Specifications Table for EWYQ-G-XS

EWYQ075G-XS EWYQ085G-XS EWYQ100G-XS EWYQ110G-XS EWYQ120G-XS EWYQ140G-XS EWYQ160G-XS
Cooling capacity Nom. kW 77.8 (1) 88.1 (1) 101 (1) 117 (1) 127 (1) 147 (1) 165 (1)
Heating capacity Nom. kW 82.2 (2) 91.2 (2) 110 (2) 127 (2) 138 (2) 156 (2) 170 (2)
Capacity control Method   Step Step Step Step Step Step Step
  Minimum capacity % 50 44 50 44 50 43 50
Power input Cooling Nom. kW 27.0 (1) 31.5 (1) 36.0 (1) 39.5 (1) 44.7 (1) 50.2 (1) 57.8 (1)
  Heating Nom. kW 26 (2) 29 (2) 34 (2) 39 (2) 43 (2) 50 (2) 54 (2)
EER 2.88 (1) 2.80 (1) 2.81 (1) 2.97 (1) 2.84 (1) 2.92 (1) 2.85 (1)
COP 3.14 (2) 3.12 (2) 3.24 (2) 3.25 (2) 3.20 (2) 3.11 (2) 3.13 (2)
ESEER 3.90 3.94 3.97 4.03 3.92 3.96 3.96
Dimensions Unit Depth mm 2,826 2,826 2,826 3,426 3,426 4,026 4,026
    Height mm 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800
    Width mm 1,195 1,195 1,195 1,195 1,195 1,195 1,195
Weight Operation weight kg 858 921 1,088 1,194 1,224 1,344 1,411
  Unit kg 850 912 1,077 1,183 1,213 1,333 1,394
Water heat exchanger Type   Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate Brazed plate
  Water volume l 8.10 9.40 10.8 10.8 10.8 10.8 16.7
Air heat exchanger Type   High efficiency fin and tube type High efficiency fin and tube type High efficiency fin and tube type High efficiency fin and tube type High efficiency fin and tube type High efficiency fin and tube type High efficiency fin and tube type
Fan Air flow rate Nom. l/s 10,042 10,042 9,861 13,148 13,148 16,435 16,435
  Speed rpm 1,360 1,360 1,360 1,360 1,360 1,360 1,360
Compressor Quantity   2 2 2 2 2 2 2
  Type   Scroll compressor Scroll compressor Scroll compressor Scroll compressor Scroll compressor Scroll compressor Scroll compressor
  Starting method   Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line
Sound power level Cooling Nom. dBA 84 85 87 89 89 89 89
Sound pressure level Cooling Nom. dBA 66 68 70 71 71 71 71
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 1 1 1
Charge Per circuit kg 17.0 17.7 23.5 29.4 28.3 32.0 34.9
  Per circuit TCO2Eq 35.5 36.9 49.1 61.4 59.1 66.8 72.9
Power supply Phase   3~ 3~ 3~ 3~ 3~ 3~ 3~
  Frequency Hz 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
  Voltage V 400 400 400 400 400 400 400
Compressor Starting method   Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line Direct on line
Notes (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C; full load operation. (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C; full load operation. (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C; full load operation. (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C; full load operation. (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C; full load operation. (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C; full load operation. (1) - Cooling: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C; full load operation.
