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7209 1700 - 12/2001 GB For the user

Operating instructions

for the ERC controller for


Buderus wall-hung gas boilers

Read carefully before operation


Preface

Preface
Important general application instruction
Dear reader,
This operating manual provides vital information
concerning the "ERC" 1 controller and the operation of
your Buderus wall-hung gas boiler.

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This operating manual includes important information
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Buderus wall-hung gas boilers. Always keep this manual
near your installation.

Imprint
Manufacturer: Buderus Heiztechnik GmbH
Address: Justus-Kilian-Str. 1
D - 35573 Wetzlar
Document type: Operating manual
Production date: 01.12.2001

1. (Ecomatic room controller)


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Table of contents

1 Conformities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.1 Standards, directives and regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.2 Designation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

2 Concerning this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6


2.1 Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.2 Application instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.3 Tips concerning economical heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.4 Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

3 Basic instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.1 Guarantee and liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.2 Obligations of buyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.3 Allowable users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

4 Product description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
4.1 Functions of the ERC controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
4.2 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
4.3 Unprofessional use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
4.4 Operating elements, operating levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
4.5 Default adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.6 Danger zones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.7 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

5 Operating the basic functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16


5.1 Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
5.2 Adjusting the current day of the week and the time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
5.3 Selecting the operating mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
5.4 Programming the heating switchpoints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
5.5 Adjusting the target room-temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5.6 Adjusting the water temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
5.7 Resetting to the default values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

6 Operating the special functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25


6.1 Adjusting summer/winter time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
6.2 Holiday programme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
6.3 Heating pause . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
6.4 Party mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
6.5 Adjusting the summer/winter conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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7 Operating the plug-in modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


7.1 Outdoor-temperature module AM 1.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
7.2 On-line module OM 1.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
7.3 Hygrometer module HM 1.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
7.4 Barometer module BM 1.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

8 Calibrating the sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33


8.1 Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
8.2 Example of calibrating the room-temperature sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

9 Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

10 Operating and display elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

11 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

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Conformities 1

1 Conformities

1.1 Standards, directives and


regulations
The construction and operating behaviour of the
Buderus ERC controller as well as Buderus wall-hung
gas boilers meet the ‘basic requirements for gas units
directive 90/396/EEC’ and the standards DIN 4702-6,
EN 483, EN 676 and EN 677.
For an extensive list of all standards and directives taken
into account, please see the installation and
maintenance instructions of the subject wall-hung gas
boiler.

1.2 Designation
F The Buderus ERC controller and wall-hung
gas boiler meet the basic requirements of
the relevant standards and directives.
Their conformity has been proven.
The relevant documents have been
deposited with the manufacturer.

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2 Concerning this manual

2 Concerning this manual

2.1 Safety instructions

2.1.1 Clarification of the symbols used in the


safety instructions
This operating manual uses the following symbols as
safety instructions for the user:
a WARNING!
This symbol indicates a threat to the health or
life of personnel. Non-observance of such an
instruction may lead to death or serious injury.
ACAUTION!
This symbol indicates risk of injury to the user.
It provides important information concerning the
professional handling of the wall-hung gas
boiler. If these instructions are not observed,
such may lead to functional faults in the
wall-hung gas boiler and injury to the user.

2.1.2 Concerning the safety instructions


All the safety instructions in this installation and
maintenance manual must observed.

2.1.3 Procedure if gas can be smelled


ADANGER!
If gas is smelled near your wall-hung gas boiler
or in your house, there is a risk of explosion and
the occupants are in mortal danger. If you smell
gas, follow the procedure below:
- Extinguish any fires, open flames
and/or cigarettes!
- Avoid creating sparks!
Do not use any electrical devices - not
even your phone, wall sockets or doorbell!
- Close the main gas shut-off valve!
- Open all windows and doors!
- Alert all other occupants and have
them leave the building!
- Go to a telephone far from the building
concerned and call the gas company or
specialized wall-hung gas boiler company!

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Concerning this manual 2

2.2 Application instructions 2.3 Tips concerning economical heating


Money can be saved by employing well-considered and
exact heating procedures that take into account when
2.2.1 Clarification of the symbols used in the
heating is actually required.
application instructions
Modern control technology guarantees optimal comfort
This operating manual uses the following symbols as
at minimal energy consumption levels while its operation
instructions for the user:
remains simple despite a multitude of technical options.
J NOTE! Observe the following instructions to save energy and
This symbol provides general application tips care for the environment.
and especially useful information. Such will help z Always ask for extensive instructions from your
you to make optimal use of all device functions, specialized heating professional. Inform yourself
save energy and be friendly to the environment. about anything that is not clear.
N EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY! z Ask for the adjustment of an optimum heating char-
This symbol refers to an exclusion from manu- acteristic for the special conditions in your house.
facturer liability that can be caused by faults or z Use the operating manual of your wall-hung gas
omissions on the part of the operating company boiler installation.
or operator.
z Make sure your heating installation receives regular
GRECYCLING! service.
This symbol refers to the correct reuse of the z In cold seasons, ventilation must be brief but
packing material and worn assemblies (divided copious. Prevent rooms from becoming cold.
into metal, plastic, etc.).
z Check the adjustment levels of the thermostat valves
D LITERATURE! in the individual rooms.
This symbol provides information concerning z Do not set the living room or water temperatures
further literature. higher than required.
V TOOL! z Check whether the factory programme (switching
This symbol refers to the use of the supplied times and room temperatures) and the hot-water
special tools or provides other information facility correspond to your usual way of life.
concerning the correct use of tools and/or If necessary, adapt the factory programme to your
measuring devices. individual desires.
z Use the adjustment possibilities of the summer/
winter conversion for the transition periods.
z A comfortable room climate depends not only on the
room temperature but also on the relative air
humidity. The dryer the air is, the cooler the room will
feel. Keep plants in the room to increase the relative
air humidity.
z Protect against frost. Deactivate the installation for
longer standstill periods. Drain the water from the
wall-hung gas boiler, the storage tank and the pipes
of the wall-hung gas boiler installation.
Frost will not pose a danger if the entire system is
dry.

