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SET3E Install and User Instructions
SET3E
electronic 24-hour
programmer for
heating & hot water
Installation & User Instructions
Index
Installation
Product specification
Installation
Wiring
Replacement
3
4-5
6-10
11-13
INDEX
User
2
What is a programmer?
14
Your programmer
15
Resetting the unit
15
Setting the clock
16
Factory pre-sets
16
Programming the unit
17
Temporary overrides
18
Manual switch settings
19
Memory back-up
19
Contact details
20
Installation Instructions
Please Note:
This product should only be installed by a qualified
electrician or competent heating installer, and
should be in accordance with the current edition of
the IEEE wiring regulations.
Product specification
Power supply
230 ± 15% Vac, 50/60Hz
Switch action
2 x SPDT Type 1B
Switch rating
Max 264Vac, 50/60Hz, 3(1) A
Timing accuracy
± 1 min/month
Power reserve
minimum 10 hours
Enclosure rating
IP30
Max. ambient temperature
45°C
Dimensions, mm (W, H, D)
158 x 99 x 38
Design standard
EN 60730-2-7
Control Pollution Situation
Degree 2
Rated Impulse Voltage
2.5kV
Ball Pressure Test
75°C
Specification
Specification
3
Installation
1.
Fix the wallplate to the wall or flush mounted box as
required. The connections are at the top and the
vertical centre line of the unit, at the position shown on
the diagram below C/L (in line with terminal )
Outline of
programmer
Leave sufficient space
for screwdriver access
C/L
Terminal
block
Wall or
plasterbox
fixing
Installation
Leave at
least 25mm
below
product
4
Rear entry
cable access
Cable aperture
knockouts
2.
Surface cables can only enter from below the unit. If
mounted on a flush mounted box, cables can enter
from the rear through the aperture in the wallplate.
3.
For mains voltage applications a link must be fitted
between terminals L, 2 and 5.
4.
Whilst the unit does not require an Earth connection,
a terminal is provided on the wallplate for Earth
continuity purposes.
5.
Referring to the wiring diagrams on page 6-10,
connect the unit as shown.
6.
The unit is supplied ready for use in systems having
PUMPED primaries. Should the unit be required for
use in a system having GRAVITY primaries, remove
the small link located on the rear of the unit. The link,
which is clearly labelled can be found on the bottom
RIGHT hand side of the unit.
7.
Ensure all dust and debris are cleared from the area.
8.
Locate the module on the latches at the bottom of
the wallplate and hinge upwards to fully engage the
unit connectors into the wallplate. Tighten the two
fixing screws to secure the unit to the wallplate.
9.
Before setting the programme, check the unit and circuit.
Switch ON the mains supply and press both WATER
& HEATING rocker switches to the ON position - both
red LED’s should now be illuminated. Adjust any remote
thermostat to check the services operate correctly.
11. Finally, press both WATER and HEATING rocker
switches to TIMED position prior to programming the unit.
Installation
10. Then press both WATER and HEATING rocker
switches to the OFF position and check that both
services do not operate.
5
Wiring
The following pages contain typical wiring diagrams for
various types of systems.
Note: Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of this
information it is recommended that the specific information relating to the
ancillary controls is obtained from the manufacturers concerned.
SET3E
2E
LS
SET2E, 3E, 3M &FP975 (3059 12/01)
A
Wiring - gravity systems
TE
NOTE: For mains voltage applications links must be fitted between
terminals L, 2 and 5
SET3E Gravity
Typical gravity DHW pumped HTG
D.H.W.
Programmer
Terminals
Mains
Supply
N
L
OFF ON
ON
N
L
1
2
Links
3 amp fuse
Room
Stat
N
Boiler
6
N N
HTG
Pump
3
4
OFF
5
6
SET3E Pumped
Typical fully pumped system with spring return
zone valve in HTG
D.H.W.
Programmer
Terminals
N
L
L
1
2
3
4
OFF
5
6
Links
3 amp fuse
Cyl.
Stat
Room
Stat
N
N
Boiler
& Pump
N
S.R.Z.V
in HTG
Other Danfoss Randall products suitable for use with above circuit:AT cylinder thermostat; 2 x HP22 or HP28 motorised zone valve with spring
return actuator and SPST auxiliary switch
Typical gravity DHW pumped HTG with spring
return zone valve in DHW
D.H.W.
Programmer
Terminals
Mains
Supply
N
L
L
S.R.Z.V
in DHW
1
2
3
4
OFF
5
6
3 amp fuse
Room
Stat
N
Cyl. Stat
N
OFF ON
ON
N
HTG
Wiring - pumped systems
Mains
Supply
OFF ON
ON
N
HTG
Boiler
N
N
Pump
Other Danfoss Randall products suitable for use with above circuit:AT cylinder thermostat; HP28C motorised zone valve with spring return
actuator and SPDT auxiliary switch
7
Typical fully pumped system with 3-port midposition valve
D.H.W.
Programmer
Terminals
Wiring - pumped systems
Mains
Supply
N
L
OFF ON
ON
N
L
1
HTG
2
3
4
OFF
5
Links
3 amp fuse
Cyl.
