all KM BUS cables should be limited to 50 m.

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Room temperature sensor, part no. 7408 012


The room temperature sensor measures the actual room temperature, if the remote control unit cannot be installed in a suitable location. Connection See pages 66 and 68. Check the room temperature sensor 1. Disconnect the wires from the sensor. 600 590 580 570 560 550 540 Resistance in 530 520 510 500 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Room temperature in C 2. Check the sensor resistance at terminals 9 and 13b. 3. Compare the measurement with the actual temperature displayed (for scanning, see page 34). Check the installation and replace sensor, if necessary, in case of severe deviation. Specification Protection: Permiss. ambient temperature H in operation H during storage and transport:

IP 30

0 to +40 C 20 to +65 C

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Functions extension 0 to 10 V, part no 7174 718


To control a feed pump, e.g in a substation or for signalling reduced mode.
24V 5V

Electronics

B
F1 T250mA ON OFF 1 2 3 4 L1 40 230V~ A + N S P 1 2 3 1 2 3

157

144

145

f aVF aVG aBJ

Power supply 010 V input KM BUS Zero volt contact

A Mains isolator (if required) B DIP switch (see table)

DIP switch 1 to 3 1 2 3 OFF ON ON ON

Function Controlling the feed pump Mixer circuit reduced mode M1 Mixer circuit reduced mode M2 Mixer circuit reduced mode M3

Note Set only one switch to ON.

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Resetting codes to the delivered condition


1. Press L and G simultaneously for approx. 2 s. 2. Press e. Confirm "Standard setting? Yes" with d. With a or b, "Standard setting? Yes" or "Standard setting? No" can be selected.

Code 1 Calling up code 1


1. Press K and L simultaneously for approx. 2 s. 2. Select the required coding address with a or b, the address flashes; confirm with d, the value flashes. 3. Change the value with a or b; confirm with d. The display briefly shows "Accepted", then the address flashes again. Call up further addresses with a or b. 4. Press K and L simultaneously for approx. 1 s.

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Code 1 (cont.) Summary


Coding in the delivered condition System design 00 : 1 Mixer circuit M1 g without DHW heating 00 : 2 Mixer circuit M1 with DHW heating Possible change

Only for type HK3W 00 : 3 Mixer circuit M2 without DHW heating 00 : 4 00 : 5 00 : 6 00 : 7 00 : 8 00 : 9 00 : 10 User no. 77 : 10 LON user number 77 : 1 to 77 : 99 LON user number, adjustable from 1 to 99 Note Allocate each number only once Mixer circuit M2 with DHW heating Mixer circuit M1 and M2 without DHW heating Mixer circuit M1 and M2 with DHW heating Mixer circuit M2 and M3 without DHW heating Mixer circuit M2 and M3 with DHW heating Mixer circuit M1, M2 and M3 without DHW heating Mixer circuit M1, M2 and M3 with DHW heating

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Code 1 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition DHW priority M1/M2/M3 A2 : 2 Cylinder priority control for g p heating circuit p pump and mixer Possible change A2 : 0 A2 : 1 Without DHW priority for heating circuit pump The mixer is closed and the heating circuit pump runs whilst the cylinder is being loaded No function

A2 : 3 to A2 : 15 Summer econ. M1/M2/M3 A5 : 5 With heating circuit pump logic function Electronic minimum flow temperature limit 20 C A5 : 0

Without heating circuit pump logic function Minimum limit adjustable from 1 to 127 C (only for operation with standard room temperature) Maximum limit adjustable from 10 to 127 C

Flow min. temp. M1/M2/M3 C5: 20 C5: 1 to C5 : 127

Flow max. temp. M1/M2/M3 C6: 75 Electronic maximum flow temperature limit set to 75 C C6: 10 to C6 : 127

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Code 2
The summary from page 78 lists all possible coding addresses.

The coding addresses are grouped as follows. Initially the possible coding addresses "A0" to "FF" for the mixer circuit M1 are scanned, then those for mixer circuits M2 and M3, again starting with coding address "A0".

System design Cod. 00 General Cod. 4b to 54 DHW Cod. 55 to 75 General Cod. 76 to 9F Heating circuit M1 Cod. A0 to FF Heating circuit M2 Cod. A0 to FF Heating circuit M3 Cod. A0 to FF

Calling up code 2
1. Press L and G simultaneously for approx. 2 s; confirm with d. 2. Select the required coding address with a or b, the address flashes; confirm with d, the value flashes. 3. Change the value with a or b; confirm with d. The display briefly shows "Accepted", then the address flashes again. Call up further addresses with a or b. 4. Press L and G simultaneously for approx. 1 s.

