Climapro room thermostat user s manual

Climapro room thermostat user s manual
Instructions for Use
Climapro
Programmable Room Thermostat
Climapro RF
Radio Controlled Programmable
Room Thermostat
www.glow-worm.co.uk
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General
Customer Service:
01773 828100
Technical Helpline:
01773 828300
General and Sales enquiries:
Tel. 01773 824639
Fax: 01773 820569
The instructions are an integral part of the control
and must, to comply with the current issue of the Gas
Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations, be handed
to the user on completion of the installation.
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Contents
General Information
General, Documents, Application,
Servicing & Recycling Instructions for Use
Control buttons
Main display
Description of buttons Display symbols
Choosing the operating mode
Setting the Comfort temperature
Setting the “Eco” temperature
Domestic hot water temperature adjustments
Domestic hot water advance
“Holiday” function
Setting the day, time and date
Setting the 7 day central heating programme
Setting the 7 day DHW heating programme
Central Heating Temporary Override
Information menu
Battery Replacement
Fault finding
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General Information
Controls Description
The Climapro is a programmable room thermostat with
separate 7 day programmes for heating and hot water.
This control gives you personalised heating comfort
according to your requirements and will improve the energy
efficiency of your heating system.
The modulating regulation built into this thermostat changes
the temperature of the radiators to suit the desired ambient
temperature.
Any other use is considered as inappropriate and is
forbidden.
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage
caused by another use. In that case the user shall be
responsible.
General
The installation and the commissioning of the control has
to be carried out by a competent person who is responsible
for the compliance of the installation and the commissioning
according to current regulations.
Maintenance should be carried out by a competent person
in accordance with the rules in force.
Documents
Please keep this manual as well as any documents
enclosed with it safe for future reference.
We accept no liability in case of damage due to the noncompliance of the instructions of the present manual.
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General Information
Cleaning
DO NOT use any abrasive cleaning products as they could
damage the housing or plastic case.
Clean the case of the Climapro with damp cloth.
Make sure that no water goes inside the Climapro.
Recycling
The Climapro comprises of many recyclable parts and
should be disposed of according to the current WEEE
regulations.
The packaging should also be disposed of according to the
current regulations.
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Control Buttons
MODE
BUTTON
PROGRAMME
BUTTON
DISPLAY
MINUS
BUTTON
PLUS
BUTTON
Diagram 1
Main Display
The LCD will display the following as shown in diagram 2.
(*) Display only possible if an outside sensor is connected to
the boiler.
Current operating
mode
Ambient room
temperature
Domestic hot
water programme
(when in use)
Current day
Outside sensor
Current time
present symbol (*)
Outside
temperature (*)
Diagram 2
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Description of Buttons
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Display Symbols
Button
By pressing several times on the
button, you will access the following settings, see table below.
Button
button several times you can By pressing on the
see the different programmes.
By pressing and holding for 5 seconds you can modify the heating programme.
Button
By pressing on the
the setting.
button, you reduce the value of Button
By pressing on the
the setting.
button, you increase the value of Domestic hot water advance
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Setting the date
Mode button settings
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Choosing the Operating Mode
Timed: The heating will operate to the
programmed on and off times
Eco.
Comfort or
Comfort: Continuous heating on at Comfort
(desired) temperature
Eco: Heating on at Eco (minimum)
temperature
Off: Heating is off but the domestic hot water is
still operating at the set temperature.
1. To change the operating mode, press
2. Press
until the desired mode flashes.
once.
3. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or by pressing the
button, which will then continue to the next setting.
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Setting the Comfort temperature
The comfort temperature is the temperature you require
when the room is in use and the heating is on.
1. Press the
button twice, the temperature will flash.
2. Use the
and
buttons to set the “Comfort”
temperature, min. 5°C, max. 30°C, recommended 20°C.
3. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or by pressing the
button.
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Setting the “Eco” temperature
The
temperature allows you to set the minimum
temperature of the room when not in use, e.g. at night
1. From the main display, press the
button 3 times.
2. Use the
and
buttons to set the “ECO”
temperature, min. 5°C, max. 30°C, recommended 15°C.
3. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or by pressing the
button.
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Domestic hot water temperature adjustments
If you have a Glow-worm combination boiler, the domestic
hot water temperature can be adjusted using the Climapro.
If you have a system or open vent boiler with a domestic hot
water cylinder this is controlled using the tank thermostat.
