Operating Manual – WiFi

Operating Manual – WiFi
Welcome to
Warmup
4iE Smart WiFi Thermostat operating guide
See reverse for installation guide
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Introduction
The 4iE default screen is the home screen. Pressing the temperature figure in the centre of the screen allows you
to override it. Pressing the menu button allows you to start programming and setting up the 4iE. You’ll often find a
help button on pages with several options to give more information.
If you do not press any button for 1 minute, the 4iE screen will dim and revert to the home screen. To wake the 4iE
just tap the screen or press Wake.
The icons at the bottom of the screen are your WarmApps. These can be set up on MyWarmup to the weather
along with your energy saving advice.
To turn the thermostat on or off, press the power button on the bottom of the device for 3 seconds.
MyWarmup
You can also program and set-up your 4iE with your tablet or computer by visting my.warmup.com.
If you use a smartphone to access MyWarmup, you will be shown a mobile version which gives quick access to
important features like Smart Overrides. If you want to set up your 4iE using a smartphone you will have to ensure
you access the desktop version of the website. This can be changed in the browser settings of your phone or by
clicking the link at the bottom of the mobile page.
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Getting Started
On initial power up the 4iE will ask you to connect to a WiFi network. Once connected you will be asked
to create a MyWarmup account. If you skip the WiFi connection stage, you will be guided through an
offline setup procedure (with the options shown below) and can set up a MyWarmup account at a later
date.
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Language
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Theme
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Internet Settings
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Brightness
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Time
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Audio Feedback
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Date
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Floor type
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Daylight Savings
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Heating control type
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Heating type
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Heating Program Schedule
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Temperature Display
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Energy Monitor settings
Important!
Ensure you choose the correct System Type. Electric (underfloor), Hydronic (underfloor) or Conventional
(central heating with radiators).
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Connecting to MyWarmup
Once your 4iE is powered up, you need to create your MyWarmup account. Navigate your web browser
to my.warmup.com
Enter your email address and create a password for your account. You will be sent a confirmation email
when your account is set up. Make sure you check your spam folder as well as your inbox.
When you’ve received your account activation email, you can connect your 4iE to the account. Ensure
your 4iE is connected to the internet. If you see an error icon on the homescreen (see below), then
your thermostat is not connected to the internet.
If you cannot connect to the internet, you may skip this stage and connect at a later date.
If you see these icons, visit our Online Technical
Assistance website: warmupedia.warmup.com
Not connected to Server
No WiFi Connection
When your 4iE is connected to the internet, just enter the unique codes displayed on the connection
screen into MyWarmup. Your 4iE will then be connected.
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Set your heating program
With your 4iE, you can choose to set a custom heating schedule, fixed temperature or a preset program
designed for different rooms.
To adjust the program, you must highlight the days that you want to program by pressing them, then
press Program. You can select multiple days in any combination, such as weekdays only, to program
separate weekday and weekend temperatures. To do this, program all the weekdays at once and then
program the weekend when you’re finished.
The programming works by setting Comfort Periods of warm temperatures, shown with a green line.
Any time not covered by a Comfort Period will use a lower Setback temperature to save energy. The
default setback temperature is 16°C and you can change this once you’ve set up your program if needed.
You can add up to 5 Comfort Periods per day and when you’ve set what you want, just press Done.
You’ll see the summary of your program which you can edit by repeating the steps above, or just press
Accept to set your program.
Remember: The 4iE can also learn your schedule and program itself. To activate this, set it
into Learning Mode on MyWarmup
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Preset Programs
You can select a preset program schedule to get you started. You can edit the program whenever you
like by following the steps in Set Your Heating Program
Below is a summary of the Preset Programs
Bathroom
Mon-Fri
Sat-Sun
10
Kitchen
Bedroom
Living Room
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
06:00
08:00
19:00
23:00
25
10
20
15
06:00
08:00
18:00
22:00
23
10
23
10
06:00
08:00
20:00
23:00
25
10
20
10
18:00
21:30
23
10
07:00
11:00
18:00
23:00
25
18
20
15
07:00
11:00
18:00
22:00
23
18
23
10
06:00
08:00
20:00
23:00
25
10
20
10
08:00
18:00
20:00
23
20
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Holiday Mode
Holiday Mode allows you to override your schedule with a fixed temperature over a number of days.
This helps you save energy when you know you’ll be away for a while by setting a lower temperature.
Holiday Mode can be found in the Program menu
Just set the start and end times of your holiday, or leave the end time as Unspecified, if you want
Holiday Mode to run indefinitely. Then set the temperature you want when you’re away.
