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Contents 1.0 Introduction...................................................................................................................................................................3 1.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................3 1.2 Product ID codes................................................................................................................................................3 1.3 Overall dimension..............................................................................................................................................3 1.4 Identification data..............................................................................................................................................3 2.0 Installation .....................................................................................................................................................................4 2.1 Important information for the installer......................................................................................................4 2.2 Standard assembly kit......................................................................................................................................4 2.3 Installing the unit...............................................................................................................................................4 3.0 Technical characteristics..........................................................................................................................................6 4.0 Parameter programming.........................................................................................................................................7 4.1 Control panel .......................................................................................................................................................7 4.2 Front keypad........................................................................................................................................................7 4.3 LED display ...........................................................................................................................................................7 4.4 General...................................................................................................................................................................8 4.5 Key to symbols....................................................................................................................................................8 4.6 Setting and displaying the set points.........................................................................................................8 4.7 Level 1 programming (user level).................................................................................................................8 4.8 List of Level 1 variables (user level)..............................................................................................................8 4.9 Level 2 programming (installer level) .........................................................................................................9 4.10 List of Level 2 variables (installer level) ......................................................................................................9 4.11 Switching on the AK-RC 111 electronic controller..............................................................................11 4.12 Cold/hot activation/deactivation conditions........................................................................................11 4.13 Manual defrosting activation/deactivation...........................................................................................11 4.14 Defrost with heater and temperature control ......................................................................................12 4.15 Hot gas defrosting ..........................................................................................................................................12 4.16 Pump down function.....................................................................................................................................12 4.17 Password function ..........................................................................................................................................12 5.0 Optional kit.................................................................................................................................................................12 5.1 Net configuration with modbus-RTU protocol.....................................................................................12 6.0 Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................................................................13 7.0 Appendices..................................................................................................................................................................14 7.1 AK-RC 111 wiring diagram...........................................................................................................................14 7.2 Part List................................................................................................................................................................14 8.0 Ordering .......................................................................................................................................................................15

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1.0 Introduction 1.1 General Description: The AK-RC 111 is a new control panel for cold rooms with a single-phase compressor up to 2HP, specially designed to provide the user with safety, protection, control and ease of installation. It allows the user to control all the components on a refrigerating system: compressor, evaporator fans, defrosting elements, room light and thermostat-holder demisting element. Applications:

• Complete management of single-phase static or ventilated refrigeration systems up to 2 HP, with off-cycle or electrical defrosting and with direct or pump-down compressor stop. Main characteristics: • Cold room temperature displaying and regulation with decimal point. • Evaporator temperature with decimal point displaying from parameter. • Plant control activation/deactivation. • Plant alarms signaling (probe error, minimum and maximum temperature alarm, compressor protection, door alarm). • LED indicators and large display illustrate system status. • User-friendly keypad. • Evaporator fans management. • Manual and automatic defrost (static, through heaters, through heaters with temperature control, through cycle reversal). • Direct or pump-down management and control of condensing unit up to 2HP. • Control of single-phase evaporator unit only with refrigerant solenoid enable signal or remote condensing unit enable signal. • Cold room light activation through key on the panel or through door-switch. • Direct control of compressor, defrosting elements, evaporator fans, room light with outputs directly connectable to the various units. • Air recirculation management. • 2 auxiliary relays with parameter-configured. • Integrated RS-485 Modbus connection for Danfoss System Manager or standard Modbus-RTU network • Emergency operation in the event of a faulty probe environment. • Smart defrost (energy saving). • Reduced set (night set) from digital input. • Can be configured for hot or cold applications. • Configurable digital inputs.

1.2 Product ID codes 1.3 Overall dimension Controls and manages compressor, defrosting elements, evaporator fans and room light. 2 Aux configurable relays Differential magnetothermic circuit breaker 16A Id=300 mA (Id=30 mA on request) m m 0 8 1 96 mm 263 mm

1.4 Identification data The unit described in this manual has an ID plate on the side showing all the relevant identification data: • Name of Manufacturer

• Code of electrical board • Serial number • Date • Power supply • Rated current • IP protection rating Type: AK-RC 111 No: 080Z3220 OPTYMA™ Control Power supply: 230VAC S/N: 080R0100 Date: 09/01/18 MADE IN ITALY

