Neutral
Live
Common
On
Off
Spare
Drayton
Tempus 1, 2 (new models)
N
L
1
3
2
4
Lifestyle
LP111, LP711
N
L
1
3
2
4
Switchmaster
300
N
L
4
1
MAKE
Earth
Lifestyle
TIMESWITCH TERMINAL COMPARISONS
MODEL
Lifestyle
INTRODUCTION Cont...
SWITCHING
Current Models
SINGLE
CHANNEL
DUAL
CHANNEL
Timeswitch
Programmer
for heating AND hot water
for heating OR hot water
LP111, LP711
LP112, LP241, LP522, LP722
SINGLE
CHANNEL
DUAL
CHANNEL
Installation Instructions
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Discontinued/Competitors’ Models
ACL
TC (Towerchron)
2
1
4
7
Drayton
Switchmaster
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Grasslin Towerchron
Grasslin Towerchron
Honeywell
Honeywell
Horstmann
Horstmann
Horstmann
Horstmann
Landis & Staefa
Landis & Staefa
Landis & Staefa
Potterton Myson
Sangamo
Smiths
Smiths
Smiths
Sunvic
Sunvic
Venner
Tempus 1, 2 (old models)
980
TS15, 75 (Mk18)
TS715
TS975
SET1, SET1E
SET4
103, 103E, 103E5, 103E7
911, 971
QE1
T2001, T2001Q
ST 6100A, ST 6100C
ST 7000B
Centaur SC1, SC7
Centaur Plus, C11, C17
Emerald 423, Pearl Auto
517, Coronet, H11, H17
RWB3
RWB30, RWB50, 100, 152, 170
RWB7
EP4000, 4001, 4002, 5002
M6
Centroller Mk1, Mk2
Centroller 30
Centroller 300, 980
Select 107
SP20, SP35
Vennerette
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
5
N
N
N
N
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
6
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
2
L
6
L
2
L
L
L
L
1
4
1
1
5
5
5
3
5
2
2
1
4
4
4
4
4
1
6
4
7
4
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
1
2
4/5
1
3
5
LOAD
E
E
E
E
E
4
E
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
L
N
4
N
1
N
N
N
N
E
E
N
E
1
4
2
3
5
2
4
5
3
3
4
1
3
LINE
3
4
DUAL
CHANNEL
Timeswitch
Programmer
for heating OR hot water
for heating AND hot water
LP111, LP711
3
6
3
3
1
2
2
LP112, LP241, LP522, LP722
SINGLE
CHANNEL
DUAL
CHANNEL
User Instructions
4
S
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H/W off
C/H off
H/W on
C/H on
Drayton
Tempus 6, 7 (new models)
N
L
1
2
3
4
Lifestyle
LP112, LP241, LP522, LP722
N
L
1
2
3
4
Switchmaster
400, 600
(no connection to terminal 4 on 600)
N
L
4
3
1
Switchmaster
805
N
L
2
3
1
Earth
Live
MAKE SURE MAINS INPUT HAS A 3 AMP FUSE.
Neutral
MAKE
MODEL
Current Models
TECHNICAL DATA
4
Discontinued/Competitors’ Models
LP112, LP241, LP522 & LP722 PROGRAMMERS
LP111 & LP711 TIMESWITCHES
Voltage
Programmer Rating
230V a.c. +10% - 10% 50Hz
2 (1) A 230V a.c. each switch
Timeswitch Rating
2 (1) A 230V a.c.
