MiStat P Installation Guide

Step 1: Mounting the Wall-plate
Applications
The electronic room thermostat MiStat P can be used
for temperature control together with:
MiStat Programmable
Room Thermostat
Model: P710R
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Boilers
Oil and gas warm water heating
Actuators of floor heating systems or radiators
Circulating pumps
Heat pumps
Option 1: Fitting a new wall-plate
! IMPORTANT:
Installation must only be carried out by a
qualified electrician or heating engineer.
Make sure mains input has a 3 amp fuse.
! CAUTION! Before installation, make sure the
mains supply is switched off!
A MiStat R receiver is required for operation.
Loosen the securing screws, remove the wallplate
and, if surface wiring is to be used, snap out
the cable entry strip on the bottom edge of the
wallplate with a pair of pliers. Fix the wallplate,
terminals at the top, either direct onto the flat
wall using wall plugs and no 6 x1” wood screws
or on a plastic flush mounting single conduit box
using M3.5 x 14 screws. Check that there’s 20mm
clearance to the right of the wall-plate and 25mm
above it. Complete the wiring to the MiStat R
wallplate in accordance with the wiring diagram
in step 2, to comply with current IEE regulations.
Place the MiStat R onto the wallplate and tighten
the securing screws.
Note: To ensure a properly working heating
system, the menu items in the Installer settings
have to be set according to the needs of the
heating system, see step 5.
Caution!
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The radio receiver may be installed only by a competent
electrician in compliance with the circuit diagram
enclosed in the top housing cover or in compliance
with these instructions. The current safety regulations
must be observed.
MiStat
Technical Helpline: 0333 7000 622
Website: www.draytoncontrols.co.uk
E-mail: customer.care@draytoncontrols.co.uk
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In order to achieve protection class II, adequate
installation measures must be taken.
Check the 3A fuse, and switch on the mains.
Warning: Installing the MiStat R too close to the
metal side panel or mains cables may interfere
with the radio signal.
This radio receiver, which can be installed separately,
is designed exclusively for temperature control in dry
and closed rooms and standard environments. This
electronic device was created according EN60730-1, it
operates according working principle 1C.
Option 2: Using an existing wall-plate
401 Southway Drive
Plymouth
PL6 6QT
United Kingdom
Loosen the securing screws on the old receiver
and unplug it. Check that there’s 20mm
clearance to the right of the wall-plate and 25mm
above it. Check the wiring diagram for your
product model to compare terminals and, if
necessary, change the wiring of the wall-plate to
suit. Now plug the MiStat R unit into the
wall-plate and tighten the securing screws.
! DO NOT
use a surface
mounting box
EU Design Regs:- 002180638-1/2/3
Installation Guide 06490189001 Iss G
INSTALLATION Guide
The ideal location is close to the boiler or central
heating system. For the best performance install
in an open space, at least 30cm distance from any
metal objects including wall boxes and the boiler
housing. It is recommended that the MiStat R is
mounted on the wall nearest the final location of
the MiStat P room unit and not less than 30cm
from the boiler side panel.
Hereby, Schneider Electric Controls UK LTD, declares
that this MiStat Programmable Room Thermostat is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of RED-DIRECTIVE 2014/53/EU.
Declaration can be downloaded from:
www.draytoncontrols.co.uk
Check the 3A fuse, and switch on the mains.
Step 2: Wiring
Step 3: Signal Strength
Combi boiler basic wiring layout
Switched
Sw
Internal
Internal
boiler
boiler
electronics
electronics
230V AC LL -fused 3A, NN --
Volt free contacts
N
To help with this there is a built in Signal strength
indicator as shown below (see also Step 5 Installer
settings).
External
External
controls
controls
connections
connections
It is recommended that the signal strength is ‘Good’
or ‘Very Good’ to ensure ongoing communication
is maintained.
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2
1
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The MiStat Programmable Room thermostat is prebound to the MiStat receiver in the factory so they just
need to be positioned in the best place for wireless
communication.
