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Installation Guide
DEVIreg™ Touch
Electronic Intelligent Timer Thermostat
PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO ASSEMBLE THIS THERMOSTAT BEFORE FULLY READING THROUGH THE INSTRUCTIONS
AND UNTIL THE TIME OF INSTALLATION. Please note that disassembly can be challenging and should be avoided
to ensure against the damage to any individual part or the thermostat as a whole.
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Table of Contents
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1
Technical Specifications . . . . .
1.2
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . .
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Mounting Instructions
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Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1
Initial Settings . . . . . . . . . .
3.2
Forecast . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3
Window Open . . . . . . . . . .
3.4
Maximum Floor Temperature .
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Symbols
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Warranty
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Introduction
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DEVIreg™ Touch is an electronic programmable timer thermostat used for controlling electrical floor heating elements. The thermostat is designed for fixed installation
only and can be used for both direct heating of the entire
room and for comfort heating of the floor. Among others,
the thermostat has the following features:
▪ A touchscreen display with backlight.
▪ An easy-to-follow menu-driven programming and operation.
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▪ An installation wizard with room/floor type-specific
setup.
▪ Support for multiple frame systems.
▪ Compatible with several 3rd party NTC sensors.
▪ Thermostat settings can be specified before installation and imported to the thermostat using a web-generated code, or copied from a thermostat in a similar
installation.
▪ Smart access to thermostat settings after installation
by using a web code interface for easy setup or remote
troubleshooting.
More information on this product can also be found at:
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1.1
Technical Specifications
Operation voltage
220-240 V~, 50/60 Hz
Standby power consumption
Max. 0.40 W
Relay:
Resistive load
Inductive load
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Max. 16 A / 3680 W @ 230 V
cos φ= 0.3 Max. 1 A
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Sensing units
NTC 6.8 kOhm at 25°C
NTC 10 kOhm at 25°C
NTC 12 kOhm at 25°C
NTC 15 kOhm at 25°C (Default)
NTC 33 kOhm at 25°C
NTC 47 kOhm at 25°C
Sensing values: (Default NTC 15 K)
0°C
20°C
50°C
42 kOhm
18 kOhm
6 kOhm
Control
PWM (Pulse Wide Modulation)
Ambient temperature 0° to +30°C
Frost protection temperature
5°C to +9°C (default 5°C)
Temperature range
Room temperature: 5-35°C.
Floor temperature: 5-45°C.
Max. floor: 20-35°C (if unrecoverable seal is broken then up to
45°C).
Min. floor: 10-35°C, only with
combination of room and floor
sensor.
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Sensor failure monitoring
The thermostat has a built-in
monitoring circuit, which will
switch off the heating if the sensor is disconnected or shortcircuited
Cable specification
max.
1x4 mm2 or 2x2,5 mm2
Ball pressure test
temperature
75°C
Pollution degree
2 (domestic use)
Controller type
1C
Software class
A
Storage temperature
-20°C to +65°C
IP class
21
Protection class
Class II -
Dimensions
85 x 85 x 20-24 mm (in-wall
depth: 22 mm)
Weight
103 g
Electrical safety and Electro-Magnetic Compatibility for this
product is covered by the compliance with the EN/IEC
Standard “Automatic electrical controls for household and
similar use”:
▪ EN/IEC 60730-1 (general)
▪ EN/IEC 60730-2-9 (thermostat)
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1.2
Safety Instructions
before installation.
IMPORTANT: When the thermostat is used to control a
to determine suitable temperature settings (it is
restrictions.
Please also note the following:
▪ The installation of the thermostat must be done by
a licensed electrician according to local regulations.
▪ The thermostat must be connected to a power supply
via a suitably rated RCD/safety switch.
▪ Always connect the thermostat to continuous power
supply.
▪ Do not expose the thermostat to moisture, water, dust,
and excessive heat.
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Mounting Instructions
Please observe the following placement guidelines:
Place the thermostat at a suitable height on
the wall (typically 80-170cm.).
The thermostat should not be placed in wet
rooms. Place it in an adjacent room. Always
place the thermostat according to local regulation on IP classes.
Do not place the thermostat on the inner side
of an exterior wall.
Always install the thermostat at least 50 cm.
from windows and doors.
Do not place the thermostat in a way that it
will be exposed to direct sunlight.
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Note: A floor sensor enables a more accurate
temperature control and is recommended in
all floor heating applications and mandatory
under wooden floors to reduce the risk of
over-heating the floor.
▪ Place the floor sensor in a conduit in an appropriate
place where it is not exposed to sunlight or draft from
door openings.
▪ Equally distant and >2cm from two heating cables.
▪ The conduit should be flush with the floor surface countersink the conduit if necessary.
▪ Route the conduit to the connection box/thermostat.
▪ The bending radius of the conduit must be min 50mm.
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Follow the steps below to mount the thermostat:
1. Open the thermostat:
Important: Do NOT press on the display screen when
removing the front part.
pull toward you:
(bottom piece) until all wiring connections to terminals
are complete. The display screen is NOT EASY to
remove once it has been pressed into place!
2. Connect the thermostat according to the connection
diagram.
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The screen of the heating cable must be connected to
the earth conductor of the power supply cable by using a separate connector.
Note: Always install the floor sensor in a conduit in the
floor.
3. Mount and reassemble the thermostat.
▪ Fasten the thermostat to a wall bracket or
wall box by driving the screws through the holes
in each side of the thermostat.
▪ Put the frame on.
▪ PRESS the display module back in place
Important: Do NOT press on the display screen when
clicking the display module back in place.
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Initially it is recommended to leave the thermostat connected
to the main supply for 15 hours to fully charge the battery.