Ambient temp
Operating: 0º to 45ºC
Storage: -20ºC to 50ºC
Without mains power
Programming resolution
Wiring
Maintenance
Display: blank
Time: always kept
Program times: always preserved
1 minute
Fixed wiring only, to comply with
current IEE regulations
Must be maintained by a qualified
electrician or heating engineer
Lifestyle Programmers and Timeswitches conform to the
essential requirements of these Directives:
2004/108/EC – Electromagnetic compatibility
2006/95/EC – Low voltage
ACL
ACL
Drayton
Switchmaster
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
Danfoss Randall
MP (Towerchron)
FP (Towerchron)
Tempus 3, 4, 6, 7 (old models)
905, 9001
CP15, CP715, FP15, FP715 (Mk18)
3020P, 3060
4033 (link 1-6)
102, 102E, 102E5, 102E7 (link 6-3)
701 (link L-5 and 5-6)
702 (link L-5 and 5-6)
922, 972 (link L-2 and 2-5)
SET2, SET2E, SET3E, SET3M, FP975
SET5 (link L-2 and 2-5)
Grasslin Towerchron DP 72, QE2
Honeywell
ST 699/799 (link L-5 and 5-8)
Honeywell
ST 6200, ST 6300, ST 6400, ST 6450
Honeywell
ST 7100 (link L-3 and 3-6)
Horstmann
525, 527, 425 Diadem, H21, H27,
H121, Tiara (link L-2 and 2-5)
Horstmann
Centaur Plus, C21, C27
Landis & Staefa*
RWB2, RWB2E, 20, 40, 102, 200,
252 & 270, RWB9
Myson
Microtimer (link L-5 and 5-8)
Potterton Myson
All EP2000’s, EP3000’s, EP6000’s
(link L-5 and N-N)
Potterton Myson*
Mini Minder
Sunvic
Select 207
Sunvic
SP50, SP100 (link L-3)
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
2
2
N
N
N
7
7
5
N
N
N
N
1
1
L
L
L
6
6
6
L
L
L
L
4
1
3
2
4
6
6
6
3
3
3
4
4
1
3
3
3
1
E
N
N
N
N
N
L
L
L
L
L
1
7
1
7
3
2
4
2
4
6
3
6
3
8
1
4
3
4
5
4
N
N
L
L
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
N
N
L
L
7
1
4
2
6
3
3
4
N
N
N
L
L
L
1
1
1
2
2
4
3
3
2
4
4
5
8
1
4
1
11
2
2
2
5
3
10
10
4
1
4
2
2
2
1
1
6
4
What is a programmer?
WIRING THE TIMESWITCH
First, make sure the mains supply is switched off!
Make the wiring connections as
above. Note that the output
contacts are voltage-free, so
power needs to be put on to
Terminal 1 either by linking from
Terminal L or from a separate
supply with a 3A fuse.
PROGRAMMER ONLY
The programmer must be set to the type of system it is to control. The link on the back of the unit has two settings – P and G.
P = a fully pumped and controlled system – allowing
heating and hot water to be set separately.
G = a gravity-fed hot water system – which does not allow
independent setting of heating without hot water, though
hot water can be controlled alone.
WIRING THE PROGRAMMER
USING AN EXISTING WALL-PLATE
Loosen the securing screws on the old programmer and
unplug it. Check that there’s 70mm clearance to the right of
the wall-plate, and 25mm above it. Check the chart on the
next page to compare terminals and if necessary, change the
wiring of the wall-plate to suit. Now plug the Lifestyle unit into
the wall-plate and tighten the securing screws.
USING A DRAYTON SIMP-L-FIT, ALTHOUGH NOT
NECESSARY, WILL MAKE THIS INSTALLATION EASIER.
FITTING A NEW WALL-PLATE
The ideal location is 1.4m above floor level, with reasonable
lighting, good access, no condensation, no extremes of
temperature, and a supporting surface that fully covers the
back of the unit.
Position with 70mm clearance to the right, 25mm above, and
sufficient room to access the securing screws underneath.
Fix, with terminals at the top, either direct to a flat wall using wall
plugs and No. 6 x 1” (25mm) woodscrews, or on a flush mounting single conduit box type UA1 (BS4662) using M3.5 x 14 bolts.
DO NOT USE A SURFACE MOUNTING BOX.
Here’s how to do it – without affecting the timings in your
program.
Switching on and off
On the front of the timeswitch there is an Advance/Boost button.
It allows you to switch your system either on or off, irrespective of
the program. So if the heating is off, and you want warmth now,
you can either –
1. Press Advance to switch it on (ADV will be displayed), and it will
stay on until the end of the next period. Or if the heating is on
and you don’t need it, press Advance and it will go off until the
beginning of the next ON period.
*Thermostat Key
C
H
S
N
E
L
Common
Call for Heat
Satisfied
Neutral
Earth
Live
Wiring Colour Codes
GR
Y
BK
BL
BR
RD
W
OR
YG
Grey
Yellow
Black
Blue
Brown
Red
White
Orange
Yellow/Green
INTRODUCTION
The standard program
Your system will come on for up to 3 heating periods every
24hrs. ON1 starts the first one, OFF1 finishes it, and so on.
Notice that ON2 and OFF2 are set to the same time.* This
means your system won’t respond, but if you want to activate
that middle period or change any other timings – read on.
