EB - Therm 800
EB - Therm 800
Multifunctional digital thermostat with four operation modes for DIN installation
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MANUAL EB-Therm 800
EB-Therm 800
Thank you for choosing Ebeco and EB-Therm 800, which we hope will serve
you well for a long time to come.
This is a microprocessor controlled thermostat intended for DIN installation with
a background lit LCD display. There are three operation buttons on the front.
There are four operation modes and several temperature reduction programs to
choose between for energy smart control. Furthermore, it is possible to adapt the
programming to fully suit your own temperature needs.
It is important to read the manual carefully since, for the guarantee to be valid, the
product must be installed and used in accordance with it. This applies to both the
installation electrician and the user of the thermostat.
The manual also contains information on fault tracing as well as technical data. If
you have any questions, please contact us at Ebeco.
Call 031-707 75 50 or send an e-mail to [email protected]
For more information, visit ebeco.com.
This is a high current unit and must therefore be installed according to applicable
regulations and be approved by an authorised electrician.
Contents
Included in the package
Accessories ................................................................................................................................... 4
Installation ................................................................................................................................... 5
Thermostat ....................................................................................................................................... 5
Sensor ................................................................................................................................................ 5
Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 6
Four operation modes .................................................................................................................... 6
Menu navigation ............................................................................................................................. 7
Start menu ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Display mode.....................................................................................................................................9
Functions in display mode.......................................................................................................................... 9
Operation mode ....................................................................................................................... 11
Main menu ..................................................................................................................................... 11
Temperature menu ................................................................................................................................... 11
Program menu ........................................................................................................................................... 12
System setting menu ................................................................................................................................ 15
Operation mode Cooling......................................................................................................... 18
Main menu ..................................................................................................................................... 18
Temperature menu ................................................................................................................................... 18
Program menu ........................................................................................................................................... 18
System setting menu ................................................................................................................................ 21
Operation mode Industry........................................................................................................ 24
Main menu ..................................................................................................................................... 24
Temperature menu ................................................................................................................................... 24
Program menu ........................................................................................................................................... 26
System setting menu ................................................................................................................................ 27
Operation mode Max/Min ...................................................................................................... 29
Main menu ..................................................................................................................................... 29
Temperature menu ................................................................................................................................... 29
Program menu ........................................................................................................................................... 30
System setting menu ................................................................................................................................ 31
Fault tracing ............................................................................................................................... 34
Technical data ........................................................................................................................... 35
Included in the package
3. Sensor cable 3 m E 85 816 71
1. Thermostat E 85 816 10
2. Quick guide
Accessories
Depending on how you are going to use your thermostat, you may need to
complement it with some of the parts below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. Sensor cable 3 m (High temperature sensor) E 85 816 73
You need to use this part if you are going to control temperatures above +75 °C.
2. Sensor cable 6 m (Low temperature sensor) E 85 816 84
3. Encapsulated sensor IP20/ IP54 E 85 816 22
You need to complement with this part if you are using the thermostat as a room thermostat
or in connection with the max/min program for roof installations. It must be permanently in
the shade, e.g. on the north side or a shade side. Ensure that it is not affected by heat emittance
from the building or a heating cable.
4. Roof sensor, E 89 350 75
You need to complement with this moisture sensor if you are using the moisture function in the
max/min program for roof installations.
5. Ground sensor, E 85 801 01
You need to complement with this sensor if you are using the moisture & temperature function
in the max/min program for ground installations.
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Installation
Thermostat
EB Therm 800 must be installed on a DIN standard rail (EN 50022-35) in a normskåp
with the applicable encapsulation class. EB Therm 800 is IP20 classed and intended
for installation in environments with a temperature range of -20 °C to +45 °C.
The thermostat has 14 terminal blocks numbered according to the wiring diagram below:
L N
10
1
NC
11
2
12
3
13
NO
LOAD
16A
4
5
6
ALARM
7
B
8
- C+
9
14
A
24 V DC
NO
REMOTE
not in
max/min
The incoming phase and
neutral are connected to
terminals 1 and 2.
Terminals 3 and 4 are the relay
that regulates the load.
Sensor A is connected to
5 and 6.
Sensor B is connected to
7 and 8.
A possible external alarm
is connected to terminals
10 and 11.
Sensor C (moisture) is
connected to 12 and 13.
Sensor
A possible remote control
unit is connected to 9 and 14.
If the EB Therm 800 is going to be used as a floor heating thermostat, connect
the room sensor as A, and the floor sensor as B. If you are installing a floor that
requires over heating protection, connect the room sensor as A and the over
heating protection as B.
Install the floor sensor in a spiral tube (E89 605 41) recessed in the floor. The end of
the tube must be sealed to facilitate possible replacement of the sensor.
Place the room sensor so that it is not exposed to direct sunlight or draught. If the
room sensor is installed in an appliance box, it must be sealed to prevent the air
temperature being affected by draught.
For other types of operation and control, the temperature sensor can be
installed as either A, B or A+B. For operation type max/min, the moisture sensor
(E89 350 8935075) can also be installed as sensor C. You give the location of
the sensor in the START MENU. The high temperature sensor (E85 816 73) is
recommended for temperatures above +75 °C. Only one high temperature sensor
can be connected. It must always be connected as B, terminal block 7 and 8.
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
The manual, like the thermostat, is divided into four operation modes so
that you only need to read about the functions you will use. The thermostat
operation mode can only be installed in the start menu, which is shown the
first time the thermostat is started (read more about the start menu on page 8)
or after it has been reset.
Four operation modes
HEATING
Operation mode HEATING is used in homes, offices,
storerooms and such like. With this operation mode, you
can regulate the heating within a temperature range of
+5 °C to +45 °C. The thermostat can be used as a floor
thermostat, room thermostat or room thermostat with
over heating protection for wood floors. The energy
saving program is primarily adapted for home and
office environments, but can also be used for regulating
heating levels in, for example, storerooms.
COOLING
Operation mode COOLING is used in homes, offices,
storerooms and such like. In this operation mode, the
thermostat works as a room thermostat for regulating
air conditioning or other cooling within a temperature
range of +5 °C to +45 °C. Energy saving programs are
primarily adapted for home and office environments but
can also be used for cooling, for example, storerooms.
INDUSTRY
Operation mode INDUSTRY is used to regulate the
temperature of industrial processes, high temperatures
or for the frost protection of sensitive installations.
Temperatures within the ranges -15 °C to +75 °C and
0 °C to +170 °C can be regulated in this mode or the
range can be limited to between -10 °C and +15 °C
for frost protection purposes. It is also possible to
adjust temperature hysteresis and set upper and lower
temperature alarms.
