Warmup Luxury 2 LUXY2D44 null

Warmup Luxury 2 LUXY2D44 null
ENERGY EFFICIENT
LUXURY 2 USER MANUAL
ISO 9001; 2000
QUALIT Y
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Warmup
The LUXURY 2
4- Event Programmable Clock Thermostat
Quick Reference Guide:
18 Important facts about the
Luxury 2 thermostat:
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Easy to install.
Simple to use.
Intuitive menu guides you through the setting process.
Comfortable floor temperature at required time.
Modern and attractive.
10 year battery backup.
You never need to reset after power interruption.
Child lock.
Built-in clock and calendar.
Dual sensor (Air/Floor or use as regulator).
Full compatibility with existing floor sensors.
Factory pre-set events.
Events can be changed to suit ones lifestyle.
The room temperature can be temporarily changed.
Safe and reliable, international approvals.
3 year warranty.
Energy efficient +.
Saving money.
2
3
STOCK CODE: LUXY2D44
Dual Sensor
3yr
Guarantee
STOCK CODE: LUXY2D24
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Technical data:
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5
6
8
7
An intuitive menu guides you
through the setting process:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
On/Off
Current time
Day of the week
4-Event schedule
Current set temperature
Menu guides
Navigation buttons
Auto or manual mode symbol
Supply Voltage:
Output relay:
Interrupter:
Temperature range:
Floor limit range:
Clock function:
Battery backup:
Ambient temperature:
On/Off differential:
Protective housing:
Housing:
Dimensions:
Display:
Electronic:
Sensor:
or
or
or
230 V AC +-10% 50/60 Hz
16A
2 Pole isolator 16A (4x4 only)
+5/+40 C
+5/+40 C
4-event program
10 Years
0/+40 C during operation
0.4 C
IP 21 (ingress protection)
Flush mount, total depth 40mm
4X4 (127mm x 127mm)
2x4 (80mm x 127mm)
Size 100 x 64 with backlight
Programmable
Floor
Air
Dual (Air & Floor)
Regulator
4 Richard Road, Industria North, Roodepoort, Gauteng, Tel: 011 673 5063, Fax: 011 673 4827, Toll Free: 0800 00 65 65
3 Thor Circle, Viking Place, Thornton, Cape Town, Tel: 021 531 1896, Fax: 021 532 0741
website: www.warmup.co.za, [email protected] / [email protected]
LUXURY 2 USER MANUAL
LUXURY 2
4 Event Programmable
Clock Thermostat
ENERGY EFFICIENT
DISPLAY, BUTTONS AND SYMBOLS.
11 10 9 8
1
2
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
On/Off slide switch
Mode selection
Down/right selection
OK selection
Up/left selection
Temperature
2 pole Isolator switch
Current event
Day
Time
Auto mode
3 4 5
Page 1
FIRST TIME SETTING.
EASY TO
USE
THE LUXURY 2 THERMOSTAT MAY BE USED ETHER AS A
FLOOR MONITORING THERMOSTAT.
AIR MONITORING THERMOSTAT.
DUEL: FLOOR AND AIR MONITORING THERMOSTAT.
OR A REGULATOR.
THE THERMOSTAT MENU WILL NOW AUTOMATICALLY
GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS.
1
LANGUAGE MUST BE SET:
Choose the language using the 3
eg, (English).
Confirm with 4 OK button.
or 5
Language
German
button
English
Dutch
OK
2
TIME MUST BE SET:
Choose the current time hour (17:20) using the 3
confirm with 4 OK button.
Choose the minutes (17:20) using the 3
or 5
or 5
button eg, (17.20).
confirm with 4 OK button.
Time
or 5
17: 10
OK
3
ACTUAL DATE, MONTH AND YEAR MUST BE SET:
Choose the actual date (21.09.2010) using the 3
or 5
confirm with 4 OK button.
Choose the month (21.09.2010) using the 3
or 5
confirm with 4 OK button.
Choose the year (21.09.2010) using the 3
or 5
confirm with 4 OK button.
Date
21.09.2010
OK
Page 2
IF AFTER THE ABOVE SETTINGS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED BUT..
THE SCREEN INDICATES AN ERROR MESSAGE
E2: ERROR MESSAGE
Important
E2:
External floor sensor
error
IF the floor sensor has not been connected
The thermostat needs to be programmed for monitoring the
Air (Room) temperature.
