TP7000-RF
User Instructions
RESET
Before programming the thermostat, press the recessed RESET button to reset,
using a non-metallic object (Fig.1)
Selecting the temperature display (°C or °F)
Press and hold DAY & COPY until display changes (Fig.2)
Fig.1
Fig.2
Selecting the clock display (am/pm or 24 hr)
Press and hold NEXT & DAY until display changes (Fig.3)
Fig.3
Setting the Clock & Day
Press PROG to begin programming (Fig.4)
Fig.4
Press DAY (Fig.5) until correct day is shown (1=Monday)
Press + & - to change time (Fig.6)
Fig.5
Accepting the Factory Pre-settings
The TP7000-RF has pre-set times already programmed in, which often suit
most people (Fig.7)
To accept these settings close the front cover and after 2 minutes the presettings will automatically be accepted.
Fig.6
Setting time and temperature events
Fig.7
1. 7-day mode (separate events for each day of the week)
a) Press PROG (Fig.4) until Event 1 flashes, then press DAY (Fig.5) to move from current day to Day 1 (Fig.9)
b) Amend the time and temperature as follows:
Mon-Fri
Event 1
2
3
4
5
6
Sat-Sun
Time 06.30 08.30 11.30 13.30 16.30 22.30 Temp°C 20 15 20 15 21 15 Event 1
2
3
4
5
6
i) Use + and – buttons to alter time (press and hold to change in 10 min increments) (Fig.6)
ii) Use ∧ and ∨ buttons to alter temperature in 0.5°C (1°F) steps (Fig.10)
Fig.8
iii) Press NEXT (Fig.8) to advance to next Event
iv) Repeat steps i,ii & iii above for Events 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
c)
When all 6 events are correct, press DAY (Fig.5) to programme events for Day 2 (Fig.11)
(If you wish to repeat the previous day’s programme, simply press COPY (Fig.12)
d) Repeat steps b & c above to programme (or COPY) events for Days 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7
Fig.9
1
Fig.10
Time 07.30 09.30 11.30 13.30 16.30 22.30 Temp°C
20
20
20
20
21
15
2. 5/2 day mode (one set of events for weekdays, another set for weekends)
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Fig.11
Press PROG (Fig.4) until Event 1 flashes, then press DAY (Fig.5) until display shows Day 1-5 (Fig.13)
Follow steps b & c above to programme times & temperatures for weekdays
2
Fig.12
Press DAY (Fig.5) to programme events for weekend (Day 6-7) or press COPY (Fig.12) to repeat weekday programme
Returning to RUN Mode – press PROG (Fig.4)
Fig.13
To convert to Thermostat mode – press & hold ∧ & ∨ together until display changes
to colon blinking & default temperature (8°C) (Fig.14)
Press ∧ & ∨ (Fig.10) to alter temperature as required To programme Holiday Mode (whilst in Thermostat Mode)
12345
Fig.14
Press DAY (Fig.5) (display will show a suitcase and :00) (Fig.15)
Press + & - to enter number of days of holiday (max.99) (Fig.6)
Fig.15
To return to normal operation press & hold ∧ & ∨ together (Fig.14)
User Overrides
Fig.16
The TP7000-RF has several useful user overrides, which can be selected without
affecting the thermostat programming.
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Selection of time or actual room temperature in main LCD display – press NEXT & COPY together (Fig.18)
Temporary overrides of programmed temperatures - press ∧ or ∨ to increase or decrease temperature (Fig.10)
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Extend event 1 to last all day - press button once (Fig.16)
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Extend current event by 1, 2 or 3 hours – press button once for 1 extra hour, twice for 2 extra hours, 3 times for 3 extra hours, and press 4 times to remove override (Fig.17)
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Fig.17
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Fig.18
Changing Batteries
Batteries will last in excess of two years. Low battery indicator will flash on the LCD
display. The user has 15 days in which to replace the batteries with high quality alkaline
cells (Fig.19).
Fig.19
Commissioning Instructions
To programme your thermostat(s) and receiver(s) to communicate with each other,
follow the steps below:
Step 1. TP7000-RF - Press & hold recessed LEARN button (using a sharp non-metallic object, i.e. bic biro top) for 3 seconds (Fig.20)
The thermostat now transmits a continuous signal which contains its unique identity for 5 minutes.
Step 2. RX1 - Press and hold buttons PROG & CH1 until green light flashes (Fig.21) The receiver has now learnt the unique transmission code of the thermostat
Step 3. RX2 / RX3 (if applicable) - For RX2 or RX3 repeat steps 1 & 2 for each thermostat and each corresponding channel (Fig.20 & 21)
Fig.20
LEARN
Fig.21
Green
light
flashes
Step 4. TP7000-RF - Press LEARN again to stop TP7000-RF sending signal
Danfoss Randall Ltd
Ampthill Road, Bedford, MK42 9ER
Tel: 0845 1217400
Fax: 0845 1217515
Email: danfossrandall@danfoss.com
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