Electric Heating Company Electric Combination Radiators Operating instructions

EHC Electric Combination Radiators
Installation and
Technical Manual
THESE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE READ
CAREFULLY AND RETAINED FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE. BE SURE TO OBSERVE ALL
LABELS AND WARNINGS ON THE APPLIANCE.
The Electric Heating Company Limited
Block 5 Unit 40 Third Road, Blantyre Industrial Estate, Blantyre G72 OUP United Kingdom
Tel. 01698 820533
info@electric-heatingcompany.co.uk
Fax. 01698 825697
www.electric-heatingcompany.co.uk
CONTENTS
1. Safety information ......................................................... 2
2. General information ....................................................... 4
3. Installation ..................................................................... 5
4. Operating instructions ................................................... 10
5. Operating safety ............................................................ 10
6. Technical data ................................................................ 13
1.
Safety Information
Electrical Connections
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains leads are coloured in accordance with the following code:
GREEN & YELLOW:
EARTH
BLUE:
NEUTRAL
BROWN:
LIVE
WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
The installation of this appliance should be carried out by a competent electrician in
accordance with I.E.E. Regulations for Electrical Equipment.
The radiator is fitted with a standard UK 3 pin plug that can be directly connected to an
electrical socket. Care must be taken when connecting radiators in this way not
to overload the ring main circuit. If you are unsure contact a qualified
electrician.
Alternatively the mains cable can be cut to length and connected to a suitable fused 20
amp double-pole switched spur adjacent to the radiator. Please ensure that the
electricity supply is disconnected prior to using this installation method.
Each supply circuit to the radiator must incorporate a Fused 20 Amp double pole
switched spur having a contact separation of at least 3mm.
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1.
Safety Information (cont.)
Handling
This radiator is very heavy. Take adequate precautions when lifting and manoeuvring it.
Always assess the load, and seek assistance with heavy or awkward loads that are
beyond your capabilities.
Positioning
This radiator is very heavy. Please refer to Technical Data information contained within
This radiator is very heavy. In order to maintain stability and to ensure its future safety
this document. In order to maintain stability and to ensure its future safety in use,
in use, it is essential that the radiator is FIXED SOUNDLY TO A WALL and that the
it is essential that the radiator is FIXED SOUNDLY TO A WALL and that the brackets are
brackets are mounted on a FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE. Castors or Feet can be purchased as
mounted on a FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE. Castors or Feet can be purchased as an accessory.
an accessory. Care should be taken to avoid irregular surfaces.
Care should be taken to avoid irregular surfaces.
It is important that the following instructions are strictly followed.
Keep the following minimum safety distances to avoid fire risk due to high surface
temperatures of the appliance during heating cycles:
Lateral heating walls – masonry ......................................................50 mm
Lateral heating walls – combustible matter ..................................100 mm
Heating walls above floor ................................................................80 mm
Cover plate – combustible covering installed on top of it ...........150 mm
Cover plate – non-combustible covering installed on top of it ...100 mm
Please note that our IPX4 rated models should be used in bathrooms.
Portable radiators must not be fitted in bathrooms or wet areas.
CAUTION – This radiator must not be located below or in front of a fixed socket outlet.
DO NOT POSITION under windows where curtains may contact the radiator.
DO NOT PLACE THE APPLIANCE in the vicinity of a swimming pool.
Installation
It is important that the fixing device chosen is appropriate to the wall material to which
the radiator is being fixed. Some modern internal building materials are very low
density block and require specialised fixing devices to provide a safe, secure installation.
(see section 3, page 6)
Ongoing safety
CAUTION – If during any reassembly of the radiator, a part of the thermal insulation
shows damage or deterioration which may impair safety, it should be replaced with an
identical part.
CAUTION – In order to avoid overheating, do not cover the radiator.
DO NOT COVER OR OBSTRUCT the surfaces of the appliance.
DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS in contact with the radiator.
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2.
General Information
EHC Combination Electric radiators have been designed using the latest technology to
create an elegant solution for all hard to heat situations. They can be installed in almost
any location apart from the safety restrictions noted in this manual.
The range has been developed to provide a flexible solution for electric heating in
Domestic properties, Conservatories, Holiday homes, Offices and any other temporary
heating situation.
