SH-RemoStat-F Rev2.cdr - Speedheat underfloor heating

SH-RemoStat-F Rev2.cdr - Speedheat underfloor heating
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KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE
Fixing the Plug-in stand (cont).
Make sure
the stand
faces in
correct
direction.
3.Pull stand out off back
plastic housing.
4.Push the stand horizontally into
the grooves which stored the
stand.
5.Slide the stand down.
6.The stand is now fixed.
PROGRAMMABLE RF-THERMOSTAT
By pressing the stand down, as shown
in the picture, it can be taken off again.
RF Address Code Setting
Programmable RF Thermostat
This Programmable RF Room thermostat consists of a
Transmitter unit (TX) and a Receiver unit (RX) (voltage free
contacts).
If you have more than one RF
thermostat installed in the same
house, or there is a house nearby
where the same unit is installed,
your receiver may be inadvertently
triggered by the other unit.
The installation requires no wiring, but the receiver and
transmitter must be fitted within a range of 30 metres from each
other.
A unique address code is set up as part of the commissioning
procedure to ensure that your RF Receiver only responds to
instructions from it’s corresponding Transmitter (16 Channels).
In that case, select a different RF
address code to prevent this. (The
receiver only responds if the code
setting of the TX is identical).
Blue-backlight & translucent soft keys allow easy operation in dim
Unless fixed to the wall: Mark the
Thermostat with the name of the
room and do not move them from
one room to another!
Technical Data
Transmitter
1. Power Supply: 1.5V AAA Battery (2 for power, 2 for lighting)
2. Battery Life : 1 year typical
- Set Receiver and Transmitter DIP switches to the same settings!
3. Temperature format: °C/°F selectable
4. Clock format : 24/12 Hour selectable.
Floor temperature limit setting
5. Temperature Sampling Rate: 1/min.
6. Switching Differential: 0.5 - 1.0 °C
ON
ON
7. Temperature Control Range: 5 - 35 °C
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
0000
1000
0100
11 00
8. Temperature display Range: 0- 50 °C
9. RF Frequency: ( preset at factory) T868:
868.35 MHz
10. Control Distance: 30m
11. Dimensions : 110.8 (W) x 104 (H) x 21.5 (D) mm
12. Blue LED (System On) indicates if the Heating is On or Off.
13. Red LED indicates RF communication.
Fixing the Plug-in stand.
limitation
ineffective
2.Push upward.
27°C
ON
28°C
ON
ON
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
0010
1010
0110
1110
29°C
30°C
31°C
32°C
ON
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
0001
1001
0101
1101
33°C
1.Insert flat head screwdriver into position as
shown.
26°C
ON
34°C
35°C
ON
36°C
ON
ON
ON
ON
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
0011
1011
0110
1111
37°C
38°C
39°C
40°C
The Green and Red LED will both stay lit if the Dip Switch has
been set incorrectly. No probe: all switches must be set to off.
2
Installing / Replacing the batteries
1. Press
to enter program setting (Temperature Setpoint
will start flashing).
v
or v to set the temperature-setpoint for the 1st
2. Press
program-period.
Pull the flap on the front
plastic housing forward.
3. Press
to start setting the start time for the1st programperiod. (The time digits and “Start Time" will flash.)
Upper compartment:
2 x 1.5V AAA for powering
the transmitter.
4. Press
v
Lower compartment:
2 x 1.5V AAA for backlight.
or
v
to set the start time for the1st program-period.
5. Press
to enter the temperature- setpoint for the 2nd
program-period (You will see the Temperature Setpoint flashing
Again.)
6. Repeat same programming procedure by pressing:
v
Configuration settings
Before starting to program the thermostat, it’s necessary to select
these 6 settings:
Press and hold
for 6 seconds to enter setting selection
mode. Follow the flashing digits or symbols on the display in order
to complete following settings:
twice and then
Copy function (Only available on 7-d Models)
or
v to choose °F or °C setting.
2. Press
to enter next setting (24 Hour / 12 Hour Clock).
or v buttons to make your selection.
Continue using
v
v
3.Press
for next setting and then press
or v buttons
to complete the rest of the configuration settings:
Date -- Year, Month, Day
Clock -- Hour and Minute
Switching differential (Hysteresis)
Filter (Service interval) -- Counts the hours that the transmitter
has been in use. (Smallest time counting unit: 100 hours).
First program one particular day (i.e. complete all Temperature /
Times for each program-period of that day. (Follow the procedure
as described in Programming 7-d ).
Using the selected day as source day for te ' Copy ' function ,you
proceed as follows:
1. Press
2. Press
twice to enter Copy mode. ‘ From ' will flash.
a few times to select the source day.
3. Press
after all settings have been completed.
4. Press
. ‘ To' will start flashing.
v
4.Press
v
7. When programming is completed, press
press
to enter run mode.
v
v
1. C/F: Press
or
to complete all the Temperature Setpoints and Starting Times
for each program-period (and all days of the week or use the
copy function!)
to select the day to copy the program to.
Programming
5.Press
Note:
“Reminder”
upon programming thermostat
6.Repeat from 4. to select more target days or press - to delete a
target day.
In programming-mode, if users want to stop programming the
thermostat, either wait for 30 seconds and the thermostat will
automatically go into run mode, or press the SET key twice and
then press the OK key to set thermostat into run mode.
