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  1. Daikin Altherma HT

  2. Table of contents 1. Product concept 2. Product features 3. Applications 4. Product line-up 4. Nomenclature 5. Specifications 6. Summary

  3. Product concept Cascade system: 2 refrigerant cycles with 2 inverter compressors Leaving water temperatures possible up to 80°C, ambient temperature down to -20°C Heating capacities: 11, 14 and 16kW (single and three phase) 1 2 3 down to -20°C up to 80°C Outdoor Indoor

  4. Product concept: 3 heat exchangers 1 Outdoor unit evaporator: air – R410A energy exchange First plate heat exchanger: R410A – R134a energy transfer (indoor unit) 2 Second plate heat exchanger: R134a – H2O energy exchange, allowing LWT up to 80°C (indoor unit) 3 On thermodynamic efforts only, no electrical heater Symbolic graph R134a 3 Second stage condense temperature 2 Intermediate condense temperature R410A 1

  5. Product concept: target market Typical supply temperature areas of different heat generators Standard Boiler LT-Boiler Condensing Boiler Daikin Altherma Split + Monobloc (VL°C) Daikin Altherma Daikin Altherma HT 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Floor heating TARGET MARKET Fan convectors LT radiators HT radiators

  6. Product concept: target market Leaving water temperatures possible up to 80°C which makes it the perfect solution in combination with existing high temperature radiators Refurbishment market Outdoor unit Indoor unit (DHW tank included) High temperature radiators and domestic hot water Very efficient way to heat up the DHW, no electrical heater required

  7. Product concept: target market With a maximum TLWC of 80°C, the Daikin Altherma HT can cover the biggest part of the refurbishment market Cover more than 90% of the refurbishment demand 100% > 90% Demand coverage of refurbishment market (%) Max TLWC (°C) 60°C 65°C 80°C 90°C 25°C

  8. Table of contents 1. Product concept 2. Product features 3. Applications 4. Product line-up 4. Nomenclature 5. Specifications 6. Summary

  9. 2285 mm 2010 mm 705 mm 695 mm 600 mm Product features: indoor unit Easy installation thanks to the complete indoor unit with DHW tank and hydraulic components already included DHW tank: 200L or 260L Hydrobox (small footprint)

  10. Product features: indoor unit If necessary, the DHW tank can also be installed next to the hydrobox 1580 mm 1335 mm 260L 200L Option kit for standalone tank EKFMAHTA includes: 1) top plate 2) adaptors (to go from quick couplers to screw connections) 3) piping between the screw connections (max distance between hydrobox and DHW tank is 25cm, longer pipes are field supply)

  11. Product features: hydrobox Heat exchanger R134a ↔ H2O Air purge Heat exchanger R410A ↔ R134a Manometer Expansion vessel (12L) Pump (DC-inverter to maintain fixed ΔT) Compressor R134a

  12. Product features: hydrobox 3 way valve located in hydrobox (only with DHW tank)

  13. Product features: PCB plate Switchbox is located behind the front plate of the hydrobox

  14. Product features: DHW tank Product line-up DHW tank 200 L 260 L DHW tank line-up: 6 models UK model Special: TBC Standard Option kit for UK: EKUHWHTA = other material name than on Daikin Altherma Split and Monobloc

  15. Product features: DHW tank Main parts DHW tank

  16. Product features: DHW tank Standard tank Naked tank lay-out Fully assembled (at factory) Front panels detached Top plate from Hydrobox or EKFMAHTA

  17. Product features: DHW tank UK tank: standard tank + factory fitted T&p valve Factory fitted T&p valve

  18. Product features: DHW tank Option kit on UK tank: EKUHWHTA Pressure reducing valve Expansion relief valve 7 <500 mm Tundish Expansion vessel (18L) >300 mm Tundish 7 H C 4 8 7 7 6

  19. Product features: DHW tank Special tank: standard tank + passivated + service opening TBC Passivated tank: requirement for Danmark Service hole: requirement for Switzerland and Germany Cleaning opening of 120 mm at the lowest third part of the tank

