User and installation guide E200 Room Temperature

User and installation guide E200 Room Temperature
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If operating mode "7 days" is chosen (see installer options, option 1), the days can be
selected as blocks or individual days (Fig. 5 to 8).
User and installation guide
E200
Room Temperature Controller programmable
The blocks are selected by repeatedly pressing the > button.
Man Auto Day
Note: To facilitate programming, blocks of days with the same times/temperatures can
be formed before starting.
Man Auto Day
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Man Auto Day
Man Auto Day
Fig. 5:
Monday to Friday as one block
(working days)
Man Auto Day
Fig. 3
Man Auto Day
Fig. 4
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Fig. 6:
Saturday and Sunday as one block
(days off)
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7. Pre-set programs
I. User Guide
There are 3 pre-set time/temperature programs which are already available in the controller. Pre-set program 1 (as shown below) is the default. Therefore, if pre-set program 1 is the best program to suit your lifestyle, you do not need to change the
time/temperature settings on the device.
Operation (Overview)
To select an other program see 9.3
Man Auto Day
Fig. 7:
Each day is individual day
Program 1 (home during the day)
Pointer indicates
the day of the week
Days
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2
3
4
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Room temperature
see note below
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Flame icon
(heating on)
Time
Pointer indicates
the current mode
Modes:
automatic, manual,
holiday, day, program
(see 2., 3., 4., 5.)
Moves the pointer
to the left e.g. to
select the mode
+ or – buttons
for setting
values e.g.
temperature
Man Auto Day
Events
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Time
6:00
Temperature °C 21,0
Monday
2
8:30
18,0
Events
1
Time
7:00
Temperature °C 21,0
Saturday
2
10:00
18,0
to Friday
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4
12:00
14:00
21,0
18,0
and Sunday
3
4
12:00
14:00
21,0
21,0
Moves the pointer
to the right e.g. to
select the mode
Setting the clock
(see 9.)
Fig 8:
Monday to Sunday as one block (all days)
9. How to change user options
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17:00
21,0
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22:00
15,0
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17:00
21,0
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23:00
15,0
The controller offers a number of options that can be changed by the user (see Table 1.).
To activate the menu,
in AUTO Mode press the < and > buttons simultaneously
for 3 seconds, USEr00 will be displayed
Select an option
by pressing the < or > button
Change an option
by pressing the + / – button
Press < or > to accept each change.
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To exit the menu, press the < and > buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
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Time/Temperature
Program events 1…6
in sequence morning,
midday and night (see 6.)
Man Auto Day
If no button is pressed within 2 minutes, the device will return to the auto mode.
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9.1 How to change from 24h to 12h clock (option 1, table 1)
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Shows the time as 24 hours or 12 hours
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Mon – Fri
Sat – Sun
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9.2 How to change the manual set point temperature (option 2, table 1)
Setting the temperature used when the manual mode is selected for the first time, e.g. 20°C
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6:00 h
8:00 h
10:00 h
12:00 h
14:00 h
16:00 h
18:00 h
20:00 h
22:00 h
9.3 How to change to another pre-set program (option 3, table 1)
Selection of a pre-set program to be used for programming events (see 7.).
Program 2 (home for lunch and on weekends)
1. Principle of function
E200 the programmable room thermostat allows you to set time periods (up to 6 per
day) and temperatures to suit your own lifestyle. Once fully installed and powered the
device will automatically set the correct time and in auto mode will control your heating system according to pre-set program 1 (see 7.). 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.
NOTE:
The adjusted values (while programming) will be accepted automatically after ~5 sec.
Events
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Time
6:00
Temperature °C 21,0
Monday
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8:30
18,0
to Friday
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12:00
14:00
21,0
18,0
Events
1
Time
7:00
Temperature °C 21,0
Saturday
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10:00
21,0
and Sunday
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4
12:00
14:00
21,0
21,0
9.4 How to change the number of events per day (option 4, table 1)
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17:00
21,0
6
22:00
15,0
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17:00
21,0
6
23:00
15,0
2, 4 or 6 time/temperature events can be selected for all days according to individual
need (not used events will be skipped). If there is no need for e.g. 6 events, choosing
4 makes programming easier.