MAX/MIN
The Max/Min operating position is mainly used to keep
roof and ground surfaces free of snow and ice. The
temperature range is adjustable between -20 °C and
+10 °C. For the best results and the best energy saving,
combined temperature and humidity control should
be used in the Max-/Min position, with associated Roof
Sensor (E 89 350 75) or Ground Sensor (E 85 801 01).
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Menu navigation
The functions in EB Therm 800 are arranged in a system of menus and sub­menus.
The Main menu always contains three submenus TEMP, PROGRAM and SYSTEM.
There are further choices under these.
The first time the thermostat is started, a number of requisite values must be set
in the START menu (see page 8). The START menu is then not shown again: the
thermostat always opens in display mode (see page 9).
The thermostat has two modes for background lighting, full and half strength.
If no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds, the background lighting reverts to half
strength. By pressing one of the three buttons, you can change to full strength;
the thermostat remains in display mode.
The menus are reached by pressing
a second time in display mode.
or
to move the
The top row is always the name of the menu you are in. Use
round marker; the marked line you are on blinks. Press
to select the marked
alternative. At the bottom of each menu there is an EXIT, which returns you to the
previous menu.
To reset the thermostat to factory settings, use the RESET function, which you can
read more about on page 16.
MARKER
MENU SELECTION
This button moves you
down in the menus or
reduces values.
START UP
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
MODE
This button opens
a new menu or
confirms a change.
MENU NAME
MARKED
SUBMENUS
BLINK
This button moves
you up in the menus
or increases values.
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Start menu
The start menu is used to quickly and simply set the three requisite basic settings;
it is only shown the first time the thermostat is switched on (or if the thermostat is
fully reset using the reset function). Begin by choosing a language, continue with
the date and time setting, and finish off by setting operation mode and sensor.
The headings in grey are the menu name used in the thermostat.
1
Language setting LANGUAGE
You can choose between several languages; the factory setting is English.
Set the required language by scrolling through them using the
or
button and confirm with .
2
Date & time DATE/TIME
The time and date must be set in order for the program functions to work
correctly. The thermostat automatically sets the day of the week and
summer and winter time (this function can later be switched off later if so
desired).
The value that is blinking can be decreased or increased using the
or
button; when the required setting is made, confirm it with
and the next
value will start to blink. Repeat this procedure until all the values are set. Start
by setting the applicable date, month and year. Then set hours and minutes.
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Operation mode OPERATION MODE
There a four operation modes: HEATING, COOLING, INDUSTRY or MAX/MIN. The
operation mode can only be selected in the start menu and cannot be
changed after this menu is left.
The settings for heating and cooling are for regulating the temperature in
home, office and storeroom environments or similar. The industry mode is
used for controlling industrial processes and high temperatures or to safeguard sensitive installations against frost damage. Max/Min is used above
all to keep roof and ground surfaces free of snow and ice.
Set the required operation mode by scrolling through them using the
or
button and confirm with . When you have selected the mode that
best suits your needs, configure the sensors for your installation. Read more
about sensor settings under the section for the operation mode you have
selected.
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Exit the start menu EXIT
When you have made all the settings, press EXIT to leave the start menu; by
pressing YES you come directly to DISPLAY MODE, which is the "normal" mode
for the thermostat.
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Display mode
The display mode is the thermostat's "normal" mode; the most important
settings, statuses and functions are shown and set here. The display shows,
alternatingly, the set point and current values at the same time as it always
shows the operation mode and if the installation is switched on or off. The
set point is the desired value, whereas the current value is the temperature or
moisture status at this point in time.
OPERATION MODE
PROGRAM
SET POINT
HEAT
PERSONAL
TMP +20.0
IDLE
HEADING
SENSOR
RM 20.5
CURRENT VALUE A*
IDLE
CURRENT VALUE B*
CURRENT VALUE C*
ON or OFF
ON or OFF
* CURRENT VALUE A shows the temperature at sensor A and CURRENT VALUE B shows
the temperature at sensor B. CURRENT VALUE C shows whether moisture is detected by
sensor C. The current value is only shown for the sensors that are installed and activated.
Functions in the display mode
The display mode contains six functions: OVERVIEW, MAIN MENU, CONNECTION
shortcut to TEMP menu and set point, shortcut to LANGUAGE menu and
­ TANDBY MODE.
S
TIME,
30 seconds after the last button press, the thermostat always returns to display
mode, irrespective of where in the menus you are. If you are ever unsure of whether
you are in the required menu or setting, you can always let the thermostat return
to display mode; no settings are then saved (if you have not pressed to confirm),
and you can start again from the beginning.
3 s]
Overview [press
To quickly and easily gain an overview of the thermostat settings, press
for three seconds to activate the overview function. You can then use
and
to browse through the thermostat settings. To return to display mode,
press
or wait thirty seconds.
Main menu [press ]
When the thermostat is in display mode, press
to go to the main menu.
From the main menu, you can reach all settings (read more about the main
menu under the section for the selected operation mode). To return to the
display mode, wait thirty seconds or EXIT.
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Connection time [press ]
To see the total and momentary connection times*, press
when the
thermostat is in display mode. The counter shows the total hours the
thermo­stat has been connected for as well as the momentary time, in the
same way as a vehicle trip meter, i.e. the number of hours the installation
has been connected for since the counter was reset. The connection time is
used to calculate the energy consumption** of the installation.
The momentary counter is reset in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and
COUNTER; both counters are reset if the thermostat is reset to factory settings.
To return to display mode, press
or wait thirty seconds.
*Connection time = the time that the thermostat has been activated, i.e. how long
the heating or cooling installation has been connected for.
**Energy consumption (kWh) = Installed effect (kW) x Connection time (h)
Shortcut to language setting [press
3 s]
To change the language setting without going through the menu system,
press
when the thermostat is in display mode. Then you come directly
to the language menu (read more about the language menu under the
section concerning the selected operation mode).
Shortcut to temperature setting [press
3 s]
To quickly change the temperature setting without going through the
main menu, go to display mode and press
for three seconds; this takes
you directly to temperature setting (set point).
3 s]
Standby mode [press
When the thermostat is in standby mode, the temperature is not regulated
and the screen is inactive, but the clock runs as usual and all the settings are
stored in the memory. Note that the thermostat is still supplied with electricity.
Standby mode is set from the display mode by pressing
for three
seconds; you are then asked if you want to switch off the thermostat. If
you select YES standby mode is activated; if you select NO (or wait thirty
seconds) the thermostat returns to display mode. To exit standby mode,
press any button. This will return you to display mode.
Now we have gone through everything that is required to go directly to the
operation mode you will use in the thermostat. There, you can read more about
all the functions and how to set them to get the most out of your thermostat.