Our unique patented ’Magmatic’ heating tablets provide the heat source for your new
radiator. Whilst the radiator is classed as a 100% efficient Direct Acting appliance, the
heating tablets provide partial storage to prolong your heating comfort and to reduce
running costs. The radiator has a robust body which incorporates a spot welded high fin
surface area to ensure that there are no contraction noises during the heating cycle.
The high fin design boasts 6 times the normal radiator surface area to provide a
balance of Convection and Radiant heat for your added comfort.
The radiators can be simply plugged in to a Standard socket or Hard wired to an
existing spur connection. The range has the flexability of being Wall mounted or free
standing on Castors or Feet.
For added versatility we can supply Conservatory radiators which are also ideal for use
below windows with low sills.
All our standard model sizes are supplied with a TEI 1 manual room thermostat. For a
fully controllable central heating system, the radiators can be installed with our EHC
Control Box, Single Channel Programmer and Room Thermostat to comply with the
latest Building Regulations.
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3.
Installation
Preparation
1.
Before beginning, remove the radiator
and parts from the box and check
everything is present and correct. In
addition to the radiator body, there
should be a top grille, a pair of
mounting brackets, four suspension
hooks, a set of mounting screws/ plugs
and an instruction manual.
2.
Check page 3 of this manual to find the
minimum clearances for your chosen
location. Mark the bracket positions on
the wall according to the following
diagrams:
Rad. Length
(mm)
Bracket
separation
(mm)
380
680
850
980
1280
1580
220
420
580
680
1000
1200
Note: The height of the bracket to the floor is the same height as the bottom of the radiator to the
floor.
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3.
Installation (cont.)
Wall fixture and fittings
3.
Drill, plug, and secure the brackets to the wall. Appropriate fixtures must be used
depending on the wall material:
Solid brick/High density block walls
These must be drilled and plugged with the Rawlplug No. 10 size fibre inserts provided.
The correct size of drill (5.5mm) should be used and the hole should be drilled to a
depth of 8mm greater than the length of the Rawlplug so that the fixing is made below
the plaster layer.
Low density block walls
A special fixing, such as Unifix LB70 should be employed, following closely the
manufacturers instructions.
Panelled internal walls
It is preferable to locate the studding and use the No.10 size woodscrews provided.
Where it is not possible to locate the studding use Hollow wall anchors and securely
fasten the brackets to the plasterboard when this method is used we recommend that
radiator feet are used to take the full weight of the radiator. For other wall materials
the wall panel manufacturer should be consulted for details of suitable wall fixing
devices. Note: Radiators will be set to an approximate height of 185mm from the floor
when support feet are used.
4.
Fit the two small suspension hooks into the bottom slots in the brackets, and hang
the bottom of the radiator on them. Make sure the radiator is sitting right back on the
hooks and not just resting on the fins.
5.
Fit the other two large suspension hooks
in the top slots of the brackets, and lift
them up. Push the radiator back against
the wall and drop the suspension hooks
back down to lock it in position.
6.
The top grille of the radiator can then be
fitted and secured with the securing
screws at each end.
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3.
Installation (cont.)
7.
At the bottom of the radiator, next to the
mains connection there is a small
temperature sensor. Loosen the gland and
pull the sensor down by 50 - 70 millimetres,
then re-tighten the gland. This enables the
radiator to gauge the room’s temperature
more accurately.
Electrical connection
8.
All EHC radiators come with a standard UK 3 pin plug that can be directly connected to
an electrical socket.
Alternatively the mains cable can be cut to length and connected to a suitable Fused 20
Amp double-pole switched spur adjacent to the radiator. Please ensure that the
electricity supply is disconnected prior to using this installation method. The mains plug
should be discarded safely and not re-used.
CAUTION – Consideration must be made when connecting a multiple radiator
system in this way as there is a limit to the ring mains supply within a
property. If unsure please consult a qualified electrician.
Control cabling – wired versions
9.
TEI1 installations – All standard radiators come complete with a TEI1 thermostat for
room temperature control. For single radiator installations please follow the
instructions outlined in section 8.
10. EHC CONTROL BOX installations – For central control of a number of radiators,
connect the radiators to an EHC Control box as follows. See the schematic on the
following page as a guide.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Install new radiators as per installation instructions
Cut the mains cable to length and connect to a suitable Fused 20 Amp double
pole switched spur adjacent to the radiator
Connect the Control Box to the incoming mains supply.
