TP4000 User Instructions

TP4000 User Instructions
TP4000
User Instructions
The TP4000 is both a programmer and a room thermostat. It allows you to programme
up to 6 times and temperatures at which your heating will come on and go off each
day.
Fig.1
RESET
Before programming the thermostat press and release the RESET button to restart
the unit. (Fig. 1)
Fig.2
Setting the Clock and Day
The time is set in the factory and therefore it will not normally be necessary to do this
on site.
Fig.3
Accepting the Factory Pre-settings
The TP4000 has pre-set times already programmed in, which often suit most people
(see table below).
Event
Time
Temp. °C
1
06:30
20
2
08:30
15
3
11:30
20
4
13:30
15
5
16:30
21
6
22:30
15
To adjust the factory pre-settings & set your own time and temperature
programmes
a)Press PROG (Fig. 2) Until 1st pre-set time and temperature appears in display (Fig.
3).
b)Use + or – buttons (Fig. 4) to adjust the TIME (press and hold to change in 10 min
increments).
c)Use Λ or V buttons (Fig. 5) to adjust the TEMPERATURE.
d)Press PROG (Fig. 2) to move to next preset time & temp (Event 2) (Fig. 6).
e) Repeat steps b, c & d for programming Events 3, 4, 5 & 6.
Returning to RUN mode
Press PROG (Fig. 2) – the colon in the LCD display will start to flash (Fig. 7).
Fig.4
Fig.5
Fig.6
Fig.7
Fig.8
Selection of time
or actual room
temperature in main
LCD display
Temporary User Overrides
The TP4000 has several useful overrides which can be selected without affecting the
thermostat programming.
• Selection of time or actual room temperature in main LCD display – press +
and – together to change between settings (Fig. 8).
• Temporary override of programmed temperature – press Λ or V until required
temperature is displayed (override will automatically cancel at beginning of next
programmed event) (Fig. 9).
• Frost Protection – a constant low temperature can be selected whilst away from
home - press Λ and V together (Fig.10). Then use Λ or V to select the required
temperature. To return to automatic programming press Λ and V together
again.
Fig.9
Fig.10
Temporary
override of
programmed
temperature
Frost
Protection
press
together
Battery Replacement
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Fig.11
A low battery symbol will flash in the LCD display (Fig. 11)
You have 15 days to replace the battery before the unit will switch off.
Remove old batteries and insert new ones. All settings including time are
maintained.
Press and release the RESET button to restart the unit. (Fig. 1)
NB. If the display ever goes blank during normal operation, the batteries will need
to be renewed with high quality alkaline cells. The reset button should be pressed
to restart the unit. All times, dates and events will be retained and need not be
re-programmed.
Danfoss Ltd
Ampthill Road
Bedford, MK42 9ER
Tel: 0845 1217 400
Fax: 0845 1217 515
Email: ukheating@danfoss.com
Website: www.heating.danfoss.co.uk
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