Specifications Table for EWAQ-CWH

EWAQ016CAWH EWAQ021CAWH EWAQ025CAWH EWAQ032CAWH EWAQ040CAWH EWAQ050CAWH EWAQ064CAWH
Cooling capacity Nom. kW 17.0 (1) 21.2 (1) 25.5 (1) 31.8 (1) 42.3 (1) 50.7 (1) 63.3 (1)
Capacity control Method   Inverter controlled Inverter controlled Inverter controlled Inverter controlled Inverter controlled Inverter controlled Inverter controlled
  Minimum capacity % 25 25 25 25 25 25 25
Power input Cooling Nom. kW 5.81 (1) 7.47 (1) 9.45 (1) 12.7 (1) 15.1 (1) 19.0 (1) 25.5 (1)
EER 2.93 2.84 2.70 2.50 2.80 2.67 2.48
ESEER 4.69 4.58 4.47 4.06 4.27 4.26 3.98
Dimensions Unit Depth mm 774 774 774 774 780 780 780
    Height mm 1,684 1,684 1,684 1,684 1,684 1,684 1,684
    Width mm 1,370 1,370 1,370 1,680 2,360 2,360 2,980
Weight Unit kg 283 336 336 417 612 612 774
Water heat exchanger Type   Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate
  Water flow rate Min. l/min 23 23 23 36 46 46 72
  Water volume l 3 3 3 5 6 6 9
Air heat exchanger Type   Air cooled coil Air cooled coil Air cooled coil Air cooled coil Air cooled coil Air cooled coil Air cooled coil
Fan Air flow rate Cooling Nom. m³/min 171 185 185 233 370 370 466
  External static pressure Max. Pa 78 78 78 78 78 78 78
Compressor Quantity   1 2 2 3 4 4 6
  Type   Hermetically sealed scroll compressor Hermetically sealed scroll compressor Hermetically sealed scroll compressor Hermetically sealed scroll compressor Hermetically sealed scroll compressor Hermetically sealed scroll compressor Hermetically sealed scroll compressor
Operation range Air side Cooling Max. °CDB 43 43 43 43 43 43 43
      Min. °CDB -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5
  Water side Cooling Max. °CDB 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
      Min. °CDB -10 (3) -10 (3) -10 (3) -10 (3) -10 (3) -10 (3) -10 (3)
Sound power level Cooling Nom. dBA 78 78 78 80 81 81 83
Refrigerant Type   R-410A R-410A R-410A R-410A R-410A R-410A R-410A
  GWP   2,087.5 2,087.5 2,087.5 2,087.5 2,087.5 2,087.5 2,087.5
  Circuits Quantity   1 1 1 1 2 2 2
  Control   Electronic expansion valve Electronic expansion valve Electronic expansion valve Electronic expansion valve Electronic expansion valve Electronic expansion valve Electronic expansion valve
Charge Per circuit kg 7.60 7.60 7.60 9.60 7.60 7.60 9.60
  Per circuit TCO2Eq 15.9 15.9 15.9 20.0 15.9 15.9 20.0
Water circuit Air purge valve   Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Drain valve / fill valve   Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Piping inch 1-1/4" 1-1/4" 1-1/4" 1-1/4" 1-1/2" 1-1/2" 1-1/2"
  Piping connections diameter inch 1-1/4" (female) 1-1/4" (female) 1-1/4" (female) 1-1/4" (female) 2" (female) 2" (female) 2" (female)
  Safety valve bar 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
  Shut off valve   Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Total water volume l 4.2 (6) 4.2 (6) 4.2 (6) 5.8 (6) 7.9 (6) 7.9 (6) 11.0 (6)
Power supply Name   W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1
  Phase   3N~ 3N~ 3N~ 3N~ 3N~ 3N~ 3N~
  Frequency Hz 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
  Voltage V 400 400 400 400 400 400 400
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 (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 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C) (2) - Condition: Ta 35°C - LWE 7°C ( DT = 5°C)
  (3) - 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) (3) - 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) (3) - 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) (3) - 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) (3) - 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) (3) - 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) (3) - 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) - 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. (4) - 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. (4) - 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. (4) - 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. (4) - 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. (4) - 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. (4) - 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) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (5) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (5) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (5) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (5) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (5) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop. (5) - This is PD between inlet & outlet connections of unit. It includes the water side heat exchanger pressure drop.
  (6) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (6) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (6) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (6) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (6) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (6) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel (6) - Including piping + PHE; excluding expansion vessel
  (7) - No peak current because of inverter compressor (7) - No peak current because of inverter compressor (7) - No peak current because of inverter compressor (7) - No peak current because of inverter compressor (7) - No peak current because of inverter compressor (7) - No peak current because of inverter compressor (7) - No peak current because of inverter compressor