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Operation mode Heating
Heating mode is used in homes, offices, storerooms and such like.
With this operation mode, you can regulate the heating within a
temperature range of +5 °C to +45 °C. The thermostat can be used as a
floor thermostat, room thermostat or room thermostat with over heating
protection for wood floors. The energy saving program is primarily
adapted for home and office environments, but can also be used for
regulating heating levels in, for example, storerooms.
Main menu MAIN MENU
contains three submenus: TEMP, PROGRAM, SYSTEM and EXIT, which returns you to display mode.
MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU
TEMP
TEMP
OH
PROTECTION
EXIT
PROGRAM
SYSTEM
EXIT
MANUAL
HOME
OFFICE
HOLIDAY
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
S/W TIME
SENSOR
DISPLAY MODE
PERSONAL
HOTEL
EXIT
ADAPTIVE
VENT
RESET
EXIT
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains the functions that in some way concern direct
temperature regulation. This is where the set point and, if applicable, over heating
protection are set. The temperature menu is reached via TEMP in the MAIN MENU.
Set point TEMP
The set point setting is under TEMP in the temperature menu. Set the required
temperature by pressing
or
and confirm by pressing . The set point can
be set to an accuracy of 0.5 degrees within the range +5 °C to +45 °C; it is preset
to +22 °C.
Over heating protection OH PROTECTION
Over heating protection works as a floor temperature limiter; if you have a wood
or laminate floor, you must always use a room sensor with over heating protection
to ensure that the floor material is safeguarded against over heating and damage.
Over heating protection is under OH PROTECTION under TEMP. The limitation can be
set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The factory setting is +35 °C, which gives a surface
temperature of about +27 °C.
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The surface temperature is an average value and varies somewhat depending
on the material and the thickness. Denser (harder) wood insulates less than
softer wood, which increases the surface temperature. Also, the thinner the floor,
the higher the surface temperature.
Two sensors are required for over heating protection: a room sensor (sensor A)
and an over heating protection sensor (sensor B).
Program menu PROGRAM
A smart way of saving energy is to adapt the heating to suit the needs throughout the day and, for example, lower the temperature when there is nobody
home. There are four different ways of lowering the temperature: two preset programs for home or office environments, one program for personal settings and
a frost protection program. There is no need to consider the heating time when
programming since the thermostat has an adaptive function that applies this
automatically.
The programs are in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM. To change program, browse
using
or
and select using . The manual program is the factory setting, i.e.
you set the required temperature (set point) and the thermostat maintains that
temperature.
Program for home environment HOME
The temperature is lowered automatically by 5 °C at the following times:
Monday–Friday 08:30–15:00 and every day between 23:00–05:00.
The home environment program is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Select HOME
using
and a message is shown for two seconds to confirm that the program
has been activated. You can then see in display mode that the program is active
when HOME is shown on the second row.
The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat works
from the temperature that is set in the manual program where the factory setting
is +22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or the set point
in the TEMP menu, the thermostat works from the new temperature, and lowers
the temperature by +5 °C from the newly set temperature.
Program for office environment OFFICE
The temperature is lowered automatically by 5 °C apart from at the following times:
Monday–Friday 06:00–18:00.
The office environment program is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Select OFFICE
using
and a message is shown for two seconds to confirm that the program
has been activated. You can then see in display mode that the program is active
when OFFICE is shown on the second row.
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The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat works
from the temperature that is set in the manual program where the factory setting
is +22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or the set point
in the TEMP menu, the thermostat works from the new temperature, and lowers
the temperature by +5 °C from the newly set temperature.
Holiday program HOLIDAY
This program is intended for saving energy and safeguarding against frost
damage in premises that are empty or unused for long periods, such as holiday
homes and storerooms, or unusually long periods of absence from home. The
holiday program can be controlled via a remote control unit. There are three
menu alternatives to choose between under HOLIDAY: ACTIVATE, CHANGE and RESET.
HOLIDAY is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. The temperature can be set between
+5 °C and +20 °C; the factory setting is +12 °C.
ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE, and from there you can choose to use TIMER
SETTING. If you want to start the program without the timer function, select NO and
the program will then be active until another program is started. If you select YES,
the program will remain active for the selected time and will then return to the
previously used program.
The first time the program is used, the time and temperature must be set under
CHANGE. All the settings are saved in the memory and are not lost even if a
power cut occurs, but, in this case, the clock must be reset to obtain normal
functionality again.
CHANGE
To make changes to the settings, select CHANGE; TEMP is used to set the temperature
you want the thermostat to maintain when the program is activated, TIMER is used
to reset the current start and stop times; REMOTE is used to activate remote control
if applicable.
RESET
There is also a reset function, which resets the program to the factory setting, +12
°C, and deletes all the time settings.
REMOTE CONTROL
The holiday program can be controlled via a remote control unit. The unit is
connected to the applicable terminal block; see the wiring diagram. The holiday
program is activated when the remote control input is closed, and is deactivated
when it is opened again. The thermostat then returns to its previous setting.
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Personal program [PERSONAL]
Manual setting of the program allows optimisation of energy consumption to suit
just your needs by making settings for four events each day: WAKE, AWAY, HOME
and NIGHT. There are three menu alternatives to choose between: ACTIVATE, CHANGE
and RESET.
The personal program PERSONAL is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C; the factory setting is +22 °C.
ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE and remains active until another program is
started. All the settings are saved in the memory and are not lost even if a power
cut occurs for a period longer than two days, but, in this case, the clock must be
reset to obtain normal functionality again.
CHANGE
To set your personal program go in under CHANGE. There are different ways of
setting the various events; you can choose to program day by day, weekend
(Saturday and Sunday) or the whole week. It is normally easiest to set the whole
week first and then adjust this for the days requiring a different setting.
When you have decided on the day(s) the event shall be set for, set the time of day
they shall occur at and the required floor temperature at that time.
Start by setting the time, which is blinking. Browse with the
or the
button to
the time you want the event WAKE to occur. First set hours, confirm with , then
minutes, confirm with . Browse to the required temperature for WAKE. Confirm
and AWAY then shows. Repeat the steps above to set the time and temperawith
ture, and HOME then shows. Repeat the steps above to set the time and temperature,
and NIGHT then shows. Repeat the steps above to set the time and temperature.
RESET
There is also a reset function, which resets the program to the factory setting, +22 °C,
and deletes all the time settings.
Program for hotel environments HOTEL
This program allows you to control the heating via external card readers with
a delay time, since the thermostat has an integrated time relay function. The
temperature settings change automatically when the hotel guest comes into or
leaves the room and the delay time is fully adjustable, making it easy to decide
how long the heating is to keep running after the guest has left the room.
