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  1. VITALITYLarge Splits Johnson Controls PowerPoint Guidelines | July 21, 2009

  2. Large Splits Axial Condensing fan Benefits: • Split system from 20 to 90 kW • Ductable indoor unit • Auxiliar heating (elect heater or hot water coil) available • Allows ventilation, free cooling available Where to apply / typical market: • As an universal condensing unit to match with other systems (evaporator of a AHU) • For offices where duct installation is the preferred solution against chiller+FCU or multiple minisplits • Typical installations are anyplace where AHU is fitted, industry, petrol stations

  3. Large Splits Centrifugal Condensing fan Benefits: • Split system from 20 to 90 kW • Ductable indoor unit • Auxiliar heating (elect heater or hot water coil) available • Allows ventilation, free cooling available • Indoor can be installed on top of the outdoor unit (compact solution) Where to apply / typical market: • As an universal condensing unit to match with other systems (evaporator of a AHU) • Indoor Installations in technical room (to prevent from extreme outdoor temps or to install low noise kits or no outdoor inst possible) • For office buildings, supermarkets …

  4. LARGE SPLIT CENTRIFUGAL FAN – VCH Main Advantages / Features • R410A Refrigerant • Improved efficiency and reduced noise level • YKLON V3 board • Designed to service (service valves, improved accessibility) • Vertical or horizontal discharge • 50m pipe length • New options and accessories • Economizer • Return fan • Hot water coil and control (0-10V, 4 stages) Johnson Controls

  5. Stop valves Service valves Large Splits Centrifugal Condensing fan Access to components Johnson Controls

  6. Large Splits Centrifugal Condensing fan • Access to components Electrical box Motor Belt / Pulley TEV’s Sight glass Filter Drier Elec. channel Compressors Cabling Service valves Piping Johnson Controls

  7. Large Splits Centrifugal Condensing fan • Low ambient control (down to – 10°C) Actuator Control Damper Low Ambient regulation * * Not suitable for outdoor application Johnson Controls

  8. Large Splits Axial Condensing fan Main Advantages & Features Vs SOC/SOH + SICH • R410A Refrigerant • Improved efficiency • Quiet operation • Shares same indoor unit as VCH -> VIR • Long pipe run (up to 50m) • New size 20 kW • New PCB YKN2Open (JCI protocol) • New options and accessories • Soft Start Compressor for outdoor unit • LAK as option (before as standard) Johnson Controls

  9. Large Splits Axial Condensing fan • Outdoor Fan: Highefficiency, Lownoiseoperationcondenser fan. Johnson Controls

  10. Large Splits Axial Condensing fan • CompressorSoftStart: Itisonlyneededto do thewiringconnections. It comes automaticallyadjustedfromfactorytotheoptimalpoint • Provides alarm signal in case of: • - Wrong phase sequence • Low voltage • Frequency out of range • Locked rotor • overheating • … Johnson Controls

  11. Large Splits Axial Condensing fan • LAK Condenser fan: FromJonhsonControls, model P215PR, itisdeileved at 26 bar by default. • Needed 1 per circuit. Johnson Controls

  12. Large Splits Axial Condensing fan • LAK Condenser fan: FromJonhsonControls, model P215P, itisdeilevedregulated at 26 bar. Johnson Controls

  13. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR Main Advantages / Features • R410A Refrigerant • High efficiency & reduced noise level • High Static Pressure Available • Designed to service • Vertical or horizontal discharge • Possibility to install on top of condensing unit centrifugal fan • Accessories: • Economizer • Electrical heater • Hot water coil and control (0-10V, 4 stages) • Return fan • High speed drive Johnson Controls

  14. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Air filter • G3 filter with handle • Mechanical fastening easy to remove 1 2 Pull Filters connection Johnson Controls

  15. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Access to components TEV’s Piping Motor Belt / Pulley Johnson Controls

  16. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Access to components TEV’s Hot water valve & Actuator Piping Motor Belt / Pulley Johnson Controls

  17. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Access to components TEV’s Safety thermostats Piping Electrical box Motor Belt / Pulley Johnson Controls

  18. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Economizer can be assembled alone with the unit • Return fan needs to be ordered always with return fan • Economizer & return fan Johnson Controls

  19. Jumper S2 give priority heat stages: - jumper OFF: Heat pump compressors 1st and 2nd heat stage • - jumper ON: Hot water coil 1st heat stage Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Hot water coil • Modulating valve with 4 stages:- Stage 1: Supply air 30°C - Stage 2: Supply air 40°C - Stage 3: Supply air 45°C - Stage 4: Supply air 50°C & Hot water coil minimum supply air temperature 15°C • Anti freeze protection:- If water temperature < 3°C, water pump and water valve are activated open- Antifreeze protection stop when water > 6°C Johnson Controls

  20. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Electrical heater • Box tap with ventilating windows • Contactor in 24V • All heater inside the VIR, after evaporator coil (between fans phased out) • The heater board to be installed on site in the outdoor unit • 2 x 0,75 mm2 cable to protect against EMC uncertainty • All components at the opposite of refrigerating tubing for easy service Johnson Controls

  21. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Indoor soft start Johnson Controls

  22. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Standard & High Speed Drive VIR’s Minimum Airflow Nominal Airflow Maximum Airflow Indoor fan power input Available static pressure Johnson Controls

  23. Large Splits Indoor unit VIR • Vertical discharge VIR’s Johnson Controls

  24. LargeSplitsCompetitorsBenchmark

  25. Large Splits Competitor Benchmark Chart comparison – EER Vs Capacity Johnson Controls

  26. Large Splits Competitor Benchmark Chart comparison – COP Vs Capacity Johnson Controls

  27. Large Splits Competitor Benchmark Chart comparison – Sound Power (LwA) Vs Capacity Johnson Controls

  28. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Johnson Controls PowerPoint Guidelines | July 21, 2009