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Genus ONE Net - Installation Manual

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TECHNICAL AREA menu sub-menu parameter description value default setings menu sub-menu parameter description value default setings 4. 2. 2 Slope from 1.0 to 3.5 (high temperature) from 0.2 to 0.8 (low temperature) °C 100 Flow Temperature 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 °C Ambiente temperature setting value 25 20 15 10 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 External temperature 1.5 1.2 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 5 0 -5 -10 -15 -20 °C When an outdoor sensor is used, the boiler calculates the most suitable delivery temperature, taking into account the outside temperature and type of system. The type of curve should be selected in correspondence with the projected temperature of the system and the nature of the dispersions present in the structure. For high-temperature systems, one of the curves depicted below may be chosen. 4. 2. 3 Offset Auto Function active Low temperature High temperature from - 14 to + 14 (°C) (high temperature) from - 7 to + 7 (°C) (low temperature) To adapt the heating curve to the system requirements, shift the curve in parallel so that the calculated flow temperature is modified, in addition to the room temperature. By accessing the parameter and pressing the button b, it is possible to shift the curve in a parallel direction. The shifting value can be read on the display: from -14 to +14 for high-temperature devices, or from -7 to 7 for low-temperature devices. Each step corresponds to a 1°C increase/decrease In the flow temperature with respect to the set-point value. 4. 2. 4 Room Influence from 0 to 20 20 Proportional Auto Function active If setted = 0 the room temperature doesn’t influence the calculation of the set-point. If setted = 20, the room temperature has the maximun influence to calculate the set-point - only active when the BUS device is connected 4. 2. 5 Maximum CH Temperature Zone 1 4. 2. 6 Minimum CH Temperature Zone 1 from 35 to 82 °C (Param. 420 = 1) from 20 to 45 °C (Param. 420 = 0) from 35 to 82 °C (Param. 420 = 1) from 20 to 45 °C (Param. 420 = 0) 4. 3 Z1 DIAGNOSTICS 4. 3. 4 Heat request Zone 1 0 = OFF 1 = ON 1.5 0.6 0 0 82 45 35 20 5 ZONE 2 PARAMETERS 5. 0 SETPOINT 5. 0. 2 T set Zone 2 from 35 to 82 (°C) (high temperature) from 20 to 45 (°C) (low temperature) To set only with Fixed Flow Temperaure of Thermoregulation (see 521) 5. 2 ZONE 2 SETTING 5. 2. 0 Zone 2 Temperature range 5. 2. 1 Thermoregulation To enabled thermoregulation press Auto button. On the dispaly will appear the symbol AUTO 0 = from 20 to 45°C (low temperature) 1 = from 35 to 82°C (high temperature) 0 = Fixed Flow Temperature 1 = Basic Thermoregulation 2 = Room Temp only 3 = Outdoor Temp. only 4 = Room + outdoor Temp. 5. 2. 2 Slope from 1.0 to 3.5 1.5 (high temperature) from 0.2 to 0.8 0.6 (low temperature) See parameter 422 Only enabled when an outdoor sensor is installed When an outdoor sensor is used, the boiler calculates the most suitable delivery temperature, taking into account the outside temperature and type of system. The type of curve should be selected in correspondence with the projected temperature of the system and the nature of the dispersions present in the structure. For hightemperature systems, one of the curves depicted below may be chosen. 5. 2. 3 Offset Auto Function active from - 14 to + 14 (°C) (high temperature) from - 7 to + 7 (°C) (low temperature) To adapt the heating curve to the system requirements, shift the curve in parallel so that the calculated flow temperature is modified, in addition to the room temperature. By accessing the parameter and pressing the button b, it is possible to shift the curve in a parallel direction. The shifting value can be read on the display: from -14 to +14 for high-temperature devices, or from -7 to 7 for low-temperature devices. Each step corresponds to a 1°C increase/decrease In the flow temperature with respect to the set-point value. 5. 2. 4 Room Influence from 0 to 20 20 Proportional Auto Function active If setted = 0 the room temperature doesn’t influence the calculation of the set-point. If setted = 20, the room temperature has the maximun influence to calculate the set-point - only active when the BUS device is connected 1 70 25 1 0 0 42 /

