Touchpad (TFT) User Operating Guide

Touchpad (TFT)
User Operating Guide
Issue: 01
Contents Page
First Use Setup
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Adding thermostats to your system
Adding room titles
Setting the Clock
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5
My System
Functions Tab
Key Lock Function
Temperature Hold Function
Setback Function
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Zone Screen
Timer Zone Screen
Programmable Zone Screen
Programmable Zone Screen with HW
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12-14
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Normal Mode Functions
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18-19
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24-31
Summer
Holiday
Quick View
Temperature Hold
HW Boost
Away
Profiles & Groups
Settings
Security
System Info
Timer
Display
System Setup (inc Frost Setup, System Reset
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and Firmware Update)
Delete History
Wiring Connections
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Adding thermostats to your system
Up to 32 thermostats can be connected to the Touchpad and these are
added by performing a network scan. Prior to performing the scan, a
communication number needs to be entered in each of the thermostats
on the system. You should consult the thermostat manual for instructions
on how to do this.
Once you have entered a communication number in each thermostat,
follow these steps;
On power up of a new Touchpad, you should see the Network Scan
screen. This screen shows 32 boxes which represents the 32 possible
thermostats on your system.
To perform the network scan, press Scan
If the box stays red, it means no thermostat has been found at that
location.
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If the box turns blue, it means a thermostat has been successfully
identified.
If you have previously scanned the network and would like to perform a
new network scan, follow these steps;
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Press the Options tab
Select Setting
Select Network
Press Scan
Entering a Room Title
A room title of 13 characters can be entered.
To enter a room title, press the Communication number and then use the
alphanumeric keypad to enter the required title. Press Done to store and
return to the network screen.
Repeat as necessary for the other rooms.
When finished, you must press Done from the Network screen to store all
of the programmed titles.
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Notes: You must perform a new network scan after adding additional
thermostats to your system.
Statistics
The statistics screen shows the communication rate to each of the
thermostats on the system. This screen can help to identify problems on
the network.
Setting the Clock
Press the Options TAB > Clock
Here you can set the current time and date and select whether the
Touchpad should observe GMT Correction. GMT correction will
automatically change the clock on the Touchpad and Thermostats in
March and October as the clocks change for Winter/Summer time.
Press Done to store.
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Pressing My System will show a list of all rooms on your system.
Rooms in blue indicate that the communication is working correctly.
Rooms in red have a communication fault.
Functions TAB The function TAB gives access to the global
functions such as LOCK, HOLD and SETBACK.
Lock
This function allows you to lock the keypad on selected thermostats. To
select individual thermostats, simply tap the room button and it will turn
green. Alternatively, press the functions TAB to use the Select All /
UnSelect All function.
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Hold
The temperature hold function allows you to hold a set temperature for a
number of hours; you can then decide which thermostats this should
apply to. A temperature hold is ideal for parties or for unscheduled
operation of the system.
To cancel temperatures hold on a single thermostat;
Press;
My System > Room > Temp Hold > Cancel Hold
To cancel a temperature hold
Press
My System > Functions TAB > Hold > Cancel Hold and then select which
thermostats should have the temperature hold cancelled.
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Set back
Pressing set back allows you to select which thermostats should control to
their set back setting. This setting can be set locally on each thermostat,
or can be set from the Touchpad (see Editing the Set Back Temp)
Room buttons in green will be set back
Room button in blue will not be set back
Room button in grey are time clocks and cannot be set back
Editing the Set Back Temp
The set back temperature range is 7-17ͦ°C and is set to 12°C as default.
Pressing EDIT from the Set Back screen allows you to adjust this setting
and then select which thermostats this should apply to.
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Time clocks can be added to the network to provide control over many
appliances, such as lighting, hot water and towel rails. The time clock view
screen displays the current status and provides a function to toggle on
and off the output.
History
The history function on a timer enables you to see the hours run for the
last 4 weeks. This is displayed in a bar chart and gives you a good
indication of which zones are using most energy.
Editing the Time Settings
Pressing the Edit button enables you to edit the time settings for this time
clock.
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5/2 Day or 7 Day Mode
If the time clock shows Weekday/Weekend it is operating in 5/2 day
mode, and if it shows each day of the week it is operating in 7 day mode.
This mode can be changed on the time clock, and will be updated
automatically on the Touchpad. Please consult the time clock manual for
instructions on how to change this.
There are 4 settings per day, these are called Wake, Leave, Return and
Sleep. Times should be entered in 24 hour format. If you do not wish to
use all time settings, you should enter --.—to disable that level.
Copy
Pressing the Copy button enables you to copy these times to other time
clocks that are operating in the same mode (5/2 or 7 day)
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Zones that can be selected will be blue and will turn green when selected.
Zones in grey cannot be selected.
Override
An override function is available on the time clock, enabling you to
override the output for a number of hours.
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Programmable zones show the actual room temperature, and if applicable
a toggle function to display the floor temperature.
Temperature Hold (Individual Zone)
The temperature hold function on the zone screen enables you to hold a
temperature for a number of hours for that particular zone. If you would
like to hold a temperature for a group of thermostats, you should use the
Hold function from the main screen.
