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Midea M-Thermal Arctic Split MHA-V10W/D2N8-B / HB-A100/CD30GN8-B Heat Pump

Midea M-Thermal Arctic Split MHA-V10W/D2N8-B + HB-A100/CD30GN8-B Heat Pump

  • Type: Heat Pump;
  • Technology: Inverter Heat Pump;
  • Energy Class: А+++/A++;
  • Cooling EER: 4.80;
  • Heating COP: 5.00;
  • Warranty: 36 months.

    Multiple functions

    DHW Operation Priority

    AUTO Mode

    Desinfection Mode *

    Eco Mode

    Preset Water Temperature

    Fast DHW

    Daily Schedule

    Weekly Schedule

    * When an immersion heater is available in the boiler, the disinfection temperature can reach 70℃.

    High reliability

    Wide Operation Range

    • For Mono 4~16kW and Split models, the ambient temperature range for cooling mode is -5°C~43°C.
    • For Mono 18~30kW models, the leaving water setting temperature range for heating mode is 25℃~60℃.

    Preheating and Drying up the Floor

    Before floor heating, if a large amount of water remains on the floor, the floor may be warped or even ruptured during floor heating operation. Midea provides drying mode which is used after the initial installation of floor loops and preheating mode for the first heating during seasonal heating in order to protect the floor. During the process, the water temperature would be increased gradually.

    Power Limitation Function

    Power limitation function makes the machine suitable for a variety of current supplies. There are 8 configurations for user to choose according to the maximum allowable access current. Only easy setting on the wired controller is needed, the units can suit more application.

    Holiday Away

    Holiday away function is a mode for improving system reliability and saving energy. Unit operates in heating mode and/or DHW mode with low water temperature to prevent water from freezing in the winter during holidays. The user can pre-set, the disinfection mode before returning home to make sure that germ free water is available to be used when he returns.

    Smart Control

    Weather Temperature Curve

    With the help of Weather temperature curve function, water temperature will automatically change as outside air temperature changes, which saves energy while giving satisfying comfort. Totally 32 fixed Weather temperature curves can be manually set and one personalized curve is available.

    Smart Grid

    Heat pump adjusts the operation mode according to different electrical signals from the grid to realize energy saving. When the electric price is low or even free, heat pump takes DHW priority. When electric price is high, DHW related functions are limited. When the electric price is normal, heat pump operates according to user requirement.

    DHW Pump Function

    The DHW pump function is used to return water in the water pipe net to the hot water tank according to set timer. Total of 12 timers for one day can be set, which allows users to set the DHW pump operation time according to using habit to guarantee using hot water without waiting for a long time.

    Comfort

    Silent Mode

    Mono 4kW model produces 35dB(A) sound pressure level at 3 meters thanks to multiple optimization design.

    * Test condition:

    • Outdoor air temperature 7℃ DB, 6℃ WB; Water inlet 30℃ , Water outlet 35℃.
    • Outdoor air temperature 35℃ DB; Water inlet 23℃ , Water outlet 18℃.

    Triple Noise Reduction

    Improvements to the twin-rotor compressor

    • Better balance and extremely low vibration
    • Twin eccentric cams
    • 2 balance weights
    • Highly stable moving parts
    • Optimize compressor drive technology
    • Highly robust bearings
    • Compact structure

    Bionic Fan Design

    1. Suction surface concave design

    • Reduce the size of wake shedding vortex
    • Improve the flow field on blade surface
    • Reduce weight and improve efficiency

    2. Leading edge thickening design

    • Reduce low frequency noise
    • Effectively improve the blade strength

    3. Trailing edge notch design

    • Change pressure distribution in the trailing edge of the blade
    • Reduce the noise of blade wake vortex shedding

    Convenient

    USB Function

    No need to carry any other heavy equipment but only USB can realize program upgrade of indoor unit and outdoor unit. Parameter setting transmission between wired controllers. Installer can quickly copy the setting from one controller to another via USB, which saves the time of on-site installation.

    Holiday Home

    Holiday Home function is used to deviate from the normal schedules without having to change them during the holiday at home.

    Wired Controller

    • Touch-key design
    • LCD display
    • Error code display
    • Operation parameter checking
    • Point check function
    • Multiple languages
    • Child lock function
    • Buzzer alarm
    • Built-in temperature senor and Wi-Fi module
    • Modbus protocol and network flexibility

    * In the M-Thermal Arctic Split models, the controller is built into the hydro module.

    * For M-Thermal Arctic Mono models, the controller is wall mounted.

    Built-in Wi-Fi control

    • Easy setting
    • Double zones control
    • Monitor system status
    • Monitor power consumption
    • Convenient remote control
    • Suggestion for energy saving
    • Schedule function and timer setting

    Typical Applications

    System configurations

    M thermal system can be configured to run with the electric heater either enabled or disabled and can also be used in conjunction with an auxiliary heat source such as a boiler.

