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Taco PC700

James Day_2
James Day_2 Member Posts: 191
Hey guys, 

On a taco pc700 with a sr503exp,  on a call for domestic hot water will the boiler high fire for domestic or will it run off the reset curve on the pc700?



Thanks

Comments

  • Good question

    The only mention of DHW in the instructions is when they say that the boiler will turn on when there is a call from the priority zone and the outdoor temperature is above WWSD.



    Does someone have a solution?
    Often wrong, never in doubt.
  • Gary Jansen_4
    Gary Jansen_4 Member Posts: 77
    It will work

    On a call for domestic water (with priority switch set to on), the reset of the pc700 is ignored and the boiler will go to high fire. When priority is satisfied, the reset curve will then run boiler on a reset curve in the 700. All other heating zones are locked out and can't run when the last zone on the board (priority zone) is calling. You will have to be a little careful because when priority is done you will have some pretty hot water left in the boiler, and it can go out to your heating zones. 
  • Post-Purge

    Thanks, Gary.  That clears it up.



    To cleanse the system of high temperature water, you can add a PC600 Post-Purge Timer Plug-In card:



    http://www.taco-hvac.com/en/products/PC600+Post+Purge+Timer+Plug-In+Card/products.html?current_category=146
    Often wrong, never in doubt.
  • James Day_2
    James Day_2 Member Posts: 191
    Thanks

    Alan and Gary,     Thanks.  I do know about all the plug in cards.  I just couldn't find anywhere in taco's literature about DHW.      Thanks, again
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