nobo panel radiators

nobo panel radiators
NOBO PANEL RADIATORS
SERIES '14' TYPE 'E4E GB' PANEL RADIATORS
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Six sizes 500 to 2000 watt
Electronic Thermostatic control
Adjustable scale 5 - 30°C.
On - Off switch
Over-heat Cut-Out
White paint finish RAL 9010
Classified IP 24
Flex connection 1.9m (RH side)
Electronic proportional temperature regulation
Variety of Plug-In Control options:
Series 8 'R80' plug & play technology.
E4E GB 2000
110
E4E GB 1500
E4E GB 1250
400
62
E4E GB 1000
E4E GB 750
100
E4E GB 500
Min. Clearance
E
D
D
C
B
A
475
625
775
975
70
Min. Clearance
1125
1525
L
Wall Bracket fixing centres
A
B
C
D
E
Telephone: 0121 328 5671
Facsimile: 0121 327 8580
L
200
300
400
600
1000
200
70
Series 14 - E4E GB - Dims. txt - 1403
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ‘T10’ CONTROL
CONTROL UNIT type R80 UDF designed for use with Nobo Panel heaters using Series 8 controls.
T10
Timer control module.
221
KEY to Fig. 1.
1 – Red Comfort mode indicator light.
2 – Amber operating indicator light.
3 – Green Economy mode indicator light.
4 – LCD Display panel.
5 – Selector for Temperature settings.
6 – Programme Selector.
7 – Programming.
8 – On / Off switch. l = On, 0 = Off.
9 – Selector for settings Day Hour and Minutes.
10 – Selector for copying Programme settings.
11 – Adjustment downwards (reduce).
12 – Adjustment upwards (increase).
13 – Screw for tamperproofing cover.
14 – Transparent cover.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Switch the heater on and wait for approximately 5 minutes while the electronics warm up and batteries charge.
Set the time using (9), (11) and (12) to make adjustments. Set the temperature using (5), (11) and (12) to make adjustments,
both comfort and economy levels should be set. The comfort setting cannot be reduced unless the economy setting is more than 4° lower.
Select programme using (6), (11) and (12) to make adjustments, the UP (user programme) or one of nine pre-set programmes.
ie. P1 – P9 may be chosen. Or one of three continuous modes may be selected ie. CF (frost)., CE (economy) or CC (comfort).
If ‘UP’ user programme mode is chosen, use (7), (11) and (12) to set required programme for each day, use (9) to move between days and
When the economy setting is active the green indicator will glow, when the comfort setting is active the red indicator will glow,
use (10) to copy programmes between days.
The action of the timer will switch the heater operation between economy and comfort setting at the appropriate programme times.
When the economy setting is active the green indicator will glow, when the comfort setting is active the red indicator will glow, when the
thermostat calls for heat the amber indicator will also glow. When one of the constant modes is selected the heater will remain
continuously in that mode until an alternative is selected. You can move freely between any of the programmes or modes at any time and
come back later without the settings being changed.
DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMMES
(W=weekdays, SA=Saturday, SU=Sunday)
P1: Heat during the afternoon and evening.
P2: Heat during the morning, afternoon and evening.
P3: Heat during the morning, afternoon and evening.
P4: Staying Home.
P5: Continental Lunch Programme.
P6: Short Office programme.
P7: Long Office programme.
P8: Alternative Office programme.
P9: Bedroom programme.
CF: Continuous Frost Protection programme.
CE: Continuous Economy programme.
CC: Continuous Comfort programme.
UP: User programme.
MEMORY BACKUP
If the heater is switched Off or there is an interruption
in the power supply the electronic memory will retain the time setting for upto 24 hours after which it will be necessary to restart the timer.
CLEANING
The heater may be tilted forwards on its mounting bracket for cleaning with a damp cloth and mild detergent, and for decorating behind
the heater. Pressing the clips downward at the back of the heater will release the heater from the mounting bracket.