The Hotel program can be found under PROGRAMS in the MAIN MENU. You select
HOTEL with
. This displays the different settings that you can make in the program. There are three settings to choose from: +HEAT, LOW TEMP and ACTIVATE.
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+HEAT
Time relay, Off-delay: adjustable from 0 to 4 hours. The factory setting is 2 hours.
LOW TEMP
Set point can be set to between +5 °C and +20 °C. The factory setting is +15 °C.
ACTIVATE
You start the program with ACTIVATE and the program will remain active until you
choose to start another program. All settings are saved in the memory and they
will not be lost even if the power is cut for longer than 48 hours, but you will
need to reset the clock for everything to function normally again. For two seconds, you see a message confirming that the program has been activated. You
can then see that the program is active because HOTEL is shown on the second
line in display mode.
HIGH TEMP
The temperature can be set to between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat reacts
based on the temperature that is set in the manual program, where the factory
setting is +25 °C. If the temperature is changed in the manual program, or the
set point is changed in the TEMP menu, the thermostat will react based on the
new temperature.
REMOTE CONTROL
The Hotel program is controlled by a remote control device, such as a card reader,
connected to the designated terminal blocks. The thermostat switches from low
to high temperature when the device’s input circuit closes. When the input circuit
opens, the thermostat returns to the “low” set point after the set time.
System setting menu SYSTEM
Under system settings, you will find settings for, for example, language and date,
as well as resetting functions for the time counter and for complete resetting to
factory settings. The system settings are under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Language LANGUAGE
You can choose between several languages; the factory setting is English.
Set the required language by scrolling through them using the
and confirm with .
or
button
for three seconds).
You can also use the shortcuts in the display mode (press
Then you go directly to the language menu. A practical function if you, by
mistake, set the wrong language and then have difficultly finding the language
menu again.
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Date and time DATE/TIME
A set time and date can be changed if needed, for example, if the electrical supply
to the thermostat was disrupted for a period of more than fifty hours. The setting
function then comes up automatically.
You will find date and time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/TIME.
Change the value that blinks with either
or
and confirm with .
Summer and winter time S/W TIME
The thermostat calendar and clock are automatically set to summer and winter
time but the function can, if it is not required, be switched off.
Summer and winter settings are in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM; select S/W TIME.
Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu and select OFF, a message is
shown for a short time confirming that the function is switched off. Activate the
function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
Sensor settings SENSOR
The thermostat can regulate temperature in three ways to accommodate both
comfort temperature and possible temperature requirement for floor material.
The sensor settings are in the SYSTEM menu under SENSOR, and there select the
sensor you want to use by browsing with
or
and confirm with .
Adaptive function ADAPTIVE
The thermostat has a function that calculates when heating should be started to
provide the required temperature at the right time. The function is activated on
delivery, but can be switched off as required.
You will find the settings for adaptive function in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM,
and there you select ADAPTIVE. Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu
and select OFF, a message is shown for a short time confirming that the function is
switched off. Activate the function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
Ventilation mode VENT
If the room temperature sinks by more than 3 °C in a minute, for example, when
airing, ventilation mode is activated. The thermostat then deactivates heating for
15 minutes, after which it returns to the same setting; ventilation mode shows in
the display when it is activated. The function is activated on delivery, but can be
switched off as required.
You will find the settings for adaptive function in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM,
and there you select ADAPTIVE. Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu
and select OFF, a message is shown for a short time confirming that the function is
switched off. Activate the function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
FLOOR THERMOSTAT
The most common installation that suits most rooms and needs. A sensor placed
in the floor measures the temperature and regulates the heating.
Note that the sensor measures the temperature below the surface; if the
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thermostat is set as a floor thermostat, this is the temperature that you set in the
TEMP menu and not the temperature in the room or on the surface of the floor.
ROOM THERMOSTAT
If the room is very large or has large areas of glass, it can sometimes be better to
regulate the heating via a room sensor. A complementary sensor (E 85 816 22) is
then required. When the thermostat is set as a room thermostat, it is the room
temperature that is set in the TEMP menu.
ROOM THERMOSTAT WITH OVER HEATING PROTECTION
If you have a wood or laminate floor, you must use this installation to safeguard
the floor material against over heating and damage. The preset temperature
limitation setting is +35 °C. Read more about over heating protection in the
section Temperature menu. A complementary sensor (E 85 816 22) is then required.
Reset RESET
There are three choices under the reset menu: CONN TIME, OP MODE and FAC SET.
You will find the RESET menu under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Reset connection time CONN TIME
The connection time is shown in hours; as with a vehicle trip meter, it shows the
number of hours an installation has been connected for since it was last reset. This
is beneficial if you want to calculate the energy consumption for a certain period.
The thermostat also has a counter that cannot be reset, which shows the total
hours the installation has been connected for.
To see the total and momentary connection times, press when the thermostat is
in display mode.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET; from here, select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset the operation mode settings OP MODE
You can reset the settings in OP MODE HEATING. All programs are reset and the
temperature and sensor settings return to the output values. Resetting does not
affect the choice of OP MODE, LANGUAGE or setting for DATE/TIME.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET, and there select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset factory settings FAC SET
The thermostat can be entirely reset to factory settings. All programmed data is
deleted and the start up menu is opened. If you choose to reset the thermostat,
it is important to know the operation mode it uses and the configuration of the
sensors.
The only way to change operation mode is to reset to the factory settings.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET; from here select FACTORY
and confirming
with .
SETTINGS. This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
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Operation mode Cooling
Operation mode Cooling is used in home, office, storeroom environments and
such like. In this operation mode, the thermostat works as a room thermostat
for regulating air conditioning or other cooling within a temperature range of
+5 °C to +45 °C. Energy saving programs are primarily adapted for home and
office environments but can also be used for cooling, for example, storerooms.
Main menu MAIN MENU
contains three submenus: TEMPERATURE, PROGRAM, SYSTEM and EXIT,
which returns you to display mode.
MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU
TEMP
TEMP
PROGRAM
SYSTEM
EXIT
MANUAL
HOME
OFFICE
HOLIDAY
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
S/W TIME
SENSOR
DISPLAY MODE
PERSONAL
ADAPTIVE
EXIT
VENT
RESET
EXIT
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains the functions that in some way concern direct
temperature control; this is where the set point is set. The temperature menu is
reached via TEMP in the MAIN MENU.
Set point TEMP
The set point setting is under TEMP in the temperature menu. Set the required
temperature by pressing
or
and confirm by pressing . The set point can
be set to an accuracy of 0.5 degrees within the range +5 °C to +45 °C; it is preset
to +22 °C.
