NeoAir Manual - SOLFEX energy systems

NeoAir Manual - SOLFEX energy systems
Table of Contents
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Locking/Unlocking the neoAir
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Table of Contents
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Frost Protection
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What is a Programmable
Room Thermostat?
3-4
Power ON/OFF
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Installation Procedure
5-6
Optional Features Explained
Installing the Batteries
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28-29
7-8
Adjusting the Optional Settings
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Mode Select
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Optional settings feature table
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Pairing the neoHub
10
Re-calibrating the Thermostat
Error Codes
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Factory Reset
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Pairing the neoAir
10-11
NeoAir and Mesh
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Pairing the RF-Switch
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Pairing with the RF8-RF Wiring Centre
Mode 1 & 3 - Thermostat
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14-15
Mode 2 - Time Clock
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LCD Display
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LCD Display
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Setting the Switching Times
36
Setting the Clock
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Timer Override
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Optional Features Explained
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Optional Settings Feature Table
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Comfort Levels Explained
Temperature Control
Temperature Hold
Hot Water Boost
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Holiday Programming
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21-22
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What is a Programmable Room Thermostat?
A programmable room thermostat is both a programmer and a room thermostat.
A programmer allows you to set “On” and “Off” periods to suit your own lifestyle.
A room thermostat works by sensing the air temperature, switching on the heating
when the air temperature falls below the thermostat setting, and switching it off once
this set temperature has been reached.
So a programmable room thermostat lets you choose what times you want the
heating to be on, and what temperature it should reach while it is on. It will allow you
to select different temperatures in your home at different times of the day (and days of
the week) to meet your particular needs and preferences.
Setting a programmable room thermostat to a higher temperature will not make the
room heat up any faster. How quickly the room heats up depends on the design and
size of the heating system.
Similarly reducing the temperature setting does not affect how quickly the room cools
down. Setting a programmable room thermostat to a lower temperature will result in
the room being controlled at a lower temperature, and saves energy.
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The way to set and use your programmable room thermostat is to find the lowest
temperature settings that you are comfortable with at the different times you have
chosen, and then leave it alone to do its job.
The best way to do this is to set the room thermostat to a low temperature
– say 18°C , and then turn it up by 1°C each day until you are comfortable with the
temperature. You won’t have to adjust the thermostat further. Any adjustment
above this setting will waste energy and cost you more money.
You are able to temporarily adjust the heating program by overriding or using the
temperature hold feature. These features are explained further on pages 17 and 18
of this manual.
Programmable room thermostats need a free flow of air to sense the temperature,
so they must not be covered by curtains or blocked by furniture. Nearby electric
fires, televisions, wall or table lamps may also prevent the thermostat from
working properly.
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Installation Procedure
Do
Mount the thermostat at eye level.
Read the instructions fully so you get the best from our product.
Don’t
Do not install near to a direct heat source as this will affect functionality.
Do not push hard on the LCD screen as this may cause irreparable damage.
This wireless thermostat is designed to be surface mounted
Step 1
Carefully separate the front half of the thermostat from the back plate by placing a
small flat head terminal driver into the slots on the bottom face of the thermostat.
Step 2
Mark 2 hole positions on the wall using the back plate as a positioning template.
Drill at the marked positions and insert a wall plug into each hole.
Step 3
Screw the thermostat back plate securely on the wall.
Step 4
Clip the front of the thermostat back onto the thermostat back plate.
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Installing the Batteries
4 x AAA batteries have been supplied with this thermostat.
To access the battery holder, push and release the compartment door located on the
bottom face of the thermostat. The thermostat will inform you when the batteries need
to be replaced by displaying the battery icon on screen.
Do not use rechargeable batteries with this product!
Insert the batteries in the empty battery holder, ensuring that each battery is
orientated for the correct polarity + / -.
Push the battery holder back inside the thermostat until it is secured in its closed
position.
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Mode Select
Pairing the NeoHub
The neoAir can either be used as a Thermostat, standalone Time Clock, or combined
Thermostat and Time clock.
To change between thermostat or time clock modes, follow these steps.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to SETUP
• Press and hold the Tick button for 10 seconds
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• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between modes ..................................................
