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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
OPERATING AND INSTALLATION
DT10RF OPTIMISING PROGRAMMER
DIGISTAT OPTIMISER - Radio frequency controlled programmable room
thermostat with domestic hot water programmer
FOR GREENSTAR CDi AND GREENSTAR Si MODELS
ALSO GREENSTAR i SYSTEM AND GREENSTAR CDi SYSTEM MODELS
(ONLY WHEN USED WITH THE OPTIONAL INTEGRAL DIVERTER VALVE)
Hol Man Auto
Day
UK/IE
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WORCESTER, BOSCH GROUP:
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING
TECHNICAL
08705 266241
SERVICE
08457 256206
SPARES
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THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE APPLICABLE TO
THE WORCESTER BOSCH MODEL(S) STATED ON THE FRONT COVER OF THIS MANUAL
ONLY AND MUST NOT BE USED WITH ANY
OTHER MAKE OR MODEL
LITERATURE
01905 752556
TRAINING
01905 752526
SALES
01905 752640
WEBSITE
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THESE INSTRUCTIONS APPLY IN THE UK
ONLY AND SHOULD BE FOLLOWED EXCEPT
FOR ANY STATUTORY OBLIGATION
IF YOU ARE IN ANY DOUBT CONTACT
WORCESTER BOSCH TECHNICAL
HELPLINE
THIS ACCESSORY MUST BE FITTED BY A
COMPETENT PERSON. FAILURE TO COMPLY
COULD LEAD TO PROSECUTION.
LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE
USER OR AT THE APPLIANCE.
SYMBOLS
Domestic Hot Water
Radio Frequency (RF) Transmitter
PROTECT YOUR ENVIRONMENT
PROPER BATTERY RECYCLING
Electronic devices and batteries, rechargeable
or not, should not be disposed of into ordinary
household waste. Instead, they must be
recycled properly to protect the environment
and cut down the waste of precious
resources. Your local waste management
authority can supply details concerning the
proper disposal of batteries.
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ABBREVIATIONS
CH
=
Central Heating
DHW =
Domestic Hot Water
RF
=
Radio Frequency
DLS
=
Daylight Saving
BST
=
British Summer Time
GMT
=
Greenwich Mean Time
C
=
Celsius (Centigrade)
IP
=
Ingress Protection
V
=
Volt
m
=
metre
mA
=
milliAmpere
DEFINITIONS (DLS/BST)
Summer time begins: Last Sunday in March at
1:00 am GMT (Clocks are put forward by 1 hour)
Summer time ends: Last Sunday in October at
2:00 am BST (Clocks are put back by 1 hour)
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CONTENTS
TECHNICAL DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
DIGISTAT TRANSMITTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
DIGISTAT OPERATING CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
PRE-PROGRAMMED SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
ADJUSTING TIME AND TEMPERATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
DIGISTAT / USER OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
RECEIVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
OPERATING CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
PRE-SET PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
PROGRAMMABLE SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
RECEIVER INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
DIGISTAT INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
SETTING UP THE RF LINK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
CANCEL SIGNAL STRENGTH MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
MOUNTING THE DIGISTAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
CHECK PREVIOUSLY INSTALLED UNITS . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
DIGISTAT / INSTALLER OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
BATTERY CHANGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
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TECHNICAL DATA
DESCRIPTION
Dimensions
UNITS
DT10RF Receiver Digistat Transmitter
mm
--
Electrical supply
V
24
3
Radio frequency
MHz
433
433
Radio signal range
137 x 96.5 x 31.3
The range may be affected by the composition / density and
number of walls between the Digistat RF and receiver.
30 metres typically, through two internal plasterboard walls and
a ceiling.
26 metres typically, through three internal plasterboard walls
and a ceiling.
17 metres typically, through two internal plasterboard walls a
ceiling and one external cavity wall.
These distances are provided for guidance only, many factors
can affect the range of the transmitter, including metal
pipework, appliances and even furniture.
Temperature range
°C
5 to 32
Ambient operating temperature
°C
0 to +50
0 to +40
Ambient storage temperature
°C
--
-20 to +55
% non condensing
up to 45°C
30 to 95
25 to 90
II
II
IP
24
30
sec/day
better than ±1
--
years
N/A
approx. 2
10
Humidity operating range
Class of operation
Degrees of protection
Accuracy at 25°C
Battery life (with alkaline batteries)
Battery back up time and date
5 to 32
years min.
10
Shortest switching period
minutes
1
1
Hot water pre-heat settings
number
3 ON / 3 OFF
--
Central heating settings
number
--
6
days
7
7
Hot water and Central heating programs
EC Directives:
European Union Law Directive 2000/84/EC
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC)
EC Marking Directive (93/68/EEC)
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STANDARD PACKAGE:
Programmable / RF receiver
Remote RF transmitter
Screws (x2)
Wall Plugs (x2)
Instructions
Batteries (x2) AA Alkaline
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GENERAL INFORMATION
PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTATS
What is a programmable room thermostat?
A programmable room thermostat is both a programmer and a room thermostat. A programmer
allows you to set ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods to
suit your own lifestyle.
A room thermostat works by sensing the air temperature, switching on the heating when the air
temperature falls below the thermostat setting,
and switching it off once this set temperature has
been reached.
