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ORION 512
Mains Signalling Instruction Manual
Contents
Page
3
Introduction
Section One
4-6
Panel Heaters
Section Two
7
Control Unit –
Orion 512
8-9
Section Three
Setting the Programme
Control – Orion 512
Section Four
10-11
Operating the System
Section Five
12-13
Additional Features
Section Six
14-16
Problems with Heater
Section Seven
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Section One
Introduction
Welcome to your NOBO heating system from
NOBO heating Ltd.
This is a sophisticated yet easy to use system giving
fine control of electric panel heaters and full flexibility
in use, including override, holidays, frost protection,
extensibility etc.
Series 8 panel heaters
The series 8 panel heater is completely silent in operation,
has been tested and approved by BEAB.
Panel heater control module
Each panel heaters is fitted with a multi function electronic
control thermostat, giving fast and accurate temperature
regulation. It can be set to provide your choice of – comfort
temperature, economy temperature or off. The receiver unit
in each panel heater control operates on receipt of signals
from the orion 512 programme control unit.
Orion 512 control unit
The ORION 512 is an easy to use electronic control centre,
which transmits radio frequency signals through the mains
wiring, to receivers in the Series 8 panel heaters.
The ORION 512 has 12 zones that may be separately
programmed, and a different programme for each day
of the week is possible, for example, bedrooms can be
switched from economy to comfort settings at any selected
time, and principal rooms can be switched down from
comfort to economy at any time.
A zone is one or more rooms or heaters or appliances which
follow a set programme over 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Accessories
A wide range of accessories is available to improve even
further the versatility of your system, for example a 13 amp
plug-in adaptor with a built in receiver, to provide
programmed control of other appliances such as table
lights, automatic curtain motors etc. Full details are
provided in section 4.
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Section Two
Panel Heaters
The NOBO series 8 panel heater with full multi-function
electronic proportional control thermostat is completely
silent in operation, providing fast and accurate
temperature regulation.
Cleaning
The heater may be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild
detergent. The heater may be tilted forwards on its
mounting bracket for cleaning and decorating behind the
heater (see figure 1). Pressing the clips downwards at the
back of the heater will release the heater from the
mounting bracket.
In a room where more than one heater is used, the
temperature setting should be balanced so that all heaters
work together. The setting should be made in a warm room
and adjustment made until all heaters feel equally warm
to touch.
Safety
The heater should never be covered, or anything placed on,
against or over the heater. The heater is fitted with an over
temperature cut-out which will switch off the element if the
heater becomes too hot. The element will not be switched
back on again until the heater has cooled.
Figure 1
NOBO panel heaters have been tested and approved
by BEAB.
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Section Two
Panel Heaters
Understanding your heaters and thermostat controls
5124 heater control module operating instructions
Switch the heater on with switch 8
Set chosen comfort temperature with control 1
Set chosen economy temperature with control 2
Set control zone with rotary switch 3
PLEASE NOTE
When red light (4) is visible the heater will operate in
comfort mode.
When the green light (5) is visible the heater will operate in
economy mode, or will maintain frost protection (7ºc)
according to settings on the ORION 512.
If the heater is switched on but neither red (4) nor green (5)
lights are visible, the system may be suspended according
to settings on ORION 512.
Switch (9) may be used to override the current programme
from either comfort to economy or economy to comfort
until the next programme change.
The amber operating light (6) indicates that the element is
giving heat and will be seen to go on and off as the
thermostat adjusts the amount of heat supplied. When
room temperature is more than 1c below the thermostat
set point the heater will operate continuously but during
the last 1c. Operation will be proportionally reduced.
When the mode of operation is either frost protection or
suspended, ORION 512 has control and both the heater
economy and comfort controls are inoperative.
When Zone (11) green ECONOMY is selected on ORION 512
all heaters on the system will respond by overriding all
settings and providing frost protection only.
When Zone (12) green ECONOMY is selected on ORION 512
a suspended instruction is sent and all heaters will be
inoperative.
