Bosch 100 Combi Boiler User Manual

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WARNING:

Improper installation, setup, modification, operation or maintenance of the heating system can cause personal injury and property damage.

Follow each appliances' instructions precisely.

For assistance or further information, contact a trained and certified installer, service provider, or the gas supply company.

In Massachusetts, the boiler must be installed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter.

Application drawings in this manual are conceptual only and do not purport to address all design, installation, code, or safety considerations.

The diagrams in this manual are for reference use by code officials, designers and licensed installers. It is expected that installers have adequate knowledge of national and local codes, as well as accepted industry practices, and are trained on equipment, procedures, and applications involved. Drawings are not to scale.

Refer to the boiler, control and module installer manuals for additional detailed information!

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Table of Contents

1 Information about the appliance

4

1.1

Boiler types and sizes

4

1.2

FW200 Boiler Energy Management

5

1.3

FB100 Remote Control & Room Sensor

6

1.4

IPM2 Space Heating Module

7

1.5

ISM2 Solar Module

8

2 Applications

9

Legend

9

List of most common applications

10

Boiler pump capacity in single zone systems

11

Single Zone Baseboard Systems:

 

2.1

System 1: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a

 

 

single zone system

13

2.2

System 2: Greenstar Combi Boiler in a

 

 

single zone system

17

2.3

System 3: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single

 

 

zone system with DHW tank loading

21

2.4System 4: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with solar thermal DHW and

boiler backup

25

Single Zone Systems with Primary/Secondary Piping:

2.5

System 5: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a

 

 

single zone system

29

2.6

System 6: Greenstar Combi Boiler in a

 

 

single zone system

33

2.7

System 7: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single

 

 

zone system with DHW tank loading

37

2.8System 8: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with room thermostat and DHW

tank loading

41

2.9System 9: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with solar thermal DHW and

boiler backup

45

Multi-zoneSystems with Primary/Secondary Piping:

 

2.10 System 10: Greenstar Heating Boiler with

 

zone pumps and room thermostats

49

2.11 System 11: Greenstar Heating Boiler with

 

zone pumps, room thermostats and DHW

 

tank loading

53

2.12 System 12: Greenstar Heating Boiler with

 

zone valves and room thermostats

57

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1 Information about the appliance

1.1 Boiler types and sizes

Greenstar Heating boilers

Greenstar 57: ZBR 16-3,54,600btu (16kW) output

Greenstar 100: ZBR 28-3,95,500btu (28kW) output

Greenstar 131: ZBR 35-3,119,400btu (35kW) output

Greenstar 151: ZBR 42-3,143,000btu (42kW) output

Greenstar Combi-boilers

Greenstar Combi 100: ZWB 28-3,95,500btu (28kW) output

Greenstar Combi 151: ZWB 42-3,143,000btu (42kW) output

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1.2FW200 Boiler Energy Management System

The Boiler Energy Management System includes the FW200 user programming interface with integrated outdoor reset control.

In connection with the IPM2 module the FW200 offers an outdoor reset control for two heating zones and DHW generation with time programs:

— Central heating : Six weekly heating programs with six programmable switch points per day (one program is active).

— DHW : weekly DHW program with six switch points per day.

DHW Recirculation pump program.

Options:

Remote control and room sensor FB100 provides status information and a programming interface in each zone.

Module ISM2 for solar DHW heating and solar space heating support.

Programs and settings are stored in a permanent memory and remain even during power outages.

Installation options:

In the boiler

Wall-mountedas a remote room sensor

Scope of delivery

 

2

 

 

 

3

 

8

1

5

 

4

 

 

2x2x

Fig. 1 FW200 Energy Management System 1 Controls top section

2 Base for wall-mounting

3 Top cover

4 Installation and operating instructions

5 Outdoor temperature sensor with mounting kit

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1.3 FB100 Remote Control & Room Sensor

The FB100 can only be connected to systems with FW200 and a boiler with BUS-enabledHeatronic 3.

The FB100 is a remote room sensor and user interface that is used to display device and system information and to change the settings of that particular zone.

The FB100 is designed for wall mounting.

In connection with the IPM2 module, the FB100 controls the assigned heating circuit using a timer program. Three weekly heating programs with six switch points per day are available for a heating circuit (one program is active).

Maximum of four FB100 in a heating system with FW200.

In case of power failure, the display will be off. All settings are saved.

Scope of delivery

2 3

8

1 4

Fig. 2 FB100 Remote Control & Room Sensor 1 Upper part of remote control

2 Base for wall-mounting

3 Top cover

4 Installation and operating instructions

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1.4 IPM2 Space Heating Module

The IPM2 module operates pumps and mixing valves of 2 heating zones. Each zone is run independently based on the programming and feedback from the FB100 room sensor (if installed). Instead of a second zone a DHW recirculation pump can also be controlled by the IMP-2.

Combination overview

 

 

 

Outdoor reset controls

FW200

and primary room sensor

 

Remote control for

FB100

additional zones

 

 

2 mixed heating zones

 

1 mixed heating zone

 

+ 1 unmixed heating zone

 

+ 1 DHW recirculation pump

 

2 unmixed heating zones

Available

+ 1 DHW recirculation pump

systems

1 mixed heating zone

 

 

+ 1 storage tank

 

+ 1 DHW tank loading pump

 

1 unmixed heating zone

 

+ 1 storage tank

 

+ 1 DHW tank loading pump

Max. number of Modules

max. 5 IPM2

per system

 

 

 

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1.5 ISM2 Solar Module

The ISM2 module controls the components of a solar thermal system. Integration of solar thermal with a boiler and central heating system for backup brings additional benefits as it allows minimizing boiler run time and reduces burner starts significantly compared to a nonintegrated system.

Combination overview

With the ISM2 module, it is possible to realize a variety of solar thermal systems.

Basic solar thermal systems

System 1 : Solar thermal DHW heating

System 2 : Solar thermal DHW heating and space heating support

System expansions

Option A : Two collector arrays (east/west orientation)

Option B : Reloading system with two single coil DHW tanks

Option C : First/second priority system with 2 tanks, realized with

p-p :a separate pump for each tank

p-v :common pump and diverter valve

Option D : External heat exchanger on the solar circuit

Option E : Thermal disinfection of the solar tank

Combine a basic system with one or several options to realize the desired solar system.

This manual shows basic solar thermal DHW systems only. For information on all options, please consult the Installation and Service Manual.

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2 Applications

Legend

Flow check valve

pipepipe

Greenstar

Greenstar

Greenstar boiler

Greenstar combi-boiler

Fig. 3 Legend

NOTICE: All drawings in this manual are conceptual in nature and only depict components relevant for the systems shown. It is the installer's responsibility to know national and local code and install safety devices as required. Install and size peripheral devices such as air purge, expansion vessel, feeder valve, mud separator, shutoff valves, etc. per best installation practices. Contact Bosch with installation related questions.

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List of most common applications

Single Zone Baseboard Systems:

System 1: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system (page 13-16).

System 2: Greenstar Combi-Boilerin a single zone system (page17-20).

System 3: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with DHW tank loading ( page 21-24).

System 4: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with solar thermal DHW and boiler backup (page 25-28).

Single Zone Systems with Primary/Secondary Piping:

System 5: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system (page 29-32)

System 6: Greenstar Combi-Boilerin a single zone system (page33-36).

System 7: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with DHW tank loading (page 37-40)

System 8: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with room thermostat and DHW tank loading (page 41-44).

System 9: Greenstar Heating Boiler in a single zone system with solar thermal DHW and boiler backup (page 45-48).

Multi-zoneSystems with Primary/Secondary Piping:

System 10: Greenstar Heating Boiler with zone pumps and room thermostats (page 49-52).

System 11: Greenstar Heating Boiler with zone pumps, room thermostats, and DHW tank loading (page 5356).

System 12: Greenstar Heating Boiler with zone valves and room thermostats ( page 57-60).

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