So, a programmable room thermostat lets you
choose what times you want the heating to be
on, and what temperature it should reach while it
is on. It will allow you to select different temperatures in your home at different times of the day
(and days of the week) to meet your particular
needs.
If your heating system is a boiler with radiators,
there will usually be only one programmable room
thermostat to control the whole house.
But you can have different temperatures in individual rooms by installing thermostatic radiator
valves (TRVs) on individual radiators.
If you don’t have TRVs, you should choose a temperature that is reasonable for the whole house. If
you do have TRVs, you can choose a slightly
higher setting to make sure that even the coldest
room is comfortable, then prevent any overheating in other rooms by adjusting the TRVs.
Programmable room thermostats need a free flow
of air to sense the temperature, so they must not
be covered by curtains or blocked by furniture.
Nearby fires, televisions, wall or table lamps may
prevent the thermostat from working properly.
Turning a programmable room thermostat to a
higher setting will not make the room heat up any
faster. How quickly the room heats up depends
on the design of the heating system, for example,
the size of boiler and radiators.
Neither does the setting affect how quickly the
room cools down.
Turning a programmable room thermostat to a
lower setting will result in the room being controlled at a lower temperature, and saves energy.
The way to set and use your programmable room
thermostat is to find the lowest temperature settings that you are comfortable with at the different times you have chosen, and then leave it
alone to do its job.
The best way to do this is to set low temperatures first, say 18°C, and then turn them up by
one degree each day until you are comfortable
with the temperatures.
You won’t have to adjust the thermostat further.
Any adjustments above these settings may waste
energy.
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DIGISTAT OPTIMISER
OPERATING CONTROLS
Digistat Optimising Programmer
The Digistat Optimising Programmer has factory set programs for ON/OFF periods for central heating
which are described on the following pages.
These factory installed settings can be used without any further programming.
Clock Setting
The Digistat Optimising Programmer is fitted with a real-time clock, which is pre-set at the factory.
You will not have to set the time.
A special feature of this real-time clock is to automatically update the time during the summer/winter time
change removing the need to manually alter the clock.
Days
Temperature
see note
+ or - buttons for
setting adjustment
Day indicator
Flame shows
when calling
for heat
Time
mode
indicator
Holiday, Manual,
Auto, Day mode
Left hand button < moves
pointer to the left for selection
Right hand button > moves the
pointer to the right, selects and
accepts changes
Clock mode
NOTE: The temperature displayed is actual room temperature unless adjusting the + or - button
when the set temperature is displayed. Once adjustment is complete and after a 5 second
delay the display will return to the actual room temperature.
General Operation
With the unit in Auto mode (the small arrow to bottom of screen will point to Auto) the temperature can be
changed for a short time by using the + or - buttons. Changing the temperature in this way will keep the
Programmer set to your new temperature until the next pre-programmed event (at which time it will revert
to programmed temperature). The temperature you are setting will flash on the screen. Once temperature
is set, the unit will revert to showing the current temperature. The flame indicator will show on the screen if
the heating is turned on.
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PRE-PROGRAMMED SETTINGS
The Digistat Optimising Programmer
This is a 5-2 Day / 7 Day programmable thermostat product. 5–2 day allows you to set a program
for weekdays and a program for the weekend.
Full 7-day functionality allows you to set a different
program for every day of the week.
Each program type allows you to set 6 time and
temperature events.
Pre-set Program 1
The following default settings are pre-programmed
for your convenience:
Event
Time
Temp.
1
2
3
4
5
6
06:30 08:30 12:00 14:00 16:30 22:30
20
Event
1
Time
7:00
Temp.
20
16
16
16
21
7
2
3
4
5
6
9:00 12:00 14:00 16:00 23:30
18
21
18
21
7
Monday - Friday
As shown, at 06:30 , the heating will come on to
raise the temperature to 20°C. At 08:30, the
temperature set point is dropped from 20°C down
to16°C, it stays at 16°C throughout the day, until
16:30 when the temperature increases to 21°C.
The temperature then drops down to a night-setback temperature of 7°C until 06:30 when the
cycle repeats for the next day. (Monday to Friday)
For changes to weekend setting see below.
Saturday - Sunday
As shown, at 07:00, the heating will come on to
raise the temperature to 20°C. At 09:00, the
temperature set point is dropped from 20°C down
to18°C, it stays at 18°C until 12:00 when the
heating comes on to raise the temperature to
21°C. The temperature stays at 21°C until 14:00
when it drops down to 18°C.
At 16:30 the heating comes on to raise the
temperature to 21°C where it stays until 23:00
when the temperature then drops down to a nightsetback temperature of 7°C until 07:00 when the
cycle repeats for the next day. (Saturday and
Sunday) or changes to weekday settings see
above.
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ADJUSTING TIMES & TEMPERATURES
Digistat Optimising Programmer 5-2 Day operation:
1. With the product operating as normal in Auto mode press
> once.
The display will flash the Monday to Friday day indicators.
2. Press > once, the display will be as shown.
The time will be flashing.
3. Use + or – buttons to adjust 1st time as required.
4. When the time has been set, press >.
The temperature display will be flashing
5. Use + or – buttons to adjust required temperature.
6. Press > to confirm and move to next time and temperature
periods to be adjusted confirm changes by pressing > button.