Connect all radiator mains cables to the Control Box using the pre-connected 16
Amp MCBs.
Locate the Single Channel Programmer in a suitable area and protect via a 3 Amp
fused switched spur. Connect to the Control Box using the 6 Amp MCB.
Locate the Room Thermostat in a suitable area and connect to the Programmer
and Control Box Contactor A1 connection.
Reconnect the mains supply and test.
CAUTION - After completion of works all electrical connections should be
tested for tightness. Additionally an electrical safety check should be carried
out ie: short circuit, earth continuity, resistance to earth and polarity check
and all the relevant test certificates produced.
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3.
Installation (cont.)
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3.
Installation (cont.)
Control cabling – RF models
3.
All
Radio Frequency radiators
come complete with a pre-wired TEI-5 Receiver which is
Installation
(cont.)
controlled by either the TEI-6 or TEI-7 RF Programmers.
11. TEI-6
installations
Control
cabling
– RF models
11.
12.
12.
13.
a
Follow the instructions outlined in section 8 for single radiator installations.
b
Locate the TEI-6 programmer on a suitable wall in the same room as the radiator.
All Radio Frequency radiators come complete with a pre-wired TEI-5 Receiver which is
c
Configure the TEI6 programmer and TEI-5 receiver located on the radiator
controlled by either the TEI-6 or TEI-7 RF Programmers.
according to the instructions included in the TEI-6 packaging.
d
Set the required program times and temperatures.
TEI-6 installations
a
Follow the instructions outlined in section 8 for single radiator installations.
b
Locate the TEI-6 programmer on a suitable wall in the same room as the radiator.
TEI-8 installations
c
Configure the TEI6 programmer and TEI-5 receiver located on the radiator
a
Follow the instructions outlined in section 8 for single radiator installations.
according to the instructions included in the TEI-6 packaging.
b
Locate the TEI-8 digital room thermostat on a suitable wall in the same room as
d
Set the required program times and temperatures.
the radiator.
c
Configure the TEI-8 digital room thermostat and TEI-5 receiver located on the
radiator according to the instructions included in the TEI-8 packaging.
TEI-8 installations
d
Set the required temperature by adjusting the +/- buttons.
a
Follow the instructions outlined in section 8 for single radiator installations.
b
Locate the TEI-8 digital room thermostat on a suitable wall in the same room as
TDI Installations
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and all the relevant test certificates produced.
CAUTION - After completion of works all electrical connections should be
tested for tightness. Additionally an electrical safety check should be carried
Installing
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feet
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short and
circuit,
earth continuity, resistance to earth and polarity check
and all the relevant test certificates produced.
13. All radiators are supplied with wall mounting brackets, however with the exception of
the Towel Rail they can also be mounted on feet or castors. Consult the leaflet which
comes with them for fixing instructions. If not fixed to a wall, the official feet or castors
must be used.
Installing castors and feet
14.
13. All radiators are supplied with wall mounting brackets, however with the exception of
the Towel Rail they can also be mounted on feet or castors. Consult the leaflet which
comes with them for fixing instructions. If not fixed to a wall, the official feet or castors
must be used.
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4.
Operating instructions
TEI-1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Each radiator has a temperature sensor
installed on the underside of the
radiator. This is designed to accurately
determine the room temperature – note
that this should protrude 50 to 70 mm
from the locating screw.
Corner equipment below
The TEI-1 is operated by turning the control knob. The temperature can be regulated
from approx. 10°C to 30°C, including a frost protection setting of approx. 5°C.
setting
setting
setting
setting
¾:
between ¾ and 1:
4:
6:
approx. 5°C (frost protection)
approx. 10°C
approx. 20°C
approx. 30°C
The red indicator above the control knob indicate the heating status:
LED lit:
LED not lit:
heating on or the set temperature has not been reached.
heating off or the set temperature has been achieved.
CAUTION - Forced turning beyond the end settings of the control knob will cause
damage to the thermostat components and as such will invalidate the warranty.
5.
