Specifications Table for SEHVX-BAW

SEHVX20BAW SEHVX32BAW SEHVX40BAW SEHVX64BAW
Dimensions Unit Depth mm 396 396 396 396
    Height mm 1,573 1,573 1,573 1,573
    Width mm 766 766 766 766
Weight Unit kg 97.0 105 137 153
Water heat exchanger Type   Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate
  Water volume l 3 5 6 9
Operation range Water side Cooling Max. °CDB 20 20 20 20
      Min. °CDB 5 (4) 5 (4) 5 (4) 5 (4)
    Heating Max. °CDB 50 50 50 50
      Min. °CDB 25 25 25 25
Sound power level Cooling Nom. dBA 78      
Charge Per circuit TCO2Eq 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Water circuit Piping inch 1-1/4" 1-1/4" 1-1/2" 1-1/2"
  Piping connections diameter inch 1-1/4" (female) 1-1/4" (female) 2" (female) 2" (female)
  Total water volume l 4.2 (8) 5.8 (8) 7.9 (8) 11.0 (8)
Space heating Average climate water outlet 35°C General SCOP   0.075 0.075 0.075 0.075
Power supply Name   W1 W1 W1 W1
  Phase   3N~ 3N~ 3N~ 3N~
  Frequency Hz 50 50 50 50
  Voltage V 400 400 400 400
Notes (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C
  (2) - Condition: Ta DB/WB 7°C/6°C - LWC 45°C (Dt=5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta DB/WB 7°C/6°C - LWC 45°C (Dt=5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta DB/WB 7°C/6°C - LWC 45°C (Dt=5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta DB/WB 7°C/6°C - LWC 45°C (Dt=5°C)
  (3) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (3) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (3) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (3) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C)
  (4) - Water can be used above 5°C. Between 0°C and 5°C a 30% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used. Between 0°C and -10°C a 40% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used (see installation manual and information related to OPZL option) (4) - Water can be used above 5°C. Between 0°C and 5°C a 30% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used. Between 0°C and -10°C a 40% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used (see installation manual and information related to OPZL option) (4) - Water can be used above 5°C. Between 0°C and 5°C a 30% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used. Between 0°C and -10°C a 40% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used (see installation manual and information related to OPZL option) (4) - Water can be used above 5°C. Between 0°C and 5°C a 30% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used. Between 0°C and -10°C a 40% glycol solution (propylene or ethylene) has to be used (see installation manual and information related to OPZL option)
  (5) - Excluding water volume in the unit. In most applications this minimum water volume will have a satisfying result. In critical processes or in rooms with a high heat load though, extra water volume might be required. Refer to operation range for more info. (5) - Excluding water volume in the unit. In most applications this minimum water volume will have a satisfying result. In critical processes or in rooms with a high heat load though, extra water volume might be required. Refer to operation range for more info. (5) - Excluding water volume in the unit. In most applications this minimum water volume will have a satisfying result. In critical processes or in rooms with a high heat load though, extra water volume might be required. Refer to operation range for more info. (5) - Excluding water volume in the unit. In most applications this minimum water volume will have a satisfying result. In critical processes or in rooms with a high heat load though, extra water volume might be required. Refer to operation range for more info.
  (6) - Excluding the water volume in the unit. This volume will guarantee suficient defrost energy for all applications, however, this volume can be multiplied by 0,66 if the heating sepoint is ≥ 45° C (eg. Fan coils) (6) - Excluding the water volume in the unit. This volume will guarantee suficient defrost energy for all applications, however, this volume can be multiplied by 0,66 if the heating sepoint is ≥ 45° C (eg. Fan coils) (6) - Excluding the water volume in the unit. This volume will guarantee suficient defrost energy for all applications, however, this volume can be multiplied by 0,66 if the heating sepoint is ≥ 45° C (eg. Fan coils) (6) - Excluding the water volume in the unit. This volume will guarantee suficient defrost energy for all applications, however, this volume can be multiplied by 0,66 if the heating sepoint is ≥ 45° C (eg. Fan coils)
  (7) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (7) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (7) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (7) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop.
  (8) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (8) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (8) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (8) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel