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Display Case

FHG 2L & FHG 3L

Foster Refrigerator Environmental Management Policy

Product Support and Installation Contractors

Foster Refrigerator recognises that its activities, products and services can have an adverse impact upon the environment.

The organisation is committed to implementing systems and controls to manage, reduce and eliminate its adverse environmental impacts wherever possible, and has formulated an Environmental Policy outlining our core aims. A copy of the Environmental Policy is available to all contractors and suppliers upon request.

The organisation is committed to working with suppliers and contractors where their activities have the potential to impact upon the environment. To achieve the aims stated in the Environmental Policy we require that all suppliers and contractors operate in compliance with the law and are committed to best practice in environmental management.

Product Support and Installation contractors are required to:

1.Ensure that wherever possible waste is removed from the client’s site, where arrangements are in place all waste should be returned to Foster Refrigerator’s premises. In certain circumstances waste may be disposed of on the clients site; if permission is given, if the client has arrangements in place for the type of waste.

2.If arranging for the disposal of your waste, handle, store and dispose of it in such a way as to prevent its escape into the environment, harm to human health, and to ensure the compliance with the environmental law. Guidance is available from the Environment Agency on how to comply with the waste management ‘duty of care’.

3.The following waste must be stored of separately from other wastes, as they are hazardous to the environment: refrigerants, polyurethane foam, oils.

4.When arranging for disposal of waste, ensure a waste transfer note or consignment note is completed as appropriate. Ensure that all waste is correctly described on the waste note and include the appropriate six-digit code from the European Waste Catalogue. Your waste contractor or Foster can provide further information if necessary.

5.Ensure that all waste is removed by a registered waste carrier, a carrier in possession of a waste management licence, or a carrier holding an appropriate exemption. Ensure the person receiving the waste at its ultimate destination is in receipt of a waste management licence or valid exemption.

6.Handle and store refrigerants in such a way as to prevent their emission to atmosphere, and ensure they are disposed of safely and in accordance with environmental law.

7.Make arrangements to ensure all staff who handle refrigerants do so at a level of competence consistent with the City Guilds 2078 Handling Refrigerants qualification or equivalent qualification.

8. Ensure all liquid substances are securely stored to prevent leaks and spill, and are not disposed of to storm drains, foul drain, surface water to soil.

Contents

Page

Introduction

2

 

Technical Specification.

2

 

Temperature Controller

3

 

Controller Display and Symbols.

3 to

4

Setting the set point

4

 

Programming the controller.

4

 

Accessing the type “F” parameters

4

 

Accessing the type “C” parameters

4 to

5

Modifying the parameters

5

 

Procedure for setting the default parameter values

5

 

Classification of Parameters

6

 

Parameter Settings

6 to

7

Parameter Definitions

8 to 13

Spare Parts List

13

 

Wiring Diagrams

14 to

17

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Introduction

The display case are manufactured in two formats FHG 2L, 2 doors, and the FHG 3L, three doors.

There are also Multiplex options that are a combination of two FHG 2L cases to make a FHG 4L or a combination of the FHG 2L and FHG 3L to make a FHG 5L.

Technical Specification.

Model

 

2 Door

3 Door

4 Door

5 Door

External Dimensions (m)

Height (m)

2100

2100

2100

2100

 

Width (m)

1684

2463

3254

4035

 

Depth (m)

900

900

900

900

Internal Dimensions (m)

Height (m)

1354

1354

1354

1354

 

Width (m)

1564

2343

3128

3907

 

Depth (m)

550

550

550

550

No. of Shelves

 

12

18

24

30

Shelf capacity (each)

Kg

40

40

40

40

Door System

 

Schott

Schott

Schott

Schott

Refrigeration System

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hitachi

 

Hitachi FL200

 

 

Up to Aug

 

DL

 

Compressor

FL200 DL

 

 

2004

 

400v 3 phase

 

 

400v 3 phase

 

 

 

 

 

(x 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hitachi

 

Hitachi

 

 

From Aug

 

DS 183651

 

 

DS 183651

 

 

 

2004

 

230v 1 phase

 

 

230v 1 phase

 

 

 

 

 

(x 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hitachi

 

Hitachi

 

 

 

 

FL300DL

 

 

 

FL300DL

 

 

 

 

 

400 3 Phase

 

 

 

400 3 Phase

 

 

 

 

 

(x 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R404A

R404A

R404A

R404A

Refrigerant

 

2500 grms

2500 grms +

 

2500 grms

3500 grms

 

 

(x 2)

3500 grms

 

 

 

 

Vaporisation

 

Hot Gas

Hot Gas

Hot Gas

Hot Gas

 

 

Hot Gas and

Hot Gas and

Hot Gas and

Hot Gas and

Defrost Type

 

Electric

Electric

Electric

 

Electric (1 kW)

 

 

( 1.5 kW)

(2.1kW)

(2.5 kW)

 

 

 

Electrical supply

 

230/1/50

400/3/50

230/1/50 X 2

400/3/50 +

 

230/50/1

 

 

 

 

 

Electrical Supply Capacity

 

16A

16A

16A

16A

Controller

 

Carel

Carel

Carel

Carel

 

PB00F0HB10

PB00F0HB10

PB00F0HB10

PB00F0HB10

 

 

Heat loads & Consumption

 

 

 

 

 

Lighting

Watts

140

210

280

350

Door frame heaters

Watts

266

380

522

646

Fan motors

Watts

132

198

264

330

Compressor consumption

Watts

 

2760

 

 

Compressor Duty

Watts

 

2660

 

 

Compressor Current

A

 

5.1

 

 

2

Temperature controller

It is strongly advised that before adjusting any Service Parameters a thorough understanding of the following instructions should be obtained.

Carel PB00F0HB10

15

 

 

14

 

 

1

2

3

4

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

10

11

12

16

17

18

19

5

6

7

8

Controller Display and Symbols.

NOTE: When the buttons are pressed a brief audible signal is emitted; this signal can not be disabled.

1.HACCP: Pressing this button displays a sub menu used to access the HACCP parameters (not used by Foster)

2. ON/OFF: When pressed for more than 5 seconds switches the controller on/off. When OFF the controller display alternates between “OFF” and the air temperature as read by the air probe.

3.

PRG/MUTE: Mutes the audible alarm and deactivates the alarm relay.

 

: If pressed for more than 1 second the during the reception of the automatic network address

 

assignment request package, starts the address assignment procedure (not used by Foster).

:If pressed for more than 5 seconds, allows access to the menu for setting the “F” (frequent) parameters.

:If pressed for more than 5 seconds together with, allows access for setting the “C” (configuration) Parameters.

:If pressed for more than 5 seconds when switching the instrument ON, activates the procedure for setting the default parameter values.

:If pressed for more 5 seconds together with, resets any active alarm with manual reset (the message ‘rES ‘ indicates that the alarm has been reset); any delays relating to the alarms are re-activated.

4. UP/CC: If pressed for more than 5 seconds, activates/deactivates the continuous cycle operation (the message ‘ccE’ and ‘ccE’ indicate, respectively, the start and end of the continuous cycle request).

: If pressed together with, for more than 5 seconds, starts the report printing procedure (provided the printer interface is connected to the controller).

:If pressed for more than 5 seconds together with, resets any active alarm with manual reset (the message ‘rES ‘ indicates that the alarm has been reset); any delays relating to the alarms are reactivated.

5. Light: If pressed for more than 1-second activates/deactivates auxiliary output 2.

6. AUX: If pressed for more than 1-second activates/ deactivates auxiliary output 1.

7. DOWN/DEF: If pressed for mare than 5 seconds, activates/deactivates a manual defrost (the message ‘dFb’ and dFE’ indicate, respectively, the start and end of defrost).

8.SET: If pressed for more than 1 second displays and/or sets the set point.

: If pressed for more than 5 seconds together with

, accesses the menu for setting the type ”C”

(configuration) parameters.

 

 

: If pressed together with

for more than 5 seconds, starts the report printing procedure (provided the

printer interface is connected to the controller).

3

9 Compressor: Illuminated when the compressor is running. Flashes when the activation of the compressor is delayed by safety times.

10. FAN: Illuminated when the fan starts. Flashes when the activation of the fan is prevented due to external disabling or procedures in progress.

11. DEFROST: Illuminated when defrost is activated. Flashes when the activation of the defrost is prevented due to external disabling or procedures in progress.

12. AUX: Illuminated when the auxiliary output (1 and/or 2) selected as AUX is activated.

13.ALARM: Illuminated following the activation of the external digital input alarm. Flashes in the event of alarms during normal operation (e.g. high /low temperature) or in the event of alarms from an external digital input, immediate or delayed.

14. CLOCK: Illuminated if at least one timed defrost has been set. On start up comes ON for a few seconds to indicate that the Real Time Clock is active.

15. LIGHT: Illuminated when the auxiliary output (1 and /or 2) is selected as the LIGHT is activated.

16. SERVICE: Flashes in the event of a malfunction, for example EPROM errors or probe faults.

17.DISPLAY: Displays the temperature in the range –50 to +150°C. the temperature is displayed to the tenth of a degree between –19.9 and + 19.9°C. the display of the tenths can be disabled by setting the related parameter.

18. HACCP: Illuminated if the HACCP function is enabled. Flashes when there are hew HACCP alarms stored (HA and/or HF alarm shown on the display).

19. CONTINUOUS CYCLE:Illuminated when the CONTINUOUS CYCLE function is activated. Flashes if the activation of the function is prevented due to external disabling or procedures in progress (e.g. minimum compressor OFF time).

Setting the set point.

To display the set point proceed as follows:

1.Press for more than 1 second to display the set point.

2.To increase the set point press or to decrease the set point press until the desired value is reached.

3.To confirm the value press .

Programming the controller.

The parameters can be modified using the front keypad.

The operating parameters are divided into two families: Frequent parameters (type “F”) and configuration parameters (type “C”).

Access to the configuration parameters is protected by a password that prevents unwanted modification or access by unauthorised persons.

Accessing the type “F” parameters.

Press for more than 5 seconds (if an alarm is active, the buzzer is muted), the display shows the code of the first modifiable type “F” parameter.

Accessing the type “C” parameters.

1.Press and together for more than 5 seconds; the display will show the number “00”.

2.Press until the display shows “22” ( the code allows access to the parameters)

4

3.Confirm by pressing .

4.The display shows the code of the first modifiable type “C” parameter.

Modifying the parameters.

After having accessed the parameters, either type “C” or type “F”, proceed as follows.

1.Press or until the parameter to be modified is reached, when scrolling through an icon appears on the display indicating the category the parameters belong to.

2.Alternatively, press to display a menu that is used to quickly access the group of parameters to be modified.

3.Scroll through the menu using the or buttons, the display shows the codes of the various categories of the parameters, accompanied by the display of the corresponding icon (if present).

4.Once having reached the desired category, press to move directly to the first parameter in the

category.

 

(If there are no visible parameters in the selected category pressing

will have no effect.)

5.At this point continue to scroll through the parameters until reaching the parameter to be modified, or return

to the “Categories” menu by pressing

for one second.

6.Press to display the associated value.

7.Increase or decrease the value by pressing or buttons respectively, until the desired value has been reached.

8.By pressing this will temporarily save the new value and return to displaying the parameter code.

9.Repeat the operations point 1 or point 2.

10.If the parameter has sub-parameters, press to display the first sub-parameter.

11.

Press

or

to display all of the sub-parameters.

12.

Press

to display the associated value.

13.Increase or decrease the value by pressing or buttons respectively, until the desired value has been reached.

14.By pressing this will temporarily save the new value and return to displaying the sub-parameter code.

15.Press to return to displaying the parent parameter.

Procedure for setting the default parameter values

To set the default parameter setting proceed as follows.

1.Switch the instrument off.

2.Press and hold the button

3.

Whilst holding the

button switch the instrument on again until the message ”_std_” is shown on the

 

display.

 

Note: the standard default values are set for parameters “C” and “F”, on completion it is necessary to change the respective parameters as detailed in the parameter settings table on page 6 and 7.

5

Classification of Parameters

The parameters, as well as being divided into type, are also grouped into logical categories identified by the initial letters or symbols of such parameters. The following table lists the categorise and the corresponding letters.

Parameter

Category

 

 

 

Text

 

 

Icon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

/

 

Temperature probe parameters

 

 

 

‘Pro’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

r

 

Temperature control parameters

 

 

 

‘CtL’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

c

 

Compressor safety time and activation parameters

 

 

 

‘CMP’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

d

 

Defrost parameters

 

 

 

‘dEF’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A

 

Alarm parameters

 

 

 

‘ALM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F

 

Fan parameters

 

 

 

‘Fan’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H Configuration

General configuration parameters (addresses, enabling, etc….)

 

‘CnF’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H HACCP

HACCP parameters

 

 

 

‘HcP’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RTC

 

RTC parameters

 

 

 

‘rtc’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parameter Settings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The highlighted section indicate the Foster settings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No

Code

Parameter

 

Unit of

 

Default

 

FHG2l

FHG3L

 

Measure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

/2

Measurement stability

 

-

 

4

 

4

 

4

2

/3

Probe display reaction

 

-

 

0

 

0

 

0

3

/4

Virtual probe

 

-

 

0

 

0

 

0

4

/5

Select °C or °F

 

flag

 

0

 

0

 

0

5

/6

Decimal point

 

flag

 

0

 

0

 

0

6

/tI

Display on internal terminal

 

-

 

1

 

1

 

1

7

/tE

Display on external terminal

 

-

 

0

 

0

 

0

8

/P

Select type of probe

 

-

 

0

 

0

 

0

9

/A2

Configuration of probe 2

 

-

 

2

 

2

 

2

10

/A3

Configuration of probe 3

 

-

 

0

 

0

 

0

11

/A4

Configuration of probe 4

 

-

 

0

 

0

 

0

12

/C1

Calibration of probe 1

 

°C/°F

 

0.0

 

0.0

 

0.0

13

/C2

Calibration of probe 2

 

°C/°F

 

0.0

 

0.0

 

0.0

14

/C3

Calibration of probe 3

 

°C/°F

 

0.0

 

0.0

 

0.0

15

/C4

Calibration of probe 4

 

°C/°F

 

0.0

 

0.0

 

0.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

St

Temperature set point

 

°C/°F

 

0.0

 

0.0

 

0.0

17

rd

Controller differential

 

°C/°F

 

2.0

 

4.0

 

4.0

18

r1

Minimum SET allowed

 

°C/°F

 

-50

 

-26

 

-26

19

r2

Maximum SET allowed

 

°C/°F

 

60

 

-15

 

-15

20

r3

Operating mode

 

flag

 

0

 

0

 

0

21

r4

Automatic night time set point variation

 

°C/°F

 

3.0

 

3.0

 

3.0

22

r5

Enable temperature monitoring

 

flag

 

0

 

0

 

0

23

rt

Temperature monitoring interval

 

hours

 

-

 

-

 

-

24

rH

Maximum temperature read

 

°C/°F

 

-

 

-

 

-

25

rL

Minimum temperature read

 

°C/°F

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26

c0

Compressor and fan start delay at start up

 

min

 

0

 

0

 

0

27

c1

Minimum time between successive starts

 

min

 

0

 

1

 

1

28

c2

Minimum compressor OFF time

 

min

 

0

 

0

 

0

29

c3

Minimum compressor ON time

 

min

 

0

 

0

 

0

30

c4

Duty Setting

 

min

 

0

 

80

 

80

31

cc

Continuous cycle duration

 

hours

 

0

 

0

 

0

32

c6

Alarm bypass after continuous cycle

 

hours

 

2

 

2

 

2

33

c7

Maximum pump down (PD) time

 

min

 

0

 

0

 

0

34

c8

Compressor start delay after opening PD valve

 

sec

 

5

 

5

 

5

6

35

c9

Enable autostart with PD operation

flag

0

0

0

36

c10

Select Pd by time or pressure

flag

0

0

0

37

c11

Delayed compressor delay

sec

4

4

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38

d0

Type of defrost

flag

0

1

1

39

dI

Interval between defrosts

hours

8

6

6

40

dt1

End defrost temperature, evaporator.

°C/°F

4.0

20.0

20.0

41

dt2

End defrost temperature, aux. evaporator

°C/°F

4.0

4.0

4.0

42

dp1

Maximum defrost duration, evaporator

min

30

20

20

43

dp2

Maximum defrost duration, aux. Evaporator

min

30

30

30

44

d3

Defrost start delay

min

0

0

0

45

d4

Enable defrost at start up

flag

0

0

0

46

d5

Defrost delay at start up

min

0

0

0

47

d6

Display off during defrost

-

1

1

1

48

dd

Dripping time after defrost

min

2

1

1

49

d8

Bypass alarm after defrost

hours

1

1

1

50

d9

Defrost priority over compressor protection

flag

0

0

0

51

d/1

Display defrost probe

°C/°F

-

-

-

52

d/2

Display defrost probe

°C/°F

-

-

-

53

dC

Base time for defrost

flag

0

0

0

54

d10

Compressor running time

hours

0

0

0

55

d11

Running time temperature threshold

°C/°F

1.0

1.0

1.0

56

d12

Advanced defrost

-

0

0

0

57

dn

Nominal defrost time

-

65

65

65

58

dH

Proportional factor for variation in ‘dI’

-

50

50

50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

59

A0

Alarm and fan differential

°C/°F

2.0

4.0

4.0

60

A1

Type of threshold for ‘AL’ and ‘AH’

flag

0

0

0

61

AL

Low temperature alarm threshold

°C/°F

0.0

0.0

0.0

62

AH

High temperature alarm threshold

°C/°F

0.0

0.0

0.0

63

Ad

Low and high temperature alarm delay

min

120

120

120

64

A4

Configuration of digital input 1

-

0

0

0

65

A5

Configuration of digital input 2

-

0

0

0

66

A6

Stop compressor from external alarm

min

0

0

0

67

A7

External alarm detection delay

min

0

0

0

68

A8

Enable alarms ‘Ed1’ and Ed2’

flag

0

0

0

69

Ado

Door switch light management mode

flag

0

0

0

70

Ac

High condenser temperature alarm

°C/°F

70.0

70.0

70.0

71

AE

High condenser alarm temperature differential

°C/°F

5.0

5.0

5.0

72

Acd

High condenser temperature alarm delay

min

0

0

0

73

AF

Off time with light sensor

sec

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

74

F0

Fan management

flag

0

0

0

75

F1

Fan start temperature

°C/°F

5.0

5.0

5.0

76

F2

Fan off with compressor off

flag

1

0

0

77

F3

Fans in defrost

flag

1

1

1

78

Fd

Fans off after dripping

min

1

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

79

H0

Serial address

-

1

30

30

80

H1

Function of relay 4

flag

1

2

2

81

H2

Disable key / infra red

flag

1

1

1

82

H3

Remote control enabling code

-

0

0

0

83

H4

Disable buzzer

flag

0

0

0

84

H5

Function of relay 5

-

3

3

3

85

H6

Lock out buttons

-

0

0

0

86

H7

Select PD by time or pressure

flag

0

0

0

87

HPr

Print profile

-

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The total number of parameters is 105. For ease of set up Foster only use the ones listed. The remaining are not used and adjustment is not recommended.

7

Parameter Definitions

/2 Measurement stability.

Defines the coefficient used to stabilise the temperature reading.

/3

Probe display rate

 

Sets the rate at which the temperature display is updated.

/4

Probe average (Virtual probe)

 

Used to choose whether to control the temperature based solely on the room probe reading, or

 

alternatively whether to refer to the average of the room probe S1 and probe 2(S2, see parameter /A2).

/5

Select °C or °F

 

Defines the unit of measure in degrees centigrade or Fahrenheit.

/6

Decimal point

 

Used to enable or disable the displaying of the temperature with the resolution to the tenth of a degree

 

between –20 and +20.

/tI

Probe displayed by instrument

 

Select the probe to be displayed by the instrument.

 

Warning: Control is always based on the virtual control probe.

/tE

Probe displayed on external terminal

 

Selects the probe to be displayed on the remote terminal.

/P

Select type of probe

 

Used to select the type of probe for temperature measurement.

 

Default. /P = standard NTC probe with range –50 to +90°C.

/A2

Configuration of probe 2

 

Used to configure the operating mode of probe 2.

 

Default: /A2 =2 = Defrost probe.

/A3

Configuration of probe 3

 

Used to configure the operating mode of probe 3.

 

Default: /A3 = 0 = Probe 3 absent.

/A4

Configuration of probe 43

 

Used to configure the operating mode of probe 43.

 

Default: /A4 = 0 = Probe 4 absent.

/C1

Calibration or offset probe 1

/C2

Calibration or offset probe 2

/C3

Calibration or offset probe 3

/C4

Calibration or offset probe 4

 

These parameters are used to correct the temperature by the probes using an offset.

 

Example: To decrease the temperature measured by probe 1 by 2.3 degrees, set /C1 = -2.3.

St

Set point

 

Establishes the controller set point.

 

Default: St = 0.0

rd

Control delta

 

Establishes the value of the differential, or hysteresis, used to control the temperature.

 

Default: rd = 2.0. Foster setting: rd = 4.0

r1

Minimum allowed set point

 

Determine the set point minimum value.

 

Default: r1 = -50. Foster setting: r1 = -26.

r2

Maximum allowed set point.

 

Determine the set point maximum value.

 

Default: r2 = +60. Foster setting: r2= -15.

