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****** Page 1 ****** XDimpIex o CAB & DAB CABI OA, CABI OE, CABI OW, CABI 5A, CABI 5E & CABI 5W DABI OA, DABI OE, DABI OW, DABI 5A, DABI 5E & DABI 5W 08/19023/4 (UK) Issue 4 The product complies with the European Safety Standards EN60335-2-30 and the European Standard Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) EN55014, EN60555-2 and EN60555-3 which cover the essential requirements of EEC Directives 73/23 and 89/336
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****** Page 3 ****** 380-415 V 3PN N Ll L2L3 GND M2 HI IRI 220-240V IPN GND M2 Coo bms I bms CAB ‘E’ & DAB ‘E’ I bms CAB ‘A’ & DAB ‘A’ CAB ‘W’ & DAB ‘W’ bms MI bms I bms CAB 10 CAB 15 DAB 10 DAB 15 840 1260 800 1300 240 240 300 300
****** Page 4 ****** Dimplex Compact Air Barriers Models : CABIOE, CAB15E, CABI OW, CAB15W, CABIOA, & CAB15A DABIOE, DAB15E, DABIOW, DAB15W, DABIOA, & DAB15A IMPORTANT: THESE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE READ CAREFULLY AND RETAINED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE IMPORTANT SAFETY ADVICE DO NOT COVER OR OBSTRUCT the air inlet or outlet grille. ENSURE THE APPLIANCE IS EARTHED. Do not use this heater in areas where excessive dust exists. This heater must not be located immediately above or below a fixed socket outlet or connection box. Always disconnect supply before working on the product. This appliance should only be connected to the fixed wiring of the premises by means of conduit. This product should be mounted safely to solid wall or ceiling surfaces only. This product must not be subjected to water spray or immersion. Ensure the supply cables are of adequate current carrying capacity and are protected by a suitable fuse. If the appliance is mounted in a toilet or washroom, the appliance should be mounted such that no part of it can be touched by a person using a fixed bath or shower. If the appliance is mounted in a toilet or washroom an isolating switch must be provided outside the washroom adjacent to the entrance door. WARNING: Isolate electrical supply to ALL modular linked units when carrying out maintenance. Models Model Heat output kW Electrical Supply AMBIENT / COLD STORE CABIOA CAB15A DABIOA DAB15A ELECTRICALLY HEATED CABIOE 4.5 / 9.0 CAB15E 6.75 / 13.5 DABIOE 6.0 / 12.0 DAB15E 9.0 / 18.0 WATER HEATED (at 82/71 oc – 220-240V- 1 PN 220-240V- 1 PN 220-240V- 1 PN 220-240V- 1 PN 380-415V- 3PN 380-415V-3PN 380-415V- 3PN 3PN CABIOW CAB15W DABIOW DAB15W Electrical 9.0 13.5 12.0 18.0 220-240V- 1 PN 220-240V- 1 PN 220-240V- 1 PN 220-240V- 1 PN Electrical load (per phase) 0.3 0.5 1.5 2.3 14 20 18 27 0.3 0.5 1.5 2.3 Weight kg 15.5 21.5 21.5 27.5 20.5 29 26.5 35 17.7 24.6 24.7 31.9 Max Installed height m 2.7 2.7 4.0 4.0 2.7 2.7 4.0 4.0 2.7 2.7 4.0 4.0 The installation of this appliance should be carried out by a competent electrician and be in accordance with the current IEE wiring regulations. Fixing Positions This appliance may be either wall-mounted or fixed to a ceiling – see Fig. 3a & 3b for fixing positions and ‘Mounting’ sections below for fixing details. A minimum distance of 100mm is required from the top of the appliance to ceiling – see ‘a’ in Fig. 1. The distance between the bottom of the appliance and the top of a door should be kept to a minimum – see ‘b’ in Fig. 1 Wall Mounting Using the wall mounting bracket as a guide (see Fig. 2) mark off hole positions on the wall (a minimum height of 2.0 metres is required from the floor level to the bottom of the bracket). Position the bracket such that the air outlet of the installed air barrier will be as close to the top of the doorway as possible but will remain unobstructed when installation is complete. Solid brick or concrete block walls must be drilled and plugged (using a spirit level as a guide – see ‘x’ in Fig. 2 – to ensure the bracket is level) with rawlplug No. 8 size fibre inserts. The plug must be located in the solid part of the wall and not just in the plaster layer. When fixing to ‘panel’ walls, the wall bracket should be attached to the stud-work using No. 8 wood screws or by an alternative, equally secure method of fixing. Once the wall bracket has been fitted, the air barrier can be clipped in place as shown in Fig. 3a. Ceiling Mounting By using threaded inserts in the top panel of the air barrier, attachment to a ceiling over the product can be achieved using suitable M8 threaded steel rod or similar supports of sufficient strength – see Fig. 3b. Electrical connection All products are fitted with a microprocessor control. Electrical power and control connections are made as shown in Fig. 6. A suitable local isolating switch must be provided in the electrical supply circuit with at least 3mm clearance on each pole. In order to access the electrical connections, remove the outlet grilles (‘x’ and ‘y’ in Fig. 4) by releasing the quick release fasteners and hinging the mouldings as shown and then remove the bottom panel (‘z’ in Fig. 4). For the Water heated and Ambient models only, the pressure plate (‘w’ in Fig. 4) must also be removed. All CAB Electric Models – Having removed a ‘knock out’ in the top panel, feed an appropriate supply cable (see ‘a’ in Fig. GA) through a suitable cable gland (not supplied) fitted in the top panel and attach