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Code 2 (cont.) Overall summary


Coding in the delivered condition System design (see page 75) General 4b : 0 Sensor aJB not installed 4b : 1 Sensor aJB installed (e. g. return temperature sensor); automatic recognition Primary pump cylinder storage system No function Possible change

4C :

Connection on plug s M1: Heating circuit pump

4C : 4C : and 4C :

1 2 3 1 1 2

4E :

Connection at plug gS M 1: Mixer motor Without solar control unit

4E : 54 : 54 :

Threeway mixing valve cylinder storage system With Vitosolic 100; automatic recognition With Vitosolic 200; automatic recognition Cylinder temperature control with 2 cylinder temperature sensors Cylinder temperature control cylinder storage system

54 :

DHW 55 : 0 Cylinder heating, hysteresis 2.5 K 55 : 2

55 :

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition DHW (cont.) 56 : 0 DHW temperature setting range 10 to 60 C 56 : 1 DHW temperature setting range 10 to 95 C Notes H Observe the max. permissible DHW temperature H Change control thermostat "R" on the boiler control unit (if required) Possible change

57 :

With LON communication module; No DHW demand to central cylinder Without auxiliary function for DHW heating

57 : 1 58 : 1 to 58 : 95

DHW demand to central cylinder Input of a second set DHW temperature; adjustable from 1 to 95 C (observe coding address "56" and section "Auxiliary function" on page 52). Starting point adjustable from 1 to 10 K below the set value Flow temperature demand of DHW cylinder is maximum system value The difference between the boiler water temperature and the set DHW temperature is adjustable from 10 to 50 K Circulation pump without runon Max. runon time adjustable from 1 to 15 min

58 :

59 :

Cylinder heating: Starting point 2.5 K Stopping point +2.5 K No function

59 : 1 to 59 : 10 5A : 1

5A :

60 : 20

During DHW heating, boiler water temperature is max. 20 K higher than the set DHW temperature The circulation pump will run on for a max. of 10 min

60 : 10 to 60 : 50

62 : 10

62 :

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition DHW (cont.) 64 : 2 During party mode and after external changeover during operation with permanently standard room temperature: 64 : Enable constant DHW g heating and DHW circulation pump ON 64 : Possible change

0 1

No DHW heating, DHW circulation pump OFF DHW heating and DHW circulation pump according to time program

66 :

Input of set DHW temperature: g at the p g programming unit and all Vitotrol 300 remote control units

66 : 66 :

0 1

at the programming unit at the programming unit and the remote control mixer circuit M1 at the programming unit and remote control unit, mixer circuit M2 at the programming unit and remote control unit, mixer circuit M3 at the remote control, mixer circuit M1 at the remote control, mixer circuit M2 at the remote control, mixer circuit M3 Without third set temperature Set temperature adjustable from 1 to 95 C (subject to the input of coding address "56")
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66 :

66 :

66 : 66 : 66 : 67 : 40 With Vitosolic: p Set third DHW temperature 40 C (see page 52) 67 :

5 6 7 0

67: 1 to 67 : 95

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition DHW (cont.) 68 : 8 With 2 cylinder temperature sensors (code "55:2"): 68 : 2 cylinder heating switchoff to point with set value 0.8 68 : 10 With 2 cylinder temperature sensors (Code "55 : 2"): 69 : cylinder heating starting to point with set value 0.7 69 : DHW circulation pump ON according to time program when DHW heating is enabled DHW circulation pump: ON according to time p g program 70 : Possible change

Factor adjustable from 0.2 to 1; 1 step 0.1

69 :

1 9 1

Factor adjustable from 0.1 to 0.9; 1 step 0.1 DHW circulation pump ON according to time program

70 :

71 :

71 : 71 :

1 2 1 2

OFF during DHW heating to set value 1 ON during DHW heating to set value 1 OFF during DHW heating to set value 2 ON during DHW heating to set value 2 During time program 1x/h for 5 min ON to 6 x/h for 5 min ON Permanently ON

72 :

72 : 72 :

73 :

0 73 : to 73 : 73 : 1 6 7

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition DHW (cont.) 75 : 0 DHW circulation pump during economy mode or standby mode: ON according to time program Without communication module Possible change