SWITCHING
STANDARD PROGRAM
MON-FRI
SAT-SUN
ON 1 – start of first timed period
6.30am
7.00am
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
8.30am
9.00am
ON 2 – start of second timed period*
12.00pm
12.00pm
OFF 2 – end of second timed period*
12.00pm
12.00pm
ON 3 – start of third timed period
4.30pm
4.00pm
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
10.30pm
11.00pm
Advance will only operate in TIMED or ONCE modes.
2. Press & Hold Boost to switch on for an extra hour ( & BST will
be displayed), then Press again for two ( ) or three ( ) hours.
To cancel Boost, Press Boost again ( ). Or if the heating is
already on, using Boost will extend the ON time by one, two or
three hours.
Programmers allow you to set ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods.
Some models switch the central heating and domestic hot
water on and off at the same time, while others allow the
domestic hot water and heating to come on and go off at
different times.
Set the ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods to suit your own lifestyle.
On some programmers you must also set whether you want
the heating and hot water to run continuously, run under the
chosen ‘On’ and ‘Off’ heating periods, or be permanently off.
The time on the programmer must be correct. Some types
have to be adjusted in spring and autumn at the changes
between Greenwich Mean Time and British Summer Time.
You may be able to temporarily adjust the heating programme, for example, ‘Override’, ‘Advance’ or ‘Boost’. These
are explained in the manufacturer’s instructions.
The heating will not work if the room thermostat has switched
the heating off. And, if you have a hot-water cylinder, the
water heating will not work if the cylinder thermostat detects
that the hot water has reached the correct temperature.
At the side of the display there are
four operating modes:
OFF
= continuously off.
TIMED
= on for up to 3 periods a day.
ONCE
= on for 1 period a day, from the start of ON1
to the end of OFF3.
ON
= continuously on.
Changing the timings
I Press the SET? button and you’ll see ‘SET PROG?’.
Lifestyle programmers will automatically switch your central
heating and hot water on and off at times that suit you.
Depending on your system, central heating and hot water can
either both come on and off at the same time, or work
independently. The red light on the front of the programmer
shows whem each one is on
There are 4 models in the Lifestyle range:
I LP112 – a 24hr program, with linked central heating and hot
water on for up to 3 heating periods each day, and every day
the same.
I LP241 – a 24hr program, with central heating and
hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods
each day, and every day the same.
I LP522 – a 5/2-day program allowing for different
timings at the weekends, with central heating and hot water
working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day.
I LP722 – a 7-day program allowing for different
timings on each day of the week, with central heating and
hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods
each day.
If the engineer hasn’t set your timings for you, your programmer
will work with a standard program that has been set at the
factory. If this doesn’t suit you, it’s very easy to change it –
when you’ve read this introductory section, simply go to the
section that contains your programmer model.
LP112 – a 24hr program, with linked central heating and hot
water on for up to 3 heating periods each day, and every day
the same.
If the timings haven’t been set for you, then your programmer
will still be on the factory-set standard 24hr program, with
central heating and hot water operating together on the
same settings for every day of the week. But it’s easy to
make changes – just follow the instructions.
Want to leave a timing as it is? Press SET? and move on to
the next one.
If you need to reset your timings to the standard program
and start again, press ‘SET’ and ‘+’ together to go back to
the pre-set program.
If you don’t press anything for two minutes, the programmer
automatically goes back to normal operation.
The standard program
Your system will come on for up to 3 heating periods every
24hrs. ON1 starts the first one, OFF1 finishes it, and so on.
Notice that on the standard program ON2 and OFF2 are set
to the same time.* This means your system won’t respond,
but if you want to activate that middle period, or change any
other timings – read on.
SWITCHING
STANDARD PROGRAM
ON 1 – start of first timed period
6.30am
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
8.30am
ON 2 – start of second timed period*
12.00pm
OFF 2 – end of second timed period*
12.00pm
ON 3 – start of third timed period
4.30pm
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
10.30pm
Changing the timings
I Press the SET? button and you’ll see ‘SET PROG?’.
THE LP111 24hr ELECTRONIC TIMESWITCH
LP111 – a 24hr program, up to 3 heating periods each day,
and every day the same.
If you need to reset your timings to the standard program
and start again, press ‘SET’ and ‘+’ together to go back to
the pre-set program.
Your system will come on for up to 3 heating periods every
24hrs. ON1 starts the first one, OFF1 finishes it, and so on.