Stat
Boiler
& Pump
Room
Stat
N
N
N
3-port
mid pos
valve
Other Danfoss Randall products suitable for use with above circuit:AT cylinder thermostat
HS3 3-port mid-position valve with spring return actuator
8
6
Typical fully pumped system with spring return
zone valve in each service
D.H.W.
Programmer
Terminals
N
L
L
S.R.Z.V.
in DHW
2
3
4
5
6
Links
3 amp fuse
Cyl.
Stat
N
1
OFF
Room
Stat
N
Boiler
N
N
S.R.Z.V.
in HTG
Wiring - pumped systems
Mains
Supply
OFF ON
ON
N
HTG
Other Danfoss Randall products suitable for use with above circuit:AT cylinder thermostat
2 x HP22 or HP28 motorised zone valve with spring return actuator and
SPST auxiliary switch
9
Typical fully pumped system with fully motorised
zone valve in each service
D.H.W.
Programmer
Terminals
Wiring - pumped systems
Mains
Supply
N
L
L
F.M.Z.V
in DHW
1
2
3
4
OFF
5
Room
Stat
N
Boiler
N
N
F.M.Z.V
in HTG
Other Danfoss Randall products suitable for use with above circuit:AT cylinder thermostat
10
6
Links
3 amp fuse
Cyl.
Stat
N
OFF ON
ON
N
HTG
Replacement
Please see overleaf for a table containing replacement
wiring information.
Some time controls are connected in different ways
depending upon the type of system and/or the controls
which are fitted. Consult the column headed “NOTE: The
conversion applies only if....” to determine whether the
SET3E GRAVITY or PUMPED is the correct conversion.
If there is any doubt about the way in which the existing
programmer is connected, please contact our Technical
Services Department before proceeding with replacement.
Replacement
Note: The SET3E is a direct plug-in replacement for a
Danfoss Randall SET5, although it does not offer 5/2
day programming option
11
12
N
N
Landis & Gyr RWB2
Potterton
Mini-Minder
L
L
L
1
2
N
1,10
2,3
Honeywell ST669
1
L
L
2,3
N
Honeywell ST6400
Horstmann 423
Amethyst 7 & 10
Horstmann 424
GEM
Horstmann Leucite
423 & 424
N
Honeywell ST6300
L
N
L
L
N
N
6
7
L
L
N
E
L
N
N
E
Honeywell ST7100
Danfoss Randall
922/972
Danfoss Randall
4033
Danfoss Randall SET
5
Glowworm
Mastermind
Danfoss Randall
S E T 3E
(PUMPED)
MAINS
3
3
6
3
4
5
3
3
8
3
1
4
3
1
ON
-
-
8
5
5
-
-
-
6
-
2
1
2
2
COM
WATER
1
1
7
4
6
4
1
1
7
1
3
5
1
3
OFF
4
4
3
6
7
7
4
4
5
4
4
2
6
4
ON
-
-
5
7
8
-
-
-
3
-
5
-
5
5
COM
HEATING
2
2
4
8
9
6
2
2
4
2
6
3
4
6
OFF
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
Terminals 5,8 &10
are linked
Terminals 5 & 7 are
linked
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
NOTE: This
conversion applies
only if.....
8
An additional terminal
block is required
w here these
disconnected leads
(or pairs of leads)
should be terminated
A
B
C
D
13
Venner CHC/W2
(air stat linked)
Venner Venotrol 80M
& 80PM (with air stat)
Venner Venotrol 80M
& 80PM (air stat
linked)
Venner CHC/W2
(with stat)
L
L
L
N
N
N
L
L
L
N,2,4
N,3
N,3
L
2
1
N,2,4
2
7
1
3,6
Sangamo S409/3
L
2
N,1,3
Sangamo S409/1
6
6
L
1
4,5
Sangamo Form 1
410 & 414
Satchwell `Libra' &
DHP 2201
Satchwell ET 1401 &
E T 1451
Smith Ind. Centroller
90
Smith Ind. Centroller
1000
Switchmaster 800 &
805
Switchmaster 900 &
9000
1,7
N
Randall 3033
Mini-Minder
Potterton EP2000,
E P 3000
2
2
1
1
3
3
3
5
7
6
5
2
1
4
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6
7
-
-
3
-
-
1
1
-
-
4
4
1
-
8
8
4
-
2
5
1
5
A/S
3
A/S
1
1
4
4
4
3
1
5
8
2
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
4
-
-
-
-
5
4
4
-
-
2
2
2
-
5
5
2
-
7
3
2
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
is set to pumped
Pumped/Gravity link
is set to pumped
A/S,5
A/S,3A /S,3
A
3
6,4
A
B
6
B
C
C
D
The text below has been edited and approved by the
Plain English Campaign, who has issued a Crystal Mark
to be displayed with it.
What is a programmer?
What is a programmer?
... an explanation for householders.
Programmers allow you to set ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods.
Some models switch the central heating and domestic
hot water on and off at the same time, while others allow
the domestic hot water and heating to come on and go
off at different times.
