User and installation guide E100 Room Temperature

User and installation guide E100 Room Temperature
User and installation guide
E100 Room Temperature Controller
non programmable
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When changing a value and you reach the maximum
or minimum possible setting the display will flash to
indicate you cannot adjust further, e.g. you cannot set
on higher than the maximum temperature setting.
To return to normal operation, either press the ‘on &
off’ buttons for more than 5 seconds or wait for 1
minute and it will return automatically.
6. Tighten the screws
7. Install the 2 AA batteries provided.
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4.1 Changing the Maximum Temperature Setting
This will be the maximum temperature which can be adjusted in normal operation
(default = 30 °C)
• Press the ‘On’ button until ‘Hi’ is shown, see picture above.
• Press “+” or “–“ button to change the Temperature
4.2 Changing the Minimum Temperature Setting
This will be the minimum temperature which can be adjusted in normal operation
(default = 5 °C)
• Press the ‘On’ button until ‘Lo’ is shown.
• Press “+” or “–“ button to change the Temperature
4.3 Changing the Set-back (Off) Temperature
This will be the setpoint if the Off button is pressed (default = 5 °C)
• Press the ‘On’ button until ‘OFF’ is shown.
• Press “+” or “–“ button to change the Temperature (maximum value is 16 °C)
I. User Guide
Operation (Overview)
4.4 Changing the Comfort (On) Temperature
Room Temperature
The controller is now installed and will automatically start to control the room temperature according to the pre-set Comfort (On) temperature.
All important functions are set ex-factory. If you wish to change any of the settings,
please refer to the options in the User Guide.
According to the heating type, refer to Installer Options below.
3 Installer Options
The following installer options can be adjusted,
1.Application Type
2. System Capability
To enter the ‘Installer’ menu, press and hold the ‘Off
& +’ buttons for more than 5 seconds – the display
will show ‘Inst’ (Installer menu) as shown,
To return to normal operation, either press and and
hold the ‘Off & +’ buttons for more than 5 seconds or
wait for 1 minute and it will return automatically.
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Off
On
Off
On
3.1 Application Type
• Press the ‘On’ button until ‘Ap:ty’ (Application Type)
is shown, with the current setting.
• Press the + or – buttons to select between,
This will be the setpoint if the On button is pressed (default = 22 °C)
• Press the ‘On’ button until ‘On’ is shown.
• Press “+” or “–“ button to change the Temperature
9 = Gas Boiler
0 = Oil Boiler
E = Electric Heat
+ or – buttons
for setting
adjustments
5. Tamper Proofing
To tamper proof the product i.e. prevent unauthorised adjustment of the product set
the Min and Max temperatures to the same value.
Once a value has been changed, press ‘On’ to accept
the modification.
3.2 System reaction Speed
6. Fault Diagnosis
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Adjust this setting to suit the heating system reaction
speed.
If the display shows E1, the following faults could have occurred
1. Internal temperature sensor has failed.
OFF Button
to activate set-back
temperature
ON Button
to activate comfort
temperature
2. Ambient temperature is outside product operating temperature range.
• Press the + or – buttons to select between,
7. How to change the batteries
1. Principle of function
The E100 non-programmable room temperature controller makes it very easy to
change over between comfort- and set-back temperature (one key press). After installation the room will be controlled to the comfort temperature. The temperature is
controlled by sensing air temperature, switching on the heating when the air temperature falls below the thermostat setting and switching it off once this set temperature
has been reached.
When the batteries start to run low, the battery icon
(refer to Fig. 1) starts to blink. The controller continues to function normally. After roughly 6 months, the
device will cease to function and will permanently display the battery icon (Fig. 9). Even with empty batteries, all settings will remain. Disposal of batteries
according to legislation.
F = Fast – the house usually reaches setpoint in < 1 hour
S = Slow – the house usually reaches setpoint in > 1 hour
Once a value has been changed, press ‘On’ to accept the modification.
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Fig. 9
NOTE: The adjusted values will be accepted automatically after ~5 sec.
II. Installation Guide
2. How to insert batteries (2 AA 1,5V Alkaline)
Warning! Switch off mains supply before removing an existing room thermostat
or installing this controller.
Caution!
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The device must only be opened by a competent electrician and installed according to the wiring diagram in the housing cover or this guide. The existing safety
regulations must be complied with.
On
Pay attention to correct
polarity of the batteries!
Appropriate installation measures must be taken to achieve the requirements of
protection class II.
This electronic device which can be installed independently may only be used to
control the temperature in dry and enclosed rooms in a normal environment.
This electronic device conforms to EN 60730, it works according to operating principle 1C.
3 Simple Setting or Operating
3.1 To set the required room temperature
4. Technical data
Order Type
Supply voltage
Battery life
Temperature setting range
Temperature resolution
Switching current
Output
Output signal
Ambient temperature
Rated impulse voltage
Ball pressure test
Voltage and Current
for the for purposes of
interferncemeasurements
Pollution degree
Degree of protection
Software class
Weight (with batteries)
E100
2 x AA 1,5V alkaline batteries
3 years (typically)
5 °C to 30 °C
0,5 °C
10mA …. 8(2)A AC; 24 ... 230 V~
Relay change over contact, voltage free
Pulse width modulation (PWM)
Operating
0 °C bis 40 °C not condensing
Storage
–20 °C bis 85 °C not condensing
2,5 kV
75°C
230 V, 0,1A
2 (see Caution)
IP 30
A
~ 260 g
Dimensions
1. Applications:
• Press the “+” or “–“ button once to show the setpoint,
it will be visible in the bottom left of the display.
It will disappear some seconds after the last key
press.
The electronic thermostat E100 can be used to control room temperature together with:
• Actuators of floor heating systems or radiators
• Oil and gas warm water heating
94 mm
• Circulating pumps
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On
A flashing temperature will indicate that the maximum value is reached
• Heat pumps
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• Press the ‘+’ or “–“ button again to change the temperature setpoint.
• Press the ‘On’ button until ‘Syst’ is shown, with the
current setting.
• Electric radiators
140 mm
2. Installation:
3.2 To turn the Thermostat Off
Installation location:
• Press the ‘OFF’ button and the display will be as
shown. On the right side, the setpoint is shown.
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3.3 To turn the Thermostat On
You can either:
1. Press the ‘ON’ button and the display will show the
On setpoint and the room temperature.
The device should be installed in a location in the room which:
• is easily accessible for operation
• is free of curtains, cabinets, shelves, etc.
• allows for free air circulation
• is not subject to direct sunlight
• is not subject to draught (e.g. when windows/doors are opened)
• is not subject to direct influence from the heating sources
• is not on an outside wall
• is about 1.5 m above the floor
The controller must be installed directly onto the wall or on a flush-mounting socket.
1. Remove the screws below the battery cover.
2. Remove the front cover by pressing the button on the bottom of the housing.
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5. Troubleshooting:
1. A value cannot be changed, it is blinking
v the limit of this value is reached
May be the maximum and minimum limits are set in the user settings see 4.1, 4.2
6. Battery handling
Batteries, rechargeable or not, should not to be disposed of into
ordinary household waste. Instead, they must be recycled properly to
protect the environment and cut down the waste of precious resources.
Your local waste management authority can supply details concerning
the proper disposal of batteries.
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In compliance with the EU Directive 2006/66/EC, the button cell battery located on
the printed circuit board inside this product, can be removed at the end of the
product life, by professional personnel only.
2. Press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ button and the display will show
the Off setpoint and the room temperature.
Now press the ‘+’ or ‘–’ buttons until the required setpoint temperature is shown.
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On
3.4 Adjusting the Setpoint using the On and Off buttons
With the On and Off button you can quickly change over between a comfort or a setback temperature
Both temperatures can be pre-set in the user settings described below.
The setback feature is designed for those interested in saving energy and have a varied lifestyle. It means that when leaving the house for a shopping trip or a night out,
the user can adjust the temperature to a lower level (set-back temperature) by pressing the ‘Off’ button. When coming home, pressing ON button will set the temperature
to a higher level (comfort temperature).
3. Attach the back plate to a flush-mounting socket using suitable wall plugs and
screws.
4. Complete the wiring to the heating source according to the wiring diagram inside
the product or below.
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4. To change the user settings
A range of user settings can be adjusted,
1. Maximum Temperature
2. Minimum Temperature
3. Off Temperature
4. On Temperature
To enter the ‘User’ menu, press and hold the ‘On & Off’ button for more than 5 seconds – the display below will be visible.
By pressing “On” or “Off” button the different setting options will be visible, the set
values are shown on the right side.
E.g. by pressing “On” one after another these settings can be reached Hi, Lo, Off, On
C
Relay
H
K
On
Off
H = Heating, actuators normally closed
K = Heating, actuators normally open or cooling only
5. Mount the front cover by pushing it fully onto the back plate.
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