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evohome
Installation Guide
Icon key
evohome Controller
Wireless OpenTherm Bridge
(R8810)
evohome Controller Wall Bracket
(ATF300)
Mixing Valve Controller
(HM80)
evohome Controller Table Stand
(ATF100 or ATF200)
Room Temperature Sensor
(HCW82)
Radiator Controller (HR92)
Room Temperature Sensor
(HCF82)
Radiator Controller (HR80)
Digital Room Thermostat
(DTS92)
Wireless Relay Box (BDR91)
Wireless Cylinder Thermostat
Transceiver (CS92)
Remote Access Gateway
(RFG100)
Wireless Cylinder Thermostat
Strap-on Sensor (CS92)
Underfloor Heating Controller
(HCE80 or HCC80)
Wireless Cylinder Thermostat
Insertion Sensor (CS92)
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Thanks for choosing evohome
evohome means more comfort, and more control
of the heating system. It’s simple to install and easy
to use.
Follow these instructions to set up the evohome
system. Devices that need to be connected to the
mains electricity supply should be installed by a
competent person.
Before you start
Make sure you have all the devices you need
for your system. If you used our ‘Design your
evohome system’ guide, match each device to
the room or zones in your plan. It’s a good idea to
carry out all the mains electrical and other wiring
work first.
In this guide
Step 1: Wire up the heating system
3
Step 2: Set up your evohome Controller
9
Step 3: Power up and bind devices
13
Step 4: System test
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Configuration and modification
37
Appendix41
Step 1: Wire up the heating system
2
You have…
a Base Pack or a
Connected Pack
+
Un-bound devices
You have…
an un-bound evohome
Controller
+
Un-bound devices
You have…
a Base Pack or a
Connected Pack
+
No additional devices
Step 1: Wire up your heating system
Connect all mains powered devices to the heating system
Step 2: Set up your evohome Controller
Power up the evohome Controller and follow the on-screen instructions for your system
Go to Installer Menu
Go to Guided Configuration
Step 3: Power up and bind devices
Power up all devices, including the battery powered ones,
and bind them to the evohome Controller
Step 4: Test the system
Check that all the devices are working properly
Go to Home screen
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Step 1: Wire up the
heating system
evohome communicates using wireless on a robust 868Mhz
signal that is unaffected by common remote controls or Wifi.
Some devices need mains power or to be connected to external
equipment and it's best to wire up these items first to simplify the
binding process later in the setup. The evohome controller will
give on screen instructions when these should be powered up.
Before you power up your evohome Controller and install
the radiator controllers, it's best to install any devices which
are mains powered or need specific installation.
In this section
Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92)
Remote Access Gateway (RFG100)
Mixing Valve Controller (HM80), Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80),
Opentherm Bridge (R8810)
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5
7
8
Step 1: Wire up the heating system
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Wireless Relay Box (BDR91)
!
Turn off at mains and
isolate the supply before
starting
If you’re fitting a Wireless Relay Box
(BDR91) to your boiler, zone valve or
Sundial valve
1 Mount the Wireless Relay Box on a non-metal surface at least
30cm from your boiler, other wireless device or metal objects
2 Release the clip on the bottom to open the front cover
3 Follow the wiring diagram (see Appendix: Figures
5-10) to connect the Wireless Relay Box to your
boiler’s thermostat terminals, zone valve or sundial
valve, and to the mains electricity supply
4 Replace the cover
Refer to boiler instruction to locate the room thermostat terminals,
determine if the boiler required a permanent live supply. 1
MINIMUM
30cm
BOILER
4
replace
FRONT
COVER
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Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92)
If you’re fitting a Wireless Cylinder
Thermostat (CS92)
You will need to install the CS92 Transceiver
and only one of the two sensors (CS92 Strapon Sensor or CS92 Insertion Sensor).
To fit the CS92 Strap-on Sensor
1 Cut away a section of cylinder insulation
slightly larger than the sensor unit
2 Clean the exposed cylinder surface
3 Place the sensor on the cylinder surface
and secure it using the fixing strap – cut
the strap to size if it’s too long
4 Install the CS92 Transceiver in a suitable location
close enough for the cable from the sensor to reach
5 Connect the cable from the sensor
to the CS92 Transceiver
Position the sensor from one quarter to a
third of the way up the cylinder.