Operating safety
This appliance complies with the European Standards EN 60 335-1, EN 60 335-2-61, EN
61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN 55014 and EN55104 for Safety & Electromagnetic
Compatibility. These standards cover the requirement of the EMC Directives 89/336 &
73/23
RADIATOR POSITIONING - A minimum clearance of 150mm to the front of the
radiator is essential for safety, however to enable the radiator to attain its maximum
performance ensure that any furniture or other obstruction is not placed closer than
250mm.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE READ CAREFULLY AND RETAINED FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION - THE SURFACE OF THIS RADIATOR CAN BE HOT.
The surface temperatures of this radiator are within the requirements of EN60-335 the
European Standard covering the safety requirements of electric heating appliances, and
momentary contact with any part of the radiator should not cause injury.
However, in order to be effective, radiators of any type do get hot, especially around
the air outlet grille.
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5.
Operating safety (cont.)
Therefore, if aged or infirm persons, or young children, are likely to be left
unsupervised in the vicinity of a radiator precautions should be taken to ensure that
prolonged contact with the radiator cannot occur. We recommend that a guard is fitted
around the radiator, as is normal with some types of heating appliances in similar
circumstances.
CAUTION - IN ORDER TO AVOID OVERHEATING, DO NOT COVER THE SURFACES
OF THE RADIATOR AND DO NOT OBSTRUCT AIR OUTLET GRILLES. Surfaces of the
radiator should not be covered or obstructed as this can cause excessive temperatures
that can be hazardous and may cause safety cut-outs to operate. For example, do not
put clothes, fabrics or any combustible materials on the radiator or allow curtains to
come within 75mm (3”) of the top and ends of the radiator. Do not allow furniture to
be pushed up against the radiator. A minimum clearance of 150mm is critical for safety,
however to ensure radiator performance is not affected a clearance of 250mm is
recommended.
DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS IN CONTACT WITH THE RADIATOR
CAUTION – The radiator must not be located below or in front of a socket outlet.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS RADIATOR IS HEAVY AND MUST BE SECURELY FIXED TO A
SOUND WALL. No attempt should be made to move the radiator without first seeking
specialist advice. If you are not happy that the radiator has been securely fixed, please
inform your installer.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU ATTEMPT TO MOVE THE RADIATOR OR
LOOSEN WALL FIXINGS WITHOUT TAKING THE NECESSARY ADVICE.
DO NOT SIT OR STAND ON THE RADIATOR.
DO NOT SPILL LIQUIDS ONTO THE APPLIANCE. IF YOU DO, SWITCH THE RADIATOR
OFF AND GET A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN TO CHECK IT.
DO NOT POKE OBJECTS THROUGH THE GRILLE.
DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS IN THE SPACE BEHIND THE RADIATOR.
DO NOT USE POLISHES ON THE RADIATOR OR ON FURNITURE NEAR TO IT. The hot
interior of the radiator can produce paraffin smells from polish vapours which may last
for a number of hours.
In case of breakdown or other failure, switch off the radiator at both wall switches and
contact your supplier or the EHC Help Desk on 01698 820533.
Always ensure that the radiator is switched off at the wall and fuse is removed before
any repair is carried out.
IMPORTANT - Due to the newness of the materials the radiator will produce a slight
smell for the first few days of operation.
ROOMS MUST BE WELL VENTILATED AND YOUNG CHILDREN, CAGED BIRDS OR
PERSONS WITH RESPIRATORY COMPLAINTS MUST NOT REMAIN IN CLOSE
PROXIMITY TO THE RADIATOR DURING THE FIRST 48 HOURS OF THE
COMMISSIONING PERIOD. Running the radiator at maximum temperature for the
first few days will help to dispel any smells more quickly.
Please note that at high setting the room temperature will be warmer with a
corresponding increase in running costs.
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5.
Operating safety (cont.)
Safety - Overheat Protection
For your safety, this appliance is fitted with thermal cut-outs. In the event that the
product overheats, the cut-outs switch the radiator off automatically. In the event of
these safety cut-outs activating please inform the installer or the EHC Help Desk.
Cleaning
To maintain the external appearance of the radiator it need only be wiped over
occasionally with a dry duster. During the summer months, or at other times when the
appliance is not is use and is completely cold, the opportunity should be taken to wipe
over with a damp cloth.
Do not use abrasive cleaning powders or furniture polish.
Discoloration of wall finishes can sometimes occur immediately above a radiator due to
the properties of some paints and decorating materials or the presence of
environmental impurities in the air (such as soot or incense generated from the burning
of candles etc.).
