Aube Technologies iYiYi User manual

Aube Technologies iYiYi User manual
TH115 A/F/AF
Owner’s Guide
Thank you for choosing the Aube TH115, a
programmable thermostat that provides both energy
savings and comfort.
TH115 Description
n On/Stand By Switch
GFCI Warning Light and Test Button
SW3
current time.
o Press DAY to set current day.
For AF and F models: one of the two
following messages may be displayed
if the installation is incorrect:
LO: The floor temperature is below
32°F (0°C), or the temperature
sensor is defective, or not connected.
The heating indicator
is displayed and the relay is closed
(energized).
HI: The floor temperature is above
140°F (60°C), or the temperature sensor is defective.
SW1
Day & Clock Settings
a.
Programming Mode
b.
Mode Selection/Exit Programming
DN
°F
°C
Early Start b
Disable
Enable
Time format
12-hour
24-hour
Temperature format
Control module
If you switch from °F to °C or vice versa, the
, and
setpoints
may need to be redefined.
When using AUTO mode, the thermostat calculates the optimum start
time to obtain the desired temperature by the set time. The heating
system could be started a few hours prior to set time when required.
Current Mode and Setpoint
Current Program Number
Setpoint definition/Pre-defined Setpoints
Increase/Decrease Temperature
The GFCI monitors the electrical flow for
any loss of current; if there is one, the
thermostat will cut off power to the heating
system. We recommend you test the GFCI
immediately after installing the control
module, and once a month thereafter to
ensure it is operating properly. To test:
Switches are
located on the
rear of the control
module.
To modify any
setting, switch
UP or DN.
heating indicator
• Successful: the TEST warning light is ON and
power to heating system is cut off.
• Unsucessful: the TEST warning light is OFF. Cut
power to heating system from the main power
panel and call customer service.
p When successful, reset thermostat (Stand By/On) to
power the heating system.
NOTE: If the test warning light comes ON during normal
operation, cut power to heating system from the main
power panel and have an electrician verify the installation.
NOTE: Keep the thermostat's air vents clean and free
from obstructions.
Temperature Setpoint
Operating Modes
The following temperature setpoints are pre-programmed:
Symbol
Description
Default
A/AF
F
Comfort (when at home)
70°F
82°F
Economy (when asleep/
away from home)
64°F
68°F
50°F
50°F
Vacation (during
until the
is displayed.
o Press TEST:
Power base
NOTE: The screw cannot be removed completely.
n Increase the temperature
Incorrect
UP
a
Align the bracket tabs on the control module with the
holes located on top of the power base.
Room OR Floor Temperature
GFCI Test (GA & GB power base only)
n Press HOUR - MIN to set the
Function
SW2
A Controls the Ambient temperature.
AF Controls the Ambient temperature and Floor temperature limit.
F Controls the Floor temperature.
Correct
#
Use this switch to put the thermostat in sleep mode
when its use is no longer required (e.g. summer).
This will not affect the clock or programming.
Models
When power is applied for the first
time, the LCD displays: 0:00, MO
(Monday),
and temperature (room/
floor).
Control Module Installation
This thermostat is factory-set to the following values:
Buttons and symbols
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
First Power ON
Switch Selection
prolonged absence)
New
Automatic
—Executes the schedule.
n Press MODE until
is displayed. The current program number is displayed.
You can temporary bypass the current program by setting a specific temperature
or
by pressing on a pre-defined setpoint button (
).
The new setpoint will be maintained until the beginning of the next program.
To modify a setpoint:
n Set the desired temperature using
o Press and Hold the or or
.
button until symbol is displayed.
p Press RET to exit.
and hold
while switching from
ON to Stand By then
back to On.
—Maintains a constant temperature.
n Press MODE until
o Set temperature
is displayed.
or press (
) to use
pre-defined setpoint.