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2.0 Installation 2.1 Important information for the installer 1. Install the device in places where the protection rating is observed and try not to damage the box when drilling holes for wire/ pipe seats. 2. Do not use multi-polar cables in which there are wires connected to inductive/power loads or signalling wires (e.g. probes/sensors and digital inputs). 3. Do not fit power supply wiring and signal wiring (probes/sensors and digital inputs) in the same raceways or ducts. 4. Minimise the length of connector wires so that wiring does not twist into a spiral shape as this could have negative effects on the electronics. 5. Fit a general protection fuse upstream from the electronic controller. 6. All wiring must be of a cross-section suitable for relevant power levels. 7. When it is necessary to make a probe/sensor extension, the wires must have a cross section of at least 1mm2. Probes extension or shortening could alter their factory calibration; therefore to check and calibrate the probes through an external thermometer.

2.2 Standard assembly kit 2.3 Installing the unit For the purposes of assembly and use, the electronic AK-RC 111 control unit comes with: • 3 seals, to be fitted between the fixing screws and the box back panel; • 1 user’s manual. Fig 1. Raise the transparent cover that shields the magneto-thermal cut-out switch and remove the screw cover on the right-hand side. Fig 2. Undo the 4 fixing screws at the front of the box.

Fig 3. To close the magnetothermic circuit breaker transparent protection. Fig 4. Open the front of the box, lift it and slide the two hinges out as far as they will go.

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Fig 5. Press on the sides of the hinges to remove them from their seats and so remove the front panel completely. Fig 7. Hook the frontal panel back up to the lower part of the box by inserting the two hinges in their seats and, bending them, rotate downwards 180° to gain access to the electronic board. Fig 6. Use the three existing holes to fix the box back panel to the wall: use three screws of a length suitable for the thickness of the wall to which the panel will be attached. Fit a rubber washer (supplied) between each screw and the box backing.

Note: Make all the electrical connections as illustrated in the diagram for the corresponding model (see relative table in appendices). To make electrical connections reliably and maintain the protection rating, use appropriate cable glands and pipepresses to ensure a good seal. It is advisable to distribute the passage of the conductors inside the panel as far as possible, in particular to keep the power leads away from the cables of the signal. Use clips to hold wires in place. Fig 8. Close the front panel, making sure that all the wires are inside the box and that the box seal sits in its seat properly. Tighten the front panel using the 4 screws. Power up the panel and carry out thorough reading/ programming of all the parameters. Note: Be careful not to over-tighten the closure screws as this could warp the box and compromise proper operation of the membrane-type keypad. Install short-circuit overload safety devices on all the power cables connected to the AK-RC 111 so as to prevent damage to the device. Work and/or maintenance must ONLY be carried out on the unit after disconnecting the panel from the power supply and from any inductive/power loads: doing so allows the worker to do his job safely. © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 BC309238530328en-000101 | 5 User Guide | Optyma™ control AK-RC 111 single phase 3.0 Technical characteristics Power supply Voltage 230 V~ ± 10% 50/60 Hz Max power (only electronics) ~ 7 VA Rated current (with all loads connected) 16 A Climatic conditions Working temperature -5 – 50 °C Storage temperature -10 – 70 °C Relative ambient humidity Lower than 90% Hr General characteristics Type of sensors that can be connected NTC 10K 1% Resolution 0.1 °C Sensor read precision ± 0.5 °C Read range -45 – 99 °C Output characteristics Description Installed relay Card output characterstics Note Compressor (Relay 30A AC1) 10 A 250 V~ (AC3) (2HP) (100000 cicli) The sum of contemporary

Defrost (Relay 30A AC1) 16A 250 V~ (AC1) Fans (Relay 16A AC1) 2.7 A 250 V~ (AC3) Room light (Relay 16A AC1) 16 A 250 V~ (AC1) Aux 1 (free voltage contact) (Relay 5A AC1) 5(3) A 250 V~ Aux 2 (free voltage contact) (Relay 5A AC1) 5(3) A 250 V~ absorptions of these outputs has not to exceed 16 A General electrical protection Dimension characteristics Differential magnetothermic circuit breaker 16A Id=300 mA (Id=30 mA on request) Disconnecting power 4.5 kA

Dimensions 18.0 cm x 9.6 cm x 26.3 cm (HxPxL) Insulation and mechanical characteristics Box protection rating IP65 Box material ABS self-extinguishing Type of insulation Class II 6 | BC309238530328en-000101 © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 User Guide | Optyma™ control AK-RC 111 single phase

