Uponor UponorControl System Installation manual

UPONOR
U N D E R F LO O R H E AT I N G
UPONOR CONTROL SYSTEM
WIRED
9416-121-00 / IOM- V_07-02
Uponor Control System,
Wired
Installation Manual, UK, IRL
Livre_R3_IM.indb 21
14/03/2007 12:03:16
In keeping with our policy of continuous improvement and development,
Uponor reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice.
Uponor Hou s i n g S o l u t i o n s Lt d .
Snapethorpe H o u s e
Rugby Road
Lutter wor th
Leicestershire
LE17 4HN
T
F
W
E
Uponor Cen t ra l E u ro p e
PO Box 1641 ( I n d u s t r i e s t ra s s e 5 6 )
D-97433 Has s f u r t
T +49 (0)9521 690 0
F + 4 9 ( 0 ) 9 5 2 1 6 9 0 1 5 0
W w w w. u p o n o r. d e
Uponor Nord i c
PO Box 101
SE-730 61 V i r s b o
T +46 223 380 00
F + 4 6 2 2 3 3 8 1 0 1
HS South, We s t
Area manage m e n t
Uponor Hisp a n i a S . A . U .
Calle C , n° 2 4
Polígono Ind u s t r i a l n ° 1
E-28938 Mós to l e s ( M a d r i d )
T +34 91 685 3600
F + 3 4 9 1 6 4 7 3 2 4 5
W w w w. u p o n o r. e s
Uponor Cor p o ra t i o n
Rober t Hube r i n t i e 3 b
P.O. Box 37
FI-01511 VA N TA A
T +358 (0)20 129 211
F + 3 5 8 ( 0 ) 2 0 1 2 9 2 8 4 1
Livre_R3_IM.indb 22
+44 (0)1455 550355
+44 (0)1455 550366
w w w. u p o n o r h o u s i n g s o l u t i o n s . co . u k
h s e n q u i r i e s @ u p o n o r. co . u k
14/03/2007 12:03:16
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 3 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
Table of contents
1. General recommendations ................................................................................................................................ 4
2. The Uponor Control System .............................................................................................................................. 5
2.1 Example of a system...................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Uponor Control System components................................................................................................................. 5
3. Installation ....................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1 Preparation before installation ......................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 Installation of the components ........................................................................................................................ 6
3.3 Connections.................................................................................................................................................. 7
3.3.1 Controller description ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.3.2 Connect the actuators to the controller ............................................................................................... 7
3.3.3 Controller wiring .............................................................................................................................. 8
3.3.4 Installation of the options................................................................................................................ 11
3.3.5 Connecting the controller to the mains .............................................................................................. 12
3.4 Thermostats ............................................................................................................................................... 13
3.4.1 Opening the thermostats................................................................................................................. 13
3.4.2 Mounting and wiring the thermostats ................................................................................................ 13
3.4.3 Thermostat setup........................................................................................................................... 14
3.5 Thermostat option ....................................................................................................................................... 14
3.5.1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 14
3.5.2 Wiring and setting the floor sensor potentiometer............................................................................... 14
4. Finishing the installation ................................................................................................................................ 15
5. System maintenance ...................................................................................................................................... 15
5.1 Controller current limitation .......................................................................................................................... 15
5.2 Actuator's behavior...................................................................................................................................... 15
5.3 Fallback mode............................................................................................................................................. 15
5.4 Automatic exercise function .......................................................................................................................... 15
5.5 Resetting Installation ................................................................................................................................... 15
6. Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................. 16
7. Installation report ...................................................................................................................................fold-out
8. Technical data .........................................................................................................................................fold-out
9. Wiring diagram / Controller description ..................................................................................................fold-out
Uponor Control System - Installation Manual
3
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 4 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
1. General recommendations
Safety measures
• Read and follow instructions.
Power supply
WARNING
• Installation must be performed by a qualified person
according to local regulations.
• The Uponor Control System uses a 230VAC
50Hz power supply.
• It is prohibited to make changes or modifications not
specified in this manual.
