OJ Electronics MCS4, OCS4 Operating instrustions

OJ Electronics MCS4, OCS4 Operating instrustions
INSTRUCTIONS
Type MCS4/OCS4-10
67022D 07/16 (LOA)
MCS4-10
OCS4-10
English
CENTRAL CONTROLLER, CS4TM
Comfort System4™ is a complete control system for electric heating in your house.
The Central Controller is the master thermostat,
which controls and monitors all the thermostats
and relay modules in the different rooms, up to
32 rooms. All thermostats and relay modules in
the Comfort System4™ are programmed from
the Central Controller.
You can groupe the units in the house with up to
5 different time schedules from the Central Controller. The time schedules are pre-programmed
for easy Plug & Go installation.
The Central Controller features a built-in room
sensor and is supplied with a floor sensor
for controlling the floor heating in the room
concerned.
PRODUCT PROGRAMME
MCS4/OCS4-10 Central Controller with
build-in room sensor, incl.
floor sensor
WARNING – Important Safety Instructions
Disconnect the power supply before carrying
out any installation or maintenance work on this
unit and associated components. This unit and
associated components should only be installed
by a competent person (i.e. a qualified electrician). Electrical installation must be in accordance with appropriate statutory regulations.
INSTALLING THE CENTRAL CONTROLLER
The unit is designed for flush mounting in a wall
socket. A baseplate for external wall mounting
is available.
Fig. 1:
1.Slide the power button down to Off “0”.
2.Release the front cover ONLY by inserting a
small screwdriver into the hole on either side
of the thermostat.
Fig. 2 + 2a:
3.Connect the wires in accordance with the
diagram.
4.Mount the thermostat in the wall socket.
Please ensure that the adapter plate is
properly clipped on the thermostat.
5.Fit the frame and carefully press the cover
onto the thermostat. Ensure that both the
power slide button on the cover and the
power switch pin are down.
DO NOT open the controller by releasing the
four fixing clips on the back.
MOUNTING OF SENSOR
The terminals for the sensors contain a safety
extra-low voltage (SELV) circuit, allowing the
sensors to be placed as close to the floor
surface as necessary without the risk of electric
shock, should the sensor cable become damaged.
Sensor cable recommendations
• The sensor cable may be extended up to 30
m by means of a separate two-core cable.
• The two wires from the sensor to the thermostat must be kept separate from high voltage
wires/cables.
Place the cable in a separate pipe or segregate it from power cables in som other way.
Never use two vacant wires in a multi-core
cable.
• Shielded cable: Do not connect the shield to
earth (PE).
Fig. 3: Mounting of floor sensor
The floor sensor is used for comfort temperature regulation in rooms on the basis of floor
temperature. It is recommended that the cable
and sensor be placed in a non-conductive
installation pipe embedded in the floor. The end
of the pipe must be sealed and the pipe placed
as high as possible in the concrete layer.
The floor sensor must be centred between
loops of heating cable.
PLACING THE THERMOSTAT.
The room sensor is used for comfort temperature regulation in rooms.
Fig. 4:
The thermostat should be mounted on the wall
approx. 1.6 m above the floor in such a way
as to allow free air circulation around it. The
thermostat must never be covered by a curtain
or similar. Draughts and direct sunlight or other
heat sources must be avoided.
Fig. 4a:
Observe the minimum distance of 0,5m, from
large metal surfaces, electronic equipment,
electric motors, etc.
Fig. 4b:
To ensure good wireless transmission without
interference, all wireless units in the Comfort
System CS4TM should always be placed with
min. 1,0m between them.
SETUP CENTRAL CONTROLLER
The first time you switch the power interrupter
to ON “I”, basic settings must be set. The
menu will automatically guide you through the
process.
1.Choose “language”, “time” and “date” with
the up and down buttons and confirm with
OK.
2.“Please select schedule for this thermostat”
Name the time shedule with a specific name
from the list called “Zone” and confirm with
OK.
3.“Please activate thermostats for connection”
You can now connect the thermostats/relay
modules in the system to the Central Controller. Confirm with OK.
PROGRAMMING
See user manual for CS4TM for further options
and how to plan you system.
FIG.5: SENSOR RESISTANCE
If the sensor is disconnected or short-circuited,
the heating system is switched off. The sensor
can be checked against the resistance table.
ERROR CODES / STATUS
E0:Internal error. The unit must be replaced.
E1: Built-in sensor fault.
E2: External sensor fault.
E5: Internal overheating. Inspect the installation.
E6: Communication error.
E8: Wrong application in the thermostat or the
time schedule.
CERTIFICATION
OJ Electronics A/S hereby declares that
the product conforms with the following
Directives of the European Parliament
and of the Council:
LVD, EMC, R&TTE, RoHS and WEEE
Applied standards
Please see the document “EC DECLARATION
OF CONFORMITY” in the back.
CLASSIFICATION
The product is a Class II device (on front after
appropriate mounting in a flush box) and must
be connected in the following way:
Term. 1: Neutral (N)
Term. 2: Phase (L) 230 V ±10 %, 50/60 Hz
Term. 3-4: Load, max. 16 A / 3600 W
Term. S: Fil Pilot input, 230 V
Term. 5-6: External floor sensor
ENVIRONMENT AND RECYCLING
Please help us to protect the environment by
disposing of the packaging in accordance with
national regulations for waste processing.
RECYCLING OF OBSOLETE APPLIANCES
Appliances with this label must not
be disposed of with general
household waste. They must be
collected separately and disposed
of in compliance with local
regulations.
TECHNICAL DATA
Voltage ......................... 230 V AC ±10 % 50 Hz
Max. pre-fuse..............................................16 A
Output relay............ Make contact - SPST - NO
Output............................... Max. 16 A / 3600 W
Fil Pilot input..............................................230 V
Control principle................................... PWM/PI
Stand-by power........................................... 1 W
RF frequency band............................ 868.3 Mhz
RF transmission range.....100 metres/open field
Battery backup...................................... 5 years
Temperature range............................ +5/+40 °C
Limit sensor ...................................... +5/+40 °C
Ambient operating temperature......... +0/+25 °C
Energy readout, accuracy........................... 2 %
Sensor input type...................................... SELV
Pollution degree............................................... 2
Overvoltage.............................................. Cat. II
Rated impulse voltage................................ 4 kV
Enclosure rating....................................... IP 21*
Dimensions, MCS4....... H/115, W/84, D/40 mm
Dimensions, OCS4......... H/81, W/81, D/40 mm
Mounting depth...................................... 20 mm
Display.. 100x64 pixel STN - white backlighting
EU Registered Design ....... 001534462-0001/2
Automatic action type 1
* IP 21 applies only to front with cover after
mounting in a flush box
The Central Controller is maintenance free.
OJ ELECTRONICS A/S
Stenager 13B · DK-6400 Sønderborg
Tel: +45 73 12 13 14 · Fax: +45 73 12 13 13
[email protected] · www.ojelectronics.com
© 2016 OJ Electronics A/S
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