FST11 SupplyMaster 24 Hour Fused Spur Time switch

FST11 SupplyMaster 24 Hour Fused Spur Time switch
FST11 SupplyMaster 24 Hour Fused Spur Time switch
Farnell SKU – 987-037
24 hour fused spur time switch for controlling combination boilers, storage
heaters, convector heaters, water heaters, washing machines and dishwashers.
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13A (3kW) loading.
Up to 4 ON/OFF programmes per day.
Switched and switched/timed outputs.
Simple two button programming.
Manual override until next programme change.
Integral double pole switch and BS1362 fuse.
Shortest switching time 1 minute.
1000 hours rechargeable memory back up.
Voltage free contacts.
Fits on to a single gang wall box minimum 25mm deep.
Part No. FST11
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BS1362 (1in x 1/4in)
fuse replaceable
from front
Override button
(also used in
conjunction with the
program button to
set the clock and
ON/OFF times)
Indicator showing
when timed output
is on
CHANGE
ON
PROGRAM
1234567
OUTPUT
Figure 2
Double pole
switch 150A inrush
to IEC 65 13(6) A
rating BEAB
approved
Figure 1
DAY
Tamper proof
button used to
programme clock
and times/days for
ON periods
1
2
2
1
1
2
6
1
2
3
Installation
220-240v
~
T40
Connector for
maintaining earth
continuity can be
positioned here if
necessary
5
4
Terminal 1
24 hour clock
display
Applications
Combination Boilers
Contents
1
USE CONNECTOR
FOR EARTH
CONTINUITY
SupplyMaster FST11 (24 hour) or FST17 (7 day)
3.5mm screws 50mm long
3.5mm screws 65mm long
Flying lead adaptor plate
Earth continuity connector
No. 4 self-tapping screws 12mm long
General
The FST11 (24 hour) or FST17 (7 day) is a unit which mounts on a BS4662
plaster depth single box or alternatively on a BS5733 surface mount single box.
It can be modified, if required, to have a flying lead output in which case the
adaptor plate is fitted between the SupplyMaster unit and the plaster depth
box using the longer screws supplied.
The unit combines the facilities of a double pole switched and fused
connection unit capable of being wired directly into a ring main and a
timeswitch. A normal switched output is available as well as the timeswitch
output. The front and back of the unit is shown in figs 1 and 2
and the internal circuit in fig 3.
2
The SupplyMaster has six terminals primarily to provide a combined connection unit
and timeswitch for combination boilers. It provides a timed output for heating control
and a continuous output supplying the boiler system itself. In this instance terminals 2
and 3 can be used for connecting to a room thermostat or can be linked together. If the
boiler works with extra low voltage controls then terminals 1 and 2 offer true voltage
free contacts.
Storage Heaters
In this instance the timed output can be used for charging and the continuous
output can be used in conjunction with a room temperature control to supply the
fan. A link is required between terminals 2 and 3.
Lighting
3
The unit is designed to replace an existing single gang connection unit or fixed
appliance outlet giving both switched mains and switched and timed mains outputs
both protected by a BS1362 fuse. The unit is capable of forming part of a ring main (the
terminals can accept 2 x 2.5mm2 cables) or terminating a spur off a ring main. The unit
requires a minimum of 25mm depth within the box to enable it to be fitted.
Ensure that the wiring is adequate for the load to be carried. Cut the cable tails to length
and strip sleeving and insulation as required, tighten the screw terminals on the cables
and form the cables. Offer the unit up to the mounting box forming the cables as
required finally tightening up the shorter (50mm) 3.5mm screws.
If you require a flying lead for controlling a washing machine or two for controlling a
combination boiler then use the flying lead adaptor plate between the mounting base
and the FST11/17. Two cable clamps and one blanking piece (if only one cable is
required) are provided on the plastic sprue within the adaptor plate.
Break off the required parts and discard
Adaptor Plate
the remainder of the sprue.