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r3 Operating mode

The controller can work as a thermostat and defrost controller (r3 = 0), or as a simple thermostat in direct operation (r3 = 1), or as a simple thermostat in Reversecycle operation (r3 = 2).

Default setting: r3 = 0.

r4

Automatic variation of the set point in night time operation.

 

Default: 3.0. Not used by Foster

r5

Enables minimum and maximum temperature monitoring.

rt

Effective interval for monitoring the maximum and minimum temperature.

rH

Maximum temperature measured in the interval rt.

rL

Minimum temperature measured in the interval rt.

 

These parameters are used for recording the temperature. Not used by Foster.

c0

Compressor and fan start delay (if fan relay present) on start up.

 

When the controller is switched on the compressor and evaporator fans start after a delay (in minutes)

 

equal to the value set for this parameter.

 

Default: c0 = 0.

c1

Minimum time between two successive starts of the compressor.

 

Sets the minimum time (in minutes) that must elapse between two starts of the compressor irrespective of

 

the temperature and the set point. Setting this parameter limits the number of starts per hour.

 

Default: c1 = 0. Foster setting c1 = 1.

c2

Minimum compressor OFF time.

 

Sets the minimum time (in minutes) that the compressor must remain OFF. The compressor is not started

 

again until the minimum time selected (c2) has elapsed from when it last stopped.

 

Default: c2 = 0. No minimum OFF time is set.

c3

Minimum compressor ON time.

 

Sets the minimum running time for the compressor.

 

Default: c3 = 0. No minimum running time selected.

c4

Duty setting

 

If the virtual control probe fault alarm occurs (indicating a probe fault) the compressor unable to operate

 

based on temperature will run on a timed bases equal to the value set in c4 with a fixed OFF time of 15

 

minutes.

 

Default: c4 = 0 minutes. Foster setting c4 = 80 minutes.

ccContinuous cycle duration.

The time (in hours) that the compressor operates continuously to lower the temperature, even below the set point

Default: cc = 0 = the continuous cycle is disabled.

c6 Alarm bypass after continuous cycle.

The time in hours that the temperature alarm is deactivated after a continuous cycle. Default: c6 =2 hours.

c7 Maximum pump down time.

Not used by Foster.

c8 Compressor start delay after opening PD valve.

Not used by Foster. Default: c8 = 5

c9 Enable autostart function with PD operation.

Not used by Foster Default: c9 = 0

c10 Select pump down by pressure or time.

Not used by Foster Default: c10 = 0

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c11

Delayed compressor delay

 

Not used by Foster

 

Default: c11 = 4

d0

Type of Defrost

 

Sets the type of defrost required.

 

Default: d0 = 0. Foster setting d0 = 1. Hot gas defrost terminated by evaporator probe or in the event of

 

probe failure by time (see dP1).

dI

Interval between defrosts.

 

The defrosts are performed periodically at an interval equal to the value of ‘dI’ in hours.

 

The interval is cyclical and is maintained if the controller is turned OFF, when the controller is turned back

 

ON a defrost will occur if the interval was exceeded.

 

Default: dI = 8. Foster setting dI = 6.

dt1

End defrost temperature, evaporator probe.

 

The evaporator probe termination temperature, in the event of a probe failure the defrost will be terminated

 

by time (see dP1).

 

Default dt1 = 4.0. Foster setting dt1 = 20.0.

dt2

End defrost temperature, auxiliary evaporator.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: dt2 = 4.0.

dP1

Maximum defrost duration, Evaporator.

 

Maximum time, in minutes, for defrost in the event of evaporator probe failure.

 

Default: dP1 = 30. Foster setting dP1 = 20.

dP2

Maximum defrost duration, auxiliary evaporator.

 

Not used by Foster

 

Default: dP2 = 30.

d3

Defrost start delay

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: d3 = 0.

d4

Enable defrost at start up.

 

Activates a defrost when the defrost is switched on.

 

0 = no defrost performed when the instrument is switched on

 

Default: d4 = 0.

d5

Defrost delay at start up.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: d5 = 0.

d6

Display during defrost.

 

1 = The last temperature read prior to the start of the defrost remains on the display. The display returns to

displaying the temperature when the set point is achieved. Default: d6 = 1.

ddDripping time after defrost.

The time, in minutes, that the evaporator fans are delayed after defrost to allow for the evaporator to drip. Default: d6 = 2. Foster setting d6 = 1.

d8 Bypass alarms after defrost.