(max 6 time periods).
NOTE: The small 1 in lower half of screen shows time period
being set. e.g. 1=1st period, 2 = 2nd period etc.
1=1st time
period
7. When the last weekday temperature has been set press >
once to confirm and allow adjustment of the weekend
program.
8. Use + and – buttons and > button to set the 6 periods for
the weekend program.
9. When the final temperature has been set press > to
confirm.
10. To exit press < or > until you return to auto mode with
bottom arrow pointing at Auto.
OR
Auto
mode indicator
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PROGRAMMABLE SETTINGS
ADJUSTING TIMES & TEMPERATURES
To change temperature for a short period (Override):
1. Press + or - buttons to adjust set temperature.
Set temperature flashing as shown.
OR
2. After 5 seconds the Digistat will start controlling at selected
set point but displays actual room temperature.
Two chevrons indicates override mode.
2 chevrons indicate override mode
3. To exit override press > once or wait until next change in
the pre-set program (i.e. when period 5, in this case,
becomes period 6).
Reverts to 1
chevron
To set a constant room temperature
(Manual mode):
1. Press < once, the display shows temperature flashing
(e.g. 20°C).
2. Press + or - buttons to adjust the temperature as required.
The temperature will stop flashing after 5 seconds and start
controlling at this temperature.
OR
3. Press > once, to return to auto mode.
Digistat Optimising Programmer 7-Day operation:
1. With the product operating as normal in Auto mode press
> once.
2. Press + button until the display is flashing as shown.
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3. Press > once, the display will be as shown. The time will be
flashing.
OR
4. Use + or – buttons to adjust 1st time as required.
5. When the time has been set, press >.
OR
6. Use + or – buttons to adjust required temperature (shown
flashing).
Repeat above steps 3-6 until the 6 periods have been set for
Monday. The small 1 in lower half of screen shows time
period is being set. e.g. 1=1st period, 2 = 2nd period etc.
1=1st time
period
7. When Monday has been set.
Repeat steps 3-6 until all 7 days of the week have been set.
1
8. When the final temperature has been set press > to confirm settings.
9.To exit press < or > until you return to auto mode with the
bottom arrow pointing at Auto.
OR
Auto
mode indicator
To set holiday mode:
1. Press < twice, the display shows time flashing.
OR
Holiday 2
mode indicator
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Time periods between 1 to 23(Hr) hours and 1 to 199(d)
days can be set.
2. Press + or - buttons to adjust the count down time as
required.
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3. Press > once to confirm, the display will show temperature
flashing.
OR
4. Press + or - buttons to adjust temperature and press > to
start holiday count down time.
Alternatively after 10 seconds the temperature will stop flashing
and holiday count down time will start.
Display shows count down time and ambient room
temperature.
5. To exit the holiday mode press the < or > once, to return to
auto.
OR
Auto
mode indicator
To switch the thermostat OFF:
Press the + and – simultaneously for 5 seconds until the OFF is
displayed. The thermostat and heating system will now be OFF
unless the temperature in the controlled space falls below 7°C,
the frost protection set point.
5 sec
Please note this does not affect the operation of the domestic
hot water where provided. To switch ON the thermostat, press
any key to return to auto mode.
User Options
User Options (shown in table on page 10) can be accessed
from Auto or Man by pressing < and > simultaneously for
3 seconds.
When you have accessed the User Options Menu press > to
scroll through selectable options.
The settings for each option can be changed by pressing + or as required.
Pressing > accepts the change and moves to the next option.
NOTE: To exit User Options press < and >simultaneously
for 3 seconds.
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Alternatively, not pressing any buttons for 2 minutes will cause
the Programmer to return to Auto.
This figure opposite shows option “01 24” (24 hour clock).
Only options that have been accepted by pressing > will be
changed.
Option
Description of Option
Min Max Default
01
Change clock 12h/24h
12
24
24
02
Change pre-set program
1
3
1
03
Change number of program
events per day
2,4 or 6
6
04
Switch on/off Daylight
Savings Time change
05
Adjust date and time
06
Change temperature offset °C
-5
5
0
07
Restore pre-set program
On
Off
Off
08
Disable OFF function
On
Off
On
09
Access protection lock
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Factory set
Option 01 Change from 24hr to 12hr clock.
1. Enter user options by pressing < and > simultaneously for 3
seconds.
Option
setting
2. Select option 01 by pressing > until 01 appears.
3. Use + and – keys to select desired option setting, 12 = 12hr
and 24 = 24hr.
Press > to accept change.
Option select
Option 02 Change to program 1, 2 or 3.
1. Enter user options by pressing < and > simultaneously for 3
seconds.
Option
setting
2. Select option 02 by pressing > until 02 appears.
3. Use + and – keys to select desired program 1, 2 or 3.
1 = program 1, 2 = program 2, 3 = program 3
Option select
Press > to accept change.
Preset programs 2 and 3 are shown on page 10 and 11.