1
Wire to CS92 Transceiver
5
3
minimum
30cm
A
x
B
y
C
A
x
B
y
C
80mm
45Mm
1/4 – 1/3
TOTAL
HEIGHT
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Step 1: Wire up the heating system
Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) continued
To fit the CS92 Insertion Sensor
1 Fit in the cylinder immersion well with suitable fittings to
provide strain relief and prevent accidental removal
2 If the sensor doesn’t fit tightly in the immersion
well fill the space with heat-conductive compound
to ensure maximum heat transfer
3 Install the CS92 Transceiver in a suitable location close
enough for the cable from the sensor to reach
4 Connect the cable from the sensor to the CS92 Transceiver
Wire to CS92 Transceiver
4
A
x
B
y
C
A
x
B
y
C
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Remote Access Gateway (RFG100)
If you’re fitting a Remote Access
Gateway (RFG100)
1 Connect the Remote Access Gateway to the home’s
internet router using the ethernet cable supplied
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8
Step 1: Wire up the heating system
Mixing Valve Controller (HM80), Underfloor Heating
Controller (HCE80/HCC80), OpenTherm Bridge (R8810)
If you’re fitting a Mixing Valve
Controller (HM80), Underfloor
Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80),
OpenTherm Bridge (R8810)
Refer to the installation instructions
supplied with each device
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Step 2: Set up your
evohome Controller
The evohome Controller has a guided configuration
process to help you set up the zones for a single type of
system. For mixed systems (i.e. Under Floor Heating zones
plus Radiator zones) use Guided Configuration for the
larger system then “Add Zones” in the installer menu.
To add a stored hot water system use the guided
configuration Stored Hot Water option in the installer menu.
The following instructions cover the full configuring process
for a zone, but if you are using Guided Configuration your
evohome Controller will give you on-screen instructions to
bind the other components to the evohome Controller – just
follow the bind instruction for each device in this manual.
In this section
Powering up your evohome Controller
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Step 2: Set up your Central Controller
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Powering up your evohome Controller
!
Your evohome
Controller comes
with *rechargeable
batteries which are
pre-charged allowing
you to set-up the system
while off the table
stand or wall bracket.
Place the evohome
Controller on the table
stand or wall bracket
for normal use.
First, power up the evohome Controller
1 Remove the cover, remove the battery
tab and replace the cover
2 Place it on the table stand or wall bracket
3 Once the batteries are fully charged, the evohome
Controller can be easily removed from the table stand or
wall bracket for ease of programming. After 30 minutes
the evohome Controller will emit a beep to indicate that
it should be replaced on the stand or wall bracket
1
*Only use the
AA rechargeable
batteries provided
Pull tab
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Then to set up the evohome Controller
1 Follow the on-screen instructions to set
up the language, date and time
2 Now choose the correct option for
the system you’re installing:
For a Base Pack or a Connected Pack and
NO additional devices we recommended
pressing ‘Home’ – then go to "Step
4: System test" on page 29.
For a Base Pack or a Connected Pack,
PLUS un‑bound devices we recommended
pressing ‘Installation Menu’ to add the
un‑bound devices − follow "Step 3: Power
up and bind devices" on page 13.
For an un-bound evohome Controller, PLUS unbound devices we recommended pressing ‘Guided
Configuration’ to add the un-bound devices − follow
"Step 3: Power up and bind devices" on page 13.
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12
Step 2: Set up your Central Controller
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Step 3: Power up and
bind devices
If you bought a Base Pack or a Connected Pack only — your devices are
already bound. Go to Step 4.
If you bought an unbound evohome Controller, plus other devices and
are using ‘Guided Configuration’ follow the instructions on your evohome
Controller screen and use this section to put the devices into binding mode.
If you bought a Base Pack or a Mobile Connected Pack, plus other devices,
you need to power up all devices and then bind them to the evohome
Controller using the ‘Installation Menu’. It may be easier to power up and
bind some devices while they’re close to the evohome Controller – you can
install them in their assigned zones later.
Follow the instructions for the device(s) you’re going to bind. When you
bind a device to the evohome Controller the devices permanently store the
connection and there should never be a need to rebind them even after a
power cut.
