DELTA DORE TYBOX PAC Installation guide

Installation guide
RADIO TYBOX
Warnings
Presentation
• Carefully read these instructions prior to
installation.
Wireless programmable thermostat
• The unit must be installed in compliance with
currently applicable standards.
1-zone pack or 2-zone pack
• Always switch off the mains before installing or
servicing the unit.
Location
The 1-zone pack features a RADIO TYBOX transmitter
associated with an RF 640 receiver (1 zone).
The 2-zone pack features two RADIO TYBOX transmitters
associated with an RF 650 receiver (2 zones).
Antenna
Zone
1 LED
Antenna
LED
Zone
2 LED
1
Button
2
Buttons
• The receiver power supply cable must only be
replaced by the manufacturer or an approved
agent.
• Check that the fastenings are suited to the surface
that the unit will be attached to (plasterboard, brick,
etc.).
• The diagrams provided are simplified for greater
clarity. The protective units and other accessories
required by the standards are not illustrated.
Standard UTE NF C15-100 and good practice must
be complied with. Connected or nearby equipment
must not generate excessive interference (directive
2004/108/CE).
receiver Mounting
RF 640
RF 650
Electric
cable
Electric
cable
The RF 640 and RF 640 can be connected either to a
boiler or to contact switches to control electric heating.
The elements of your system (receiver and
transmitter(s)) are already associated when delivered.
For the 2-zone pack, each transmitter is identified by a
label (EMET 1, EMET 2).
Connecting the receiver
Screw-mounting
Inverting the relay contact position
Mounted on a wall using the
screws and pegs supplied.
During an On command: the relay closes.
During an Off command: the relay opens.
You can invert the operation of the relay by pressing
the relevant button on the receiver for about
10 seconds.
Contact
Inverted contact
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Command sent
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Mounting by double-sided adhesive tape
Device compliant with the requirements of directives:
R&TTE 1999/5/CE
If you fit the receiver using adhesive
tape, you must strictly follow the installation recommendations
(see “location” section).
Ensure that the surface on which the
tape is applied is thoroughly clean
before attaching the tape.
Connecting a boiler with thermostat input
Connect the black and
grey wires of the
receiver to both
terminals of the boiler
thermostat input.
N
Connecting the receiver
Blue
Black
Brown Grey
black wire
grey wire
brown wire
blue wire
Mains N
230V L
Boiler
thermostat input
Location / Mounting
To control electrical convectors, you MUST use a
power contact switch that is suitable for the total power
to be controlled.
N
L
3A
RF 650
3A
Blue
Black
Brown
Grey
brown wire
L 5 A max.
RF 640
Because of changes in standards and equipment, the characteristics
given in the text and the illustrations in this document are not binding
unless confirmed by Delta Dore.
For easier use, the RADIO TYBOX can be installed:
- mounted on the wall with screws and pegs at an
approximate height of 1.5 m,
- on a support placed on an item of furniture or a
shelf.
If necessary, remove
the shunt (electric
wire) connecting the
two thermostat input
terminals.
Example of a boiler
terminal box
Remove
the shunt
If the boiler has a
clock input, do not
mistake it for the
thermostat input.
do not mistake it
for the clock input
(on some boiler models)
Connecting a
boiler without
thermostat
input
wires to be
connected to
the receiver
N
RF 640
If the boiler does
not have a thermostat input, you
can directly control
the circulator located next to the boiler.
L 5 A max.
Blue
Black
Brown Grey
brown wire
blue wire
black wire
grey wire
Mains N
230V L
Circulator
The contact output of the RF 640 receiver is not
powered (dry contact).
Configuration
Fitting to the base
Position the unit on its base and lock it.
1 Position the thermostat
on its base.
2 Lock the thermostat
Turn the knob to
to
access the configuration
menus, then press the i
button for 5 seconds.
Separate the unit
from its base by
unlocking the
casing.
5 sec.
black wire
grey wire
blue wire
L
230V
N
N
N
Power supply
of the contact
switch coil
To avoid interference with the radio transmission, the
antenna must be free from any metallic elements
(cables, metallic covers, etc.).
• Do not attempt to repair the unit yourself;
an after-sales service is available.