After Sales Service
Your EHC Combination Electric radiator is guaranteed for two years for the electronics
and fifteen years for the radiator body from the date of purchase. We undertake to
exchange or repair free of charge within this period any part found to be defective due
to a manufacturing fault. This guarantee in no way prejudices your rights under
common law.
Should you require after sales assistance, please contact the EHC Help Desk on 01698
820533.
Conditions of Guarantee
EHC Electric Radiators
We are pleased to offer a 15 year guarantee on your recent purchase of EHC Electric Radiators. The 15 year
guarantee applies to the heating elements and body of the radiator. A 2 year guarantee is applicable to the
electronics.
The period of guarantee commences with the day of delivery. If within the guarantee period the radiator is
defective due to faulty components we undertake to repair the radiator free of charge.
The guarantee shall not apply to damages caused by natural wear and tear, intentional misuse, non-observance of the operational instructions, connection to incorrect supply voltage, damages caused by corrosion
or rust or use of aggressive cleaning agents.
The purchaser shall not be entitled to any rights and/or remedies under this guarantee if the radiator has
been repaired, or attempted to be repaired, without written authorisation from us or if a part or parts not
supplied by us have been used in a repair.
Any claims for compensation of damages beyond the scope of this guarantee are excluded.
The period of guarantee shall not be renewed or extended by repair or substitute radiator.
The guarantee shall not be transferrable without approval.
All guarantee claims must be accompanied by a relevant test certificate which is supplied with every EHC
Electric Radiator.
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6.
Technical Data
Manual
Model No.
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
EH500.38.63
500W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
1706
380
630
70
22
EH800.38.63
800W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
2730
380
630
70
22
EH1000.68.63
1000W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
3412
680
630
70
36
EH1500.98.63
1500W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
5118
980
630
70
50
EH2000.128.63
2000W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
6824
1280
630
70
62
EH2400.128.63
2400W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
8189
1280
630
70
62
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
Radio Frequency
Model No.
EH500.38.63RF
500W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
1706
380
630
70
22
EH800.38.63RF
800W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
2730
380
630
70
22
EH1000.68.63RF
1000W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
3412
680
630
70
36
EH1500.98.63RF
1500W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
5118
980
630
70
50
EH2000.128.63RF
2000W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
6824
1280
630
70
62
EH2400.128.63RF
2400W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
8189
1280
630
70
62
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
Conservatory radiators
Model No.
EH500.68.34
500W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
1706
680
340
70
21
EH1000.85.34
1000W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
3412
850
340
70
24.5
EH1600.128.34
1600W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
5459
1280
340
70
34.5
EH2000.158.34
2000W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
6824
1580
340
70
38
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
Tall radiators
Model No.
EH1200.38.124
1200W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
4094
380
1240
70
35
EH1800.55.124
1800W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
6142
550
1240
70
58
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
White
4094
640
1020
140
33
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
Towel rail
Model No.
2003.06WE
1200W EHC ELECTRIC TOWEL RADIATOR
Bathroom radiators (IPX4)
Model No.
EH600.38.63IPX4
600W EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
White
2047
380
630
70
22
EH1000.68.63IPX4
1000W EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
White
3412
680
630
70
36
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
White
White
White
White
2047
3412
3412
3412
380
680
680
680
630
630
630
630
70
70
70
70
22
36
36
36
Low surface temperature heaters (max 43°C surface temperature)
Model No.
EH750.68.63
EH750.68.63IPX4
EH1100.98.63
EH1500.128.63
750W
750W
1100W
1500W
EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
When using LST radiators, Additional heating allowances must be made to heat loss calculations due to the lower running
temperature of this radiator type.
Accessories and controls
Model No.
CAST/1
CAST/1
FEET/1
FEET/1
RADSUPP
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S/PACK/1
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TEI 6
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TEI 8
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EHC
10 Way
EHC6W
10 WaY
ConTrol
BoXBOX
EHC
6 Way
CONTROL
7 daY
digiTal
THErmosTaT
EHC
MILUX
R/F ProgrammaBlE
CONTROLLER
r/F THErmosTaT
EHC
R/F DIGITAL THERMOSTAT
TCEnTral
ConTrollEr
EHC
THErmosTaT
digiTal inTEgraTEd
EHC10W
EHC 10 Way CONTROL BOX
The above model nos. are for EHC standard radiators with TEi 1 control.