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2.4 Definitions

Concept Definition
Day mode/ Target room temp. above 16 °C
operation
Night mode Target room temp. not above
16 °C, preset in the factory
Night See night mode
reduction
Reduced See night mode
mode
Winter Room- and hot-water heating
mode active
Summer Only hot-water heater active
mode
factory Preset heating-mode week
programme sequence with various heating
periods and temperatures
Standard See factory programme
programme
Heating Standard programme adapted to
programme individual circumstances
UBA Universal Burner Automatic unit;
'control centre' of the burner;
installed directly at the heating
installation

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Basic instructions 3

3 Basic instructions

3.1 Guarantee and liability 3.2 Obligations of buyer


Guarantee claims are conditional upon correct func- J Observe the instructions in the operating
tional operation and maintenance. The manufacturer manual!
guarantees that all parts on delivery were faultless as far A basic condition for the safe handling and
as material and workmanship were concerned. faultless operation of the wall-hung gas boiler is
In principal, our General Terms and Conditions of Sale knowledge of the basic safety instructions and
and Delivery shall apply. These will be available to the safety regulations.
operating company as from the conclusion of the
- The operating instructions and especially
agreement or earlier.
the safety instructions must be observed
Guarantee and maintenance claims for personal and by all persons operating the wall-hung gas
material injury shall be excluded if they can be traced boiler Logamax.
back to one or more of the following causes:
- Additionally observe all accident preven-
tion rules and regulations that apply at the
- Non-intended use of the wall-hung gas installation site.
boiler
- The buyer must make sure that the
- Unprofessional installation, commission, operator is instructed in the operation and
operation or maintenance of the wall-hung all safety-relevant aspects of the wall-hung
gas boiler gas boiler.
- Operation of the wall-hung gas boiler while - The instructing party must establish and
safety devices are faulty or safety and keep a protocol of the instructions carried
protective devices have not been correctly out.
installed or are non-operable
- Non-observation of the instructions in the
technical documents with regard to trans- N LIABILITY EXCLUSION!
portation, storage, installation, operation, The manufacturer cannot be held liable for
service and preparation of the wall-hung damaged caused by omissions from the instruc-
gas boiler and the ERC controller tion duties of the purchaser.
- Non-authorized structural changes to the
wall-hung gas boiler AWARNING!
- Faulty supervision of machine parts that The buyer is responsible for seeing that
are subject to wear competent professional personnel have at their
disposal the operating manual of the wall-hung
- Repairs carried out unprofessionally gas boiler when handling the wall-hung gas
- Catastrophic events due to the effects of boiler
foreign bodies and force majeure

N LIABILITY EXCLUSION!
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for
damage caused by operating failures or
non-observance of the operating manual or
inadequate service, maintenance or care.

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3 Basic instructions

3.3 Allowable users

3.3.1 Specialized personnel


‘Specialized personnel’ are persons:
- who are familiar with the wall-hung gas boiler
installation based on their professional occupation
and experience,
- who are familiar with the relevant official work-safety
regulations, directives and generally recognized
technical rules (for example VDE stipulations,
DIN sheets) so that they can judge whether the
relevant installation is in a work-safe condition.
Specialized personnel should be asked to give their
objective opinion as seen from the viewpoint of safety on
the job, unaffected by commercial or economic
conditions.

3.3.2 Lay personnel


‘Lay persons’ are persons who are not a specialized
professional. Lay persons may use the Buderus wall-
hung gas boiler without limitation; however, they may
not carry out any activities connected with the wall-hung
gas boiler’s installation, ignition, maintenance or
removal.

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Product description 4

4 Product description

4.1 Functions of the ERC controller


The ERC controller is suitable for controlling the room or
outdoor temperatures of wall-hung gas boilers provided
with UBA, modulating burner, and a heating circuit
without mixer and for preparing hot water.
The ERC controller has the following functions:
z One-channel switching clock with week programme;
z Automatic summer/winter conversion (only possible
if supplied with outdoor-temperature model AM 1.0);
z Hot-water preparation 30 minutes before and after
the heating operation;
z Hot-water priority circuit;
z Holiday programme;
z Heating pause;
z Heating-period extension (party function);
z Frost-protection function;
z factory basic adjustments (standard or default).
In case of power failure, the time and day of the week
remain stored for a certain period. All other adjustments
have been permanently stored.

4.2 Intended use


 Ask your specialized heating company to provide you
with extensive information on how to operate the
installation.
The ERC controller has been designed as an entry,
control and regulation unit mainly for use with Buderus
wall-hung gas boilers for detached and terraced houses.
The ERC controller can be used for two different
applications:
z Room-temperature control;
z Outdoor-temperature-dependent control.
J NOTE!
The latter application requires the outdoor-
temperature module AM 1.0 and an outdoor-
temperature sensor.