RADIO TYBOX
mains
L
supply
230V/50Hz N
The receiver must be placed near the heating control
(burner or thermostat input for a boiler, electrical
switchboard when used with a contact switch).
The unit will propose 4 configurations to choose from:
Starting up
Turn the knob to
The days flash.
convector(s)
Screw-mounting
Zone 1
Mount the base with screws and
pegs suited to the support or on
a flush-mounted box, then close
and lock the unit.
Zone 2
The contact outputs of the RF 650 receiver are
powered (phase).
Basic configurations (Menu 1)
When you turn the unit on for the first time, you will
need to set the time.
contact switches (not
supplied) fitted in the
electrical switchboard
convector(s)
Unit version
Time setting
Remove the batteries’ protective
tabs.
.
Press + or - to
change the day, then
press OK to confirm
and continue on to
the next setting.
Days
Minutes
Advanced configurations (Menu 2)
(1 :Monday ...
7 : Sunday)
Configurations of the
consumption indication function
(Menu 3)
Radio association
Hours
Unit version
Configuration mode
Repeat the operations to set the hours and minutes.
Menu 3 can only be accessed when the RADIO
TYBOX is associated with a RADIO TYWATT.
To leave the “time setting” mode, turn the knob.
Basic configurations (menu 1)
Advanced configurations (menu 2)
With thermostatic valve electric heating or hot water
heaters, the Comfort temperature can be provided by
adjusting the thermostat of each radiator.
In this case, only Economy and Frost Protection
temperatures are set by the RADIO TYBOX.
Press button 1,
Press button 2.
If there is a difference between the temperature noted (thermometer) and the temperature measured and displayed by
the unit, function 2-02 modifies the way the probe takes measurements so as to compensate for this difference.
Correction of the
measured
temperature.
Comfort temperature set by the
RADIO TYBOX (by default)
To change the various settings, press the + or buttons, then press OK to confirm the change and go
to the next setting.
Temperature
control Comfort
Daily
1-hour increments (by default)
Choice of
programming
increments
30-minute increments
15-minute increments
Circulator
anti-seizing
Anti-seizing enabled (circulator
operates for 1 minute every
24 hours).
Modification
authorization
for the user
Program and temperature settings
(from 5 to 30°C) modification authorized
Program and set-point setting
modification unauthorized
(Comfort: 16 to 22°C,
Economy: 13 to 19°C
Frost Protection: 5 to 11°C)
Correction possible from -5°C to +5°C
in increments of 0.1°C.
Press the + or - buttons to make changes,
and confirm with the OK button.
E.g.
If the temperature displayed by the unit is 19°C
and the temperature measured is 20°C, add 1°C to
the display and confirm by
pressing OK.
To change the various settings, press the + or buttons, then press OK to confirm the change and go
to the next setting.
Anti-seizing off (by default)
Weekly (by default)
Choice of
programming
Comfort temperature set on each
radiator or convector.
In this option the screen displays ConF.
Advanced configurations (menu 2)
Automatic mode
temperature
display option
Continuous set-point temperature
display (by default)..
With this option, press i to display
the room temperature.
Continuous room temperature
display.
With this option, press i to display
the set-point temperature.
Radio association (menu R)
This menu lets you associate all the installation’s
wireless products (transmitters and receivers) with the
RADIO TYBOX.
Go to the radio association menu
Pas de fonctions domotiques
Fonctions domotiques
sur l'installation
Fonctions domotiques associées
au RADIO TYBOX
Press + or - to make your choice.
Press OK to confirm and go to the next mode.
“Consumption
indication” feature
Home automation features on the
installation
Up to 8 home automation products can be associated
with the RADIO TYBOX.
To associate a consumption indicator with the
RADIO TYBOX (e.g.
RADIO TYWATT).
Radio association
No consumption indication
Consumption
indication function
Press i on the RADIO
TYBOX.
The screen displays “1”.
The receiver is associated
with the RADIO TYBOX
Consumption indicator to associate
The features are the following:
- operation with door/window magnetic contacts,
Press + or - to display “1” flashing.
- operation with a TYXAL alarm central control unit,
Confirm on the RADIO TYWATT.
- operation with TYXAL or TYDOM remote controls
(Delta Dore),
Check on the RADIO TYBOX that “1” is no longer
flashing.
- operation with a home automation transmitter (e.g.
