Product Manual LUMI ELECTRIC SAUNA HEATER 1707-45-1718 1707-70-1718 1707-90-1718 LUMI HOT TOP LUMI 7014242 314 SKSG 2 D 2 Product Manual LUMI Contents 1 2 3 Quick instructions for use of the sauna heater 4 1.1 Check before taking a sauna bath 4 1.2 Operation of the sauna heater controls 4 Information for users 5 2.1 Sauna room 5 2.2 Recommended sauna room ventilation 5 2.3 Heating the sauna 5 2.4 Sauna heater stones 6 2.5 Sauna heater controls 7 2.5.1 Timer switch 7 2.5.2 Thermostat 7 2.6 Electric heating toggle 8 2.7 If the sauna heater will not heat up 8 Instructions for the installer 9 3.1 Preparing for sauna heater installation 9 3.2 Installation 9 3.3 Recommended sauna room ventilation 10 3.4 Installation of heater in sauna room 11 3.4.1 Installation with back panel 11 3.4.2 Installation without back panel 12 3.5 Mains connection 13 3.6 Electric heating toggle 13 3.7 Sauna heater safety clearances 14 3.8 Locating the connection box for connection cable in the sauna room 15 3.9 Wiring diagram 16 4 Spare parts for the LUMI electric sauna heater 17 5 ROHS 18 3 Product Manual LUMI Images and tables Image 1 Sauna room ventilation 10 Image 2 Mounting the sauna heater (with back panel) 11 Image 3 Mounting the sauna heater (without back panel) 12 Image 4 Sauna heater safety clearances 14 Image 5 Location for the connection box 15 Image 6 Switch diagram for the sauna heater, 400V3N~ 16 Table 1 Safety clearances 14 Product Manual LUMI 1 1.1 4 Quick instructions for use of the sauna heater Check before taking a sauna bath 1. The sauna room is suitable for taking a sauna bath. 2. The door and the window are closed. 3. The sauna heater is topped with stones that comply with the manufacturer's recommendations, the heating elements are covered with stones, and the stones are piled sparsely. NOTE: Structural clay tiles are not allowed. 1.2 Operation of the sauna heater controls Set the heater's thermostat to the desired temperature. You can find the ideal temperature for taking a sauna bath by first turning the thermostat to the maximum. Once the sauna room is warm enough, simply turn the thermostat control backwards, i.e. counter-clockwise, until the heating elements turn off (you can hear a clicking sound). You can fine-tune the temperature by slightly turning the thermostat knob in either direction. The sauna heater operates with a 12-hour timer. The timer is operated by turning the timer knob clockwise from the 0 position. In the 0 position, the power is off and the sauna heater is not on. In the 0–4 hours zone, heating elements will turn on and the sauna heater is warm for the selected period of time. In the 1–8 hours zone, you can preset the time after which the sauna heater will turn on. For example, by turning the knob at 6, the sauna heater will turn on after six hours and stay warm for four hours unless the timer is turned to 0 position earlier. Pleasant, smooth sauna bath temperature is about 70 °C. Rearrange the sauna stones at least once a year and replace any weathered stones. This enhances air circulation between the stones, which extends the useful life of the thermal resistors. If you encounter any problems, please contact the manufacturer's warranty service shop. A list of warranty service shops is included in the delivery. For additional information about enjoying a sauna bath, please visit our website at www.helo.fi Product Manual LUMI 2 5 Information for users Persons with reduced physical and mental capacity, sensory handicap, or little experience and knowledge about how the device is operated (e.g. children), should only operate the device while supervised or according to instructions given by the persons in charge of their safety. Make sure that children aren't playing with the sauna heater. 2.1 Sauna room The walls and ceiling of a sauna room should be thermally well insulated. All surfaces that store heat, such as tiled and plastered surfaces must be insulated. It is recommended to use wooden panel cladding inside the sauna room. If there are heat storing elements in the sauna room, such as decorative stone, glass etc., note that these elements may extend the preheating period even though the sauna room is otherwise well insulated (see page 9, section 3, Preparing for sauna heater installation). 