Following details should be prefixed to the manual model number when
ordering a different type of control:
Tdi dTE i rF
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Page 13
7. TDI Control Instructions
5.
Operating
Setting
the Time
and Day
safety (cont.)
Step 1:Ensure the radiator is in OFF Mode. The
Safety
- Overheat
top left of
the display. Protection
Step 3:
Press the + or – buttons to set the day (1 is Monday, 2 is Tuesd
then press the OK button to confirm.
Step 4:
Press the + or – buttons to set the hour then press OK to confi
Step 5:
Press the + or – buttons to set the minutes then press OK to c
Step 6:
Press the LHS On/Off button once to exit the setting mode.
symbol will be on the
Step 2:Push the
RHS
mode
button
to access
the Time
Day SetFor
your
safety,
this once
appliance
is fitted
withand
thermal
cut-outs. In the event that the
ting. The
days down
the right
side switch
will flash.
product
overheats,
thehand
cut-outs
the radiator off automatically. In the event of
these
cut-outs
inform
installer or the EHC Help Desk.
Step 3:Press the
+ orsafety
– buttons
to setactivating
the day (1please
is Monday,
2 isthe
Tuesday,
etc), then press the OK button to confirm.
Cleaning
STEP 1 - Setting the Desired Room Temperature (Sun Setting)
Step 4:Press the + or – buttons to set the hour then press OK to confirm.
Step 5: Press the + or – buttons to set the minutes then press OK to confirm.
To maintain the external appearance of the radiator itPush
need
only
be
wiped
the On/Off
button
so thatover
the
symbol
disappears and you c
Setting
Temperatures
and Program
see
the
sun
symbol
at the when
top of thethe
display.
occasionally
with
a
dry
duster.
During
the
summer
months,
or
at
other
times
Step 6: Press the LHS On/Off button once to exit the setting mode.
appliance is not is use and is completely cold, the opportunity
should be taken to wipe
Press + or – button to set the desired temperature.
Sun
–
The
sun
setting
is indicated by the sun symbol,
and is the setting
over
with
a
damp
cloth.
typically uses during the day. The sun setting is normally set betwe
Do
not
use
abrasive
cleaning
powders
or
furniture
polish.
Press
the
small
information
button
below
the
i
symbol
on the displa
20° Celsius.
Setting Temperatures and Program
see the actualabove
current room
temperature.
Discoloration of wall finishes can sometimes occur immediately
a radiator
due to
Moon
– Theor
moon
setting
is indicated
by the moon symbol
, and is the s
the properties
of some
and decorating
materials
the
presence
ofuses
Sun – The sun setting
is indicated
by thepaints
sun symbol
setting
the
user
typically
during
the
 and is the
the user generated
typically uses during
the
night
or when the property is vaca
environmental
impurities
in
the
air
(such
as
soot
or
incense
from
the
burning
STEP
1
Setting
the
Desired
Room
Temperature
(Sun
Setting)
day. The sun setting is normally set between 18 and 20° Celsius. short period of time. The moon setting is normally set between
15°
of candles etc.).
Celsius.
Moon – T
he moon setting is indicated by the moon symbol  and is the setting the user typically uses
Push the On/Off button so that the
symbol disappears and you
Frost –period
The
setting
is indicated
snowflake
and is th
during the night or when the property is vacated for a short
time.
The moon
setting
is symbol
seefrost
theofsun
symbol
at by
thethe
top
of the display.
After
Sales
Service
the user typically uses to have the radiator turn off. The frost settin
normally set between 15° and 17° Celsius.
normally
5° Celsius.
Press +set
or –atbutton
to set the desired temperature.
EHC
Electric
radiator
is guaranteed
forsetting
two years
electronics
the for
userthe
typically
uses to
Frost – T
he frostYour
setting
is Combination
indicated by the
snowflake
symbol
 and is the
Press
the small information
button below
fifteen
years
the
radiator
from the
purchase.
We undertake
to the i symbol on the displ
have theand
radiator
turn
off. for
The
frost
settingbody
is normally
setdate
at 5°of
Celsius.
see the actual current room temperature.
exchange or repair free of charge within this period any part found to be defective due
to a manufacturing fault. This guarantee in no way prejudices your rights under
common
law.