75 :

OFF

General 76 : 0 76 : 1 With LON communication module; automatic recognition With Viessmann 2wire BUS communication module; automatic recognition LON user number, adjustable from 1 to 99 Note Allocate each number only once. 78 : 1 With LON communication module: LON communication enabled Control unit is not fault manager With LON communication module: Do not transmit time via BUS Detached house A fault message is g displayed, providing a fault is active for at least 5 s

76 :

77 :

10

LON user number

77 : 1 to 77 : 99

78 : 79 :

0 1

LON communication disabled Control unit is fault manager

79 : 7b :

0 0

7b : 7F : 80 :

1 0 0

Transmit time via BUS Apartment block (see page 51) Immediate fault message The minimum fault duration, until a message is displayed, is adjustable from 10 to 995 s; 1 step 5 s

7F : 80 :

1 1

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition General 81 : 1 Automatic summer/winter g time changeover Note Coding addresses "82" to "87" only possible if code "81:1" is installed. 82 : 3 Summer starts: March 81 : 81 : 81 : 0 2 3 Manual summer/winter time changeover Incl. radio clock module; automatic recognition Accept time via LON January to December Week 1 to Week 5 Monday to Sunday January to December Week 1 to Week 5 Monday to Sunday Temperature displayed in F (Fahrenheit) Possible change

82 : 1 to 82 : 12 83 : to 83 : 84 : to 84 : 1 5 1 7

83 :

Summer starts: last week of the month

84 :

Summer starts: last day of the week (Sunday) Winter starts: October

85 : 10

85 : 1 to 85 : 12 86 : to 86 : 87 : to 87 : 1 5 1 7 1

86 :

Winter starts: last week of the month

87 :

Winter starts: last day of the week (Sunday)

88 :

Temperature displayed in C 88 : (Celsius) Do not adjust

8A : 175
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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition General (cont.) 8E : 4 Displaying and acknowledging faults: g 8E : at the p g programming unit and the remote control units 8E : (if installed) 8E : Possible change

0 1

at the programming unit at the programming unit and the remote control mixer circuit M1 at the programming unit and remote control unit, mixer circuit M2 at the programming unit and remote control unit, mixer circuit M3 Fast (low values) or slow (high values) matching of flow temperature subject to set value if the outside temperature changes; 1 step 10 min Contact affects: Mixer circuit M1 Mixer circuit M2 Mixer circuit M1, M2 Mixer circuit M3 Mixer circuit M1,M3 Mixer circuit M2, M3 Mixer circuit M1, M2, M3

8E :

90 : 128

Time constant for 90 : 0 calculating adjusted outside to temperature 21.3 h 90 : 199

91 :

Connection at terminals 1 ( and 2 in p g aVD (external plug heating program) inactive

91 : 1 91 : 2 91 : 3 91 : 4 91 : 5 91 : 6 91 : 7

92 : 170 (HK1W) or 92 : 171 (HK3W)

Do not adjust Will only be displayed, if "8A:176" has been adjusted.

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition General (cont.) 94 : 0 Without plugin adaptor for external safety equipment With mixer extension PCB, delivered condition for type HK3W With communication module: p Outside temperature from the installed sensor will be used 94 : 1 With plugin adaptor, e. g. for external fault hookups; automatic recognition Without mixer extension PCB, delivered condition for type HK1W 1 2 Outside temperature is accepted from the BUS The outside temperature of the sensor connected to the control unit will be used and transmitted via the LON BUS Possible change

96 :

96 : 0

97 :

97 : 97 :

98 :

LON communication module Viessmann system number 98 : 2 to (in conjunction with monitoring several systems) 98 : 5 Connection at terminals 2 and 3 in p g aVD plug (External "Mixer closed") inactive 99 : 99 : 99 : 99 : 99 : 99 : 99 : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

System number adjustable from 2 to 5 Contact affects: Mixer circuit M1 Mixer circuit M2 Mixer circuit M1, M2 Mixer circuit M3 Mixer circuit M1,M3 Mixer circuit M2, M3 Mixer circuit M1, M2, M3

99 :

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition General (cont.) 9A : 0 Connection at terminals 1 and 2 in p g aVD plug (External mixer open) inactive 9A : 9A : 9A : 9A : 9A : 9A : 9A : 9C : 20 With LON communication module: LON user monitoring When there is no response from a user, values defaulted by the control unit continue to be used for a further 20 min. Only then will a fault message be triggered. Without function extension 010 V 1 Contact affects: Mixer circuit M1 Possible change

