Myson Kickspace Room Thermostat

Myson Kickspace Room Thermostat
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REMOTE ROOM
THERMOSTAT CONTROL.
SWITCH INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
JANUARY 2014, ISSUE 2
Product Serial Number:
Please leave this manual with the end user.
Part Number: 1370062
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KICKSPACE ® 500, 600 & 800 Remote Room Ther mostat Control Switch Instructions
1.0 General Information
l Please read these instructions thoroughly before proceeding
with the installation.
l This remote control thermostat is suitable for operating one
KICKSPACE® fan convector only.
l This pack contains a 5 metre length of cord specially
terminated and colour coded for the application. No other
cord can be used to connect the remote control switch to the
fan convector.
l This kit must be installed by a qualified electrician.
l This accessory pack is designed to convert a KICKSPACE® fan
convector from integral switch controls providing off, high
and low fan speed selection and summer / winter option, to
a remote wall mounted control of the same function with the
addition of a room thermostat.
Important: Isolate the electricity supply to the
KICKSPACE ® fan convector. Do not reinstate the
supply until the installation has been completed in
accordance with these instructions.
2.0 Controls Switch
1. Locate a convenient wall space above the KICKSPACE ® fan
convector that will permit connection via the 5 metre cord
supplied. The control should be mounted approximately 1.5
metres above floor level away from sources of moisture and
heat. It must be situated away from draughts and not in
areas affected by heat from radiators, ovens, windows etc.
as shown in fig 1.
it shall be protected by suitable conduit. Run the cord via the
prepared route to the KICKSPACE® fan convector.
6. Replace front cover, fix with side screw and replace the
control knob with soft manual pressure.
2. Remove the control knob, undo the side screw and take off
the front cover.
3. The thermostat can be fixed either to a standard electrical
back box or directly onto the wall.
4. Feed the electrical cables through one of the 2 rectangular
holes in the back of the thermostat and using the end without
crimp terminals, connect the 5 metre cord to the remote
switch as per the wiring diagram below. Use the linkwires
supplied with this kit to connect terminals 4 & 5 and 6 & 7 as
per the wiring diagram, see fig 4.
5. The cord must be installed in accordance with current codes
of practice. It should preferably be recessed, but if exposed,
Fig. 1 Control Positioning
3.0 KICKSPACE ® Unit
2. Locate the fan speed switch on the front of the control panel.
Disconnect the red and yellow wires from the switch and also
at the fan. Discard these wires.
3. Disconnect the brown wire from the back of the fan speed
switch.
4. Cut the blue wire from the fan motor close to the summer /
winter switch. Cut the incoming mains neutral wire close to
the summer winter switch. Connect the mains neutral wire to
the fan neutral using the 1 way terminal block supplied with
this kit. Discard the remaining blue wires attached to the low
limit thermostat and the summer/winter switch.
5. A cable clamp bush is supplied with the remote control kit.
Route the cable through the hole in the side panel, and make
the following connections:
Yellow lead: Connect to the low fan speed connector, see fig 2.
Red lead: Connect to the high fan speed connector, see fig 2.
Brown lead: Connect to the brown wire disconnected
from the fan speed switch.
Green / Yellow: Connect to the chassis earth tag.
Blue lead: Connect to low limit thermostat.
Low Terminal (Yellow)
High Terminal
(Red)
Common
Terminal
(Blue)
Fig. 2 Motor Connections
Fit the cable clamp bush onto the cable ensuring that internal
wiring is not too tight, and that it does not contact the
copper heat exchanger pipe-work.
6. Refit the electrical compartment cover onto the unit.
7. Reinstate the electrical supply to the KICKSPACE ® fan
convector.
REMOTE ROOM THERMOSTAT CONTROL SWITCH INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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1. Remove the fixing screw and lift the tabs holding the
electrical connections cover in place.
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KICKSPACE ® 500, 600 & 800 Remote Room Ther mostat Control Switch Instructions
4.0 Technical Data
Temperature Regulation:
+5°C to +30°C
MOTOR
y
bl
Temperature Gradient:
r
1K / 15 minutes
br
bl
g/y
L
N
Contact Power:
Fan selector
Switch
6(2)A / 250V
Temperature Differential:
0.6°C at 20°C
Summer / Winter
Switch
Chassis
Earth
bl
Electrical Protection:
Class II, IP30
bl
LOW LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
Fig. 3 Standard Unit Wiring Diagram
REMOTE CONTROL
MOTOR
4
3
bl
y
bl
L
N
5
8
7
6
1
2
r
bl
bl
y
r
r
g/y
br
br
br
bl
g/y
Chassis
Earth
bl
bl
LOW LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
Fig. 4 Remote Control Unit Wiring Diagram
Operation
Limiting the Temperature Range
Fan Speed Selector
1. Set
the
control to
position.
On/Off Switch
temperature
the desired
2. Pull off the temperature
control knob.
Summer/
Winter
Switch
KICKSPACE®
3. Position the stops housed
in the central part of the
inside of the knob in the
holes that correspond to
the chosen maximum and
minimum
temperatures.
See fig 6.
Room
Thermostat
Control
Fig. 5 Front View of Control
Note: Installation of this kit renders the switches on the
KICKSPACE® fan convector inoperative.
Note: G2 & G3 both give boost for speed.
Winter Mode
Summer Mode (turn temperature control down to turn on fan).
4. Replace the control knob.
Fig. 6 Rear of Control Knob
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5.0 Operating Instructions
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MYSON Eastern Avenue, Team Valley, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE11 0PG, UK
T: 0845 402 3434, F: 0191 491 7568, sales@myson.co.uk, www.myson.co.uk
After Sales Service:
MYSON Service, Somerden Road, Hull, East Yorkshire HU9 5PE
T: 01482 713927, F: 01482 789056, service.convectors@myson.co.uk
Spare parts and technical help on all Convector products are available from MYSON Service.
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