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economy radiator Electric radiator Installation manual
The Visage & Elegance range of Electric Radiators
the ultimate solution for central heating
INSTALLATION MANUAL &
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Models:
VIS1000.750.450
VIS1200.750.450
VIS1500.1050.450
VIS2000.1050.450
VIS2300.1350.450
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ELE1000.750.450
ELE1000.750.450
ELE1500.1050.450
ELE2000.1050.450
ELE2300.1350.450
Please read all instructions before using this appliance and ensure these are stored in safe
place for future reference.
Important Safety Instructions
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This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance;
WARNING: In order to avoid overheating, do not cover this appliance;
The appliance must not be located immediately below a socket-outlet;
To avoid burns, do not touch the hot surface of the appliance when it is in use.
Do not run the power cord under carpets, rugs or runners and ensure it is away from a traffic area
to avoid slips trips and falls.
Connect the appliance to properly grounded power outlets only.
Use the appliance only as described in this manual as any other use which is not covered in this
manual may cause fire, electric shock or injury to persons.
When installing radiators in bathrooms ensure the relevant section of this manual relating to
allowable installation zones in complied with.
If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer, authorised service agent,
or similarly competent persons in order to avoid an electric shock hazard;
Please do not place clothes or towels on the radiator as this will result in the radiator over heating.
Always use the appliance in an upright position; make sure the appliance is on a dry and even
surface.
Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust opening, as this may
cause an electric shock, fire and/or damage to the appliance.
Do not use the appliance for any other purpose than its intended use.
Do not position the appliances in close proximately to curtains or other combustible materials,
explosive objects, or objects which can be easily deformed or damaged
Keep combustible material such as furniture, cushions, soft furnishings, paper, clothes, etc. at
least 1.0m away from the appliance.
Do not operate in areas where paints or flammable liquids are used or stored.
The appliance is not suitable for outside use
WARNING - THIS APPLAINCE MUST BE EARTHED.
This appliance must be used on an AC supply only and the voltage marked on the appliance must
correspond to the supply voltage. Before switching on, please read the safety warnings and operating
instructions.
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nominal stress:
protection class:
degree of protection:
room thermostat:
230V AC, 50 Hz
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IP 24 & IPX4
4°C till 40°C
Note: The Visage & Elegance range of radiators are suitable for installation in bathrooms - see
Section 6 ‘Bathroom Zones for Radiator installation’
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Normal Operation:
1. Instructions for use
Switch the radiator on by pressing the
icon and select either the Comfort or
Economy Mode of operation. This is achieved
by briefly pressing the Mode button until the
desired icon is showing on the digital display.
The digital display will also show the current
temperature of the room. To check or set the
desired room temperature briefly press the + or
– button and the digital display will show the
thermostat temperature setting. If you require
the room thermostat temperature setting to be
increased or decreased, briefly press the + or
– button until the desired room thermostat
temperature setting is showing. The digital
display will flash approximately 4 times at 1
second intervals and then the digital display
will stop flashing and display the current room
temperature. If the current room temperature
is lower than the room thermostat temperature
setting you set as above, then the digital
display will show ‘on’ in the upper right section
of the display. This indicates that the radiator
is calling for heat and after a few seconds you
will be able to feel the heat coming out of the
top of the radiator.
Keyboard & Digital Display
The Keyboard consists of four buttons:
(+ ) Adjustment increase
( ) Adjustment decrease
Mode selection button
Power ‘on/off’ button
Mode button:
The Mode button has four stages of operation
‘Comfort’ ‘Economy’ ‘Frost Protection’ and
‘OFF’:
Note: The digital display will also show a
clock
icon periodically; however this
function is not installed in this radiator and
therefore should be ignored.
> Comfort Mode: The sun icon
is
displayed and this is normally used for day
time setting.
Keypad Locking:
> Economy Mode: The moon icon
is
displayed and this is normally used for a night
time setting.
To lock the keypad, simultaneously press the +
or – buttons for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds
the ‘LO’ message will be displayed indicating
the keypad is now locked. Once the keypad
has been locked pressing on any button will
display ‘LO’ on the digital display. To unlock
the keypad, simultaneously press the + or –
buttons for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds the
‘LO’ message should then disappear and the
digital display will revert to a normal display.
> Frost Protection Mode: The frost icon
is displayed
and this is normally used
for periods of absence from the house during
winter months. This is a factory pre-set mode
and is set to 7ºC
> OFF: The digital display will show two small
horizontal bars in-line with each other denoting
that the radiator is still switched on but that no
other program mode is required.
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Thermostat temperature Setting
Range: (Set Point)
Both the Visage & Elegance range of
radiators are suitable for installation in
bathrooms, however please see section 6
‘Bathroom zones for radiator installation’ to
ensure these are installed in the allowable
installation zones.