4.0 Parameter programming 4.1 Control panel 16 1 2 3

4.2 Front keypad 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 4 5 6 Auxiliary relay control 4.3 LED display (controls the relays manual if parameter AU1/AU2 = 2/-2) 1 2 Up/Mute buzzer alarm 3 Stand by (if the system shuts down the LED flashes) 4 Room temperature Setting 5 Down/Manual defrost 6 Room light 7 Cold room temperature / parameters 8 Stand-by (flashes on stand-by, outputs are deactivated) 9 Room light (flashes if door switch activated) 10 Cold (indicates activation of compressor) 11 Fans 12 Defrosting 13 Auxiliary (indicates AUX relay calling if AU1/AU2=+/-2 or +/-3) 14 Alarm/warning 15 Decimal point (flashing in night mode) 16 Hot mode (resistance call signaling)

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4.4 General 4.5 Key to symbols 4.6 Setting and displaying the set points 4.7 Level 1 programming (user level) 4.8 List of Level 1 variables (user level) To enhance safety and simplify the operator’s work, the AK-RC 111 has two programming levels; the first level (Level 1) is used to configure the frequently-modified SETPOINT parameters. The second programming level (Level 2) is for general parameter programming of the various controller work modes. It is not possible to access the Level 2 programming directly from Level 1: you must exit the programming mode first. For purposes of practicality the following symbols are used: (▲) the UP key is used to increase values and mute the alarm. (▼) the DOWN key is used to decrease values and force defrosting. 1. Press the SET key to display the current SETPOINT (temperature). 2. Hold down the SET key and press the (▲) or (▼) keys to modify the SETPOINT. Release the SET key to return to cold room temperature display: the new setting will be saved automatically. To gain access to the Level 1 configuration menu proceed as follows: 1. Press the (▲) and (▼) keys simultaneously and keep them pressed for a few seconds until the first programming variable appears on the display. 2. Release the (▲) and (▼) keys. 3. Select the variable to be modified using the (▲) or (▼) key. 4. When the variable has been selected it is possible: • to display the setting by pressing SET key. • to modify the setting by pressing the SET key together with the (▲) or (▼) key. When configuration values have been set you can exit the menu by pressing the (▲) or (▼) keys simultaneously for a few seconds until the cold room temperature reappears. 5. The new settings are saved automatically when you exit the configuration menu. Variables Meaning Value Default r0 Temperature difference compared to main SETPOINT 0.2 – 10 °C 2 °C

d0 Defrost interval (hours) If d0 = 0 cyclical defrosts Off d2 End-of-defrost setpoint Defrost is not executed if the temperature read by the defrost sensor is greater than d2. (If the sensor is faulty defrost is stopped on time set by the d3 parameter) 0 – 24 hours 4 hours -35 – 45 °C 15 °C

d3 Max defrost duration (minutes) 1 – 240 min 25 min

d7 Drip duration (minutes) At the end of defrost the compressor and fans remain at standstill for time d7, the defrost LED on the front panel flashes. F5 Fan pause after defrost (minutes) Allows fans to be kept at standstill for a time F5 after dripping. This time begins at the end of dripping. If no dripping has been set the fan pause starts directly at the end of defrost. A1 Minimum temperature alarm Allows user to define a minimum temperature for the room being refrigerated. Below value A1 an alarm trips: the alarm LED flashes, displayed temperature flashes and the buzzer sounds to indicate the problem. A2 Maximum temperature alarm Allows user to define a maximum temperature for the room being refrigerated. Above value A2 an alarm trips: the alarm LED flashes, displayed temperature flashes and the buzzer sounds to indicate the problem. 0 – 10 min 0 min 0 – 10 min 0 min -45 – (A2-1) °C -45 °C (A1+1) – 99 °C 99 °C

tEu Evaporator sensor temperature display (displays nothing if dE =1) evaporator temperature read only