Gradual Start
Gradual Start allows you to bring your floor up to temperature slowly, which is required for some floor
finishes such as solid wood, and can also be found in the Program menu.
Enter the maximum temperature and the time required to reach that temperature to set Gradual Start.
Different floors have different requirements so please contact your floor installer or supplier for advice
on how to set Gradual Start correctly.
Frost Protect
Select Frost Protect mode to set your heating to 5°C. This will help protect your home from frost and
will run continuously until you raise the temperature again.
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Energy Monitor
The 4iE learns how you use your system and how your house reacts to the heating and weather. It can
give you an estimate of your energy usage and the running cost of your system.
You will need to enter the power of your system, and in some cases, the efficiency. If you do not
know these, speak to your installer or go to warmup.com or warmup.ca and use our online Heat
Requirement Calculator.
You will also need to enter the cost of your energy, in order to calculate the running cost of your
system. Press Energy Settings, and select if you have a single rate tariff or a standard/low energy
tariff (where you have a discounted cost during part of the day). Enter your cost per KWH and relevant
currency and, if required, the time the low energy tariff starts and stops and the discounted cost during
that time.
When you’ve set up the Energy Monitor you can view the estimated usage or cost over a selected
time period. If you have a standard/low energy tariff, the amount and cost of energy used during
the standard period will be displayed in dark green and the amount used in the low period will be
displayed in light geen
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Settings
The 4iE can be configured in different ways to suit you. The functions that can be accessed in the
Settings menu include:
Time
Set time
manually set time (only available without WiFi connection)
Set date
manually set date (only available without WiFi connection)
Daylight savings
set daylight savings (only available without WiFi connection)
Heating preferences
Temperature format
choose celsius or farenheit
Control air/floor
use air or floor sensor as main measurement
Adaptive learning
starts heating early so it’s up to temperature at the right time
Display/Audio
Background
change the screen background (upload your own on MyWarmup)
Home screen style
choose a theme for the main screen
Display brightness
change the screen brightness for normal use and standby
Lock
set a lock code and limits for when the lock is active
Audio Feedback
turn the ‘click’ sound on or off
Network
Choose a WiFi network and enter the password if required
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Advanced settings
These options can affect the performance of your thermostat and should only be modified by an
experienced professional or under the instruction of Warmup Technical Support
Heater settings
Heater limits
Set the temperature limits for your floor type. User Defined lets you set custom
limits
Regulator
Regulator mode controls the heating in 10 minute cycles. The number you enter is
the number of minutes in every 10 minute cycle that the heating will be on. This
mode will not use the floor or air sensors for measurement
Fil Pilote
This is a feature specifically for France. You must also connect Fil Pilote to terminal 1
Master/Relay
This allows one thermostat to control another
1.
Choose which thermostat is Master and which is Relay
2.
Use low voltage cable to connect terminal 6 of both thermostats
3.
Use low voltage cable to connect terminal 7 of both thermostats (in addition
to floor sensor cables on the Master thermostat)
4.
Set Relay thermostat to Relay mode first, then set the Master thermostat to
Master mode
5.
Program the Master thermostat. The Relay thermostat will no longer use its
sensors, it will follow the Master thermostat
Gradual Start
Set the maximum temperature and time required to reach that temperature
Probes
Set the specification of the probes. You can also choose to hide the error message if you do not want to
connect a probe
Probe application
Choose if the floor probe is being used as a Floor or Amb (ambient) sensor
Offset
Set the offset of the sensors to improve accuracy
Reset
This will restore all the factory default settings. You can also hold the button on the rear of the front
module for 10 seconds to perform a system reset
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Electric Underfloor Installation
Hydronic Underfloor Installation
see numbering on diagram below
see numbering on diagram below
2.
3.
4.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
Connect to Power Supply (Live – MAX 240V)
Connect to Power Supply (Neutral – MAX 240V)
Connect to Warmup heater(s) (Neutral – MAX 3600W/
15 Amps)
Connect to Warmup heater(s) (Live – MAX 3600W/15
Amps)
Connect to 1st wire of floor sensor (color not important)
Connect to 2nd wire of floor sensor (color not
important)
5.
7.
8.
Connect to Power Supply (Live – MAX 240V)
Connect to Power Supply (Neutral – MAX 240V)
Connect to wiring centre (Neutral if present – MAX
3600W/ 15 Amps)
Connect to wiring centre (Switch Live – MAX 3600W/ 15
Amps)
Connect to 1st wire of floor sensor (color not important)
Connect to 2nd wire of floor sensor (color not important)
Central heating Installation
Special Installation
see numbering on diagram below
see numbering on diagram below
2.
3.