Program menu PROGRAM
A smart way of saving energy is to adapt the air conditioning to the needs throughout the day and, for example, lower the temperature when there is nobody there.
There are four different ways of raising the temperature: two preset programs for
home or office environments, one program for personal settings and a holiday
program.
There is no need to consider the cooling time when programming since the
thermo­stat has an adaptive function that applies this automatically.
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The programs are in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM. To change program, browse
using
or
and select using . The manual program is the factory setting, i.e.
you set the required temperature (set point) and the thermostat maintains that
temperature.
Program for home environment HOME
The temperature is raised by 5 °C at the following times:
Monday–Friday 08:30–15:00 and every day between 23:00–05:00.
The home environment program is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Select HOME
using
and a message is shown for two seconds to confirm that the program
has been activated. You can then see in display mode that the program is active
when HOME is shown on the second row.
The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat works
from the temperature that is set in the manual program where the factory setting
is +22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or set point in
the TEMP menu, the thermostat works from the new temperature, and lowers the
temperature by +5 °C from the new temperature.
Program for office environment OFFICE
The temperature is raised automatically by 5 °C apart from at the following
times:
Monday–Friday 06:00–18:00.
The office environment program is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Select OFFICE
using
and a message is shown for two seconds to confirm that the program
has been activated. You can then see in display mode that the program is active
when OFFICE is shown on the second row.
The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat works
from the temperature that is set in the manual program where the factory setting
is +22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or set point in
the TEMP menu, the thermostat works from the new temperature, and lowers the
temperature by +5 °C from the new temperature.
Holiday program HOLIDAY
This program is intended for protection against over heating of, for example,
electronic equipment in premises that are empty or unused for long periods,
such as holiday homes and storerooms, or longer periods of absence from the
normally used accommodation. The holiday program can be controlled via a
remote control unit. There are three menu alternatives to choose between under
HOLIDAY: ACTIVATE, CHANGE and RESET.
HOLIDAY is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. The temperature can be set between
+20 °C and +40 °C; the factory setting is +27 °C.
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ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE, and from there you can choose to use TIMER
SETTING. If you want to start the program without the timer function, select NO and
the program will then be active until another program is started. If you select YES,
the program will remain active for the selected time and will then return to the
previously used program.
The first time the program is used, the time and temperature must be set
under CHANGE. All the settings are saved in the memory and are not lost even
if a power cut occurs, but, in this case, the clock must be reset to obtain normal
functionality again.
CHANGE
To make changes to the settings, select CHANGE; TEMP is used to set the temperature you want the thermostat to maintain when the program is activated, TIMER is
used to reset the current start and stop times; REMOTE is used to activate remote
control if applicable.
RESET
There is also a reset function, which resets the program to the factory setting, +27 °C,
and deletes all the time settings.
REMOTE CONTROL
The holiday program can be controlled via a remote control unit. The unit is connected to the applicable terminal block; see the wiring diagram. The holiday
program is activated when the remote control input is closed, and is deactivated
when it is opened again. The thermostat then returns to its previous setting.
Personal program PERSONAL
Manual setting of the program allows optimisation of energy consumption to suit
just your needs by making settings for four events each day: WAKE, AWAY, HOME
and NIGHT. There are three menu alternatives to choose between: ACTIVATE, CHANGE
and RESET.
The personal program PERSONAL is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C; the factory setting is +22 °C.
ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE and it remains active until another program
is started. The first time the program is used, the time and temperature must be
set under CHANGE. All the settings are saved in the memory and are not lost even
if a power cut occurs for a period longer than two days, but, in this case, the clock
must be reset to obtain normal functionality again.
CHANGE
To set your personal program, go in under CHANGE. There are different ways of
setting the various events; you can choose to program day by day, weekend
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(Saturday and Sunday) or the whole week. It is normally easiest to set the whole
week first and then adjust this for the days requiring a different setting.
When you have decided on the day(s) the event shall be set for, set the time of day
they shall occur at and the required room temperature at that time.
Start by setting the time, which is blinking. Browse with the
or the
button to the time you want the event WAKE to occur. First set hours, confirm
with , then minutes, confirm with . Browse to the required temperature for
WAKE. Confirm with
and AWAY then shows. Repeat the steps above to set
the time and temperature, and HOME then shows. Repeat the steps above to
set the time and temperature, and NIGHT then shows. Repeat the steps above
to set the time and temperature.
RESET
There is also a reset function, which resets the program to the factory setting, +22 °C,
and deletes all the time settings.
System setting menu SYSTEM
Under system settings, you will find settings for, for example, language and date,
as well as resetting functions for the time counter and for complete resetting to
factory settings. The system settings are under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Language LANGUAGE
You can choose between several languages; the factory setting is English.
Set the required language by scrolling through them using the
and confirm with .
or
button
for three seconds).
You can also use the shortcuts in the display mode (press
Then you go directly to the language menu. A practical function if you, by mistake, set the wrong language and then have difficultly finding the language menu
again.
Date and time DATE/TIME
A set time and date can be changed if needed, for example, if the electrical supply
to the thermostat was disrupted for a period of more than fifty hours. The setting
function then comes up automatically.
You will find date and time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/TIME.
Change the value that blinks with either
or
and confirm with .
Summer and winter time S/W TIME
The thermostat calendar and clock are automatically set to summer and winter
time but the function can, if it is not required, be switched off.
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Summer and winter settings are in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM; select S/W TIME.
Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu and select OFF, a message is
shown for a short time confirming that the function is switched off. Activate the
function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
Sensor settings SENSOR
The sensor settings are in the SYSTEM menu under SENSOR, and there select the
or
and confirm with .
sensor you want to use by browsing with
The thermostat works as a Room thermostat and measures the temperature using
a room sensor. When the thermostat is used to regulate cooling, the room sensor
can be installed either as A or B. It is only possible to use one sensor at a time, but
if there are two sensors installed you can switch between A and B.
Adaptive function ADAPTIVE
The thermostat has a function that calculates when heating should be started to
provide the required temperature at the right time. The function is activated on
delivery, but can be switched off as required.
You will find the settings for adaptive function in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM,
and there you select ADAPTIVE. Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu
and select OFF, a message is shown for a short time confirming that the function is
switched off. Activate the function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
Ventilation mode VENT
If the room temperature increases by more than 3 °C in a minute, for example, when
airing, ventilation mode is activated. The thermostat then deactivates heating for
15 minutes, after which it returns to the same setting; ventilation mode shows in
the display when it is activated. The function is activated on delivery, but can be
switched off as required.
You will find the settings for adaptive function in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM,
and there you select ADAPTIVE. Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu
and select OFF, a message is shown for a short time confirming that the function is
switched off. Activate the function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
Reset RESET
There are three choices under the reset menu: CONN TIME, OP MODE and FAC SET.
