fitting the backplate electrical connections specification: coronet

fitting the backplate electrical connections specification: coronet
FITTING THE PROGRAMMER
f surface wiring has been used, remove the knockout/insert from the
bottom of the programmer to accommodate it.
oosen the two ‘captive’ retaining screws on the top of the unit. Now fit
he programmer to the backplate, line the lugs on the programmer with
he flanges on the backplate.
Swing the top of the programmer into position ensuring that the
onnection blades on the back of the unit locate into the terminal slots
n the backplate.
ighten the two ‘captive’ retaining screws to fix the unit
ecurely, then switch on the mains supply.
END VIEW OF 425 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL PROGRAMMER
The tappets can now be set to suit the User’s requirements.
Please refer to the User’s Guide provided.
Before handing over the installation to the user, always ensure that the system responds
correctly on all control programmes and that other electrically operated equipment and controls are
correctly adjusted.
EXPLAIN HOW TO OPERATE THE CONTROLS AND HAND OVER THE USERS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER.
SPECIFICATION: CORONET - DIADEM - TIARA
MODELS:
Coronet: Single Circuit 13(6)A 230V AC
Diadem: Double Circuit 6(2.5)A 230V AC
Tiara: Double Circuit 6(2.5)A 230V AC
Once the Backplate has been removed from
the packaging please ensure the programmer
is re-sealed to prevent damage from dust,
debris etc.
The Backplate should be fitted with the
wiring terminals located at the top and in a
position which allows the relevant clearances
around the programmer. (See diagram)
Offer the plate to the wall in the position where the programmer is to be mounted, remembering that
the Backplate fits to the right hand end of the programmer.
Mark the fixing positions through the slots in the Backplate(Fixing centres 60.3mm), drill and plug the
wall, then secure the plate in position. The slots in the Backplate will
compensate for any misalignment of the fixings.
Dirt protection: Normal situations.
ndependently mounted control for surface mounting.
Purpose of Control: Electronic Time Switch
Operating time limitation: Continuous
Type 1 Action
Case material: Thermoplastic, flame retardant
Dimensions: 153mm x 112mm x 33mm
Clock: 24 hour
Programme selection: 24 Hours, On all day, Twice, Off
Operating periods per day: Two
Override: Instant advance
Backplate: 9 Pin terminal connection
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FITTING THE BACKPLATE
DIRECT WALL MOUNTING
Contact type: Micro dis-connection(Voltage free)
Motor Supply: 230-240V AC 50Hz
Double Insulated
Enclosure Protection: IP 20
Max. Operating Temperature : 55oC
Horstmann Controls Limited
Bristol
BS4 1UP
t:0117 9788 773 - f:0117 9788 701
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION SHOULD ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A SUITABLY QUALIFIED PERSON
AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT EDITION OF THE IEE WIRING REGULATIONS.
WARNING : ISOLATE MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE COMMENCING INSTALLATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.horstmann.co.uk
The 425 Range of traditional Electro-mechanical
Programmers offer a simple yet effective way
of controlling your environment. The twin circuit
Diadem and Tiara will also allow you to have
independent control of Hot water and Central
heating.
WIRING BOX MOUNTING
The Backplate may be fitted directly on to a single gang steel flush wiring box complying with BS4662,
using two M3.5 screws.
425 Electro-Mechanical Programmers are suitable for mounting on a flat surface only, they must not be
positioned on a surface mounted wall box or on unearthed metal surfaces.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
LEAFLET No P27673
ISSUE 11
All necessary electrical connections should now be made. Flush wiring can enter from the rear through
the aperture in the Backplate. Surface wiring can only enter from beneath the programmer and must
be securely clamped.
The mains supply terminals are intended to be connected to the supply by means of fixed wiring.
The recommended cable sizes are 1.0mm2 or 1.5mm2 for a Diadem/Tiara and 1.5mm2 for a Coronet.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
425 Electro-Mechanical Programmers are double insulated and do not require an Earth connection but
an Earth terminal is provided on the Backplate for terminating any cable Earth conductors.
arth continuity must be maintained and all bare Earth conductors must be sleeved. Ensure that no
onductors are left protruding outside the central space enclosed by the Backplate.
INTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAMS
DIADEM / TIARA
CORONET
Neon shown is only
on the 425 Diadem.
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS
Example circuit diagrams for some typical installations are shown below. These diagrams are
schematic and should be used as a guide only.
Please ensure that all installations comply with the current IEE regulations.
For reasons of space and clarity not every system has been included and the diagrams have been
simplified, for instance some Earth connections have been omitted.
Other control components shown in the diagrams i.e. Valves, RoomStats etc are general
representations only. However the wiring detail can be applied to the corresponding models of most
manufactures e.g. Horstmann, Honeywell, Danfoss Randall, ACL Drayton etc.
Cylinder and Room Thermostat Key:
C = Common CALL = Call for heat or break on rise SAT = Satisfied on rise N = Neutral
425 Coronet controlling gravity
Hot water with pumped Heating
via room stat and cylinder stat.
425 Coronet controlling fully
pumped system via room stat,
cylinder stat and using a 2 port
spring return valve with auxiliary
switch on heating circuit.
425 Diadem/Tiara controlling
gravity Hot water with pumped
Heating via room stat.
425 Diadem/Tiara controlling
gravity Hot water with Pumped
Heating via room stat and cylinder
stat.
425 Diadem/Tiara controlling
gravity Hot water with pumped
Heating using a 2 port spring return
valve with auxiliary switches via a
room stat and cylinder stat.
425 Tiara controlling fully pumped
system using two motorised 2
port valves with auxiliary switches
via room stat and cylinder stat.
425 Diadem/Tiara controlling gravity
Hot water with pumped heating
using a 2 port spring return valve
with changeover auxiliary switch on
the Hot water circuit
425 Tiara controlling fully pumped
system using a mid position valve
via room stat and cylinder stat.
425 Coronet controlling typical
combination boiler installation
via room thermostat.
When used to control MAINS VOLTAGE
SYSTEMS Terminals L and 5 should be
electrically linked by means of a suitable
piece of sleeved conductor. When used to
control EXTRA LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
these links MUST NOT be fitted.
When used to control MAINS VOLTAGE
SYSTEMS Terminals L,2 and 5 should be
electrically linked by means of a suitable
piece of sleeved conductor. When used
to control EXTRA LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
these links MUST NOT be fitted.
INTERLOCKING - DIADEM AND TIARA ONLY.
f a Diadem or Tiara is used on Gravity Hot water/Pumped Central heating systems the selector slides
must be interlocked for correct programme selection.
his is achieved by rotating the interlock located at the top of the HW programme slide.
his is achieved by first selecting Twice on the HW selector slide, then selecting the Off position on the
CH selector slide, this will reveal the screwdriver slot in the interlock. Position the screwdriver in the
lot and rotate anti-clockwise until the slot is almost horizontal (a stop will prevent the interlock from
being turned too far).
Check for correct operation of programme slides. This should result in the HW selector slide moving up
o match any CH selection (twice, all day and 24 Hours). When the CH slide switch is returned to any
of the lower position (all day, twice and off), the HW slide switch will stay in the uppermost position
eached and will have to be manually moved to the desired new position.
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