4.3 Unprofessional use


A CAUTION!
Only enter or change the operating values
indicated in this operating manual.
Other entries will change the control program-
me of the heating installation and can lead to
faulty operation.

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4 Product description

4.4 Operating elements, operating levels


All functions and adjustment values are indicated or
adjusted in the clear operating field.

4.4.1 First operating level


At the first operating level (fig. 1) there is a temperature
rotating knob for adjusting the room temperature. Temperature rotating knob
If the mark on the temperature rotating knob points down
towards the auto push-button, the wall-hung gas boiler
installation will be in automatic heater mode in accord-
ance with the adjusted programme.
Using the push-button ‘- Auto +’, room-temperature
changes of short duration can be adjusted in automatic
mode (see “Provisional adjustment for short duration” on
page 21). Such short-duration room-temperature adjust-
ments will be later cancelled by the next switching time.
The display shows the standard value of the current day
of the week, the time and the measured room tempera-
ture.

Key “- Auto +”

Fig. 1 first operating level

4.4.2 Second operating level


 Open the upper cover (fig. 2). You can change the default in the adjustment and adjust
The display shows the standard value of the current another heating programme that corresponds to your
day of the week, the time and the measured room wishes: see “Operating the basic functions” on page 16 .
temperature. At the second operating level, adjustments are made by
 Turn the rotating knob. pressing keys or rotating the programme rotating knob.
The display will change and show consecutively the day
of the week with the switching times and the target
room-temperature values.

Set time Enter temperatures


Enter day of the week

Enter holiday
Enter switching point
programme rotating
Enter heating pause
Set mode and hot water
Enter party time and
temperature Delete switching point

Fig. 2 Second operating level

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Product description 4

4.4.3 Third operating level


The third operating level see “Third operating level” on
page 13 can be accessed by opening the lower cover.
Depending on the version, the following plug-in modules
will be found there:
1. On-line module OM 1.0
2. Outdoor-temperature module AM 1.0
3. Barometer module BM 1.0
4. Hygrometer module HM 1.0
For operating see “Operating the plug-in modules” on
page 29.

On-line module Barometer module

Hygrometer module

Outdoor-temperature module

Fig. 3 Third operating level

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4 Product description

4.5 Default adjustment


In the ERC controller a standard programme (‘factory
programme’, fig. 4) has been installed. This programme
will be active after its commission, when the big rotating
knob points to AUTO and the indicator lamp ‘Auto’ is

Room temperature ˚C
active.

Day of the Time Room-


week temperature
Mon. - Fri. 5:30 21 °C
9:00 19 °C
17:00 21 °C
Monday to Friday Hours
22:00 16 °C Saturday + Sunday

Sat. and 7:00 21 °C


Sun.
23:00 16 °C
Fig. 4 Standard programme (‘factory programme’)

Explanation:
Each adjusted room temperature is specified as a target
value of the listed times: for instance, as from Monday at
05:30 hrs the installation will heat to a room temperature
of 21 °C, after which it will reduce the temperature to
19 °C as of 09.00 hrs, etc.
Should the factory programme not correspond to your
heating habits, you may adapt the heating programme to
your wishes at any time.

4.6 Danger zones

AWARNING!
There is a danger of scalding if the hot water is
too hot. Always open the cold-water faucet first
and then ad hot water as required.

Frost protection
J NOTE!
If the wall-hung gas boiler is active, the frost
protection is active.
Before deactivating the wall-hung gas boiler
installation using the operating switch on the
wall-hung gas boiler, check whether frost is
expected.

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4.7 Technical data


Electrical data
Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .max. 12 V DC; max. 80 mA
Signal connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . via the supply cable,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . max. 1 mm²
Device protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP 20 acc. IEC 529

Dimensions (w x h x d)
ERC including installation plate. . . . 192 x 120 x 40 mm

Environmental conditions
Ambient temperature. . . . . . . . . . . 0 °C through +50 °C
Storage temperature . . . . . . . . . .-25 °C through +70 °C
EMC compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . acc. EN 50081-2: 1999

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5 Operating the basic functions

5 Operating the basic functions

5.1 Commission
On commissioning the ERC controller, observe the
extensive instructions in the operating manual:
z for the wall-hung gas boiler;
z for the controller (these instructions).

J NOTE!
Your professional heating specialist will provide
you with extensive information concerning
operation.

 Activate the heating-room emergency heating


switch.

J NOTE!
If a hot-water facility has been installed on your
heating installation, then hot water will be
heated with priority. When there’s no longer a
demand for hot water, then the living area will
be heated

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Operating the basic functions 5

5.2 Adjusting the current day of the


week and the time
The heating programme is based on the day of the week
and the time. The heating installation must therefore be
set to the current day of the week and the current time.

The following table indicates the abbreviations used for


the days of the week:

abbreviation meaning
MO Monday
DI Tuesday
MI Wednesday
DO Thursday
FR Friday
SA Saturday
SO Subday

Assume it is 16:30 hrs on a Monday. Then proceed to


adjust as follows:
 Open the cover (second operating level).
 Press the ‘Tag’ key (fig. 5) and keep it pressed.
 Turn the rotating knob until ‘MO’ for Monday is shown
on the display.
 Release the ‘Tag’ key to store the day.
 Press the ‘Zeit’ key and keep it pressed.
 Turn the rotating knob until the correct time is shown
on the display (e.g. 16:30).
 Release the ‘Zeit’ key. The time is stored.

