SAS803WHL-7 Thermostat for floor heating

SAS803WHL-7 Thermostat for floor heating
SAS803WHL-7 Thermostat for floor heating
SAS803WHL-7 is a 7-day programmable thermostat designed for floor warming application or helping to
limit floor temperature. This thermostat can conform to water heating system.
SPECIFICATION:
Power source ……………………
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
Relay contact:……………………… 250VAC 16A
Room temperature setting range……5℃ to 35℃
Floor temperature control range…… 5℃ to 99℃
Accuracy…………………………… ±0.5℃
Dimensions………………………… 86mm X 86mm X18mm
Color……………………………….. White
FEATURE:
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Large LCD display
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Permanent user setting retention during power loss,
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The thermostat has an intelligent recovery function that brings your room temperature to the set
temperature at exactly the pre-set time by turning on the Heating earlier.
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Optional economic operation or comfort operation
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Passive output to control boiler heating and valve actuator
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Optional type of control for different heating application including room thermostat; floor thermostat
or room thermostat with floor limitation
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Optional programming Period: 7 individual day or Separate 5-day (weekday) and 1-day/1-day
(Saturday/Sunday) programming with 6 or 4 separate time/temperature periods per day.
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Display temperature recalibrates
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Always turn off power at the main power source by unscrewing fuse or switching circuit breaker to
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:
the off position before installing, removing, cleaning, or servicing this thermostat.
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Read all of the information in this manual before installing this thermostat.
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Only a professional contractor should install this thermostat.
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All wiring must conform to local and national building and electrical codes and ordinances.
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If system is not operating properly, check wiring and replace fuse if necessary.
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Use this thermostat only as described in this manual.
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KEYBOARD, DISPLAY AND SWITCH DESCRIOPTION
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
OK
(16)
(12)
(15)
(13)
(14)
Figure 1
Figure 2
(1) SYSTEM button
(2) Time Clock
(3) Set button
(4) OK button
(5) + Raise temperature setting
(6)
Lower temperature setting
Shows when thermostat is in temporally override mode
Shows current time clock
(7)
(8) Shows when thermostat is in program operation
(9)
MODE IN
Shows when thermostat is in room temperature sensor control mode
MODE OUT Shows when thermostat is configured in floor temperature sensor control mode
MODE ALL Shows when thermostat is configure in dual sensor control mode
(10) Shows current room temperature
(11)
Lock function
Shows when there is a call for heating
(12)
(13) Shows set temperature or time clock
(14) Shows weekdays setting.
(15)
Time to get up
time to go out in the morning
Time to go out in the afternoon
(16) Press SYSTEM button,
time to go back for lunch
time to return in the afternoon
time to sleep
Shows system in heating mode ; OFF Shows stand-by state.
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INSTALL THE THERMOSTAT
ATTACH THERMOSTAT BASE TO WALL
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2.
3.
4.
Figure 3
1. Remove the packing material from the thermostat. Gently pull the control panel straight off the base.
Forcing or prying on the thermostat will cause damage to the unit. See figure 3-2.
2.
The floor sensor cable must be installed to terminal block. (See figure 4 ) in heating type F or RF,
3.
Connect wires beneath terminal screws on power base using appropriate wiring schematic. See figure
3-3.
4.
Push power base into conduit box.
See figure 3-4.
5.
Using two mounting screws mount the power base to the wall. Place a level against bottom of base,
adjust until level, and then tighten screws. (Leveling is for appearance only and will not affect thermostat
operation.)
6. Replace control panel on the power base by snapping it in place. See figure 3-4.
WIRING DIAGRAM
Figure 4
Attention :
N: Neutral Wire ; L: Live Wire.
Item 1-2: Connected with sensor (NTC100K). Item 3-4: Connected with heating boiler
Item 5-6: Connected with power.
Item 7: Connected with valve actuator.
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OPERATION
1. Configuration Menu
The configuration menu allows you to set certain thermostat operating characteristics to your system or
personal requirements. When the dlisplay shows OFF stand-by state, Hold button SET for 3 seconds to enter
the configuration menu. The display will show the first item in the configuration menu. Press SET button to
shift to the next menu item. Use + or - to select. To exit the menu, press OK button. If no button is pressed
within 20 seconds, the thermostat will exit the configuration menu.