• In case of emergency, immediately disconnect
the plug from the 230V mains.
• Power must be switched off when carrying out the wiring.
• Do not use water to clean the Uponor Control
System.
• We decline any responsibility concerning damages and
breakdowns that may result from the non-observance of
these instructions.
• Do not expose the Uponor Control System to
flammable vapors or gases.
Symbols used in this manual
WARNING
Risk of bodily injuries or squeezing.
Non observance may harm health or cause
damage to product components.
STOP
CAUTION
Important note on functionality. Non
observance of this note may cause
malfunctions.
Technical constraints
• Keep installation/data cables away from power
cables > 50V to avoid interference.
• The electrical circuits of the boiler and the
pump must be protected by a maximum
6A circuit-breaker.
Information
Important operating advice and information.
See another document.
99
See another page in the manual.
Heating/cooling.
Timer.
4
Underfloor Heating
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 5 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
2. The Uponor Control System
The Uponor Control System is a complete management for
underfloor heating systems. Comfort, user-friendliness and
temperature control for each individual room of your home
can be combined through the use of thermostats or floor
temperature sensors.
2.2
Uponor Control System components
For an optimal setting of the system see Operation
Manual.
2.1
Example of a system
The Uponor Control System consists of thermostats, a
controller and actuators. The controller manages the
operation of the actuator when the thermostats detect a
demand for heating or cooling. The Uponor Control System
may be controlled with the help of three types of
thermostats. Designed for maximum comfort, the
thermostats communicate with the controller by non
polarized two wired system. Don't "U-link" the outputs! It's
automatic. One thermostat controls the following AC output if
no thermostat is connected there, and so on. It's possible to
use all kinds of Uponor Control System wired thermostats in
the same system.
Uponor designation Item Description
Uponor
Controller
Uponor
Thermostat T-35
Uponor
Thermostat T-37
Uponor
Thermostat T-33
1
6 or 12-channel controller
2
Fastening screws
3
Installation and Operation Manual
2
Fastening screws
4
Thermostat
2
Fastening screws
5
Thermostat for floor sensor
2
Fastening screws
6 Thermostat Public
Uponor
Floor sensor
Uponor
Relay
Uponor
Description
Mark
1
Timer
7
Floor sensor for Thermostat
Public T-33 and Thermostat T-37
(option)
8
Heating / cooling relay (option)
9
Timer (option)
Thermostat T-35
2
Thermostat Public T-33 (with the option of adding
a floor sensor option)
3
Thermostat T-37 (with the option of adding a floor
sensor option)
4
Controller, 6-channel (C-33) or 12-channel (C-35)
The floor sensor can be used for maximum or
minimum limitation of the floor temperature,
regardless of the room temperature. It can only be
used with the Thermostat Public T-33 and
Thermostat T-37.
For example, the maximum limitation can protect a
sensitive floor covering from exposure to too high
temperature when there is a high heat demand. The
minimum limitation can keep a tiled floor warm
even when there is a no general demand for heat
supply to the room.
Uponor Control System - Installation Manual
5
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 6 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3. Installation
Installation steps
3.2
Uponor recommends that you follow the steps described
below to guarantee the best possible installation:
Mounting the controller (6 or 12-channel)
Description
Installation of the components
3.1
Preparation before installation
• Check that the cover of the controller can easily be
removed.
3.2
Installation of the components
(controller and thermostats)
3.3
Connections
(thermostats and actuators to controller)
• Check that the connectors and switches are easily
accessible.
3.4
Room thermostats
3.5
Floor sensor thermostats
4
Finishing the installation
3.1
STOP
The controller has to be mounted horizontally.
There is a risk for overheating if the controller is
mounted vertically or on a horizontal surface.
Preparation before installation
Before beginning the installation:
• Verify the contents of the package with the list shown in
Section 2 to make sure you have all the necessary
products;
• Check whether a floor sensor has been mounted;
• Study the wiring diagram in the fold-out or inside the
controller cover.