Floor temperature limit—The floor temperature limit is
82°F. To modify this limit:
n Press
Manual
o Set temperature
p Press RET to exit.
To avoid damaging your floor, we
recommend
you
follow
the
supplier’s instructions.
Vacation
—Maintains the Vacation setpoint
during a prolonged absence.
Press
until the icon is displayed.
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Pre-programmed Schedule
Modify the Schedule
The TH115 programmable thermostat is pre-programmed
with the following schedule:
Notes:
You can program up to 4 different programs per day.
Each day can have different programs.
It is sometimes faster to program the same schedule
for the entire week and then to modify the exception
days.
To modify:
n Press PGM to access the programming mode
o Press DAY to select the day to be programmed (hold
for 3 seconds to select all days of the week).
Time you
wake up and
desired
temperature
Programs
Time you
leave and
temperature
during your
absence
Time you
return home
and desired
temperature
Time you go
to bed and
overnight
temperature
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
SU
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
8:30
8:30
8:30
8:30
8:30
--:--
--:--
16:00 16:00 16:00 16:00 16:00
--:--
--:--
p Press PGM to select the program number.
q Press HOUR and MIN to set the time or press
Custom Grid
Remote Input
Use this blank grid to record your new schedule.
Prog
Setpoint
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
SU
† F † AF
Temperature display: † °F † °C
Time display: † 12hrs † 24hrs
Model: † A
The TH115 is equipped with a remote input which allows
connection of a telephone controller (accessory
Aube CT240) or any other remote control system.
When a signal is received through this input, the TH115
will automatically switch from normal operating mode to
Vacation mode ( ), and vice versa when the signal is
removed.
Activating the Vacation mode
There are two ways to activate the Vacation mode:
n From the thermostat, see “Operating Modes” above.
o From a telephone (remote location). For details on
how to activate using a telephone, refer to the CT240
Instruction Manual.
CLEAR to clear the time (--:-- is disregarded).
r Repeat steps 2 to 4 for remaining programs.
s When completed, press RET to exit mode.
WARNING: When the Vacation mode is activated
remotely, it must be deactivated remotely.
NOTE: After 60 seconds of inactivity, the thermostat will
automatically exit programming mode.
23:00 23:00 23:00 23:00 23:00 23:00 23:00
Temperature Control
Technical Specifications
Warranty
The TH115 thermostat works differently than conventional
electromechanical thermostats.
It is equipped with a proportional integral adaptive (P.I.A.)
controller which determines heating cycles by analyzing
the temperature behavior history within the room.
The P.I.A. controller reduces temperature variations
providing an accurate temperature control while
increasing user comfort.
The controller determines the amount of power required
by the heating system to maintain the setpoint
temperature.
Model: TH115 A / AF / F
AUBE TECHNOLOGIES INC. ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Display range: 32°F to 140°F (0°C to 60°C)
Setting range (ambient): 40°F to 86°F (5°C to 30°C)
Setting range (floor limit): 40°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C)
Pre-programmed temperature setpoints:
Comfort:
Economy: A/AF: 64°F (18°C) and F: 68°F (20°C)
A/AF: 70°F (21°C) and F: 82°F (28°C)
Vacation: A/F/AF: 50°F (10°C)
Floor limit:AF: 82°F (28°C)
Accuracy:± 0.9°F (0.5°C)
1 to 20%
21 to 40%
41 to 60%
61 to 80%
81 to 100%
Storage:-4°F to 120°F (-20°C to 50°C)
Temperature control: Proportional integral adaptive,
15-minute or 15-second heating cycles according to the
application and power base.
Memory backup: In the event of a power failure, an
internal circuit will maintain the programming. Only the
time will have to be set if the power failure is more than
two (2) hours. The thermostat will return to the same
operating mode as set before the power failure.
This product is guaranteed against workmanship defects for a
one year period following the initial date of purchase. During this
period, AUBE Technologies Inc. will repair or replace, at our
option and without charge, any defective product which has been
used under normal conditions.