4.
Second sensor installation: (2nd floor probe or exterior probe)
6. Connect to 1st wire of external sensor/ 2nd floor sensor
7. Connect to 2nd wire of external sensor/ 2nd floor sensor
5.
Connect to Power Supply (Live – MAX 240V)
Connect to Power Supply (Neutral – MAX 240V)
Connect to Boiler circuit (Neutral if present– MAX
3600W/ 15 Amps)
Connect to Boiler circuit (240V Switch Live – MAX
3600W/ 15 Amps)
For extra low voltage or volt-free systems a contactor must
be used. Contact Warmup for more details.
Connecting the 4iE directly to extra low voltage or volt-free
boilers may cause damage to the boiler circuit.
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Master/Relay installation: (connecting 2 stats together)
6. Connect to terminal 6 on other thermostat
7. Connect to terminal 7 on other thermostat
Do not use where exposed to water
Ne pas installer à proximité d’une source d’eau
L1-LOAD-L2
L2
L1 LINE
1
2
3
EXT
SENSOR
(NO POLARITY)
Mounting Thermostat thermostat
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Push excess wire back through the wall box and
insert thermostat back module into wall box.
Put fixing screws through mounting holes and
tighten.
Ensure that thermostat is straight before tightening
completely.
Replace thermostat front housing;
i) align and sit front housing on to hinges,
ii) push lower half of front housing until a
‘click’ is heard.
Ensure front housing is securely fixed.
IMPORTANT: Tighten both retaining screws
Powering Up
You can now power up the thermostat and begin the
programming process. An easy to follow menu will
guide you through the rest. If you want to turn on / off
the thermostat and heating system then hold down the
recessed button on the bottom of the stat for 3 seconds
Error Messages
Your thermostat can give you two error indications:
1.
2.
“er1”: This will occur if no floor sensor is detected
“er2”: This will occur if the floor sensor has a short
circuit
Introduction
The 4iE thermostat is designed to aid in the comfort of your home by providing timed regulation of your heating system. The
thermostat is designed to receive temperature input signals from the following sensors:
1.
Air sensor located inside thermostat
2.
Floor sensor installed in floor if using underfloor heating (see Warmup heater instructions for details)
3.
Optional 2nd sensor
The thermostat is not a safety device. In order to avoid damaging your system the correct system and floor type should be
selected during the thermostat programming process.
Electrical Specification:
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Supply voltage: 110V-240V +/-15% at 60Hz
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Thermostat is not designed for use with intermittent power supply.
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Maximum Switch Load: 15A resistive
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Insulation Class : II
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Housing : IP30
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Standards: EN60730-1 & EN60730-2-9 standards
WARNING – Important safety note
This product uses mains voltage electricity and work should only be carried out by a qualified electrician. You should always
isolate the power supply before attempting to install or repair the 4iE thermostat. The thermostat should not be put into
operation unless you are certain that the entire heating installation complies with current general safety requirements for
electrical installations. Electrical installation to be in accordance with latest IEE Wiring Regulations and appropriate Statutory
Regulations.
Location
The thermostat should be installed inside a single gang electrical wall box that is at least 30mm deep. For optimal performance
the thermostat should be located in an area with good ventilation. It should not be beside a drafty window/ door, in direct
sunlight or above another heat generating device (e.g. radiator or TV).
The thermostat is designed for operation between 0°C and 55°C with relative humidity less than 80%.
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Installation
Separate the front housing of thermostat from wall
module:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Unscrew both closing screws (bottom of stat) until
they will not turn any further.
Release front housing by gripping lower half of
outer frame and pulling outwards then upwards
Place front housing somewhere safe
Run all wires to the wall box. Check to ensure
that you have included the following:
Power (Live and Neutral)
Heater (Live and Neutral or Switch Live only)
Floor sensor
Fil pilote (if necessary)
External/ 2nd floor Sensor (if necessary)
Pull wires through wall box and complete
terminal wiring.
IMPORTANT: Ensure that multi stranded wires are fully
inserted into the terminals and secured tightly. Any
loose strands should be trimmed as they could cause a
short-circuit.
If connecting more than two heaters, an electrical
junction box will be required.
NOTE: Always ensure that the sensor cable is installed
in a separate
conduit to the power cables supplying the thermostat
and heating system.
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Contact Us
Installation guide
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Web: www.warmup.com
Email: us@warmup.com
Web: www.warmup.ca
Email: ca@warmup.com
52 Federal Road Unit 1F
06810 Danbury CT
374 Wellington St W
M5V 1E3 Toronto ON
Visit our Online Technical Assistance website: warmupedia.warmup.com
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