ES-TC TIMECLOCK Extra Low Voltage User Control

ES-TC TIMECLOCK Extra Low Voltage User Control
The EMC Directive
2004/108/EC
The Low Voltage
directive
2006/95/EC
ES-TC
TIMECLOCK
Extra Low Voltage User Control
ES-TC Timeclock
Connect the other end of the data cable
to the inverter, remove the plug from the
data cable and terminate, following the
instructions provided with the inverter.
Figure 1.
Designed to be compatible with the
Ecosmart system, this timeclock is
supplied with a pre-plugged, 10 metre
length of communications cable. Note:
longer lengths are available if required.
The unit operates with Safe Extra Low
Voltage (SELV) with power supplied from
the fan unit via the communications cable.
The ES-TC timeclock will switch the
system on and off at pre-determined
times set by the user.
This digital timeclock will override the
user control for effective on/off
operation.
The timeclock operates on Safe Extra
Low Voltage and is powered from the fan
control module. The connection is made
into any ‘NET’ socket on the fans integral
control module.
Unit dimensions & weights
Place thumb in the cable entry
hole on the back side of the
cradle and pull sharply up
Figure 4.
a) Removing the mounting cradle from
the backing plate on the rear of the
control. Insert your thumb in a cable
entry hole and lift sharply. See figures 1
and 2. Offer the cradle to the selected
mounting position, mark and fix.
C
Figure 2.
B
A
Unit Dims.
Parts check list:
Always handle the controls carefully to
avoid damage and distortion.
Installation
The installation must be carried out by
competent personnel in accordance with
the appropriate authority and conforming
to all statutory and governing regulations
i.e. IEE, CIBSE, CCHSE, HVCA etc.
The unit is suitable for indoor use only.
Mount on a secure, vibration free vertical
surface away from any direct source of
heat and areas where it would be
subjected to waterspray. The maximum
permissible ambient temperature is 40oC.
C
75
Weight
0.25 Kg
b) Draw approx. 75mm of data cable
through the cradle and plug in to the rear
socket of the control, paying particular
attention to plug/socket colour code for
correct orientation.
Figure 3.
Figure 5.
Cover
Drill 2 holes in wall
surface for 6mm dia.
wallplugs (supplied).
Cable entry
54
Handling
B
23
Drill pattern & fixing detail
Remove mounting cradle from backing plate
to affix to selected mounting position
147 Cover open
l 1 off ES-TC Timeclock.
l 1 off 10 metre length of plugged
SELV cable.
A
163
Power
Statu
s
97 mm fixing ctrs
163 mm overall
Cable
entry
Front of Control being removed
from backing plate
c) Clip the control into the cradle.
Data cable installation
d) Removing the control module from
the backing plate. Press firmly on either
side of the control, strain sharply across
to the right and lift the left hand side of
the control module out. See figure 3.
A 4-core 10 metre length of SELV data
cable is used to connect devices. Longer
lengths are available if required.
Do not run data cable in the same conduit
as the mains cables and ensure there is a
50mm separation between the data cable
and other cables. The maximum cable run
between any two devices is 300m when
it is installed in accordance with the
instructions.
The matched frequency inverter will have
been pre programmed to suit the user
control prior to delivery.
Install the inverter in accordance with
the instructions provided with it.
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Installation and Maintenance
ES-TC Timeclock - Extra Low Voltage User Controls
Operating the control
Note: The switched live signal operates independently from
other enablers. Individual fans can be switched ‘ON’ via the
switched live even if the ES-TC is in the ‘OFF’ position.
The ES-TC can pre-set the operating signal to ‘TRICKLE’ or
‘BOOST’ (see setting ‘ON’ level). However, if another device
is connected which can set the fan speed (eg. CO2 sensor or
User control etc.) the ES-TC setting will be ignored.
Follow the instructions to set the time/weekday etc and
program your chosen on/off times etc.
On the fascia a Green LED indicates unit is working.
If the ‘STATUS’ LED shows Red it indicates a fault in the
system.
The ES-TC provides a signal to operate the Ecosmart fans
linked via the ‘NET’ connections. If the ES-TC is in the ‘OFF’
position, this will override other enabling devices such as
ES-PIR.