Menu
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
Press the Menu button
4
4
FOLLOW STEPS A - H:
A
Press the
E
button
5
4-Event settings
Press the
button
5
OK
Adaptive function
OK
5
5
B
Press the
F
button
5
User settings
Press the
OK button 4
OK
OK
4
5
G
C
Press the
OK button 4
Application
Engineer settings
Press the
Application
button
5
Regulator
Room/limit
Room
OK
OK
4
5
H
D
Press the
button
5
Offset temp.
Press the
Application
OK button 4
Room/limit
Room
Floor
OK
OK
5
4
Page 3
THE PRE-PROGRAMMED 4-EVENT SCHEDULE
17.20
THE THERMOSTAT WILL CONTROL YOUR HEATING IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRE-PROGRAMMED 4-EVENT
SCHEDULE
Mon
15.0 C
Comfort Menu Manual
R
THE 4-EVENTS FOR ECONOMIC CONTROL.:
COST EFFECTIVE
1 When you wake up in the morning (floor will be warm).
2 When you are away at work (floor in setback mode).
3 When you return home (floor will be warm).
4 When you go to bed at night (floor in setback mode).
THE PRE-PROGRAMMED 4-EVENT SCHEDULE.
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
SU
1
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
8:00
8:00
2
8:00
8:00
8:00
8:00
8:00
--:--
--:--
3
16:00
16:00
16:00
16:00
16:00
--:--
--:--
4
22:30
22:30
23:30
22:30
23:30
23:00
23:00
PROGRAMS
THE PRE-PROGRAMMED TEMPERATURE SETTINGS.
DAY 1-5
TIME
WITH FLOOR SENSOR
WITH ROOM SENSOR
Day
6:00 - 8:00
25 C
20 C
Out
8:00 - 16:00
20 C
15 C
Home
16:00 - 23:30
25 C
21 C
Night
22:30 - 6:00
20 C
15 C
TIME
WITH FLOOR SENSOR
WITH ROOM SENSOR
Day
6:00 - 23:00
25 C
21 C
Out
23:00 - 8:00
20 C
15 C
EVENT
DAY 6-7
EVENT
Page 4
APPLICATION SETTINGS.
SETTING THE THERMOSTAT TO FUNCTION USING
FLOOR OR AIR (ROOM) OR FLOOR AND AIR OR USED AS A REGULATOR.
FIRST TIME SETTING.
Press the Menu button
4
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
THE THERMOSTAT CAN REGULATE DIFFERENT OPTIONS
FLOOR - AIR (ROOM) - FLOOR AND AIR OR USED AS A REGULATOR.
Menu
FOLLOW STEPS A - H:
4
A
Press the
E
button
5
4-Event settings
Press the
button
5
OK
Adaptive function
OK
5
5
B
Press the
F
button
5
User settings
Press the
OK button 4
OK
OK
4
5
G
C
Press the
OK button 4
Application
Engineer settings
Press the
Application
button
5
Regulator
Room/limit
Room
OK
OK
4
5
H
D
Press the
button
5
Once a selection has been
made for ether a :
ROOM or
FLOOR or
ROOM/LIMIT (AIR & FLOOR)
or REGULATOR
Offset temp.
OK
5
Important
Application
Press the OK button
4
Room/limit
Room
Floor
OK
4
IF the FLOOR or AIR FLOOR ( ROOM/LIMIT) selection has been made a floor sensor must be connected
Page 5
4-EVENT SCHEDULE
THIS FUNCTION ALLOWS YOU TO CHOOSE THE TYPE OF WEEKLY 4-EVENT SCHEDULE YOU REQUIRE.
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
A
B
4
Press the Menu button
Press the
button
5
4-Event settings
Menu
OK
4
5
Follow the Steps
FOLLOW STEPS A - J:
C
Press the
G
OK
button
4
User settings
Press the
OK
4
4
H
button
5
%
4-Event schedule
OK
D
Press the
OK button 4
TYPICALLY USED IF ONE WORKS FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
Schedule
Press the OK button 4
to accept this schedule.
Time and date
OR
OK
5:2
Mon-Fri = 4-event
Sat-Sun = 2-event
OK
Press the UP button 5
to view next schedule.
5
E
Press the
4
I
OK button
5
Schedule
Press the OK button 4
to accept this schedule.
Child lock
OR
6:1
Mon-Sat = 4-event
Sun = 2-event
Press the UP button 5
to view next schedule.
OK
OK
5
F
Press the
4
J
button
5
Display settings
OK
5
5
CHOOSE INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS FOR EACH DAY OF THE WEEK.