Mode 1 = Thermostat
Mode 2 = Time Clock
Mode 3 = Combined Thermostat & Time Clock
Note: the selected option will flash.
• Press the Tick key to confirm selection .........................................................................
The neoAir will revert to the main display screen for the selected mode.
For time clock mode instructions, first pair the time clock with the neoHub as
explained on page 10, then turn to page 34.
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To pair the neoHub with the neoApp, follow these steps.
• Connect the power supply to the neoHub.
• Connect the neoHub to your router with the Ethernet cable provided. The router
will automatically assign an IP address to the neoHub, the Link LED will light up
once the neoHub has connected to your network.
• Connect your smartphone or tablet device to the same WiFi network as your
router.
• Download the FREE SOLFEX neoApp from the Apple App Store or Google Play
Store, and register an account.
• Once you have registered your account, press the Login button then press the Add
Location option.
• Press the connect button on the neoHub to add the location to your account.
• When successfully connected, enter a title for the new location (e.g. Home) and
configure the time zone for the system.
Pairing the NeoAir
The next step is to join the neoAir to the neoHub. We recommend joining any wired
neoStat or neoPlug (if used) to the neoHub first. This will help to extend the wireless
network for areas where radio signals are problematic.
To add a neoAir, follow these steps;
• Select Add Zone, enter a zone title and press Add Zone again.
• You now have two minutes to join the neoAir to the neoHub.
• On the neoAir, use the Left / Right keys to select SETUP and press Tick ...
• Feature 01 is displayed on screen.
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Pairing with the RF-Switch
• Press the Tick key to pair the neoAir to the neoHub ...........................................
• Use the Left/Right arrow keys to scroll to SETUP and press Tick key once ........
• The COMMS symbol appears flashing on the display.
• The display will show 01 in the top right hand corner.
• Once the neoAir has successfully paired to the neoHub the COMMS symbol will
remain permanently displayed.
• Press the Down arrow key once. The display will now show P1.....................................
• Press Next to add more zones or press Finish to complete the setup.
• During the countdown press and hold either ‘Boiler’ or ‘CH1’ pairing buttons on the
RFSwitch for 5 seconds.
Please note, you only have to pair the hub to your account once. To pair any additional
neoAir’s, select Add Zones from the Manage Zones option in the neoApp.
NeoAir and MESH
NeoAir isn’t capable of relaying signals from one thermostat to another (or MESH).
To create an extension of the wireless network you will need to add a neo-X repeater,
neoPlug or SOLFEX Boost to the system. The neoAir can also talk via wired (MESH
capable) neoStats.
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• Press Tick again to start 99 second countdown ....................................................................
Boiler = When wiring to terminal marked ‘SL’ & ‘LR’
CH1 = When wiring to terminals marked ‘COM1’ & ‘NO1’
The LED on the RF-Switch will flash to indicate it’s in pairing mode. Once paired the LED will
stop flashing.
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Pairing with the RF-Switch
On the UH8-RF, take note of the numbers set on the rotary switches (UH8-RF ID numbers
01-99).
Each UH8-RF on the system needs to have a different ID number.
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Modes 1 & 3 - Thermostat/
Thermostat with Hot Water
Set your first UH8-RF to 01
At the thermostat:
• Use the Left/Right arrow keys to scroll to SETUP and press tick key once..............
• The display will now show 01 in the top right hand corner.
• Press the Down key twice so that P2 shows on the display ........................................................
• Press Tick once ..................................................................................................................................................
• Use the Left/Right arrow keys to set the large digits to the board address of the UH8-RF.
This is the number set on the UH8-RF rotary switches............................................................
(You must set a unique board address for each UH8-RF installed).
• Press Tick once. Small digits in the top right hand corner of the display will now flash ...
• The UH8-RF is an 8 zone receiver. Use the Up/Down buttons to select the zone
this thermostat should be linked to.................................................................................................
• Press Tick to select zone type (Radiators or Underfloor Heating) ...............................................
• Use the Up/Down buttons to select either: RA = Radiators or
UF = Underfloor Heating.......................................................................................................................
• Press Tick to finish and confirm settings. Display will return to the main screen ................
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LCD Display
1.
2.
3.
4.
Day Indicator - Displays the day of the week.