Basic Operating Functions
Setting the Time
B
Screen is set to Auto mode
(See basic operating instructions)
Off On Auto Time
Off On Auto Time
15:54
Option will flash
to show state of
timer
10:04
Pressing the buttons together
will display the set clock option
Automatic mode
has been selected
Pressing the centre
button selects
the next operating mode
Set clock
Off On Auto Time
Press the button to see the
Time setting
15:54
Manual OFF mode
is selected
Time
15:54
Pressing the centre
button selects
the next operating mode
Increase or decrease by
pressing either button.
Hold button down to run quickly
through hours. Shorter presses
set minutes
Off On Auto Time
15:54
Off On Auto Time
Manual ON mode
is selected
15:54
Pressing the centre
button selects
the next operating mode and brings us
back to
When you are finished, fix the
chosen Time by pressing the
centre button to exit
programming mode or
press to continue to program
other settings
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ES-TC Timeclock - Extra Low Voltage User Controls
Setting the Weekday
Setting the Program
Screen is set to Auto mode
(See basic operating instructions)
Screen is set to Auto mode
(See basic operating instructions)
Off On Auto Time
Off On Auto Time
10:04
10:04
Pressing the buttons together
will display the set clock option
Pressing the
buttons together
will display the set clock option
Set clock
Set clock
Press the button twice to
move to program setting
Press the button twice to
move to program setting
Set program
Set weekday
Press button to see the program
setting (21 programs)
Press button to select the
weekday option
Program 1
Mon 8:50 10:27
Weekday
Wed
Press button and the
weekday will flash
Press the or button to
select the weekday required
Day
Tue 8:50 10:27
Off On Auto Time
Wed
Press the or button to
select the day required
When you are finished, fix the
chosen weekday by pressing the
centre button to exit programming
mode or press
to continue to program
other settings
On time
Tue 8:50 10:27
Press the button and the
On time will flash
Note: The Weekday setting will flash
alternately with the Time setting.
To set the time see previous notes.
On time
Tue 8:50 10:27
Press the or button to
select the On time required
Off time
Tue 8:50 10:27
Press the button and the
Off time will flash
Off time
Tue 8:50 17:25
Press the or button to
select the Off time required
When you are finished, fix the chosen program
by pressing the centre button to exit program
mode or press to continue programming
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ES-TC Timeclock - Extra Low Voltage User Controls
Cancelling a Program
SettingSon the level
Screen is set to Auto mode
(See basic operating instructions)
Note: The On level is only used when the
system is operated without a manual speed
control function in the system. The On level
will be overridden by any speed control or
User control in the system
Screen is set to Auto mode
(See basic operating instructions)
Off On Auto Time
10:04
Pressing the buttons together
will display the set clock option
Off On Auto Time
Set clock
10:04
Pressing the
buttons together
will display the set clock option.
Press the button twice to
move to program setting
Set clock
Set program
Press the
button three times
to see the Set On level option
Press button to see the program
setting (21 programs)
Program 1
Mon 8:50 10:27
Set on level
Press button and the
weekday will flash
Press
button to select
Level set
Day
Unused
On level
Boost
Press the buttons until
UNUSED is shown
Set Trickle or Boost by
pressing either
buttons
Off On Auto Time
Off On Auto Time
10:04
10:04
Press the centre
button
to exit programming and return to
normal menu
When you are finished, fix the
chosen On level by pressing the
centre
button
Maintenance
Service Enquiries
The user control does not require any maintenance. However,
for optimum performance, it is advisable to remove any
accumulated dust with a low power vacuum cleaner.
Nuaire can assist you in all aspects of service. Our Technical
Support department will be happy to provide any assistance
required.
Note: Installation and Maintenance of the equipment must
be as directed in the instructions provided with the unit.
Telephone 029 2085 8400
Fax 029 2085 8444
Warranty
The 5 year warranty starts from the day of delivery and
includes parts and labour for the first year.
The remaining 4 years covers replacement parts only.
The warranty is subject to the equipment having been installed
and maintained in full compliance with these instructions.
Technical or commercial considerations may, from time to time, make it necessary to alter the design, performance and
dimensions of equipment and the right is reserved to make such changes without prior notice.
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