In this section
Radiator Controllers (HR92)
Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92)
Remote Access Gateway (RFG100)
Wireless Relay Box (BDR91)
Radiator Controller (HR80)
Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80 or HCC80)
Mixing Valve Controller (HM80)
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Step 3: Power up and bind devices
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Radiator Controllers (HR92)
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display first:
1.Press and hold
‘Settings’ for 3
seconds
Power up and bind Radiator Controllers
(HR92) – Your evo Zone Kit
Bind the Radiator Controllers (HR92)
1 Remove the circular top cover
2 Open the battery clip and insert the AA batteries supplied
3 Close the clip and replace the cover
2.Press the green tick
4 Press the
button once − it should say UNBOUND
5 Press and hold the
3.Press ADD ZONE
4.Press the zone you
want to add the
Radiator Controller to
5.Rename the zone if
required and/or press
the green tick
6.Press RADIATOR
VALVE
button for a further
5 seconds until it says BIND
6 Press the
button once – it should say BINDING
7 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
8 The name of the allocated zone should appear on
the HR92 display when you press the
7.If you want to control
the zone temperature
with the evohome
Controller (which
needs to be located in
that zone) press YES,
otherwise press NO.
button
9 Either press the green tick
to add another
radiator to the zone. Or press the red cross
if
you don’t need to add another radiator to the zone
You must repeat these
steps for each radiator
controller.
1
2
4
5
Press
once
6
Press
5 sec
Press
once
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Install the Radiator Controllers (HR92)
1 Locate the room (zone) for the radiator controller
2 Slide the locking mechanism to the unlock position
3 Remove the adaptor from the bottom of the controller
4 Unscrew the black wheel fully anticlockwise
5 Remove any existing control on the radiator valve
6 Screw the white end of the adaptor on to the radiator valve
7 Push the controller fully on to the adaptor
with the screen facing towards you
8 Slide the locking mechanism to the locked position
3
4
Remove
3
2
Rotate
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Step 3: Power up and bind devices
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Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92)
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display first:
1.Press and hold
“Settings” for 3
seconds
2.Press the green tick
To control a stored hot water system you first need to bind
the CS92 Transceiver and then bind the Wireless Relay
Box (BDR91) that is controlling the hot water valve.
Power up and bind the CS92 Transceiver
On the CS92 Transceiver
1 Remove the CS92 Transceiver cover
2 Remove the battery tab and replace the cover
3 On the CS92 Transceiver press and hold the
button for 5 seconds. The green light should
come on and the red light should flash
3.Select GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
4.Press STORED
HOT WATER
CONFIGURATION
5.Press the green tick
4 Press the button again
5 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
6 Choose the correct hot water valve type for the system
you’re installing and follow the on screen instructions
1
2
1
Pull tab
3
Hold
5 sec
Press
once
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You may need to refer to
the wiring diagrams in
the Appendix
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To bind the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91)
controlling the hot water valve
1 On the Wireless Relay Box, press and hold the
button for 15 seconds (until the red LED blinks
rapidly) to clear any previous binding data
2 Press and hold the button again for 5 seconds
(until the red LED blinks slowly)
3 On the evohome Controller press
the green bind button
4 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
2
Hold
15 sec
Hold
5 sec
Step 3: Power up and bind devices
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Remote Access Gateway (RFG100)
!
Power up and bind a Remote Access
Gateway (RFG100)
If the Gateway was in
the Connected Pack
with evohome, it is
already bound and
there is no need to
follow these binding
instructions.
Connect the Gateway to the power
supply and turn on the power.
To bind the Remote Access Gateway (RFG100)
1 Press and hold the button on the base of the gateway
unit until you see a flashing light next to the
2 On the evohome Controller press
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display first:
1.Press and hold
“Settings” for 3
seconds
2.Press the green tick
3.Select ADD
GATEWAY
the green bind button
3 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
Now you need to set up a user account
and download the smartphone app.
Go to www.mytotalconnectcomfort.com and follow the
instructions there.
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Wireless Relay Box (BDR91)
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display first:
1.Press and hold
‘Settings’ for 3
seconds
2.Press the green tick
3.Press SYSTEM
DEVICES
Power up and bind a Wireless Relay Box
(BDR91) or OpenTherm Bridge (R8810) to
control a boiler
Make sure the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) or
OpenTherm Bridge (R8810) is wired to the boiler and
powered up.
To bind the Relay Box or OpenTherm Bridge
1 Press and hold the button for 15 seconds (until the red
LED blinks rapidly) to clear any previous binding data
2 Press and hold the button again for 5 seconds
(until the red LED blinks slowly)
4.Press the button next
to ‘Boiler Demand’
3 On the evohome Controller press
5.Press BOILER RELAY
or OPENTHERM
BRIDGE
4 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
the green bind button
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
2
Hold
15 sec
Hold
5 sec
Step 3: Power up and bind devices
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Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) continued
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display first:
1.Press and hold
“Settings” for 3
seconds
2.Press the green tick
3.Press ADD ZONE
4.Press the zone you
want to add the
controller to
5.Rename the zone if
required and/or press
the green tick
Power up and bind a Wireless Relay Box
(BDR91) to control a Zone Valve
Make sure the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) is
wired to the Zone Valve and powered up.