Notice that ON2 and OFF2 are set to the same time.* This
means your system won’t respond, but if you want to activate
that middle period or change any other timings – read on.
SWITCHING
STANDARD PROGRAM
ON 1 – start of first timed period
6.30am
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
8.30am
INTRODUCTION
ON 2 – start of second timed period*
12.00pm
Lifestyle Timeswitches will automatically control your system
by switching it on and off at times that suit you. The red light
on the front of the timeswitch shows when it’s on.
OFF 2 – end of second timed period*
12.00pm
ON 3 – start of third timed period
4.30pm
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
10.30pm
I LP111 – a 24hr program, up to 3 heating periods
each day, and every day the same.
I LP711 – a 7-day program, allowing for different
timings on each day of the week, up to 3 heating periods
each day.
If the engineer hasn’t set your timings for you, your timeswitch
will work with a standard program that has been set at the
factory. If this doesn’t suit you, it’s very easy to change it –
when you’ve read this introductory section, simply turn to
the page for your timeswitch model.
First you set the times that are going to be the same for each
weekday, then you can select each day individually and make
any further adjustments. If you want each day to be quite
different, go straight to ‘Set each day’.
I Press the YES button, and the display will ask ‘SET MON to FRI
PROG?’.
I Make your changes using the SET?, YES/-, and + buttons.
I You can’t set ON1 as the last timing before midnight, but you
can set OFF3 after midnight – providing it’s not more than 23
hours and 59 minutes after ON1.
I You need to set the timings in sequence – i.e. ON1, OFF1, ON2,
OFF2, ON3, OFF3. If you get out of sequence, the display will
flash a warning.
I Make your changes using the SET?, YES/-, and + buttons on
the programmer.
I You can’t set ON1 as the last timing before midnight, but you
can set OFF3 after midnight – providing it’s not more than 23
hours and 59 minutes after ON1.
I You need to set the timings in sequence – i.e. ON1, OFF1, ON2,
OFF2, ON3, OFF3. If you get out of sequence, the display will
flash a warning.
SWITCHING
ON 1 – start of first timed period
I Press YES and you’ll see ON1, the start of your first heating period. Adjust it in 1-minute steps using the – and + buttons.
If the – and + buttons are held down, the time changes in
10-minute steps.
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
Changing the timings
I Press the SET? button and you’ll see ‘SET PROG?’.
I Press SET?, and you’ll see OFF1, the end of your first heating
period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then repeat
the procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.
ON 3 – start of third timed period
I If, after you’ve set OFF3 you want to fine-tune one or more
weekdays, press SET? until you find the first day you want to
adjust – then go through the procedure, altering any time you
wish. Press SET? to move on to the next day. When you’ve
finished, press SET? until you see ‘SET SAT SUN PROG?’.
I If you don’t want to alter any individual days, keep pressing
SET? until you see ‘SET SAT SUN PROG?’.
The engineer has set your program and timings – you
won’t need to do anything else. Just keep this guide in a
safe place for future reference.
Sometimes you might need to change the way you use your
central heating or hot water temporarily – perhaps due to an
unusually cold day, or exceptional demand for hot water.
Here’s how to do it – without affecting your program.
Switching on and off
On the front of the programmer there are two Advance/Boost
buttons – one for central heating and one for hot water. They
allow you to switch your system either on or off, irrespective of
the program. So if the heating or hot water is off, and you want
warmth or hot water now, you can either –
Set weekend
1. Press Advance to switch it on (ADV will be displayed), and it
will stay on until the end of the next period. Or if the heating/hot
water is on and you don’t need it, press Advance and it will go
off until the beginning of the next ON period.
I Press YES and alter ON1, OFF1, ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3
times in the same way.
2. Press & Hold Boost to switch on for an extra hour ( & BST will
be displayed), then Press again for two ( ) or three ( ) hours.
To cancel Boost, Press Boost again ( ). Or if the heating/hot
water is already on, using Boost will extend the ON time by one,
two or three hours.
I Press SET?, and you’ll see OFF1, the end of your first heating
period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then repeat the
procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.
I If, after you’ve set OFF3 for both SAT & SUN, you want to finetune Saturday or Sunday, press SET? until you find the first day
you want to adjust – then go through the procedure, altering any
time you wish. Press SET? to move on to the next day. When
you press SET? after setting your hot water for Sundays, the programmer will go back to normal operation.