Set the ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods to suit your own lifestyle.
On some programmers you must also set whether you
want the heating and hot water to run continuously, run
under the chosen ‘On’ and ‘Off’ heating periods, or be
permanently off.
The time on the programmer must be correct. Some
types have to be adjusted in spring and autumn at the
changes between Greenwich Mean Time and British
Summer Time.
You may be able to temporarily adjust the heating
programme, for example, ‘Override’, ‘Advance’ or ‘Boost’.
These are explained in the manufacturer’s instructions.
The heating will not work if the room thermostat has
switched the heating off. And, if you have a hot-water
cylinder, the water heating will not work if the cylinder
thermostat detects that the hot water has reached the
correct temperature.
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User Instructions
Your programmer
The SET3E allows you to switch your hot water & heating
on and off automatically, at times that suit you.
X and
+1 HOUR
button
W and
ADVANCE
button
Slider
switch
Rocker
switches
Resetting the Unit
Your programmer & resetting unit
The programmer provides 2 ON times and 2 OFF times per
day, and by the use of a simple rocker switch you can run your
heating and hot water separately, to suit your lifestyle.
IMPORTANT: Before you start you should reset the
unit. This will reinstate the preset programmes.
To do this:
move slide switch to SET TIME
position
using something non-metallic (i.e
a matchstick) press into the small
hole as shown opposite
RESET
15
Setting the Clock
Move the slider to SET TIME
position
Setting the time & factory presets
Use W and X keys to set the
correct time
Preset programme
The unit is supplied with the following preset programme
which will be active after the unit has been RESET (see
page 14):
ON at 6:30am, OFF at 8:30am.
ON at 5:00pm, OFF at 10:30pm.
To alter these times to suit your requirements, follow the
instructions on page 16.
Accepting the preset programmes
If you are happy to use the preset programmes above you
don’t need to do anything else.
Just return the slider to the
RUN position.
16
Programming the unit
You can programme your heating and hot water to come
on and go off twice a day, to suit your requirements. To
programme your unit:
Move the slider to the 1st ON
position and use W and X
keys to set the time you want
the programmer to first come on
Move the slider to the 2nd ON
position and use W and X
keys to set the time you want
the programmer to next come on
Move the slider to the 2nd OFF
position and use W and X keys
to set the time you want the
programmer to next go off
!
Programming the unit
Move the slider to the 1st OFF
position and use W and X keys
to set the time you want the
programmer to first go off
Remember to return the slider
switch to the RUN position after
programming
17
Temporary User Overrides
Sometimes you may need to change the way you use your
system temporarily, i.e. due to unusually cold weather,
increased hot water requirements. The SET3E has two
convenient overrides which can be selected without
affecting the set programme.
Note: This will only work when the slider switch is in the
RUN position and will automatically cancel at the start of
the next programmed event.
Temporary User Overrides
Advance
Press the ADVANCE button
once to move forward to the next
programmed event
If the system is on it will go off.
If it is off it will come on
A bar on the left of the LCD
will remind you that you have
selected Advance
To cancel the override, press the
ADVANCE button again
1 Hour Extra
Press +1 HOUR button once
if you need an extra hour of
operation
If the system is off it will come
on. If it is already on it will add
an extra hour so the system
stays on for an extra hour
A bar on the right of the LCD
will remind you that you have
selected +1 hour
To cancel the override, press the
+1 HOUR button again
18
Manual Switch Settings
The 2 rocker switches are used
to select how the SET3E controls
your hot water and heating. The hot
water and heating systems can be
controlled independently but share
the same time settings.
OFF - the hot water is manually switched OFF and will
stay off until you change the position of the switch
TIMED - the hot water will come on and go off at the times
you have programmed, plus any temporary overrides
CONSTANT - the hot water will come on manually and stay
on constantly until you change the position of the switch
HEATING switch
OFF - the heating is manually switched OFF and will stay
off until you change the position of the switch
TIMED - the heating will come on and go off at the times
you have programmed, plus any temporary overrides
CONSTANT - the heating will come on manually and stay
on constantly until you change the position of the switch
Memory Backup
Manual settings and memory backup
WATER switch
IMPORTANT
If the SET3E is ever disconnected from the mains the
display will go blank but the unit will keep your programme
time and settings for up to 10 hours.
When power is restored the unit will continue to function
as normal.
For power cuts or disconnections of greater then 10 hours,
when mains power is restored you must reset the unit (see
page 14). This will reinstate the factory preset programmes
and set the time of day to noon.
19
Still having problems?
Call your local heating engineer:
Name:
Tel:
Visit our website:
www.danfoss-randall.co.uk
Email our technical department:
drl_technical@danfoss.com
Call our technical department
0845 121 7505
(8.45-5.15 Mon-Thurs, 8.45-4.45 Fri)
For a large print version of these
instructions please contact the Marketing
Services Department on 0845 121 7400.
Danfoss Randall Ltd
Ampthill Road
Bedford
MK42 9ER
Tel: 01234 364621
Fax: 01234 219705
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Part No. 8658 Issue 05 02/06
SW REV 6.1
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