J After a power failure, both day and time will


blink.
Once the blinking indication corresponds to the Fig. 5 Adjusting the day of the week and time
current day of the week and time, push the ‘Zeit’
button once.

If the blinking indication does not respond to the current


day of the week and time, repeat the adjustment
procedure.

Once you have carried out all operating steps and the
temperature rotating knob is on ‘Auto’, the heating
operation is started on the basis of the factory
programme.

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5 Operating the basic functions

5.3 Selecting the operating mode


Use the ‘heating’ key to adjust the wall-hung gas boiler
installation to the following operating modes:
An = winter mode (room and water heating activated)
Aus = summer mode (only water heating activated)
Auto = Automatic conversion between the summer/
winter modes. The heating installation
automatically recognizes when the
room-heating function can be deactivated
(see “Adjusting the summer/winter conversion”
on page 28).
J NOTE!
The position ‘Auto’ is only possible if the
controller has been provided with an outdoor
temperature module AM 1.0 (Fig. 6) and if on
the module AM 1.0 a selection has been made
for heating operation with outdoor temperature
guidance.

Fig. 6 Outdoor temperature module

 Press the ‘heating’ key (fig. 7) and keep it pressed.


 Turn the rotor button until the desired adjustment
(An, Aus, Auto) is shown on the display.

Fig. 7 Adjusting heating An / Aus / Auto

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Operating the basic functions 5

5.4 Programming the heating


switchpoints
The section “Default adjustment” on page 14 presents
the standard programme and clarifies it.
This programme can be tailored to your personal
requirements.
The programme is made up of several heating switch-
points per day for all days of the week. These heating
switchpoints can be recorded by fully arbitrary ‘switching
points’.
It is also possible to specify individual room tempera-
tures; for this, see “Adjusting the target room-tempera-
ture” on page 21.

5.4.1 Changing a switching point


For instance, from Saturday 07:00 hrs to Saturday
08:30 hrs
 Open the cover.
 Turn the rotating knob (fig. 8) until the display shows
‘SA 07:00 21.0 °C’.
 Press the ‘Zeit’ button and keep it pressed.
The time display will blink.
 Turn the rotating knob until the desired time (08:30)
is displayed.
 Release the ‘Zeit’ button.
The value has been stored.
After 10 seconds the standard display will automatically
Fig. 8 Changing the switching point
reappear.

5.4.2 Inserting a switching point at present time .


For instance, Monday (MO)14:00 hrs 17.0 °C
 Press the ‘INS’ key (fig. 9) and keep it pressed.
The temperature indication will blink.
 Turn the rotating knob until 17.0 °C is displayed.
 Release the ‘INS’ key.
The switching point has been stored and will be active at
14.00 hrs every Monday.

Fig. 9 Inserting a switching point at the present time

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5 Operating the basic functions

5.4.3 Inserting a switching point at any time


For instance, Tuesday (DI)13:10 22.0 °C.
 Press the ‘INS’ key (fig. 10) and release it.
The displayed temperature will blink.
 Press the ‘Tag’ key and keep it pressed.
The displayed day and temperature will blink.
 Turn the rotating knob until ‘Di’ is displayed.
 Release the ‘Tag’ button.
 Press the ‘Zeit’ button and keep it pressed.
The displayed time and temperature will blink.
 Turn the rotating knob until 13:10 is displayed.
 Release the ‘Zeit’ button.
 Press the ‘Temp’ button and keep it pressed.
The displayed temperature will blink.
 Turn the rotating knob until 22.0 is displayed.
 Release the ‘Temp’ button. The switching point has
now been stored.
After 10 seconds, the standard display will automatically
reappear.

Fig. 10 Inserting a switching point at any time

5.4.4 Deleting a switching point


 Use the rotating knob to select the switching point
you would like to delete.
 Press the ‘C’ button (fig. 11) and keep it pressed until
all numbers on the display have disappeared.
ACAUTION!
If you release the ‘C’ button before all numbers
have disappeared, the switching point will not
have been deleted.

Fig. 11 Deleting a switching point

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5.5 Adjusting the target room-


temperature
You can choose between various possibilities for
adjusting the target room-temperature:
z Provisional adjustment for short duration;
z Changing the default adjustment for permanent
adjustment.

5.5.1 Provisional adjustment for short duration

Changing the room temperature using the


‘-/Auto/+’ -key
The temperature rotating knob must point to ‘Auto’.
The indicator lamp ‘Auto’ will be active.
Use the ‘-/Auto/+’ -key (fig. 12) to provisionally change
the room temperature.
 Press the ‘+’ or ‘-’ key.
The display will show the changed room
temperature.
You can increase or reduce the room temperature by a
maximum of 2.5 °C.
The change will be cancelled when passing the next
automatic switching point.

J NOTE!
If all indicator lamps are off, the control will be in
summer mode. Fig. 12 Changing the room temperature using the
‘-/Auto/+’ key

Manually adjusting the room temperature


J NOTE!
Use the manual adjustment to deactivate
automatic mode.

 Adjust the temperature rotating knob (fig. 13) to the


desired room temperature (above 6 °C).
The indicator light ‘Man’ will become active. The wall-
hung gas boiler is now carrying out its heating operation
in winter mode (room and water heating) continuously
using the adjusted room temperature.
If you set the room temperature lower than 16 °C,
operation will go down to night level. In addition to the
‘Man’ indicator lamp also the ‘Nacht’ indicator lamp will Fig. 13 Manually adjusting the room temperature
become active. The water heating will then be off.
Back to auto mode:
 Turn the temperature rotating knob to ‘Auto’.