SupplyMaster
Wire the flexible cable(s) to the
Screws
appropriate terminals (ensuring
that they are adequately rated). Hang
the adaptor over the fixed cable
tails and connect these to the
appropriate screw terminals. Then
offer the FST11/17 and adaptor
Plaster
plate up to the box and screw
Depth
home the longer (65mm) of the
Cable Box
3.5mm screws. Finally screw home
Clamp
the cable clamp(s) with the self-tapping
screws provided giving strain relief to the flexible cable(s). Flying Leads
If only one cable is used ensure that the unit is made safe (secured by
cable clamps)
by securing the blanking piece over the second outlet.
The SupplyMaster can replace a normal light switch, provided a neutral is
made available and lighting of up to 2.5kw filament or 500w fluorescent
can be controlled.
Fuse
Other Appliances
Figure 3
Energy consuming appliances such as immersion heaters and washing machines,
dishwashers and tumble driers up to 13A total loading can be supplied by the FST11/17
enabling the users to make use of Economy Seven electricity without the use of a plug
and socket arrangement and its associated risk of overheating damage at 13A. In this
instance a link is required between terminals 3 and 2.
Use the appropriate BS1362 fuse for the load to protect the cabling to the load and the
FST11/17 itself. A 13A fuse is supplied with the unit.
6
3
2
1
(L in)
(N in)
5
4
FST 11 Programming Instructions
Change Button
sets Hours and
Minute times and
self cancelling
override
Easy view 24
hour digital
clock/timer
display
F
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CHANGE
ON
1
OUTPUT
2
3
PROGRAM
Setting clock
: . . . . ➔ Programme 3 ON
:
Programme 1 ON
Programme 3 OFF
:
Programme 1 OFF
Programme 4 ON
:
Programme 2 ON
Programme 4 OFF
:
Programme 2 OFF . . . . . . :
Operation Mode
PROGRAM
i
Programming
Normal Operating Mode
In normal operation the SupplyMaster will display the
correct time with the colon flashing. The output
status will be shown by either ON or OFF on the display.
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
ii Minute Setting - Press the <Program> button once to
select the minutes - display shows clock symbol
and minute digits flashing. Press the <Change>
button to advance the minutes setting. Note: For rapid
minute selection press and hold down <Change>
button. (Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hrs set)
3. To Set Programme ON/OFF Times
(after clock setting)
You are now in the clock setting mode
at the beginning of the programme sequence
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
ON
1
2
3
4
Press <Change> button to advance the hour setting.
ii Press <Program> button once to select minute time display shows minute digits and ON flashing. Press
<Change> button to advance minute setting.
(Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hours set).
2
3
4
4. Programme Review
To fast review the set programmes or for quick exit to normal operating mode
- press and hold the <Program> button.
Programme 1 ON time
i
1
IMPORTANT After setting a clock time which falls within a programmed
ON period, the unit will not switch ON. Use the override facility to switch
unit ON. After this the unit will operate normally to the programmes set.
iii Press <Program> button once - clock is now set and
display shows ready for the first ON programme time
with ON and Programme 1 flashing.
1 To Reset Display
To clear programmes from memory and reset the time controller press and hold
down both setting buttons until the display goes blank.
Release buttons and display will fill with its complete
range of characters and then clear to show clock and
hour symbol flashing.
Hour Setting - Press the <Change> button to advance
the hour setting.Note: For rapid hour selections press
and hold down <Change> button.
OFF
v Repeat steps i to iv to set the remainder of the 3 ON/OFF times as required.
Note: Any unused ON/OFF programme should be skipped until the display
shows normal operating mode. Do not programme ‘0’s into unused
programmes.
2 Setting Clock (after reset)
This product has a factory fitted rechargeable battery. If the time controller is left with
its mains power switched off for more than 1 month the display may go blank. In this
case switch mains on, wait 30 minutes, and apply reset - see 1 before programming.