You will find the RESET menu under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Reset connection time CONN TIME
The connection time is shown in hours; as with a vehicle trip meter, it shows the
number of hours an installation has been connected for since it was last reset. This
is beneficial if you want to calculate the energy consumption for a certain period.
The thermostat also has a counter that cannot be reset, which shows the total
hours the installation has been connected for.
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To see the total and momentary connection times, press when the thermostat is
in display mode.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET; from here, select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset the operation mode settings OP MODE
The settings can be reset in OP MODE COOLING. All programs are reset and the
temperature and sensor settings return to the output values. Resetting does not
affect the choice of OP MODE, LANGUAGE or setting for DATE/TIME.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET, and there select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset factory settings FAC SET
The thermostat can be entirely reset to factory settings. All programmed data
is deleted and the start up menu is opened. If you choose to reset the thermostat, it is important to know the operation mode it uses and the configuration of
the sensors.
The only way to change operation mode is to reset to the factory settings.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET; from here select FACTORY
SETTINGS. This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming
with .
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Operation mode Industry
Operation mode Industry is used to regulate the temperature of industrial
processes, high temperatures or for the frost protection of sensitive
installations. Temperatures within the ranges -15 °C to +75 °C and 0 °C to
+170 °C can be regulated in this mode or the range can be limited to between
-10 °C and +15 °C for frost protection purposes. It is also possible to adjust
temperature hysteresis and set upper and lower temperature alarms.
Main menu MAIN MENU
The MAIN MENU contains three submenus: TEMPERATURE, PROGRAM and SYSTEM.
once. Use the
From display mode, go to the MAIN MENU by pressing
buttons to move between the menus and confirm using .
or
MAIN MENU
If you do not press a button for 30 seconds, the thermostat returns to display
mode; you can also return to display mode by selecting EXIT.
TEMP
PROGRAM
SYSTEM
EXIT
TEMP
TEMP HYS
ALARMS
EXIT
LOW TEMP
HIGH TEMP
FROST PRO
EXIT
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
S/W TIME
SENSOR
RESET
DISPLAY MODE
EXIT
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains the functions that in some way concern direct
temperature regulation. This is where the set point, hysteresis and temperature
alarm are set. The temperature menu is reached via TEMP in the MAIN MENU.
Set point TEMP
The set point can be set to an accuracy of 0.5 degrees and is set in two overlapping
ranges. The lower temperature range is from -15 °C to +75 °C and the upper
from 0 °C to +170 °C. The factory setting is +40 °C or +100 °C depending on the
temperature range selected.
The set point setting is under TEMP in the TEMP menu. Set the required temperature
by pressing
or
and then confirm with .
* Read more about temperature hysteresis and how to set it on page 23.
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Temperature hysteresis TEMP HYS
The thermostat can be prevented from switching on and off the effect too often
by increasing the temperature hysteresis.
The hysteresis is the range the current value is permitted to deviate from the set
point without the thermostat switching on or off the effect. A set hysteresis value
of 0.3 °C and a set point of +40.0 °C means that the temperature (current value)
can vary between +39.7 °C and +40.3 °C.
The hysteresis can be increased if the system does not operate smoothly, i.e. the
thermostat continually switches on and off the effect. Excessive switching increases
wear on the relay and reduces the service life of the thermostat considerably.
The hysteresis setting is in the TEMP menu under TEMP HYS; increase and decrease
the value using
or
and then confirm with . The factory setting is +0.8 °C
and is set in steps of 0.5 °C. The max value is +10.3 °C and the min is +0.3 °C.
Temperature alarm ALARM
EB Therm 800 has both an upper and a lower temperature alarm. If the temperature
exceeds or falls below the set temperature, the installation is switched off, the
alarm circuit is opened and the display shows an alarm message at the same
time as the background lightning blinks. The menu settings are accessed as usual
by pressing .
The temperature alarm is not activated in the factory settings. The function is in
the ALARM menu under TEMP in the MAIN MENU. Activate the temperature alarm in
the ALARM menu under ON/OFF, and there select ON to activate it. To deactivate it,
select OFF. The message that the alarm is on or off is shown for two seconds.
SUB TEMPERATURE ALARM SUB TEMP
If the temperature (current value) falls below the set alarm temperature, the
installation is switched off, the alarm circuit is opened and the display shows SUB
TEMP ALARM at the same time as the background lighting blinks. The menu settings
are accessed as usual by pressing . When the temperature rises above the set
alarm temperature again, or if the alarm temperature is set to below the current
value, the alarm circuit closes and the installation returns to normal operation.
The factory set sub temperature limit is +40 °C and the high temperature limit is
+100 °C.
EXCESS TEMPERATURE ALARM EXCESS TEMP
If the temperature (current value) exceeds the set alarm temperature, the
installation is switched off, the alarm circuit is opened and the display shows
EXCESS TEMP ALARM at the same time as the background lighting blinks. When
the temperature falls below the set alarm temperature again, or if the alarm
temperature rises above the current value, the alarm circuit closes and the
installation returns to normal operation.
The factory set sub temperature limit is +60 °C and the excess temperature limit
is +150 °C.
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Program menu PROGRAM
To be able to measure the temperature as accurately as possible, there are two
temperature ranges, one from -15 °C to +75 °C and one from 0 °C to +170 °C.
There is also a frost protection program to enable sensitive installations to be
safeguarded against frost in a simple manner.
The low temperature and frost programs are in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM.
To change program, browse using
or
and select with . The low temperature program is set at the factory.
The high temperature sensor (see below) must be connected and activated to
activate the high temperature program. If the high temperature sensor is not
activated in the start menu, it can be activated from the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and SENSOR; here select B: HIGH TEMP.
IMPORTANT – The sensor that is provided with EB Therm 800 is intended for the
low temperature and frost protection program, and must not be used with the
high temperature program. The sensor for the high temperature program is not
included in the package, but must be ordered separately; it has part number
E 85 816 73. Only one high temperature sensor can be connected. It must always
be connected as B, terminal block 7 and 8.
Low temperature program LOW TEMP
This program limits the temperature range to between -15 °C and +75 °C. This
program is provided for two reasons, partly to minimise the risk of the wrong
sensor being used, which would damage the installation, and because the
different temperature ranges demand sensors with different characteristics.
Select the lower temperature range in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM and LOW
program is preselected but can be changed to the frost protection or
high temperature program at any time.
TEMP. This
Frost protection program FROST PRO
The program is intended for the frost protection of installations or pipes and limits
the settable temperature range to between -10 °C and +15 °C. The values can be
set with an accuracy of 0.5 degrees and the factory setting is +5 °C.
