Uponor Comfort-E Thermostat Dig. Prog Set T-86

Uponor Comfort-E
Thermostat Dig.
Prog Set T-86
E N I N S TA L L AT I O N A N D O P E R AT I O N MANUAL
08 | 2017
Contents
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2
Copyright and disclaimer......................................3
Preface...................................................................4
2.1
2.2
3
4
Introduction...........................................................5
Installation............................................................6
4.1
5
6
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LCD Display...............................................................7
Turn Thermostat On/Off...........................................7
Set the Clock.............................................................7
Temperature Display..................................................8
Set the Comfort Levels..............................................8
Lock the Thermostat..................................................9
Temperature Control................................................10
Temperature Hold....................................................10
Holiday Mode..........................................................10
Frost Protection.......................................................10
Optional Features....................................................11
Troubleshooting..................................................13
6.1
6.2
6.3
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Installation Procedure................................................6
Operation...............................................................7
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
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Safety instructions.....................................................4
Correct disposal of this product ................................4
Error Codes..............................................................13
Re-calibrate the Thermostat....................................13
Factory Reset...........................................................13
Technical data......................................................14
7.1
Technical specification.............................................14
7.2Dimensions..............................................................14
7.3
Wiring Diagram........................................................15
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Copyright and disclaimer
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Uponor has prepared this installation and operation
manual and all the content included solely for
information purposes. The contents of the manual
(including graphics, logos, icons, text, and images)
are copyrighted and protected by worldwide copyright
laws and treaty provisions. You agree to comply with
all copyright laws worldwide in your use of the manual.
Modification or use of any of the contents of the
manual for any other purpose is a violation of Uponor’s
copyright, trademark and other proprietary rights.
The presumption for the manual is that the safety
measures have been fully complied with and, further,
that Uponor Comfort-E Thermostat Dig. Prog Set T-86,
including any components that are part of such system,
covered by the manual:
• is selected, planned and installed and put into
operation by a licensed and competent planner and
installer in compliance with current (at the time
of installation) installation instructions provided
by Uponor as well as in compliance with all
applicable building and plumbing codes and other
requirements and guidelines;
• has not been (temporarily or continuously) exposed
to temperatures, pressure and/or voltages that
exceed the limits printed on the products or stated
in any instructions supplied by Uponor;
• remain in its originally installed location and is not
repaired, replaced or interfered with, without prior
written consent of Uponor;
While Uponor has made efforts to ensure that the
manual is accurate, Uponor does not guarantee or
warrant the accuracy of the information contained
herein. Uponor reserves the right to modify the
specifications and features described herein, or
discontinue manufacture of Uponor Comfort-E
Thermostat Dig. Prog Set T-86 described at any
time without prior notice or obligation. The manual
is provided “as is” without warranties of any kind,
either expressed or implied. The information should be
independently verified before using it in any manner.
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To the fullest extent permissible, Uponor disclaims
all warranties, expressed or implied, including,
but not limited to, the implied warranties of
merchantability, fitness for particular purpose and
non-infringement.
This disclaimer applies to, but is not limited to, the
accuracy, reliability or correctness of the manual.
Under no circumstances shall Uponor be liable for
any indirect, special, incidental or consequential
damages or loss that result from the use of or
the inability to use the materials or information
in the manual, or any claim attributable to errors,
omission or other inaccuracies in the manual, even
if Uponor has been advised of the possibility of
such damages.
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This disclaimer and any provisions in the manual
do not limit any statutory rights of consumers.
• is connected to potable water supplies or
compatible plumbing, heating and/or cooling
products approved or specified by Uponor;
• is not connected to or used with non-Uponor
products, parts or components except for those
approved or specified by Uponor; and
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• does not show evidence of tampering, mishandling,
insufficient maintenance, improper storage, neglect
or accidental damage before installation and being
put into operation.
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Preface
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This installation and operation manual describes how to
install and operate the components of the system.
2.2 Correct disposal of this product
(Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
2.1 Safety instructions
Safety measures
Conform to the following measures when installing and
operating any Uponor equipment:
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• Read and follow the instructions in the installation
and operation manual.
• Installation must be performed by a competent
person in accordance with local regulations.