    The chosen configuration affects the size of heat pump that is required. Three typical configurations are described below:

    Configuration 1: Heat pump only

    • The heat pump covers the required capacity and no extra heating capacity is necessary.
    • Requires selection of larger capacity heat pump and implies higher initial investment.
    • Ideal for new construction in projects where energy efficiency is paramount.

    Configuration 2: Heat pump and backup electric heater

    • Heat pump covers the required capacity until the ambient temperature drops below the point at which the heat pump is able to provide sufficient capacity. When the ambient temperature is below this equilibrium point, the backup electric heater supplies the required additional heating capacity.
    • Best balance between initial investment and running costs, results in lowest lifecycle cost.
    • Ideal for new construction.

    Configuration 3: Heat pump with auxiliary heat source

    • Heat pump covers the required capacity until the ambient temperature drops below the point at which the heat pump is able to provide sufficient capacity. When the ambient temperature is below this equilibrium point, depending on the system settings, either the auxiliary heat source supplies the required additional heating capacity or the heat pump does not run and the auxiliary heat source covers the required capacity.
    • Enables selection of lower capacity heat pump.
    • Ideal for refurbishments and upgrades.

    One-stop solution - Heating, cooling and domestic hot water in one system

    M thermal is an integrated system that provides space heating and cooling as well as domestic hot water, offering a complete, all-year-round solution which can eliminate the need for traditional gas or oil boilers, or work together with them. M thermal can be combined with floor heating loops, fan coil units, radiators and domestic water tanks. It can also be connected to solar collectors, gas furnaces, boilers and other heat sources. Smart Grid certification indicates that M thermal can fully utilize electricity from different sources or different price levels, which means like photovoltaic, and the peak valley of urban electricity supply to satisfy different modes operation, which is benefitial for cost saving.

    Practical applications

    Midea M-Thermal heat pump systems can be used in various scenarios. Below you will see the most common of them:

    Heating and Cooling

    Floor heating loops is used for space heating and fan coil unit is used for both space heating and cooling. For heating mode, floor heating loops and fan coil unit require different operating water temperature. To achieve these two temperaturea, a mixing station (field supplied) which is consists of 3-way valve and water pump is used to adapt the water temperature according to requirements of the floor heating loops. The mixing station is controlled by the unit. For cooling mode, 2-way valve is used to prevent cool water from entering floor heating loops then result in condensation during cooling.

    Notes:

    1. 2-way valve (field supplied)
    2. 3-way valve (field supplied)
    3. Water pump (field supplied)
    4. Fan coil unit (Midea can supply)
    5. Floor heating loop (field supplied)

    Heating, DHW and Hybrid Heat Source

    Backup electric heater(customized)* and AHS provide additional heating to raise the water temperature for unit outlet temperature.

    TBH and solar system provide additional heating to raise the domestic hot water temperature. 3-way valve is used to switch between heating mode and DHW mode.

    Notes:

    1. Solar panel (field supplied)
    2. AHS: Additional heating source (field supplied)
    3. 3-way valve (field supplied)
    4. Floor heating loop (field supplied)
    5. Water tank (field supplied)
    6. Heat exchanger coil (field supplied)
    7. TBH: Tank booster heater (field supplied)

    Double Zones Control

    Double zones control is only available for heating mode. It can control different areas to reach different temperature to meet various needs of daily use.

    Using wired controller only:

    Wired controller sets the mode, temperature and on/off. Zone 1 is controlled based on the leaving water temperature. Zone 2 is controlled based on the leaving water temperature or built-in sensor integrated in the wired controller.

    Using wired controller and thermostat:

    Wired controller sets the mode and water temperature. Both Zone 1 and Zone 2 are controlled by thermostat.

    Notes:

    1. Radiator (field supplied)
    2. 3-way valve (field supplied)
    3. Water pump (field supplied)
    4. Floor heating loop (field supplied)

    Abbreviation:

    • T: Room thermostat (field supplied)

    Multiple Rooms Control

    Maximum of 6 room thermostats are available to be connected with the M-kit and 2 thermostats are connected to the hydraulic box, which enables for maximum of 8 rooms to be controlled. M-kit is connected to the hydraulic module.

    Notes:

    1. Radiator (field supplied)
    2. 3-way valve (field supplied)
    3. Water pump (field supplied)
    4. Floor heating loop
    5. M-kit (customized)
    6. Balance tank (field supplied)

    Abbreviation:

    • Т: Room thermostat (field supplied)

    M-kit:

    • Wall-mounted
    • Simple structure
    • Compact size
    • Flexible installation
    • Connects up to 6 thermostats

    Cascade System *

    Cascade system design is perfect when an extension of capacity becomes required as the building cooling/ heating demand evolves. Maximum 6 units can be controlled in group with one controller. Balance tank temperature control makes water temperature more accurate. AHS can only be connected to the master waterway and controlled by the master unit.

    Notes:

    1. Balance tank (field supplied)
    2. Balance tank temperature sensor (Midea can supply)
    3. 3-way valve (field supplied)
    4. Fan coil unit (Midea can supply)
    5. Floor heating loop (field supplied)
    6. AHS: Additional heating source (field supplied)
    7. Water tank (field supplied)
    8. Heat exchanger coil (field supplied)
    9. Single way valve (field supplied)

    * The 4~16kW models can only be combined with each other to reach a larger total capacity of 4~96kW.