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5.5.2 Changing the default adjustment for


permanent adjustment

Auto mode
The room temperature will be automatically controlled in

Room temperature ˚C
accordance with the factory programmes (see chapter
“4.5 Default adjustment” on page 14 and fig. 14) or
using a time programme entered by you.

Monday to Friday Hours


Saturday + Sunday

Fig. 14 Default programme

Changing the room temperature of the default


programme
For instance Monday to Friday 05:30 hrs from 21 °C to
22.0 °C room temperature.
 Open the cover.
 Turn the rotating knob (Fig. 15) until the display
shows ‘MO 05:30 21.0’.
 Press the ‘Temp’ key and keep it pressed.
The display temperature will blink.
 Turn the rotating knob until the desired temperature
of 22 °C is indicated.
 Release the ‘Temp’ button. The value has been
stored.
 Repeat these steps accordingly for Tuesdays to
Fig. 15 Changing the room temperature
Fridays.
After approx. 10 seconds, the standard display will
automatically reappear.

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5.6 Adjusting the water temperature

5.6.1 Buderus wall-hung gas boiler with built-in


hot-water tank
Using the ERC controller you can adjust the hot-water
facility to the following operating modes:
An = The hot water is continuously heated.
You will have hot water available at all times,
even during low-operation periods.
Aus = Water is not heated.
Auto = Hot water is prepared only in day mode.
In night mode and during the holiday
programme, the hot-water facility is
deactivated.

 Press the ‘faucet’ key (fig. 16) and keep it pressed.


 Turn the rotating knob until the desired adjustment is
shown on the display.

The factory adjustment of the water temperature is


60 °C.
Fig. 16 Adjusting the water temperature

J NOTE!
In the case of a built-in tank, the water
temperature has been permanently adjusted.
It is not possible to change it.

5.6.2 Buderus wall-hung gas boiler with separate


hot-water tank
D LITERATURE!
In the case of a separate tank or built-in direct
water heater, the water temperature can be
adjusted at the second level of the UBA auto-
matic ignition device (see the documentation of
the wall-hung gas boiler).

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5.7 Resetting to the default values


To reactivate the standard programme:
 Simultaneously press the ‘INS’ and ‘C’ keys (fig. 17)
and keep them pressed until all numbers have
disappeared from the display. Zeit
Once the keys are released, all previously entered
switching points will have been deleted.
The factory programme will have been reactivated.
J NOTE!
If you release the keys before all numbers have
disappeared, the switching points will not have Fig. 17 Resetting to the default adjustments
been deleted.

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6 Operating the special functions

6.1 Adjusting summer/winter time


 Open the cover.
The display will show the day of the week, the current
time and the actual room-temperature value.
 Press the ‘Zeit’ button (fig. 18) and keep it pressed.
 Turn the rotating knob clockwise or anticlockwise,
depending on what you want to set: winter or summer
time.
 Realise the further adjustments as listed in “Adjusting
the current day of the week and the time” on page 17.

6.2 Holiday programme


Fig. 18 Adjusting summer/winter time

6.2.1 Adjustment
During your holiday you might set the room temperature
lower. Let’s assume you have 15 days of holiday: in this
period the room temperature should be 10 °C day and
night.

 Press the ‘Urlaub’ button (fig. 19) and keep it


pressed.
 Use the rotating knob to set the number of holidays
to 15.
The day of adjustment is regarded as the first day of the
holiday.
 Press the ‘Temp’ key and keep it pressed.
The default room temperature is 16 °C.
 Use the rotating knob to adjust the room temperature
to the value that must be observed during your
holiday, in this case 10 °C.
 Release the ‘Temp’ key. Your holiday and the room
temperature have been stored.
If the warm-water preparation ‘WW-Auto’ is set, then in
the holiday period no warm water will be prepared since
a room temperature lower than 16 °C has been entered
see “Adjusting the water temperature” on page 23. Fig. 19 Adjusting the ‘holiday’ function

6.2.2 Cancelling the holiday programme


 Press the ‘Urlaub’ key and keep it pressed.
 Use the rotating knob and continue to turn the button
anticlockwise until ‘00’ is shown on the display.
 Release the ‘Urlaub’ button.
The automatic programme will be active again.

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6.3 Heating pause

6.3.1 Alignment
In order to save energy you can set the ‘heating pause’
if a low room temperature will be adequate for the next
brief period, until the next switching point.
J NOTE!
If the hot-water preparation has been adjusted
to ‘Auto’, during the heating pause also the
heating of hot water will be deactivated.

 Press the ‘Pause’ key (fig. 20) and keep it pressed.


 Turn the rotating knob until the desired time for the
end of the pause is indicated, e.g. 15:30 hrs.
The display will show blinking time alternated by the
ending time of the pause and the day-night conversion
temperature of 16 °C.

