Heatmiser PRTE-V-3 Instruction Manual - Ambient

Heatmiser PRTE-V-3 Instruction Manual - Ambient
Operating Instructions
Model: FH-01
230V A/C
16Amp
Digital Thermostat Programmer
For Electric Underfloor Heating
Version 1
Nov. 2009
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Contents
Installation
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LCD Display
4-5
Temperature Display
6
Setting the Clock
6
Setting the Comfort Levels
7
Keypad Lock Facility
8
Temperature Hold
9
Setting the Temperature
9
Holiday Feature
10
Frost Protection & Power On/Off
11
Factory Reset
11
Operating Mode
12
Optional Thermostat Settings
13-17
Wiring
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Installation Procedure
Do’s
1. Mount the thermostat at eye level
2. Read the instructions fully to get the best from our product.
Don’ts
1. Do not install near a direct heat source as this will affect
the workings of the thermostat
2. Do not push hard on the LCD
Installation
The thermostat should be mounted in a 35mm (min) deep back
box.
Step 1
Carefully separate the front half of the thermostat from the
back plate by placing a small flat head terminal driver into the
slots on the bottom face of the thermostat.
Step 2
Place the thermostat front somewhere safe. Terminate the
thermostat as shown in the diagram at the back of this
booklet.
Step 3
Clip the front of the thermostat to the back plate.
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Display
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02
09
03
10
04
05
06
07
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08
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1. Day Indicator
2. Power Delivery Indicator - Displayed when power is being
delivered to the floor
3. Frost Protection - Displayed when the heating system is off and
the system is protecting against frost only
4. Room/Floor Temp - Indicates the current sensor mode
5. Current Temp - Indicates the current sensor temperature
6. Set - Indicates when changes are being made to programs or
temperature set points
7. Program Cycle Indicator - Displayed during programming, only,
to show which period is being altered
8. Holiday Indicator - Displayed when the programmer is in holiday
mode
9. Floor Temp Achieved Indicator - Displayed when the floor set
point temperature is reached
10. Temperature Hold - Displayed when manually overriding the
program, “HOLD FOR” and the time period are displayed.
11. Units of Temperature - Degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit
12. Keypad Lock Indicator - Displayed when the keypad is locked
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Temperature Display
This thermostat can be setup to use an air sensor, floor sensor
or both. On the display it will clearly show which sensor is
being displayed by showing either “Room Temp” or “Floor
Temp” before the temperature.
Note: Air Sensor only MUST not be used to control underfloor
heating. Floor Sensor or Both should be used.
When the thermostat is set to use both sensors, the room
temperature will normally be shown. To view the floor
temperature, press and hold the A key until the Floor
Temperature is shown.
Setting The Clock
To set the clock, follow the steps below.
• With the thermostat turned on, press the Clock button twice
• You are now able to set the minutes using the Up/Down keys
• Press H to accept
• You are now able to set the hours using the Up/Down keys
• Press H to accept
• You are now able to set the day of the week using the Up/Down keys
• Press A to store and exit
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Comfort Levels Explained
The thermostat provides Weekday/Weekend or 7 Day
Programming. You should consult the “Configuration Menu”
section to select the required mode.
The thermostat is supplied with comfort levels already
programmed, but these can be changed easily. The default
times are;
08.00
09.30
16.30
23.00
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21°C (Wake)
16°C (Leave)
22°C (Return)
17°C (Sleep)
If you only want to use 2 levels, you should program the
unused levels to --.-• To begin programming the comfort levels, press Clock Once
• If your thermostat is setup for Weekday/Weekend
Programming, you will see Mon-Fri shown. For 7 day
programming you will see Monday
• Using the Up/Down arrow keys, enter the required Wake time
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• Press H
• Using the Up/Down arrow keys, enter the required Wake
Temperature
• Press H
• You will now see “Leave”
• You should repeat the programming for each period, entering
--.—for unused periods.
Note: For weekday/weekend Programming, the 4 comfort
levels are the same for all weekdays. For 7 day programming,
each day can have 4 different comfort levels.
Locking The Thermostat
The thermostat has a key-lock facility. To enable follow these
Steps
• Press and hold the A and Down Key for 10 seconds
• You will see the lock symbol appear
• To unlock, repeat the steps above
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Temperature Hold
The temperature hold function allows you to manually override
the programme and set a temperature for a desired period.
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Press H
Using the Up/Down arrow keys enter the required hold time
Press H
Using the Up/Down arrow keys enter the required hold
temperature
• Press A to accept
You will see the Hold indication is displayed which will
countdown the hold duration.
To cancel, reduce the Hold time to 00 hours
Temperature Set
Using the Up or Down arrow keys allows you to adjust the set
temperature. When you press either of these keys, you will see
the word SET and the desired temperature.
Press A to accept.
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Holiday
The thermostat has a holiday function. This allows you
to enter a holiday setting. During a holiday, the thermostat will
maintain the frost set temperature. At the end of your holiday,
the thermostat will revert back to the programmed setting
ensuring that your home is warm on your arrival.
• Press H three times (Until you see the suitcase)
• Using the Up/Down arrow keys enter the number of days
holiday
• Press A to accept
The thermostat display will show a suitcase indicating the
thermostat is in holiday mode. To cancel, reduce the Holiday
duration to 00 days.