• A controller should be installed close to each manifold;
• A power outlet is required for the connection of the
controller to the mains;
• The mounting locations for the Uponor Control System
must be protected from running and dripping water;
• Put one thermostat for every room fitted with a heating
floor (one thermostat can control several loops of the
heating floor).
6
1
Drill the wall (Ø6 mm)
2
Press the anchor into the hole (if concrete wall)
3
Attach the controller to the wall with screws
Underfloor Heating
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 7 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.3
Connections
3.3.1
3.3.2
Controller description
99
99
See controller picture in fold-out.
6-channel controller
See wiring diagram in the fold-out.
There are two non-polarized wires to connect the
thermostat.
Example of an installation:
Description
Mark
Connect the actuators to the controller
1
Quick connector for 8 actuators
2
Power LED
3
230VAC 50Hz compartment
4
Quick connector for 6 thermostats
All actuators of a group are controlled by the thermostat
connected to the first actuator.
Do not "U-Link" with wire. The linking is automatic. The first
thermostat controls all following AC output (actuators) if no
thermostat is added there. One thermostat can control the
whole controller (14 outputs).
In this example, thermostat #01 controls the actuators on
terminals 1 to 4.
Thermostat #05 controls the actuator on channel 05 and also
controls channels 06 to 11 when no additional thermostat is
linked to 06 to 11.
12-channel controller
Mark
Description
1
Quick connector for heating / cooling relay
2
Quick connector for timer
3
Quick connector for Condense sensor
4
Quick connector for 14 actuators
5
Bi-color power LED (red for Heating mode and
green for Heating / Cooling mode)
6
Push-button for Heating or Heating / Cooling mode
7
230VAC 50Hz compartment
8
Quick connector for 12 thermostats
Uponor Control System - Installation Manual
In the following example, thermostat #03 is added, it
controls the actuator on channel 03 and also control
channel 04.
Thermostat #01 controls actuators on channels 01a and 01b
and channels 02a and 02b.
7
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 8 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.3.3
Controller wiring
Thermostat quick connector on the 12-channel
controller:
One of the thermostat's two wires will always be
connected to terminal 1 “Com” (non-polarized).
Thermostat quick connector on the 6-channel
controller:
Thermostat connection without timer:
Connect one wire of the thermostat to "com" and the other
wire to 2.
If there is a timer:
Connect one wire of the thermostat to "com" and the other
wire to 2 if the room requires no timer control. Or connect
one wire to "Com" and the other wire to 3 (timer Zone 1) or 4
(timer Zone 2).
See explanation on next page.
Heating
8
1
Com
2
No timer control
Heating
Heating/cooling
1
Com
Com
2
No timer control
No timer control
3
Timer zone 1
Eco on: Timer control
4
Timer zone 2
Cool Off: No cooling for this
room
Underfloor Heating
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 9 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.3.3.1 Connection without Timer option
3.3.3.2 Connection with Timer option in Heating only mode
Connect thermostat and terminal:
(Only 12-channel controller)
"Com" and "No timer": The installation will work in a
standard way with the thermostats regulating each room
according to their set temperatures. Reduced mode is not
available.
To connect the timer, see the wiring diagram in the
fold-out.
One of the thermostat's two wires will always be
connected to the “Com” quick connector and the
second to one of the remaining three quick
connectors, depending on the mode selected
(non-polarized).
Example of an installation wired without Timer:
Connect thermostat and terminal:
• "Com" and "No timer": The installation will work in a
standard way with the thermostats regulating each room
according to their set temperatures.
• "Com" and "Zone 1" (allocate the thermostat to Zone 1):
The corresponding channel will run in Comfort mode
according to the time slots in Zone 1 of the timer.
Example: Zone 1 (for settings see timer manual)
Thermostat #01 controls the actuator on channels 01a
and 01b and channels 02a and 02b.
Thermostat #03 controls the actuator on channel 03 and
controls channel 04.
Thermostat #05 controls the actuator on channel 05 to
channel 11.
Thermostat #12 controls channel 12.
COMF
ECO
night
morning
evening
night
• "Com" and "Zone 2" (allocate the thermostat to Zone 2):
The corresponding channel will run in Comfort mode
according to the time slots in Zone 2 of the timer.