Select the program in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM and FROST PRO. It is pre­
selected but can be changed to the frost protection or high temperature program
at any time.
High temperature program HIGH TEMP
This program limits the temperature range to between 0 °C and +170 °C. This
program is provided for two reasons, partly to minimise the risk of the wrong
sensor being used, which would damage the installation, and because the
different temperature ranges demand sensors with different characteristics.
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System setting menu SYSTEM
Under system settings, you will find settings for, for example, language and date,
as well as resetting functions for the time counter and for complete resetting to
factory settings. The system settings are under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Language LANGUAGE
You can choose between several languages; the factory setting is English.
Set the required language by scrolling through them using the
and confirm with .
or
button
for three seconds).
You can also use the shortcut in the display mode (press
Then go directly to the language menu. A practical function if you, by mistake, set
the wrong language and then have difficulty finding the language menu again.
Date and time DATE/TIME
A set time and date can be changed if needed, for example, if the electrical supply
to the thermostat was disrupted for a period of more than fifty hours. The setting
function then comes up automatically.
The date and time setting is in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/TIME. Change
the value that blinks with either
or
and confirm with .
Summer and winter time S/W TIME
The thermostat calendar and clock are automatically set to summer and winter
time but the function can, if it is not required, be switched off.
Summer and winter settings are in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM; select S/W TIME.
Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu and select OFF, a message is
shown for a short time confirming that the function is switched off. Activate the
function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
Sensor settings SENSOR
The thermostat uses external sensors that can be installed either asA or B. It is only
possible to use one sensor at a time, but if there are two sensors installed, you can
switch between A and B.
The sensor settings are in the SYSTEM MENU under SENSOR, and there select the
sensor you want to use by browsing with
or
and confirm with .
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Reset RESET
There are three choices under the reset menu: CONN TIME, OP MODE and FAC SET.
The RESET menu is under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Reset connection time CONN TIME
The connection time is shown in hours; as with a vehicle trip meter, it shows the
number of hours an installation has been connected for since it was last reset. This
is beneficial if you want to calculate the energy consumption for a certain period.
The thermostat also has a counter that cannot be reset, which shows the total
hours the installation has been connected for.
To see the total and momentary connection times, press when the thermostat is
in display mode.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET; from here, select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset the operation mode settings OP MODE
Settings can be reset in OP MODE INDUSTRY. All programs are reset and the
temperature and sensor settings return to the output values. Resetting does not
affect the choice of OP MODE, LANGUAGE or setting for DATE/TIME.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET, and there select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset factory settings FAC SET
The thermostat can be entirely reset to factory settings. All programmed data is
deleted and the start up menu is opened. If you choose to reset the thermostat,
it is important to know the operation mode it uses and the configuration of the
sensors.
The only way to change operation mode is to reset to the factory settings.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET; from here select FACTORY
SETTINGS. This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming
with .
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Operation mode Max/Min
The Max/Min operating position is mainly used to keep roof and ground
surfaces free of snow and ice. The temperature range is adjustable between
-20 °C and +10 °C. For the best results and the best energy saving, combined
temperature and humidity control should be used in the Max-/Min position,
with associated Roof Sensor (E 89 350 75) or Ground Sensor (E 85 801 01).
To use the thermostat in Max/Min mode for roof installation, you will
probably need to complement with IP54 outdoor encapsulation (E 85 816 22)
and Roof sensor (E 89 350 75). The encapsulation should be placed where it is
permanently shady, e.g. on the north side or shady side. Ensure that it is not
affected by heat emittance from the building or a heating cable.
Main menu MAIN MENU
The MAIN MENU contains three submenus: TEMPERATURE, PROGRAM and SYSTEM.
once. Use the
From display mode, go to the MAIN MENU by pressing
button to move between the menus, and confirm using .
or
If you do not press a button for 30 seconds, the thermostat returns to display
mode; you can also return to display mode by selecting EXIT.
MAIN MENU
TEMP
RANGE
PROGRAM
TIMER
EXIT
SYSTEM
EXIT
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
S/W TIME
SENSOR
+HEATING
RESET
EXIT
DISPLAY MODE
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains the functions that in some way concern direct
temperature regulation. This is where the temperature range and temperature
hysteresis are set. The temperature menu is reached via TEMP in the MAIN MENU.
Temperature range RANGE
You find the temperature range settings under TEMP in the temperature menu.
This function is used to set the temperatures which the thermostat is active
between. The max value is the upper temperature in the range and min value is
the lower temperature.
If the max value is set to +2 °C and the min value to -10 °C, the thermostat is
activated when the temperature falls to +2 °C; if it falls further, to below -10 °C,
the thermostat is deactivated again until the temperature rises to within the set
temperature range.
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Set the required max temperature by pressing
or
and confirm with
, then set the required min temperature in the same way. The values can be set
with an accuracy of 0.5 degrees, and the factory settings are max +2 °C and min
-10 °C. Both max and min temperatures can be set between +10 °C and -20 °C.
Two sensors can be installed on the thermostat. If two sensors are used
simultaneously, the temperature must be within the set range for both sensors
for the thermostat to be activated.
Program menu PROGRAM
In Operation mode MAX/MIN, there is a timer program that makes it possible to
customise snow melting further in order to save energy.
You will find TIMER under PROGRAM in MAIN MENU.
Timer TIMER
A smart way of saving energy is to adapt snow melting to your needs over a
24‑hour period. Up to four on and off switchings can be programmed in the timer
program, i.e. it will only be active during certain periods of the day or during
certain days. There are three menu alternatives to choose between: ACTIVATE,
EVENTS and RESET.
The TIMER function is under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. To start the timer program,
select TIMER and then ON; to switch off the timer, select OFF. When OFF or ON have
been selected, a message is shown for two seconds confirming that the function
has been activated or deactivated. In the factory settings, the temperature alarm
is deactivated.
ACTIVATE
The program is started with the activate function, and it remains active until
another program is started. The first time the program is run, the times must be
set under EVENTS. All the settings are saved in the memory and are not lost even
if a power cut occurs, but, in this case, the clock must be reset to obtain normal
functionality again.
EVENTS
To set the TIMER program, go to CHANGE or EVENTS. There are different ways of
setting the various program events: you can choose to program day by day,
weekend (Saturday and Sunday) or the whole week. It is normally easiest to set
the whole week first and then adjust this for the days requiring a different setting.
When you have selected the day(s), set the number of events (max 4) and the
times during the day they shall occur. Browse with the
or
button to
change the number events, and confirm using .