    * The 18~30kW models can only be combined with each other to reach a larger total capacity of 18~180kW.

    Split - Outdoor Unit + Hydronic Integrated tank

    A stainless water tank and 3-way valve that is used to change the water flow direction between heating mode and DHW mode are integrated design inside the Hydronic Integrated Tank indoor unit, which greatly save the installation and commissioning cost on site.

    Notes:

    1. Solar panel (field supplied)
    2. DHW Circulation pump (field supplied)
    3. Balance tank (field supplied)
    4. Balance tank temperature sensor (Midea can supply)
    5. Zone 1 circulation pump (field supplied)
    6. 3-way valve (field supplied)
    7. Fan coil unit (Midea can supply)
    8. Radiator (field supplied)
    9. Zone 2 circulation pump (field supplied)
    10. Floor heating loop (field supplied)


    Technical Specifications for Midea M-Thermal Arctic Split MHA-V10W/D2N8-B + HB-A100/CD30GN8-B Heat Pump

    Technical Specifications for Midea M-Thermal Arctic Split MHA-V10W/D2N8-B + HB-A100/CD30GN8-B
    Outdoor unit modelMHA-V10W/D2N8-B
    Hydronic box modelHB-A100/CD30GN8-B
    Heating1CapacitykW10.0
    Rated inputkW2.00
    COP5.00
    Heating2CapacitykW10.0
    Rated inputkW2.63
    COP3.80
    Heating3CapacitykW9.50
    Rated inputkW3.06
    COP3.10
    Cooling4CapacitykW10.00
    Rated inputkW2.08
    EER4.80
    Cooling5CapacitykW8.20
    Rated inputkW2.48
    EER3.30
    Seasonal space heating energy efficiency class6Water outlet at 350CclassA+++
    Water outlet at 550CclassA++
    Hydronic box sound power level7dB42

    Notes:

    1. Outdoor air temperature 7℃ DB, 6℃ WB; Water inlet 30℃, Water outlet 35℃.
    2. Outdoor air temperature 7℃ DB, 6℃ WB; Water inlet 40℃, Water outlet 45℃.
    3. Outdoor air temperature 7℃ DB, 6℃ WB; Water inlet 47℃, Water outlet 55℃.
    4. Outdoor air temperature 35℃ DB; Water inlet 23℃, Water outlet 18℃.
    5. Outdoor air temperature 35℃ DB; Water inlet 12℃, Water outlet 7℃.
    6. Seasonal space heating energy efficiency class testes in average climate general.
    7. Testing standard: EN12102-1.
    8. Relevant EU standards and legislation: EN14511; EN14825; EN50564; EN12102; (EU) No 811/2013; (EU) No 813/2013; OJ 2014/C 207/02:2014.
    Technical Specifications for Midea M-Thermal Arctic Split MHA-V10W/D2N8-B
    Outdoor unit modelMHA-V10W/D2N8-B
    Power supplyV/Ph/Hz220-240/1/50
    RefrigerantTypeR32(675)
    Charged volumekg1.65
    Sound power Level1dB60
    Net dimension (W × H × D)mm1118x865x523
    Packing dimension (W × H × D)mm1190x970x560
    Net/Gross weightkg77/89
    Pipe size O.D.Liquidmm9.52
    Gasmm15.88
    Connection methodFlared
    Between indoor and outdoor unitHeight differencemMax. 20
    Pipe lengthm2-30
    Additional refrigerantChargmentg/m38
    Max. pipe length for no additional refrigerantm15
    Ambient temperature rangeCooling°C-5 ~ 43
    Heating°C-25 ~ 35
    DHW°C-25 ~ 43

    Note:

    1. Testing standard: EN12102-1.
    Technical Specifications for Hydronic Box Midea M-Thermal Arctic Split HB-A100/CD30GN8-B
    Hydronic boxHB-A100/CD30GN8-B
    Power supplyV/Ph/Hz220-240/1/50
    Unit dimension (W×H×D)mm420 x 790 x 270
    Packing dimension (W×H×D)mm525 x 1050 x 360
    Net/Gross weightkg37/43
    Water pumpMax. pump headm9
    ConnectionWater sidemmR1"
    Refrigerant liquidmm9.52
    Refrigerant gasmm15.88
    Backup E-heater2Standard mountedkW3
    OptionalkW9
    Capacity steps1/3
    Power supply3kWV/Ph/Hz220-240/1/50
    9kW380-415/3/50
    LWT setting rangeCooling°C5 ~ 25
    Heating°C25 ~ 65
    DHW°C30 ~ 60

    Note:

    1. Testing standard: EN12102-1.
    2. For three phase type backup electric heater, 3/6kW can be achieved by changing DIP switch when hydronic box is equipped with 9kW.
    SeriesM-Thermal Arctic
    TypeInverter
    Cooling Capacity10.00 kW
    Heating Capacity10.00 kW