Over-riding the program
On each side of the display there are four operating modes –
one group for central heating, the other for hot water. You can
change modes with immediate effect by using the appropriate
SELECT button. This won’t alter the timings in your program,
which you can return to by selecting TIMED.
SAT
I When you press SET? after setting OFF3, the timeswitch will
return to normal operation.
I If you don’t want to alter either day, keep pressing SET?
until the programmer goes back to normal operation.
I When you press SET? after setting OFF3, the programmer will
return to normal operation.
THE LP241 24hr ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
Advance will only operate in TIMED or ONCE modes.
I Press the YES button, and you’ll see ON1, the start of your
first heating period. Adjust it in 1-minute steps using the –
and + buttons. If the – and + buttons are held down, the
time changes in 10-minute steps.
I Press SET?, and you’ll see OFF1, the end of your first heating
period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then repeat the
procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
DAY-TO-DAY VARIATIONS
Set each day
I Press the YES button, and you’ll see ON1, the start of your first
heating period. Adjust it in 1-minute steps using the – and +
buttons. If the – and + buttons are held down, the time changes
in 10-minute steps.
ON 2 – start of second timed period
OFF 2 – end of second timed period
Set each day
Remember:
Remember:
Want to leave a timing as it is? Just press SET? and move on
to the next one.
The standard program
User’s Instructions
TIMESWITCHES
Set all weekdays
Use the SELECT button under the flap to change the mode.
This won’t alter the timings in your program, which you can
return to by selecting TIMED.
Arrowed numbers relate to
the junction box.
Check the 3A fuse, and switch on the mains.
If you need to reset your timings to the standard program and
start again, press ‘SET’ and ‘+’ together to go back to the
pre-set program.
THE LP112 24hr ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
...an explanation for householders
Connection Charts
Consult boiler handbook
for details of pump
overrun wiring.
If the engineer has set your program and timings – you
wont need to do anything else. Just keep this guide in a safe
place for future reference.
Over-riding the program
* Can simply be removed from the backplate and replaced without any disturbance to the existing wiring.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
ON 3 – start of third timed period
Want to leave a timing as it is? Just press SET? and move on
to the next one.
Sometimes you might need to change the way you use your
system temporarily – perhaps due to an exceptionally cold day.
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PLEASE NOTE: INSTALLATION MUST ONLY BE
CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN OR
HEATING ENGINEER.
OFF 2 – end of second timed period
DAY-TO-DAY VARIATIONS
Invensys Controls
PROGRAMMER TERMINAL COMPARISONS
ON 2 – start of second timed period
If the engineer has set your program and timings – you won’t
need to do anything else. Just keep this guide in a safe place
for future reference.
2
2
2
4
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
2 5/6
2 3
6 1,2,3
6
6
2
4 2
3
Invensys Controls
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
LP711 – a 7-day program, allowing for different
timings on each day of the week, up to 3 heating periods
each day.
ON 1 – start of first timed period
SINGLE
CHANNEL
User’s Instructions
PROGRAMMERS
THE LP711 7-DAY ELECTRONIC TIMESWITCH
OFF
= continuously off.
TIMED
= on for up to 3 periods a day.
ONCE
= on for 1 period a day, from the start of ON1
to the end of OFF3.
ON
= continuously on.
LP241 – a 24hr program, with central heating and hot water
working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day,
and every day the same.
If the timings haven’t been set for you, then your programmer
will still be on the factory-set standard 24hr program, with
central heating and hot water operating together on the
same timings for every day of the week. But it’s easy to make
changes, and have heating and water working independently
– just follow the instructions.
Want to leave a timing as it is? Press SET? and move on to
the next one.
If you need to reset your timings to the standard program
and start again, press ‘SET’ and ‘+’ together to go back to
the pre-set program.
If you don’t press anything for two minutes, the programmer
automatically goes back to normal operation.
The standard program
Your system will come on for up to 3 heating periods every 24hrs.
ON1 starts the first one, OFF1 finishes it, and so on. Notice that on
the standard program ON2 and OFF2 are set to the same time for
both central heating and hot water. * This means your system won’t
respond, but if you want to activate that middle period, or change
any other timings – read on.
SWITCHING
STANDARD PROGRAM
CH
HW
ON 1 – start of first timed period
6.30am
6.30am
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
8.30am
8.30am
ON 2 – start of second timed period*
12.00pm
12.00pm
OFF 2 – end of second timed period*
12.00pm
12.00pm
ON 3 – start of third timed period
4.30pm
4.30pm
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
10.30pm
10.30pm
Changing the timings
I Press the SET? button and you’ll see ‘SET PROG?’.