• It is prohibited to make changes or modifications
not specified in this manual.
• All power supply must be switched off before
starting any wiring work.
• Do not use water to clean Uponor components.
• Do not expose the Uponor components to
flammable vapours or gases.
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We cannot accept any responsibility for damage
or breakdown that can result from ignoring these
instructions.
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Applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection
systems
This marking shown on the product or its
literature indicates that it should not be
disposed with other household wasted at the
end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the
environment or human health from uncontrolled waste
disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes
and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable
reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer
where they purchased this product, or their local
government office, for details of where and how they
can take this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check
the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This
product should not be mixed with other commercial
wastes of disposal.
Power
W arning !
The Uponor system uses 50 Hz, 230 V AC
power. In case of emergency, immediately
disconnect the power.
Technical constraints
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C aution !
To avoid interference, keep installation/data
cables away from power cables of more than
50 V.
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Introduction
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A programmable room thermostat is both a programmer
and a room thermostat.
A programmer allows you to set “On” and “Off” periods
to suit your own lifestyle. A room thermostat works by
sensing the air temperature, switching on the heating
when the air temperature falls below the thermostat
setting, and switching it off once this set temperature
has been reached.
So a programmable room thermostat lets you choose
what times you want the heating to be on, and what
temperature it should reach while it is on. It will allow
you to select different temperatures in your home at
different times of the day (and days of the week) to
meet your particular needs and preferences.
Setting a programmable room thermostat to a higher
temperature will not make the room heat up any faster.
How quickly the room heats up depends on the design
and size of the floor heating system.
The way to set and use your programmable room
thermostat is to find the lowest temperature settings
that you are comfortable with at the different times you
have chosen, and then leave it alone to do its job.
The best way to do this is to set the room thermostat
to a low temperature – say 18°C, and then turn it up
by 1°C each day until you are comfortable with the
temperature. You won’t have to adjust the thermostat
further. Any adjustment above this setting will waste
energy and cost you more money.
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You are able to temporarily adjust the heating program
by overriding or using the temperature hold feature.
Programmable room thermostats need a free flow of air
to sense the temperature, so they must not be covered
by curtains or blocked by furniture. Nearby electric fires,
televisions, wall or table lamps may also prevent the
thermostat from working properly.
Similarly reducing the temperature setting does not
affect how quickly the room cools down. Setting a
programmable room thermostat to a lower temperature
will result in the room being controlled at a lower
temperature, and saves energy.
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Installation
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4.1 Installation Procedure
Do
Mount the thermostat at eye level.
3. Connect the thermostat.
For more information, see section “7.3 Wiring
Diagram” on page 18.
Don’t
Do not install near to a direct heat source
as this will affect functionality. Do not
push hard on the LCD screen as this may
cause irreparable damage.
This thermostat is designed to be flush mounted and
requires a back box of 35mm (minimum depth) to be
sunk into the wall prior to installation.
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To install the thermostat, follow these steps:
1. Separate the front half of the thermostat from the
back plate by placing a small flat head terminal
driver into the slots on the bottom face of the
thermostat.
4. Screw the thermostat back plate into the back box.
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5. Clip the front of the thermostat back onto the
thermostat back plate.
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2. Place the thermostat front somewhere safe.
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Operation
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5.1 LCD Display
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
Pos
Description
9
Current Temperature - Indicates the current
sensor temperature.
10
Program Cycle Indicator - Displayed during
programming only to show which period is
being altered.
11
Keypad Lock Indicator - Displayed when the
keypad is locked.
12
Units of Temperature - Degrees Celsius or
Fahrenheit.
13
7
8
9
H
10
11
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Clock - Digital clock display in 24h format.
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A
5.2 Turn Thermostat On/Off
To turn ON the thermostat:
1. Press
Pos
Description
1
Room/Floor Temperature - Indicates the
current temperature sensor mode.
2
Day Indicator - Displays the current day.
3
Frost Icon - Displayed when the thermostat is
in frost protection mode.
4
Flame Icon - Displayed when the thermostat is
calling for heat, the flame icon will flash when
the optimum start function is in operation.