2.2 Recommended sauna room ventilation Please refer to the ventilation instructions on page 10. 2.3 Heating the sauna Before turning the sauna heater on, make sure the sauna room is suitable for taking a sauna bath. When heated for the first time, the sauna heater may emit some odour. If you detect any odour while the sauna heater warms up, disconnect the sauna heater briefly, and air the room. Then turn the sauna heater back on. The sauna heater is turned on by twisting the timer knob, and the temperature is adjusted from the thermostat knob. You should turn the sauna heater on roughly an hour before you plan to take a sauna bath, so that the stones have time to heat up properly and the air warms up evenly in the sauna room. Do not put any objects on the sauna heater. Do not dry clothes on the sauna heater or anywhere in its vicinity. Product Manual LUMI 2.4 6 Sauna heater stones Quality stones meet the following requirements: 1. Sauna stones should withstand heat and heat variation caused by vaporisation of the water thrown on the stones. 2. Stones should be rinsed before use in order to avoid odour and dust. 3. Sauna stones should have an uneven surface to supply a larger surface for the water to evaporate from. 4. Sauna stones should be large enough, measuring about 50–80 mm to allow good ventilation between the stones. This extends the useful life of the heating elements. Sauna stones should be piled sparsely in order to enhance ventilation between the stones. Do not bend the heating elements together or against the frame. Rearrange the stones regularly (at least once a year) and replace small and broken stones with new, larger stones. Stones are piled so that they cover the heating elements. Do not, however, pile a large heap of stones on the heating elements. Please refer to the table on page 14 Table 1 for an adequate amount of stones. Any small stones in the package of stones mustn't be piled on the sauna heater. The warranty does not cover defects resulting from poor ventilation caused by small and tightly packed stones. Structural clay tiles are not allowed. They may cause damage to the sauna heater that will not be covered by the warranty. 7 Product Manual LUMI 2.5 Sauna heater controls 2.5.1 Timer switch The sauna heater is controlled by operating a 12-hour timer with three operating zones. The timer is set by twisting the knob clockwise until the desired operating zone is reached. When operating, the timer gradually travels counter-clockwise towards the zero position. 1. 0 position. The sauna heater is not on. 2. Operating zone 1–4 hours. Set on this zone, the sauna heater heats up at full power while the sauna thermostat controls the temperature. 3. Preset zone 1–8 hours. Set on this zone, the sauna heater can be preset to turn on after a certain period of time. The heating elements will not heat up when the timer is within this zone. Before turning the sauna heater on, make sure the sauna room is suitable for taking a sauna bath. The timer operates better if it is first turned further than the desired time and then turned back to the desired time. If the switch has not travelled back to 0 position after finishing bathing, turn it to 0 manually. 0 1 2 8 3 7 4 6 5 1 4 h 3 2 2.5.2 Thermostat The thermostat knob is next to the timer knob. The further right (clockwise) the timer is switched, the higher the temperature will rise in the sauna room. The best way to find the ideal temperature is to first turn the thermostat fully on the right and let the temperature rise to the desired temperature. Subsequently, turn the thermostat knob slowly counter-clockwise until you hear a gentle clicking sound. If you want to readjust the temperature, turn the thermostat gradually until the temperature is ideal. The thermostat will not operate correctly if the stones are piled too densely or they are too small. Please refer to section ”Sauna heater stones” on page 6. The thermostat has an integrated temperature limiter with a reset switch next to the thermostat knob. PALAUTUS RETUR RESETTING + Product Manual LUMI 2.6 8 Electric heating toggle Electric heating toggle applies to homes with an electric heating system. The sauna heater thermostat also controls the heating toggle. In other words, home heating turns on once the sauna thermostat cuts power off the sauna heater. 