Example: Zone 2 (for settings see timer manual)
COMF
ECO
night
Uponor Control System - Installation Manual
morning
evening
night
9
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 10 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.3.3.3 Connection with Timer option in Heating / Cooling
mode
To connect the timer, see the wiring diagram in the
fold-out.
• "Com" and "Cool Off": When the system is running in
Heating mode:
The corresponding channel will run in Comfort mode
according to the time slots in Zone 1 of the timer.
When the system is running in Cooling mode:
There will be no cooling in the room allocated to this
thermostat.
Connect thermostat and terminal:
• "Com" and "No timer": When the system is running in
Heating mode:
The installation will work in a standard way with the
thermostats regulating each room according to their set
temperatures.
When the system is running in Cooling mode:
The installation will work in a standard way with the
thermostats regulating each room according to their set
temperatures.
• "Com" and Timer control: When the system is running in
Heating mode:
The corresponding channel will run in Comfort mode
according to the time slots in Zone 1 of the timer.
(for settings see timer manual)
Zone 2 is not used in Heating mode when heating /
cooling is active.
One of the thermostat's two wires will always be
connected to the “Com” quick connector and the
second to one of the remaining three quick
connectors, depending on the mode selected
(non-polarized).
Example of an installation wired with a timer:
COMF
ECO
night
morning
evening
night
When the system is running in Cooling mode:
In Cooling mode, Zone 1 and Zone 2 will be linked in a
specific area: automatic overlap of Zone 1 and Zone 2
with specific period "ECO" and "Comfort". This process
will take place automatically. The Zone 1 and 2 Comfort
mode overrides the Eco mode. The corresponding
channel will run in Comfort mode according to the time
slots in the specific zone of the timer. This link also
enables you to use your cooling unit during the night and
to save energy when people are not at home.
Thermostat #01 controls channels 01a, 01b, 02a and 02b in
"Timer control" (Zone 1) if in Heating mode and "Cool Off" if
in Cooling mode.
The following thermostats controls its channels in "No timer"
mode.
Zone 1
COMF
For more information about Comfort/Eco features,
see the timer Manual.
ECO
Zone 2
For the 6-channel controller, the thermostat is
directly connected to the terminals
(non-polarized). Comfort/Eco features are not
available.
COMF
ECO
Specific
COMF
ECO
night
10
morning
evening
night
Underfloor Heating
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 11 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.3.4
Installation of the options
Different options can be added to the Uponor control system
to enhance its features, optimize your comfort and save
energy.
WARNING
Mains supply 230VAC 50Hz
Disconnect the 230V mains before installing or
changing the device wiring.
3.3.4.3 Controller heating / cooling input
If your installation is equipped with a cooling unit, the Uponor
control system can be run through a heating / cooling relay.
The controller heating / cooling input operates with the
connection of a dry contact.
The contact's control can be either an additional regulation
system or a two-position switch.
STOP
3.3.4.1 Timer
g
The Uponor control system can be equipped with a timer to
add energy-saving features and define independent zones.
The timer has two programming zones. Each offers four
programming options, including one that can be personalized,
thus enabling different programmes to be created for each
day of the week.
99
99
See "3.3.3.2 Connection with Timer option in
Heating only mode" or "3.3.3.3 Connection with
Timer option in Heating / Cooling mode", page 9, 10
for more information on wiring.
Do not apply voltage to the heating / cooling
contact. Damage to the Uponor Control System will
occur.
Connect the heating / cooling relay between terminals 11
and 12 of the controller (symbol
).
Example of wiring:
See wiring diagram in the fold-out.
See the timer Manual for more information.
The timer is not available for the 6-channel
controller.
3.3.4.2 Floor sensor
The floor sensor can be used for maximum or minimum
limitation of the floor temperature, regardless of the room
temperature. It can only be used with the Thermostat Public
T-33 and Thermostat T-37. For example, the maximum
limitation can protect a sensitive floor covering from exposure
to too high temperature when there is a high heat demand.