The warranty does not cover delivery costs and does not apply to
products poorly installed or randomly damaged following
installation.
This warranty cancels and replaces any other manufacturer's
express or implied warranty as well as any other company
commitment. AUBE Technologies Inc. cannot be held liable for
related or random damages following the installation of this
product.
The defective product as well as the purchase invoice must be
returned to the place of purchase or mailed, prepaid and insured,
to the following address:
If you have any questions concerning the
installation or programming of the TH115
programmable thermostat, call our technical
support team at:
Phone: Montreal area:(450) 358-4600
Canada / U.S.:1-800-831-AUBE (2823)
Fax:
(450) 358-4650
Email: [email protected]
Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM EST
For more information on our products, visit us at:
www.aubetech.com
Aube Technologies Inc.
705 Montrichard
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada J2X 5K8
®
As an ENERGY STAR partner, Aube Technologies has
determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR
guidelines for energy efficiency.
04/08/2003 920-115-007-00-1-A
Installation Instructions
MASTER THERMOSTATS
TH113-A/F/AF (12VDC)
TH114-A/F/AF (12VDC)
TH115-A/F/AF (12VDC)
TH116-A/F/AF (12VDC)
1. Introduction
This master and slave unit system is specially
designed for large floor heating applications
exceeding 15 A.
The master thermostat controls a single or
multiple floor heating zones driven by slave units.
The master thermostat can control up to 10 slave
units.
Each slave unit drives its own zone and is
equipped with a GFCI test button and warning
light as well as an On/Standby switch to facilitate
maintenance on specific zones of the floor
installation.
2. Operation
Master Thermostat
The master unit controls the temperature and
sends a signal to slave units when heating is
required. The floor sensor is connected to the
master unit. The master unit is powered by the
slave units.
SLAVE UNITS
CT230-120GA
CT230-120GB
CT230-240GA
CT230-240GB
3.2 Slave Units - Installation and Wiring
The slave units can operate on different voltages (e.g. 5 units @ 120 V and 5 @ 240 V).
• Required parts: CT230-120GA, -120GB, -240GA or -240GB
• Installation: On an electrical box
• Location: Installation near the master
thermostat is not required (i.e. can be
installed in a utility room).
• Wiring: The power bases are joined
through a daisy chain connection.
n
Connect the 120 V or 240 V power
base wires to the power (line) and to
the load (floor) using solderless connectors for copper wires, and secure
the base to the electrical box.
o
Affix the wiring sticker (in the CT230
box) to the base.
p
Connect the slave power bases
together as per FIGURE 1.
q
Once installation and wiring is complete, mount the CT230 interface:
a) Align the bracket tabs of the
CT230 with the holes located on
top of the power base.
b) Secure the CT230 interface using the screw (captive).
r
Switch all slave power bases to STANDBY by sliding the protective door upwards
and positioning the switch to STANDBY.
Install and connect the master unit (see 3.3).
Slave Unit
The slave unit receives the signal sent by the
master unit and activates its load.
NOTE: There must be a minimum of one slave
unit ON to power the master unit.
3. Installation
Turn off power to the heating system at the
main power panel to avoid electrical shock.
Installation should be carried out by an
electrician.
3.1 Wiring Guidelines
• The wire distance between the master thermostat and slave unit should not exceed 500 ft.
(150 m).
• The floor sensor cable should not exceed
200 ft. (60 m).
• A 3-wire 20 AWG cable is recommended.
FIGURE 1
Connections
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3.3 Master Thermostat - Installation and Wiring
Technical Specifications
WARNING: Make sure all slave units are in STANDBY mode.
Temperature:
- Operation: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
- Storage: -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C)
•Required parts:
TH113-A/F/AF (12VDC),
TH114-A/F/AF (12VDC),
TH115-A/F/AF (12VDC) or
TH116-A/F/AF (12VDC)
• Location: anywhere easily accessible to users.