Press the OK button 4
to accept this schedule.
Schedule
7:0
Mon-Sun = 4-event
OK
5
4
Page 6
4-EVENT SETTINGS OF YOUR OWN CHOICE
THIS ALLOWS YOU TO PROGRAM YOUR OWN CHOICE OF
TEMPERATURE SETTINGS AS WELL AS DIFFERENT EVENT
SETTINGS DURING THE DAY OR NIGHT.
4-Event settings
OK
R
THE 4-EVENTS FOR ECONOMIC CONTROL.:
COST EFFECTIVE
(AN EVENT IS A FUNCTION)
1 When you wake up in the morning (floor will be warm).
2 When you are away at work (floor in setback mode).
3 When you return home (floor will be warm).
4 When you go to bed at night (floor in setback mode).
THE PRESET SCHEDULE CAN BE EASILY CHANGED IN THE FOLLOWING WAY:
FOLLOW STEPS A - E:
A
D
Press the
OK button 4
SELECT THE TIME THE
HEATING SHOULD BE ON
4-Event settings
OK
4
B
Press the
E
Days
CHOOSE THE DAYS YOU
WANT TO CHANGE
Sat-Sun
Mon-Fri
OK button 4
Exit
OK
4
C
Event
CHOOSE THE DAILY EVENT
YOU WANT TO CHANGE
Press the
OK button 4
Press the
button 3
to adjust time EARLIER
OR
Press the
button 5
to adjust time LATER
THEN
Press the OK button 4
Daytime
Morning
Exit
OK
SET THE TEMPERATURE
FOR THIS EVENT
Press the
button 3
to adjust tem DOWN
OR
Press the
button 5
to adjust temp UP
THEN
Press the OK button 4
Time
Min
00:00 06:00
OK
3
Max
23:45
5
Temp
Min
o
5.0 C
o
Max
20.0 C 40.0oC
OK
3
5
1 When you wake up in the morning (floor will be warm).
FIRST EVENT (MORNING)
ON time
the temperature has been set
4
Page 7
2nd EVENT SETTINGS OF YOUR OWN CHOICE
2 When you are away at work (floor in setback mode).
THE PRESET SCHEDULE CAN BE EASILY CHANGED IN THE FOLLOWING WAY:
FOLLOW STEPS 1, 2, 3 :
1
Event
CHOOSE THE DAILY EVENT
YOU WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE
(DAYTIME)
Press the
Evening
Daytime
Morning
OK
OK button 4
4
2
SELECT THE TIME YOU
WANT THE HEATING TO BE OFF
Press the
button 3
to adjust time EARLIER
OR
Time
Min
6:00
Press the
button 5
to adjust time LATER
8:30
Max
23:45
OK
THEN
Press the
3
3
OK button 4
SET THE TEMPERATURE
FOR DAYTIME EVENT
5
Temp
Press the
button 3
to adjust tem DOWN
OR
Press the
button 5
to adjust temp UP
THEN
Press the OK button 4
Min
o
5.0 C
o
Max
15.0 C 40.0oC
OK
3
5
2 When you are away at work (floor in setback mode).
SECOND EVENT (DAYTIME)
OFF time
Page 8
3rd EVENT SETTINGS OF YOUR OWN CHOICE
3 When you return home (floor will be warm).
THE PRESET SCHEDULE CAN BE EASILY CHANGED IN THE FOLLOWING WAY:
FOLLOW STEPS 1, 2, 3 :
1
Event
CHOOSE THE DAILY EVENT
YOU WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE
(EVENING)
Press the
Night
Evening
Daytime
OK
OK button 4
4
2
SELECT THE TIME YOU
WANT THE HEATING TO BE OFF
Press the
button 3
to adjust time EARLIER
OR
Time
Min
Max
08:30 16:00 23:45
OK
Press the
button 5
to adjust time LATER
THEN
Press the
3
3
OK button 4
SET THE TEMPERATURE
FOR EVENING EVENT
5
Temp
Press the
button 3
to adjust tem DOWN
OR
Press the
button 5
to adjust temp UP
THEN
Press the OK button 4
Min
o
5.0 C
o
Max
20.0 C 40.0oC
OK
3
5
3 When you are back at home (floor in heating mode).
THIRD EVENT (EVENING)
ON time
selected temperature has
been set.