Only two setting buttons are provided <Change> and <Program>. The <Program>
button is recessed to prevent inadvertent program change and requires a pen or
other similar impliment to operate it.During the programme mode the <Change>
button is used to set the hour and minute times. Holding this button down
achieves rapid selection of the hr and minute times. It is also used for changing the
output status during normal operation. The <Program> button is used to select the
clock time and 4 ON/OFF programmes and to review them once set. Holding this
button down achieves rapid selection of the next programmes or can be used as a
quick exit from programme mode or programme review.
iv Now set the hrs and minutes as before.
Note: Button pauses greater than 1 minute during programming will result in
automatic return to the operating mode.
Output Status
showing unit
either ON or OFF
4
Battery
4
iii Press <Program> button once - the first ON time is
now set and display shows ready for the first OFF
programme time.
Programming sequence
Programme Button
used to select the
clock time and the 4
ON/OFF
programme times
and to review them
once set
6
5. Initiating Programme Mode
This can be initiated any time during the normal operating mode. Press
<Program> button and the Clock symbol, hrs and minutes symbols on the
display will flash - this is review mode. If any change to programmes is
required press <Change> button to initiate programme mode and then follow
steps 2 and 3.
6. Cancelling Programmes
Any ON/OFF programme can be cancelled by clearing its ON and OFF time.
Follow step 5 and when into the ON and OFF programme to be cancelled press
the <Change> button until the hour digits show --:
ON
then press the <Program> button to clear set
programme. The display will show the hour
and minute digits ON or OFF flashing.
1 2 3 4
Self Cancelling Override
ON
1
2
3
4
To change the output status from ON to OFF or vice versa during normal
operation press the <Change> button. The output status will change and indicate
override is in operation by flashing.
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BS1362 (1in x 1/4in)
fuse replaceable
from front
Override button
(also used in
conjunction with the
program button to
set the clock and
ON/OFF times)
Indicator showing
when timed output
is on
CHANGE
ON
PROGRAM
1234567
OUTPUT
Figure 2
Double pole
switch 150A inrush
to IEC 65 13(6) A
rating BEAB
approved
Figure 1
DAY
Tamper proof
button used to
programme clock
and times/days for
ON periods
1
2
2
1
1
2
6
1
2
3
Installation
220-240v
~
T40
Connector for
maintaining earth
continuity can be
positioned here if
necessary
5
4
Terminal 1
24 hour clock
display
Applications
Combination Boilers
Contents
1
USE CONNECTOR
FOR EARTH
CONTINUITY
SupplyMaster FST11 (24 hour) or FST17 (7 day)
3.5mm screws 50mm long
3.5mm screws 65mm long
Flying lead adaptor plate
Earth continuity connector
No. 4 self-tapping screws 12mm long
General
The FST11 (24 hour) or FST17 (7 day) is a unit which mounts on a BS4662
plaster depth single box or alternatively on a BS5733 surface mount single box.
It can be modified, if required, to have a flying lead output in which case the
adaptor plate is fitted between the SupplyMaster unit and the plaster depth
box using the longer screws supplied.
The unit combines the facilities of a double pole switched and fused
connection unit capable of being wired directly into a ring main and a
timeswitch. A normal switched output is available as well as the timeswitch
output. The front and back of the unit is shown in figs 1 and 2
and the internal circuit in fig 3.
2
The SupplyMaster has six terminals primarily to provide a combined connection unit
and timeswitch for combination boilers. It provides a timed output for heating control
and a continuous output supplying the boiler system itself. In this instance terminals 2
and 3 can be used for connecting to a room thermostat or can be linked together. If the
boiler works with extra low voltage controls then terminals 1 and 2 offer true voltage
free contacts.
Storage Heaters
In this instance the timed output can be used for charging and the continuous
output can be used in conjunction with a room temperature control to supply the
fan. A link is required between terminals 2 and 3.
Lighting
3
The unit is designed to replace an existing single gang connection unit or fixed
appliance outlet giving both switched mains and switched and timed mains outputs
both protected by a BS1362 fuse. The unit is capable of forming part of a ring main (the
terminals can accept 2 x 2.5mm2 cables) or terminating a spur off a ring main. The unit
requires a minimum of 25mm depth within the box to enable it to be fitted.