Temperature control: AF (ambient with floor limit) / A (ambient)
•
Install the master thermostat in the controlled area.
•
Choose a location about 5 ft. above the floor in an area where the temperature is stable.
•
Avoid locations where there are air drafts (top of staircase, air outlet), dead air
spots (behind a door), direct sunlight or concealed chimneys or stove pipes.
Temperature control: F (floor)
•
s
Can be installed anywhere.
Wire the 12 VDC base to the nearest slave unit.
The floor sensor must be installed in an area where average temperature can be
read. The cable must follow the wall down to the floor and must not cross any
heater wires or be directly on or adjacent to a heating wire.
For maximum performance, the sensor probe should be centered between the
wires in the mat (max. 80°C).
t
Push the excess wire into the wall, secure the base using the provided screws
and wall anchors, and install the TH11x thermostat onto the base.
u
Once the thermostat is installed, return power to heating system and switch all
slave units and the master thermostat to ON.
TH113/TH114/TH115/TH116 (A/F/AF-12VDC)
Power supply
12 V from remote unit
Maximum
slave units
up to 10 slave units per
master thermostat
Wire gauge
20 AWG
Size (H • W • D)
BASE
4.63 x 2.7 x 0.61 in.
(117.5 x 68.3 x 15 mm)
NOTE: Refer to the TH11x user guide for technical specifications.
CT230-120GA/120GB/240GA/240GB
Supply
- PB112-120
- PB112-240
1800 W @ 120 VAC
60 Hz, 15 A resistive
3600 W @ 240 VAC
60 Hz, 15 A resistive
GFCI
GA=5 mA / GB=30 mA
Certification
c CSA us
Size (H • W • D)
BASE
4.63 x 2.7 x 1.45 in.
(117.5 x 68.3 x 37 mm)
Size (H • W • D)
INTERFACE
4.67 x 2.74 x 0.67 in.
(118.6 x 69.6 x 17 mm)
Service
If you have any questions concerning the
installation of the master thermostat or slave
units, contact our technical support team at:
3.4 Slave Units - GFCI Test
We recommend you test the GFCI immediately after installing the thermostat, and
once a month thereafter to ensure it is operating properly.
If the test warning light comes ON during normal operation, cut power to heating
system from the main power panel and verify the installation.
Montreal area:
Canada / U.S.:
Fax:
Email:
(450) 358-4600
1-800-831-AUBE (2823)
(450) 358-4650
[email protected]
Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM EST.
For more information on our products, visit us at
www.aubetech.com
Warranty
n
o
Slide the protective door upwards and make sure the switch is ON.
Press TEST.
•
The test is successful if the TEST warning light is ON and power is cut off.
•
If the test fails (first installation test):
a. Verify installation
b. Check the load wires
c. Once you've identified the problem, run the GFCI test again
•
If the test fails (monthly maintenance):
a. Cut power to heating system from the main power panel and call customer
service
p
When the test is successful, reset the slave unit by switching from ON to
STANDBY then back to ON.
q
Repeat steps 1 to 3 for all slave units.
AUBE TECHNOLOGIES INC.
ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
This product is guaranteed against workmanship
defects for a one year period following the initial
date of purchase. During this period, AUBE
Technologies Inc. will repair or replace, at our
option and without charge, any defective product
which has been used under normal conditions.
The warranty does not cover delivery costs and
does not apply to products poorly installed or
randomly damaged following installation. This
warranty cancels and replaces any other
manufacturer's express or implied warranty as
well as any other company commitment.
AUBE Technologies Inc. cannot be held liable for
related or random damages following the
installation of this product. The defective product
as well as the purchase invoice must be returned
to the place of purchase or mailed, prepaid and
insured, to the following address:
Aube Technologies Inc.
705 Montrichard
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec,
Canada J2X 5K8
400-230-000-C
5/12/05
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