STEP 1 – Setting
the Desired
Room Temperature (Sun Setting)
require
salesdisappears
assistance,and
please
the
EHC Help Desk on 01698
Push the On/OffShould
buttonyou
so that
the after
symbol
youcontact
can see
the
STEP
2 - Setting the Frost Protection Temperature (frost settin
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sun symbol  at the top of the display.
Press + or – button to set the desired temperature.
Push the RHS mode button so that the sun symbol
the snowflake symbol
appears.
disappears
- Setting
the Set
(Moon
Symbol)
Press
+ or – button
to Back
set theTemperature
frost protection
temperature.
Press the small information button below the i symbol on the display toSTEP
see3the
the actual current room temperature.
Push
the be
mode
so that
the frost symbol
and
theb
This will
the button
protection
temperature
that thedisappears
room will not
drop
moon
symbol
even when
theappears
radiator is off. Normally 5° or 7° Celsius
Press the + or – button to set the set-back temperature.
STEP 2 – Setting the Frost Protection Temperature (Frost setting)
Set-back temperature is a lower temperature that is usually applied
STEP 2 - Setting the Frost Protection Temperature (frost settin
when the property is vacated for a short period of time (when people
Push the RHS mode button so that the sun symbol  disappears and the
at work), or during the night time (when people are in bed).
Push the RHS mode button so that the sun symbol
disappears
snowflake symbol  appears.
the snowflake symbol
appears.
Press the + or – button to set the frost protection temperature.
If the set-back temperature is being used then the heater will start to
work when the room temperature drops below the chosen setting.
Press the + or – button to set the frost protection temperature.
This will be the protection temperature that the room will not drop below,
This will be the protection temperature that the room will not drop b
even when the radiator is off. Normally 5° or 7° Celsius
even when the radiator is off. Normally 5° or 7° Celsius.
STEP 3 – Setting the Set Back Temperature (Moon Symbol)
Push the mode button so that the frost symbol disappears and the moon
symbol appears 
Press the + or – button to set the set-back temperature.
Set-back temperature is a lower temperature that is usually applied when the
property is vacated for a short period of time (when people are at work), or
during the night time (when people are in bed).
If the set-back temperature is being used then the heater will start to work
when the room temperature drops below the chosen setting.
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12
STEP 4 – Auto Mode
Push the mode button so that the moon symbol
auto symbol appears.
disappears and
symbol.
E.g. most people will use the moon setting while sleeping and or w
they are away from home.
The screen will now show 01:00 in the middle of the screen, it is n
asking what temperature / time setting you require from 01:00 hrs
onwards on that day.
STEP 4 – Auto Mode
6.
Technical Data
Push the mode button so that the moon symbol  disappears and the auto
appears.
Step symbol
3 – Continue
to choose which temperature / time setting you
require be used for each hour of that day. E.g. if you wanted the
In this mode the heater will now follow the temperatures that have been
selected
of the
radiator
to turn for
on atspecific
06:00 hrstimes
you would
press the comfort setting
Sun when the display is showing 06:00hrs and so forth.
day. The heater has a default profile already displayed.
Manual
Model No.
Choosing
a program:
EH500.38.63
500W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
EH800.38.63
White
Step 4 – If you want to copy your temperature / time settings from
Depth
simply
be doneWeight
by pressing and holding th
mm
kg
small OK button on the RHS. You will see the triangle pointer mov
1706 to the 380
630
70
22
next day.
2730
380
630
70
22
White
3412
800W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
Colour
Step
1 – Push the
small button below the PROG symbol.
EH1000.68.63
1000W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
Rating day to
Width
another, Height
this can
BTUs
mm
mm
680
630
70
36
630
70
50
630
70
62
630
70
62
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
EH1500.98.63
EHC00:00
ELECTRIC
RADIATOR
White
5118
980
There1500W
will be
hrs
in the middle of the screen,
a block
flashing
EH2000.128.63
2000W
ELECTRIC
White
68241 (top
1280
on the
left EHC
hand
side RADIATOR
and a triangle pointing to the
number
EH2400.128.63
White
8189
1280
right 2400W
hand EHC
sideELECTRIC
of theRADIATOR
screen).