If you want to control the zone temperature with the
evohome Controller (the evohome Controller needs
to be located in that zone) press YES, otherwise press
NO and bind a sensor – either Digital Room Thermostat
(DTS92) or Room Temperature Sensor (HCW82/HCF82).
To bind the Digital Room
Temperature Sensor (DTS92)
1 Press and hold the power button for 2
seconds to put the unit into standby
2 Press the up and down arrows together for
three seconds – it should say INst
6.Press ZONE VALVES
3 Press the down arrow – it should say COnt
4 Press the up arrow three times – it should say CLr
5 Press the power button once to clear
any previous binding data
6 Press the up arrow – it should say COnt
7 Press the power button once to send the
binding signal to the evohome Controller
8 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
2
Hold
3 sec
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To bind the Room Temperature
Sensor (HCW82 or HCF82)
1 Press the bind button on the bottom right hand corner
of the unit once. The red LED light will flash
2 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
Then, on the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91)
1 Press and hold the button for 15 seconds (until the red
LED blinks rapidly) to clear any previous binding data
2 Press and hold the button again for 5 seconds
(until the red LED blinks slowly)
3 On the evohome Controller press
the green bind button
4 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
2
Hold
15 sec
Hold
5 sec
Step 3: Power up and bind devices
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Radiator Controller (HR80)
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display first:
1.On the evohome
Controller press and
hold “Settings” for
3 seconds
2.Press the green tick
Power up and bind a Radiator Controller
(HR80)
If you want to control the zone temperature with your evohome
Controller (the evohome Controller needs to be located in that
zone) press YES, otherwise press NO and bind the sensor.
On the HR80, you need to bind the
sensor and actuator separately
1 Power up the Radiator Controller (see HR80 instructions)
To bind the sensor
3.Press ADD ZONE
2 On the evohome Controller press
4.Press the zone you
want to add the
controller to
3 Turn release clips on each side of the Radiator
5.Rename the zone if
required and/or press
the green tick
6.Press RADIATOR
VALVE
the green bind button
Controller to remove the bottom plate
4 On the underside of the Radiator Controller
press the recessed bind button
5 The Radiator Controller screen should briefly show
a flashing RF icon
then SYNC when successful.
The evohome Controller will also show if binding
was successful (if not go back and re-bind)
4
SIDE VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
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To bind the actuator
6 Press the bind button on the Radiator Controller (if there
are multiple HR80’s in the zone, do this to all of them).
The screen should show a flashing RF icon
7 On the evohome Controller press
the green bind button
8 Check that (all) the Radiator Controllers display SYNC.
If a Radiator Controller does not display SYNC and
the flashing RF icon
remains, press back on the
evohome Controller and send the bind signal again
9 Press the next arrow on the evohome Controller
10 Press the green tick
to add another radiator
to the zone — OR — Press the red cross
if you
don't need to add another radiator to the zone
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Step 3: Power up and bind devices
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Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80 or HCC80)
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display once
the underfloor heating
controller and sensors
have been fitted:
1.On the evohome
Controller press and
hold “Settings” for
3 seconds
2.Press the green tick
Power up and bind an Underfloor Heating
Controller (HCE80 or HCC80)
If you want to control the zone temperature with your
evohome Controller (the evohome Controller needs
to be located in that zone) press YES, otherwise press
NO and bind a sensor – either Digital Room Thermostat
(DTS92) or Room Temperature Sensor (HCW82/HCF82).
To bind the Digital Room
Temperature Sensor (DTS92)
1 Press and hold the power button for 2
seconds to put the unit into standby
2 Press the up and down arrows together for
three seconds – it should say INst
3.Press ADD A ZONE
4.Press the zone
you’re adding the
controller to then
select UNDERFLOOR
HEATING
5.You need to install
a sensor (HCW82,
HCF82, DTS92) in
each zone controlled
by the underfloor
heating controller
and bind it to the
evohome Controller.
You need to repeat this
process for every zone
that uses underfloor
heating.
!