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Pre-set Program 2 (Home for lunch)
Monday to Friday
Event
Time
Temperature
1
2
3
4
5
6
6:30 8:30 12:00 14:00 16:30 22:30
21
16
21
16
21
10
At 06:30 the heating raises the temperature to 21°C. At 08:30,
the temperature set point is dropped to 16°C, until 12:00 when
the heating raises the temperature to 21°C. The temperature stays
at 21°C until 14:00 when it drops to 16°C. At 16:30 the heating
raises the temperature to 21°C where it stays until 22:30 when
the temperature drops down to a night setback temperature of
10°C until 06:30 when the cycle repeats the next day.
Saturday to Sunday
Event
Time
Temperature
1
2
3
4
5
6
7:00 9:00 12:00 14:00 16:30 23:00
21
18
21
18
21
16
At 7:00, the heating raises the temperature to 21°C. At 9:00, the
temperature set point is dropped to 18°C, it stays at 18°C
until12:00 when the heating raises the temperature to 21°C. The
temperature stays at 21°C until 14:00 when it drops down to
18°C. At 16:30 the heating raises the temperature to 21°C
where it stays until 23:00 when the temperature drops down to
a night setback temperature of 10°C until 07:00 when the cycle
repeats the next day.
Pre-set Program 3 (Home Worker)
Monday to Friday
Event
Time
Temperature
1
2
3
4
5
6
6:00 8:30 12:00 14:00 17:30 22:30
21
19
21
19
21
16
As you can see, at 06:00, the heating will come on to raise the
temperature to 21°C. At 08:30, the temperature set point is
dropped to 19°C, it stays at 19°C until 12:00 when the heating
comes on to raise the temperature to 21°C. The temperature
stays at 21°C until 14:00 when it drops to 19°C. At 17:30 the
heating comes on to raise the temperature to 21°C where it
stays until 22:30 when the temperature drops down to a night
setback temperature of 16°C until 06:00 when the cycle repeats
the next day.
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Saturday to Sunday
Event
Time
Temperature
1
2
3
4
5
6
7:00 9:00 12:00 14:00 16:30 22:00
21
18
21
18
21
16
As you can see, at 7:00, the heating will come on to raise the
temperature to 21°C. At 9:00, the temperature set point is lowered
to 18°C, it stays at 18°C until 12:00 when the heating comes on
to raise the temperature to 21°C. The temperature stays at 21°C
until 14:00 when it is lowered to 18°C. At 16:30 the heating
comes on to raise the temperature to 21°C where it stays until
23:00 when the temperature is lowered to a night setback temperature of 16°C until 07:00 when the cycle repeats the next day.
Option 03 How to change the number of program events
per day.
Program
setting
1. Enter user options by pressing < and > simultaneously for 3
seconds.
2. Select option 03 by pressing > until 03 appears.
3. Use + and – keys to select option. 2 = 2 time / temp events
per day, 4 = 4 time / temp events per day, 6 = 6 time / temp
events per day.
Option select
Press > to accept change.
Option 04 How to switch on/off the automatic summer /
winter time change.
On/Off
setting
Twice a year the actual time is automatically changed to keep it in
line with the summer / winter time change. Default setting is On.
If you wish to disable / enable this feature:
1. Enter user options by pressing < and > simultaneously for 3
seconds.
Option select
2. Select option 04 by pressing > until 04 appears.
3. Press – or + key to display Off or On as desired.
Press > to accept change.
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USER OPTIONS
Date and time setting.
The DT10RF OPTIMISING PROGRAMMER comes with a pre-set
clock, which also automatically adjusts for daylight saving time
changes. It is activated automatically on 1st installation. There
should be no need to change these
settings, however, should
you wish to, it can be done in Option 05.
Option 05 How to adjust date and time.
1. Enter user options by pressing < and > simultaneously for 3
seconds.
2. Select option 05 by pressing > until 05 appears.
3. To access the year press > once and the year selection is
displayed.
Use the + or - key to select the required year and
press > to accept the change.
The month selection is now displayed.
4. Use the + or - key to select the required month and
press > to accept the change.
The day selection is now displayed.
5. Use the + or - key to select the required day and
press > to accept the change.
The time selection is now displayed.
6. Use the + or - key to select the required time and
press > to accept the change.
Option 6 is now displayed.
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NOTE: Option 5 must be completed or at least “stepped
through” using the > key before option 6 can be
accessed
Option 06 How to change temperature offset.
The temperature displayed on the thermostat may not match that
of other temperature measuring devices in the controlled space,
because of its location.
The displayed temperature may be offset to bring it in line with
other devices.
Option select
1. To adjust the temperature, enter the user options by pressing
< and > simultaneously for 3 seconds.
2. Select option 06 by pressing > until 06 appears.
Temperature
setting
3. The temperature may be offset by +/- 5 degrees by pressing
the + and – keys.
Press > to accept the desired change.
Option 07 How to restore the built in time temperature
programs.
NOTE: Switching this option on will delete any user changes to
the preset programs.
On/Off
setting
1. Enter the user options by pressing < and > simultaneously for
3 seconds.
2. Select option 07 by pressing > until 07 appears.
3. Use + and – keys to select desired option.
Option select
Off = current programs retained.
On = restore factory program settings.
Press > to select the desired change.
The option 07 display automatically reverts back to off.
Option 08 How to disable the OFF function.
1. To disable the Off function, enter user options by pressing
< and > simultaneously for 3 seconds.