to the terminal block (see ‘b’ in Fig. 6A). All DAB Electric Models – Having removed a ‘knock out’ in the top panel, feed an appropriate supply cable (see ‘a’ in Fig. 6B) through a suitable cable gland (not supplied) fitted in the top panel and attach to the terminal block (see ‘b’ in Fig. 6B). All Water heated and Ambient Models – Having removed a ‘knock out’ in the top panel, feed an appropriate supply cable (see ‘a’ in Fig. 6C) through a suitable cable gland (not supplied) fitted in the top panel and attach to the PCB (see ‘b’ in Fig. 6C). A suitable cable for a switch panel (kit ref. – CABCI for electrically heated models or CABC2 for water heated/ambient models) can be similarly introduced through the top panel and connected to the circuit board. If the unit is to be operated in conjunction with a door switch, a normally closed switch should be wired as per Fig. 7 & 8 as appropriate – see also ‘Switch Panel Instructions’. If the unit is to be connected to a Building Energy Management System, connections are made as per Fig. 7 & 8 as appropriate. Ensure that the air barrier is securely fastened in position and that the supply cables are firmly clamped before operating the appliance.
****** Page 5 ****** Water connection Models designed for use in conjunction with a low pressure hot water supply should be individually connected (in a parallel circuit) to the flow and return pipe-work. Connections (see ‘a’ in Fig. 5) are: W BSPT (CAB series) and 3/4″ BSPT (DAB series) and isolation valves (see ‘b’ in Fig. 5) should be fitted as close to the air barrier connection points as possible. For commissioning, air bleed valves (see ‘c’ in Fig. 5) are fitted to the coil, which can be accessed by removal of the bottom panel and intake grille assembly – see Fig. 4. The drain (see ‘d’ in Fig. 5) can also be accessed when the intake grille assembly and bottom panel are removed. Maximum water supply conditions are 1250C and 8 bar (0.8MPa). To aid installation, the water coil connections may be moved to either side of the appliance. By removing the water coil and appropriate knockouts the water coil can then be re-inserted into the required orientation. This procedure should be carried out before mounting the appliance. Electrically heated variants Operation using switch box – CABCI Switch on electrical supply to the air barrier. Switching the switch marked ‘l’ energises the fan. The fan switch allows either low or high fan speeds to be selected. The heat selection switch allows heat setting to be chosen. O – Off – h heat – Full heat The A/ M (auto / manual) switch allows for manual over-ride of a door switch if fitted. The unit should always be switched OFF using the switch box control, and not by mains power supply interruption. When the unit is switched off (via the switch box) the fan will run on for 1 minute without heat to discharge any residual energy from the heating elements. When first turned on the control will run through a system check. The selected settings will be reached and maintained after a 3 minute period. Thermostatic control A capillary type thermostat is factory fitted within the unit, as per ‘C’ in Fig. 7, giving a selection scale of 0-400C. When the thermostat operates, the power output will reduce depending on the switch setting. Thermal Safety cut outs The power supply to the heating elements will be interrupted if one or a combination of the following abnormal events occur: 2. 3. Air inlet or outlet grilles are obstructed. Internal ventilation is impaired due to build up of dust and fluff. Blower unit stalls. To reset the thermal safety cut-outs, access reset buttons as shown in Fig. 9. Before re-setting the reason for activation must be determined and corrective action taken. Low pressure hot water heated / Ambient (fan only) variants Operation using switch box – CABC2 Switching the switch marked ‘l’ energises the fan. The fan switch allows either low or high fan speeds to be selected. The A/ M (auto / manual) switch allows for manual over-ride of a door switch if fitted. The unit should always be switched OFF using the switch box control, and not by mains power supply interruption. When first turned on the control will run through a system check. The selected settings will be reached and maintained after a 3 minute period. Thermostatic control (optional) A thermostatic regulation valve with a remote sensing bulb (not supplied) can be positioned in the supply water pipe-work to regulate the heat output. Door switch control (Water heated & Ambient models) By including a door switch in the circuit (as per ‘D’ in Fig. 8) the air barrier will respond to door openings as follows: (1) (2) (3) (4) Door opening will energise the air barrier at the set conditions (switch box settings). On door closure operation will continue at the set conditions for a further 1 minute. Between 1 minute and 2 minutes from door closure 1/2 fan set back operation will activate. After 2 minutes, the air barrier will return to a dormant state until the door is re-opened. If the door re-opens during this 2 minute run on cycle, the process will re-start at (1 Wiring Diagrams CAB & DAB ‘E’ – Electric models – see Fig. 7 CAB & DAB ‘W’/ ‘A’ – Water heated & Ambient models – see Fig. 8 e Fan only No effect Half Heat – Heater will reduce