Ensure that the wiring is adequate for the load to be carried. Cut the cable tails to length
and strip sleeving and insulation as required, tighten the screw terminals on the cables
and form the cables. Offer the unit up to the mounting box forming the cables as
required finally tightening up the shorter (50mm) 3.5mm screws.
If you require a flying lead for controlling a washing machine or two for controlling a
combination boiler then use the flying lead adaptor plate between the mounting base
and the FST11/17. Two cable clamps and one blanking piece (if only one cable is
required) are provided on the plastic sprue within the adaptor plate.
Break off the required parts and discard
Adaptor Plate
the remainder of the sprue.
SupplyMaster
Wire the flexible cable(s) to the
Screws
appropriate terminals (ensuring
that they are adequately rated). Hang
the adaptor over the fixed cable
tails and connect these to the
appropriate screw terminals. Then
offer the FST11/17 and adaptor
Plaster
plate up to the box and screw
Depth
home the longer (65mm) of the
Cable Box
3.5mm screws. Finally screw home
Clamp
the cable clamp(s) with the self-tapping
screws provided giving strain relief to the flexible cable(s). Flying Leads
If only one cable is used ensure that the unit is made safe (secured by
cable clamps)
by securing the blanking piece over the second outlet.
The SupplyMaster can replace a normal light switch, provided a neutral is
made available and lighting of up to 2.5kw filament or 500w fluorescent
can be controlled.
Fuse
Other Appliances
Figure 3
Energy consuming appliances such as immersion heaters and washing machines,
dishwashers and tumble driers up to 13A total loading can be supplied by the FST11/17
enabling the users to make use of Economy Seven electricity without the use of a plug
and socket arrangement and its associated risk of overheating damage at 13A. In this
instance a link is required between terminals 3 and 2.
Use the appropriate BS1362 fuse for the load to protect the cabling to the load and the
FST11/17 itself. A 13A fuse is supplied with the unit.
6
3
2
1
(L in)
(N in)
5
4
FST 11 Programming Instructions
Change Button
sets Hours and
Minute times and
self cancelling
override
Easy view 24
hour digital
clock/timer
display
F
U
S
E
CHANGE
ON
1
OUTPUT
2
3
PROGRAM
Setting clock
: . . . . ➔ Programme 3 ON
:
Programme 1 ON
Programme 3 OFF
:
Programme 1 OFF
Programme 4 ON
:
Programme 2 ON
Programme 4 OFF
:
Programme 2 OFF . . . . . . :
Operation Mode
PROGRAM
i
Programming
Normal Operating Mode
In normal operation the SupplyMaster will display the
correct time with the colon flashing. The output
status will be shown by either ON or OFF on the display.
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
ii Minute Setting - Press the <Program> button once to
select the minutes - display shows clock symbol
and minute digits flashing. Press the <Change>
button to advance the minutes setting. Note: For rapid
minute selection press and hold down <Change>
button. (Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hrs set)
3. To Set Programme ON/OFF Times
(after clock setting)
You are now in the clock setting mode
at the beginning of the programme sequence
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
ON
1
2
3
4
Press <Change> button to advance the hour setting.
ii Press <Program> button once to select minute time display shows minute digits and ON flashing. Press
<Change> button to advance minute setting.
(Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hours set).
2
3
4
4. Programme Review
To fast review the set programmes or for quick exit to normal operating mode
- press and hold the <Program> button.
Programme 1 ON time
i
1
IMPORTANT After setting a clock time which falls within a programmed
ON period, the unit will not switch ON. Use the override facility to switch
unit ON. After this the unit will operate normally to the programmes set.
iii Press <Program> button once - clock is now set and
display shows ready for the first ON programme time
with ON and Programme 1 flashing.
1 To Reset Display
To clear programmes from memory and reset the time controller press and hold
down both setting buttons until the display goes blank.