Make sure the zone
you’re adding on the
evohome Controller
corresponds to the
correct underfloor
heating zone.
3 Press the down arrow – it should say COnt
4 Press the up arrow three times – it should say CLr
5 Press the power button once to clear
any previous binding data
6 Press the up arrow – it should say COnt
7 Press the power button once to send the
binding signal to the evohome Controller
8 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
2
Hold
3 sec
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To bind the Room Temperature
Sensor (HCW82 or HCF82)
1 Press the bind button on the bottom right hand corner
of the unit once. The red LED light will flash
2 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
Continued on next page
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Step 3: Power up and bind devices
Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80 or HCC80) continued
Then on the underfloor controller
1 Press the bind button
until the bind button light
comes on and the zone number light flashes red
2 On the evohome Controller, press
the green bind button
If the zone light turns solid green the binding is successful
If the zone light turns solid red continue with these
instructions
3 Press the back arrow on the evohome Controller
4 Press the bind button
on the Underfloor Heating
Controller – the zone light should flash green
5 On the evohome Controller, press
the green bind button
6 The zone light on the Underfloor Heating
Controller should now be solid green
6 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
press
once
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Mixing Valve Controller (HM80)
evohome
Controller
If you are NOT
following GUIDED
CONFIGURATION
follow these steps
on your evohome
Controller display
once the Mixing Valve
Controller and sensor
have been installed:
1.On the evohome
Controller press and
hold “Settings” for
3 seconds
2.Press the green tick
3.Select ADD A ZONE
4.Select the zone you’re
adding the controller
to then select MIXING
VALVE
5.If you want to control
the zone temperature
with your evohome
Controller (the
evohome Controller
needs to be located
in that zone) YES,
otherwise press NO
and bind the sensor.
Power up and bind a Mixing Valve
Controller (HM80)
A Mixing Valve Controller should only be fitted by a qualified
fitter. Unless you’re using the evohome Controller as a sensor,
you need to install a sensor (HCW82, HCF82 or DTS92)
before binding the controller to the evohome Controller.
To bind the Digital Room
Temperature Sensor (DTS92)
1 Press and hold the power button for 2
seconds to put the unit into standby
2 Press the up and down arrows together for
three seconds – it should say INst
3 Press the down arrow – it should say COnt
4 Press the up arrow three times – it should say CLr
5 Press the power button once to clear
any previous binding data
6 Press the up arrow – it should say COnt
7 Press the power button once to send the
binding signal to the evohome Controller
8 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
2
Hold
3 sec
Continued on next page
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Step 3: Power up and bind devices
To bind the Room Temperature
Sensor (HCW82 or HCF82)
1 Press the bind button on the bottom right hand corner
of the unit once. The red LED light will flash
2 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
Then on the Mixing Valve Controller
1 Press and hold both buttons on the Mixing Valve
Controller for 4 seconds until the red light flashes
2 On the evohome Controller press
the green bind button
3 You should receive a SUCCESS message on the
evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind)
1
press
and hold
4 sec
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Step 4: System test
Now that all the devices are bound to your evohome
Controller and installed in their final locations, check that
the system works properly and that all the devices are
responding to commands from the evohome Controller.
You can perform a simple functional check of the heating
system by overriding the temperature of each zone to their
minimum and maximum while listening for a response from
the radiator (or zone) controllers and boiler. To save power
the battery devices only communicate with the evohome
Controller every four minutes therefore the system may not
respond immediately to a manual temperature change.
In this section
Advanced RF communication check
Mains Powered Wireless Devices
Battery Powered Wireless Devices
30
30
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Step 4: System test
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Advanced RF communication check
!
To save power the
battery devices only
communicate with the
evohome Controller
every four minutes
therefore the system
may not respond
immediately to a manual
change.
To check the RF signal strength between the
wireless devices and the evohome Controller go
to RF COMMS CHECK in the evohome Controller
Installer Menu and test each wireless device.
1 On the evohome Controller press and
hold ‘Settings’ for 3 seconds
2 Press the green tick
3 Press RF COMMS CHECK
4 Choose the devices you want to test
Mains Powered Wireless Devices
Mains powered devices do not need to be put into
test mode and will automatically respond to the test
message sent from the evohome Controller:
Wireless Relay Box (BDR91)
• The Relay Box will flash the green LED from 1 flash (poor) to
5 flashes (excellent) – no flashing means the Relay Box has
not received a test signal from the evohome Controller
Remote Access Gateway (RFG100)
• The evohome Controller will display the signal
strength (poor to excellent). The Remote Access
Gateway will not indicate the signal strength.
Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80)
• The Underfloor Heating Controller will flash the
green LED for the zone you are testing from 1 flash
(poor) to 5 flashes (excellent) – no flashing means
the Underfloor Heating Controller has not received
a test signal from the evohome Controller
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Battery Powered Wireless Devices
Battery powered devices need to be put into
test mode to send and receive a test signal:
Radiator Controller (HR92)
1 Press the
button, the zone name is displayed
2 Press and hold the
button again for 5 seconds
3 Turn the dial to display RF CHECK
4 Press the
button
The evohome Controller will display the signal strength
(poor to excellent) and the Radiator Controller will display
a signal strength bar and a rating from 1 (poor) to 5
(excellent) – 0 means the Radiator Controller has not
received a test signal from the evohome Controller.
5 To exit test mode turn the dial to exit and press the
button. It will exit automatically after 10 minutes.
1
2
3
4
Step 4: System test
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Advanced RF communication check continued
Radiator Controller (HR80)
1 Separate the Radiator Controller from
the adaptor on the radiator
2 Turn the adjustment dial clockwise (approx
two full rotations) until TEST is displayed
The evohome Controller will display the signal strength
(poor to excellent) – nothing on the evohome Controller
display means the Radiator Controller has not received
a test signal from the evohome Controller.
3 To exit test mode remove and reinsert the batteries from
the Controller. It will exit automatically after 5 minutes.
2
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Digital Room Thermostat (DTS92)
1 Put Room Thermostat into standby mode (show icon)
2 Press up and down together for 3 seconds
3 Press down once, the display should say CONT
4 Press down for 3 seconds, the display should say TEST
The evohome Controller will display the signal
strength (poor to excellent) and the Room Thermostat
will display a signal strength rating from 1 (poor) to 5
(excellent) – 0 means the Room Thermostat has not
received a test signal from the evohome Controller.
5 To exit test mode, press off on Room Thermostat for 5
seconds. It will exit automatically after 10 minutes.
2
press for
3 seconds
Step 4: System test
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Advanced RF communication check continued
Room Temperature Sensor (HCF82 or HCW82)
1 Remove the cover from the sensor
2 Press and hold the bind button until the red
LED goes off (approx 30 seconds)
3 The red LED will flash each time it sends a test message
The evohome Controller will display the signal strength (poor
to excellent) – no flashing means the Temperature Sensor has
not received a test signal from the evohome Controller.
4 To exit test mode, press the bind button on the Temperature
Sensor. It will exit automatically after 5 minutes.
1
2
press for
30 seconds
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Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92A)
1 Press the button on the Cylinder Thermostat transceiver
2 The green light should come on. If it doesn’t,
reinsert the batteries and try again
The evohome Controller will display the signal strength
(poor to excellent) and the transceiver should flash
the red LED from 1 flash (poor) to 5 flashes (excellent)
– no flashing means the transceiver has not received
a test signal from the evohome Controller.
To exit test mode press the button on the transceiver.
1
press for
5 seconds
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Step 4: System test
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Configuration and
modification
Once you’ve completed these steps you’re ready to start using
your evohome system. You can also make parameter adjustments
in the evohome Controller to match the exact requirements of the
heating system. The operation and functions of the each zone can
also be adjusted. These can be found in the Installer Menu.
Components can be added or replaced by editing
the zones or system in the Installer menu.
In this section
Parameters and control features
Adding and replacing components in an existing system
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Configuration and modification
Parameters and control features
Once you’ve completed these steps you’re ready to
start using evo. The user guide gives you instructions for
personalising the settings on the evohome Controller.
You can also make parameter adjustments on your evohome
Controller to match the exact requirements of the heating
system. These can be found in the Installer Menu.
1 On the evohome Controller press and
hold ‘Settings’ for 3 seconds
2 Press the green tick
3 Press PARAMETER SETTINGS and choose
the parameter you want to adjust:
–– Internal Sensor Offset
–– Cycle Rate
–– Minimum On Time
–– Fail Safe
–– Optimisation
–– Hot Water Parameters
For more details on parameters visit
www.evohome.honeywell.com
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Adding and replacing components in an existing system
Adding and replacing components in an
existing system
1 On the evohome Controller press and
hold “Settings” for 3 seconds
2 Press the green tick
3 To change a device in a zone press ZONE SETTINGS
and select the zone name To add or change an actuator
4 Press the application button then next and follow
the instructions to bind a new actuator
5 To change the sensor press the sensor button, select
the type of sensor or next and follow the instructions
to bind a sensor. If the old product is not required
in the system remember to remove the batteries as
it may still try to communicate with the system.