THE LP522 5/2-DAY ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER Cont...
THE LP241 24hr ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER Cont...
THE LP722 7-DAY ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER Cont...
Set the central heating
Set weekday hot water
I Press the YES button, and the display will ask ‘SET CH PROG?’.
I When you press SET? after setting OFF3 for the central heating,
the display will ask ‘SET HW MON to FRI PROG?’.
I Press YES and you’ll see ON1, the start of your first central heating period. Adjust it in 1-minute steps using the – and + buttons. If the – and + buttons are held down, the time changes in
10-minute steps.
I Press YES, then set your times in the same way. Remember, in
this mode you can have different times to your central heating if
you wish.
I When you press SET? after setting OFF3 for the weekday central
heating, the display will ask ‘SET HW MON to FRI PROG?’.
I Press YES, then set your hot water times in the same way.
Remember, in this mode you can have different times to your
central heating if you wish.
Set each day
SETTING THE CLOCK Cont...
WIRING THE PROGRAMMER Cont...
Set the minute
Connection Charts
I Press SET?, and the minutes will start to flash. Use the – and +
buttons to set the exact time.
ROOM THERMOSTAT Gravity HW, Pumped CH with Room Stats
E L N C H
PROGRAMMER
RTS 1&2
N L 3
I Press SET?, and ‘SET DATE?’ appears in the display.
RTS 4,5&6
L N 1 3 #
ETS 1
E
4 1 2
If you don’t want to change the date press SET? to go back to
normal operation. If you do, go on to the next section.
E
N
L
3
2
5
SET TO
'G'
N L 1 2 3 4
PUMP
3 1 2 4 5
Set weekend central heating
I Press SET?, and you’ll see OFF1, the end of your first central
heating period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then
repeat the procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.
I When you press SET? after OFF3 for the weekday hot water,
the display will ask ‘SET CH SAT SUN PROG?’. Press YES to
confirm, and alter the times in the same way.
If, after you’ve set OFF3 for your hot water, you want to fine-tune
one or more weekdays, press SET? until you find the first day
you want to adjust – then go through the procedure, altering any
time you wish. Press SET? to move on to the next day. When
you’ve finished, press SET? until you see ‘SET SAT SUN
PROG?’.
#- LINK L-1 FOR 230V OUTPUT
SETTING THE DATE
L
N
E
The weekday is automatically calculated from the date, so if
the weekday is incorrect you’ll need to reset the date.
I Press the SET? button until you see SET DATE?.
*
Set weekend hot water
I When you press SET? after setting OFF3 for the central heating,
the display will ask ‘SET HW PROG?’.
I When you press SET? after OFF3 for the weekend central
heating, the display will ask ‘SET HW SAT SUN PROG?’.
Press YES, and follow the procedure.
If you don’t want to alter any individual days, keep pressing
SET? until you see ‘SET SAT SUN PROG?’.
I When you press SET? after OFF3 for HW SAT SUN, the
programmer will go back to normal operation.
For pump overrun boilers consult
manufacturer's instructions
See Thermostat Key
I When you press SET? after setting OFF3 for the hot water, the
programmer will return to normal operation.
If the timings haven’t been set for you, then your programmer
will still be on the factory-set standard program. This has central
heating and hot water operating together – with the option of
having different timings for each day of the week. But it’s easy
to make changes, and have heating and water working
independently – just follow the instructions.
THE LP522 5/2-DAY ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
LP522 – a 5/2-day program allowing for different timings at
the weekends, with central heating and hot water working
independently for up to 3 heating periods each day.
If the timings haven’t been set for you, then your programmer
will still be on the factory-set standard program. This means
that central heating and hot water will operate together, with
the same timings for weekdays and different ones for the
weekend. But it’s easy to make changes, and have heating
and water working independently – just follow the instructions.
Want to leave a timing as it is? Press SET? and move on to
the next one.
If you need to reset your timings to the standard program
and start again, press ‘SET’ and ‘+’ together to go back to
the pre-set program.
If you don’t press anything for two minutes, the programmer
automatically goes back to normal operation.
Want to leave a timing as it is? Press SET? and move on to the
next one.
If you need to reset your timings to the standard program and
start again, press ‘SET’ and ‘+’ together to go back to the
pre-set program.
If you don’t press anything for two minutes, the programmer
automatically goes back to normal operation.