to Fan only Full Heat Heater will reduce to Half Heat To override the thermostat, first Isolate the supply to the heater. Remove the connection on terminal ‘1’ of the thermostat and reconnect it onto the piggy back connection on terminal ‘C’. Door switch control (Electric models) By including a door switch in the circuit (as per ‘D’ in Fig. 7) the air barrier will respond to door openings as follows: M- Master Module Link 12VDC Feedback Signal to BMS (Unit Fault Check) Thermostat Door Switch (Optional) Thermal Safety Cut-out Circuit Elements BMS Switches (Optional) Motor Switch box (2) (3) (4) (5) Door opening will energise the air barrier at the set conditions (switch box settings). On door closure operation will continue at the set conditions for a further 1 minute. Between 1 minute and 2 minutes from door closure, set back operation, h heat (if heat selected) and 1/2 fan will activate. Between 2 minutes and 3 minutes, the fan only (1/2 speed) shut down cycle will be engaged. After 3 minutes, the air barrier will return to a dormant state until the door is re-opened. If the door re-opens during this 3 minute run on cycle, the process will restart at (1). For operation via switch box, all BMS switches as shown in Fig. 7 & 8 need to be OPEN CIRCUIT if used. Do not remove BMS links on PCB. For operation via BMS, switch box to be set as follows: 1/0 in O (Off) position Heat selection switch to be in O (Off position) Fan selection switch in either high or low speed position bms bms bms bms MI 1 M2 HI o 1 O – Circuit Open 1 – Circuit Closed X – Either Open or Closed o
****** Page 6 ****** Remote (BMS / BEMS) Operation Connection to Building Energy Management Control Systems (BEMS) is possible so that remote control of the air-barrier can be carried out in conjunction with other equipment. Modular Connection Refer to instructions provided with the modular linking kit. Recessed Installation Refer to instructions provided with the recess installation kit. De-rating the unit to operate at 1/2 heat setting: De-rating the unit to operate at 1/2 heat is done via the remote switch unit, once the cover/facia plate is removed from the backbox, access can be gained to the connection block inside – for details refer to Switch Panel Instructions. To de-rate the unit to half heat setting, insert the wire for H2 from in with the wire for HI. By doing this the switch function will allow half heat setting in either half or full heat mode, provided the correct number of cores are fed to the switch unit this still allows possible reconnection to full heat at a later stage. At half heat setting the units detailed within the table below will give the loadings stated. H2 connected to HI Model CABIOE CAB15E DABIOE DAB15E Heat Output 4.5 kW 6.75kW 6.0kW 9.0kW Loading per phase 7.0A 10.OA 9.OA 1 3.5A The CABI OE and CABI 5E are primarily designed for 400V- 3P&N 50Hz operation, however in the instance where it is not possible to utilise a 3-phase supply, the CABIOE & CAB15E units can be derated for operation via a 230V— IP&N 50Hz supply (please note that in 230V- IP&N, a maximum loading of 1/2 heat only will be applicable). To do this a kit will be needed please contact Dimplex for further information.
****** Page 7 ****** Cleaning WARNING: DISCONNECT SUPPLY before carrying out maintenance. External appearance can be maintained by wiping occasionally with a damp cloth ; for stain removal, a weak soap solution can be applied with a cloth and the surface wiped dry. Care must be taken to avoid any moisture ingress into the product. After Sales Service Your product is guaranteed for three years from the date of purchase. Within this period, we undertake to repair or exchange this product free of charge provided it has been installed and operated in accordance with these instructions. Your rights under this guarantee are additional to your statutory rights, which in turn are not affected by this guarantee. Should you require after sales service you should contact our customer services help desk on 0870 727 0101. It would assist us if you can quote the model number, series, date of purchase, and nature of the fault at the time of your call. The customer services help desk will also be able to advise you should you need to purchase any spares. Please do not return a faulty product to us in the first instance as this may result in loss or damage and delay in providing you with a satisfactory service. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase.
****** Page 8 ****** The product complies with the European Safety Standards EN60335-2-30 and the European Standard Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) EN55014, EN60555-2 and EN60555-3 which cover the essential requirements of EEC Directives 73/23 and 89/336 Glen Dimplex UK Limited Millbrook House Grange Drive Hedge End Southampton Hampshire. S030 2DF [c] Glen Dimplex UK Limited UK customer help line (8.00AM Customer Services: Tel. Fax. e-mail Republic of Ireland Tel. – 6.OOPM Mon-Fri; 8.30AM-1 .OOPM sat) 0870 7270101 0870 7270102 email@example.com 01 8424833 All rights reserved. Material contained in this publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part, without prior permission in writing of Glen Dimplex UK Limited.
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