2 Mixer circuit M2 3 Mixer circuit M1, M2 4 Mixer circuit M3 5 Mixer circuit M1, M3 6 Mixer circuit M2, M3 7 Mixer circuit M1, M2, M3

9C :

No monitoring

9C : 5 to 9C : 60

Time adjustable from 5 to 60 min

9d : 9F :

0 8

9d :

With function extension; automatic recognition Differential temperature adjustable from 0 to 40 K

Differential temperature 8 K, 9F : 0 this is added to the highest to flow temperature 9F : 40 Without remote control A0 : A0 :

Mixer circuit A0 : 0 1 With Vitotrol 200 2 With Vitotrol 300

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) A2 : 2 Cylinder priority control for A2 : g p heating circuit p pump and mixer A2 : 0 Without cylinder priority control 1 With cylinder priority applied to mixer: The mixer will be closed whilst the cylinder is being heated up; the heating circuit pump operates No function Possible change

A2 : 3 to A3 : 15 A3 : 2 Outside temp. below 1 C: Heating circuit pump ON Outside temp. above 3 C: Heating circuit pump OFF

A3 : 9 A3 : 8 A3 : 7 A3 : 6 Please note A3 : 5 When selecting a value below 1 C, there is a risk A3 : 4 A3 : 3 of pipes outside the thermal insulation of the A3 : 2 A3 : 1 house freezing up. A3 : 0 Particularly the standby A3 : 1 mode should be taken A3 : 2 into consideration, e.g. to during holidays. A3 : 15 A4 :

Heating circuit pump ON at OFF at 10 C 8 C 19 C 7 C 8 C 6 C 7 C 5 C 6 C 4 C 5 C 3 C 4 C 2 C 3 C 1 C 2 C 0 C 1 C 1 C 0 C 2 C 1 C 3 C to 14 C 16 C

A4 :

0 With frost protection

1 No frost protection, Adjustment only possible if code "A3 : 9" has been programmed.

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) A5 : 5 With heating circuit pump g y logic function ( (economy mode): Heating circuit pump OFF if , the outside temperature (AT) is 1 K higher than the set room temperature (RTset) AT > RTset + 1 K A5 : 0 Without heating circuit pump logic function With heating circuit pump logic function: Heating circuit pump OFF if , AT > RTset +5 K AT > RTset +4 K AT > RTset +3 K AT > RTset +2 K AT > RTset +1 K AT >RTset AT > RTset 1 K to AT > RTset 9 K Possible change

A5 : 1 A5 : 2 A5 : 3 A5 : 4 A5 : 5 A5 : 6 A5 : 7 to A5 : 15

A6 : 36

Extended economy mode not active

A6 : 5 Extended economy circuit to active, i.e. the burner and A6 : 35 heating circuit pump will be switched OFF at a variable value, adjustable between 5 and 35 C plus 1 C. This value is based on the adjusted outside temperature, comprising the actual outside temperature and a time constant. The time constant takes the cooling down of an average building into account.

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) A7 : 0 Without mixer economy function A7 : 1 With mixer economy function (extended heating circuit pump logic): Heating circuit pump also OFF if the mixer was closed , longer than 12 min. Heating circuit pump ON H Mixer changes to control function or H After the cylinder has been heated up (for 20 min) or H If there is a risk of frost 0 Without pump idle time Possible change

A9 :

With pump idle period: heating circuit pump OFF in case of set value modification (by changing the operating mode or changing the set room temperature) With LON communication module: With output reduction through temperature sensor aJA of the boiler control unit

A9 :

A9 : 1 Pump idle time adjustable to from 1 to 15 A9 : 15

AA :

AA : 0 AA : 1

Without output reduction No function

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) b0 : 0 With remote control: Heating mode/red. mode: weathercompensated Possible change

b0 :

Heating mode: weathercompensated Red. mode: with room temperature hookup Heating mode: with room temperature hookup Red. mode: weathercompensated Heating mode/ red. mode: with room temperature hookup

b0 :

b0 :

b2 :

With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, operation with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Room influence factor 8

b2 :

Excluding room influence Room influence factor adjustable from 1 to 31

b2 : 1 to b2 : 31

b5 :

