AWR-HT represent the best solution for systems in which there is the need to combine both high temperature water for space heating and sanitary purposes, as well as air conditioning. With this solution the space heating can be easily provided by using radiators, so without any major changes on the already existing distribution system available on site. The EVI technology compressor with additional steam injection in the compressing cycle assures a water temperature of 65°C and operating limits as low as -20°C. Neither probes nor connections pipes to wells are needed; the installation is simple, this is a suitable solution for all applications.
The W3000SE controller is the new device designed especially for heat pump applications with incorporated logic for high temperature hot water production. The keypad features function controls and a complete LCD display for viewing data and activating the unit, via a multilevel menu, with settable display language. The controller provides temperature control for the heating and cooling systems in the air-conditioned rooms, as well as for domestic hot water. These different temperatures are managed automatically based on the different conditions in which the system operates, with the possibility to assign specific levels of priority to domestic hot water production, depending on the needs of the application. Diagnostics include complete alarm management, with “blackbox” functions (via PC) and alarm log (display or PC) for best analysis of unit be haviour. For systems made up of multiple units, differentiated device management means just a certain portion of the capacity installed can be dedicated to domestic water production, in this way ensuring more efficient energy distribution and, at the same time, guaranteeing simultaneous water delivery to the different distribution systems. The built-in clock can be used to create an operating profile containing up to 4 typical days and 10 time bands, essential for efficient programming of energy production, and fundamental for managing the Legionella prevention cycles. Defrosts use proprietary self-adaptive logic involving monitoring of multiple operating and climate parameters. This reduces the number and duration of defrosts, consequently increasing overall energy efficiency. Supervision is available with different options, using proprietarydevices or by integration into third party systems using ModBus, BACnet, BACnet-over-IP and Echelon LonWorks protocols. A dedicated wall-mounted keypad can be used for remote control of all the functions.