Press
Displayed
buttons
(factory default)
Item
1
Press +
or - to select
Descriptions
Select temperature display adjustment higher or
SET
CL ( 0 )
-6.0 --- +6.0
lower
3 sec.
2
SET
AH(35℃)
20℃—90℃
Select maximum room setting temperature
3
SET
AL(5℃)
5℃—20℃
Select minimum room setting temperature
4
SET
FH(40℃)
20℃-99℃
Select minimum floor temperature limitation
5
SET
FL(5℃)
5℃—20℃
Select maximum floor temperature limitation
6
SET
SEN(ALL)
;
ALL/IN /OUT
Temperature control mode option:
ALL:Room sensor with floor limiter sensor control
mode.
IN:Room sensor control mode
OUT:Floor sensor control mode.
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SET
BL(2)
1/2/3
Select display backlight mode
1.
light off ;
2. light on ;
3. Keep lighting.
8
SET
CH(FA)
FA/SL
Select fast heating or slow heating
9
SET
PS1( 7)
7/3/2/0
Programming day in one week option
10
SET
PS2(6)
6/4
Programming period per day option
11
SET
OC(24)
12/24
Selection of time scale
12
SET
ES(OFF)
ON/OFF
Intelligent Recovery Option
The configuration menu chart summarizes the configuration options. An explanation of each option as
follows:
1)
Select temperature recalibrates adjustment 6LO to 6 HI –
You can adjust the room temperature display up to 6 higher or lower. Your thermostat was accurately
calibrated at the factory but you have the option to change the display temperature to match your previous
thermostat. The current or adjusted room temperature will be displayed on the right side of the display.
2)
Select maximum set point
For room sensor control mode, This feature provides a maximum set point temperature for room setting.
The default setting is 35℃, It can be changed between 20℃ to 90℃.
3)
Select minimum set point
For room sensor control mode,This feature provides a mixnimum set point temperature for room setting.
The default setting is 5℃, It can be changed between 5℃ to 20℃.
4)
Select minimum floor temperature limitation
Press + or - to select you desire maximum floor temperature limitation. It can be changed between
20℃-99℃,factory default setting is 40℃. If floor temperature over the limitation, then stop output work.
5)
Select maximum floor temperature limitation
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Press + or - to select you desire minimum floor temperature limitation. It can be changed between
5℃-20℃,factory default setting is 5℃.
6) Select Type of heating.
There are 3 temperature control modes: Mode ALL, Mode IN and Mode OUT.
Mode ALL is room sensor with floor limiter sensor control mode.
Assuming that the floor temperature is below the maximum floor temperature limit, the heating should
begin to operate if the set temperature is 1℃ or 2℉ higher than the actual room temperature. If the floor
temperature is above the upper floor limit, the thermostat will shut off heating. High temperature warning
lights is flashing,display is showing “HI”
Mode IN is room sensor control mode.
Press + to adjust thermostat setting above room temperature 1℃ or 2℉. The heating should begin to
operate immediately.
Mode OUT is Floor sensor control mode.
Press + to adjust thermostat setting above floor temperature 1℃ or 2℉. The heating should begin to
operate immediately.
7)
Select display backlight mode
The display backlight improves display contrast in low lighting conditions. Factory default is 2.
Select 1 the display will keep the light off.
Select 2 the light will be on when any button of the thermostat is touched.
Select 3 the display will keep the light on continuously.
8)
Select fast heating or slow heating
Select FA to start heating immediately when the set point is 1℃ above the room temperature.
Select SL to start heating only when the set point is 3 ℃ above the room temperature.
9)
Programming day in one week option
There are 2 options for how to program the day in one week.
7: You can program in 7 individual days
3: You can program in 5 weekday and 1Saturday and 1Sunday.
2: You can program in 5 weekday and 1 day mode, both the same setting on Saturday and Sunday.
0: Non-programmable.