  (2) - Heating capacity, unit power input and COP are based on the following conditions: ambient 7°C; condenser 40.0/45.0°C, unit at full load operation (2) - Heating capacity, unit power input and COP are based on the following conditions: ambient 7°C; condenser 40.0/45.0°C, unit at full load operation (2) - Heating capacity, unit power input and COP are based on the following conditions: ambient 7°C; condenser 40.0/45.0°C, unit at full load operation (2) - Heating capacity, unit power input and COP are based on the following conditions: ambient 7°C; condenser 40.0/45.0°C, unit at full load operation (2) - Heating capacity, unit power input and COP are based on the following conditions: ambient 7°C; condenser 40.0/45.0°C, unit at full load operation (2) - Heating capacity, unit power input and COP are based on the following conditions: ambient 7°C; condenser 40.0/45.0°C, unit at full load operation (2) - Heating capacity, unit power input and COP are based on the following conditions: ambient 7°C; condenser 40.0/45.0°C, unit at full load operation
  (3) - SCOP is based on the following conditions:Tbivalent -3°C, Tdesign -10°C, Average ambient conditions, Ref. EN14825 (3) - SCOP is based on the following conditions:Tbivalent -3°C, Tdesign -10°C, Average ambient conditions, Ref. EN14825 (3) - SCOP is based on the following conditions:Tbivalent -3°C, Tdesign -10°C, Average ambient conditions, Ref. EN14825 (3) - SCOP is based on the following conditions:Tbivalent -3°C, Tdesign -10°C, Average ambient conditions, Ref. EN14825 (3) - SCOP is based on the following conditions:Tbivalent -3°C, Tdesign -10°C, Average ambient conditions, Ref. EN14825 (3) - SCOP is based on the following conditions:Tbivalent -3°C, Tdesign -10°C, Average ambient conditions, Ref. EN14825 (3) - SCOP is based on the following conditions:Tbivalent -3°C, Tdesign -10°C, Average ambient conditions, Ref. EN14825
  (4) - Sound power level (at standard conditions) is measured in accordance with ISO9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units (4) - Sound power level (at standard conditions) is measured in accordance with ISO9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units (4) - Sound power level (at standard conditions) is measured in accordance with ISO9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units (4) - Sound power level (at standard conditions) is measured in accordance with ISO9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units (4) - Sound power level (at standard conditions) is measured in accordance with ISO9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units (4) - Sound power level (at standard conditions) is measured in accordance with ISO9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units (4) - Sound power level (at standard conditions) is measured in accordance with ISO9614 and Eurovent 8/1 for Eurovent certified units
  (5) - Fluid: Water (5) - Fluid: Water (5) - Fluid: Water (5) - Fluid: Water (5) - Fluid: Water (5) - Fluid: Water (5) - Fluid: Water
  (6) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (6) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (6) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (6) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (6) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (6) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS). (6) - For more details on the operating limits please refer to the Chiller Selection Software (CSS).
  (7) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (7) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (7) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (7) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (7) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (7) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels. (7) - Equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases. Actual refrigerant charge depends on the final unit construction, details can be found on the unit labels.
  (8) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (8) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (8) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (8) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (8) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (8) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%. (8) - Allowed voltage tolerance ± 10%. Voltage unbalance between phases must be within ± 3%.
  (9) - Maximum starting current: starting current of biggest compressor + current of the other compressors at maximum load + fans current at maximum load. In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (9) - Maximum starting current: starting current of biggest compressor + current of the other compressors at maximum load + fans current at maximum load. In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (9) - Maximum starting current: starting current of biggest compressor + current of the other compressors at maximum load + fans current at maximum load. In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (9) - Maximum starting current: starting current of biggest compressor + current of the other compressors at maximum load + fans current at maximum load. In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (9) - Maximum starting current: starting current of biggest compressor + current of the other compressors at maximum load + fans current at maximum load. In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (9) - Maximum starting current: starting current of biggest compressor + current of the other compressors at maximum load + fans current at maximum load. In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced. (9) - Maximum starting current: starting current of biggest compressor + current of the other compressors at maximum load + fans current at maximum load. In case of inverter driven units, no inrush current at start up is experienced.
  (10) - Nominal current in cooling mode: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C. Compressor + fans current. (10) - Nominal current in cooling mode: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C. Compressor + fans current. (10) - Nominal current in cooling mode: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C. Compressor + fans current. (10) - Nominal current in cooling mode: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C. Compressor + fans current. (10) - Nominal current in cooling mode: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C. Compressor + fans current. (10) - Nominal current in cooling mode: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C. Compressor + fans current. (10) - Nominal current in cooling mode: entering evaporator water temp. 12°C; leaving evaporator water temp. 7°C; ambient air temp. 35°C. Compressor + fans current.
  (11) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope and max fans absorbed current (11) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope and max fans absorbed current (11) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope and max fans absorbed current (11) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope and max fans absorbed current (11) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope and max fans absorbed current (11) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope and max fans absorbed current (11) - Maximum running current is based on max compressor absorbed current in its envelope and max fans absorbed current
  (12) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (12) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (12) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (12) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (12) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (12) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage. (12) - Maximum unit current for wires sizing is based on minimum allowed voltage.