TYDOM 310).
The RADIO TYBOX and the RADIO TYWATT are associated.
Radio association (menu R)
Transmitter
Association
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
#
Remote control of
the installation
TYXAL control unit
Transmitter
Monitoring
alarm on:
Heating in
Economy mode
Monitoring
alarm off:
Heating in
Comfort mode
Association
Press the domain button until
until the remote control emits a beep and
the symbol
Enter the first 4 numbers of the access
code (1234 by default), then press the
( ) button for 5 seconds.
Simultaneously press and hold the ON and
OFF buttons of the unit’s control device for 5
seconds to switch to maintenance mode.
Each newly associated
transmitter is displayed on
the screen.
Number of associated
transmitters
Transmitter
Association
Door/window
Press the button.
Open Window:
heating in frost
protection mode
TYXIA remote
control
Simultaneously press and hold the buttons
Comfort or
Economy overrides.
for 5 seconds, le LED comes on,
goes off, and then comes back on, release
the buttons.
and
The menus 3-12 to 3-18 are only accessible if the
RADIO TYBOX is associated with a RADIO TYWATT.
Configurations 3-13 to 3-18 let you modify costs
according to your subscription.
To access the display of consumption, heating, DHW
and other uses, you must declare the number of CTs
(current transformers, ref. 6330004) associated with the
RADIO TYWATT option.
Subscription
option
No consumption indication
(by default)
Press one of the tactile buttons
Overrides
Comfort / Economy
or
On / Off
.
Number of CTs
Associate the buttons
Press one of the tactile buttons
or
.
To exit the association mode, press another
domain button (e.g.
).
Indication
of the outdoor
temperature
tempo
EJP
Base
OP
OP blue day
Normal
hours
-
PH
PH blue day
Peak
hours
-
white day OP
-
-
-
white day PH
-
2 CTs (Heating + DHW)
-
-
red day OP
-
-
-
red day PH
-
Not used
The price displayed is the price per kWh
(excl. subscription) expressed in euros including taxes
(price including municipal and regional taxes and VAT
(average of 30%)).
For further information, contact
your electricity provider.
We advise you to round to the
nearest cent.
Once the radio associations are made, press the OK
button to confirm and go on to the next mode.
Double tariff
-
3-13 to 3-18 Cost per Kwh (incl. tax)
Open the sensor’s casing.
Press the association button,
the red LED will switch on then off.
Close the sensor unit.
Base
1 CT (Heating)
and
Outdoor
probe
Open the cover of the control unit and press
the “test” button.
Close the control unit.
flashes.
Associate the buttons
or
Set the control unit to maintenance mode
before switching the RADIO TYBOX to radio
association (menu rAd).
The association operation is carried out channel by
channel on the RF 650 receiver.
On the transmitter, confirm
the association as indicated
in the table or refer to its
user guide.
Option configuration (menu 3)
Home automation
remote control
Telephone
transmitter
2nd step: associating the home automation products.
From the menu rAd.
1st step: the receiver is delivered already associated
with the transmitter.
The display indicates “rAd” as well as the number of
associated products (1 receiver).
You can go straight on to the 2nd step, associating
home automation products
To associate a wireless receiver again, you must first
remove all associations (see Removing radio
associations section), then, on the receiver: for three
seconds, press and hold the button of the channel you
wish to associate.
The corresponding LED flashes.
PH: Peak Hours, OP: Off-peak Hours
IMPORTANT: The consumption value that you can
read on the digital screen is a non-contractual
indication and cannot be substituted with the
consumption value mentioned on your electricity bill.
After menu 3 has been configured, the unit returns to the
choice of menus.
To exit the configuration, turn the knob to the right.
E.g. 0.1085 euros gives
0.11 euros.
0.11 euros (incl. tax)
Removing radio associations
To cancel all radio associations, turn the knob to ,
then hold the i button down for 5 seconds.
To associate the receiver with the transmitter again,
refer to the “radio association” section.
Return to the factory configuration
Returning to the factory configuration is possible for
each of the menus.
Turn the knob to , then press and hold the i button
for 5 seconds.
Press the button of the menu
you wish to reset, and hold the
button for 5 seconds
(this example uses menu 1).
Press and hold the R button
for 5 seconds.