10) 4 or 6 period per day program option
There are 2 option for how to program the period in one day
P4: You can program 4 period per day
P6: You can program 6 period per day
11)Select displayed clock format
Select 24h. Display will show 24-hour clock time
Select 12h. Display will show 12-hour clock time
(12) Intelligent Recovery Option
The thermostat has an intelligent recovery function that brings your room temperature to the set
temperature at exactly the pre-set time by turning on the Heating earlier.
Select ON to activate the intelligent recovery function,. In configuration ES mode, the thermostat is start
heating 5days in advance.
Select OFF to deactivate the intelligent recovery function.
Such as
from Monday start heating:
Heating program setting as following:
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Time
Temp
1
6:00
2
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
27℃
22:00
18℃
6:00
27℃
22:00
18℃
3
6:00
27℃
22:00
18℃
4
6:00
27℃
22:00
18℃
5
6:00
27℃
22:00
18℃
6
6:00
27℃
22:00
18℃
7
6:00
27℃
22:00
18℃
Program Running:
DAY
Time
Setting
Room
Schedule
Schedule
The first
Temp
Temp
Time arrival
Temp arrival
heating
ITEM
Advanced Time
calculation
when stopped
1
Before
15℃
25℃
6:00
27℃
Take 40 min’
TIME 1
5:44
27℃
Take 30 min’
TIME 2
6:00
2
Before
15℃
5:44
3
Before
TIME 2=
TIME 1×0.4
15℃
5:40
27℃
Take 18 min’
TIME 3
5:40
TIME 3=
TIME 1×0.2+
TIME 2×0.4
4
Before
15℃
5:39
27.5℃
0
TIME 4
5:39
TIME 4=
TIME 1×0.2+
TIME 2×0.2+
TIME 3×0.4+
5
Before
15℃
5:46
27℃
Take 5 min’
TIME 5
5:46
TIME 5=
TIME1×0.1+
TIME2×0.2+
TIME3×0.2+
TIME4×0.4
6
Before
15℃
5:47
27℃
Take 10 min’
TIME 6
5:47
TIME 6=
TIME1×0.1+
TIME2×0.1+
TIME3×0.2+
TIME4×0.2+
TIME5×0.4
7
Before
15℃
5:50
27℃
Take 10 min’
5:50
TIME 7
TIME 7=
TIME2×0.1+
TIME3×0.1+
TIME4×0.2+
TIME5×0.2+
TIME6×0.4
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2.
Manual Operation
1)
Set current day and time
a)
Press SET button once again. The display will only show minutes flashing
b)
Press and hold either +、- until you reach the correct minutes
c)
Press SET button. The display will show the hour flashing.
d)
Press and hold either +、- until you reach the correct hour
e)
Press SET button once again. The display will show the day of the week flashing.
Press +、- until you reach the correct day of the week
Press button OK button once. The display will show the correct day of the week and the time.
If no keys are pressed within 20 seconds, the thermostat will revert to program operation.
2)
Permanent hold temperature setting
When thermostat is in program operation, hold OK button for 3 second to change to
permanent hold temperature setting.
hold operation.
Shows simultaneously indicate permanent
Press +、-to change set temperature. The thermostat will permanent
hold the room temperature at the selected setting until you press OK button to restart the
program operation.
3)
P
□
Shows when thermostat is in program operation.
Temporary hold temperature
When thermostat is in program operation, press +、- to check current set temperature.
Blink digit means set temperature. If the set point is your desired temperature, just push
OK button to revert to program operation. If the set point is not your desired temperature,
press + 、- to temporary change the set point.
shows in temporary
temperature override. The thermostat will override the current programming setting and
keep the room temperature at the selected temperature until the next program period
begins. Then the thermostat will automatically revert to the program operation.
4) Vacation Temperature hold
Continue pressing button SET over 3 seconds until display shows
, when
unit is active it displays a number in the top right corner, by pressing set it ranges
from 01-99 . It means the thermostat is in Vacation hold mode. Display shows count
back day and set point alternately. Use + or - to adjust number of the days (from 1 to
99 days) when display showing count back day and adjust the setting temperature
when display showing the set temperature. Thermostat will revert to program
operation when count back day expires or when OK button is pressed anytime in
vacation mode。
5)
Reset operation
If the display is abnormal, Long press the OK button .When display shows “dEF” blinking several times,
This will reset the thermostat to factory default setting.