1. Press the
button 4 times.
2. Use the
and
buttons to set the temperature of
domestic hot water, min. 38°C, max. 65°C, recommended
60°C.
3. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or by pressing the
button.
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Domestic hot water advance
This function allows you to advance the timed DHW
programme. This function will stay activated until the end of
the following programmed DHW timed period.
1. Press the
button 5 times: OFF is displayed.
2. Press the
button to activate DHW advance: ON is displayed.
3. The
symbol is displayed.
The function is active until the end of the following programmed DHW timed period. Once the end of the programmed DHW timed period is reached the DHW advance function is switched off automatically.
To manually switch off the DHW advance function, press
button 5 times.
From the DHW advance display press the
OFF is displayed. The function is now deactivated.
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button.
“Holiday” function
The Climapro has a “Holiday” function that enables you to
set the number of days you are absent. The heating will
automatically come on at your return, allowing you to return
to a warm house. When the control is in the “Holiday” mode,
the operating mode is set to OFF and the frost protection
automatically activated.
1. Press the
button 6 times: the holiday duration
setting
flashes for approximately 10 seconds.
2. Press the
and
buttons to select the number of
days (1 to 99) during which you are absent.
The symbol
is displayed.
3. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or by pressing the
button to continue to the next setting.
4. The function is then activated for the number of days
programmed. Once the programmed duration of the holiday
has been reached, the “Holiday” function
is automatically
deactivated.
To deactivate the function, press once on the
and the symbol
will no longer be displayed.
button
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Setting the day, time and date
Setting the current day of the week
button 7 times.
1. Press the
and
buttons to set the current day of the
2. Use the
week. The selected day flashes.
= Monday
= Friday
= Tuesday
= Saturday
= Wednesday
= Sunday
= Thursday
Setting the time
1. Press the
2. Use the
button 8 times.
and
buttons to set the current time.
button. Use the
3. Press the
the minutes.
and
buttons to set
4. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or by pressing the
button to continue to the next setting.
NOTE: The “Yearly Calendar” will automatically switch
between Summer and Winter.
Setting the date
button 10 times.
1. Press the
2. Use the
Month/Year.
and
buttons to set the current date: Day/
3. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or by pressing the
button.
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Setting the 7 day central heating programme
The 7 day central heating programme allows you to select
up to 3 “Comfort” heating timed periods for each day of the
week. The control is factory set as shown in the table.
The 7 day heating programme is only active in timed
operating mode .
NOTE: If a 24 hour programme is preferred, contact the
installer for further assistance.
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Setting the 7 day central heating programme
Up to 3 separate time periods can be programmed in one
24hr period for different days of the week.
IMPORTANT: The three time periods must not overlap.
For example:Mon. to Fri.
Time period [ 1 ] Morning 5:30am - 7:00am
[ 2 ] Midday 11:00am - 1:00pm
[ 3 ] Evening 5:30pm - 10:30pm
Sat. Sun.
Time period [ 1 ] Morning 10:00am - 12:00pm
[ 2 ] Evening 5:00pm - 11:00pm
[ 3 ] Not used
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Setting the 7 day central heating programme
Timed mode
Programming
menu
“Comfort”
time period
Central heating
programme
Day or groups
of days
End time
Start time
1. Press the
button for approximately 5 seconds.
2. The
symbol flashes, press
to confirm selection
of central heating. The time period [ 1 ] is displayed flashing.
3. Press the
button and using the
and
buttons
choose the day of the week or the day groups for the
selected time period according to your requirements.
4. Press the
button and using the
and
buttons,
choose the start time then the end time for the time period.
5. Press the
button once more to programme the
following time period.
Repeat the previous programming steps.
6. To exit the programming menu, press the
approximately 10 seconds.
button for
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Setting the 7 day DHW heating programme
The domestic hot water heating programme will provide
either a timed preheat function on a combination boiler,
allowing a quicker response of hot water to the tap or timed
hot water from a domestic hot water cylinder (system or
open vent boilers).
The programme allows you to select up to 3 timed periods
for each day of the week. The control is factory set as
shown in the table.
The programme is only active in timed operating mode
NOTE: If you would like to switch to 24 hour only, rather
than 7 day programming, contact a competent person.
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Setting the 7 day DHW heating programme
Up to 3 separate time periods can be programmed in one
24hr period for different days of the week.