The set-point limit of the Comfort Mode is
between 7ºC and 30ºC and for the Economy
Mode will be 2ºC lower than the Comfort
Mode set-points (e.g. For above settings will
be between 5ºC and 28ºC)
The radiator comes complete with connecting
cable and 13 Amp plug.
However it is
recommended that the radiator cable should
be directly connected to a 13A rated switched
fused spur socket.
2. Important notes
During operation the temperature at the front
panel and at the hot-air outlet of the convector
may rise above 85ºC. Do not place any objects
on or beside the appliance, do not place
anything between the appliance and the wall.
Fixing for Wall Mount installation
Fix the appliance in place as per Figure 4
ensuring the requirements in the Safety
Instructions and Important Notes sections of
this manual are complied with.
Ensure that the hot air radiator outlets are not
covered by objects such as clothing or soft
furnishings, etc; otherwise a risk of overheating
of the radiator will take place.
Fix the appliance to an upright wall that is
resistant to a minimum temperature of 90°C.
Keep a distance of 250 mm to the floor. There
must be a minimum space of 100 mm between
the appliance and any other objects. Window
sills, roof slopes, brackets etc. must be located
at least 500 mm above the hot-air outlets of
the appliance
Combustible objects such as wood, paper,
textiles etc. as well as highly flammable
substances such as wax, petrol, aerosols must
not be placed near the appliance. Switch the
appliance off when carrying out work where
highly flammable vapours could emerge. (e.g.
laying or sealing parquet floors.)
When fixing the appliance to the wall observe
the dimensions given in Fig. 4. Drill two holes
of 7mm and fix the appropriate wall plugs.
Screw in the two 4 x 25 mm screws so that a
distance of 1 – 2 mm is kept between screw
head and wall.
Caution!
Installation of radiators must only be carried by
an authorized and competent person. Remove
the protection foil from all panels prior to first
use.
Secure the appliance on the suspension
brackets which are fixed to the back of the
heater.
The appliance should now be
securely attached to the wall.
3. Maintenance
To clean the appliance, switch it off and gently
rub it with a moist cloth using a mild detergent
if necessary. Finally polish with a dry cloth. Do
not use any abrasive or caustic detergents
when cleaning the radiator.
4. Installation instructions
These installation instructions are an integral
part of the appliance and must be kept in a
safe place by the user. Please ensure these
instructions are passed on to any subsequent
user or owner of the appliance.
The Visage & Elegance range of electric
radiators are intended to be fixed to walls.
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RADIATOR - REAR PANEL FIXING DIMENSIONS
A
C
(Fig 4)
D
E
B
F
G
Heating
Capacity
Width
A
Height
B
Depth
C
Fixing Dim.
D
Fixing
Dim. E
Fixing Dim.
F
Fixing
Dim
G
Weight
(Watts)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(kgs)
VIS1000.750.450
1000
750
450
85
442
140
375
250
11.5
VIS1200.750.450
1200
750
450
85
442
140
375
250
11.5
VIS1500.1050.450
1500
1050
450
85
740
140
375
250
15.0
VIS2000.1050.450
2000
1050
450
85
740
140
375
250
15.0
VIS2300.1350.450
2300
1350
450
85
1040
140
375
250
18.0
ELE1000.750.450
1000
750
450
85
442
140
375
250
8.2
ELE1200.750.450
1200
750
450
85
442
140
375
250
8.2
ELE1500.1050.450
1500
1050
450
85
740
140
375
250
10.3
ELE2000.1050.450
2000
1050
450
85
740
140
375
250
10.3
ELE2300.1350.450
2300
1350
450
85
1040
140
375
250
12.4
Radiator Model
Electrical installation
The appliance has been designed to be connected to 230 V (nominal) alternating current (AC); 50Hz
supply
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All electrical installation work, in particular protective measures, must be carried out in compliance with
the national regulations, statutory provisions and ‘best industry practice’ of the respective utilities
provider.
The electrical installation may only be carried out in compliance with the installation
instructions and by a competent suitably qualified electrical engineer.
The appliance has been designed for fixed connection, therefore the connecting cable of the appliance
must be connected to a suitable rated wall fixed ‘fused spur’ connector socket. (Note: Permanent
cables must not be connected directly to the appliance)
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Where a switched isolation wall socket is used then a 3 mm separation on all poles is required.
The minimum distance between appliance and connector socket must be 10 cm. The connecting
cable must not have contact with the appliance.
In situations where the connecting cable is damaged, it should only be replaced by authorized
replacements as identified by the manufacturer!
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All electrical installations must comply with BS7671 ‘Wiring Regulations’
5. Diagram of connections
temperature
controler
heating element
thermostat
(Fig 5)
toggle switch
Picture 2
6. Bathroom Zones for radiator installation
(Fig 6)
Note: IPX4 rated radiators are only allowed to be installed in Zone 2 or 3
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Telephone: 01698 820533
Fax: 01698 825697
E-mail: info@electric-heatingcompany.co.uk
Or visit our website www.electric-heatingcompany.co.uk
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