With remote control: Without room temperaturedependent heating circuit pump logic function b5 : b5 : b5 : b5 : b5 : b5 : b5 : b5 : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Heating circuit pump ON at RTactual < RTset + DT OFF at RTactual > RTset + DT DT for ON DT for OFF +4K +5K +3K +4K +2K +3K +1K +2K +0K +1K 1K +0K 2K 1K 2K 1K

Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) b6 : 0 With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, operation with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Without quick heatup/quick setback With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, operation with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Without startup time optimisation Possible change

b6 :

With quick heatup/quick setback (see page 48)

b7 :

b7 :

With startup time optimisation (max. offset 2 h 30 min) With startup time optimisation (max. offset 15 h 50 min)

b7 :

b8 : 10

With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, heating with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Heatup gradient Startup time optimisation 10 min/K With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, heating with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Without learning startup time optimisation

b8 : 11 to b8 : 255

Heatup gradient startup time optimisation adjustable from 11 to 255 min/K

b9 :

b9 :

With learning startup time optimisation

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) C0 : 0 With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, operation with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Without shutdown time p optimisation Possible change

C0 : C0 :

1 2

With shutdown optimisation (max. offset 1 h) With shutdown optimisation (max. offset 2 h)

C1 :

With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, heating with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Without shutdown time optimisation

C1 : 1 to C1 : 12

With shutdown time optimisation (max. offset 10 to 120 min) 1 step10 min

C2 :

With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, heating with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Without learning shutdown time optimisation Mixer operating time 125 s

C2 :

With learning shutdown time optimisation Adjustable operating time from 10 to 255 s

C3 : 125

C3 : 10 to C3 : 255

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) C4 : 1 Mixer algorithm Standard C4 : C4 : and C4 : 0 2 3 Controller responds too quickly (cycles between "Open" and "Closed"): Select a lower value Controller responds too slowly (temperature is not held sufficiently): Select a higher value Minimum limit adjustable from 1 to 127 C (only during operation with standard room temperature) Maximum limit adjustable from 10 to 127 C Possible change

C5 : 20

Electronic minimum flow temperature limit 20 C

C5 : 1 to C5 : 127 C6 : 10 to C6 : 127

C6 : 75

Electronic maximum flow temperature limit 75 C With return temperature sensor: Without return temperature sensor influence

C7 :

C7 : 1 to C7 : 31

Spread adjustable from 1 to 31 K Spread = temperature differential between the flow and return temperature at the design point 10 C

C8 : 31

With remote control unit and for the heating circuit, operation with room temperature hookup must be encoded: Without limiting room influence

C8 : 1 to C8 : 30

Room influence limit adjustable from 1 to 30 K

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) C9 : 0 Control of an underfloor heating system by flow and return temperature sensor: Without heatup phase Possible change

C9 :

With optimisation during the heatup phase (operates with coding address "C7") The heating program changes to "Constant central heating with standard room temperature"

d5 :

The heating program changes to "Constant operation with reduced room temperature" With remote control: Set day temperature adjustable at the remote control from 10 to 30 C

d5 : 1

E1 :

E1 :

Set day temperature adjustable from 3 to 23 C Set day temperature adjustable from 17 to 37 C Display correction to Display correction 5K 0.1 K

E1 :

E2 : 50

With remote control: No display correction of the actual room temperature

E2 : 0 to E2 : 49 E2 : 51 to E2 : 99

Display correction +0.1 K to Display correction +4.9 K

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Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) F1 : 0 Screed function inactive F1 : to F1 : 1 4 Screed function adjustable in accordance with four optional temperature time profiles (see page 99) Note Observe the screed suppliers instructions. Observe DIN 4725 2 (or local regulations). The report to be provided by the heating contractor must contain the following heatup details: H Heatup data with respective flow temperatures H Actual max. flow temperature achieved H Operating condition and outside temperature during handover The function continues after power failure or after the control unit has been switched OFF . Heating program "Heating and DHW" will be started, after the screed function has been terminated or if the address is manually set to 0. F2 : 8 Time limit for p y mode party 8 h *1 F2 : 0 No time limit *1 Time limit adjustable from 1 to 12 h*1 F2 : 1 to F2 : 12 Possible change

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mode ends automatically in program "Heating and DHW" when the system changes over to operation with standard room temperature.