Page 9
4th EVENT SETTINGS OF YOUR OWN CHOICE
4 When you go to bed at night (floor in setback mode).
THE PRESET SCHEDULE CAN BE EASILY CHANGED IN THE FOLLOWING WAY:
FOLLOW STEPS 1, 2, 3,4 :
1
Event
CHOOSE THE DAILY EVENT
YOU WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE
(EVENING)
Press the
Back
Night
Evening
OK
OK button 4
4
2
SELECT THE TIME YOU
WANT THE HEATING TO BE OFF
Time
Press the
button 3
to adjust time EARLIER
OR
Min
Max
16:00 23:00 06:00
OK
Press the
button 5
to adjust time LATER
THEN
Press the
3
3
OK button 4
SET THE TEMPERATURE
FOR EVENING EVENT
Temp
Press the
button 3
to adjust tem DOWN
OR
Press the
button 5
to adjust temp UP
THEN
Press the OK button 4
Min
o
5.0 C
Event
Exit
CHOOSE THE DAILY EVENT
YOU WANT TO CHANGE
Press the
button
5
Press the OK button 4
This will return you to
the menu display screen.
o
Max
15.0 C 40.0oC
OK
3
4
5
5
4 When you go to bed at night (floor in setback mode).
Back
Night
OK
4
FOURTH EVENT (NIGHT)
OFF time
5
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Follow the Steps
....ENERGY MONITOR SETTINGS
I
Press the
N
Energy
button
Month
5
Cost/unit
Year
Press the
button
0.00
5
2 days
OK
OK
5
J
Press the
O
Energy
Cost/unit
Currency
Year
5
button
5
Month
OK
0.75
Press the
button 5
to set current kWh price
of electricity.
Once selected press OK.
OK
5
5
K
Press the OK button
P
Energy
4
Energy
Currency
Press the
button
Load
4
OK
Cost/unit
OK
4
4
Year
L
Press the OK button
Back
Cost/unit
Q
Energy
Load
Euro
ZAR
4
Euro
OK
1.0kW
Press the
button 5
to select the kW size of
the heater installed.
Then press OK.
OK
4
M
Press the OK button
R
Energy
4
5
Energy
load
Cost/unit
Currency
OK
4
Press the
button
to select Exit.
Then press OK.
5
Exit
Back
Load
OK
5
Page 12
ENERGY MONITOR SETTINGS
THIS FUNCTION ONCE SET ALLOWS YOU TO VIEW ENERGY
CONSUMPTION FOR THE PAST 2 DAYS, 30 DAYS OR 365 DAYS.
Follow the Steps
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
Menu
Press the Menu button 4
4
FOLLOW STEPS A - R:
A
Press the
E
button
5
4-Event settings
Press the
button
5
Display settings
OK
OK
5
5
B
Press the
F
OK button 4
User settings
Press the
OK button 5
%
4-Event schedule
OK
OK
4
5
G
C
Press the
button
5
Time and date
Press the
OK button 4
Energy monitor
%
OK
OK
5
D
Press the
4
H
OK button 5
Child lock
Press the
Energy
UP button 5
Month
2 days
Exit
OK
OK
5
5
Page 11
VIEW ENERGY CONSUMPTION
THIS FUNCTION WILL ALLOWS YOU TO VIEW ENERGY
CONSUMPTION FOR THE PAST 2 DAYS, 30 DAYS OR 365 DAYS.
Press the Menu button
Heating cost
4
Menu
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
FOLLOW STEPS A - G:
4
FOLLOW STEPS A - R:
A
Press the
E
button
5
4-Event settings
Press the
button
5
Display settings
OK
OK
5
5
B
Press the
F
OK button 4
User settings
Press the
OK button 5
%
4-Event schedule
OK
OK
4
5
G
C
Press the
button
5
Time and date
Press the
OK button 4
Energy monitor
%
OK
OK
5
D
Press the
4
H
OK button 5
Child lock
Press the
Energy
OK button 4
Month
2 days
Exit
OK
OK
5
4
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.....VIEW ENERGY CONSUMPTION
FOLLOW FINAL STEPS I - K:
Heating cost
I
The selected screen will
display % of kilowatt
and Rand value used after
2 days.
J
Energy
Exit
Back
Press the NEXT button 5
to view next screen for last month
Next
Press the NEXT button 5
to view next screen
5
K
Energy consumption
for the last month
0% = 0 KWh
0.00 Zar
Exit
Back
Next
5
Energy
The selected screen will
display % of kilowatt
and Rand value used for
the month.
Press the EXIT button
to return to the menu
Energy
The selected screen will
display % of kilowatt
and Rand value used for
the month.