The heater is asking what the temperature / time selection should
be chosen
from midnight on Monday.
Radio
Frequency
Rating
Model No.
Across the bottom of the screen there are Sun Colour
, Moon 
and
BTUs
EHC
ELECTRIC
RADIATOR
RF
White
1706
EH500.38.63RF
Frost 500W
symbols.

380
630
70
22
EH800.38.63RF
800W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
2730
380
630
70
22
EH1000.68.63RF
1000W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
3412
680
630
70
EH1500.98.63RF
1500W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
5118
980
630
70
50
EH2000.128.63RF
2000W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR RF
White
6824
1280
630
70
62
36
Step 2 –Choose the temperature setting you would like at midnight on a Monday by pressing the small
button under the corresponding symbol.
E.g.
will RADIATOR
use theRFmoon setting whileWhite
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and or 1280
when they
EH2400.128.63RF most
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EHC ELECTRIC
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home.
The screen will now
show 01:00 in the middle of the screen, it is now asking what temperature /
Conservatory
radiators
time setting you require from 01:00 hrs onwards on that day.
Rating
Width
Height
Depth
Weight
Colour
BTUs
mm
mm
mm
kg
500W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
1706
680
340
70
21
1000W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
3412
850
340
70
24.5
2000W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
6824
1580
340
70
38
Model No.
EH500.68.34
Step
3 –Continue to choose which temperature / time setting you require be used for each hour of that
EH1000.85.34
day. E.g. if you wanted the radiator to turn on at 06:00 hrs you would press the comfort setting
1600W EHC ELECTRIC CONSERVATORY RAD
White
5459
1280
340
70
34.5
 Sun when the display is showing 06:00 hrs and so forth.
EH1600.128.34
EH2000.158.34
Step 4 –If you want to copy your temperature / time settings from one day to another, this can simply be
done
by pressing and holding the small OK button on the RHS.
Tall
radiators
moving to the next day.
Model No.
You will see the triangle pointer
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
EH1200.38.124
1200W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
4094
380
1240
70
35
EH1800.55.124
1800W EHC ELECTRIC RADIATOR
White
6142
550
1240
70
58
A
setNo.temperature can be selected for a certain period of time.
Model
Colour
Rating
BTUs
Width
mm
Height
mm
Depth
mm
Weight
kg
2003.06WE
4094
640
1020
140
33
Auto Program Overrides
1. TimerTowel
mode
rail
1200W EHC ELECTRIC TOWEL RADIATOR
White
Step 1 – In the auto mode press the button below the hour glass once.
Step 2 –Set the desired temperature with the buttons below the + and – symbols, then press the OK
Bathroom
radiators (IPX4)
button to confirm.
Rating
Width
Height
Depth
Weight
3412
680
630
70
36
BTUs
mm
mm
kg
Model No.
Step
3 –Set how long the heater is required to run for withColour
the buttons
below
the +mm
and – symbols,
then
EH600.38.63IPX4
600W EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
White
2047
380
630
70
22
press the OK button to confirm.
EH1000.68.63IPX4
1000W EHC ELECTRIC BATHROOM RADIATOR
White
The timer will now countdown the time you have sent. To cancel the timer mode, press the OK button.
Accessories and controls
2. Holiday Mode
Model No.
Model No.
CAST/1
E10SS
EHC RADIATOR CASTORS
SUPREME SAVER HOT
You can set the radiator to be off if you are going to absent from the property.
FEET/1
WATER PROGRAMMER
EHC RADIATOR FEET
Step
1 – Press the
case
button
to select this mode.EHC6W
S/PACK/1
EHC suit
MANUAL
RADIATOR
CONTROLS
EHC 6 Way CONTROL BOX
EHC10W
EHC 10 Way CONTROL BOX
Step 2 – Set the number of days of absence by pressing the + or – buttons,
then confirm by pressing OK.
TEI 6
EHC MILUX R/F CONTROLLER
While
in holidayEHC
mode
the heaters
will keep the room temperature above the frost setting temperature.
TEI 8
R/F DIGITAL
THERMOSTAT
To cancel this mode, press on the OK button again.
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CAREFULLY AND RETAINED FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE. BE SURE TO OBSERVE ALL
LABELS AND WARNINGS ON THE APPLIANCE.
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