5
Floor Temperature Limit Icon - Displayed
when the floor sensor probe has reached the
temperature limit set on feature 09.
6
Temperature Hold - When a Temp Hold is
active, HOLD FOR and the remaining time
period is displayed.
7
Set - Indicates when changes are being made
to programs or temperature set points.
8
Holiday Indicator - Displayed when the
thermostat is in holiday mode.
once.
The heating is indicated ON when the flame icon is
displayed.
When the flame icon is absent, there is no requirement
for heating to achieve the set temperature but the
thermostat remains active.
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To turn OFF the thermostat:
1. Press and hold .
The display and heating output will be turned OFF
completely. For more information, see Feature 03 in
section “5.11 Optional Features” on page 12.
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5.3 Set the Clock
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R oom T emperature :
Day
Hours
H
A
Room Temperature
Minutes
H
F loor
To set the clock, follow these steps.
1. With the thermostat turned ON, press the
2. Use
A
temperature :
twice.
to set the hours.
Floor Temperature
3. Press H to confirm settings.
4. Use
to set the minutes.
5. Press H to confirm settings.
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6. Use
to set the day of the week.
7. Press A to confirm settings and return to main
display.
5.4 Temperature Display
This thermostat can show room and floor temperatures,
depending on if is set up to use an air sensor, floor
sensor or both. The display will clearly show which
sensor is being controlled.
When the thermostat is set to use both sensors, the
room temperature will be displayed.
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H
A
Note: Built in air sensor only MUST NOT be used to
control electric underfloor heating. Floor sensor only or
built in air & floor sensor together must be used.
To view the floor temperature, follow this step:
1. Press and hold A until Floor Temp is displayed on
screen.
Floor temperature will display for 5 seconds.
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5.5 Set the Comfort Levels
The thermostat lets you program a schedule for your
home that controls different temperatures at different
times of the day (and days of the week).
The schedule divides the day in four comfort levels. The
levels are defined by the time you wake up, leave the
house, return to the house and go to sleep.
2. Set the leave time and temperature.
A. Press
to adjust leave time.
B. Press H to accept.
C. Use
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to adjust temperature.
D. Press H to accept.
Note: Uponor recommend reducing the setpoint
temperature by 4 °C.
Three programming mode options exist, which offers
different options for programming the schedule:
• Non-Programmable – Basic up/down override
temperature control.
• 5/2 Day Programming – 4 comfort levels for the
weekdays and 4 for the weekend.
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• 7 Day Programming – 4 comfort levels for each
day.
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See section “5.11 Optional Features” on page 12
for information on how to change programming modes
(Feature 12).
To schedule time and temperature, follow these steps.
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(The instruction below is for 5/2 Day Programming.
It starts by programming the schedule for weekdays,
followed by weekends.)
1. Set the wake time and temperature.
3. Set the return time and temperature.
A. Press
once.
A. Use
B. Use
to adjust wake time.
B. Press H to accept.
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to adjust return time.
C. Use H to accept.
C. Use
D. Use
D. Press H to accept.
to adjust temperature.
A
to adjust temperature.
E. Press H to accept.
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RETURN
WAKE
H
A
H
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4. Set the sleep time and temperature.
A. Use
to adjust sleep time.
B. Press H to accept.
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C. Use
5.6 Lock the Thermostat
The thermostat has a keypad lock facility.
To activate the lock, follow this step.
to adjust temperature.
D. Press H to accept.
1. Press and hold A and together for 10 seconds.
You will see appear on screen.
To unlock, repeat the step above until the lock symbol
disappears.
Note: The keypad lock indicator is only displayed when
the lock is active.
5.7 Temperature Control
SLEEP
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To adjust the set temperature, follow these steps:
1. Adjust the set temperature with
H
A
.
When you press either key, you will see the word
SET and the desired temperature will be displayed
on screen.
2. Press A to confirm settings and return to the main
display.
5. Set the weekend times and temperatures (wake,
leave, return, and sleep):
A. Repeat step 1 to 4 for the weekend schedule.
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B. Press A at end of sequence to store and exit.
Note:
• In programmable mode, this new temperature is
maintained only until the next programmed comfort
level.
• In non-programmable mode, this temperature will
be constantly maintained.