95

Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Coding in the delivered condition Mixer circuit (cont.) F8 : 5 For operation in reduced room temperature mode, the set room temperature will be raised (up to the temperature limit set by coding address "F9") to a value subject to the outside temperature, temperature if the outside temperature falls below 5 C. See example 1 on page 97. Observe the setting of coding address "A3". F8 : +10 to F8 : 60 Temperature limit for cancelling reduced mode, adjustable from +10 to 60 C Possible change

F8 : 61

Function is not active

F9 : 14

If the outside temperature F9 : +10 is under 14 C, the set to reduced room temperature F9 : 60 will be raised to the value of the set standard room temperature. See example 1 on page 97. Raising the set boiler water FA : 0 temperature when to changing from operation F9 : 50 with reduced temperature to operation with standard room temperature by about 20 %. See example 2 on page 98. Duration for the increase of Fb : 0 the set flow temperature to (see coding address "FA") Fb : 150 60 min. See example 2 on page 98

Temperature limit for raising set reduced room temperature, adjustable from +10 to 60 C

FA : 20

Temperature increase adjustable from 0 to 50 %

Fb : 30

Duration adjustable from 0 to 300 min; 1 step2 min

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Code 2 (cont.)
Example 1 ("F8 : 5", "F9 : 14")

Set room temperature in C

20 15 10

5 B 0 C 30 25 20 15 Outside temperature in C 10 D 5 0 5

A Set standard room temperature 20 C B Set reduced room temperature 3 C C Temperature limit 14 C in accordance with coding address "F9" D Temperature limit 5 C in accordance with coding address "F8"

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Coding

Code 2 (cont.)
Example 2 ("FA:20", "Fb:30")

Set flow temperature in C Time in h A Start of operation with standard room temperature B Set flow temperature in accordance with the set heating curve C Raised set flow temperature in accordance with coding address "FA": 50 C + 20 % = 60 C D Duration of operation with raised set flow temperature in accordance with coding address "Fb": 60 min

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Screed function diagrams


Coding, see page 95. Temperature time profile 1 ("F1:1") Flow temperature C 50 40 30 20 10 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 Days

Temperature time profile 2 ("F1:2") Flow temperature C 50 40 30 20 10 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 Days

Temperature time profile 3 ("F1:3") Flow temperature C 50 40 30 20 10 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 Days

Temperature time profile 4 ("F1:4") Flow temperature C 50 40 30 20 10 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 Days 99

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Coding

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Parts lists

Parts list type HK1W and HK3W


When ordering spare parts Quote the type and serial no. (see type plate) and the item no. of the required part (as per parts list). Obtain standard parts from your local supplier. Parts 001 Hinge 008 Support stay 011 Programming unit ON/OFF switch 013 Housing front with frame (with item 001) 014 PCB cover 015 Front flap 016 Casing back 017 Mounting panel 018 Programming unit 019 Programming unit flap 020 Fascia cover 021 Ribbon cable, 14 pole, only for type HK3W 024 Fuse holder cap for control fuse 025 Fuse holder for control fuse 038 Switch, 2pole (ON/OFF switch "8") 040 Outside temperature sensor ! 043 Cylinder temperature sensor with plug % 047 LON communication module 048 Electronics PCB mixer extension, only for type HK3W 049 Main PCB low voltage 050 Electronics PCB 051 Optolink 052 Main PCB 230 V~ 054 Power supply unit PCB 055 Mixer extension PCB, only for type HK3W 056 Viessman 2wire BUS communication module 067 Immersion temperature sensor 068 Contact temperature sensor 074 Connecting cable 092 Fuse 6.3 A/250 V~(slow) Parts not shown 081 Operating instructions 084 Installation and service instructions 093 LON connecting cable 094 Terminator (2 pieces) 100 Plugs for sensors (3 pieces) 101 Plugs for pumps (3 pieces) 102 Plugs gS (3 pieces) 103 Plugs aBH (3 pieces) 104 Mains supply plugs f (3 pieces) 106 Plugs g (3 pieces) 108 PlugaVD, plugaVG and plugaVH A Type plate

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Parts lists

Parts list type HK1W


051 018 001 013 008

015

020

001

074

011

019

038 025 092 024 068

040

043

067

102

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Parts list type HK1W (cont.)


016

049

056 047 050 054

052

017

014 014

013

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Parts lists

Parts list type HK3W


051 021 018 001 013 008

015

020

001

074

011

019

038 025 092 024 068

040

043

067

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Parts list type HK3W (cont.)