To set an event, start by setting the time, which is blinking. Browse with the
or the
button to the time you want the event ON to occur. First set hours,
confirm with
, then minutes, confirm with
. Repeat the steps above to
set OFF.
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Example: You want snow melting to be deactivated between 22:00 and 04:00 and
between 11:00 and 15:00 every day, i.e. the installation shall be active between
04:00–11:00 and 15:00–22:00. First select WEEK and then 2 EVENTS. The first event
is ON at 04:00 and OFF at 11:00. The second event is ON at 15:00 and OFF at 22:00.
RESET
There is also a reset function, which resets the program to the factory setting,
Max +2 °C and Min -10 °C, and deletes all the set events.
System setting menu SYSTEM
Under system settings, you will find settings for, for example, language and date,
as well as resetting functions for the time counter and for complete resetting to
factory settings. The system settings are under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Language LANGUAGE
You can choose between several languages; the factory setting is English.
Set the required language by scrolling through them using the
and confirm with .
or
button
for three seconds).
You can also use the shortcut in the display mode (press
Then go directly to the language menu. A practical function if you, by mistake, set
the wrong language and then have difficulty finding the language menu again.
Date and time DATE/TIME
A set time and date can be changed if needed, for example, if the electrical supply
to the thermostat was disrupted for a period of more than fifty hours. The setting
function then comes up automatically.
The date and time setting is in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/TIME. Change
the value that blinks with either
or
and confirm with .
Summer and winter time S/W TIME
The thermostat calendar and clock are automatically set to summer and winter
time but the function can, if it is not required, be switched off.
Summer and winter settings are in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM; select S/W TIME.
Switch off the function under ON/OFF in the menu and select OFF, a message is
shown for a short time confirming that the function is switched off. Activate the
function in the opposite way by selecting ON.
Sensor settings SENSOR
The sensor settings are in the SYSTEM MENU under SENSOR, and there select
the sensor you want to use by browsing with
or
and confirm with .
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Temperature, A and B
The thermostat uses external sensors that can be installed as A or B. If there are
two sensors installed, it is possible to switch between A, B or A & B.
Moisture sensor, C
The thermostat uses moisture sensor C together with temperature sensor A.
Delay +HEATING
The delay can be set to ensure that the entire installation is free of snow and ice
before the thermostat is switched off. When the moisture sensor no longer detects
moisture, the thermostat will remain active for the set time, before it switches
off. The need for delay varies depending on the installation and the location of
the sensor.
A delay of up to four hours can be set, in intervals of 30 minutes. The factory
setting is zero.
Reset RESET
There are three choices under the reset menu: CONN TIME, OP MODE and FAC SET.
The RESET menu is under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Reset connection time CONN TIME
The connection time is shown in hours; as with a vehicle trip meter, it shows the
number of hours an installation has been connected for since it was last reset. This
is beneficial if you want to calculate the energy consumption for a certain period.
The thermostat also has a counter that cannot be reset, which shows the total
hours the installation has been connected for.
To see the total and momentary connection times, press when the thermostat is
in display mode.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET; from here, select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset the operation mode settings OP MODE
Settings can be reset in OP MODE MAX/MIN. All programs are reset and the
temperature and sensor settings return to the output values. Resetting does not
affect the choice of OP MODE, LANGUAGE or setting for DATE/TIME.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM menu under RESET, and there select CONN TIME.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
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Reset factory settings FAC SET
The thermostat can be entirely reset to factory settings. All programmed data
is deleted and the start up menu is opened. If you choose to reset the thermostat, it is important to know the operation mode it uses and the configuration of
the sensors.
The only way to change operation mode is to reset to the factory settings.
The reset function is in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET; from here select FAC SET.
This is preset to NO and is changed to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
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Fault tracing
Message
Cause
DISRUPTION ON SENSOR A
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 5 and 6 is not
correctly connected or is damaged.
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 7 and 8 is not
correctly connected or is damaged.
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 5 and 6 is not
correctly connected or is damaged.
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 7 and 8 is not
correctly connected or is damaged.
DISRUPTION ON SENSOR B
SHORT CIRCUIT ON
SENSOR A
SHORT CIRCUIT ON
SENSOR B
DATE/TIME
[setting blinks]
SET: LANGUAGE – DATE/
TIME – OPERATION MODE
– SENSOR
EXCESS TEMP ALARM
[blinking display]
SUB TEMP ALARM
[blinking display]
OVER HEATING
PROTECTION ACTIVE
If the thermostat has been without electrical supply for
50 hours, the reserve supply has run out. This means
that the processor that runs the clock has stopped and
that the date and time must be reinstalled. All other
settings are still saved in the memory.
Set the date and time, and the thermostat will
operate normally again.
If you have forgotten to make a setting in the start
up menu, you must go back in the menu and make
the setting before you can exit start up mode.
Means that the current value has exceeded the set
alarm temperature. The thermostat switches of the
load but otherwise works as usual until the current
value sinks below the set alarm temperature or the
alarm temperature is set above the current value.
Means that the current value has fallen below the set
alarm temperature. The thermostat breaks the load
but otherwise works as usual until the current value
rises above the set alarm temperature or the alarm
temperature is set below the current value.
If the text is shown in the display mode, this means
that the current value in the floor has exceeded the
set temperature for the over heating protection. The
thermostat switches of the load but otherwise works
as usual until the current value sinks below the set
alarm temperature or the alarm temperature is set
above the current value.
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Technical data
Voltage
Break-off capacity
Power consumption
Application range
Low temperature range
High temperature range Roof sensor, moisture
Connection cable
Loading
Connection difference
Encapsulation class
Reserve power
Max length, sensor cable
Alarm relay
Installation
Ambient temperature
230 VAC +/- 10 % ~ 50 Hz
3680 W/16 A/230 VAC
2.5 W
-20 °C to +170 °C divided into two ranges
-20 °C to +75 °C – Sensor type NTC
0 °C to +170 °C – Sensor type PTC
24 VDC, NO
max 2.5mm²
cos φ = 1
Adjustable +/- 0.3 to 10.3 °C
IP20
50 hours
50 m, 2x1.5 mm²
2 A/120 VAC Normal connection
Standard DIN-rail EN 50022-35
-20 °C to +45 °C
Test value for NTC sensor
Test value for PTC sensor
-10 °C
55.3 kΩ
+70 °C
1392 Ω
0 °C
32.6 kΩ
+90 °C
1591 Ω
+10 °C
18.0 kΩ
+110 °C
1805 Ω
+20 °C
12.1 kΩ
+130 °C
2023 Ω
+25 °C
10.0 kΩ
+150 °C
2211 Ω
Certification: EMC/2500 VAC RoHS WEEE CB 63.5
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Unit dimensions drawing
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