The time, in hours, that the high temperature alarms is disabled for after the end of the defrost cycle Default: d8 = 1.

d9 Defrost priority over compressor protection.

Not used by Foster Default: d9 = 0

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d/1

Display defrost probe.

 

 

Displays the value measured by the defrost probe.

 

Once d/1 has been selected press the

button to display the temperature measured by the defrost

 

probe.

 

d/2

Display defrost probe 2 reading.

 

Not used by Foster.

dC

Base time for defrost.

 

Not used by Foster

 

Default: dC = 0.

d10

Compressor running time.

 

Not used by Foster

 

Default: d10 = 0.

d11

Running time temperature threshold.

 

Not used by Foster

 

Default: d11 = 1.0.

d12

Advanced defrost.

 

Not used by Foster

 

Default: d12 = 0.

dn

Nominal defrost time.

 

Indicates the average duration of the defrost in normal operating conditions expressed as a percentage in

 

accordance with dP1.

 

Default: dn = 65. Example dn at 65% of dP1 20 minutes = 13 minutes nominal defrost duration.

dH

Proportional factor for variation in ‘dI’.

 

Default: dH = 50.

A0

Alarm and fan differential.

 

Default: A0 = 2.0. Foster setting A0 = 4.0.

A1

Type of threshold for ‘AL’ and ‘AH’.

 

Used to select if the values of parameters ‘AL and ‘AH’ are absolute threshold or relative to the value of the

 

set point.

 

Default: A1 = 0 = ‘AL’ and ‘AH’ are relative thresholds.

AL

Low temperature alarm threshold.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: AL = 0 = alarm disabled.

AH

High temperature alarm threshold.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: AH = 0 = alarm disabled.

Ad

Low and high temperature alarm delay.

 

Indicates the time in minutes that the alarm from when the alarm was signalled.

 

Default: Ad = 120.

A4

Configuration of digital input 1.

 

Not used by foster.

 

Default: A4 = 0.

A5

Configuration of digital input 2.

 

Not used by foster.

 

Default: A5 = 0.

A6

Stop compressor from external alarm.

 

Not used by Foster

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Default: A6 = 0.

A7

External alarm detection delay.

 

Not used by foster

 

Default: A7 = 0.

A8

Enables alarm ‘Ed1’ and ‘Ed2’.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: A8 = 0 = alarms ‘Ed1’ and ‘Ed2’ disabled.

Ado

Door switch light management mode.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: Ado = 0.

Ac

High condenser temperature alarm.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: Ac = 70.0.

AE

High condenser alarm temperature differential.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: AE = 5.0.

Acd

High Condenser temperature alarm delay.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: Acd = 0.

AF

Off time with light sensor.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: AF = 0.

F0

Fan management.

 

F0 = Fan runs all of the time, for fans during defrost see ‘F3’.

 

Default: F0 = 0.

F1

Fan start temperature.

 

Used in conjunction with ‘F0’ when ‘F0’ = 1.

 

Default: F0 = 5.0. Fans remain ON while the evaporator is 5 degrees colder than the room temperature.

F2

Fans off with compressor off.

 

Used in conjunction with ‘F0’.

 

Default: F2 = 1. Foster setting F2 = 0 fans are always ON (F0 =0).

F3

Fans in defrost.

 

Used to determine if the fans operate or not during defrost.

 

Default: F3 = 1. Fans do not operate during defrost.

Fd

Fans off after dripping.

 

Fans can be stopped for a further period, in minutes, after defrost beyond what has been set in ‘dd’.

 

Default: Fd = 1 = 1 additional minute dripping time.

H0

Serial address.

 

Used to assign an address to the instrument so that it responds to when connected to a supervisory or

 

telemaintenance system.

 

Default: H0 = 1. Foster setting H0 = 30.

H1

Function of relay 4.

 

Auxiliary output used to power the doorframe lighting and frame heater.

 

Default: H1 = 1. Foster setting H1 = 2.

H2

Disable keypad / infra red.

 

Can be used to inhibit some functions relating to the use of the keypad.

 

Default: H2 = 1 = all enabled.

H3

Remote control enabling code.

 

Assigns an access code to the remote control if fitted.

 

Not used by Foster.

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Default: H3 = 0.

H4

Disable buzzer.

 

H4 = 0 buzzer enabled. H4 = 1 buzzer disabled.

 

Default: H4 = 0.