6) Planning your program
Look at the factory preprogrammed times and temperatures shown in the sample schedule. If this
program will suit your needs, simply press the SET button to begin running the factory preset program.
If you want to change the preprogrammed time and temperature, follow these steps.
Determine the times period and temperature for your program. You can set program for 7 individual day
or 5 workday and 1 Saturday and 1 Sunday. (See configuration menu item 9)
Use the table to plan your program time periods and the temperatures you want during each period. Fill
in the complete table to have a record of your program.
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按键锁
7)
Lock Function
Long press + & - switchs for 3 seconds simultaneously, the display will shows
in it.
It means locking . Anyone can’t amend the setting.
Press +& - again, the display is unlocking.
8)
Inquiry about floor temperature
This feature is only available in MODE ALL. When system mode is in OFF.
Hold
button for 5 seconds, the thermostat will display floor temperature. Pressing OK
button to revert to program operation with room temperature shown in the display. If no key
is pressed after inquiry about floor temperature for 20 seconds, the display will be changed
from showing floor temperature to show room temperature.
Samples Heating Schedule Plan for 7 individual day; 6 period per day
(Factory default program setting)
All 7
days
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
6:00
21℃
8:00
16.5℃
12:00
21℃
14:00
16.5℃
18:00
21℃
22:00
16.5℃
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Heating Schedule Plan
Time
Temp
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Enter 7 days Heating Program
1).Hold SET for 3 seconds. 1 flashing (indicating you are now planning Monday program) with other 2 3 4
5 6 7 lighted in the display. If the display shows 1 2 3 4 5 flashing, it indicates that the 5-day program will be
modified. You selected a 5+1+1 day program mode before. (See configuration menu item 9).
2).Press +、- to change the day you about to make program.
3).Press SET button again, the selected day for programming will be shown.. Also be displayed are the
currently programmed start times (flashing)for the 1st heating period and the currently programmed
temperature, icon
indicates 1st program period (Get up) setting。
4).Press +、- until your selected time appears. The time will change in 15-minute increments.
5).Press SET button, the programmed temperature will flash, press +、- until your selected
temperature appears.
6).Press SET button,icon
indicates 2nd program period(Go out)setting.
The currently
programmed start time and set point temperature for the 2nd heating program period will be shown. Repeat
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step 4 and 5 to select the start time and heating temperature for the 2nd heating program period.
7).Press SET button. Repeat steps 4 through 6 to set the 3rd;4th;5th;6th heating program. If you have
only 4-period programming per day, you might have configured 4-period per day option. (See configuration
menu item 10)
8).After you finish the whole day period programming, still press SET button, the day next to the just
programmed day will flash with other 6 days lightening in the display. If the display shows 6 7 flashing with 1 2
3 4 5 lightening in the display, you might selected the 5+1+1 day program mode before. (See configuration
menu item 9).
9). Repeat 2)~8) to complete the all days of the week programming.
10).When you have completed entering your heating program, pressing OK to revert to program
operation.
REVERT TO FACTORY DEFAULT PROGRAM SETTING
Long Press OK button 3 seconds, this will reset the thermostat to factory default setting.
Error Code
LO flashing in the display: Below lowest limitation temperature is detectived by floor sensor in MODE OUT or
ALL. Thermostat turn on heating system until the floor temperature is over lowest limitation.
HI Over high limitation temperature is detectived by floor sensor in MODE OUT or ALL. Thermostat shut
down all output
Err flashing in the display:
MODE OUT / MODE ALL:
1) Floor sensor not installed or broken in MODE OUT or ALL.Thermostat shut down all output.
2) Floor sensor short cut. Thermostat shut down all output
MODE IN:
1) Room sensor short circuit. Thermostat shut down all output
2) Room sensor broken. Thermostat shut down all output.
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
After reading this guide, if you have any question about the operation of your thermostat, please contact your
installer or Energy Utility company or service provider. floor temperature to room temperature.
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