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4.9 Level 2 programming (installer level) 4.10 List of Level 2 variables To access the second programming level press the UP (▲) and DOWN (▼) keys and the LIGHT key simultaneously for a few seconds. When the first programming variable appears the system automatically goes to stand-by. 1. Select the variable to be modified by pressing the UP (▲) and DOWN (▼) keys. When the parameter has been selected it is possible to: 2. View the setting by pressing the SET key. 3. Modify the setting by holding the SET key down and pressing the (▲) or (▼) key. 4. When configuration settings have been completed you can exit the menu by pressing the (▲) and (▼) keys simultaneously and keeping them pressed until the room temperature reappears. 5. Changes are saved automatically when you exit the configuration menu. 6. Press the STAND-BY key to enable electronic control. Variables Meaning Value Default (installer level) F3 Fan status with compressor off 0 = Fans run continuously 1 1 = Fans only run when compressor is working 2 = Fans disabled F4 Fan pause during defrost 0 = Fans run during defrost 1 1 = Fans do not run during defrost

F6 Evaporator fans activation for air recirculation. The fans activate for a time defined by F7 if they have not started working for the F6 time. If activation time coincides with the defrosting time, end of defrosting is awaited. F7 Evaporator fans duration for air recirculation. 0 – 240 min 0 = (function not activated)0 min

Fans working time for F60 – 240 sec 10 sec

dE Sensor presence If the evaporator sensor is disabled defrosts are carried out cyclically with period d0: defrosting ends when an external device trips and closes the remote defrost contact or when time d3 expires. d1 Defrost type, cycle inversion (hot gas) or with heater 0 = evaporator sensor present 1 = no evaporator sensor 0

elements0 = heating element 0 1 = hot gas 2 = heater with temperature control dPo Defrost at Power On 0 = disabled 0 1 = defrost at power-on (if possible) dSE Smart defrost 0 = disabled

dSt Smart defrost Setpoint (if dSE=1) The counting of the time between the defrost is incremented only if the compressor is ON and the evaporator temperature is less than dSt. 1 = enabled0 -30 – 30 °C 1 °C

dFd Display viewing during Defrost 0 = current temperature 1 1 = temperature at the start of the defrost 2 = “DEF” Ad Modbus Network address 0 – 247 0 Bdr Modbus baudrate 0 = 300 baud 8 1 = 600 baud 2 = 1200 baud 3 = 2400 baud 4 = 4800 baud 5 = 9600 baud 6 = 14400 baud 7 = 19200 baud 8 = 38400 baud Prt Modbus parity check 0 = none 1 1 = even 2 = odd Ald Minimum and maximum temperature signalling and alarm display delay0 – 240 min 120 min C1 Minimum time between shutdown and subsequent switching on of the compressor.0 – 15 min 0 min CAL Cold room sensor value correction -10 – 10 °C 0 °C © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 BC309238530328en-000101 | 9 User Guide | Optyma™ control AK-RC 111 single phase

CE1 Duration of compressor ON time in the case of faulty ambient probe (emergency mode). If CE1=0 the emergency mode in the presence of error E0 remains disabled, the compressor remains off and defrosting is prevented in order to conserve the remaining cold. CE2 Duration of compressor OFF time in the case of 0 – 240 min 0 = disabled 0 min

faulty ambient probe (emergency mode).5 – 240 min 5 min

doC Compressor safety time for door switch: when the door is opened the evaporator fans shut down and the compressor will continue working for time doC, after which it will shut down. 0 – 5 min 0 min

tdo Compressor restart time after door opening. when the door is opened and after tdo time, it’s setted back the normal functioning giving door open alarm (Ed) If the door switch is closed and the light stays on for a longer time than tdo light cell alarm is signaled (E9). With tdo=0 the parameter is disabled. 0 – 240 min 0 = disabled 0 min

Fst FAN shutdown TEMPERATURE The fans will stop if the temperature value read by the evaporator sensor is higher than this value. -45 – 99 °C 99 °C

Fd Fst differential 1 – 10 °C 2 °C LSE Minimum value attributable to setpoint. -45 – (HSE-1) °C -45 °C HSE Maximum value attributable to setpoint. (LSE+1) – 99 °C 99 °C AU1 Auxiliary/alarm relay 1 control -6 (NC) = relay de-energised -1 during stand-by -5 (NC) = Contact for casing element control (AUX relay closed with compressor output inactive). -4 (NC) = pump down function (NC, see CHAP 5.16) -3 (NC) = automatic auxiliary relay managed by StA temp. setting with 2°C differential (NC) -2 (NC) = manual auxiliary relay controlled via AUX key (NC) -1 (NC) = alarm relay (NC) 0 = relay deactivated 1 (NO) = alarm relay (NO) 2 (NO) =manual auxiliary relay controlled via AUX key (NO) 3 (NO) = automatic auxiliary relay managed by StA temp. setting with 2°C differential (NO) 4 (NO) = pump down function (NO, see CHAP 5.16) 5 (NO) = free voltage contact for condensing unit (AUX relay and compressor relay in parallel) 6 (NO) = relay excited during stand-by AU2 Auxiliary/alarm relay 2 control (like AU1 ) 5 StA Temperature setting for auxiliary relay -45 – 99 °C 0 °C