Fig. 20 Terminating the heating pause

6.3.2 Cancellation
If you want to prematurely terminate the heating pause:
 Press the ‘Pause’ key (fig. 21) and keep it pressed.
 Turn the rotating knob anticlockwise, until the current
time is displayed,
or
 Keep the ‘C’ button pressed until all numbers on the
display have disappeared,
or
 Briefly turn the temperature rotating knob away from
‘Auto’ and then return it to ‘Auto’.
Fig. 21 Adjusting the heating pause

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6.4 Party mode

6.4.1 Adjustment
Using the party function you can provisionally extend the
day mode, e.g. up to 01:50 hrs.

J NOTE!
You can set a provisional extension of the
heating period. Once the extension period has
ended. the system will automatically return to
the previous programme.
 Press the ‘Party’ button (fig. 22) and keep it pressed.
 Turn the rotating knob until the desired end of the
party is displayed, e.g. 01:50 hrs.
 Release the ‘Party’ button.
The display will show the blinking time alternated with
the time when the party ends. The room temperature of
the last switching point will be shown.

If you desire a different room temperature:


 Press the ‘Temp’ key and use the rotating knob to
adjust the desired room temperature.
Fig. 22 Adjusting the party mode

6.4.2 Termination
If you want to prematurely terminate the party mode:
 Press the ‘Party’ key and keep it pressed.
 Turn the rotating knob anticlockwise until the current
time is displayed,
or
 Keep the ‘C’ key pressed until all numbers on the
display have disappeared,
or
 Briefly turn the temperature button away from ‘Auto’
and then return it to ‘Auto’.
Fig. 23 Terminating party mode

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6.5 Adjusting the summer/winter


conversion

6.5.1 General

J NOTE!
The summer/winter conversion is only possible
if an AM 1.0 has been installed and adjusted to
outdoor-temperature-driven heating operation.

The ERC controller takes into account the residual heat


of the building and in case of outdoor-temperature
fluctuations activates and deactivates the heater system
after a certain delay.

Example for spring:


In spring, when the building is still cold, the controller will
not deactivate the wall-hung gas boiler until the outdoor
temperature has been above the conversion tempera-
ture for a certain time.

Example for autumn:


In autumn when the building has still retained heat, the
residual heat will be taken into account and the
wall-hung gas boiler will not be deactivated until the
outdoor temperature has been below the conversion
temperature for some time.

6.5.2 Adjusting the automatic conversion


The factory adjustment for the summer/winter
conversion temperature is 17 °C.
Proceed as follows to change it:
 Press the ‘heating’ key (fig. 24) and keep it pressed.
The display will show ‘auto’, the conversion
temperature and the room temperature.
 Turn the rotating knob until the outdoor temperature
is displayed below which your wall-hung gas boiler
should heat, e.g. 20 °C.
 Release the ‘heating’ key.
The value has been stored.

Fig. 24 Adjusting the automatic summer/winter conversion

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7 Operating the plug-in modules


The ERC controller may have been provided with or can
be expanded with four plug-in modules:
1. Outdoor-temperature module AM 1.0
2. On-line module OM 1.0
3. Barometer module BM 1.0
4. Hygrometer module HM 1.0

7.1 Outdoor-temperature module AM 1.0


The outdoor-temperature module is required if you want
to operate your wall-hung gas boiler using outdoor-
temperature-driven heating operation. You have the
following three different operating possibilities:
z Room-temperature-driven heating operation;
z Outdoor-temperature-driven heating operation;
z Outdoor-temperature-driven heating operation with
room-temperature activation.
The selection of these adjustments is made using the
‘Control’ key on the outdoor-temperature module.

7.1.1 Room-temperature-driven heating operation


In this position the outdoor-temperature module (fig. 25)
serves only to indicate the outdoor temperature.

Fig. 25 AM 1.0: room-temperature-driven heating operation

7.1.2 Outdoor-temperature-driven heating opera-


tion
Only select this operation mode if your house does not
accommodate a suitable reference room for the room-
temperature measurement, e.g. it is a multifamily house
or you have floor heating.
The right-hand large indication on the display (fig. 26)
represents the room temperature of the room where the
controller is located, e.g. heating-room temperature in
the heating room rather than the living-room tempera-
ture.

Fig. 26 AM 1.0: outdoor-temperature-driven heating


operation

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Function
The heating system’s water will not be heated further
than necessary for the room temperature.
z Lower outdoor temperature = higher heating
system’s water temperature
z Higher outdoor temperature = lower heating
system’s water temperature or deactivation of the
heating system.
If the room temperature is too low, it can be corrected
using the temperature rotating knob using manual
adjustment (see “Manually adjusting the room tempera-
ture” on page 21).

If you want to remain in automatic mode (temperature


rotating knob in ‘auto’ position) in order to correct the
room temperature, you must change the individual
switching points (see “Adjusting the target room-temper-
ature” on page 21).

7.1.3 Outdoor-temperature-driven heating opera-


tion with room-temperature activation
Select this operating mode if your house accommodates
a suitable reference room for the room-temperature
measurements; e.g. it is a single-family or multilevel
house.

Function
In principal as in ‘outdoor-temperature-driven heating
operation’. However, the room-temperature activation
also registers the effects of such heat sources as
incoming sunrays, lights, TV sets, etc.
If the measured room temperature (fig. 27) deviates
from the adjusted value, the controller will calculate a
new heating temperature. This allows for an even more
accurate determination of the heating-water tempera-
ture.
A CAUTION!
The heating-body valves in the reference room
accommodating the controller device must have
been fully opened.

Fig. 27 AM 1.0: outdoor-temperature-driven heating


operation with room-temperature activation

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7.2 On-line module OM 1.0


Using the on-line module (fig. 28) you can follow the
wall-hung gas boiler operation from your living room.
z Use the ‘Funktion’ key to select the indications.
z In the ‘Service’ position the operating and service
codes are displayed. These indications are intended
for the service activities carried out by the heating
specialist.
Should your heating installation not function correctly,
you can read out the error code and let your heating
specialist know by telephone.