Release buttons and display will fill with its complete
range of characters and then clear to show clock and
hour symbol flashing.
Hour Setting - Press the <Change> button to advance
the hour setting.Note: For rapid hour selections press
and hold down <Change> button.
OFF
v Repeat steps i to iv to set the remainder of the 3 ON/OFF times as required.
Note: Any unused ON/OFF programme should be skipped until the display
shows normal operating mode. Do not programme ‘0’s into unused
programmes.
2 Setting Clock (after reset)
This product has a factory fitted rechargeable battery. If the time controller is left with
its mains power switched off for more than 1 month the display may go blank. In this
case switch mains on, wait 30 minutes, and apply reset - see 1 before programming.
Only two setting buttons are provided <Change> and <Program>. The <Program>
button is recessed to prevent inadvertent program change and requires a pen or
other similar impliment to operate it.During the programme mode the <Change>
button is used to set the hour and minute times. Holding this button down
achieves rapid selection of the hr and minute times. It is also used for changing the
output status during normal operation. The <Program> button is used to select the
clock time and 4 ON/OFF programmes and to review them once set. Holding this
button down achieves rapid selection of the next programmes or can be used as a
quick exit from programme mode or programme review.
iv Now set the hrs and minutes as before.
Note: Button pauses greater than 1 minute during programming will result in
automatic return to the operating mode.
Output Status
showing unit
either ON or OFF
4
Battery
4
iii Press <Program> button once - the first ON time is
now set and display shows ready for the first OFF
programme time.
Programming sequence
Programme Button
used to select the
clock time and the 4
ON/OFF
programme times
and to review them
once set
6
5. Initiating Programme Mode
This can be initiated any time during the normal operating mode. Press
<Program> button and the Clock symbol, hrs and minutes symbols on the
display will flash - this is review mode. If any change to programmes is
required press <Change> button to initiate programme mode and then follow
steps 2 and 3.
6. Cancelling Programmes
Any ON/OFF programme can be cancelled by clearing its ON and OFF time.
Follow step 5 and when into the ON and OFF programme to be cancelled press
the <Change> button until the hour digits show --:
ON
then press the <Program> button to clear set
programme. The display will show the hour
and minute digits ON or OFF flashing.
1 2 3 4
Self Cancelling Override
ON
1
2
3
4
To change the output status from ON to OFF or vice versa during normal
operation press the <Change> button. The output status will change and indicate
override is in operation by flashing.
Change Button
sets Day(s), Hours
and Minute times
and self cancelling
override
HELPLINE
Easy view 24
hour digital
clock/timer
display
020-8450-0515
F
U
S
E
CHANGE
ON
PROGRAM
1234567
OUTPUT
DAY
Battery
Programming sequence
Output Status
showing unit
either ON or OFF
i
Programming
For a product brochure please contact:
Timeguard Ltd.
Victory Park, 400 Edgware Road,
London NW2 6ND
020-8452-1112
or email csc@timeguard.com
Designed and manufactured in the U.K. 67-058-05 (1)
Only two setting buttons are provided <Change> and <Program>. During the
programme mode the <Change> button is used to set days and the hour and
minute times. Holding this button down achieves rapid selection of the day and
the hour and minute times. During normal operation it is used for changing the
output status. The <Program> button is used to select the clock time and 6
ON/OFF programmes and to review them once set. Holding this button down
achieves rapid selection of the next programmes or can be used as a quick exit
from programme mode.
Normal Operating Mode
In normal operation the SupplyMaster will display the
correct day and its time with the colon flashing. The output
status will be shown by either ON or OFF on the display.
1 To Reset Display
OFF
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To clear programmes from memory and reset the time controller press and hold
down both setting buttons until the display goes blank.
Release buttons and display will fill with its complete
range of characters and then clear to show clock and
day 1 symbol flashing.