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5.8 Temperature Hold
5.9 Holiday Mode
The temperature hold function allows you to manually
override the current operating program and set a
different temperature for a desired period.
The holiday function reduces the set temperature in
your home to the frost protection temperature setting.
For more information, see Feature 03 in section “5.11
Optional Features” on page 12.
To set temperature hold, follow these steps:
1. Press H to commence temperature hold.
2. Use
to enter the required Hold time, in intervals
of 30 minutes.
3. Press H to confirm settings.
4. Use
to enter the required Hold temperature.
5. Press A to confirm settings and return to main
display.
You will see the HOLD FOR indication is displayed on
screen. The time will countdown the set duration and
then revert to the normal program.
Hold ON Indicator
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The thermostat will maintain this temperature for the
duration of the holiday and will then automatically
return to the programmed schedule on your return.
To adjust the holiday mode settings, follow these steps:
1. Press H three times (until you see the suitcase on
screen).
2. Use
to enter the number of days holiday.
3. Press A to confirm settings and return to main
display.
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The display will show a suitcase indicating the
thermostat is in holiday mode.
Note: A holiday period does not start until 00:00 the
next day. For example, if you set a holiday period
on Friday for 2 days, Saturday will be counted as the
first day and the thermostat will revert back to the
programmed schedule at 00:00 on Monday.
Holiday Days
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Hold Time Remaining
H
A
To cancel temperature hold, follow the same steps but
reduce the hold time to 00:00.
ON Indicator
H
A
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To cancel, follow the same steps but reduce the Holiday
duration to 00 days.
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5.10 Frost Protection
5.11 Optional Features
To activate frost proctection mode, follow this step:
The following settings are optional. In most cases they
do NOT need to be adjusted.
1. Press
once.
To cancel frost protection mode, press
once again.
In frost protection mode, the thermostat will display
the frost icon and will only turn the heating if the room
temperature drops below the set frost temperature.
For more information, see Feature 04 in section “5.11
Optional Features” on page 12.
A djust O ptional F eatures
To adjust the optional settings, follow these steps.
1. If applicable, press and hold
thermostat.
2. Press and hold
below.
to turn OFF the
until the display appears as shown
Setting Value
Feature Number
Sun
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ROOM TEMP
H
A
H
A
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If the heating turns on whilst in frost protection mode,
the flame icon will be displayed.
3. Use
4. Use
to cycle through the feature.
to change the setting.
5. Press A to confirm settings.
6. Press
once again to turn the thermostat back ON.
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O ptional F eatures O verview
Feature
Description
Setting
01
Temperature
Format
00 = °C
01 = °F
(°C default)
02
03
04
05
Switching
Differential
01-03 °C
Frost
Protection
00 = Enabled (default)
Frost
Protection
Temperature
07-17 °C
Output Delay
00-15 Minutes
(01 °C default)
01 = Disabled
(12 °C default)
(00 default)
06
Communication Not in use on this
Address
model
07
Temperature
00-10 °C
Up/Down Limit
(00 °C default)
08
Sensor
Selection
00 = Built In Air Sensor
(default)
01 = Remote Air Sensor
02 = Floor Sensor Only
03 = Floor Sensor and
Built In Air Sensor
04 = Floor Sensor and
Remote Air Sensor
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10
Floor
Temperature
Limit
20-45 °C
Optimum Start
00-03 Hours
(27 °C default)
(00 hours default)
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Rate of Change
Minutes to raise by 1 °C
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Programming
Mode
00 = NonProgrammable
01 = 5/2 Day
Programming
02 = 7 Day
Programming
O ptional F eatures E xplained
Feature 01 – Temperature Format: This function allows
you to select between °C and °F.
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Feature 02 – Switching Differential: This function
allows you to increase the switching differential of the
thermostat. The default is 1°C which means that with
a set temperature of 20°C, the thermostat will switch
the heating on at 19°C and off at 20°C. With a 2°C
differential, the heating will switch on at 18°C and off
at 20°C.
Feature 03 – Frost Protection: You can set whether the
thermostat will maintain the frost temperature when
the thermostat display is turned off. As a default, this is
enabled.
