T S N r Current High Setting Temp Temp Temp Temp Temp MPRT RF 0 0 2 4 2 4 0 6 2 4 6 6 WIRELESS PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED HEAT FRI SAT SUN THU USER INSTRUCTIONS OFF MAN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUNCurrent H TIMES MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Time Current Time MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN OKCurrentM Current Time TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK Current TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR Time ABOUT YOUR MPRT RF 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 8 10 12 014 216 418 620 822102412 14 16 18 20 22 24 0 122 144 16 618 820 10 8 10 22 12 24 14 16 18 20 22 24 Use or H H to set L the “High” temperature. Your have now set your high temperature. MM screen returns to normal. PressOKOK . The TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK The MPRT RF consists of a room unit and a relay box. TO CHANGE VALUE H PRESS OR 1 Hr The ROOM UNIT is programmable a room thermostat. LL 1 Hrset your “Medium” To Htemperature, follow the same procedure as It measures the temperature of your room and then controls the above except press OK M instead of H . heating to maintain the room at the chosen temperature. OK M IMPORTANT : Do not place or ﬁt the ROOM UNIT where it will be 1 Hr “Low” temperature, OKfollow L Mthe same procedure as To set your High Setting Setting PRESS OK &High CONTINUE affected by heat from radiators, sunshine, 1 Hr above except press TO instead of H OR. LACCEPT TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS 1 Hr or other heat source. High Setting L TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS TO OKOK ACCEPT & MCONTINUE PRESS OK TO1 ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS TO OKACCEPTTime & CONTINUE PRESS OK Hr TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR HEAT HEAT TIMES TIMES TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK OFFVALUE PRESS TO CHANGE OR OFF MAN MAN HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES OFF MAN HEAT TIMES High Setting OFF MAN OFF MAN HEAT TIMES OFF MAN TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR HEATING TIMES 3 SETTING YOUR 1 Hr L TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK TO CHANGE VALUE PRESSHigh OR Setting RELAY BOX ROOM UNIT Press . HEAT TIMES H MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK TO OFF CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR This screen OK MAN appears: MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN The relay box is wired to your heating equipment by your electrician. The room unit communicates with the relay box by radio waves, thus switching on/off your heating. If your MPRT RF has already been installed you need only follow the section ‘THREE EASY STEPS’, to operate your heating. M MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN FOR LOW PRESS “L”, FOR MEDIUM PRESS “M”, FOR HIGH PRESS “H” TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK L 1 Hr FOR LOW PRESS “L”, FOR “M”,PRESS FOR 12 HIGH PRESS “H” FOR “L”,14 FOR MEDIUM 0 MEDIUM 2 4 PRESS 6 LOW 8 10 16 18 PRESS 20 22“M”,24FOR HIGH PRESS “H” TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OKTO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK NOTE: H TO ACCEPT & If CONTINUE PRESSabove OK the screen appears without the days of the week displayed it H MON TUE WED means the room unit has been set every M up to give the same temperatures ever THU FRI SAT SUN OK OK day.0If you wish to change this set up to enter for individual days press M 2 4 6 8 110 12 014 216 418 620 8221024H12 14 16 18 20 22 24 HrH L to exit. Then press and together and hold down for 10 seconds. 1 Hr L daily 0 2 4 Press 6 8 10 to12enable 14 HOK 16 18 time 20 settings. 22 24 Press OK toMaccept. M Now press and follow H the instruction below. 1 Hr L above process.) On your room unit you set the value of three temperatures, Low, M programme each day (To revertFOR to OK the repeat the 1 Hr same LOW PRESSL“L”, FOR MEDIUM PRESS “M”, FOR HIGH PRESS “H” FOR LOW PRESS “L”, FOR MEDIUM PRESS “M”,HEAT FOR HIGH PRESS “H” TIMES HEAT TIMES OFF MAN “THREE EASY STEPS” HEAT TIMES OFF MAN OFF MAN 1 Hr 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 OFF MAN This screen appears: HEAT TIMES 1 Hr OK H Current M Temp Current Time TO CHANGEL VALUE PRESS OR H 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 OK 2 4 M 16 18 20 22 24 H HEAT HEAT TIMES TIMES HEAT HEAT TIMES TIMES 0 OFF OFF MAN MAN OFF MAN High Setting OFF MAN 2 This screen OK appears:M L HEAT TIMES 6 8 10 H2 4 6 8 10 0 2 4 6 8 10 HM Current Hr button M can L now be used to toggle The 1OK Smart-Start between Temp active and deactivated. Low Setting 1 Hr 0 0 2 4 6 24 OFF MAN OFF MAN TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN 0 HEAT OFF TIMES MAN FOR LOW PRESS “L”, FOR MEDIUM PRESS “M”, FOR HIGH PRESS “H” 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 4 12 function 14 16 18 20 22 enabled 2412 14 and 16 18 20 22 To toggle the Smart-Start between disabled, 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 hold 1 Hrand down H OK M L for 10 seconds. TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR 6 2 SETUP UP FOR SMART-START. OK MON WED HighTUE Setting THU FRI SAT SUN 4 0 SAT SUN STARTSMART START SMART START SAT SUNthat the “SMART START” variesSAT theSUN start-up times toSMART ensure build12 14 16 18 20 22 24 ing achieves temperature by the required time. SAT SUN SMART START The smart start system is continually learning the temperature rise requirement, delaying the start up of the system, therefore saving energy during milder weather. HEAT TIMES 2 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 . 0 6 SMART START HEAT TIMES 2 SETTING YOUR 3 TEMPERATURES H 4 SMART START 12 14 16 18 20 22 2412 14 16 18 20 22 24 OFF MAN Press SMART START SAT SUN HH HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES OFFOFF MAN MAN 10 OFF MAN SAT SUN OK M TUE WED 1 Hr Use andHH to alter the blinking text (hours). PressOKOK toMM LMON THU FRI SAT SUN Hr proceed to minutes and change using 1 Current andH . L H Time 1and Hr PressOKOK toMproceed to day and change using . LL M 1 Hr H OK M Press OK . M TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK 1 Hr L L set and 1 Hr time is now OK M The the screen returns to normal. TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR 1 Hr TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK L 1 Hr L TO CHANGE VALUE PRESS OR 1 Hr L OFF MAN OFF MAN SMART START L If1 Hr you are not happy with the temperatures on SAT anySUN particular day, SAT SUN SMART START you can change them. For example, in12the14ﬁgure 16 18 below, 20 22 to 24 change the settings on the left (LLLLLLMHHLL) to those on the right you would press the button sequence LLLLLMMHHHH TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK HEAT TIMES OFF MAN HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES 0 MON WED HighTUE Setting THU FRI SAT SUN When the daily programme is enabled, the bar graph shows the L temperatures for the 24 hours of Monday. A Low temperature is 0 2 4 6 8 10 0 2 4 6 8 10 indicated by H, a Mid temperature by , and a High temperature 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 20 22 24 by . If you are happy with the temperatures18 entered for Monday, press OK . M H SAT SUN SMART START Tuesday’s temperatures appear. L 8 10these00temperatures If1 Hr you 0 are 2 happy 4 H 6 with 10 OK0 again, 22 44 66 88press 10 2 M4 and 6 so 8 on to Sunday. 6 8 10 0 2 4 6 8 10 L M screen returns to normal.1 Hr Press OK . The OFF MAN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Hold down for 5 seconds. L HEAT TIMES 1 SETTING THE CLOCK HEAT TIMES M OK TO ACCEPT & CONTINUE PRESS OK 1 Hr High Setting 2 OFF MAN OFF HEAT MAN TIMES Medium and High. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “Low” is typically a night setting, “Medium” an afternoon setting, Current and “High” a morning and evening setting.Temp Your room unit will then operate your heating to maintain these temperature settings. Follow steps 1 to 3 below. 0 OFF MAN HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES 2 8 10 4 L6 0 SMART 2 4 4SUN 0 0 2 SAT 6 6 8 81010 0 START 2 4 8 10 2 4 0 6 2 4 8 10 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 H OTHER SIMPLE FUNCTIONS HEAT TIMES OFF MAN 0 M OK ONE HOUR OF HIGH TEMPERATURE. If you press 1 Hr you will get L an hour of High heat, irrespective orH whether your times are set for Low or Mid heat. If you want to cancel this function you simply press . OK M HEAT TIMES OFF MAN HH HEATHEAT TIMESTIMES 1 Hr MANUAL OVERRIDE. L If you hold forOK 5OK seconds, MM the room unit will go into manual mode. In this mode there is only one temperature. Press either1 Hr1 Hr or H toL see L this temperature change. Set it to the temperature you require. The thermostat will continue H M at this temperature until you deactivate to control yourOKheating manual override by pressing . OK M OFF OFF MANMAN HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES OFF MAN OFF MAN L 1 Hr HEAT TIMES H 1 Hr L DEACTIVATING YOUR HEATING: 2 4 6 8 10 0 OFF MAN MORE ADVANCED FUNCTIONS H RELAY BOX OPERATION 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 2 Relay 4 Box 6 has 8 10 14 16 18 20 22 24 Once0 your been12 installed, PRESS TO ALTER YOUR HEATING TIMES H PRESS TO ALTER YOUR “HIGH” TEMPERATURE it becomes part of your heating PRESS equipment. BOTH TOGETHER TO SET/VIEW CLOCK PRESS TO DEACTIVATE HEATING, OR HOLD operates automatically. OK M PRESS TO ALTER YOUR “MID” TEMPERATURE FOR 5 It SECONDS FOR MANUAL OVERRIDE OFF MAN PRESS FOR 1 HOUR OF HIGH TEMPERATURE 1 Hr L RELAY BOX PRESS TO ALTER YOUR “LOW” TEMPERATURE REPLACING THE BATTERIES IN YOUR ROOM UNIT. Dependant on type and manufacturer the batteries in your MPRT RF should last approximately 2 years. When they go low, a battery symbol appears on the LCD screen telling you to replace the batteries. H M HEAT TIMES 8 10 Temp OFF MAN OK 6 Current High Setting HEAT TIMES OFF MAN 4 HEAT TIMES If you press your OKheating M will be deactivated. The screen will continue to indicate the room temperature but the heating H will 1 Hr L never come on. To reactivate your heating simply press . OK M Note: 1 Hr the systemLwill have Provided you deactivate via the MPRT RF, frost protection at 6°C. If the system is to be left shut down for a long period over winter, ensure there is sufﬁcient battery life to maintain protection. . HEAT TIMES 2 But Smart-Start is even more intelligent than this. It remembers how cold it was on the previous mornings. Thus, in Winter it might start the heating 1 hour before 7a.m. and in Spring start half an hour before 7a.m. In this way it provides optimum comfort and energy saving. Note: Current In extreme low temperatures and dependant on your heating Low Setting the desired temperature Temp system capability, set may not be reached by the set time. Thus an earlier higher temperature may need to be set. KEYPAD LOCKING. H HEAT TIMES Hold L & OK forM 5 seconds to lock the keypad. The locked symbol appears on the screen . OK M H 1 Hr No changes can beL made to the settings. H 1 Hr To unlock the screen hold L & OK forM 5 seconds. OFF MAN 1 Hr OFF MAN HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES OFF MAN OFF MAN HEAT OKTIMES M H PRESS HERE L RETURN TO FACTORY SETTINGS . 1 Hr 1 Hr Holding andL OK down M for 10 seconds returns the H, M and L temperatures to the values they had when they left the factory. 1 Hr the heating L times to their factory values. It also returns + OFF MAN H HEAT TIMES COPY FUNCTION. Pressing andH OK forM 5 seconds when setting your heating times (step 3), will copy the current day’s times into the next day. OK1 Hr M L H H HOLIDAY FUNCTION. 1 Hr L OK puts Pressing H while holding room unit M theOK M into holiday H H mode. Press to enter the number of days you will be away H on Hr OK M holidays. Press press 1 HrL or H to alter OK . 1Now L the room tem-H M OK M perature you require while away on holidays. Press OK to accept M 1 Hr 1L Hr function can OK M pressing L be cancelled and exit. The by . OK M 1 Hr L 1 Hr L 1 Hr L 1 Hr L SMART-START FUNCTION. The unit takes three LR6 AA1.5V alkaline batteries. OFF MAN HEAT TIMES OFF MAN HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES OFF MAN OFF MAN HEAT TIMES HEAT TIMES OFF MAN OFF MAN HEAT TIMES OFF MAN HEAT TIMES OFF MAN OFF MAN HEAT TIMES OFF MAN The message “SMART START” displayed on the screen indicates that this function is operating. Smart-Start works by switching the heat on in advance - so that the room can warm up. As an example, lets say you get out of bed at 8am and you want the room to be warm at that time. Without Smart-Start you must programme your High temperature for 7am. With Smart-Start you need only programme your High temperature for 8am. Smart-Start will know that you want the room warm at 8am and bring the heating on before that. To access the batteries release the cover from the base by pressing the base at arrow shown above. The batteries are then visible. NOTE: Changing the battery in 1 minute or less will retain all your settings. If it takes longer than 1 minute, you may have to re-enter your settings. MYSON CONTROLS MYSON LTD., EASTERN AVENUE, TEAM VALLEY, GATESHEAD, TYNE & WEAR, NE11 0PG SALES OFFICE No. 0845 402 3434 IN ACCORDANCE WITH OUR POLICY OF CONTINUAL PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO AMEND THE SPECIFICATION OF THESE PRODUCTS WITHOUT PRIOR NOTIFICATION.
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