The standard program
Your system will come on for up to 3 heating periods every
24hrs. ON1 starts the first period, OFF1 finishes it, and so on.
Notice that ON2 and OFF2 are set to the same time.* This
means your system won’t respond, but if you want to activate
that middle period, change any other timings – read on.
SWITCHING
The standard program
Your system will come on for up to 3 heating periods every
24hrs. ON1 starts the first period, OFF1 finishes it, and so on.
Notice that ON2 and OFF2 are set to the same time.* This
means your system won’t respond, but if you want to activate
that middle period, or change any other timings – read on.
SWITCHING
WEEKDAYS
WEEKENDS
HW
CH
HW
CH
ON 1 – start of first timed period
6.30am
6.30am
7.00am
7.00am
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
8.30am
8.30am
9.00am
9.00am
WEEKDAYS
WEEKENDS
HW
CH
HW
CH
ON 1 – start of first timed period
6.30am
6.30am
7.00am
7.00am
OFF 1 – end of first timed period
8.30am
8.30am
9.00am
9.00am
ON 2 – start of second timed period* 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm
OFF 2 – end of second timed period* 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm
ON 3 – start of third timed period
4.30pm
4.30pm
4.00pm
4.00pm
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
10.30pm 10.30pm 11.00pm 11.00pm
Changing the timings
I Press the SET? button and you’ll see ‘SET PROG?’.
I Press YES, and alter the central heating and hot water times in
the same way.
I When you press SET? after OFF3 for HW SAT SUN, the programmer will ask the question TEST? If you want to test your
program, see below, otherwise press SET? again. If you don’t
want to test your program, press SET? again – and you’ll be
asked the question SET H’DAY? If you want to set a holiday
switch off, see page 23, otherwise press SET? again.If you’re not
going to program in a holiday switch-off, then press SET? again
and your programmer will go back to normal operation.
I Answer YES to TEST? and the display will show Monday and
a time just past midnight. Press YES again and hold it down –
and the display will start to run through the days of the week,
pausing for a few seconds when it reaches an ON or an OFF
time. At each pause, the appropriate lights and circuits will come
on.
I Release the YES button, and the display will stop running
and give you longer to identify a timing.
I Press YES and the year will start to flash. Use the – and + buttons to adjust.
Mid-Position Valve System
I Press SET? and your programmer will go back to normal
operation.
4.00pm
OFF 3 – final switch-off of the day
10.30pm 10.30pm 11.00pm 11.00pm
I Press the SET? button and you’ll see ‘SET PROG?’.
First you set the times that are going to be the same for each
weekday, then you can select each day individually and make
any further adjustments. If you want each day to be quite different, go straight to ‘Set each day.’
I Press the YES button, and the display will ask ‘SET MON to FRI
PROG?’.
I Press the YES button, and the display will ask ‘SET CH MON to
FRI PROG?’.
#
2 1 8
Set the day
I Press SET? and the day will start to flash. Use the – and + buttons to adjust.
1
2
3
5
PUMP
†
*
I Press SET? to go back to normal operation.
8
7
E
N
L
3
2
7
2
3
BOILER
W GR OR BL YG
Switched and Fused
(3A) Mains input
7
JUNCTION BOX
LWC3
MID-POSITION VALVE
E
N
L
3
2
7
LIFESTYLE 679H340-30L0 (22mm)
LIFESTYLE 779H340-30L0 (28mm)
DRAYTON FLOWSHARE 2
Honeywell
For pump overrun boilers consult
V4073A
manufacturer's instructions
Landis & Gyr
MAV 3
See Thermostat Key
†
USERS NOTES
Spring-Return 2-Valve System
PROGRAMMER
SET A HOLIDAY SWITCH-OFF
RTS 1&2
RTS 4,5&6
ETS 1
N L 1 2 3 4
Applicable to all models.
Using this feature you can program your system to switch off
C
L
1
1
H
3
3
2
3 1 2 4
5
CYLINDER THERMOSTAT
*
#
2 1
#- LINK L-1 FOR 230V OUTPUT
SET TO
'P'
PUMP
3
2
7
L N E
LWC3
I Using + and -, set the number of days you want the system to
be off.
L
N
E
I Press SET, the display will show ‘H’DAY’ and the programmer
will switch off the system. It will then return to normal operation
after the set number of days.
1
2
3
Switched and Fused
(3A) Mains input
†
1
7
5
2
3
1
HTS 3
8 6
8 4
JUNCTION BOX
I Press YES to SET H’DAY? and the display will show ‘00’.