Let yourself be guided by the flashing display.
Finally press
twice. The program will now be copied from
the source day to the target day(s).
Mode 7-d P4/P6 factory preset
Important
Note: Each day's ending time is at 11:50 PM in12H-Format and
at 23:50 in 24H-Format.
Therefore : you cannot set 12:00 PM (24:00) for NIGHT.
The starting time of the new time-period is automatically the
ending time of the previous time period.
Button Descriptions
v
XXX MHZ
v : Up / Down keys.
Mon ~ Fri
Time
Temperature
MORN(P1)
DAY(P2)
NOON(P3)
BREAK(P4)
EVEN(P5)
NIGHT(P6)
6:00
8:30
12:00pm
2:00pm
4:30pm
10:30pm
21 °C
15.5 °C
21 °C
15.5 °C
21 °C
18.5 °C
Saturday
Time
Temperature
MORN(P1)
DAY(P2)
NOON(P3)
BREAK(P4)
EVEN(P5)
NIGHT(P6)
7:00
8:30
12:00pm
2:00pm
4:30pm
10:30pm
21 °C
21 °C
21 °C
21 °C
21 °C
18.5 °C
Sunday
Time
Temperature
MORN(P1)
DAY(P2)
NOON(P3)
BREAK(P4)
EVEN(P5)
NIGHT(P6)
7:00
8:30
12:00pm
2:00pm
4:30pm
10:30pm
21 °C
21 °C
21°C
21°C
21 °C
18.5 °C
M : Override functions.
Set : Programming functions
v
v
after the target day is selected.
Reset : Reset Thermostat
OK
Ok : Memorize setting and
enter next setting mode.
Programming 7-d Models
Each of the 7 days of the week can be programmed separately.
Follow the flashing display in order to complete the programming.
NOON and BREAK will not appear in P4 mode.
3
6. Whilst Vacation Hold is active, pressing
cancels this override.
Advance Ramping / Comfort Smart Mode
When the temperature has to get to a certain level at a particular
time e.g. 20 °C at 08:00, the thermostat must be programmed at
an earlier time e.g. 07:00 to allow the heating / cooling to get the
room to this temperature. This thermostat has a mode which can
calculate when to switch the heating on in order to reach the given
setpoint at the start of the programmed time period.
immediately
This Mode is called ”Comfort Smart” .
REMINDER
Whilst in Override setup mode, the thermostat will
automatically resume it’s normal program after 30
seconds of no input, unless the setup sequence is
completed!
Comfort Smart can be activated / deactivated by pressing OK
and M simultaneously for 3 seconds. The display will show
“Comfort Smart”.
Pressing the M key will show the three Override
Modes in the display in sequence.
Override Function
--- operation guide to each of 4 Override modes.
Let yourself be guided by the flashing display
functions to set up the override mode.
A. Temporary Override - Change the current temperature setting
until next program time period.
TO ERASE THE MEMORY (EEPROM)
1. Press + or - to adjust the temperature setpoint. (”Temp. Set”
. Temperature will flash.)
Press
and v simultaneously for 6 seconds,
“ Reset ” appears in the display.
2. Wait for 10 seconds. The thermostat will automatically run this
temporary override setpoint or press
to immediately run
This override mode)
Now press “Reset ” button with a pointy object.
3. Whilst Temporary Override is active, pressing
this mode.
All previous settings will be deleted, and the thermostat resumes
back to its factory default settings.
wil cancel
B. Comfort Override -Change current temperature setpoint for
a number of hours.
RECEIVER
The thermostat will resume its normal operation after Comfort
Override execution has stopped .
1. Press
.
TRANSMITTER
THERMOSTAT
v
or v to adjust the temperature setpoint (Temp. Set.
2. Press
temperature flashes.)
7
3. Press
to select the number of hours for ComfortOverride execution.
v
4. Press
or
5. Press
v
6
to set the hours (minimum 1 hour).
Floor
Sensor
to run Comfort Override mode .
230Vac Fused < 16 AMP
6. Pressing
again will cancel the Comfort Override mode.
N
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WIRING
HEATERS
C. Permanent Hold Temperature - Holds the temperature
permanently at the setpoint until canceled.
1. Press
2. Press
again (Disp: ”Permanent Hold Temp.”)
.
3. Press
or v to set desired temperature.
(Temp. Setpoint is flashing)
v
OK
4. Press
to run Permanent Hold Temperature
(Display shows above mode)
Reset
SET
M
again to leave the Permanent Hold Temperature
5. Press
mode.
D. Temperature Until (Vacation Hold)---Hold the setpoint up till
a specified date.
1. Press
3 times. Display “Hold Temp. Until”
v
2. Press
or v to set desired temperature setpoint.
(Setpoint temperature flashes.)
3. Press
function.
v
Press
v
4. Press
to select the end date of the Vacation Hold
or
or
v
to select Month followed by
v again to select Day, again followed by
5. Press ' OK' to run Vacation Hold Mode.
Speedheat Help Line:
.
.
Klimax Manufacturing Ltd.
222 Van Dyk Road,
Boksburg, South Africa
0800 11 22 15
[email protected]
www.speedheat.co.za
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