Radio test
Summary table of configurations
Turn the knob to , then hold the 2nd button
(from the top) down for 5 seconds until tESt appears.
5 sec.
The LED on the receiver should flash for each
reception (approximately every 6 seconds).
1-01
Type of programming
0 = weekly
1-02
No programming
0 = 1 hour
1 = 30 minutes
1-08
Controlling the Comfort temperature
0 = controlled by the RADIO TYBOX
1 = by each radiator or convector.
1-09
Circulator anti-seizing
0 = off
1 = on
2-01
Modification authorization
0 = Program and settings may be changed
1 = Program not modifiable and set-point
temperature settings limited (Comfort: 16 to 22°C,
Economy: 13 to 19°C, Frost Protection: 5 to 11°C)
2-02
Correction of the measured temperature
from -5°C to +5°C in increments of 0.1°C.
2-04
Automatic mode temperature display option
0 = Set-point temperature display
1 = Room temperature display
If this happens, radio transmission is occurring
correctly.
If this does not occur, move your transmitter.
Then press the OK button to
confirm the reset.
NOTE: You can manually reset the receiver by
pressing the button of the channel to associate for
30 seconds until the LED flashes rapidly.
Summary table of configurations
Radio association (menu R)
r-01
Home automation features
0 = No
1 = Yes
r-02
Consumption indication
0 = No
1 = Yes
rAd
Radio association
zone
rAd 1
Reserved menu
With a RADIO TYWATT
3-12
Number of CTs
0 = No RADIO TYWATT
1 = 1 CT (Heating)
2 = 2 CTs (Heating + DHW) 3 = 3 CTs (Three-phase)
3-13
à
3-18
Cost per kWh according to subscription
Then press the OK button to
confirm the reset.
Turn the knob or press the OK button to exit the tESt
mode.
1 = daily
2 = 15 minutes
Follow the same steps for the other menus.
To exit this mode, turn the knob to the right.
Technical characteristics
Technical characteristics
RADIO TYBOX transmitter
RF 640 / RF 650 receivers
• Power supplied by two LR03 or AAA-type 1.5 V
alkaline batteries (supplied), autonomy of 2 years for
normal use
• Class III insulation
• Clock back-up in the event of battery change:
30 seconds
• Radio range 100 to 300 metres outside, variable
depending on the associated equipment (the range
can be altered depending on the installation
conditions and the electromagnetic environment)
• Radio frequency 868 MHz, class I
(standard EN 300 220)
• Wireless remote control device
• Dimensions: LxHxD = 80 x 103 x 16 mm
• Protection index: IP 30
• Storage temperature: -10°C to +70°C
• Operating temperature: 0°C to +40°C
• Installation in an environment with normal pollution
levels
• Mounting with screws or on a support
• 230 V, 50 Hz power supply, ±10%
• Class II insulation
• Power consumption: 0.5 VA
• 1 dry contact output, 5 A max. (RF 640)
• Two 3 A powered contact outputs,
230 V Cos ϕ = 1 (RF 650)
• Radio frequency 868 MHz (standard EN 300 220)
• Radio range 100 to 300 metres outside, variable
depending on the associated equipment (the range
can be altered depending on the installation
conditions and the electromagnetic environment)
• Type 1.C automatic action (brownout)
• Operating temperature: -5°C to +55°C
• Storage temperature: -10°C to +70°C
• Dimensions: LxHxD = 102 x 54 x 20 mm
• Protection index: IP 44
• Installation in an environment with normal pollution
levels
Troubleshooting
Nothing is displayed on the room unit screen.
There is no power supply.
Check the batteries.
The receiver does not accept orders from the transmitter.
• Check the transmission by performing a radio test.
• Move your transmitter if necessary.
• Repeat the radio-controlled association of the receiver with
the RADIO TYBOX.
The indication
is displayed.
The batteries are low.
Change the batteries, making sure they are the right way round.
The unit displays: dEF 6
There is a communication fault between the RADIO TYBOX
and the RF 640 or RF 650 receivers.
Check the installation.
You wish to associate a home automation feature and the
screen displays ---- .
You have reached the maximum number of functions to
associate.
During the radio association, then device displays:
Zone rAd 1.
This menu is reserved.
Associate the receiver again from the rAd menu.