S C H
2 C 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 01 11 2
7
6
2
3
GR OR BR BL YG
GR OR BR BL YG
CH VALVE
DHW VALVE
LIFESTYLE 679H308-30L1
LIFESTYLE 779H33530L10
DRAYTON ZV22
Honeywell
For pump overrun boilers consult
V4043H1056
manufacturer's instructions
Landis & Gyr
ZAV222
E
N
L
BOILER
3
2
7
E
N
L
†
See Thermostat Key
SETTING THE CLOCK AND DATE
Applicable to all models.
Make the wiring connections, as above, for the appropriate system.
SETTING THE CLOCK
I Press YES, and you’ll see ON1, the start of your first central
heating period. Adjust it in 1-minute steps using the – and +
buttons. If the – and + buttons are held down, the time changes
in 10-minute steps.
8 6
6 4
L N E
Set the Day Light Saving
I Press SET? and the current DLS status will start to flash for day
light saving (British Summer Time). Use the – and + buttons to
turn on or off.
HTS 3
2 C 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
L
N
E
S C H
SET TO
'P'
N L 1 2 3 4
3 1 2 4 5
*
I Press YES and the display will ask ‘SET CH MON to FRI
PROG?’.
CYLINDER THERMOSTAT
*
#- LINK L-1 FOR 230V OUTPUT
Remember - The programmer counts each pass through
midnight as a day. So if on a Saturday morning you don’t want
the heating on again until Tuesday morning, set for 3 days.
Set the weekday central heating
I Press YES and you’ll see ON1, the start of your first central heating period. Adjust it in 1-minute steps using the – and + buttons. If the – and + buttons are held down, the time changes in
10-minute steps.
H
3
3
2
I Press SET? three times and you’ll see ‘SET H’DAY?’
Set all weekdays
Changing the timings
RTS 1&2
RTS 4,5&6
ETS 1
C
L
1
1
E L N
N
L N
E
4
have the house warm for your return.
4.00pm
E L N
N
L N
E
4
ROOM THERMOSTAT
OFF 2 – end of second timed period* 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm
4.30pm
PROGRAMMER
ROOM THERMOSTAT
Remember - The display shows the strict time sequence, so
ON1 for HW could be followed by ON1 for CH, then OFF1 for
HW etc Using this feature you can program your system to
while you’re on holiday, then switch back on again in time to
4.30pm
Set the month
I Press SET? and the month will start to flash. Use the – and +
buttons to adjust.
I Press YES once more, and the display will start running again –
and will continue all through the week until you press SET?
ON 2 – start of second timed period* 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.00pm
ON 3 – start of third timed period
LWC3
Set the year
Test your program
I This test facility allows you to run through your program to check
that the timings are exactly what you want.
E
N
L
3
2
7
L N E
Set weekend
LP722 – a 7-day program allowing for different timings on each
day of the week, with central heating and hot water working
independently for up to 3 heating periods each day.
BOILER
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
THE LP722 7-DAY ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
I Press YES, then set your times in the same way. Remember, in
this mode you can have different times to your central heating if
you wish.
7 4
JUNCTION BOX
Switched and Fused
(3A) Mains input
†
Set the hot water
2 1
1
2
3
For surface wiring, snap out the cable entry strip on the bottom edge
of the wall-plate. Lifestyle units are double-insulated and need no earth
connection, but an earthing continuity (loop) terminal is provided for
convenience.
The clock in your programmer has been set at the factory,
and automatically accounts for British Summer Time.
However, should you need to set the clock, read on.
I Press the SET? button until you see SET CLOCK?.
INSTALLERS/ENGINEERS NOTES
After wiring, plug in the unit and tighten the securing screws.
Check the mains input has a 3A fuse, and switch on the mains.
Then set the timings as shown in the User’s Guide.
ALWAYS SWITCH OFF THE MAINS BEFORE REMOVING
THE LIFESTYLE TIMESWITCH/PROGRAMMER – AND
NEVER FIT IT TO A LIVE WALL-PLATE!
I Press SET?, and you’ll see OFF1, the end of your first central
heating period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then
repeat the procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.
Set the hour
I Press SET?, and you’ll see OFF1, the end of your first central
heating period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then
repeat the procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.
I Press YES once, and then the hour will start to flash. Use the
– and + buttons to set the hour, checking for AM and PM.
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