  (13) - Maximum current for wires sizing: (compressors full load ampere + fans current) x 1.1 (13) - Maximum current for wires sizing: (compressors full load ampere + fans current) x 1.1 (13) - Maximum current for wires sizing: (compressors full load ampere + fans current) x 1.1 (13) - Maximum current for wires sizing: (compressors full load ampere + fans current) x 1.1 (13) - Maximum current for wires sizing: (compressors full load ampere + fans current) x 1.1 (13) - Maximum current for wires sizing: (compressors full load ampere + fans current) x 1.1 (13) - Maximum current for wires sizing: (compressors full load ampere + fans current) x 1.1
  (14) - The sound pressure level is calculated from the sound power level and is for information only and not considered binding (14) - The sound pressure level is calculated from the sound power level and is for information only and not considered binding (14) - The sound pressure level is calculated from the sound power level and is for information only and not considered binding (14) - The sound pressure level is calculated from the sound power level and is for information only and not considered binding (14) - The sound pressure level is calculated from the sound power level and is for information only and not considered binding (14) - The sound pressure level is calculated from the sound power level and is for information only and not considered binding (14) - The sound pressure level is calculated from the sound power level and is for information only and not considered binding
  (15) - Sound power level (referred to evaporator 12/7°C, ambient 35°C full load operation) are measured in accordance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 (15) - Sound power level (referred to evaporator 12/7°C, ambient 35°C full load operation) are measured in accordance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 (15) - Sound power level (referred to evaporator 12/7°C, ambient 35°C full load operation) are measured in accordance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 (15) - Sound power level (referred to evaporator 12/7°C, ambient 35°C full load operation) are measured in accordance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 (15) - Sound power level (referred to evaporator 12/7°C, ambient 35°C full load operation) are measured in accordance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 (15) - Sound power level (referred to evaporator 12/7°C, ambient 35°C full load operation) are measured in accordance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1 (15) - Sound power level (referred to evaporator 12/7°C, ambient 35°C full load operation) are measured in accordance with ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1
  (16) - Unit performances refer to ideal running conditions that are reproducible in laboratory test environment in accordance to recognized industry standards (i.e. EN14511) (16) - Unit performances refer to ideal running conditions that are reproducible in laboratory test environment in accordance to recognized industry standards (i.e. EN14511) (16) - Unit performances refer to ideal running conditions that are reproducible in laboratory test environment in accordance to recognized industry standards (i.e. EN14511) (16) - Unit performances refer to ideal running conditions that are reproducible in laboratory test environment in accordance to recognized industry standards (i.e. EN14511) (16) - Unit performances refer to ideal running conditions that are reproducible in laboratory test environment in accordance to recognized industry standards (i.e. EN14511) (16) - Unit performances refer to ideal running conditions that are reproducible in laboratory test environment in accordance to recognized industry standards (i.e. EN14511) (16) - Unit performances refer to ideal running conditions that are reproducible in laboratory test environment in accordance to recognized industry standards (i.e. EN14511)
  (17) - Weight and dimensions are indicative, for specific values refer to certified drawings issued by the factory (17) - Weight and dimensions are indicative, for specific values refer to certified drawings issued by the factory (17) - Weight and dimensions are indicative, for specific values refer to certified drawings issued by the factory (17) - Weight and dimensions are indicative, for specific values refer to certified drawings issued by the factory (17) - Weight and dimensions are indicative, for specific values refer to certified drawings issued by the factory (17) - Weight and dimensions are indicative, for specific values refer to certified drawings issued by the factory (17) - Weight and dimensions are indicative, for specific values refer to certified drawings issued by the factory
  (18) - For specific information about additional options refer to the options section in the data book (18) - For specific information about additional options refer to the options section in the data book (18) - For specific information about additional options refer to the options section in the data book (18) - For specific information about additional options refer to the options section in the data book (18) - For specific information about additional options refer to the options section in the data book (18) - For specific information about additional options refer to the options section in the data book (18) - For specific information about additional options refer to the options section in the data book