2.7 If the sauna heater will not heat up If the sauna heater will not heat up, please check that: 1. The power is on; 2. The timer is on the heating zone (operating zone); 3. The thermostat is switched to a temperature that is higher than the current temperature of the sauna room; 4. The front fuses of the sauna heater are intact; 5. The timer is not stuck. Make sure the knob doesn't chafe against the base; there should be min 1mm gap between the knob and the base. If the sauna heater has been exposed to freezing conditions, the temperature limiter may have gone off. The limiter is reset by pressing the reset switch. Note that the limiter does not work until the temperature has risen to approx. -5°C. If the sauna heater still fails to work, please contact an authorised service for repair. Product Manual LUMI 3 9 Instructions for the installer THE PERSON INSTALLING THE SAUNA HEATER SHOULD LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO THE PREMISES FOR THE FUTURE USER. 3.1 Preparing for sauna heater installation Check the following before installing the sauna heater: 3 1. The ratio of the heater's input (kW) and the sauna room's volume (m ). Volume/input recommendations are presented in Table 1 on page 14. The minimum and maximum volumes must not be exceeded. 2. The sauna room ceiling must be min 1900 mm high. 3. Uninsulated and masonry stone walls extend the preheating time. Each square metre of plastered ceiling or wall surface adds 1.5 – 2 m3 to the sauna room's volume. 4. Check page 14 Table 1 section for a suitable fuse size (A) and the correct diameter of the power supply cable (mm²) for the sauna heater in question. 5. Conform to the specified safety clearance around the sauna heater. Please refer to Image 4 Sauna heater safety clearances. There should be enough room around the sauna heater for maintenance purposes, a doorway etc. 3.2 Installation Follow the safety clearance specifications on page 14 Image 4 when installing the sauna heater. Thin panel is not a suitable mounting base. The mounting base must be reinforced with timber behind the panel. The minimum clearances specified on page 14 must be followed also in case the sauna room wall materials are incombustible. Walls or ceilings must not be clad with fibre-reinforced plaster board or other light-weight cladding, because they may cause a fire hazard. A single sauna heater is allowed per a sauna room. 10 Product Manual LUMI 3.3 Recommended sauna room ventilation Image 1 Sauna room ventilation 5 C C A C C AA 5 7 4 2 6 1 1000 mm min 500 mm 1 B 3 B 3 1 4 1. Sauna room 3. Electric sauna heater 5. Exhaust flue or channel 2. Washroom 4. Exhaust valve 6. Door to the sauna room 7. A ventilation valve can be installed here to be kept closed while the sauna is heated and during bathing. Inlet vent can be positioned in the A zone. Make sure the incoming fresh air will not interfere with (i.e. cool down) the sauna heater's thermostat near the ceiling. The B zone serves as the incoming air zone, if the sauna room isn't fitted with forced ventilation. In this case, the exhaust valve is installed min 1m higher than the inlet valve. DO NOT ISTALL INLET VALVE WITHIN ZONE C, IF THE SAUNA HEATER'S CONTROL THERMOSTAT IS LOCATED AT THE SAME ZONE. 11 Product Manual LUMI 3.4 Installation of heater in sauna room 3.4.1 Installation with back panel 1. Mount the panel to the wall. Check the safety clearance. 2. Place the supporting brackets onto the panel and fix the brackets to the wall with the provided screws. 3. Fix the mounting screws to the bar at the bottom of the sauna heater. Do not tighten the screws all the way. 4. Place the sauna heater on the supporting brackets so that the mounting screws emerge through the holes in the brackets. 5. Push the sauna heater backwards until stable. 6. Place both locking wedges onto the slots in the brackets. 7. Fix the locking wedges with the provided screws to the bar at the bottom of the heater. Image 2 Mounting the sauna heater (with back panel) 12 Product Manual LUMI 3.4.2 Installation without back panel Step 1: Mount the supporting brackets to the wall with the provided screws. Check the safety clearance. Step 2: 1 Bend the locking tabs (1) on the heaters bottom plate downwards on the side which will become the front side of the heater. Fix the mounting screws (2) to the mounting supports. Do not tighten the screws all the way down. 2 Step 3: Place the heater slightly backwards tilted onto the supporting brackets so that the mounting screws emerge through the holes in the brackets. Push the heater backwards until the locking tabs are at the slots in the brackets. Straighten the heater so that the locking tabs emerge through the slots. Step 4: Tighten the mounting screws all the way down. Bend the locking tabs with pliers a quarter of a turn. Do not over twist as this might damage the locking tabs. 1/4 Image 3 Mounting the sauna heater (without back panel) Product Manual LUMI 3.5 13 Mains connection The sauna heater must be connected to the mains by a qualified electrician and in compliance with current regulations. Sauna heater is connected with a semi-permanent connection. Use A07BB-F or H07RN-F (60245 IEC 66) cables or a corresponding type. Other output cables (signal lamp, electric heating toggle) must also adhere to these recommendations. Do not use PVC insulated cable as a connection cable for the sauna heater. A multipolar (e.g. 7-pole) cable is allowed, if the voltage is the same. In the absence of a separate control current fuse, the diameter of all cables must be the same, i.e. in accordance with the front fuse. For example, in an 8 kW sauna heater the diameter of separate cables to the signal lamp and the mains control unit has to be at least 2.5 mm². The connecting box on the sauna wall should be located within the minimum safety clearance specified for the sauna heater. The maximum height for the connection box is 500 mm from the floor (Image 5 Location for the connection box, page 15). If the connection box is located at 500 mm distance from the heater, the maximum height is 1000 mm from the floor. Adhere to the effective electrical safety regulation when installing the sauna heater. 3.6 Electric heating toggle Electric heating toggle applies to homes with an electric heating system. Sauna heater has connections (marked 9-10) for controlling the electric heating toggle. Connectors 9-10 and the heating elements are simultaneously live (230V). The sauna heater thermostat also controls the heating toggle. In other words, home heating turns on once the sauna thermostat cuts power off the sauna heater. 14 Product Manual LUMI 3.7 Sauna heater safety clearances Table 1 Safety clearances with back panel F mm 1200 1250 1250 K mm 120 120 120 B mm 200 230 250 Power supply cable H07RN-F / 60245 IEC 66 Stone floor D mm 80 100 150 ceiling A mm 50 80 100 Min. distance to support brackets without back panel m3 3 5 8 H 3 m mm 6 1900 10 1900 13 1900 Min. distance to min. height sidewall in front of the heater max. volume kW 4,5 6,8 9,0 min. volume Effect Sauna room C mm 115 145 165 J mm 100 100 100 400V-415V 3N~ ca.kg 20 20 20 3xA 10 10 16 mm2 5x1,5 5x1,5 5x2,5 With back panel min. mm Effect Power supply cable H07RN-F / 60245 IEC 66 230V - 240V 1N~/2~ 230V 3~ kW 4,5 6,8 9,0 A 1x20 / 2x20 1x35 / 2x35 --- A 3x16 3x20 3x25 Back panel min. mm D F min. mm 302 min 30 H min 20 A 500 min 30 J Without back panel A min. mm min 20 284 J K Image 4 Sauna heater safety clearances B 143 145 mm2 4x2,5 4x4 4x6 143 145 mm2 3x4 3x10 -- 100 100 C 15 Product Manual LUMI Locating the connection box for connection cable in the sauna room A A 200 mm 500 mm HEATER 3. 1. 500 mm 3.8 2. Image 5 Location for the connection box A = Specified minimum safety clearance 1. Recommended location for the connection box 2. Silumin box recommended in this area. 3. This area should be avoided. Always use a silumin box. In other areas, use a heat-resisting box (T 125 °C) and heat-resisting cables (T 170 °C). The connection box must be clear of obstacles. When installing the connection box to zones 2 or 3, refer to the instructions and regulations of the local energy supplier. 