nSC Correction factor for the SET button during night operation (energy saving) (with In1 or In2 = 8 or -8) During night operation the control set is: Set Control = Set + nSC In night mode decimal point flashes. -20 – 20 °C 0 °C

10 | BC309238530328en-000101 © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 User Guide | Optyma™ control AK-RC 111 single phase In1 INP-1 input setting 8 = Night mode digital input 2 (energy saving, N.O.) 7 = Stop defrosting remotely (N.O.) (reads rising edge of impulse) 6 = Start defrosting remotely (N.O.) (reads rising edge of impulse) 5 = Stand-by remotely (N.O.) (In order to indicate Stand-By mode, the display shows ‘In5’ alternating with the current view) 4 = Pump-down pressure switch (N.O.) 3 = Man-in-room alarm (N.O.) 2 = Compressor protection (N.O.) 1 = Door switch (N.O.) 0 = disabled -1 = Door switch (N.C.) -2 = Compressor protection (N.C.) -3 = Man-in-room alarm (N.C.) -4 = Pump-down pressure switch (N.C.) -5 = Stand-by remotely (N.C.) (In order to indicate Stand-By mode, the display shows ‘In5’ alternating with the current view) -6 = Start defrosting remotely (N.C.) (reads falling edge of impulse) -7 = Stop defrosting remotely (N.C.) (reads falling edge of impulse) -8 = Night mode digital input (energy saving, N.C.) In2 INP-2 input setting (like In1) 1 bEE Buzzer enable 0 = disabled 1 = enabled1 mOd Thermostat functioning mode 0 = Cold function 0 1 = Hot function (in this mode defrosting and fan disable Fst are excluded) P1 Password type of protection (active when PA is not equal 0)0 = only display set point 3 1 = display set point, AUX, light access 2 = access in programming not permitted 3 = access in second level programming not permitted PA Password (see P1 for the type of protection)0...999

4.11 Switching on the AK-RC 111 electronic controller 4.12 Cold/hot activation/ deactivation conditions 4.13 Manual defrosting activation/deactivation 0 = not active0 reL Release software indicates software version 2 (read only) After wiring the electronic controller correctly, power up at 230 V AC; the display panel will immediately emit a beep and all the LEDs will come on simultaneously for a few seconds. In cold mode (mOd=0), the AK-RC 111 controller activates the compressor when cold room temperature exceeds setting + differential (r0); it deactivates the compressor when cold room temperature is lower than the setting. If Pump-Down function is selected (parameter AU1/AU2 = 4/-4), see chapter 4.16 for compressor activation/deactivation conditions. In hot mode (mOd=1), the AK-RC 111 controller activates the heat output (COMPR output) when cold room temperature drops below setting-differential (r0); it deactivates the heat output (COMPR output) when cold room temperature is higher than the setting. To defrost just press the dedicated key (see section 5.2) to activate the elements relay. Defrosting will not take place if the end-of-defrost temperature setting (d2) is lower than the temperature detected by the evaporator sensor. Defrosting ends when the end-of-defrost temperature (d2) or maximum defrost time (d3) is reached, or due to forced manual defrost termination (end of defrost button or digital input).

