ELECTRIC SCHEMA IN PRINCIPLE COMMISSIONING AND AUTOMATIC STOP
with a supply of 230 volts
P - N
P - N
5 et 55°C
De 45 à 55°C
Settings BOUILLEURS de FRANCE :
Triggering traffic temp flue: Adjustable from 130 to 180°C outside of the duct = 200 real flue
Trigger traffic on Water T °: Adjustable from 45 to 55 °C in series with the flue control
Trigger traffic on Water T °: Fixed at 55 °C Non-flue
Trigger traffic on Water T °: Fixed 5 °C - provides frost protection
Alarm occurs for temp flue: Fixed 450 °C = 550 °C leads real flue
The triggering at 55 °C is particularly useful when the presence of a storage tank and even allows a reduced charge the ball intermittently when the water temperature becomes high heat. This setting maximizes hot water output.
eg. the night.
The triggering at 5 °C activates circulation to prevent the risk of freezing in the absence during the winter if no other mode of heating is in operation.
An alarm set to 450 °C leads (550 °C actual smoke) sound (beep) can be coupled with a remote control or buzzer to warn you of excessive smoke temperature.
Temperature regulators :
- The first controller is equipped with a placed on the discharge pipe after the exchange type K sensor 800 °C.
- The second controller has a 200 °C K placed on the lower part of the heat exchanger-type sensor.
- Both temperature control should be achieved for the pump into service. If the assembly is in a boiler backup relay will operate the solenoid isolation 230 volts supplied by the converter.
- Free contact can be used to power a light, buzzer or other warning of excessive smoke temperature system.
Voltage converter :
The pure sine wave inverter is supplied with low voltage (12 volts) by the stationary battery.
It will provide 230 volt power required to operate the two regulators, solenoid if it is present on the circuit.
A dimensioned accordingly model can even fire a boiler.
Scheduled for charge / discharge capacity determine significant autonomy system based on consumption.
Reloading may be provided by a conventional car charger or a small solar panel, which will give your system an unlimited autonomy in case of power failure
Low voltage pump :
This pump works from 8 to 24 VDC and can start by consuming a single watt of power. His particular engine allows it to consume only a few watts in normal use.
Meet the requirements of the new standard RT2012 this pump provides greater autonomy to 48 hours with a 125 amp battery
Stationary Battery 12 volt 50 to 125 amps
Regulator on the °C water
Regulator on the °C Smoke
The relay and solenoid 2-way are needed in case of a boiler backup
8 to 24 volts
Sensor 800 °C
Sensor 200 °C
A first probe is placed on the flue after the exchanger for measuring temperature of the smoke.
A second sensor positioned in the lower part of the heat exchanger for measuring temperature of the water.
The function is enabled when both temperatures have reached the threshold setting.
The contact closes when the water temperature exceeds 45 ° C or 55 Down exchanger
The contact closes when the flue gas temperature
exceeding 130 ° C outside of the flue
2 Temperature Controllers
The connection of the electrical part of the installation must be done through a protected supply
"as it should"
The circuit breaker must be able to ensure the continuous passage
power necessary for the proper functioning of the various accessories while protecting and in a differential and thermal manner.
Usual consumption of a pump current is between 40 and 80 Watts, that of a 2-way solenoid valve is less than 10 Watts.
Thermal Protection for 1 to 2 amps is recommended.
Electrical connection diagram
This device commissioning and Auto power off helps to preserve handling errors
Human hand in case you forget which may cause the installation to suffer serious damage.
Its primary function is to ensure the efficiency of the system and domestic hot water production.
Fire off :
The two temperature regulators are OFF. The pump is stopped and the valve remains closed (rest position). The circulating water from a heat source (boiler, etc..) Can not flow into the boiler, thus avoiding a possible waste heat in the flue.
If there is no other source of hot water solenoid valve is not necessary.
fire burning :
After a short period of heating controller controls the temperature of the smoke goes into the ON position once reached a level sufficient to avoid bistrage duct (130 ° C).
The temperature of the water inside the boiler increases up to 45 ° C minimum, the second controller also cut in ON position.
The pump is running and the valve opens (working position). The water flows into the boiler and the rest of the system in which it is connected.
If the return water lowers the temperature of the water in the boiler, the flow is interrupted again until a sufficient temperature. Once the heating system temperature stabilized, water circulates continuously.
It should be noted :
The sensor control regulator smoke must be fixed in the upper part of the exchanger, preferably over the flue system.
The sensor control water regulator must be fixed in the lower part of the heat exchanger on the outer "skin".
Reading the diagram shows that the two controllers must be electrically connected in "serial", which means that both conditions must be met for the flow to start.
Temperature sensor smoke = 800 ° C Type K
Temperature sensor water = 200 ° C Type K
Bouilleurs de France is a registered trademark and has a patent.
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SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE DE PRINCIPE DE MISE EN SERVICE ET ARRÊT AUTOMATIQUE
avec une alimentation en 230 volts secteur
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