9.5 How to switch on/off the automatic daylight savings time/standard time
change (option 5, table 1)
You can select whether or not you want the time change to be carried out automatically. If it is not carried out automatically, the time has to be adjusted manually (see 11.).
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2. How to insert batteries (2 AA 1,5V Alkaline)
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9.6 How to change the temperature display (option 6, table 1)
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The temperature display can be adjusted to individual needs, e.g. 3 = +0,3°; -15 = -1,5°.
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9.7 How to restore the built in time temperature programs (option 7, table 1)
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Mon – Fri
Sat – Sun
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Restores the pre-set programs to its original factory settings.
9.8 How to switch off the programmable thermostat (option 8, table 1)
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6:00 h
Pay attention to correct
polarity of the batteries!
3. Automatic mode (AUTO)
In this mode, the room temperature is automatically controlled according to the preset program. The pointer indicating the mode is set to AUTO. The number at the bottom right indicates the program event during the day. (Fig. 1)
4. How to change the temperature for a short period of time
(override)
When in AUTO mode, you can override the existing temperature setting for a short
period of time.
Press the + or – buttons to change the temperature setting.
5. How to set a constant room temperature (manual operation)
In this mode, a constant temperature can be set, and the pre-set program is ignored.
The temperature last selected is chosen as the initial temperature.
10:00 h
12:00 h
14:00 h
16:00 h
18:00 h
20:00 h
22:00 h
Program 3 (at work all day)
Events
1
Time
6:00
Temperature °C 21,0
Monday
2
8:30
18,0
Events
1
Time
7:00
Temperature °C 21,0
Saturday
2
10:00
18,0
to Friday
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4
12:00
14:00
18,0
18,0
and Sunday
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12:00
14:00
21,0
21,0
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17:00
21,0
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22:00
15,0
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17:00
21,0
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23:00
15,0
10. How to change the batteries
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).
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Even with empty batteries, all settings will remain.
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Disposal of batteries according to legislation.
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Press the < button until the pointer indicates MAN (Fig. 3).
Set the temperature
by pressing the + / – button
Exit the mode
by pressing the > button
In this mode, the temperature can be set for periods of time ranging from a few hours
up to 199 days, e.g. when you are away from home for longer periods of time (holidays).
The remaining hours/days are shown. Time periods between 1 hour and 23 hours and
1 day and 199 days can be set.
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Mon – Fri
Sat – Sun
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Man Auto Day
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6:00 h
8:00 h
10:00 h
12:00 h
14:00 h
16:00 h
18:00 h
20:00 h
22:00 h
Fig. 9
8. How to adjust the pre-set time/temperature program to suit
personal needs
Select the day function
by pressing the > button up to position "Day"
Select the day
by pressing the + / – button
11. How to change the time, day, month and year
The controller comes with a pre-set clock, which also automatically switches from daylight savings time to standard time.
There should be no need to change these settings. However, should the need arise, the
settings can be changed in the following way.
Select the event (1…6)
by pressing the > button
Activate the clock mode:
Set the time
by pressing the + / – button
Select the temperature
by pressing the > button
Select DAY with button > and then Sunday with button +
With button > move through all 6 time/temperature events (without any modifiaction)
until the pointer indicates the clock icon.
Set the temperature
by pressing the + / – button
The > button must be pressed to accept a setting.
6. How to set the room temperature for a set time
(holiday/party mode)
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Set the times for this day
How to activate this mode
When switched off, the programmable thermostat no longer controls the room temperature and the room is not heated. The display will show OFF, and the buttons will
not function.