Feature 04 – Frost Protection Temperature: This is the
temperature maintained when the thermostat is in frost
protection mode. The range is 07 - 17°C. The default is
12°C and is suitable for most applications.
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Feature 05 – Output Delay: To prevent rapid switching,
an output delay can be entered. This can be set from
00 - 15 minutes. The default is 00 which means there is
no delay.
Feature 06 – Communication Address: Not in use on
this model.
Feature 07 – Temperature Up/Down Limit: This
function allows you to limit the use of the Up and Down
keys. This limit is also applicable when the thermostat is
locked and so allows you to give others limited control
over the heating system.
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Feature 08 – Sensor Selection: On this thermostat,
you can select which sensor should be used. You can
select between air temperature only, floor temperature,
or both. When you enable both sensors, the floor sensor
is used as a floor limiting sensor and is designed to
prevent the floor from overheating.
Note: Built in air sensor only MUST NOT be used to
control electric underfloor heating. Floor sensor only or
built in air & floor sensor together must be used.
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Feature 09 – Floor Temperature Limit: When the Floor
Sensor has been enabled in feature 08, you can set
a floor limiting temperature between 20-45°C. This
protects the floor from overheating.
(27°C is the default).
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Feature 10 – Optimum Start: Optimum start will
delay the start up of the heating system to the latest
possible moment to avoid unnecessary heating and
ensure the building is warm at the programmed time.
The thermostat uses the rate of change information
to calculate how long the heating needs to raise the
building temperature 1°C (with a rate of change of
20, the thermostat has calculated the heating needs
20 minutes to raise the building temperature 1°C) and
starts the heating accordingly. On this thermostat,
optimum start works on the Wake and Return comfort
levels.
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Feature 11 – Rate of Change: Number of minutes to
raise the temperature by 1°C.
Feature 12 – Programming Mode: The following
programming modes are available:
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• Non-Programmable – Basic up/down override
temperature control.
• 5/2 Day Programming – 4 levels for the weekdays
and 4 different levels forthe weekend.
• 7 Day Programming – 4 levels for each day.
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Troubleshooting
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6.1 Error Codes
6.2 Re-calibrate the Thermostat
Error Number
If you need to re-calibrate the thermostat, follow these
steps.
1. Press and hold
to turn the thermostat OFF.
2. Press and hold BOTH and together until the
temperature appears on the screen.
3. Use
to configure the new temperature.
4. Press A to confirm setting.
5. Press
H
A
Error Code
Description
E0
The internal sensor has developed a
fault.
You should contact your thermostat
retailer for assistance.
E1
The remote floor probe has not been
connected, has been wired incorrectly
or the probe is faulty.
E2
The remote air probe has not been
connected, has been wired incorrectly
or the probe is faulty.
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once to turn the thermostat back ON.
Calibration Temperature Setting
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Set Icon
H
A
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6.3 Factory Reset
The thermostat has a reset function to restore all
settings to their factory defaults.
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To perform a factory reset, follow these steps.
1. Press and hold
to turn the thermostat OFF.
2. Press and hold
powers up.
and together until the LCD
All of the icons will be displayed on screen. When
the icons have disappeared from the screen, the
thermostat has been successfully reset.
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H
A
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3. Press
once to turn the thermostat back ON.
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Technical data
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7.1 Technical specification
Thermostat
Model
Input
Output
IP Rating
Uponor Comfort-E Thermostat Dig. Prog
Set T-86
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
230 VAC
230 VAC 16A MAX
IP20
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7.2 Dimensions
42
86
H
51
99
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A
NO
16
51
(mm)
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7.3 Wiring Diagram
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230 V AC
50/60 Hz
Mains supply
230 V
230VAC
Floor
Sensor
RT1
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RCD
Remote
Air Sensor
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RT2 N
L
N
LOAD
N
L
Floor Sensor
Matting or Wire
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Remote Air Sensor
(Optional)
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DK
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Production: Uponor AB, MRY, Virsbo; Sweden
1090632 08_2017_EN
Uponor Corporation
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Uponor reserves the right to make changes, without prior notification, to the specification of
incorporated components in line with its policy of continuous improvement and development.
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