User`s guide TH1120P-3000.cdr

User`s guide TH1120P-3000.cdr
Warnings
Set Date & Time
Install your thermostat
The installation of this thermostat should be
made by a certified electrician and must be
installed in conformity with the national and
local Electrical Codes.
TH1120P-3000
Programmable thermostat
(3000 W)
Max. resistive load for this thermostat:
12.5A / 3000 W @ 240VAC
2
1
Since you are a valuable customer, before starting
the installation of your new thermostat, please
make sure that the breakers for your heating
system are off at the main electrical panel!
User's guide
Remove your old
thermostat. It should be
connected on 2 wires. If
you have more than 2
wires, refer to our website
(FAQ).
Use the provided connectors to
connect the two wires of the
thermostat to the wires previously
connected to your old thermostat.
Power up the
thermostat.
5
The thermostat must be installed in
series with your heating device.
Connecting the thermostat directly
to the line voltage source will
damage the unit.
Note: For a fan-forced
convector, go to the
''Advanced Settings'' section
to change the control cycle
of the thermostat.
L1
L2/N
Note: The wires of this thermostat are non-polarized.
Press the
"Time"
button to
enter the
setting
mode.
Unlock and lift
the thermostat cover.
3
Use the two screws to
secure the thermostat
to the electrical box.
Time/Day
Prog
Mode
Press the
or
button
to change the
values of the
flashing
parameter.
Press the
"next" button to
select the next
parameters
to be changed.
Change the operating modes
Press the "Mode" button to select the
operating mode (ECONO, AUTO or MAN).
ECONO: Used to turn off the heating
during the summer or during an extended
absence. The Econo setpoint can be
modified according to the needs of the
user (default 5° C).
4
Replace the
cover and lock.
!
Make sure to firmly tighten the wire connectors for a secure
connections. A loose connection can be a fire
hazard.Special CO/ALR solderless connectors must be
used when connecting with aluminum conductors.
Time/Day
Prog
Mode
AUTO: The thermostat automatically changes the temperature
setpoint according to the schedule you have programmed.
Changing the setpoint while in AUTO mode will temporarily
bypass the program. It will automatically return to the schedule
at next programmed period.
MAN: Changes to the temperature setpoint must be done
manually.
Program your thermostat
Time/Day
Prog
Mode
Hold the "prog" button for 3 seconds to
enter the programming mode. Period
#1 (P1) for Monday (MO) will appear.
Program your thermostat
The thermostat is preprogrammed with the following schedule:
Use the "clear" button to erase the
selected period.
3 sec.
Tips:
Use the "prog" button to scroll the periods
(P1 to P4) of the day.
While in programming mode,
you can hold the "clear" button
for 3 seconds to clear all the
schedule.
Week days Mo - Fr
Use the or
buttons to change
the selected parameter.
3 sec.
Exit the programming mode and
reenter if you wish to edit the
new schedule day by day. (Ex.:
Erase P2 and P3 for Saturday
and Sunday).
Hold the "prog" button for 3 seconds
to exit the programming mode.
Technical Specifications
Operating voltage: 120/208/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Order
Parameters & settings
1
Temperature format
°C or °F
Default Display
Weekend Sa - Su
P1
6h00
21°
P1
6h00
21°
P2
8h00
17°
P2
---
---
P3
18h00
21°
P3
---
---
P4
22h00
17°
P4
22h00
17°
Advanced Settings
To change the thermostat's settings
you need to:
Time format
24h or 12h
(default : 24h )
Time/Day
3
Prog
Press and hold the "Mode" button for
3 seconds to access the menu.
Then, you can enter the
programs for P1 to P4 for all 7
days at the same time.
Use the "next" button to select the
parameter you wish to change. The
active parameter will be flashing,
meaning it can be changed by using the
or
buttons.
Advanced Settings
Program your thermostat / Advanced Settings
(Default: OFF)
4
Automatic Daylight Saving time*
OFF / ON
5
Early Start**
OFF / ON
Mode
3 sec.
Use the
and
buttons to
change the setting.
Backlight
OFF (active for 6 sec if a button is pressed)
ON (always active)
(default : ON )
(default : OFF )
Control Cycle
6
SHR (short cycle for electric baseboard)
FAN (long cycle for fan forced heat)
Press the "next" button to select the
parameter.
* When Automatic Daylight Saving Time is enabled (ON), the
thermostat automatically detect the DST periods and adjust the time
accordingly.
Press the "Mode" button to exit the
menu and return to normal display.
** When the Early Start functionality is enabled, the thermostat
determines when to start heating in order to obtain the desired
temperature by the time set in your schedule.
Maximum load:
12.5 A / 3000 W @ 240 VAC - Resistive load only
Minimum load:
0.5 A / 120 W @ 240 VAC
Program: 7-day, 4 periods per day
Setpoint range: 5 ˚C to 30 ˚C (41 ˚F to 86 ˚F)
Display range: 0 ˚C to 70 ˚C (32 ˚F to 158 ˚F)
Resolution: ± 0.5 ˚C (± 1 ˚F)
Storage: -20 ˚C to 50 ˚C (-4 ˚F to 122 ˚F)
Compatible with an electric heating system such as:
Ÿ
Baseboard heater
Ÿ
Convector (short cycle)
Ÿ
Fan-forced convector (long cycle)
3-year limited warranty
SINOPÉ TECHNOLOGIES INC. warrants the components of their products
against defects in material and workmanship for a 3 year period from the date
of purchase, under normal use and service, when proof of purchase of such is
provided to the manufacturer. This warranty does not cover any
transportation costs that may be incurred by the consumer. Nor does it cover
a product subjected to misuse or accidental damage. The obligation of
Sinopé Technologies Inc., under the terms of this warranty, will be to supply a
new unit and this releases the manufacturer from paying the installation
costs or other secondary charges linked to replacing the unit or the
components.
For more information, visit our website at:
www.sinopetech.com
660-1120-0002-A
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