Specifications Table for EWWD-VZPS

EWWD505VZPSA1 EWWD715VZPSA1 EWWD910VZPSA1 EWWDC12VZPSA2 EWWDC16VZPSA2 EWWDC18VZPSA2
Cooling capacity Nom. kW 505 718 908 1,201 1,604 1,757
Capacity control Method   Variable Variable Variable Variable Variable Variable
  Minimum capacity % 20 20 20 10 10 10
Power input Cooling Nom. kW 85.1 124 153 218 291 326
EER 5.93 5.77 5.91 5.49 5.5 5.39
ESEER 8.15 8.48 8.25 8.66 8.53 8.71
Dimensions Unit Depth mm 3,750 3,822 3,822 4,508 4,750 4,874
    Height mm 2,108 2,430 2,487 2,302 2,500 2,493
    Width mm 1,179 1,287 1,303 1,579 1,610 1,769
Weight Unit kg 3,247 4,082 4,346 6,310 7,530 8,250
  Operation weight kg 3,375 4,349 4,660 6,900 8,300 9,200
Water heat exchanger - evaporator Type   Flooded shell and tube Flooded shell and tube Flooded shell and tube Flooded shell and tube Flooded shell and tube Flooded shell and tube
  Water volume l 96 168 199 320 380 480
Water heat exchanger - condenser Type   Shell and tube Shell and tube Shell and tube Shell and tube Shell and tube Shell and tube
Compressor Type   Driven vapour compressor Driven vapour compressor Driven vapour compressor Driven vapour compressor Driven vapour compressor Driven vapour compressor
  Quantity   1 1 1 2 2 2
Sound power level Cooling Nom. dBA 99 105 105 106 107 109
Sound pressure level Cooling Nom. dBA 80 86 86 87 88 89
Refrigerant Type   R-134a R-134a R-134a R-134a R-134a R-134a
  Charge kg 100 150 180 290 320 350
  Circuits Quantity   1 1 1 2 2 2
  GWP   1,430 1,430 1,430 1,430 1,430 1,430
Power supply Phase   3~ 3~ 3~ 3~ 3~ 3~
  Frequency Hz 50 50 50 50 50 50
  Voltage V 400 400 400 400 400 400
Notes (1) - All the performances (Cooling capacity, unit power input in cooling and EER) are based on the following conditions: evaporator 12.0/7.0°C; condenser 30/35.0°C, unit at full load operation, operating fluid: water, fouling factor = 0 (1) - All the performances (Cooling capacity, unit power input in cooling and EER) are based on the following conditions: evaporator 12.0/7.0°C; condenser 30/35.0°C, unit at full load operation, operating fluid: water, fouling factor = 0 (1) - All the performances (Cooling capacity, unit power input in cooling and EER) are based on the following conditions: evaporator 12.0/7.0°C; condenser 30/35.0°C, unit at full load operation, operating fluid: water, fouling factor = 0 (1) - All the performances (Cooling capacity, unit power input in cooling and EER) are based on the following conditions: evaporator 12.0/7.0°C; condenser 30/35.0°C, unit at full load operation, operating fluid: water, fouling factor = 0 (1) - All the performances (Cooling capacity, unit power input in cooling and EER) are based on the following conditions: evaporator 12.0/7.0°C; condenser 30/35.0°C, unit at full load operation, operating fluid: water, fouling factor = 0 (1) - All the performances (Cooling capacity, unit power input in cooling and EER) are based on the following conditions: evaporator 12.0/7.0°C; condenser 30/35.0°C, unit at full load operation, operating fluid: water, fouling factor = 0
  (2) - Sound level data are measured at entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; entering condenser water temp. 30°C; leaving condenser water temp. 35°C; full load operation; standard: ISO3744 (2) - Sound level data are measured at entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; entering condenser water temp. 30°C; leaving condenser water temp. 35°C; full load operation; standard: ISO3744 (2) - Sound level data are measured at entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; entering condenser water temp. 30°C; leaving condenser water temp. 35°C; full load operation; standard: ISO3744 (2) - Sound level data are measured at entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; entering condenser water temp. 30°C; leaving condenser water temp. 35°C; full load operation; standard: ISO3744 (2) - Sound level data are measured at entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; entering condenser water temp. 30°C; leaving condenser water temp. 35°C; full load operation; standard: ISO3744 (2) - Sound level data are measured at entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; entering condenser water temp. 30°C; leaving condenser water temp. 35°C; full load operation; standard: ISO3744
  (3) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (3) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (3) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (3) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (3) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (3) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%.
  (4) - Nominal running current in cooling mode is referred to the following conditions: evaporator 12°C/7°C; condenser 30°C/35°C (4) - Nominal running current in cooling mode is referred to the following conditions: evaporator 12°C/7°C; condenser 30°C/35°C (4) - Nominal running current in cooling mode is referred to the following conditions: evaporator 12°C/7°C; condenser 30°C/35°C (4) - Nominal running current in cooling mode is referred to the following conditions: evaporator 12°C/7°C; condenser 30°C/35°C (4) - Nominal running current in cooling mode is referred to the following conditions: evaporator 12°C/7°C; condenser 30°C/35°C (4) - Nominal running current in cooling mode is referred to the following conditions: evaporator 12°C/7°C; condenser 30°C/35°C
  (5) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope (5) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope (5) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope (5) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope (5) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope (5) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope
  (6) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (6) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (6) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (6) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (6) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (6) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage.
  (7) - Maximum current for wires sizing: compressor full load ampere x 1.1 (7) - Maximum current for wires sizing: compressor full load ampere x 1.1 (7) - Maximum current for wires sizing: compressor full load ampere x 1.1 (7) - Maximum current for wires sizing: compressor full load ampere x 1.1 (7) - Maximum current for wires sizing: compressor full load ampere x 1.1 (7) - Maximum current for wires sizing: compressor full load ampere x 1.1
  (8) - All data refers to the standard unit without options. (8) - All data refers to the standard unit without options. (8) - All data refers to the standard unit without options. (8) - All data refers to the standard unit without options. (8) - All data refers to the standard unit without options. (8) - All data refers to the standard unit without options.
  (9) - All data are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the unit nameplate data. (9) - All data are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the unit nameplate data. (9) - All data are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the unit nameplate data. (9) - All data are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the unit nameplate data. (9) - All data are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the unit nameplate data. (9) - All data are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the unit nameplate data.
  (10) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (10) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (10) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (10) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (10) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (10) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS).
  (11) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (11) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (11) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (11) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (11) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (11) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels.
  (12) - In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (12) - In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (12) - In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (12) - In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (12) - In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (12) - In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced.