INS992 TLSWHB.indd

INS992 TLSWHB.indd
Installation notes
Wiring diagram
Plated heater boost / multi-selector switches
Heater Boost / Multi-selector
LIVE
L
~ 230 Vac
TLSW HB
TLSW MS
SL
N
NEUTRAL
LOAD
NEUTRAL
Troubleshooting
The heater boost / multi-selector switch resets itself off:
• The supply to the heater boost / multi-selector switch must be
permanent, it should not be wired in series after another timer
device.
The main heating timer is not functioning:
• The heater boost / multi-selector switch can only be wired in
parallel with relay output timer units, otherwise the output of the
other timer may be damaged.
Precautions and Warranty
This product conforms to BS EN 60669-2-1.
Please ensure the most recent edition of the appropriate local wiring regulations are observed
and suitable protection is provided e.g. 13 amps over current, 1kV over voltage. Please ensure
that this device is disconnected from the supply if an insulation test is made.
This product is covered by a warranty which extends to 5 years from the date of manufacture.
Products available from DANLERS
• PIR occupancy switches • Daylight linked dimmers • Manual high frequency dimmers
• Photocells • Radio remote controls • Time lag switches • Outdoor security switches
• Dimmers • Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning controls • Bespoke / O.E.M. products
Please call for more information or a free catalogue, or visit our website.
DANLERS Limited, Vincients Road, CHIPPENHAM, Wiltshire, SN14 6NQ, UK.
Telephone: +44 (0)1249 443377 Fax: +44 (0)1249 443388
E-mail: sales@danlers.co.uk Web: www.danlers.co.uk
Company Registered Number 2570169 VAT Registration Number 543 5491 38
23/08/13
INS992 TLSWHB
TLSW HB BP TLSW HB BP1246
TLSW MS1246
DANLERS plated heater boost/multi-selector switch can be mounted
onto a standard back box and needs a neutral connection. It can switch
a resistive heating load up to 3kW. The plate incorporates four red
LEDs, each representing a different remaining time range. Each time
the button is pressed the remaining time advances to the next value,
giving a longer time lag. If the button is pressed when the fourth LED
is lit the load is switched off. The switches can be wired in parallel with
any other relay output timers as a manual override.
The four time lags periods are as follows:
TLSW HB
Marked ‘Heating boost’ plate with ¼, ½, 1
and 2 hour periods
TLSW MS
Marked plate with ¼, ½, 1 and 2 hour periods
TLSW MS1246
Marked plate with 1, 2, 4 and 6 hour periods
TLSW HB BP
Blank plate with ¼, ½, 1 and 2 hour periods
TLSW HB BP1246 Blank plate with 1, 2, 4 and 6 hour periods
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These switches can only be connected to a 230V, 50Hz ac supply.
They can switch up to 13 amps (3000W) of resistive loads
Or they can also switch up to 1 amp (250W) of fans
For larger loads they can be used to operate a contactor.
Installation procedure
1. Please read these notes carefully before commencing work.
In case of doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
Make sure the power is isolated from the circuit.
Remove the top and bottom lugs if using a 4 lug metal back box.
2. The TLSW HB / MS switches have a terminal block on the reverse,
which should be connected as shown in wiring diagram overleaf:
L
Live input
SL Switched Line output
N
Neutral (two neutral terminals are available)
3. Turn on the supply and test the function of the switch.
Installation notes
Wiring diagram
Plated heater boost / multi-selector switches
Heater Boost / Multi-selector
LIVE
L
~ 230 Vac
TLSW HB
TLSW MS
SL
N
NEUTRAL
LOAD
NEUTRAL
Troubleshooting
The heater boost / multi-selector switch resets itself off:
• The supply to the heater boost / multi-selector switch must be
permanent, it should not be wired in series after another timer
device.
The main heating timer is not functioning:
• The heater boost / multi-selector switch can only be wired in
parallel with relay output timer units, otherwise the output of the
other timer may be damaged.
Precautions and Warranty
This product conforms to BS EN 60669-2-1.
Please ensure the most recent edition of the appropriate local wiring regulations are observed
and suitable protection is provided e.g. 13 amps over current, 1kV over voltage. Please ensure
that this device is disconnected from the supply if an insulation test is made.
This product is covered by a warranty which extends to 5 years from the date of manufacture.
Products available from DANLERS
• PIR occupancy switches • Daylight linked dimmers • Manual high frequency dimmers
• Photocells • Radio remote controls • Time lag switches • Outdoor security switches
• Dimmers • Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning controls • Bespoke / O.E.M. products
Please call for more information or a free catalogue, or visit our website.
DANLERS Limited, Vincients Road, CHIPPENHAM, Wiltshire, SN14 6NQ, UK.
Telephone: +44 (0)1249 443377 Fax: +44 (0)1249 443388
E-mail: sales@danlers.co.uk Web: www.danlers.co.uk
Company Registered Number 2570169 VAT Registration Number 543 5491 38
23/08/13
INS992 TLSWHB
TLSW HB BP TLSW HB BP1246
TLSW MS1246
DANLERS plated heater boost/multi-selector switch can be mounted
onto a standard back box and needs a neutral connection. It can switch
a resistive heating load up to 3kW. The plate incorporates four red
LEDs, each representing a different remaining time range. Each time
the button is pressed the remaining time advances to the next value,
giving a longer time lag. If the button is pressed when the fourth LED
is lit the load is switched off. The switches can be wired in parallel with
any other relay output timers as a manual override.
The four time lags periods are as follows:
TLSW HB
Marked ‘Heating boost’ plate with ¼, ½, 1
and 2 hour periods
TLSW MS
Marked plate with ¼, ½, 1 and 2 hour periods
TLSW MS1246
Marked plate with 1, 2, 4 and 6 hour periods
TLSW HB BP
Blank plate with ¼, ½, 1 and 2 hour periods
TLSW HB BP1246 Blank plate with 1, 2, 4 and 6 hour periods
Loading
These switches can only be connected to a 230V, 50Hz ac supply.
They can switch up to 13 amps (3000W) of resistive loads
Or they can also switch up to 1 amp (250W) of fans
For larger loads they can be used to operate a contactor.
Installation procedure
1. Please read these notes carefully before commencing work.
In case of doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
Make sure the power is isolated from the circuit.
Remove the top and bottom lugs if using a 4 lug metal back box.
2. The TLSW HB / MS switches have a terminal block on the reverse,
which should be connected as shown in wiring diagram overleaf:
L
Live input
SL Switched Line output
N
Neutral (two neutral terminals are available)
3. Turn on the supply and test the function of the switch.
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