To change a boiler relay, system valve,
hot water component or remote gateway
1 Press SYSTEM DEVICE
2 Select the type of device and follow the instructions
to bind. If the old product is not required in the
system remember to remove the power as it may
still try to communicate with the system.
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Configuration and modification
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Appendix
Wiring diagrams, heating system schematics
In this section
Sample evo systems
Wiring diagrams
Safety information
evohome Controller technical data
42
44
48
49
Appendix
42
Sample evo systems
Single zone
The evohome Controller is the sensor for the whole home which
is controlled to the same time and temperature schedule.
This system also includes wireless connectivity,
which is available for any configuration.
RFG100
Remote Access
Gateway
Figure 1 Single
zone system
evohome
Central Controller
Radiators
Pump
BDR91
Wireless
Relay Box
BOILER
Honeywell S plan 2 two-port valves
There are two zone valves − one for stored hot water
one for central heating. The evohome Controller is the
sensor for the whole home which is controlled to the same
time and temperature schedule. The valves open when
needed. The boiler is operated via a wired junction box.
BDR91
Wireless
Relay Box
Figure 2 Honeywell S plan
DHW
Heating
BDR91
Wireless
Relay Box
Junction
Box
evohome
Central Controller
V4043
V4043
Pump
CS92A
Wireless
Cylinder
Thermostat
Radiators
BOILER
DHW Cylinder
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If a system has been
set up and the relays
are moved to a new
function, the relay
binding must be cleared
or it will continue to
carry out its original
function.
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Honeywell Y plan 1 three-port midposition valve
The operation is identical to the S plan but it uses
a single three-port or mid position valve.
BDR91
Wireless
Relay Box
DHW
Heating
BDR91
Wireless
Relay Box
Junction
Box
Figure 3 Honeywell Y plan
V4073
evohome
Central Controller
Pump
CS92A
Wireless
Cylinder
Thermostat
Radiators
BOILER
DHW Cylinder
Figure 4 Stored hot
water and zoned heating
system. This system needs
HR92s or other zoning
solutions for the radiators.
BDR91
Wireless
Relay Box
DHW
Junction
Box
evohome
Central Controller
V4043
Pump
CS92A
Wireless
Cylinder
Thermostat
Radiators
BOILER
DHW Cylinder
HR92
Radiator
Controller
Appendix
44
Wiring diagrams
Connecting a wireless boiler relay
Figure 5 Wiring for a basic
boiler (not requiring a
pump overrun). The relay
powers the boiler live input.
A basic boiler
Place link here
BDR91
A-B:5(3)A
A-C:5(3)A
230V
N L L A B C
50-60Hz
<5A
L
N
N L
A boiler that requires a permanent live
For use with boiler that require a permanent live (this
is a typical Combi boiler wiring) but please check
manufacturers instructions. This can be used for boilers
with low voltage or 230vac room thermostat inputs.
BDR91
Figure 6 Boiler that
requires a permanent live
230V
50-60Hz
L
N
A-B:5(3)A
A-C:5(3)A
N L L A B C
<5A
N L
Boiler room thermostat
terminals (see instructions).
Remove link at boiler if fitted.
If the boiler has an inbuilt
timer leave this on constant.
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Connecting a two-port zone valve
Figure 7 Connecting a
two port zone valve
G/Y: Green/Yellow
Earth wire
BL: Blue Motor Neutral
BR: Brown Motor Live
GR:Grey End switch (if
used) Permanent Live
O:Orange End switch (If
used). In wired system
this typically feeds
the boiler. When a
wireless boiler relay is
fitted the end switch
is not required
BDR91
230V
50-60Hz
A-B:5(3)A
A-C:5(3)A
N L L A B C
<5A
L
N
G/Y BL BR GR O
M
V4043H
Opentherm bridge
Figure 8
Opentherm bridge
Opentherm equipped boiler
Opentherm input on the boiler ONLY.
Do not connect to the room thermostat
terminals
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Wiring diagrams continued
Sundial or system valves
Figure 9 Two port valves
with a wired boiler. If a
wireless boiler relay is
used the Grey, Orange
wire and feed to pump and
boiler are not required.