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230V AC 50Hz
Fused 3A
L
1
Common
2
MiStat
MiStat R
R
3
Call for
heating heat
satisfied
or call for
cooling
This product is double insulated and does not
require an earth connection. The MiStat R should
be wired to the boiler or central heating wiring
using the correct type of cable or flex. The MiStat
R should be wired to replace hard wired room
or programmable thermostats, as shown on the
system or boiler wiring diagrams.
Always check other manufacturers instructions for
compatibility.
Radio
Radio signals
signals
to
to MiStat
MiStat RR -- no
no wiring
wiring
Zone control basic wiring layout
Switched live
from wiring
centre
If ‘Poor’ is displayed, look for a better location.
If ‘No Signal’ is displayed, try connecting again with
the room unit in a different position.
Motorised
Motorised valve
valve
N
N
230V
230V AC
AC
fused
fused 3A
3A
N
L
1
2
MiStat
MiStat R
R
Note: If not bound, the bind screen will be visible.
To
To boiler
boiler
and/or
and/or
pump
pump
LL
For commissioning see Step 6
3
Radio
Radio signals
signals
to
MiStat
to MiStat RR -- no
no wiring
wiring
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Step 4: Mounting Options
Step 5: Installer Settings
Once the best position has been identified, the MiStat
should be fixed to the wall using the wall bracket as
shown.
From the Home screen, select
Settings, then Installer settings
as shown.
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Customise the controller according to application
requirements (from installer only)
From here you can edit the
assigned zones, rename them if
required and adjust the Service
settings.
Technical Data
MiStat P721R & MiStat R111M
If using the Service feature,
remember to set the Password
when complete.
Supply voltage
MiStat
Care should be taken to mount the thermostat in a
position which is not subject to direct sunlight or
draughts. Preferably it should be mounted on an inside
wall about 1.2m (4ft) above the floor in a position where
it can respond to room temperature but away from the
direct influence of radiators or other appliances giving
off heat.
MiStat P: 2 x AA 1,5V alkaline
batteries
MiStat R: 230V
Switch rating
MiStat R: 2(1)A 230V a.c.
Ambient
temperature
Operating: 0°C to 45°C;
Storage: –20°C to 55°C;
Battery life
MiStat P: 2 years (typically)
Temperature
range
5°C to 30°C
Temperature
resolution
0.5 °C, display and setting
Control accuracy
<0.6°C at 4°/hour
Wiring
MiStat R: Fixed wiring only, to comply with
current IEE regulations (BS7671) MiStat P: No
wiring required
Mounting
MiStat R: Industry standard wallplate MiStat P:
Wall bracket or table stand
Radio frequency
868.3MHz (Bi-directional
communication)
Radio signal range
30m typically. The range may be affected by
the composition / density and number of
walls between the MiStat P and MiStat R
Pollution degree
2
1.2m
NB. MiStat can also be positioned using the table
stand included.
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Software class
A
Software Version
6712063
Maximum Radiated
Power
Rated impulse
voltage
+11dBm (12.6mW)
Ball pressure test
temperature
MiStat R: 75°C
Energy Class
IV = 2% (According to EU 811/2013,
812/2013, 813/2013, 814/2013)
MiStat
MiStat
EN60730-1; EN60730-2-7; EN60730-2-9 ETSI
EN 300 220-3; ETSI EN 301 489-3
Applied
Standards:
Step 6: Commissioning
Step 5: Installer Settings (continued)
Feature:
Description:
Installer settings
Zone settings
! CAUTION! These settings should only be set-up by a qualified person. They can influence safety and the
proper functioning of the system.
Customise the MiStat according to personal requirements
Rename zone
To rename an existing zone
Heating
Minimum temp
It will not be possible to set a lower temperature
5°C
Maximum temp
It will not be possible to set a higher temperature
30°C
Backlight
Available options are: On with timeout, Always Off
On with timeout
Powersave
To reduce power use when not being adjusted. Available options are: Partial
display with key data, no display until button press.
Partial display
Temp. offset
Adjust the displayed temperature to personal needs
0.0°C
Screen lock
Enable or disable the lock in the room unit.
To Lock: Enter a 3 digit code for protection
To Unlock: Enter the 3 digit code
Bind the remote thermostat to the receiver.