The minimum limitation can keep a tiled floor warm even
when there is a no general demand for heat supply to the
room. The minimum limitation should not be set to a value
higher than the required room temperature.
99
See "3.5 Thermostat option", page 14 for more
information on wiring and setting.
See the floor sensor Manual for more information.
Uponor Control System - Installation Manual
1
Heating / cooling relay
2
Heating / cooling contact
3
Controller heating / cooling input
4
Example of a different type of heating / cooling relay
command
To configure the controller in Heating / Cooling mode, press
the push-button on the controller to switch between modes:
• The LED is red for Heating mode.
• The LED is green for Heating / Cooling mode.
Heating / Cooling mode is not available for the
6-channel controller.
11
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 12 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.3.4.4 Circulation pump relay
3.3.5
Connecting the controller to the mains
1
Check that the wiring is complete (actuators,
thermostats, pump, timer)
2
Check that the 230V compartment is closed
3
Connect the plug to the mains
The Uponor Control System can operate a circulation pump
on heating/cooling demand. The pump will stop when there is
no heat or cooling demand.
Example of an installation:
WARNING
See the circulation pump supplier
documentation before performing the
connection.
The controller controls the circulation pump via connection on
terminal block (dry contact). There is no power for the pump
in the box, just the dry contact.
The electrical circuits of the pump must be
protected by a maximum 6A circuit-breaker.
1
Ensure the power is disconnected
2
Open 230V compartment and fix cover to hanger
3
Connect "L" wire from/to pump via relay
4
Close 230V compartment
The pump runs when at least one actuator is active.
During actuator exercise, the pump continues to
work normally.
12
Underfloor Heating
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 13 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.4
Thermostats
The Uponor Control System may be controlled with three
types of thermostats.
• Thermostat T-35 wired:
Adjust the temperature with the dial. The dial must be
removed to set min/max on the thermostat.
• Thermostat Public T-33 wired:
The thermostat is designed for public location.
The potentiometers used for the settings are protected
with a cover. This thermostat also can be used to connect
a floor sensor option.
• Thermostat T-37 wired for floor sensor:
Adjust the temperature with the dial. The potentiometers
used for the settings are protected with a cover. The dial
and the cover must be removed to set up min/max on
the thermostat. This thermostat also can be used to
connect a floor sensor option.
3.4.1
3.4.2
Mounting and wiring the thermostats
3.4.2.1 Location of a thermostat
(For all thermostats)
• On an indoor wall.
• 1.5 m to 1.8 m from the floor.
• Away from any source of humidity. (IP20)
• Away from any source of heat (television, electronic
equipment, fireplace...).
• Away from direct solar radiation.
• Away from direct water splashes.
Opening the thermostats
3.4.2.2 Thermostat fixation
Fixing on the wall:
Drill the wall (Ø6 mm). Fix anchors in the wall.
Let the screw protrude from the box (3 mm).
Screw the thermostats on the wall or/and on the box.
Uponor Control System - Installation Manual
13
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 14 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
3.4.2.3 Thermostat wiring
3.5
Connect the cable from the controller (non-polarized)
Thermostat option
Open the thermostat cover: see "3.4 Thermostats",
page: 13.
3.5.1
Introduction
Thermostat Public T-33 and Thermostat T-37 allow a floor
sensor to be fitted to the system. The temperatures thus
measured ensure a more efficient management of the
system.
3.5.2
Wiring and setting the floor sensor
potentiometer
When a floor sensor is connected to the thermostat to control
the temperature of the floor, the limitation of the floor
temperature can be adjusted with a potentiometer.
The floor sensor settings override the thermostat.
Settings:
• Minimum range: 5°C to 35°C.
• Maximum range: 30°C to 40°C
99
3.4.3
See: "3.3.3 Controller wiring", page: 8
Thermostat setup
See Operation Manual for thermostat min/max and
room temperature settings.
99
For more information on external sensor settings:
See "3.5 Thermostat option".