IMPORTANT: The three time periods must not overlap.
For example:Mon. to Fri.
Time period [ 1 ] Morning 5:30am - 6:30am
[ 2 ] Midday 11:00am - 12:00pm
[ 3 ] Evening 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Sat. Sun.
Time period [ 1 ] Morning 10:00am - 12:00pm
[ 2 ] Evening 5:00pm - 9:00pm
[ 3 ] Not used
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Setting the 7 day DHW heating programme
Timed
mode
Programming
menu
Time
period
Domestic
hot water
programme
Day or groups
of days
Start time
1. Press the
End time
button for approximately 5 seconds.
2. Press
to select the tap symbol, then press
, the
time period “[ 1 ]” flashes. Select the time period that you
would like to programme using the
and
buttons.
3. Press the
button and using the
and
buttons
choose the day of the week or the day groups for the
selected time period according to the table below.
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Setting the 7 day DHW heating programme
4. Press the
button and using the
and
buttons,
choose the start time then the end time for the time period.
5. Press the
button once more to programme the
following time period.
Repeat the previous programming steps.
6. Press for approximately 10 seconds on the
to exit the programming menu.
button
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Central Heating Temporary Override
This adjustment allows the modification of the set room
temperature until the next temperature change in the
heating programme.
This setting is only possible in timed operating mode
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1. From the main display, press the
display the set room temperature.
or
buttons to
2. The symbol
is displayed and the previous set
temperature flashes.
Press the
or
buttons to set the desired ambient room
temperature, 50C min. to 300C max.
3. The setting is saved after 10 seconds or after pressing
the
button.
At the next temperature change in the heating programme,
the symbol
will no longer be displayed.
To make this setting void, press the
key message
will be displayed.
button and the
The main display will refresh after 3 seconds and the symbol
will no longer be displayed.
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Information menu
This function enables you to scroll through the Climapro’s
control menus.
Press the
button once and the symbol
displayed on the following menus.
Press the
will be
button again to scroll to the next menu.
● Display of the set “Comfort” temperature value.
● Display of the set “Eco” temperature value.
● Displaying the value of the set DHW temperature.
● Display of the time zones set for the heating programme.
● Display of the date (if the function “Yearly Calendar” has
been activated by your installer).
● Display of the control’s commercial name.
After scrolling through the settings, leave the controller for
10 seconds and the display will revert to the main screen.
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Frost protection
Frost protection will operate when:
● The ambient temperature in the room where the appliance
is installed falls below 3°C.
● The outside temperature falls below 5°C (protection
possible only if an outside sensor is connected to the boiler).
● The “Holiday”
function”).
function is in use (see chapter “Holiday
● The control operating mode is set to
.
If the property is to be vacated for some time, please refer to
the boiler literature.
NOTE: The boiler will operate out of timed periods to protect
your home from frost damage and maintain the minimum
(ECO) temperature.
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Battery Replacement
Climapro RF only:
When “BATT” appears on the display, the battery life span is
equivalent to approximately one month.
Comments:
If the batteries are not replaced in time, the boiler works
without taking the room thermostat into account.
Programme settings will not be lost.
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Clean the battery compartment before inserting new batteries.
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Do not mix new and used batteries of different types.
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Do not use rechargeable batteries.
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Never expose the batteries to excessive heat or a naked flame, never try to take them apart and make sure they are never short circuited.
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Do not keep the batteries in the controller. If electrolyte leaks and comes in contact with skin or clothing, rinse them immediately with water.
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Battery Replacement
13699
To replace the batteries see diagram. Remove the controller
from the back box with reference to the order of operation (A)
to (C), carefully replace the batteries (D) respecting the polarity
(direction of “+” and “-”).
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Fault finding
WARNING:
The service or repair of the control must only be undertaken
by a competent person.
In the event of a fault, a
message will be displayed
in the multifunctional
display zone, see diagram
and the appropriate table
overleaf.
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Fault finding
Climapro
Display
Fault
Power supply failure
Check the power supply to your home with your
provider.
Check the cable and connection between control
and boiler.
Check that the boiler is switched on.
If any of the above faults persists, call your Installation/Servicing company or Glow-worm service
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Fault finding
Climapro RF
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0020071550-04 06.09
Glow-worm
Nottingham Road, Belper, Derbyshire.
DE56 1JT
Because of our constant endeavour for improvement, details may
vary slightly from those shown in these instructions.
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