You are now in the clock setting mode
at the beginning of the programme sequence
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G G G G G G G
G
2 Setting Clock (after reset)
This product has a factory fitted rechargeable battery. If the time controller is left with
its mains power switched off for more than 1 month the display may go blank. In
this case switch mains on, wait 30 mins, and apply reset - see 1 before programming.
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G G
Note: Button pauses greater than 1 minute during programming will result in
automatic return to the operating mode.
Day indicator
1 = Monday
7 = Sunday
8
Day Setting - Press <Change> button to advance to the day required.
Day 1 = Monday and Day 7 = Sunday.
ii Hour Setting - Press the <Program>
button once to select the hour - display
shows clock symbol and the hrs
digit flashing.
Press the <Change> button to advance
the hour setting.Note: For rapid hour selections press
and hold down <Change> button.
iii Minute Setting - Press the <Program> button once to
select the minutes - display shows with clock symbol
and minute digits flashing. Press the <Change>
button to advance the minutes setting. Note: For rapid
minute selection press and hold down <Change>
button. (Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hrs set)
iv Press <Program> button once - clock is now set and
display shows ready for the first ON programme time.
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ON
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3. To Set Programme ON/OFF Times (after clock setting)
Programme 1 ON time
i
6. Cancelling Programmes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
G G G G G
Setting clock
: . . . . ➔ Programme 4 ON
:
Programme 1 ON
Programme 4 OFF
:
Programme 1 OFF
Programme 5 ON
:
Programme 2 ON
Programme 5 OFF
:
Programme 2 OFF
Programme 6 ON
:
:
Programme 3 ON
Programme 6 OFF
Programme 3 OFF . . . . . . :
Operation Mode
Press <Change> button to advance the day flag to the required day(s) settings
which are:
9
Any ON/OFF programme can be cancelled by clearing its ON and OFF time.
Follow step 5 and when into the ON and OFF programme to be cancelled press
the <Change> button until the hour digits show --:
ON
then press the <Program> button to clear set
programme. The hour and minute digits should
G
display with ON or OFF also flashing.
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(Note: Monday shown as an example of days set).
= 5 days (Weekdays) Mo Tu We Th Fr
= 2 days (Weekend) Sa Su
= 7 days (Everyday) Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
= Individual days Starting with Monday through to Sunday
ii Once day option selected press <Program>
button once to select hour time - display
ON
shows hour digits and ON flashing. Press
<Change> button to advance hour setting.
G
(Note: Monday shown as an example of days set).
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iii Press <Program> button once to select minute time ON
display shows minute digits and ON flashing. Press
<Change> button to advance minute setting.
G
(Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hours set).
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iv Press <Program> button once - the first ON time is
now set and display shows ready for the first OFF
programme time.
OFF
G
v Now set the hrs and minutes as before.
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The day(s) selected remains the same.
vi Repeat steps i to v to set the remainder of the 5 ON/OFF times as required. Note:
Any unused ON/OFF programme should be skipped until the display shows
normal operating mode. Do not programme ‘0’s into unused programmes.
IMPORTANT After setting a clock time which falls within a programmed
ON period, the unit will not switch ON. Use the override facility to switch
unit ON. After this the unit will operate normally to the programmes set.
4. Programme Review
To fast review the set programmes or for quick exit to normal operating mode
- press and hold the <Program> button.
5. Initiating Programme Mode
This can be initiated any time during the normal operating mode. Press
<Program> button and the Clock symbol, day flag, hrs and minutes symbols
on the display will flash - this is review mode. If any change to programmes is
required press <Change> button to initiate programme mode and then follow
steps 2 and 3.
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CHANGE
Self Cancelling Override
To change the output status from ON to OFF or vice versa during normal
operation press the <Change> button. The output status will change and indicate
override is in operation by flashing.
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Specifications
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1. Conforms to directives 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC
2. Complies with the applicable standards for EMC EN50081-1 for emission and
EN50082-1 for immunity.
3. Permissible Loads: 13A Resistive
6A At 0.4 power factor inductive
10A Filament lamps
500W Fluorescent lighting with or without power
factor correction capacitors (4µF per 65W tube).