Energy consumption
for the last 2 days
0% = 0 KWh
0.00 Zar
3
Energy consumption
for the last year
0% = 0 KWh
0.00 Zar
Exit
Back
Next
3
ENERGY EFFICIENT
Page 14
SETTING THE CHILD LOCK.
THIS FUNCTION ALLOWS YOU TO LOCK THE THERMOSTAT
SETTINGS...e.g. CHILDREN’S ROOMS, OFFICES, PUBLIC AREAS,
ACCOMMODATION etc....
CHILD LOCK
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
Press the Menu button
Menu
4
4
FOLLOW STEPS A - G:
A
Press the
E
button
5
4-Event settings
Press the
Child lock
button
On
Off
5
OK
OK
5
5
B
Press the
F
OK button 4
User settings
Press the
Child lock
On
OK button 4
Off
OK
OK
4
4
G
C
Press the
button
5
17.20
CHILD LOCK IS
NOW SET.
Time and date
Mon
15.0 C
OK
5
D
Press the
TO UNLOCK
OK button 4
Child lock
Simultaneously press
OK
both the 3 and 5
buttons for 5 seconds.
4
17.20
Mon
15.0 C
3
5
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DISPLAY SETTINGS
THIS FUNCTION ALLOWS YOU TO SELECT WHAT WILL BE SHOWN ON THE THERMOSTAT SCREEN ONCE SET .
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
A
B
4
Press the Menu button
Press the
button
5
4-Event settings
Menu
OK
4
5
Follow the Steps
FOLLOW STEPS A - J:
C
G
Press the
Press the OK button 4
to accept the time & day
to show on the screen
then select ON.
OK button 4
User settings
OK
H
5
Exit
OK
Press the UP button 5
to view next schedule.
D
button
Scr . Saver
Time/day
OR
4
Press the
Display
Display
Press the OK button 4
to accept the Screen saver
to show on the screen
then select ON.
Time and date
OK
4
5
Back
Scr. saver
Time/day
OK
OR
5
E
Press the
Press the UP button 5
to view next schedule.
I
button
5
4
Time/day
Once the display is selected
press the OK button.
Child lock
5
On
Off
OK
OK
5
F
4
J
Display
Time/day
Press the
OK button 4
Display settings
Once the ON is selected
again select exit and press
the OK button.
Exit
Back
OK
OK
4
4
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TEMPORARY OVERRIDE
THIS FUNCTION ALLOWS YOU TO MAKE A TEMPORARY OVERRIDE OF THE 4-EVENT PROGRAM.
Override
Need Warmth!
FOLLOW STEPS A - J:
A
10.20
Press the COMFORT
button 3
E
Mon
15.0 C
Comfort Menu Manual
Please enter
duration
Press the
button 4
COMFORT
OK
3
3
B
1h
Press the
or
button to increase or
decrease time from
1h to 8hours.
You are now
making a temporary
override of the
4-event program
Back Comfort
F
Please enter
duration
6h
Press OK to select the
override duration.
OK
4
C
4
Please adjust
the temperature
o
Press the
button 5
to increase temperature
21.0 C
OK
G
Once selected,
press the OK button 4
to accept this temperature.
To return or override auto
press AUTO 3
Please adjust
the temperature
o
29.0 C
OK
4
10.20
Thermostat is now set in
temporary override for
selected time and temp.
OR
5
D
5
H
Will automatically cancel
AUTO and return to the
original programmed
settings.
Mon
29.0 C
Auto
Menu Manual
3
10.22
Mon
15.0 C
Comfort Menu Manual
3
Page17
SET THE THERMOSTAT TO ACCEPT A DIFFERENT MAKE OF
OF FLOOR PROBE OTHER THAN THE OJ MICROLINE SENSOR.
10.20
IF a different floor sensor has been installed, the thermostat needs
to be programmed to read and relay the correct temperature readings
to the new OJ Thermostat.
Mon
15.0 C
Comfort Menu Manual
THESE SIMPLE STEPS NEED TO BE FOLLOWED:
Press the Menu button
4
4
FOLLOW STEPS A - H:
A
Press the
E
button
5
4-Event settings
Press the
button
5
OK
Adaptive function
OK
5
5
B
Press the
F
button
5
User settings
Press the
button
5
Application
OK
OK
5
5
C
Press the
F
OK button 4
Engineer settings
Press the
button
5
Temp scale
OK
OK
4
5
D
Press the
F
button
5
Offset temp.
Press the
button
5
Backlight
OK
OK
5
5
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