Telephone: 0121 328 5671
Facsimile: 0121 327 8580
Series 8 - GER - T10. txt - 221
NOBO PANEL RADIATORS
The NOBO Panel Radiators, designed and manufactured as a fixed appliance.
The Radiator should be permanently fixed to the wall using rawlplugs and screws or other
similar suitable fixings. Clearance around and above the Radiator must be allowed and the
following minimum dimensions should be considered.
Above the Radiator:
Each side of the Radiator:
Beneath the Radiator:
In front of the Radiator:
130 mm
20 mm
70 mm
100 mm
For the best results the Radiator should be mounted as low as is practical and between
100 and 150 mm clearance above the floor is suggested.
The electricity supply should be provided through a fixed flex connection unit and the
following connections should be made.
Brown:
Blue:
Green / Yellow:
(L)
(N)
(E)
Live
Neutral
Earth
(Red)
(Black)
(Green / Yellow)
GREEN/YELLOW WIRE
BLUE WIRE
BROWN WIRE
PANEL RADIATOR
L
N
E
230 volt
POWER
SUPPLY
Telephone: 0121 328 5671
Facsimile: 0121 327 8580
Series 8 - MV 100. txt - GE.02
NOBO PANEL RADIATORS
SERIES '8' PANEL HEATER TYPES - OPERATION NOTES
Microprocessor control provides the heart to the Series 8 Panel heater.
Offering a wide range of options in control technology.
The plug & play approach creates a versatile and flexible choice.
The use of a microprocessor allows precise temperature regulation operating the proportional principal.
Control of temperature is divided into two modes of operation. Pre-heat mode and maintain mode.
In pre-heat mode the processor allows the heater to full-burn but without over-heating.
Maintain mode takes over when the room temperature is within one degree of the thermostat set-point.
In maintain mode the processor cycles once in every minute and allows
the heater to burn for part of that minute. The closer the room temperature
gets to the set-point the shorter the burn-time becomes.
The proportional process of temperature regulation provides a cooler heater
giving a gentle heat with better air quality and efficient use of energy.
It is far better to have a bigger heater and control the heat output, than to have
a smaller heater that has to run flat-out for most of the time. Where a room
has more than one heater, all of the heaters should be used together and the control settings should be balanced
so that they all operate at the same temperature. It is not considered to be good practice to have one heater
operating at a higher temperature than another or for one heater to be switched off leaving the other to do all of the
work. It is considered to be far better to make use of the set-back facility, maintaining a background temperature
and switching up to comfort level during periods of occupation, so that rooms are not allowed to get too cold.
The temperature setting of the heater/s should be adjusted to
provide the required room temperature, as shown above.
The settings shown on the left where the adjustments are to
opposite extremes are not recommended because this causes the
heater to run flat-out for long periods producing high air leaving temperatures which can lead to discolouration.
Best results are achieved when the heater is allowed to operate in the proportional band, where the heater
burns intermittently, producing a much cooler heater and lower air leaving temperature.
Discolouration may occur in rooms where there is smoke or air pollution, the burning of candles
or combustion of any carbon based material will produce soot deposits. The convection current
created by warm air leaving the heater will circulate the air within a room and any fumes or pollution
in the air will also be circulated through the heater. The effects of air pollution are
made worse when heaters are allowed to operate flat-out for long periods. A heater
will have to work much harder if adjacent rooms are unheated, the Hall for example.
Heaters should be kept clean and may be tilted forward to gain access to the back for cleaning &
decorating. Pressing down the two retaining clips on the bracket at the back will enable the top of
the heater to be drawn forward. The heater may be
cleaned with a damp cloth and mild detergent.
It is important that sufficient clear space is allowed
for heat to be freely dissipated from the heater.
Furniture should not be placed close to the heater,
nor should anything be draped over the heater
that will in anyway restrict the air leaving grille, which
should, at all times, remain completely clear. Covering
a heater creates a fire risk and may cause a fire.
Telephone: 0121 328 5671
Facsimile: 0121 327 8580
Series 8 - Ops. txt - 804
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