H5

Function of relay 5.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: H5 = 3.

H6

Lock out Buttons.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: H6 = 0.

H7

Select Keypad.

 

Used to select the type of keypad on the controller.

 

Default: H7 = 0. Use the standard controller.

HPr

Print Profile.

 

Not used by Foster.

 

Default: HPr = 0 = printing report disabled.

Note: Although there are further parameters in the controller these are not used by Foster and should be left with the standard default settings.

Spare Parts List

Item

Description

Part Number

FHG2L

FHG3L

Compressor

Scroll Compressor FL200DL 400/3/50

00-555449

X

 

Used up to August 2004

 

 

 

 

 

Compressor

Scroll Compressor DS183651 230/1/50

00-555450

X

 

Used from August 2004

 

 

 

 

 

Compressor

Scroll Compressor FL300DL 400/3/50

00-555451

 

X

Condenser coil

Condenser Set LUVE STVF370

00-555448

X

 

Cond Fan Motor

MOTOR 11W/S

16240058

X

 

Cond Fan Blade

Blade 254-26-5A

16240059

X

 

Cond Fan Shroud

SHROUD CF-27

16240060

X

 

Condenser coil

Condenser Coil BC6013/115

00-555474

 

X

Condenser Fan Motor

5136 Grid Mount 16W

15470027

 

X

Drier

DML 053S

00-555389

X

X

Liquid Receiver

VLR 122637 3/8 Sweat

15482010

X

X

HP Switch

Set at 28 BAR

00-555386

X

X

LP Switch

Set at 4PSI

00-555387

X

X

Sight Glass

3/8" SGN-105

15483015

X

X

Solenoid Valve

EVR6 32F1212

15451215

X

X

Vaporiser Tray Heater

Copper Coil

TBA

 

 

Vaporiser Tray

Container White Part 758 140 81 Fish

00-554948

X

X

Defrost Klixon

Thermal Cutout 1/2" Autoreset

15243602

X

X

Defrost Heaters

Heater Rod PGC 94 (2 off per coil)

15843181

X

X

Evaporator Coil

BC6013/114 FHG2L

00-555475

X

 

Evaporator Coil

BC6013/114 FHG3L

00-555476

 

X

Fan Motor

5133 Ring 10W 200mm

00-599687

X

X

Expansion Valve Body

TES2-NL68Z34300/68

15450386

X

X

Expansion Valve

Valve Exp Solder Adaptor 68-2

15450910

X

X

Orifice

NO 03 68-209300/68-20

15451105

 

X

Orifice

NO 02 68-2092/68-2072

15451104

X

 

Control Panel

FHG2L Three Phase Complete

01-233868-01

X

 

Control Panel

FHG2L Single Phase Complete

01-233867-01

X

 

Control Panel

FHG3L Three Phase Complete

01-233869-01

 

X

Controller

Carel PB00F0HA10

16240051

X

X

Interface

RS 482 IROPZ48500

16240053

X

X

Probes

NTC 030WP00 IP68 3 metre

16240052

X

X

Isolator

KG10BT214/04E 20AMP 4 pole

16240211

X

X

16 AMP Contactor

KN S1010-C240- 300

15841105

 

X

R1/ R2 Relay

Omron G7L-1A-T 30Amp 1 Pole

15490420

X

X

13

MCB

Siemens 5SY6316 –8 TP 16 Amp 3 Pole

16240209

X

X

Wiring diagrams

The drawings numbers for the display cases are as follows:

FHG2L - 2 door unit single phase

00-233867-02

FHG2L - 2 door unit three phase

00-233868-02

FHG3L - 3 door unit three phase

00-233869-02

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15

FHG2L - 2 door unit single phase

00-233867-02

FHG2L - 2 door unit three phase

00-233868-02

FHG3L - 3 door unit three phase

00-233869-02

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Foster European Operations

France

Foster Refrigerator France SA

Tel: (33) 01 34 30 22 22. Fax: (33) 01 30 37 68 74. Email: commercial@fosterfrance.com

Germany

Foster Refrigerator Gmbh,

Tel: (49) 2333 839375. Fax (49) 2333 839377. Email: info@foster-gmbh.de

Foster Refrigerator

Oldmedow Road

Kings Lynn

Norfolk

PE30 4JU

Tel: 01553 691122

Fax: 01553 691447

Website: www.fosterrefrigerator.co.uk

Email: sales@foster-uk.com

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