In the installer options (refer to Installation Guide) you can select whether or not frost
protection is to active (heating is called for if the temperature falls below 5°C) when
the programmable thermostat is switched off.
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While in temperature override the pointer indicates both AUTO and MAN (Fig. 2).
When the next programmed time/temperature event is reached, the device will revert
to the AUTO mode.
8:00 h
If you wish to change other events or days, repeat the actions described above. To
return to the auto mode, press the < button.
Note: The last event of the current day can be extended up to the first event of the
following day.
The time will now flash.
Set the time
Press the > button to select the day
Press the > button to select the month
Press the > button to select the year
by pressing the + / – button
Press the + / – button to change the setting
Press the + / – button to change the setting
Press the + / – button to change the setting
Press the > button to return to the AUTO mode
Table 1 User options ((In AUTO Mode press the < and > buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds, USEr00 will be displayed)
How to activate this mode
Press the < button until the pointer indicates the suitcase icon (Fig. 4)
Set the temperature
by pressing the + / – button
Select the time
by pressing the < button
Set the time
by pressing the + / – button
User
options
Description
Select between
Default
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Change 12 h or 24 h clock
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24
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Change he manual set point temperature
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32
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Once you have set your time period, the time will flash for 10 seconds and then start
the holiday/party period.
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Change to another pre-set program
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To exit this mode, press < or >.
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Change the number of program events per day
When hours have been set, the controller will return to AUTO mode once the set
hours have passed.
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Switch on/off automatic daylight savings time/standard time change
ON
OFF
ON
When days have been set, the controller will return to AUTO mode at midnight of the
last day.
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Change temperature display
–5.0
5.0
0.0
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Restore the built in time temperature programs
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OFF
OFF
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Switch off the thermostat
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OFF
OFF
Note: the current day (today) must be included in the setting.
e.g. 1 day is set; the controller returns to AUTO today at midnight.
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II. Installation Guide
3.3 Frost protection (option 3, table 2)
The frost protection of the controller can be activated via this option.
Warning!
Frost protection will switch on the heating if the room temperature falls to 5°C and
will then control the temperature at 7°C.
Switch off mains supply before removing an existing room thermostat or installing
this controller.
When in Off mode frost protection will still be active.
3.4 Low and high limit set points (option 4, 5, table 2)
Caution!
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.
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.
These limits can be-used to prevent temperatures from being set too high or too low.
The set point default values are 32°C (high limit) and 7°C (low limit).
3.5 Optimum start (option 6, table 2)
If this function is activated, the controller will automatically calculate the warm up time
for the heating system in order to achieve the desired temperature for each event.
This function is a major energy saving factor.
Note: This function is only possible in the AUTO mode.
1. Applications:
The electronic thermostat E200 can be used to control room temperature together with:
After commissioning, it takes a couple of days for the controller to gather enough
information to correctly calculate this function.
4. Technical data
E200
2 x AA 1,5V alkaline batteries
3 years (typically)
7 °C to 32 °C
0,5 °C
10mA …. 8(2)A; AC 24 ... 230 V~
Relay change over contact, voltage free
Pulse width modulation (PWM)
1 minute
< 4 Min / year
Operating
0 °C bis 40 °C not condensing
Storage
–20 °C bis 85 °C not condensing
2,5 kV
75°C
Order Type
Supply voltage
Battery life
Temperature setting range
Temperature resolution
Switching current
Output
Output signal
Timing resolution
Accuracy of clock
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)
230V, 0,1A
2 (see Caution)
IP 30
A
~ 260 g
Dimensions
• Actuators of floor heating systems or radiators
• Oil and gas warm water heating
• Heat pumps
Use this function to select whether the controller is used exclusively for either heating
or cooling applications.
• Electric radiators
HEATING: The relay will switch on when the temperature falls below the set point.
94 mm
3.6 Heating/cooling (option 7, table 2)
• Circulating pumps
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COOLING: The relay will switch on when the temperature rises above the set point.