Disabled
Master Code 401
RF binding
2014/53/EU RED Directive
2006/66/EC Battery Directive
2011/65/EU RoHS Directive
Relevant EC
Directives:
It has to be placed in a location where it will be able to
control the room temperature.
Factory Pre-Set:
User Code:
MiStat R: 2.5kV
Pre-bound
System settings
Customise the MiStat according to system requirements
Control type
Select TPI, TP or On/Off
TPI
Cycle rate (only when
Control type is TPI or TP)
Min on/off (only when
Control type is On/off)
Hysteresis (only when
Control type is On/off)
Select 6 (Gas) cph (cycles per hour), 12 (Electric) cph or 3 (Oil) cph
6 cph
Select 1 to 30 minutes (The minimum duration for the relay to be On or Off)
5 min.
Select Off, 0.1 to 5° (Off = No temperature hysteresis, even on very low temp.
changes, the relay will switch over according to Min On/Off time)
0.5°C
Frost protection
Enable or disable the Frost protection in the MiStat unit. (Temperature = 5°C)
Disabled
Valve protection
The output will be activated for the specified time (in minutes). This will happen
weekly, related to the last actuation of the output. Select 0 to 10 minutes.
0 minutes (Off)
Optimum/Delayed start
Available options are: Off, Optimum, Delayed
Off
System reset
Will reset all settings to factory pre-sets
View product information
View the product details, e.g. Part number, Firmware revision etc.
Signal strength
Informs about the current signal strength, see step 3.
Service settings
Si status
To help comply with regulation 36 of the Gas safety [Installation & Use] regulations 1998. On expiry of
the warning period, the alarm sounds, starting at midday and continuing until a button is pressed. This is
repeated daily until the service function is reset. To enter these settings a code is requested.
Enable or disable Service mode
Disabled
Si type
Select between, Reduced comfort, Switched off & No effect (warnings only)
Reduced Comfort
Reduced comfort duration
Set the duration for the reduced comfort setting (0 to 60mins.)
15 min.
Si due date
Set the date the next boiler service is due
Today
Warning start
Set the number of days for the on-screen service due warning (0 to 60 days)
30 days
Boost status
Enable or disable Service Boost
Disabled
No. of boosts
Set the number of Boosts to be available after service is due (1 to 99)
10
Audible alarm
Enable or disable Service Alarm
Enabled
Installer tel.
Enter the Installer telephone number if required
Set password
Set password to restrict access to the Service settings
MiStat Receiver
Note: Only needed if not already bound, ie if
replacing either the MiStat thermostat or the
MiStat receiver.
1.
Immediately after binding, these signals will indicate
the signal quality for 1 minute.
Turn on power for the receiver. The red LED will
come on.
If LED is green or Off, the device is already
bound, no further action needed here (If a
separate programmer/Timer is fitted, ensure
that it is switched on)
2.
Push the button for >5 Seconds and the LED
will flash red – yellow – green --- -red – yellow green…
3.
Enter binding mode on the corresponding
MiStat room unit, see Step 5: Installer settings
Important: It is essential, that the binding is
carried out between the corresponding room
unit and the receiver
4.
The possible results are as follows;
1.‘ Bind OK’ will be indicated on the MiStat
room unit if binding was successful.
After a few seconds the Signal strength will be
indicated on both the MiStat room unit and the
MiStat receiver, see below.
2. ‘ Bind Failed’ will be displayed if
unsuccessful.
3. If ‘Poor’ signal is displayed, look for a better
location.
4. If ‘No Signal’ is displayed, try connecting
again with the room unit in a different position.
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three green flashes = Very good signal
double amber flashes = Good signal
single red flashes = Poor signal
steady red = No signal
To check the wireless connection
A green LED on the receiver will indicate a good RF
connection.
Installer Notes:
MiStat Room Unit
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Client
Schneider Electric File Name
Artworker
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Creative Director
Modi cation Date
Proof Stage
18/02/17
6490189_G Artwork.pdf
PRINT
Finished Size
280x297mm
Artwork %
100%
Bleed
3mm
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