Comms Symbol - Displayed when connected to the neoHub.
Frost Symbol - Displayed when frost protection mode is active.
Flame Symbol - Displayed when the thermostat is calling for heat, flashes when
optimum start is active.
5. Floor/Room Temp – Indicates the current sensor mode.
6. Set - Displayed when changes are being made to the program schedule or current
set point.
7. Key Lock Indicator – Displayed when the KeyLock is Locked.
8. Program Indicator – Displayed during programming to show which period is
being altered.
9. Main Menu – Displays which option is currently selected.
10. Battery Indicator – Shown when batteries need replacing.
11. Timer Status – Displays the current state of the timed output.
12. Temperature Format - Degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit.
13. Temperature – Displays the current sensor temperature.
14. Clock - Time displayed in 24 hour format.
15. Holiday Left – Displayed when the thermostat is in holiday mode.
16. Hold Left – Displayed when a temperature hold is active, the remaining time will
be shown.
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Setting the Clock
Comfort Levels Explained
To set the clock, follow these steps.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to CLOCK • Press Tick to confirm selection .....................................................
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• Use the Up / Down keys to set the hours (24 hour format) ...........................
• Press Tick to confirm selection .......................................................................................
The neoAir offers three program mode options; Weekday/Weekend programming,
7 Day programming and 24 Hour programming. There is also the option to use the
thermostat as a Non-Programmable thermostat.
When thermostats are connected to the mesh network, the program mode for the system
is configured by using the neoApp.
• Use Up / Down keys to set the minutes ................................................................
The thermostat is supplied with comfort levels already programmed, but these can be
changed easily. The default times and temperature settings are;
• Press Tick to confirm selection
07:00 - 21°C (Wake) 09:00 - 16°C (Leave) 16:00 - 21°C (Return) 22:00 - 16°C (Sleep)
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• Use Left / Right keys to set the day .................................................................
If you only want to use 2 levels, you should program the unused levels to --:--
• Press Tick to confirm selection and return to the main display .............................
For Weekday/Weekend programming, the four comfort levels are the same for Mon-Fri, but can
be different for Sat-Sun. For 7 Day programming each day of the week can have four different
comfort levels. In 24 Hour mode all days are programmed with the same comfort levels.
• To program the comfort levels, use the Left / Right keys to scroll to EDIT .............
• Press Tick to confirm selection .......................................................................................................
• Use the Left / Right keys to select day / period of week (the selection will flash).
• Press Tick to confirm selection .......................................................................................................
• WAKE will now flash and the current time and temperature setting will be shown.
• Press Tick to alter WAKE settings ...................................................................................................
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Temperature Control
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the hours ..............................................................
• Press Tick to confirm ..............................................................................................................
The Up / Down keys allow you to adjust the set temperature ....................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the minutes .........................................................
When you press either key, you will see the word SET and the desired
temperature value. Use the Up / Down keys to adjust the SET value .......................
• Press Tick to confirm ..............................................................................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the temperature ................................................
Press Tick to confirm settings and return to the main display .............................................
• Press Tick to confirm the settings .....................................................................................
• Press the right arrow key ...............................................................................................
• LEAVE will now flash and the current settings will be displayed.
• Press Tick to alter LEAVE settings ......................................................................................
• Repeat these steps to set all comfort levels.
• For any unused periods set time to --:--
Set Temperature
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to DONE and press Tick ..................
Set Icon
Note: This new temperature is maintained only until the next programmed comfort level.
At this time, the thermostat will revert back to the programmed levels.
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Temperature Hold (Mode 1 Heating only)
The temperature hold function allows you to manually override the current operating
program and set a different temperature for a desired period.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to HOLD .......................................................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ......................................................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the desired Hold period ..............................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ......................................................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the desired Hold temperature ..................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ......................................................................................
You will see the HOLD LEFT indication is displayed on screen.
The time will countdown the set duration and then revert to the normal program.
To cancel a temperature hold, repeat these steps but reduce the hold time to 00:00 hrs.
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Temperature Hold (Mode 3 Heating & Hot Water)
The temperature hold function allows you to manually override the current operating
program and set a different temperature for a desired period.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to HOLD .......................................................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ......................................................................................
• The word “Heating” is highlighted, press Tick to confirm ....................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the desired Hold period ..............................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ......................................................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the desired Hold temperature ..................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ......................................................................................
You will see the HOLD LEFT indication is displayed on screen.
The time will countdown the set duration and then revert to the normal program.
To cancel a temperature hold, repeat these steps but reduce the hold time to 00:00 hrs.
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Hot Water Boost (Mode 3 Heating & Hot Water)
To boost the hot water output on, follow these steps.
Locking the neoAir
The thermostat has a keypad lock facility. To activate the lock follow these steps.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to HOLD ..........................................................
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to HOLD & press Tick for 10 seconds.
• Press Tick to confirm selection .........................................................................................
• The display will show 00:00 and you will need to enter a four digit pin number.
• The word “Heating” is highlighted, use the Left / Right keys to select
TIMER then press TICK to confirm...........................................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the boost duration e.g. 02:00 hours .........
• Press Tick to confirm settings and return to main display......................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to enter the first two digits .............................................
• Press Tick to confirm ..................................................................................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to enter the second two digits ......................................
• Press Tick to confirm ..................................................................................................................
The display will return to the main screen and display the keypad lock indicator .............
Note: The keypad lock indicator is only displayed when the lock is active.
Unlocking the neoAir
To unlock the neoStat press Tick once. The display will show 00:00 and you will need to
enter the four digit pin number you set previously.
• Use the Up / Down and Tick keys to enter the first two digits ..................................
• Use the Up / Down and Tick keys to enter the second two digits ............................
“Hold Left” and the remaining time will now be displayed.
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The display will unlock and return to the main screen.
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Frost Mode
Power On/Off
Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to the Power Icon .............................................
The frost icon will toggle ON/OFF each time Tick is pressed ..................................................
In this mode, the neoStat will display the frost icon and will only turn the heating
ON should the room temperature drop below the set frost temperature (see page 28).
If the heating is turned ON whilst in frost mode, the flame symbol will be displayed.
To cancel the frost protect mode, navigate to the Power button again and press Tick.
The heating is indicated ON when the flame icon is displayed.
When the flame icon is absent, there is no requirement for heating to achieve the set
temperature but the neoAir remains active.
To turn the neoAir off completely, scroll to the Power Icon and hold
the Tick key for approximately 4 seconds until the display goes blank ............
The display and heating output will be turned OFF.
To turn the thermostat back ON, press the Tick key once .....................................................
Thermostat completely off
Thermostat powered on
Frost Protection Mode Enabled
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Holiday
In thermostat mode, the holiday function reduces the set temperature in your
home to the frost protection temperature setting (see page 28).
In time clock mode, the holiday function maintains the timed output as OFF.
The thermostat will maintain this temperature for the duration of the holiday and
will then automatically return to the program mode on your return.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to HOLIDAY and press Tick ............
• Using the Up / Down keys enter the number of days holiday ...................
• Press Tick to confirm settings .........................................................................................
Note: A holiday period does not start until 00:00 the next day. For example, if you set a
holiday period on Friday for 2 days, Saturday will be counted as the first day and the
thermostat will revert back to the programmed schedule at 00:00 on Monday.
To cancel, repeat these steps but reduce the Holiday duration to 00 days.
Optional Features Explained
THE FOLLOWING SETTINGS ARE OPTIONAL AND IN MOST CASES
NEED NOT BE ADJUSTED
Feature 01 – Pairing To neoHub: This function is used to connect the thermostat to the neoHub.
Feature 02 - Switching Differential: This function allows you to increase the switching differential of the
thermostat. The default is 1°C which means that with a set temperature of 20°C, the thermostat will switch
the heating on at 19°C and off at 20°C. With a 2°C differential, the heating will switch on at 18°C and off at
20°C.
Feature 03 - Frost Protect Temperature: This is the temperature maintained when the thermostat is in
Frost Mode. The range is 07 - 17°C. The default is 12°C and is suitable for most applications.
Feature 04 – Output Delay: To prevent rapid switching, an output delay can be entered.
This can be set from 00 - 15 minutes. The default is 00 which means there is no delay.
Feature 05 – Temperature Up/Down Limit: This function allows you to limit the use of the up and down
temperature arrow keys. This limit is also applicable when the thermostat is locked and so allows you to
give others limited control over the heating system.