2. Installation:
3.7 Valve protection (option 8, table 2)
Installation location:
The device should be installed in a location in the room which:
• is easily accessible for operation
This function is designed to prevent the valves and pumps from getting stuck during
the summer months.
• is free of curtains, cabinets, shelves, etc.
• allows for free air circulation
140 mm
If valve protection is selected, the controller's relay will be switched on once a day at
10 o’clock.
• is not subject to direct sunlight
If this is required, select On in the installer options.
• is not subject to draught (e.g. when windows/doors are opened)
The operating period can be chosen via option 9.
5. Troubleshooting:
1. It is getting warm too late
a. Are clock and program events set correctly?
b. Is the Optimum Start switched on (see 3.5)?
• is not subject to direct influence from the heating sources
• is not on an outside wall
c. Did the thermostat have enough time (some days) to determine the room data?
3.8 Valve protection time (option 9, table 2)
• is about 1.5 m above the floor
The valve protection time can be set between 1 and 5 minutes (default: 3 minutes).
2. The thermostat does not accept any changes
Is the access protection lock switched on (see 3.2)?
The controller must be installed directly onto the wall or on a flush-mounting socket.
3.9 Emergency heating in case of sensor failures (option 10, table 2)
1. Remove the screws below the battery cover.
2. Remove the front cover by pressing the button on the bottom of the housing.
3. E1 is shown in the display:
The following message is shown in case of sensor failures:
Sensor failure (see 3.9)
E1 for an internal sensor failure
6. Battery handling
A sensor failure can have the following effects:
1. If this function is activated, the heating is switched on for 30% of the time (this prevents the room from being too cold or overheating)
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.
2. When this function is not activated, the heating is switched off
3.10 Application type (option 11, table 2)
This function is used to select the application type of the controller.
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.
0 = Radiator Control (= Default)
1 = Water floor heating control
Table 2 Installer Options (In AUTO mode, press the < and + buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds, InSk00 will be displayed)
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.
L N
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.
6. Tighten the screws
7. Install the 2 AA batteries provided.
The controller is now installed and will automatically start to control the room temperature according to the pre-set program 1 (refer to User Guide).
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 item 3.10 (option 11).
3. Installer options
Attention: The settings should only be carried out by the installer only, as settings may
affect the functions and security of the heating system. List of Installer options see
Table 2.
To activate the menu,
in AUTO mode, press the < and + buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds, InSk00 will be displayed
Select an option
by pressing the < or > button
Change an option
by pressing the + / – button
Press < or > to accept each change.
To exit the menu, press the < and + buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds.
If no button is pressed within 2 minutes, the controller will return to the auto mode.
3.1 Kind of program (option 1, table 2)
The operating mode of the controller is set via this function.
7 days (7d):
Different time/temperature settings can be chosen for each day individually.
5/2 days (5:2):
Different time/temperature settings can be chosen for the weekdays (Monday to
Friday) and the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) in this mode.
24 hours (24h):
The same time/temperature settings are used for all days of the week in this mode.
3.2 Access protection lock / child lock (option 2, table 2)
When this function is activated, all buttons will be locked.
To switch off the protection lock, enter the installer options and set option 2 to OFF.
InstallerOptions
Descriptions
Select between
Default
1
Kind of program
5:2 days (5:2)
2
Access protection lock (child lock)
ON
OFF
OFF
3
Frost protection
ON
OFF
ON
4
Low limit set point °C
7
High limit
5
High limit set point °C
Low limit
32
32
6
Optimum start
ON
OFF
ON
7
Heating/Cooling
Heat
Cool
Heat
8
Valve protection
ON
OFF
ON
9
Valve protection time
7 days (7d)
24 hours (24h)
1…5
7 days
7
3
10
Emergency heating (sensor failure)
ON
OFF
11
Application type
Radiator (0)
Water Floor heating (1)
OFF
0
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