1hp motor
For other loads refer to Technical Service on 020 8450 0515.
In applications such as use of Economy Seven electricity the full load will not
usually be switched. In the cases of a washing machine and a dish washer the
load switched on to will be water valves only and the load turned off will be
negligible providing an appropriate time interval has been left to enable the
machine to complete its programme.
4. Fuse protection BS1362 as dictated by load.
5. Switched output and switched timed output available to 13A resistive total
load capability. If in doubt refer to Technical Service on 020 8450 0515.
6. 1000 hrs battery back up in case of supply loss or FST11/17 fuse blow.
7. Operating ambient temperature: -10°C to 40°C
8. Operating voltage:
220 - 240V AC
ON
OUTPUT
CHANGE
ON
2
3
PROGRAM
4
PROGRAM
PROGRAM
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OUTPUT
DAY
SupplyMASTER
Models:
FST11 (24 hour)
FST17 (7 day)
I N S TA L L AT I O N & O P E R AT I N G
INSTRUCTIONS
Programme Button
used to select the
clock time and the 6
ON/OFF
programme times
and to review them
once set
FST 17 Programming Instructions
Change Button
sets Day(s), Hours
and Minute times
and self cancelling
override
HELPLINE
Easy view 24
hour digital
clock/timer
display
020-8450-0515
F
U
S
E
CHANGE
ON
PROGRAM
1234567
OUTPUT
DAY
Battery
Programming sequence
Output Status
showing unit
either ON or OFF
i
Programming
For a product brochure please contact:
Timeguard Ltd.
Victory Park, 400 Edgware Road,
London NW2 6ND
020-8452-1112
or email csc@timeguard.com
Designed and manufactured in the U.K. 67-058-05 (1)
Only two setting buttons are provided <Change> and <Program>. During the
programme mode the <Change> button is used to set days and the hour and
minute times. Holding this button down achieves rapid selection of the day and
the hour and minute times. During normal operation it is used for changing the
output status. The <Program> button is used to select the clock time and 6
ON/OFF programmes and to review them once set. Holding this button down
achieves rapid selection of the next programmes or can be used as a quick exit
from programme mode.
Normal Operating Mode
In normal operation the SupplyMaster will display the
correct day and its time with the colon flashing. The output
status will be shown by either ON or OFF on the display.
1 To Reset Display
OFF
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To clear programmes from memory and reset the time controller press and hold
down both setting buttons until the display goes blank.
Release buttons and display will fill with its complete
range of characters and then clear to show clock and
day 1 symbol flashing.
You are now in the clock setting mode
at the beginning of the programme sequence
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G G G G G G G
G
2 Setting Clock (after reset)
This product has a factory fitted rechargeable battery. If the time controller is left with
its mains power switched off for more than 1 month the display may go blank. In
this case switch mains on, wait 30 mins, and apply reset - see 1 before programming.
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G G
Note: Button pauses greater than 1 minute during programming will result in
automatic return to the operating mode.
Day indicator
1 = Monday
7 = Sunday
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Day Setting - Press <Change> button to advance to the day required.
Day 1 = Monday and Day 7 = Sunday.
ii Hour Setting - Press the <Program>
button once to select the hour - display
shows clock symbol and the hrs
digit flashing.
Press the <Change> button to advance
the hour setting.Note: For rapid hour selections press
and hold down <Change> button.
iii Minute Setting - Press the <Program> button once to
select the minutes - display shows with clock symbol
and minute digits flashing. Press the <Change>
button to advance the minutes setting. Note: For rapid
minute selection press and hold down <Change>
button. (Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hrs set)
iv Press <Program> button once - clock is now set and
display shows ready for the first ON programme time.