To use the hold function, set the desired temperature and hold time and
then press Done. The thermostat and zone screen will show the hold time
remaining.
To cancel a hold in operation, press Temp Hold and then Cancel Hold.
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History
The history function on a programmable zone enables you to see the
hours run and temperature profile for the last 4 weeks.
The Touchpad enables you to export the temperature profile to your PC.
There are two export methods, Export All will export the temperature
profile for all zones, and Zone Export will export just the selected zone.
The exported data is saved to csv format and can be edited in Excel.
Set Temperature
The set temperature can be adjusted by using the up and down keys in
the right hand panel. Once you have entered the desired temperature,
press Apply to update the thermostat.
This set temperature is temporary and will revert back to the
programmed temperature at the next programmed level.
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Editing the Comfort Levels
5/2 Day or 7 Day Mode
If the time clock shows Weekday/Weekend it is operating in 5/2 day
mode, and if it shows each day of the week it is operating in 7 day mode.
This mode can be changed on the thermostat, and will be updated
automatically on the Touchpad. Please consult the thermostat manual for
instructions on how to change this.
There are 4 settings per day, these are called Wake, Leave, Return and
Sleep. Times should be entered in 24 hour format and the temperature
range is 05-35ͦ°C. If you do not wish to use all time settings, you should
enter --.-- to disable that level.
Copy
Pressing the Copy button enables you to copy these times to other time
clocks that are operating in the same mode (5/2 or 7 day)
Zones that can be selected will be blue and will turn green when selected.
Zones in grey cannot be selected.
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These type of zones operate the same as Programmable Zones but have
an additional output for controlling a hot water cylinder. A toggle function
allows you to manually turn the hot water on and off.
Editing the settings
In addition to editing the comfort levels, hot water switching times can be
edited.
When you select to edit this type of zone, a channel select screen prompts
you to select whether you want to edit the heating or hot water channel.
For information on editing the comfort levels, see page XX
Press Hot water to edit the hot water switching times.
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There are 4 hot water times per day, these are called Wake, Leave, Return
and Sleep levels. If you do not wish to use all time settings, you should
enter --.-- to disable that level.
Copy
Pressing the Copy button enables you to copy these times to other zones
that are operating in the same mode (5/2 or 7 day)
Zones that can be selected will be blue and will turn green when selected.
Zones in grey cannot be selected.
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The Touchpad Summer mode offers a quick and easy way to place
selected heating zones into set back without having to reprogram the
comfort levels. The set back temperature can be set on each thermostat
between 07-17°C or this can be done from the Touchpad (See page xx)
The hot water times will not be effected during summer operation.
As an indication, the heating zone screens will display the frost icon whilst
the summer mode is active.
As a default, all heating zones will follow the summer condition, but you
can deselect certain zones if required. To do this, first toggle the switch to
the on position and then press Edit. Zones buttons in green will follow the
summer mode and zones in blue will not.
To cancel the summer mode, press the summer button and toggle the
switch to the off position.
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Press Next
You can now enter a title for the holiday. This title can be 13
characters in length.
Press Done to store
Holiday Status
The holiday screen indicates the scheduled holidays. Once the holiday
starts, this screen will display that the holiday is active.
Editing a Holiday
Should you need to edit a scheduled holiday, follow these steps.
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Press Holiday
Select the holiday you wish to edit
Press Edit
Make the desired changes to the start/end time
Press Next
Select or Deselect zones as appropriate
Confirm the title and press Done.
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Deleting a Holiday
To cancel a holiday, follow these steps;
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Press Holiday
Select the holiday you wish to delete
Press Delete
Note: If a holiday is in operation, the holiday will also be deleted on the
thermostats and they will revert to their programmed settings.
The Quick View screen gives an overview of all the zones on your system.
The zone temperatures as well as the output status are displayed.
You can use this screen to quickly access any zone on your system by first
highlighting the zone and then pressing Detail.
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The temperature hold function on the main screen enables you to hold a
temperature for a number of hours for multiple zones.
To use the hold function,
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Set the desired temperature and hold time and press Next
Select which zones this hold should be applied to
Press Done
Cancelling a Temperature Hold
To cancel a hold in operation, press Temp Hold and then Cancel Hold. You
can then select which zones should have the temperature hold function
cancelled.
Zones in grey do not have a hold in operation.
Zones in green will have the hold cancelled and those in blue will remain
active.
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If you have thermostats with hot water function on your system, you can
override the hot water output on with this function. During an override,
the thermostat will flash TIMER ON / HW ON depending on the model of
your thermostat.
To use this function, follow these steps;
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Press HW Boost
Enter the boost period
Press Done
To cancel, repeat the steps reducing the boost time to 00 hours. Once the
boost period has ended, the zone will revert back to its programmed
setting.
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The Away mode places the selected zones into setback mode indefinitely,
for use when you are unsure when the building will next be occupied.
The zones will control to the setback temperature during this time and
the hot water will be turned off.
Pressing Home will cancel the Away function, and the zones will revert
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Groups are used when creating profiles.
Profiles are stored settings that can be sent to the zones within the group
when required. The zone list is filtered based on your first selection.