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Heat On/Off
Frost Protect Mode: Pressing the Power button once will
place the thermostat in frost protect mode. In this mode, the
thermostat will display the frost icon and will only turn the
heating on should the room temperature drop below the set
frost temperature (see page 17 ). Should the heating be turned
on whilst in frost mode, the flame symbol will be displayed. To
cancel the frost protect mode, press the On button.
Thermostat Off: To turn the thermostat off completely, press
and hold the Off button. The display and heating output will be
turned off. To turn the thermostat back on, press the On
button.
Factory Reset
The thermostat has a factory reset function. This will reset
all settings back to their factory default. To perform a factory
reset, follow these steps:
• Turn the thermostat off (See above)
• Press and hold the Power and Up arrow key until the LCD
powers up. All of the icons will be displayed. When they have
disappeared, the thermostat has been reset.
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Operating Mode
The thermostat has 4 main operating modes:
Mode
Description
00
Non-programmable with air sensor only
01
Non-programmable with floor/air sensors options
02
Programmable with air sensor only
03
Programmable with floor/air sensors options (default)
Select the mode that best suits your needs
Note: Mode 00 or 02 MUST not be used to control underfloor
heating. Mode 01 or 03 (default) should be used.
1. Turn off the thermostat by pressing and holding the power
button.
2. Press and hold the H key for 10 seconds.
3. Using the Up/Down keys, you should select the mode
Required.
4. Press A to accept.
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THE FOLLOWING SETTINGS ARE OPTIONAL
AND IN MOST CASES NEED NOT BE ADJUSTED
Optional Features Explained
Feature 01 - Temperature Format: This function allows you
to select between °C and °F
Feature 02 - Switching Differential: This function allows
you to increase the switching differential of the thermostat.
The default is 1°C which means that with a set temperature of
20°C, the thermostat will switch the heating on at 19°C and off
at 20°C. With a 2°C differential, the heating will switch on at
18°C and off at 20°C.
Feature 03 - Frost Protect: You can set whether the
thermostat will maintain the frost temperature when the
thermostat display is turned off. As a default, this is enabled.
Feature 04 - Frost Protect Temperature: This is the
temperature maintained when the thermostat is in frost mode.
The range is 07 - 17°C. The default is 12°C and is suitable for
almost all applications.
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Feature 05 – Output Delay: To prevent rapid switching,
an output delay can be entered. This can be set from 00-15
minutes. The default is 00 which means there is no delay.
Feature 06 – Communication Address: Non-functional on the
230V model.
Feature 07 – Temperature Up/Down Limit: This function
allows you to limit the use of the up and down temperature
arrow keys. This limit is also applicable when the thermostat is
locked and so allows you to give others limited control over the
heating system.
Feature 08 – Sensor Selection: On this thermostat, you can
select which sensor should be used. You can select between
air temperature only, floor temperature, or both. When you
enable both sensors, the floor sensor is used as a floor limiting
sensor and is designed to prevent the floor from overheating.
Note: Air Sensor only MUST not be used to control underfloor
heating. Floor Sensor or Both should be used.
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Feature 09 – Floor Temp Limit: This function is available
when mode 08 is set to 03 or 04. You can set a floor limiting
temperature between 20-45°C (28°C is the default).
Feature 10 – Optimum Start: Optimum start will delay the
start up of the heating system to the latest possible moment to
avoid unnecessary heating, so that the dwelling is comfortably
warm by the programmed time. The thermostat uses the rate of
change (see below) setting to calculate how long the building
needs to take to raise the building 1°C (With a rate of change
of 20, the thermostat has calculated the building needs 20
minutes to raise the building 1°C). On this thermostat, optimum
start works on the Wake and Return comfort levels.
Feature 11 - Rate of Change: For information only.
Feature 12 - Weekday/Weekend or 7 Day Programming:
The thermostat offers two programming methods. Weekday/
Weekend allows you to program 4 comfort levels for the
weekday and 4 different comfort levels for the weekend. In 7
day program mode, each day has 4 comfort levels that can be
programmed independently.
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Adjusting the Optional Settings
1. To access the configuration menu, turn off the thermostat
by pressing and holding down the Power Button. Then, press
and hold the Clock button until the display lights up.
2. The small number is the feature number, the large number
is the setting value.
3. Use the clock button to cycle through the features
4. Use the Up/Down keys to change the setting
5. Press A to accept and store
Feature Table
Feature
Description
Setting
01
Temperature Format
00=°C 01=°F
02
Switching Differential
01-03°C 00°C Default
03
Frost Mode
00 = Enabled
01 = Disabled
(00 = Default)
04
Frost Temperature
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07-12°C (12°C Default)
05
Output Delay
00-15 Minutes
(00 Default)
06
-
-
07
Up/Down Temp Limit
00-10°C (00°C Default)
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Sensor Selection
00 = Built In Air Sensor
Mode 00 MUST not
01 = Remote Air Sensor
be used for
02 = Floor Sensor Only
Underfloor heating
03 = Floor Sensor and
Built in Air Sensor
04 = Floor Sensor and
Remote Air Sensor
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Floor Temp Limit
20-45°C 28°C Default
10
Optimum Start
00-03 (00 hours default)
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Rate of change
Information only
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Weekday/Weekend
00 = Weekday/Weekend
00 = 7 day programming
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Floor Sensor Live
Sensor Neutral
Remote Air Sensor (Optional)
Heating Element Neutral
230V Supply Neutral
Heating Element Live
230V Supply Live
nb: generally underfloor heating elements are not polarity conscious, in
such cases the heating element can be connected to the live and neutral
either way round, unless insulation colouring dictates otherwise.
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