048 055 016

049

056 047 050 054

052

017

014 014

013

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Connection and wiring diagrams

Summary

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A1 Mixer extension PCB only for type HK3W A2 Low voltage main PCB A3 Main PCB 230 V~ A4 Mixer extension electronics PCB, only for type HK3W A5 PCB heating circuit selection keys, only for type HK3W

A6 A7 A8 A10

Programming unit Optolink PCB Electronics PCB LON/Viessman 2wire BUS communication module (accessories) A11 Power supply unit PCB A12 ON/OFF switch

Connection and wiring diagrams

Main PCB low voltage

! ? %

Outside temperature sensor/ Radio clock receiver Flow temperature sensor mixer circuit M1 Cylinder temperature sensor/ Cylinder temperature sensor 2 for cylinder storage system

aJB Return temperature sensor or Temperature sensor cylinder storage system aVD External hookup aVG KM BUS user, for type HK1W, only one required per system

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Connection and wiring diagrams

Main PCB 230 V~

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s Heating circuit pump Mixer circuit M1 or Primary pump Cylinder storage system sA Cylinder primary pump (accessories) sK DHW circulation pump (on site) f Mains supply, 50 Hz g Central fault message (on site)

F1 6,3 A (slow) 250V

gS Mixer motor mixer circuit M1 or Motor for threeway mixing valve Cylinder storage system aBH Power supply for accessories F Fuse K Relay S1 ON/OFF switch "8"

Connection and wiring diagrams

Mixer extension PCB

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Flow temperature sensors mixer circuits M2/M3 s Heating circuit pumps Mixer circuits M2/M3 gS Mixer motors Mixer circuits M2/M3 K1 K6 Relay 109

Specification

Specification
Rated voltage: 230 V~ Rated frequency: 50 Hz Rated current: 6 A~ Power consumption: 10 W Safety class: I Protection level: IP 20 D to EN 60529, safeguard through appropriate design and installation Function: Type 1 B to EN 60730 1 Permissible ambient temperature H in operation: 0 to 40 C Use in living space and boiler rooms (standard ambient conditions) H during storage and transport: 20 to 65 C Rated relay output breaking capacity at 230 V~: H Heating circuit pump s or Primary pump cylinder storage system: 4 (2) A~*1 H Cylinder primary pump sA: 4 (2) A~*1 H DHW circulation pump sK: 4 (2) A~*1 H Central fault message g: 4 (2) A~*1 H Mixer motors or Motor threeway mixing valve cylinder storage system gS: 0.2 (0.1) A*1 *1 Total max. 6 A~.

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Declaration of conformity

Declaration of conformity
We, Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, D 35107 Allendorf, declare as sole responsible body, that the products Vitotronic 050, type HK1W and Vitotronic 050, type HK3W conform to the following standards: EN 55014 1 EN 55014 2 EN 50090 2 EN 50165 EN 60335 1 This product is designated according to the specifications of Directive 89/336/EEC: _

Allendorf, 11 March 2005

Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG

pp. Manfred Sommer

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Keyword index

Keyword index
A Actual room temperature, display correction, 94 Actuators, checking, 29 Additional function for DHW heating, 52, 79 Adjusted outside temperature, 34, 47, 88 Apartment building, 51 Applicability, 116 Automatic mode, 51 Auxiliary control for DHW heating, 52 B Brief scan, 34 C Central cylinder, 53, 79 Central fault message, 18, 29, 37 Changing the display language, 24 Communication module Viessman 2wire BUS, 56, 85 Components, 55 Connecting control unit to Viessman 2wire BUS system, 27 Connection and wiring diagram, 106 Connections, summary 11 Contact temperature sensor, 58 Control unit for wall mounted boilers, 27 Code 1 H calling up, 74 H summary, 75 Code 2 H calling up, 77 H overview, 78 Coding H overview, 78 H resetting codes to the delivered condition, 74 Coding summary, 78 Cylinder primary pump, 34 Cylinder priority control, 47, 52, 76, 87 Cylinder storage system, 52 Cylinder temperature control, 51 Cylinder temperature sensor, 15, 40, 57 D Date, 36 Declaration of conformity, 111 Detached house, 51 Diagnosis, 37 DHW circulation pump, 52 DHW heating, 51 DHW heating time program, 51 Differential temperature, 27, 86 Display contrast, 33 Display correction actual room temperature, 94

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Keyword index (cont.)