TECHNICAL AREA menu sub-menu parameter description value default setings menu sub-menu parameter description value default setings 5. 2. 5 Maximum CH Temperature Zone 2 5. 2. 6 Minimum CH Temperature Zone 2 from 35 to 82 °C (Param. 520 = 1) from 20 to 45 °C (Param. 520 = 0) from 35 to 82 °C (Param. 520 = 1) from 20 to 45 °C (Param. 520 = 0) 5. 3 Z2 DIAGNOSTICS 5. 3. 4 Heat request Zone 2 0 = OFF 1 = ON 6 ZONE 3 PARAMETER 6. 0 SETPOINT 6. 0. 2 T set Zone 3 from 35 to 82 (°C) 70 To set only with Fixed Flow Temperaure of Thermoregulation (see 521) 6. 2 ZONE 3 SETTING 6. 2. 0 Zone 3 Temperature range 0 = from 20 to 45°C (low temperature) 1 = from 35 to 82°C (high temperature) 1 6. 2. 1 Thermoregulation To enabled thermoregulation press Auto button. On the dispaly will appear the symbol AUTO 0 = Fixed Flow Temperature 1 = Basic Thermoregulation 2 = Room Temp only 3 = Outdoor Temp. only 4 = Room + outdoor Temp. 6. 2. 2 Slope from 1.0 to 3.5 1.5 (high temperature) from 0.2 to 0.8 0.6 (low temperature) See parameter 422 Only enabled when an outdoor sensor is installed When an outdoor sensor is used, the boiler calculates the most suitable delivery temperature, taking into account the outside temperature and type of system. The type of curve should be selected in correspondence with the projected temperature of the system and the nature of the dispersions present in the structure. For hightemperature systems, one of the curves depicted below may be chosen. 82 45 35 20 1 6. 2. 3 Offset Auto Function active from - 14 to + 14 (°C) (high temperature) from - 7 to + 7 (°C) (low temperature) To adapt the heating curve to the system requirements, shift the curve in parallel so that the calculated flow temperature is modified, in addition to the room temperature. By accessing the parameter and pressing the button b, it is possible to shift the curve in a parallel direction. The shifting value can be read on the display: from -14 to +14 for high-temperature devices, or from -7 to 7 for low-temperature devices. Each step corresponds to a 1°C increase/decrease In the flow temperature with respect to the set-point value. 6. 2. 4 Room Influence from 0 to 20 20 Proportional Auto Function active If setted = 0 the room temperature doesn’t influence the calculation of the set-point. If setted = 20, the room temperature has the maximun influence to calculate the set-point - only active when the BUS device is connected 6. 2. 5 Maximum CH Temperature Zone 3 6. 2. 6 Minimum CH Temperature Zone 3 from 35 to 82 °C (Param. 620 = 1) from 20 to 45 °C (Param. 620 = 0) from 35 to 82 °C (Param. 620 = 1) from 20 to 45 °C (Param. 620 = 0) 6. 3 Z3 DIAGNOSTICS 6. 3. 0 < Not Available> 6. 3. 4 Heat request Zone 2 0 = OFF 1 = ON 8 SERVICE PARAMETERS 8. 0 BOILER STATISTICS - 1 8. 0. 0 Diverter valve cycles No. (nx10) 8. 0. 1 Time of circulator on (nx10) 8. 0. 2 Boiler circulator cycles No. (nx10) 8. 0. 3 Boiler Life Time (hx10) 8. 0. 4 Time of fan ON (hx10) 8. 0. 5 Fan cycles No. (nx10) 8. 0. 6 CH flame detection (nx10) 8. 0. 7 DHW flame detection (nx10) 8. 1 BOILER STATISTICS - 2 8. 1. 0 Hours Burner On CH (hx10)) 8. 1. 1 Hours Burner On DHW (hx10) 8. 1. 2 Number of Flame Faults (nx10) 8. 1. 3 Numbeer of ignition Cycles (nx10) 8. 1. 4 Heat request Duration 8. 2 BOILER 8. 2. 1 Fan Status 0 = OFF 1 = ON 8. 2. 2 Fan Speed - x100 RPM 8. 2. 3 Pump speed - NOT ACTIVE 0 0 82 45 35 20 / 43