D LITERATURE! Fig. 28 OM 1.0: ‘Service’ position


There is an error-code table in the service
manual.

In the ‘Info’ position the wall-hung gas boiler-water


temperature is shown.

J NOTE!
The horizontal line (fig. 29) near ‘radiator icon’
or ‘warm water icon’ indicates whether it is the
room or the hot-water heating that is active.

Fig. 29 OM 1.0: ‘Info’ position

7.3 Hygrometer module HM 1.0


The hygrometer module (fig. 30) is a display instrument
and shows the relative air humidity in the living room as
a percentage.

Fig. 30 Hygrometer module HM 1.0

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7.4 Barometer module BM 1.0


The barometer module (fig. 31) is a display instrument
and shows the air pressure in millibars.

Fig. 31 Barometer module BM 1.0

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8 Calibrating the sensors

8.1 Function
You can calibrate the displayed values against the Room
values measured by the sensors. temperature
 Press the ‘Cal’ key using a pointed object
(e.g. a ballpoint pen) and keep the key pressed.
The display (fig. 32) will on the left-hand side always
show the current measured value of the sensor and on
the right-hand side the blinking value that you are Temperature
adjusting. rotating knob
Press the ‘Cal’ key, release it briefly and press it once
again to display in consecutive order the following
sensor values (if the relevant module is present):
z Room temperature; Outdoor
z Temperature rotating knob; temperature
z Outdoor temperature;
z Relative air humidity;
z Air pressure.
Relative air
humidity

Air pressure

Fig. 32 Indicating and calibrating sensor values

8.2 Example of calibrating the room-


temperature sensors
 Use a thermometer to measure the room tempera-
ture at the spot where the ERC controller has been Cal
fastened.
 Press the ‘Cal’ key and keep it pressed.
On the left the actual measure value will appear (fig. 33)
and on the right the blinking value that you want to
adjust.
 Turn the rotating knob until the temperature on the
display is the same as the room temperature you just
measured. Fig. 33 Calibrating the room temperature sensors
 Release the ‘Cal’ key.
After 10 seconds, the standard value will automatically
reappear. Calibrate the other values in the same
manner.

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9 Faults

9 Faults
Faults are indicated by LED indicators on the ERC ACAUTION!
controller. Immediately report any fault to your professional
heating specialist
.
Indication Cause
The LEDs ‘Man’ and ‘Auto’ are active alternately. No communication with the UBA automatic ignition
device.

In the on-line module OM 1.0, four horizontal dashes Fault in the UBA automatic ignition device.
appear.

At the spot of the temperature value, dashes appear. Room-temperature sensor faulty.

At the spot of the outdoor temperature, four horizontal Outdoor-temperature sensor faulty.
dashes appear in the outdoor-temperature module
AM 1.0.

Table 1 Faults and their meaning

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10 Operating and display elements

Operating level 2: Operating level 1:


For exact adjustments of the For short-term
heating programme temperature changes

Operating level 3:
For recording the operating modes in installations
with an outdoor-temperature sensor
AND
for reading out the display of the plug-in module

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Index 11

11 Index

A P
adjusting party mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 party mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
adjusting the automatic conversion . . . . . . . . 28 procedure if gas can be smelled . . . . . . . . . . . .6
adjusting the target room-temperature . . . . . . 21
adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
R
alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
application instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 resetting to the default values . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
automatic mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 22
S
B safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
basic functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 standard programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
suitable reference room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
summer/winter conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
C summer/winter time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
cancelling the heating pause . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
cancelling the holiday programme . . . . . . . . . 25
T
changing a switching point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
changing the room temperature . . . . . . . . . . . 21 technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
comfortable room temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 terminating party mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 tips concerning economical heating . . . . . . . . .7

D W
danger zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 wall-hung gas boiler with
deleting a switching point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 built-in hot-water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
wall-hung gas boiler with
separate hot-water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
F
factory programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
frost protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

H
heating pause . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
higher outdoor temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
holiday programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
hot water heated with priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

I
inserting a switching point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

L
lower outdoor temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

M
manually adjusting the room temperature . . . 21

O
outdoor-temperature module am 1.0 . . . . . . . 29

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High-quality heating technology requires professional installation and maintenance. Buderus therefore supplies the
complete programme exclusively via professional heating specialists. Ask for Buderus heating technology.
Or contact one of our 45 establishments.