On/Off
setting
2. Select option 08 by pressing > until 08 appears.
3. Use + or – keys to select Off.
Press > to accept change.
Option select
It is now not possible to switch the Digistat Off using the + andkeys as previously described.
To enable the Off function return to option 08 and select On.
Press > to accept change.
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USER OPTIONS
Option 09 How to lock the key pad - Access Protection
Lock.
On/Off
setting
The access protection lock allows you to lock the Digistat
Optimiser so that it cannot have any adjustments.
The default is Off mode allowing you to adjust the Digistat.
1. To Lock the Digistat settings enter the user options by
pressing < and > simultaneously for 3 seconds.
Option select
2. Select option 09 by pressing > until 09 appears.
3. Use + or – keys to select On.
Press > to accept.
Once the User Options Menu is exited all buttons will be
locked.
4. To switch off the Protection Lock enter the user options by
pressing < and > simultaneously for 3 seconds.
On/Off
setting
5. Change to Off.
Press > to accept.
Once the User Menu is exited all buttons will be free to
adjust.
Together
NOTE: To exit User Options press < and >
simultaneously for 3 seconds.
3 sec
Special Note:
The following only applies when the Intelligent delayed start feature is enabled.
Ask your installer for details
When the delay period is operating indicated by the flame symbol flashing, pressing any button returns the
DT10RF OPTIMISING PROGRAMMER to auto mode allowing normal button operation until the next
time/temperature event, when it will resume the delay start mode or follows the Holiday, Manual, Override or
Off modes as selected.
Changes to the installer options and pre-set programmes must be made with the flame symbol not flashing
What is Intelligent delayed start.
The Intelligent Delayed Start is an energy saving feature which automatically reduces the warm up time for
the heating system.
As the weather becomes milder, Intelligent Start will delay the heating start times so that the fuel is not
wasted bringing the room up to temperature earlier than necessary.
NOTE: See page 31for further information and set up details.
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OPERATING CONTROLS
DT10RF Receiver Programmer
The Programmer has factory set programs for
ON/OFF periods for hot water pre-heat, which are
described on the following pages.
This section also details how to program the
DT10RF Receiver with new weekday and weekend
times to suit your lifestyle requirements.
These factory installed settings can be used without
any further programming.
How to set the clock, time and date, is also given,
but should not require adjustment as these are
factory set.
A holiday function is also provided, where you can
set the number of days that you are away on holiday.
The boiler will provide frost protection for those
number of days.
After that set number of days the boiler will revert to
the normal operating program, ready for your return
from holiday.
Mode indicator
Modes
Hot water preheat ON light
Hot water pre-heat
select button, moves
the mode indicator up
and down to select and
accept changes
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Hot water preheat advance
button, when
pressed brings
forward the next
ON/Off period.
Setting clock, date,
time, program and
holiday function
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+/- changes
ON/OFF times
Press to accept each
program setting
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OPERATING CONTROLS
Hot Water:
1. Press select button to choose
off = constantly OFF
timed = up to 3 ON and 3 OFF time periods as
programmed
once = ON from first ON until third OFF time
period as programmed
See table overleaf for details of program
on = constantly ON
2. Press “advance” button:
ON = hot water pre-heat light on
(hot water pre-heat stays on until
next off time period)
OFF = hot water pre-heat light off
(hot water pre-heat stays off until
next on time period)
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PRE-SET PROGRAMS
NOTE: The ON/OFF periods pre-programmed for
Hot Water pre-heat are shown in the
table opposite.
The factory installed settings can be used
without any further programming of the
receiver.
The date and time are pre-programmed
and should not require adjustment.
If you need to restore the factory pre-set
program times then:
Press the + and - buttons together, for at
least 3 seconds, to restore the default
program times.
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Hot Water:
MON to FRI
Time 06:30 08:30 12:00 12:00 16:30 22:30
SAT & SUN
Time 07:00 09:00 12:00 12:00 16:00 23:00
NOTE: Two ON/OFF periods can be used
instead of three, by setting the second
ON/OFF periods to 12:00 as shown in
the default program table.
One ON/OFF period can be achieved by setting
the second and third ON/OFF periods to the
same time.
See RECEIVER PROGRAMMABLE SETTINGS
if changes are required to the clock time or preprogrammed settings.
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PROGRAMMABLE SETTINGS
SETTING MON - FRI
1. Press set? until SET and PROG? are shown
in the display. Press OK to select PROG to
continue with programming.
2. Press OK to select MON-FRI.
3. Press OK to select ON time.
NOTE: Speed up the display by holding down
the + or - buttons.
4. Press + or - to change the ON time.
5. Press set? to set the ON time and select the
OFF time.
6. Press + or - to change the OFF time.
7. Press set? to set the OFF time and select the
next ON time.
Repeat operations 4 to 7 to set the second and
third ON/OFF times.
NOTE: After pressing set? for the third hot
water pre-heat OFF time the display
shows SET MON ...see next page
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Setting individual weekdays:
NOTE: If you do not require individual weekday
times, then press set? until SET SAT-SUN
is displayed and continue on the next page.
If you do not wish to change the setting for the day
displayed, then press set? until the first day you
want to change is displayed.
1. Press OK to select weekday.
2. Press OK to select first ON time.
NOTE: Speed up the display by holding down
the + or - buttons.