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Section Two
Panel Heaters
3
5
7
2
1
4 6 9
8
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5 10 15 20 25 30
❄
5124 Heater Control Module
1 COMFORT TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
2 ECONOMY TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
3 CONTROL ZONE SELECTOR SWITCH
4 RED COMFORT MODE INDICATOR LIGHT
5 GREEN ECONOMY MODE INDICATOR LIGHT
6 AMBER OPERATING INDICATOR LIGHT
7 FROST PROTECTION SYMBOL
8 ON/OFF SWITCH, L = ON, O = OFF
9 OVERRIDE SWITCH
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Section Three
Control unit – Orion 512
Display (see page 9)
The clock display (2) shows the time in hours and minutes.
The days of the week display (4) shows the day for
which the programme selected (5) applies. The zone
display (3) shows the zone for which the programme
selected (5) applies.
Operating Buttons
1 FUNCTION SWITCH
2 CLOCK DISPLAY
3 ZONE DISPLAY
4 DAYS OF THE WEEK
5 PROGRAMME DISPLAY
6 DAY / HOUR / MINUTES
Used to set the clock.
7 ZONE
Used to select Zone required
8 PROGRAMME
Red and Green
Used to set control programme (comfort / economy).
9 CANCEL
Used to correct incorrect entries and cancel overrides.
10 COPY
Used to copy from zone to zone or from day to day.
11 CONSTANT OVERRIDE
Provides continuous comfort or continuous economy
operation in any or all programmes.
12 SEQUENCE OVERRIDE
May be used to override the current programme from
either comfort to economy or economy to comfort until
the next programme change.
13 STATUS
Shows current situation in all 12 zones
14 RESET
(recessed)
Used to erase all programmes. If this is used Orion 512
must then be reprogrammed.
REMEMBER RED = COMFORT, GREEN = ECONOMY
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Section Four
Setting the programme control
– Orion 512
Useful tip – copying a programme
If one or more zones require the same programme for other
days, press the copy button (10) for 2 to 3 seconds. The
zone (3) and the day (4) lamps will flash. Now press DAY
Step one – set time
button (6) to set the day for the same programme. Press the
With function switch (1) in ‘SET CLOCK position, the
COPY button (10) to complete the copy. The lights will stop
day/hour/minutes buttons are used to set the day and time,
flashing. This can be repeated for copies to all days and all
shown on the day display (4) and clock display (2)
zones. The Orion 512 can store up to 84 programmes.
Step two
On completion press the day button (6) to proceed to set
Decide on heating requirements for each zone, Red
Tuesday’s programme. Continue this way to programme
(comfort) or Green (economy).
all seven days. The press zone button (7) to obtain zone 2
and set to Monday with Day button 6. Repeat the setting
G G G G G G R R R R R R R R R G G G R R R G G G
procedures for zone 2 and the other zones which are
to be used.
Step three – setting a programme
Place function switch (1) in ‘set programme’ position. Now
Cancel
enter the step two selected heating settings by pressing the
An incorrect entry during programming can be deleted by
red or green programme buttons (8) until all 24 programme
using the cancel button (9). The last selected programme
display lights are on. Each segment on the display
will then appear in the programme display (5) and the
represents 1 hour.
programming can start again.
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Section Four
Checking programmes
ZONES 11 & 12
With the function switch (1) set to ‘set programme’
It is good practice to enter red signals to all segments
use the day button (6) and zone button (7) to check
on all days on zones 11 and 12. This allows changes at
entered programme.
a later date for frost protection or a stop instruction.
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Section Five
OPERATING THE SYSTEM AFTER
PROGRAMMING
The SEQUENCE button (12) may be used to provide
temporary override of the programme on display. Use of
this button reverses the current mode of operation in the
indicated zone to the opposite mode for the remainder
The system consists of the control unit ORION 512, and all
of the programme period. eg. If the programme on display
panel heaters with receiver units, or separate receiver units.
is in red (comfort) mode then the sequence will change
This section deals with operating the ORION 512 control unit.
it to green (economy) mode and vice versa. Where there
The setting and operating of Panel Heaters is covered in
is no programme change the override will remain in action.
Section 2.
The red and green constant buttons provide permanent
Orion 512 Normal Operation
override of the programme on display. Use of either button
Set function switch (1) to ‘OPERATION’ position, the correct
will override the current programme with the chosen
day and time will be displayed, and other displays will be lit.
constant mode.
The control unit will be transmitting signals to the panel
heater receiver units according to the settings entered into
The cancel button (9) removes zone overrides and
the control unit. All receivers which are switched on will act
simultaneously returns operations to the original programme.
on these signals. All programmes can be viewed on
programme display (5) by use of the zone button (7).
A short press (less than 2 seconds) will remove only the
override of the programme on display.
By holding the status button (13) the programme display will
A long press (More than 3 seconds) will remove all overrides –
change to show the current status of the 12 zones. Each one
the Zone (3) and Day (4) LED’s will flash while the cancel
of the first 12 segments of the display represents a zone.
button is being pressed to confirm removal of all overrides.
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Section Five
Tamperproofing
Temporary Override
(protecting your programme settings)
SEQUENCE
To avoid unauthorised interference the operation buttons
Permanent Override
•
CONSTANT
•
can be locked. The Zone (7), Green programme (8) and Day
(6) should be pressed simultaneously. To cancel the lock
just repeat the same procedure.
Cancel Overrides and Return
to Original Programme
CANCEL
Holiday Function
Checking the programme
With the Function switch (1) in set programme position use
Zone (7) day (6) to run through the programme settings.
Return the Functions switch to ‘Operation on completion.
If you are leaving the premises unattended use zone button
(7) to set operation to zone 11 and set the CONSTANT
button (11) to green ECONOMY, the system will provide
frost protection in all zones. On return from holiday use
CANCEL button (9) to resume normal operation.
Changing your programme settings
Please refer to section 4 if you wish to change any settings.
Remember to reset the Function switch (1) to ‘Operation’
SET CLOCK
Check Programme Settings
SET PROGRAMME
OPERATION
on completion.
ZONE
SET CLOCK
SET CLOCK
Normal Operation
SET PROGRAMME
Holiday Settings
SET PROGRAMME
OPERATION
OPERATION
ZONE
Status Check
Press to show current status off all
DAY
STATUS
•
CONSTANT
•
zones, on first 12 segments of display.
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Section Six
Additional Features
Power Reserve
All lights on the unit will be extinguished when the power
is disconnected. The clock has 14 days reserve power.
If the power is disconnected for more than 14 days, the clock
(2) will have to be reset when the supply is reconnected.
This will be indicated by the clock display flashing. The clock
display and ‘Monday’ will flash to show that it is necessary
to reset the clock.
Accessories and Spare Parts
A 13 amp plug adaptor
with a built in receiver is
available to enable the
ORION 512 mains
signalling system to
adjustment of the heater controls. A full range of spare parts
is available through NOBO Heating in Birmingham, including
the following:
Front Panel
Electronic control module
Wall bracket
Switch assembly
Heating element
Cable
To order accessories and spares it is necessary to know the
type number of the heater and it’s electronic the back of the
heater.
Towel Rails using the RS Receiver
12 channel Slave switch for control of fixed
appliances. Switches the power supply
on/off on receipt of coded signals from
System 500 mains Signalling control.
control other appliances
such as table lights, automatic curtain motors etc.
Other accessories available include tamperproof covers for
switch and temperature controls, to prevent unauthorised
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Section Six
Switches 10 amps. Zone 10 is often
Glass Panel Heater using
designated for control of Bathroom
TR 36 Thermostat
Towel Rails.
Wall mounted thermostat for control of
fixed appliances, providing proportional
Typically used for control of Bathroom
temperature control between 18c and
Towel Rails. Normally installed outside
30ºc. With preset temperature setback control. Switches the
the Bathroom in a flush box beside the
power supply on/off on receipt of coded signals from the
appliance isolation switch.
System 500 mains Signalling control.