16 Product Manual LUMI 3.9 Wiring diagram Lämpövastukset, Värmeelement, Tennid Heating element, Heizelement 230V Resistores Termicos Teho, Vöimsus Effekt, Input, Leistung, Potencia SEPC 197 3000W SEPC 195 SEPC 196 1500W 2267W kW 4,5 6,8 9,0 1,2,3 1,2,3 1,2,3 3 2 1 OYKS 3 M a1 K1 a b0 b a1 a b0 a1 b a b b0 OLHC 1 U1 V2 W3 1R 2S 3T 4 ,5 - 9 ,0 k W 2 3 0 V 3 ~ 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 1 2 3 L1 / N 4 5 6 L2 5 6 L2 L3 L1 4 ,5 - 6 ,8 k W 2 3 0 - 2 4 0 V 1 N ~ / 2 ~ 4 4 ,5 - 9 ,0 k W 4 0 0 - 4 1 5 V 3 N ~ 1 2 3 N 4 L1 5 6 L2 L3 354 SKSG 3 B Image 6 Switch diagram for the sauna heater, 400V3N~ 17 Product Manual LUMI 4 Part 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 8 9 10 11 Spare parts for the LUMI electric sauna heater Product number 4071002 5509028 5408013 7712000 7812550 7309531 7309532 5207541 5207542 5207543 7811794 7513002 5320517 Product title Basic grate Clock OYKO 3 Thermostat OLHC 1 Cable clamp Mains connector NLWD 1-1 Knob YWWA 6-1 Knob YWWA 6-2 Heating element SEPC 195 Heating element SEPC 196 Heating element SEPC 197 Sealing ring Phillips screw M5x10 Contactor OKTA 5-1 Lumi 45 ST 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 3 1 Lumi 70 ST 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 3 1 Lumi 90 ST 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 3 1 1 8 10 9 7 6 5 11 4 2 3 18 Product Manual LUMI 5 ROHS Ympäristönsuojeluun liittyviä ohjeita Anvisningar för miljöskydd Tämän tuotteen käyttöiän päätyttyä sitä ei saa hävittää normaalin talousjätteen mukana, vaan se on toimitettava sähkö- ja elektroniikkalaitteiden kierrätykseen tarkoitettuun keräyspisteeseen. Denna produkt får inte kastas med vanliga hushållssopor när den inte längre används. Istället ska den levereras till en återvinningsplats för elektriska och elektroniska apparater. Symboli tuotteessa, käyttöohjeessa tai pakkauksessa tarkoittaa sitä. Symbolen på produkten, handboken eller förpackningen refererar till detta. Valmistusaineet ovat kierrätettävissä merkintänsä mukaan. Käytettyjen laitteiden uudelleenkäytöllä, materiaalien hydöyntämisellä tai muulla uudelleenkäytöllä teet arvokkaan teon ympäristömme hyväksi. Tuote palautetaan ilman kiuaskiviä ja verhouskiviä kierrätyskeskukseen. De olika materialen kan återvinnas enligt märkningen på dem. Genom att återanvända, nyttja materialen eller på annat sätt återanvända utsliten utrustning, bidrar du till att skydda vår miljö. Produkten returneras till återvinningscentralen utan bastusten och eventuell täljstensmantel. Tietoa kierrätyspaikoista saat kuntasi palvelupisteestä. Vänligen kontakta de kommunala myndigheterna för att ta reda på var du hittar närmaste återvinningsplats. Instructions for environmental protection Hinweise zum Umweltschutz This product must not be disposed with normal household waste at the end of its life cycle. Instead, it should be delivered to a collecting place for the recycling of electrical and electronic devices. Dieses Produkt darf am Ende seiner LebensDauer nicht über den normalen Haushaltsabfall Entsorgt werden, sondern muss an einem Sammelpunkt für das Recycling von elektrischen und elektronischen Geräten abgegeben werden. The symbol on the product, the instruction manual or the package refers to this. Das Symbol auf dem produkt, der Gebrauchsanleitung oder der Verpackung weist darauf hin. The materials can be recycled according to the markings on them. By reusing, utilising the materials or by otherwise reusing old equipment, you make an important contribution for the protection of our environment. Please note that the product is returned to the recycling centre without any sauna rocks and soapstone cover. Please contact the municipal administration with enquiries concerning the recycling place. Die Werkstoffe sind gemäß ihrer Kennzeichnung wiederverwertbar, Mit der Wiederverwendung, der stofflichen Verwertung oder anderen Formen der Verwertung von Altgeräten leisten Sie einen wichtigen Beitrag zum Schutze unserer Umwelt. Dieses Produkt soll ohne Steine und Specksteinmantel an dem Sammelpunkt für Recycling zurückgebracht werden. Bitte erfragen Sie bei der Gemeindeverwaltung die zuständige Entsorgungsstelle.
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