  20. Product features: DHW tank Tank performance: heat-up time (calculations) Size of the coil: length of 23m, surface area of 1,56m², internal coil volume of 7,5L Calculation example: ERSQ016AAV1 with EKHTS200 tank Up to a DHW temperature of 70°C, the part load capacity of the heat pump can still be exchanged to the DHW with the 1,56m² coil

  21. Product features: DHW tank Tank performance: heat losses Total capacity = internal volume of the tank (= effective water volume + coil volume Actual capacity = effective water volume inside the tank

  22. Product features: DHW tank Tank performance: heat-up time and reheat time

  23. Product features: DHW tank Different possibilities to produce DHW Reheat operation: has always priority above space heating Disinfection operation: has always priority above space heating • Storage operation • automatic operation (night and/or day timer) • manual operation • Storage operation has priority above space heating, taking in account: • min/max running timers • smart logic function

  24. Product features: DHW tank Tank performance: maximum volume of usable hot water

  25. Product features: User interface User interface is mounted separately from indoor unit User interface can be used as a modulating room thermostat Optimized efficiency due to feedback of room temperature Optimized changeover from DHW heating to space heating Option kit: Remote user interface EKRUAHTA The same controller as supplied with indoor unit can be mounted parallel or on other location. If 2 controllers are installed, the installer needs to select 1 master & 1 slave. Not possible to use both user interfaces as a multi zone application (e.g. one in living room, other one in the kitchen)

  26. Product features: Control possibilities Weather dependent floating setpoint: TLWC = f(Ta) 1 Thermostat control: user interface as room thermostat or normal room thermostat 2 Thermostatic valve 3 2 ROOM 1 master room (eg living room) ROOM 2 ROOM 3 Ta T Tl thermostatic valve: temperature control by liquid or gas expansion room thermostat radiator valve 3 6 settings 1 2 3 4 5 Weather dependent floating setpoint TLWC 20°C 1 ON/OFF-valve manual control temperature control 7°C 27°C Ta

  27. Product features: Full H/P tariff Equipment allows for connection to a benefit kWh rate power supply New on Daikin Altherma HT Controllers are connected to a normal power connection When the benefit kWh rate power supply is interrupted, the compressor will stop operating, but there is no chance that the settings will be lost during longer power shutdowns

  28. Ta 5°C 3°C Time Product features: zone 2 and zone 3 model Freeze protection for outdoor unit: bottom plate heater • A bottom plate heater will be standard in areas where low ambient temperatures can occur together with high humidity conditions (zone 2 model ERRQ), in other countries a bottom plate heater is available as an option (zone 3 model ERSQ). • To protect the outdoor unit against severe ice build-up on the air-cooled coil New on Daikin Altherma HT The bottom plate heater has no external thermostat, but is controlled by the PCB of the indoor unit • ON/OFF depending on: • Hysteresis: 3° < Ta < 5° • Unit operation status

  29. Product features: zone 2 and zone 3 model ‘cold’ climate Zone 2 model ERRQ: Outdoor unit is equipped with a Bottom plate heater zone 2 Zone 2 + 3 > 85% of the heating market zone 3 Zone 3 model ERSQ: Bottom plate heater as an option ‘mild’ climate Zone 2 countries: Only access to zone 2 models Zone 3 and 4 countries: Access to both models

  30. Table of contents 1. Product concept 2. Product features 3. Applications 4. Product line-up 4. Nomenclature 5. Specifications 6. Summary

  31. Applications examples Space heating & DHW heating: 1 RC in living room • No frequent start/stop of the unit and no big temperature fluctuations in the room • Smart logic functionality which controls the combined space heating and DHW demand

  32. Applications examples Space heating & DHW heating: 1 RC in living room, 1RC near the unit The main remote controller (C1) is installed in the living room and can access all settings (master). The second remote controller (C2) can not access schedule and parameter settings (slave)

  33. Applications examples Space heating & DHW heating: 1 external RT in living room, 1RC near the unit There is only room thermostat on/off control. There is no smart logic functionality for space heating, DHW operation is performed according to the min/max timer operation Daikin can not guarantee neither good operation nor reliability of the system, if a non-Daikin thermostat is used (= NO WARRANTY)