The current time and day is then kept for 24 hours if mains
supply is off. All other settings are stored permanently.
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Settings
3.1
Initial Settings
Initial settings must be specified when the unit is activated
for the first time:
1.
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Use the arrows on the
right side of the screen to
go to your language, and
press to select it. Then
press in the upper
right corner to confirm.
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2.
Press the hour numbers
and use the < and > arrows to set the hour.
Press to confirm.
3.
Press the minutes numbers and use the < and >
arrows to set the minutes. Press to confirm. Press again to go
to the SET DATE screen.
4.
Press the day, month and
year respectively and set
the date using the < and
> arrows and pressing
to confirm. When the
date is correct, press
to confirm.
5.
If you have already made
the installation setup online, press ENTER CODE
and go directly to Step
13 now. Otherwise press
SETUP WIZARD and go
to Step 6.
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6.
On the SETUP information screen, press to
start.
7.
Use the < and > arrows
to select whether only a
floor sensor or a combination of room and floor
sensors should be used.
Press to confirm.
Note: A "room only" option may also be available.
For details, see the "Maximum Floor Temperature"
section.
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Use the < and > arrows
to select the installed
floor sensor type. (Measured resistance and corresponding temperature
are shown in brackets).
Press to confirm.
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9.
Use the < and > arrows
to select the flooring
type. Press to confirm.
10. Use the < and > arrows
to select the room type.
Press to confirm.
11. Use the < and > arrows
to select the approximate
load of the heating element. If an external relay
is used or the installed
output is unknown, select the "– –" option.
Press to confirm. Use
the < arrow to find “_ _”
at the low end of this
range, or ‘zero’.
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12. Use the < and > arrows
to select whether the
timer should be activated
or not. Press to confirm and end the initial
thermostat setup. Skip
Step 13.
13. Enter your web-generated code. Then press
to end the initial thermostat setup. If no check
mark ( ) appears, the
hexacode is incorrect.
3.2
Forecast
The forecast feature is used when you switch between
economy temperature and comfort temperature. If forecast
is turned on, heating will start so that the requested temperature is reached at the specified time.
For example, if your comfort temperature is set to 22°C and
the comfort period starts at 6.00 o'clock am, heating will
start before 6 o'clock so that your room temperature will be
22°C at 6 o'clock. If forecast is turned off, heating will not
start until 6 o'clock.
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The forecast feature also optimises heating stop when
switching from comfort temperature to economy temperature.
How to turn the forecast feature on and off.
1.
Touch the thermostat
display to activate it,
then press menu.
2.
Press SETTINGS in the
bottom right corner of
the menu. Then press
OPTIONS.
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3.
Press FORECAST. Then
press ON to optimise
heating start/stop or OFF
to simply let the heating
start/stop at the specified
time. Press to confirm.
To return to the normal temperature display, press
the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen
until you get to the main menu, then press .
3.3
Window Open
How to turn "window open detection" on or off
1.
Touch the thermostat
display to activate it,
then press menu.
2.
Press SETTINGS in the
bottom right corner of
the menu. Then press
OPTIONS.
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3.
Press WINDOW OPEN.
Then press ON to temporarily turn off heating in
case of a sudden temperature drop in the room or
OFF to let the thermostat
heat during sudden temperature drops in the
room. Press to confirm.
To return to the normal temperature display, press
the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen
until you get to the main menu, then press .
3.4
Maximum Floor Temperature
How to set the maximum floor temperature
1.
Touch the thermostat
display to activate it,
then press menu.
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2.
Press SETTINGS in the
bottom right corner of
the menu. Then press INSTALLATION and MANUAL SETUP.
3.
Press MAX. FLOOR. Then
use the < and > arrows to
set the allowed maximum floor temperature.
Press to confirm.
To return to the normal temperature display, press
the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen
until you get to the main menu, then press .
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If you break the small plastic
seal on the back of the display
module, e.g. using a screwdriver, it will be possible to set
ture up to 45°. Furthermore, it
will be possible to use only a
room sensor. However, this
option is not recommended for
use with floor heating due to
an increased risk of
IMPORTANT: When the thermostat is used to control a
to determine suitable temperature settings (it is
restrictions.
Note
especially when using timber or timber laminate covering
and be aware of the following:
▪
placed.
▪
be up to 10 degrees higher than the top.
▪ Floor manufactures often specify the max. temperaInstallation Guide
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Thermal
resistance
[m2K/
W]
Examples of flooring
Details
Approximate
setting for 25˚C
floor temperature
0.05
8 mm HDF based
laminate
> 800
kg/m3
28˚C
0.10
14 mm beech parquet
650 - 800
kg/m3
31˚C
0.13
22 mm solid oak
plank
> 800
kg/m3
32˚C
< 0.17
0.18
22
Max. carpet thickness acc. to EN
suitable for floor
1307
heating
34˚C
22 mm solid fir
planks
35°C
450 - 650
kg/m3
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Symbols
The following symbols may appear in the upper left corner
of the temperature display:
Symbol
What it means
The thermostat is in manual mode, i.e. the timer
function is off. The timer lets you automatically
switch between economy and comfort temperatures according to a predefined schedule.
An away period has been planned. On the date
of departure, the away period starts at 00:00
and the specified away temperature will be
maintained 24 hours a day until the date of return at 00:00. At this time the normal temperature settings will resume.
An error has occurred. If you press the warning
symbol, more information on the error will appear.
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YEAR
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Product Documentation
Intelligent Timer
Thermostat
Floor / Room Sensor
220-240V~
50-60Hz~
0 to +30°C
16A/3680W@230V~
IP 21
140F1064
DEVIreg Touch Design Frame
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