3. Press + or - to change the ON time.
4. Press set? to set the ON time and select the
OFF time.
5. Press + or - to change the OFF time.
6. Press set? to set the OFF time and select the
next ON time.
Repeat operations 3 to 6 to set the second and third
ON/OFF times.
NOTE: After pressing set? for the third OFF time,
SET and the next weekday are displayed
after completing the steps above for FRI the
display shows SET SAT-SUN.
see next page....
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Setting SAT - SUN:
1. Press OK to select weekend.
NOTE: Speed up the display by holding down
the + or - buttons.
2. Press + or - to change the ON time.
3. Press set? to set the ON time and select the
OFF time.
4. Press + or - to change the OFF time.
5. Press set? to set the OFF time and select the
next ON time.
Repeat operations 2 to 5 to set the second and third
ON/OFF times.
NOTE: After pressing set? for the third OFF time,
SET SAT are displayed....
If you do not require individual weekend
times, then press set? until the normal
display is resumed.
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Setting individual weekend days:
NOTE: If you do not require individual weekend
times, then press set? until the normal display is shown.
If you do not wish to change the setting for SAT,
then press set? until the normal display is shown.
1. Press OK to select the day displayed.
NOTE: Speed up the display by holding down
the + or - buttons.
2. Press + or - to change the ON time.
3. Press set? to set the ON time and select the
OFF time.
4. Press + or - to change the OFF time.
5. Press set? to set the OFF time and select the
next ON time.
Repeat operations 2 to 5 to set the second and third
ON/OFF times.
NOTE: After pressing set? for the third hot water
pre-heat off time for SAT, the display will
show SET SUN. Press OK to set SUN or
press set? until the display returns to normal
mode.
Holiday settings
1. Press the set? button until SET and HDAY are
displayed.
2. Press OK, the display shows 00.
3. Press + or - to set the number of days you require
the system to be off.
4. Press set? then HDAY is shown in the display
and no demand for heating will be made from the
programmer. The programmer will return to normal
after the set number of days.
To cancel the Holiday setting and return to normal
operation, press any button.
NOTE: The programmer counts each pass through
midnight as a day.
For example, if you did not want heating
from Saturday morning until Tuesday
morning, set for three days.
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PROGRAMMABLE SETTINGS
Setting the clock and time
1. Press the set? button until SET and CLOCK are
displayed.
2. Press OK.
3. Press + to switch between 24hr and 12hr display.
4. Press set? to set the clock and the hours display
flashes.
5. Press + or - to set the correct hour.
NOTE: Speed up the display by holding down
the + or - buttons.
6. Press the set? button to accept the correct hour
and minutes display flashes.
7. Press + or - to set the correct minutes.
8. Press the set? button to accept the correct
minutes. Now SET and DATE will be displayed.
NOTE: If the day displayed is incorrect the date
needs resetting. To change the date, refer to
SETTING THE DATE on the next page.
If you do not wish to change the date, press
set? to return to the normal display.
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Setting the date
NOTE: If the day displayed is incorrect, the date
needs resetting as follows:
1. Press the set? button until SET and DATE are
displayed.
2. Press the OK button once, the year will flash on
the display.
3. Press + or - to correct the year.
4. Press the set? button and the month will flash on
the display.
5. Press + or - to correct the month.
6. Press the set? button and the day will flash on
the display.
7. Press + or - to correct the day.
8. Press the set? button, the DLS and ON will flash
on the display.
9. Press + or - to set for ON or OFF
10. Press set? twice to return to the normal display.
NOTE: DLS = Day Light Saving time
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INSTALLATION
Panel
Screw
Clips
DANGER: 230 VOLTS
DO NOT TOUCH THE
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
OR CIRCUITS
CAUTION:
ISOLATE THE MAINS ELECTRICITY
SUPPLY BEFORE STARTING ANY
WORK AND OBSERVE ALL RELEVANT
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Tab
OBSERVE ELECTRO-STATIC
DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS.
DO NOT TOUCH THE PCB CIRCUIT
Blanking
plate
NOTE: THIS ACCESSORY MUST BE FITTED
BY A COMPETENT PERSON.
FAILURE TO COMPLY COULD LEAD
TO PROSECUTION.
Receiver
Recess
1. Remove the boiler outer casing and control
panel fascia to gain access to the heatronic
control panel.
Release the securing screws.
Pull the cover panel upwards to remove.
Grip the tab and pull upwards to disengage
clips, pull forward to remove blanking plate or
existing programmer.
2. Align connector pins into the sockets on the
PCB and push fully home.
Feed the ribbon cable into the recess.
Ribbon cable
Connector plug
Screw
Clips
Tab
3. Align the programmer and locate the clips,
push into the slots then downwards to secure.
Locate the cover panel in place and secure
with the screw.
Replace fascia cover and outer casing before
switching on the electrical supply and boiler.
Switch boiler on when completed.
Refer to the User Instructions section for
details of pre-set and setting programs.
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DIGISTAT / DT10RF RECEIVER
SETTING UP THE RF LINK
Receiver set up:
After initial start up, the colon, CH and antenna
symbols should be flashing on the display.