  34. UFH 30°C 35°C 30°C 65°C 30°C Applications examples Multiple setpoint control Space 0: Radiators Tsetpoint = 65°C Space 1: Fan Coil Units Tsetpoint = 45°C Space 2: Under Floor Heating Tsetpoint = 35°C If there is a heat demand from space 0, the leaving water temperature delivered by the Daikin system is too high A Temperature reducing device (TRD) is required for space 1 and 2, to lower the water temperature TRD When TRD’s are installed, the system can be configured to use multiple water set point. • The TRD’s are field supply • Control of the TRD’s is not done by the heat pump system • Operation and configuration of the TRD’s is the responsibility of the installer Daikin only offers the possibility to have multiple set points

  35. Applications examples Space heating & DHW heating: Radiators and UFH, DHW tank parallel • 2 space heating setpoints • 1 DHW setpoint no 3-way valve The DHW tank is installed in parallel with the TRD’s. This allows operating the unit in space heating and DHW heating simultaneously

  36. Applications examples Space heating & DHW heating: Radiators / FCU / UFH, DHW tank in a separate circuit • 3 space heating setpoints • 1 DHW setpoint [b-03] The DHW tank is installed in a separate circuit of the TRD’s. This configuration does not allow simultaneous DHW heating and space heating operation.

  37. Applications examples Space heating & DHW heating: space heating with an auxiliary boiler (alternating operation) • Bivalent operation is only possible for space heating operation, not for DHW heating operation • An auxiliary contact decides whether either the Daikin unit or the boiler will operate (e.g. outdoor thermostat, electricity tariff contact, manually operated contact)

  38. Table of contents 1. Product concept 2. Product features 3. Applications 4. Product line-up 4. Nomenclature 5. Specifications 6. Summary

  39. Product line-up Single Phase Three Phase Outdoor unit line-up: 12 models Zone 2 Zone 3 11kW 14kW 16kW Single Phase Three Phase Indoor unit line-up: 6 models 11kW 14kW 16kW 200 L 260 L DHW tank line-up: 6 models UK model Special: TBC Standard

  40. Product line-up: standard equipment

  41. Product line-up: optional equipment Optional kits connected to the indoor unit Demand PCB: required to be able to connect room thermostat or BUH kit and for multiple setpoint control (see service presentation)

  42. Product line-up: Combination table Combination table of outdoor and indoor unit

  43. Product line-up: optional equipment Optional kits connected to the outdoor unit A bottom plate heater is standard, the drain plug kit can not be installed If a bottom plate heater is installed (EKBPHTH16A), than it’s not allowed to install the drain plug kit

  44. Product line-up: optional equipment Optional kits connected to the DHW tank

  45. Table of contents 1. Product concept 2. Product features 3. Applications 4. Product line-up 4. Nomenclature 5. Specifications 6. Summary

  46. Nomenclature: Outdoor unit E R S Q 011 A A V1 Power supply code V1: 1~ / 220-240V / 50Hz Y1: 3~ / 380-415V / 50Hz Minor model change Major model change Capacity index kW Refrigerant code Q: R410A Temperature zone indication S: Ambient zone 3 R: Ambient zone 2 R: outdoor model E: European model

  47. Nomenclature: Indoor unit E K D 011 A A V1 HBR Power supply code V1: 1~ / 220-240V / 50Hz Y1: 3~ / 380-415V / 50Hz Minor model change Major model change Capacity index kW Refrigerant code D: R134a HBR: hydrobox H/O HT K: indoor model E: European model

  48. Nomenclature: DHW tank E K 200 HT S (U) A A: model change Water volume: 200: 200 L tank 260: 260 L tank DHW tank type: No letter: standard tank U: UK tank P: passivated + service opening S: Stainless steel tank HT: high temperature tank K: indoor model E: European model

  49. Table of contents 1. Product concept 2. Product features 3. Applications 4. Product line-up 4. Nomenclature 5. Specifications 6. Summary

  50. Specifications: Sound Data 011 model 014 model 016 model 53 dBA 55 dBA Outdoor unit Sound Pressure at 1m 52 dBA 69 dBA 71 dBA Sound Power 68 dBA Position for measuring the Sound Pressure level of the outdoor unit