The filter is based on the following;
Weekday/Weekend or 7 Day Mode
Thermostats/Timers can operate in two modes, Weekday/Weekend or 7
Day. You can only group Thermostat/Timers that are in the same mode.
Heating Only Group
Programmable Thermostat and Programmable Thermostats with hot
water output can be grouped, allowing you to create a heating profile.
HW Timer Group
Programmable Thermostats with Hot water output can be grouped with
timers, allowing you to create a HW Timer Profile.
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Creating a Group
From the main screen press the Profiles icon followed by Group.
You can then select to create the first group.
You now need to select which zones you want in this group, remembering
that the zone list will be filtered after your first selection. See page 23.
After you have selected the zones for this group press Next.
You can now enter a title of up to 11 characters for this group. Up to 8
groups can be setup in the Touchpad.
Editing a Group
Should you need to edit a group, follow these steps.
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Press Profiles
Press Group
Select the Group you wish to edit
Press Edit
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Make the desired changes to group
Press Next
Confirm the title and press Done.
Deleting a Group
To delete a group, follow these steps;
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Press Group
Select the Group you wish to delete
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Press Delete
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Profiles are based on groups – so you first need to create groups in the
Touchpad before you can use the profile feature.
Profiles are comfort levels and switching time settings that are stored in
the Touchpad. When the profile is run, the settings are sent immediately
to the thermostats within the profile group overwriting the old settings.
One useful function of the profile function would be to create two profiles
- Day Shift and Night Shift. By having two profiles stored in the Touchpad,
you are able to quickly switch from one profile to the other when you
shift pattern changes.
To create a profile, follow these steps;
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Press Profiles from the main screen and then select the profile
option
Press Add
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Hot Water/Timer Profile (5/2 Day Mode)
This type of profile allows you to program switching times for the
weekday/weekend.
Hot Water/Timer Profile (7 Day Mode)
This type of profile allows you to program switching times for each day of
the week.
After you have programmed the settings in the profile press Next to enter
the profile title. A title of 11 characters can be entered.
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Editing a Profile
Should you need to edit a profile, follow these steps.
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Press Profiles and select the Profile option
Select the Profile you wish to edit
Press Edit
Make the required changes and press Done
Deleting a Profile
To delete a profile, follow these steps;
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Press Profile and select the Profile option
Select the Profile you wish to delete
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Press Delete
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Running a Profile
To run a profile
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Press Profiles and select the Profile option
Select the Profile you wish to Run
Press Run
The settings will be sent immediately to the zones in the group and their
zone screen will show the profile is active.
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When you run a profile, all of the existing settings in the
thermostat will be overwritten with the profile settings.
Only one heating profile per zone can be run at once.
If the zone has a heating & hot water model thermostat, It is
possible to run a heating and a hot water profile at the same
time. The Touchpad will indicate that two profiles are in
operation.
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Security Setup
The Touchpad has a security function that allows you to limit access, so
for example zone settings cannot be altered without entering a code.
To enable this function, follow these steps;
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Press Options TAB
Press Setting
Press Security
Move the toggle to ON and then set the code
Press Done
Note: If you forget or misplace your user code, contact your equipment
supplier for assistance.
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System Information
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Press Options TAB
Press Setting
Press System Info
This screen displays the current version of your Touchpad
Master Timer
The master timer function can only be used with non-programmable
thermostats. During setup, you can select which zones should follow
these times.
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During the programmed time, the thermostat will control to its set
temperature and then outside of the programmed time it will control to
its setback temperature (see page xx)
Display
Brightness
The brightness control enables you to control the brightness level of the
Touchpad display.
Calibration
The calibration function can be used to recalibrate the touchscreen. This
is factory set and should not need to be adjusted.
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Delete History
The Touchpad can store 4 weeks of data per zone. To delete the history,
use the delete history function.
Set Back Temp
The set back temperature is used when a holiday, away or set back
function is active. The set back temperature range is 07-17°C and is set to
12°C as default.
The set back temperature function enables you to set this for individual or
all thermostats.
Heat Cool Setup
This function is not used on this model
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Max Floor Limit
The max floor limit is used on thermostats with a floor limiting sensor and
is used to protect the floor surface from overheating.
The floor limit range is 20-45°C and is set to 28°C as default.
The floor limit temperature function enables you to set this for individual
or all thermostats with floor limiting function.
System Reset
The system reset function will delete all thermostats and history
information in your system. After a system reset, you will need to
perform a new network scan to add thermostats to your system.
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Firmware Update
The Touchpad firmware can be updated as and when new features are
introduced.
To update the firmware, first check the version of code in your Touchpad
by following the steps outlines on page 33
Check the latest version by visiting the Support Section on
www.heatmiser.co.uk If your Touchpad is operating an older version,
download the latest file and copy it to a USB pen.
Attach the USB pen to the cable provided and then plugin into the mini
USB port on the Touchpad.
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You now need to follow these steps;
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Press Options TAB
Press Setting
Press System
Press Firmware Update
Ensure the USB pen with the new file is attached to the
Touchpad and then press Done
After the upgrade, check the version number displayed in the System
Information screen is the latest version.
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