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4.14 Defrost with heater and temperature control 4.15 Hot gas defrosting 4.16 Pump down function 4.17 Password function 5.0 Modbus connection 5.1 Net configuration with modbus-RTU protocol Set the parameter d1=2 for the management of heater defrost by time with temperature control. During the defrost the output is activated when the evaporator’s temperatures are lower than d2. Defrost stops after d3 minutes. It allows energy saving and a better defrost process. Set parameter d1=1 to defrost in cycle inversion mode. The compressor relay and defrost relay are activated throughout the defrost phase. To ensure proper control of the system the installer must use the defrost output: this must allow opening of the cycle inversion solenoid valve and closure of the liquid solenoid valve. For capillary systems (without thermostat valve) it is only necessary to control the cycle inversion solenoid valve via the defrost relay control. Pump down function is activated when parameter AU1/AU2 = 4 / -4. Connect pump down pressostat on the digital input configured as pump down (In1 or In2 = 4 / -4). The compressor is directly controlled by pressostat. Connect evaporator solenoid valve on the AUX1 (or AUX2) relay. The solenoid is controlled directly by thermostat. When parameter PA is setting with value different to 0 the protection function is activated. See parameter P1 for the different protection. When PA is setting the protection start after two minutes of inactivity. On display appear 000. With up/ down modify the number, with set key confirm it. Use universal number 100 if you don’t remember the password. For RS-485 connections with Modbus-RTU protocol follow the scheme below. AK-RC 111

12 | BC309238530328en-000101 © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 User Guide | Optyma™ control AK-RC 111 single phase 6.0 Troubleshooting In the event of any anomalies of the AK-RC 111, it notifies the operator by means of the alarm codes displayed on the display and an audible signal emitted by a buzzer inside the control panel. The EL and EH temperature alarms remain visible even after their return (alarm icon lights on) until their acknowledgment (by pressing the key). If an alarm condition occurs, one of the following messages will be displayed on the display: Alarm code Possible cause Solution E0 Cold room temperature sensor not working properly • Check that cold room temperature sensor is working properly • If the problem persists, replace the sensor E1 Defrost sensor not working properly (In this case defrosts will last time d3)• Check that defrost sensor is working properly • If the problems persists, replace the sensor

E2 Eeprom alarm An EEPROM memory alarm has been detected (All outputs except the alarm one are deactivated) • Switch unit off and back on

E8 Man in cold room alarm • Reset the alarm input inside the cold room

Ec Compressor protection tripped (e.g. thermal protection or max pressure switch) (All outputs except the alarm one – where applicable – are deactivated) Ed Open door Alarm. When the door is opened and after tdo time, it’s setted back the normal functioning giving door open alarm (Ed). E9 Cell light alarm. The light of the cell has been on for a time greater than tdo. EH Maximum temperature alarm. The temperature inside the cold room has exceeded the max. temperature alarm setting (see variables A2, user programming level) EL Minimum temperature alarm. The temperature inside the cold room has exceeded the min. temperature alarm setting (see variables A1, user programming level). • Check that compressor is working properly • Check compressor absorption • If the problem persists, contact the technical assistance service • Check door switch status • Check door switch connections • If the problem persists contact the technical assistance service • Turn off the light • Check that the compressor is working properly. • Sensor not reading temperature properly or compressor start/stop control not working. • Check that the compressor is working properly. • Sensor not reading temperature properly or compressor start/stop control not working.

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7.0 Appendices 7.1 AK-RC 111 wiring diagram C o m C m o A D D m D m o M i i n e m g g M b f i i O d i r t t o O e o a a i D n n g s D l l B . t t i i p B n n i U p p n r U p p o r r S p o o u u S b u A b b t t e B Power Supply 230 V AC Defrost Fans Compr. Aux1/All. Aux2 Light

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 20 21 18 19 t

+ 1 2 e e s s C o m m o n /d /d enable Condensing unit

N F 7.2 Part List Key Ref. Description Electric switchboard

1. Box rear in Abs 2. Box front in Abs 3. Front cover in transparent polycarbonate 4. Box front opening hinge 5. Box closure screws 6. Board fixing screws 7. Magneto-thermal cut-out / power breaker 8. CPU board 9. Polycarbonate screw cover 10. Terminal for earth connections 14 | BC309238530328en-000101 © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 User Guide | Optyma™ control AK-RC 111 single phase 8.0 Ordering Type Code no. OPTYMATM Control single-phase (2 HP) including two sensors 080Z3220 © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 BC309238530328en-000101 | 15 Danfoss can accept no responsibility for possible errors in catalogues, brochures and other printed material. Danfoss reserves the right to alter its products without notice. This also applies to products already on order provided that such alterations can be made without subsequential changes being necessary eady agreed. All trademarks in this material are property of the respective companies. Danfoss and the Danfoss logotype are trademarks of Danfoss A/S. All rights reserved. © Danfoss | DCS (vt) | 2020.03 BC309238530328en-000101 | 16


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