Feature 06 – Sensor Selection: On this neoAir, you can select which sensor should be used. You can select
between air temperature only, floor temperature, or both. When you enable both sensors, the floor sensor
is used as a floor limiting sensor and is designed to prevent the floor from overheating.
Feature 07 – Floor Temp Limit: This function is available when feature 06 is set to 03. You can set a floor
limiting temperature between 20-45°C (28°C is the default setting). Note: neoAir MUST NOT be used to
control electric under-floor heating.
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Adjusting the Optional Settings
Feature 08 – Optimum Start: Optimum start will delay the start-up of the heating system to the latest
possible moment to avoid unnecessary heating and ensure the building is warm at the programmed time.
The thermostat uses the rate of change information to calculate how long the heating needs to raise the
building temperature 1°C (with a rate of change of 20, the thermostat has calculated the heating needs 20
minutes to raise the building temperature 1°C) and starts the heating accordingly.
• Use the Left / Right keys to select SETUP ...................................................................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ..............................................................................................
Feature 09 - Rate of Change: Number of minutes for 1°C temperature rise.
Feature 10 – Not used on this model.
Feature 11 – Not used on this model.
Feature 12 – Program Mode: Non-Programmable, Weekday/Weekend (5/2), 7 Day
Programming or 24 Hour. The thermostat offers three programming modes and the option of configuring
it to work as a non-programmable thermostat.
Weekday/ Weekend - allows you to program 4 comfort levels for the weekday and 4
different comfort levels for the weekend.
7 Day Program Mode - Each day has 4 comfort levels that can be programmed
independently.
24 Hour Mode - All days are programmed the same and repeat continuously.
Feature 13 - Temperature Format: This function allows you to select between °C and °F.
Feature P1 - Pairing: to the RF-Switch.
Feature P2 - Setting the UH8-RF address: This is the number set on the rotary dials inside the UH8-RF unit.
• Use the Up / Down keys to scroll through features ...............................................
• Use the Left / Right keys to adjust the setting within each feature .................
• Press Tick to confirm settings ................................................................................................
Feature P3 - Failsafe: If the RF-Switch or UH8-RF fails to receive a signal from the thermostat within 40
minute period, it will activate to output for 12 minutes every hour. The RF-Switch/ UH8-RF will continue to
do this until it receives a new signal from the thermostat.
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Optional Settings - Feature Table
FEATURE
P3
DESCRIPTION
Failsafe
P2
P3
01
Menu
Entry Point
02
Pairing to UH8-RF
Pairing to RF-Switch
Pairing to Hub
If you need to re-calibrate the thermostat, follow these steps.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to the Power Icon ............................
• Press and hold Tick to turn the display OFF ........................................................
• Press and hold the Tick and Down keys together for 10 seconds ...............
• The current temperature will appear on the display.
Switching Differential
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04
05
06
Frost Protection Temperature
Output Delay
Up/Down Temperature Limit
Sensor Selection
07
08
09
10
11
12
Floor Temperature Limit
Optimum Start
Rate of Change
Not used on this model
Not used on this model
Program Mode
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Temperature Format
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SETTING
00 = Disabled
01 = Enabled (Default)
00-99 = Receiver address
Commences countdown from 99 - 00 seconds
Used to add zone to neoHub
Re-calibrating the Thermostat
00 = 0.5°C
01 = 1.0°C
02 = 2.0°C
03 = 3.0°C
07° - 17°C (12°C = Default)
00 - 15 Minutes (00 = Default)
00° - 10°C (00 = Default)
00 = Built in Sensor (Default)
01 = Remote Air Sensor
02 = Remote Sensor Only
03 = Built in & Floor Sensor
20°C - 45°C (28°C = Default)
00 - 05 Hours (00 = Default)
Minutes to raise by 1°C
00 = Non - Programmable
01 = Weekday/Weekend (Default)
02 = 7 Day Programming
03 = 24 Hour Mode
00 - °C, 01 = °F (00 = Default)
• Use the Up / Down keys to configure the new temperature value ............
• Press the Tick key to confirm the change and the display will go blank ..
• Press the Tick key once to turn the thermostat ON ..................................