1
14
Select the required temperature using the
potentiometer
Underfloor Heating
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 15 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
4. Finishing the installation
5. System maintenance
5.1
Controller current limitation
To avoid risk of current overload, the controller uses a
protection system:
At start-up, 14 actuators cannot be open at the same time.
During application, 14 actuators can work at the same time.
The controller opens the maximum actuators according to the
current limitation.
5.2
Actuator's behavior
The normal position of an actuator is closed. The controller
commands only the opening of an actuator.
5.3
Make a complete check up of the installation:
• Verify that the thermostat covers are in place
1
2
• Check that the thermostats are working correctly
(turn thermostat dial to obtain a heating demand
and make sure that the actuators are running)
Close the cover of the controller
Close the thermostat covers where necessary
3
Fill in the "Installation report" on the centre
pages of booklet
4
Give the manual and all information about the system
to the users
Fallback mode
If a thermostat is short-circuited or not detected, the
controller executes the Fallback mode: 7 min open, 14 min
closed to maintain the temperature in the room (heating or
cooling) until the problem is resolved.
If the wire is broken, precedent thermostat will take the
command or else Fallback mode is active.
5.4
Automatic exercise function
The actuators and the pump are designed to avoid seizing,
thereby increasing the reliability of the equipment.
This exercise is done every 6 days +/- 0-24 hours at random:
Exercise pump and actuators.
The pump exercise operates only if the pump has not been
activated since the last exercise. The pump is activated 3
minutes during the exercise.
The actuators exercise operates only if the actuators have not
been activated since the last exercise. The exercise consists
of opening and completely closing the actuator.
• 5 minutes to open an actuator.
• 9 minutes to close an actuator.
5.5
Resetting Installation
To reset the Installation, disconnect and reconnect the
controller to the mains.
Uponor Control System - Installation Manual
15
INSTALLATION_MANUAL_R3-04A.mif Page 16 Mercredi, 14. mars 2007 11:34 11
6. Troubleshooting
Normal system operating conditions:
The Power LED of the controller is lit up. The actuators are activated if there is demand for heating or cooling.
Failure
Causes
Indication
■
room too cold (or
too warm in
Cooling mode) *
Note
the wiring
thermostat is connected on
a bad channel
Solutions
see Installation report and check
■
the LED of the thermostat does
not switch on or off with heating or
cooling demand
actuator does not open
the white indication can not be seen
in the indicator window
the thermostat is out of
■
measure the outputs if 24V when
heat demand
see Installation report and check
■
the LED of the thermostat does
not switch on or off with heating or
cooling demand
too cold in Heating
mode) *
■
the wiring
thermostat is connected on
a bad channel
replace the actuator
replace the thermostat
order
room too warm (or
■
actuator does not close
the corresponding loop is warm even
■
correctly mounted
after a long period without heat call
■
the thermostat is out of
check that the actuator is
replace the actuator
replace the thermostat
order
■ no heat demand (from
underfloor heating
system)
■
the room is heated by
another heat source
the floor is cold
■
The supply water is too
room temperature OK, but the floor
is cold
hot. This causes a hot
floor for a short while,
followed by a cold,
uncomfortable floor
■
check that the controller is
connected to the mains and that
the system does
no voltage
the wiring in the 230V
power LED off in controller
not start
compartment is OK
■
check the circuit-breaker in the
principal electrical board
cable breakdown
the thermostat is
problem with a terminal
not supplied
block
cable breakdown
230V in socket but not in 230V
compartment
the LED of the thermostat does not
switch on or off with heating or
replace cable and plug
check the terminal
cooling demand
the LED of the thermostat does not
switch on or off with heating or
replace cable
cooling demand
the thermostat is out of
order
*:
16
replace the thermostat
To find out if a problem is caused by the supply system or the control system. Check the temperatures of the flow and
return pipes for the loop(s) corresponding to the room. Loosen the corresponding actuator(s) from the manifold. If the loop
temperature starts to rise after a short while (a few minutes for the flow and longer for the return pipe, depending on the
floor type), the problem is most likely caused by the room control system. If the temperature remains the same, the
problem is in the system (hydraulic).
Underfloor Heating