Water Heating using RSX Receiver
Typically used for control of Radiant Glass
12 channel slave switch for control of
Panels. The thermostat defaults to
fixed appliances. Switches the power
‘ON’ and only switches ‘OFF’ on receipt
supply on/off on receipt of coded signals
of an economy signal (green) from the
from the System 500 Mains Signalling
Orion system.
control. Switches 16 amps. Zone 8 is often designated for
control of Water heating.
Typically used for control of the immersion heater. Normally
installed in a box beside the fuseboard or in a box in the
cylinder cupboard.
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Section Seven
Problems with Heaters
Heater does not get warm
Not switched on
Switch on side of Heater ‘l’ = on, ‘O’ = off.
Power point on wall switched off.
Fuse in wall power point blown.
Switched on
Heater shut down because grill is covered.
Thermostat setting is too low.
Receiving Green signal on zone 11 or 12.
Heater on but not responding
Switch heater off for 5 minutes and then switch
back on again.
When a heater is first switched on it will always operate
in comfort mode and can take up to 5 minutes before
it responds to the programme signals. The signals are
transmitted every 5 minutes incremental from 2 minutes past
each hour. If you change the zone number (selector switch 3)
on a heater, the thermostat will reset to its default setting
and it can take up to 5 minutes before the heater responds to
the new zone number.
Problems with the orion 512 control unit
Clock display flashing
After a power interruption, the clock display may flash to
indicate the need for the time to be reset. If a power
interruption has been longer than 14 days it will be necessary
to reset the clock. If the power supply receives high voltage
transients (electrical noise, may occur during a thunderstorm)
the Orion 512 may lockup and not respond to programme
settings. If all attempts to adjust it fail, you may need some
help. Telephone NOBO Heating Technical Support Line.
Cannot adjust the unit
The unit appears to work but cannot be adjusted. Check the
anti-tamper function (section 5) to ensure that the key pad is
not locked.
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Section Seven
Signal conflicts
parts should include the model number of the appliance
The signal produced by the ORION 512 unit is a high
and/or the control module. The identification labels to be
frequency pulse that is injected into the mains wiring. Every
found on the rear of the equipment describe the model and
circuit in your premises will carry this pulse, which allows
control item fitted.
complete freedom in the positioning of heaters and
receivers, but it also presents a potential problem is for any
Technical support
reason you introduce some other system that uses the same
signal protocol. Some wireless burglar alarms for example
Our technical department is able to provide
use a high frequency signal, and if this is on or near to 120Khz
you with a detailed route to compliance based
there may be conflicts. A filter is fitted in the main incoming
on either a domestic or commercial application.
supply cable to your premises, and this should prevent
Contact us or send us your plans.
signals from outside your premises from coming in.
The telephone service is available between 8.30 am
Maintenance and spare parts
and 5.00 pm Monday to Thursday. 8.30 am to
Little or no maintenance is necessary on a routine basis, the
3.30 pm Friday.
only attention that may be required will be when an
appliance gets damaged or fails to operate correctly.
Telephone:
0121 328 5671
(Technical & Sales Support)
A periodic check of each appliance should be made to ensure
that it is correctly adjusted and operating efficiently.
Brochure Hotline:
01206 797800
In the event of an appliance being damaged or the
Facsimile:
0121 327 8580
controlling system failing, a full range of spare parts may be
E-mail:
info@noboheatinguk.com
obtained from NOBO Heating Limited. Any orders for spare
Website:
www.noboheatinguk.com
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NOBO Heating UK Limited
Head Office:
Regional Offices:
Unit 15, Gravelly Industrial Park
London & South East
Tyburn Road, Erdington
South West
Birmingham B24 8HZ
North West
Telephone: 0121 328 5671
Midlands
Facsimile: 0121 327 8580
Scotland & North East
E-mail: info@noboheatinguk.com
Regional contact details are available
online at www.noboheatinguk.com or
Telephone: 0121 328 5671
Website: www.noboheatinguk.com
www.noboheatinguk.com
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