1. Press the set? button 4 times
2. Press the OK button once
3. Press the set? button 4 times; Lrn and OFF
should be displayed
4. Press the + button so the display shows ON and
a flashing antenna symbol. The learn mode is now
ready to receive a signal from the transmitter
during the next two minutes.
Transmitter set up:
Digistat Optimiser
1. Take the Digistat Programmer unit and stand near
the boiler.
2. Remove the battery cover and fit the batteries.
Transmitter battery compartment
How to fit the batteries
Remove the battery cover using a coin. Insert 2 x
1.5V (AA) Alkaline batteries ensuring correct orientation. Replace the battery cover pressing fully home.
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3. The symbols on the receiver will stop flashing and
the display will show ‘SSI, Antenna and ON’.
4. Press ‘SET’ and the display will show ‘SSI and
Antenna’.
5. After a few seconds the display will show ‘- - -’.
Transmitter code
(may be different)
Signal strength indicators
LED indicator shows different colour depending
on signal strength (see table below)
LED Indication
Chevrons
Green
4
RF Strength
Very strong
Amber
3
Strong
Red
2
Weak
None
1
Very weak
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6. Remove the batteries from the transmitter and
wait for the display to fade. Press and hold the ‘+’
button while re-inserting the batteries and keep
the button depressed until the display shows ‘rF’.
The transmitter is now in constant transmission
mode enabling it to be correctly positioned within
the home.
7. The receiver display will now show the ‘learnt’
transmitter code and the antenna’ as well as the
signal strength as indicated by the chevrons on
the right hand side of the display.
8. Place the transmitter in the desired final position
and return to the boiler to check the receiver
display. The ideal transmitter position will result in
the receiver display showing 4 chevrons and the
LED will be green.
For siting advice refer to “Positioning RF room
thermostat on page 28.
9. If the LED is red or no LED is showing and the
display indicates 1 or 2 chevrons, the transmitter
will need to be re-positioned until the LED
changes to amber or green and 3 or 4 chevrons
are indicated on the display.
NOTE: If there is no LED and the display shows
‘- - -’, there is no signal being received at all from
the transmitter. Transmission will resume once the
transmitter is re-positioned in a part of the house
where an amber or green LED and 3 or 4
chevrons are achieved.
10. Once you are happy that, when in the desired
location, the transmitter is sending a good signal
to the receiver i.e. amber or green and 3 or 4
chevrons, the transmitter can be fixed to the wall.
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MOUNTING THE DIGISTAT
To cancel signal strength mode:
1. Remove the batteries fron the transmitter to
cancel the constant transmission.
2. After a few seconds the receiver display will
show ‘---’ .
3. Press ‘OK’ on the receiver display and the display
will return to the time with the ‘CH and Antenna’
flashing.
4. Re-insert the batteries into the transmitter and the
RF link will be re-established.
Positioning RF room thermostats
The Digistat is a radio frequency device which is
very flexible for positioning as there is no need for
hard wiring to the appliance. The device should be
mounted in a open area, no closer than 30cm from
metal objects, including wall boxes.
Mount the Digistat on a wall which is not subject to
direct sunlight or draughts, preferably on an inside
wall, 1.5 metres above the floor. The Digistat must
also not be directly influenced by radiators or other
appliances giving off heat.
Mounting the digistat
1. Remove the front cover using a flat screwdriver
and separate from back plate.
2. Fix the back plate directly onto the wall using
suitable wall plugs and screws.
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TO CHECK PREVIOUSLY
INSTALLED UNIT
3. Replace the front cover by locating in position and
pushing fully onto the back cover.
To check signal strength on previously
installed and paired units :
1. Press the ‘set’ button 4 times.
2. Press ‘OK’ once.
3. Press the ‘set’ button 5 times. The display will
show ‘SSI and OFF’.
4. Press the ‘+’ button so that the display shows
‘SSI, Antenna and ON’.
5. Press the ‘set’ button so the display shows ‘SSI
and Antenna’.
6. After a few seconds the display will show ‘---’.
7. Remove the batteries from the transmitter and wait
until the display has faded away
.
8. Press and hold the ‘+’ button on the transmitter
while re-inserting the batteries and keep the
button depressed until the display shows ‘rF’ .
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Signal strength indicators
LED indicator shows different colour depending
on signal strength (see table right)
9. Check the receiver LED and chevrons to
determine the signal strength now being received.
LED Indication
Chevrons
Green
4
RF Strength
Very strong
Amber
3
Strong
Red
2
Weak
None
1
Very weak
To cancel signal strength mode:
1. Remove the batteries fron the transmitter to
cancel the constant transmission.
2. After a few seconds the receiver display will show
‘---’ .
3. Press ‘OK’ on the receiver display and the display
will return to the time with the ‘CH and Antenna’
flashing.
4. Re-insert the batteries into the transmitter and the
RF link will be re-established.
Digistat Optimiser
During normal operation
The LED on the receiver will flash red, approximately
every 5 minutes. This denotes that a radio signal
is being received from the transmitter.
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INSTALLER OPTIONS
Installer Options
1. If you wish to change any of the Installer Options
as shown in the table below, enter the Installer
Option Menu from Auto mode by pressing:
< and + simultaneously for 5 seconds.
Pressing < and + again for 5 seconds will exit the
Menu and return to Auto mode.