Error Codes
When terminated for thermostat operation the screen will display an error code if a fault
is detected.
E0 = The internal sensor has developed a fault.
E2 = The remote AIR probe has not been connected.
The remote AIR probe has not been wired correctly.
The remote AIR probe is faulty.
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Factory Reset
Mode 2 - Time Clock
To reset the device to factory default settings, follow these steps:
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to SETUP ...........................................................
• Press and hold the Tick key for 10 seconds ...........................................................
• All of the icons on the display will appear for 2 seconds, then the display
will show option 1 or 2.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between modes (selection will flash) ....
Mode 1 = Thermostat
Mode 2 = Time Clock
Mode 3 = Thermostat with hot water
• Press the Tick key to confirm selection ....................................................................
The thermostat will revert to the main display screen for the selected mode.
Note: Factory reset will cancel all parameters that were entered during the set-up and
pairing operations. These processes must be repeated after factory reset is completed.
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LCD Display
1. Day Indicator - Displays the day of the week.
2. Mesh Symbol – Displayed when connected to the neoHub.
3. Key Lock Indicator – Displayed when the Keypad is Locked.
4. Set – Displayed when changes are being made to the program schedule or
current set point.
5. Program Indicator – Displayed during programming to show which period is
being altered.
6. Main Menu – Displays which option is currently selected.
7. Battery Indicator – Shown when batteries need replacing.
8. Timer Status – Displays the current state of the timed output.
9. Clock - Time displayed in 24 hour format.
10. Holiday Left – Displayed when the time clock is in holiday mode.
11. Hold Left – Displayed when a timed set period is active, the remaining time
will be shown.
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Setting the Switching Times
To program the switching times, follow these steps.
• Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to EDIT and press Tick .................................
• Use the Left / Right keys to select day/period of the week .............................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ...................................................................................
• 1 will now flash and the current ON time will be displayed.
The OFF time can be viewed by pressing the Down key ................................
• Select a switching time and press the Tick key ....................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to select the ON time HOURS and press Tick .......
• Use the Up / Down keys to select the ON time MINUTES ................................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ..................................................................................
• Use the Up / Down keys to select the OFF time HOURS and press Tick .....
• Use the Up / Down keys to select the OFF time MINUTES ..............................
• Press Tick to confirm selection ..................................................................................
• Press the Right arrow key ............................................................................................
• 2 will now flash and the current ON time will be displayed.
• Repeat the steps above to set all periods. For any unused periods enter -- : -• When complete, use the Left / Right keys to scroll to DONE and press
Tick to confirm all changes ........................................................................................
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Optional Features Explained
Timer Override
To override the timed output on, follow these steps.
• Use the Up / Down keys to set the override duration e.g. 02:00 hours ..........
• Press Tick to confirm settings and return to main display ..................................
Hold Left and the remaining time will now be displayed.
HOLD LEFT Indicator
Hold Time Remaining
Feature 01 – Pairing To neoHub: This function is used to connect the thermostat
to the neoHub.
Feature 02 – Program Mode: The time clock offers three programming modes.
Weekday/ Weekend - allows you to program 4 On/Off levels for the weekday
and 4 different levels for the weekend.
7 Day Program Mode - Each day has 4 comfort levels that can be programmed independently.
24 Hour Mode - All days are programmed the same and repeat continuously.
Feature P1 - Pairing: to the RF-Switch.
Feature P2 - Setting the UH8-RF address: This is the number set on the rotary
dials inside the UH8-RF unit.
Feature P3 - Failsafe: If the RF-Switch or UH8-RF fails to receive a signal from the
thermostat within 40 minute period, it will activate to output for 12 minutes every
hour. The RF-Switch/UH8-RF will continue to do this until it receives a new signal
from the thermostat.
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Optional Settings - Feature Table
FEATURE
P3
P2
P3
01
02
DESCRIPTION
Failsafe
Pairing the UH8-RF
Pairing the RF-Switch
Pairing
Program Mode
SETTING
00 = Disabled
01 = Enabled ( Default)
00 - 99 = Receiver address
Commences countdown from 99 - 00 seconds
Used to add zone to the neoHub
01 = Weekday/Weekend Programming (Default)
02 = 7 Day Programming
03 = 24 Hour Mode
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