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ON
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3. To Set Programme ON/OFF Times (after clock setting)
Programme 1 ON time
i
6. Cancelling Programmes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
G G G G G
Setting clock
: . . . . ➔ Programme 4 ON
:
Programme 1 ON
Programme 4 OFF
:
Programme 1 OFF
Programme 5 ON
:
Programme 2 ON
Programme 5 OFF
:
Programme 2 OFF
Programme 6 ON
:
:
Programme 3 ON
Programme 6 OFF
Programme 3 OFF . . . . . . :
Operation Mode
Press <Change> button to advance the day flag to the required day(s) settings
which are:
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Any ON/OFF programme can be cancelled by clearing its ON and OFF time.
Follow step 5 and when into the ON and OFF programme to be cancelled press
the <Change> button until the hour digits show --:
ON
then press the <Program> button to clear set
programme. The hour and minute digits should
G
display with ON or OFF also flashing.
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(Note: Monday shown as an example of days set).
= 5 days (Weekdays) Mo Tu We Th Fr
= 2 days (Weekend) Sa Su
= 7 days (Everyday) Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
= Individual days Starting with Monday through to Sunday
ii Once day option selected press <Program>
button once to select hour time - display
ON
shows hour digits and ON flashing. Press
<Change> button to advance hour setting.
G
(Note: Monday shown as an example of days set).
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iii Press <Program> button once to select minute time ON
display shows minute digits and ON flashing. Press
<Change> button to advance minute setting.
G
(Note: 16 hrs shown as example of hours set).
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iv Press <Program> button once - the first ON time is
now set and display shows ready for the first OFF
programme time.
OFF
G
v Now set the hrs and minutes as before.
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The day(s) selected remains the same.
vi Repeat steps i to v to set the remainder of the 5 ON/OFF times as required. Note:
Any unused ON/OFF programme should be skipped until the display shows
normal operating mode. Do not programme ‘0’s into unused programmes.
IMPORTANT After setting a clock time which falls within a programmed
ON period, the unit will not switch ON. Use the override facility to switch
unit ON. After this the unit will operate normally to the programmes set.
4. Programme Review
To fast review the set programmes or for quick exit to normal operating mode
- press and hold the <Program> button.
5. Initiating Programme Mode
This can be initiated any time during the normal operating mode. Press
<Program> button and the Clock symbol, day flag, hrs and minutes symbols
on the display will flash - this is review mode. If any change to programmes is
required press <Change> button to initiate programme mode and then follow
steps 2 and 3.
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CHANGE
Self Cancelling Override
To change the output status from ON to OFF or vice versa during normal
operation press the <Change> button. The output status will change and indicate
override is in operation by flashing.
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Specifications
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1. Conforms to directives 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC
2. Complies with the applicable standards for EMC EN50081-1 for emission and
EN50082-1 for immunity.
3. Permissible Loads: 13A Resistive
6A At 0.4 power factor inductive
10A Filament lamps
500W Fluorescent lighting with or without power
factor correction capacitors (4µF per 65W tube).
1hp motor
For other loads refer to Technical Service on 020 8450 0515.
In applications such as use of Economy Seven electricity the full load will not
usually be switched. In the cases of a washing machine and a dish washer the
load switched on to will be water valves only and the load turned off will be
negligible providing an appropriate time interval has been left to enable the
machine to complete its programme.
4. Fuse protection BS1362 as dictated by load.
5. Switched output and switched timed output available to 13A resistive total
load capability. If in doubt refer to Technical Service on 020 8450 0515.
6. 1000 hrs battery back up in case of supply loss or FST11/17 fuse blow.
7. Operating ambient temperature: -10°C to 40°C
8. Operating voltage:
220 - 240V AC
ON
OUTPUT
CHANGE
ON
2
3
PROGRAM
4
PROGRAM
PROGRAM
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OUTPUT
DAY
SupplyMASTER
Models:
FST11 (24 hour)
FST17 (7 day)
I N S TA L L AT I O N & O P E R AT I N G
INSTRUCTIONS
Programme Button
used to select the
clock time and the 6
ON/OFF
programme times
and to review them
once set
FST 17 Programming Instructions
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