E Economy mode, 48, 88 Electrical connections summary, 11 Electronics PCB, 55 Equipment recognition, 35, 55 Extended economy mode, 48, 88 External connections , 19 External heating program changeover, 19, 84 External "Mixer open", 19, 86 External "Mixer closed", 19, 85 F Fault codes, 39 Fault history, 46 Fault manager, 25, 26 Fault memory, 46 Fault message, calling up, 37 Fault messages, LON users, 45 Faults with fault display, 37 Flow temperature control, 49 Flow temperature sensor, 15, 58 Front cover, 55 Frost protection, 49, 87 Function extension, 73, 86 Fuses, 56 H Heating circuit allocation, 24 Heating circuit control unit, 47 Heating circuit pump logic function, 48, 88 Heating curves, 30 Heating program changeover, 19, 84 Heating system version, 6 Heatup phase, 94 Hiding a fault display, 37 I Immersion temperature sensor, 58 Initial startup, 23 Inserting cables and applying strain relief, 14 Installation examples, mixer motor, 64 Installing the control unit, 13

L Level (heating curve), 31 LON communication module, 24, 56, 85 LON connecting cable, 25 LON user fault messages, 45 LON user no. fault codes, 45 LON system, 24 M Main PCB, 55, 106 Mains electrical isolator, 3, 20 Maximum limit, 50, 76 Minimum limit, 50, 76 Mixer algorithm, 49, 93 Mixer circuit extension kit, 61 Mixer circuit, system dynamics, 49, 93 Mixer economy function, 89 Mixer motors H changing rotational direction, 61, 62, 63 H connection, 61, 62, 63 H installation examples, 64 Mixer, run time, 92 Motor for threeway mixing valve, 12, 17

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Keyword index (cont.)


O Optimised mixer control, 49, 94 Optolink (PCB), 55 Outputs, checking, 29 Outside temperature H actual, 88, 47 H adjusted, 34, 47, 88 Outside temperature sensor, 11, 59 P Parts lists, 102 Party mode, 80, 95 PCBs, 55, 106 Plug g, 18 Plug aVD, 19 Power supply, 20 Priority control, 47, 52, 76, 87 Programming unit, 56 Pumps, 16 Pump idle time, 89 Q Quick heatup/ setback, 48, 91 R Radio clock receiver, 60 Relay test, 29 Remote control units, 66, 68, 86 Return temperature sensor, 49, 58, 93, 94 Room influence, 48, 90 Room temperature hookup, 90 Room temperature sensor, 66, 68, 72 Rotary selector, 27 Rotational direction, mixer motor, 61, 62, 63 Runtime, mixer, 92 S Safety, 2 Scanning, 34 Scanning actual temperatures, 34 Scanning collector temperature, 24, 56, 85 Scanning holiday programs, 36 Scanning operating conditions, 36 Scanning set temperatures, 34 Scanning set values, 34 Scanning temperatures, 34 Screed function, 48, 95, 99 Sensors H connecting, 15 H checking, 29 Service level summary, 33 Set DHW temperature, 52 Set room temperature adjustment, 32 Setting LON user no., 24 Shutdown time optimisation, 48, 92 Slope (heating curve), 31 Solar circuit pump, 56 Solar control unit, 52 Specification, 110 Startup time optimisation, 91 System versions, 6, 75 System dynamics, 49, 93 Summer/winter changeover, 83

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Keyword index (cont.)


T Temperature limiter, 65 Time, 36 Time program, 47 U Underfloor heating, 49, 94 Updating LON user list, 24 User check, 26 Users, fault messages, 45 User list, 24 V Viessmann 2wire BUS, 27, 56, 85 Vitocom 300, 25 Vitotronic 300, 56 Vitotrol 200, 66, 86 Vitotrol 300, 68, 86 W Weathercompensated mode, 90 Winter/summer, 83 Wiring diagram, 106 Working on the equipment, 3 Working with an open control unit, 2

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Applicability

Applicability
Valid for control units Vitotronic 050, type HK1W Part no. 7187 105 Vitotronic 050, type HK3W Part no. 7187 109

Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG D 35107 Allendorf Tel: +49 6452 70 0 Fax: +49 6452 70 27 80 www.viessmann.de Viessmann Limited Hortonwood 30, Telford Shropshire, TF1 7YP GB , Tel: +44 1952 675000 Fax: +44 1952 675040 Email: infouk@viessmann.com 116

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