Establishment City Address Telephone Telefax

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Augsburg 86156 Augsburg Werner-Heisenberg-Str. 1 (08 21) 4 44 81 - 0 (08 21) 4 44 81 - 50
Berlin 15831 Berlin Am Lückefeld (0 30) 7 54 88 - 0 (0 30) 7 54 88 - 160
Bielefeld 33605 Bielefeld Reichenberger Straße 39 (05 21) 20 94 - 0 (05 21) 20 94 - 228
Bremen 28816 Stuhr Industriestraße 22 (04 21) 89 91 - 0 (04 21) 89 91 - 235
Dortmund 44319 Dortmund Zeche-Norm-Straße 28 (02 31) 92 72 - 0 (02 31) 92 72 - 280
Dresden 01458 Ottendorf-Okrilla Jakobsdorfer Straße 4 – 6 (03 52 05) 55 - 0 (03 52 05) 55 - 222
Düsseldorf 40231 Düsseldorf Höher Weg 268 (02 11) 7 38 37 - 0 (02 11) 7 38 37 - 21
Erfurt 99195 Mittelhausen Erfurter Straße 57a (03 61) 7 79 50 - 0 (03 61) 73 54 45
Essen 45307 Essen Eckenbergstraße 8 (02 01) 5 61 - 0 (02 01) 5 61 - 279
Esslingen 73730 Esslingen Wolf-Hirth-Straße 8 (07 11) 93 14 - 5 (07 11) 93 14 - 669
Frankfurt/ Main 63110 Rodgau Hermann-Staudinger-Str. 2 (0 61 06) 8 43 - 0 (0 61 06) 8 43 - 203
Freiburg 79108 Freiburg Stübeweg 47 (07 61) 5 10 05 - 0 (07 61) 5 10 05 - 45
Gießen 35394 Gießen Rödgener Straße 47 (06 41) 4 04 - 0 (06 41) 4 04 - 221
Goslar 38644 Goslar Magdeburger Kamp 7 (0 53 21) 5 50 - 0 (0 53 21) 5 50 - 114
Hamburg 21035 Hamburg Wilhelm-Iwan-Ring 15 (0 40) 7 34 17 - 0 (0 40) 7 34 17 - 267
Hannover 30916 Isernhagen Stahlstraße 1 (05 11) 77 03 - 0 (05 11) 77 03 - 242
Karlsruhe 76185 Karlsruhe Hardeckstraße 1 (07 21) 9 50 85 - 0 (07 21) 9 50 85 - 33
Kassel 34134 Kassel Glockenbruchweg 113 (05 61) 94 08 - 0 (05 61) 94 08 - 106
Kempten 87437 Kempten Heisinger Straße 21 (08 31) 5 75 26 - 0 (08 31) 5 75 26 - 50
Kiel 24109 Kiel-Melsdorf Am Ihlberg (Gewerbegebiet) (04 31) 6 96 95 - 0 (04 31) 6 96 95 - 95
Koblenz 56220 Bassenheim Am Gülser Weg 15 – 17 (0 26 25) 9 31 - 0 (0 26 25) 9 31 - 224
Köln 50858 Köln-Marsdorf Toyota-Allee 97 (0 22 34) 92 01 - 0 (0 22 34) 92 01 - 237
Kulmbach 95326 Kulmbach Aufeld 2 (0 92 21) 9 43 - 0 (0 92 21) 9 43 - 292
Leipzig 04420 Makranstädt Handelsstraße 22 (03 41) 9 45 13 - 00 (03 41) 9 42 00 - 89
Ludwigshafen 67069 Ludwigshafen Kreuzholzstraße 11 (06 21) 66 06 - 0 (06 21) 66 06 - 107
Magdeburg 39116 Magdeburg Sudenburger Wuhne 63 (03 91) 60 86 - 0 (03 91) 60 86 - 215
Mainz 55129 Mainz Carl-Zeiss-Straße 16 (0 61 31) 92 25 - 0 (0 61 31) 92 25 - 92
Meschede 59872 Meschede Zum Rohland 1 (02 91) 54 91 - 0 (02 91) 66 98
München 81379 München Boschetsrieder Straße 80 (0 89) 7 80 01 - 0 (0 89) 7 80 01 - 258
Münster/Westf. 48159 Münster Haus Uhlenkotten 10 (02 51) 7 80 06 - 0 (02 51) 7 80 06 - 121
Neubrandenburg 17034 Neubrandenburg Feldmark 9 (03 95) 45 34 - 0 (03 95) 4 22 87 32
Neu-Ulm 89231 Neu-Ulm Böttgerstraße 6 (07 31) 7 07 90 - 0 (07 31) 7 07 90 - 92
Nürnberg 90425 Nürnberg Kilianstraße 112 (09 11) 36 02 - 0 (09 11) 36 02 - 274
Osnabrück 49078 Osnabrück Am Schürholz 4 (05 41) 94 61 - 0 (05 41) 94 61 - 222
Regensburg 93092 Barbing Von-Miller-Straße 16 (0 94 01) 8 88 - 0 (0 94 01) 8 88 - 92
Rostock 18182 Bentwisch Hansestraße 5 (03 81) 60 96 90 (03 81) 6 86 51 70
Schwenningen 78056 Villingen-Schwenningen Albertistraße 15 (0 77 20) 69 14 - 0 (0 77 20) 69 14 - 31
Schwerin 19075 Pampow Fährweg 10 (0 38 65) 78 03 - 0 (0 38 65) 32 62
Saarbrücken 66130 Saarbrücken Kurt-Schumacher-Straße 38 (06 81) 8 83 38 - 0 (06 81) 8 83 38 - 33
Trier 54343 Föhren Europaallee, Postfach 11 64 (0 65 02) 9 34 - 0 (0 65 02) 9 34 - 151
Velten 16727 Velten Berliner Straße 1 (0 33 04) 3 77 - 0 (0 33 04) 3 77 - 199
Wesel 46485 Wesel Am Schornacker 119 (02 81) 9 52 51 - 0 (02 81) 9 52 51 - 20
Würzburg 97228 Rottendorf Edekastraße 8 (0 93 02) 9 04 - 0 (0 93 02) 9 04 - 111
Zwickau 08129 Crossen Berthelsdorfer Straße 12 (03 75) 44 10 - 0 (03 75) 47 59 96

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