Once the Installer Options screen has been selected,
the < and > buttons allow you to scroll through
the Menu (shown below). The + and - allow you to
change values.
Once a value has been changed pressing > before
exiting the Menu will save the new setting. (The
figure shows Option 02 OFF).
Installer
Options
02
Function
Freeze protection
Select
Option
On
Off
Default
On
Option 02 - Freeze Protection
Freeze protection will switch on the heating if the room
temperature falls to 5°C and will then control the
temperature at 7°C even if the Digistat is in OFF mode.
The Freeze Protection default is ON.
To switch off the Freeze Protection mode enter the
Installer Options Menu (Refer to Installer Options 02)
and change to OFF. Press > to accept.
Installer
Options
Function
04
Low Set Point C
05
High Set Point C
Installer
Options
06
Function
Select
Option
5
Default
High
Limit
5
Low 32
Limit
Select
Option
Delayed Start (Energy On
saving feature
32
Default
Off
Off
Option 04 & 05 - Low and High Limit set points.
The user temperature set points defaults are High
32°C and Low 5°C, to change these limits enter the
Installer Options Menu (Refer to Installer Options 04
& 05).
Option 06 - Intelligent Delayed Start
(Energy saving feature).
The Intelligent Delayed Start is an energy saving
feature which automatically reduces the warm up time
for the heating system.
If enabled, the start time should be set an hour
earlier than the time you want the property to reach
the set temperature.
Intelligent Start will delay that start time, by an
amount that it has calculated based on the actual and
set temperature.
As the weather becomes milder, the start time is
delayed, so that fuel is not wasted bringing the room
up to temperature earlier than necessary.
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The Digistat calculates approximately 10 minutes to
raise the temperature by 1°C, up to a maximum of 6°C.
Note:
Intelligent Delayed Start only applies in Auto mode.
Intelligent Delayed Start default is in OFF mode.
To switch ON Intelligent Delayed Start enter the
Installer Options Menu (see Installer Options 06).
Note:
The Intelligent Delayed start option is not suitable
for underfloor application.
Ensure Installer option 06 is set to OFF before final
commissioning for underfloor application.
Special Note:
If the Intelligent delayed start feature is
enabled, (Off changed to On in Installer option
06), please inform the end user of this feature.
The following special note has been added to
the user instruction to explain the adjustment
requirement:
When the delay period is operating indicated by the
flame symbol flashing, pressing any button returns the
Digistat to auto mode allowing normal button operation until the next time/ temperature event, when it will
resume the delay start mode or follows the Holiday,
Manual, Override or Off modes as selected.
Changes to the installer options and pre-set programmes must be made with the flame symbol not
flashing.
Installer
Options
10
Function
System protection
Select
Option
On
Off
Default
Off
Option 10 - System Protection
In some heating systems there may be a requirement
to protect the system by operating it once a day, for
a given period.
If system protection is selected the system will be
operated for a period as shown in system protection
time (mins).
System protection time is every day at 10.00am.
System protection default is OFF.
To enable the system protection mode enter the
Installer Options Menu (Refer to Installer Option 10).
Installer
Options
11
32
Function
System protection
time (Mins)
Select
Option
1
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Option 11 - System Protection time (mins).
System protection time can be set between 1 and 5
minutes (default 3 minutes).
To change this once a day on time enter the Installer
Options Menu (Refer to Installer Option 11).
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BATTERY CHANGE
How do I know when to change the batteries.
When the batteries start to run low a battery icon will
flash in the display, to indicate “low battery”
during this time the Digistat will function normally.
Replace with 2 x 1.5V (AA) Alkaline batteries.
When the battery icon alone is shown in the display,
the batteries are completely exhausted and the
Digistat will cease to function. Re-activate by
replacing the batteries.
The RF link will automatically be re-established.
How to replace the batteries
Remove the battery cover using a coin. Replace the
spent batteries with 2 x 1.5V (AA) Alkaline batteries
ensuring correct orientation. Replace the battery
cover pressing fully home.
Maintenance:
The Transmitter requires no maintenance.
The outer casing can be wiped clean using a dry
cloth. DO NOT use polish or detergents.
Hol Man Auto
Day
Digistat Optimiser Programmer
Part number: 8 716 114 462 0
These units can not be serviced.
Should the existing unit fail to function correctly,
check:
Receiver times and program settings are correct
RF signal link is set up
Transmitter batteries are the correct type, fitted
correctly and are not exhausted.
Fit new batteries if in doubt.
DT10RF Receiver
Part Number: 8 716 106 667 0
DT10RF OPTIMISING PROGRAMMER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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CONTACT INFORMATION
WORCESTER, BOSCH GROUP:
TECHNICAL:
08705 266241
SERVICE:
08457 256206
SPARES:
01905 752571
LITERATURE:
01905 752556
TRAINING:
01905 752526
SALES:
01905 752640
WEBSITE:
worcester-bosch.co.uk
WEBSITE (EIRE): worcester-bosch.ie
Worcester, Bosch Group
Cotswold Way, Warndon, Worcester WR4 9SW.
Tel. 01905 754624 Fax. 01905 754619
worcester-bosch.co.uk
Worcester, Bosch Group is a brand name of Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd.
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