S Plan: 2 two-port valves with a wired boiler
V4043H
ZONE VALVE
HW
GREY
BLUE
BROWN
MOTOR
MOTOR
1
2
DHW
RECEIVER
BDR91
L
N A B
3
4
L
N A B
5
6
7
8
9
ORANGE
HTG
RECEIVER
BDR91
ORANGE
L N E
BROWN
G/YELLOW
G/YELLOW
230V
50Hz
3A RATED
BLUE
GREY
V4043H
ZONE VALVE
HTG
10
NEL
PUMP
L
E
N
BOILER
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Y Plan: Three-port Mid position
valve with a wired boiler
L N E
HTG
DHW
RECEIVER
BDR91
RECEIVER
BDR91 C
L
N A B
1
2
3
ORANGE
230V
50Hz
3A RATED
GREY
WHITE
G/YELLOW
If a wireless boiler relay is used the Orange wire
and feed to pump and boiler are not required.
BLUE
Figure 10 Mid position
(3 port) valve
G/Yellow: Earth wire
Blue: Motor Neutral
White: Heating relay
Grey: Hot water relay
Orange: End switch (If
used). In wired system
this typically feeds the
boiler. When a wireless
boiler relay is fitted the end
switch is not required.
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4
V4073A
MID POSITION
ZONE VALVE
L
N A B
5
6
7
8
9
10
L
E
N
NEL
PUMP
BOILER
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Appendix
Safety information
Approvals
Conforms to protection requirements
of the following directives:
EMC: 2004/108/EC
LVD: 2006/95/EC
R&TTE: 1999/05/EC
Hereby, Honeywell, declares that this
evohome Controller is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
EMC compliance considerations
Refer to Code of Practice standards
EN61000-5-1 and -2 for guidance.
Caution: Isolate power supply and make safe
before wiring the unit to prevent electric shock
and equipment damage. Installation should
be carried out by a competent person.
Location of device
evohome Controller should be installed in
an open space for best performance as it is a
radio frequency device. Leave at least 30cm
distance from any metal objects including
wall boxes and at least 1 metre from any
other electrical equipment eg. radio, TV, PC
etc. Do not mount onto metal wall boxes.
For the best temperature control performance
the evohome Controller should not be
placed near heat or cool sources (e.g. cooker,
lamp, radiator, doorways, windows).
Disclaimer
This product and its associated documentation
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Honeywell Inc and its subsidiaries and existing
under the laws of the UK and other countries.
These intellectual and property rights may
include patent applications, registered designs,
unregistered designs, registered trademarks,
unregistered trademarks and copyrights.
Honeywell reserves the right to modify
this document, product and functionality
without notice. This document replaces any
previously issued instructions and is only
applicable to the product(s) described.
This product has been designed for applications
as described within this document. For use
outside of the scope as described herein, refer
to Honeywell for guidance. Honeywell cannot
be held responsible for misapplication of the
product(s) described within this document.
PLEASE RESPECT YOUR ENVIRONMENT!
Take care to dispose of this product and any
packaging or literature in an appropriate way.
WEEE directive 2002/96/EC
Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment directive
• At the end of the product life dispose
of the packaging and product in a
corresponding recycling centre.
• Do not dispose of the unit with
the usual domestic refuse.
• Do not burn the product.
• Remove the batteries.
• Dispose of the batteries according to
the local statutory requirements and
not with the usual domestic refuse.
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evohome evohome Controller technical data
Electrical
Power module
Input voltage: 230VAC *10%
Output voltage: 4VDC *0.2V, max 26W
Room unit power
supply input
4VDC ±0.2V, max. 2.6W
Low voltage cable
length (max)
10m, 1.0mm2; 5m, 0.5mm2
Battery type
(rechargeable)
Type AA 1.2V NiMH 2000-2400mAh
RF Communication
RF operation band
ISM (868.0—870.0) MHz, RX Class 2
RF communication
range
30m in a residential
building environment
Environmental and Standards
Operating temperature
0 to 40ºC
Storage temperature
-20 to +50°C
Humidity
10 to 90% relative humidity
non condensing
IP Protection Class
lP30
Mechanical
Dimensions
139 x 101 x 21mm (WxHxD)
evohome
evohome is designed to convert a system with single zone
pipework into a multi zone system, resulting in optimal control
and comfort combined with maximum energy saving.
For more information on Smart Heat Zoning for your home, visit:
www.evohome.honeywell.com
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