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Sunstone Programmable
Thermostat (SS-PSTAT)
Easy Programming Guide
Setting the Time & Day
Step 1
Press the SET button once and the hour will flash on the display.
Step 2
Set the hour by pressing the
or arrow until the correct hour has been achieved. Hold the arrow down to set the hour faster.
Step 3
Once you have selected the correct hour press SET again and the minutes will now flash.
Step 4
Set the minute by pressing the or arrow until the correct minute has been achieved. Hold the arrow down to set the minutes faster.
Step 5
Once you have selected the correct minutes press SET again and the day of the week will now flash. The days of the week are represented as numbers 1-7, 1-5 being Monday to Friday and 6-7 being Saturday and Sunday.
Step 6
Set the day of the week by pressing the
Step 7
Once you have selected the correct day of the week press OK to finish.
or
arrow.
Setting into a Permanent Manual Mode
(Indicates Permanent Manual Mode)
Setting the controller into a Permanent Manual Mode will allow you to set a target temperature you want
the floor to achieve. Once the target temperature has been achieved it will maintain this temperature
until you either switch it off using the ON/OFF button below the screen or alter your target temperature.
Step 1
To set the controller into a Permanent Manual Mode press and hold the OK button for 3 seconds. A hand symbol
Step 2
Set the target temperature by pressing the
temperature and press the OK button. The
sending power to the heater.
Note: If you would like to exit Permanent Manual mode and return to a programmed schedule
press the OK button.
will appear to indicate it is set into a manual mode.
or arrow until you reach your target
symbol indicates that the thermostat is 1
Setting into a Temporary Manual Mode
(Indicates Temporary Manual Mode)
Setting the controller into a Temporary Manual Mode will allow you to set a target temperature you want
the floor to achieve. Once the target temperature has been achieved it will maintain this temperature
until your next programmed period.
Step 1
When the controller is in a programmed mode
target temperature and press OK. The symbols
will appear to indicate that it is set into a Temporary Manual Mode. The symbol indicates that the thermostat is sending power to the heater.
Note: If you would like to exit Temporary Manual Mode and return to a programmed schedule
press the OK button.
press the
or
arrow to set your How to set a program
(Indicates Programmed Mode)
The thermostat is set so that you can program 5 weekdays as a block and Saturday and Sunday
separately. There are 6 programmed periods per day which must be set. This can be changed in the
advanced settings to set each day individually and set 4 programmed periods per day. See page 3 for
information on how to access the advanced settings
Step 1
To set a program press and hold the SET button until the 1 2 3 4 5 Block starts flashing.
Step 2
Press the SET button again and the clock will begin flashing. You can now begin setting the time for the 1 2 3 4 5 Block (Mon-Fri).
Step 3
Press the or arrow to set the time for the FIRST PERIOD
of the day. For example this would be the time you would like the heating on first thing in the morning.
Step 4Press the SET button again to set the target temperature. An adequate temperature would be anywhere between 24-28°C. Use the or arrow to set the temperature.
Step 5Press the SET button again to move onto the SECOND PERIOD
. This would be when you would want to turn off your heating in the morning. Press the or arrow to set the time you want the heating to switch off.
Step 6Press the SET button again to set the setback temperature. Anything below 16°C and the underfloor heating will not come on. Use the or arrow to set the temperature.
Step 7
Press the SET button again to move onto the THIRD PERIOD
. This would be when you would want to turn on your heating on in the afternoon. Press the or arrow to set the time you want the heating to switch on.
Step 8
Press the SET button again to set the target temperature. An adequate temperature would be anywhere between 24-28°C. Use the or arrow to set the temperature.
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Step 9Press the SET button again to move onto the FOURTH PERIOD
. This would be when you would want to turn off your heating in the afternoon. Press the or arrow to set the time you want the heating to switch off.
Step 10Press the SET button again to set the setback temperature. Anything below 16°C and the underfloor heating will not come on. Use the or arrow to set the temperature.
Step 11
Press the SET button again to move onto the FIFTH PERIOD
. This would be when you would want to turn on your heating on in the evening. Press the or arrow to set the time you want the heating to switch on.
Step 12
Press the SET button again to set the target temperature. An adequate temperature would be anywhere between 24-28°C. Use the or arrow to set the temperature.
Step 13Press the SET button again to move onto the SIXTH PERIOD
. This is the final period. This would be when you would want to turn off your heating at night.
Press the or arrow to set the time you want the heating to switch off.
Step 14Press the SET button again to set the setback temperature. Anything below 16°C and the underfloor heating will not come on. Use the or arrow to set the temperature.
Step 15
Saturday & Sunday (6 & 7) will have to be programmed separately. Repeat Steps 3-14 to program Saturday & Sunday.
Advanced Settings
To access the advanced settings simply PRESS and HOLD the
& arrow. You will be in advanced
settings when you see CL in the top right hand corner and a 0 underneath. To cycle through the
advanced settings press SET. Press the or arrows to alter the settings. Press OK to exit
Brackets indicates
the factory default Description
setting
Allows you to alter the display temperature by +/- 4°C
CL (0)
BL (1)
AH (35 °C)
FL (5 °C)
FH (40 °C)
HE (FA)
PS (3)
Allows you to turn the backlight on or off, 1 being ON and 2 being OFF
This option will let you set the maximum temperature you would like to set the
floor (F) or air sensor to (R/RF) to. Maximum for floor (F) is 20-60°C air (R/
RF) is 20-35°C
This option will let you set the minimum temperature you would like to set
the floor (F) or air sensor to (R/RF) to. Minimum for floor (F) and air (R/RF) is
5-20°C
This option lets you set the floor sensor temperature limitation 20-60°C
Allows you to set Fast Heating (FH) or Slow Heating (SH)
CS (6)
Allow you to turn off programming (0), program 5 days (Mon-Fri) as a block
and Saturday and Sunday individually (3) or program 7 days individually (7)
Allows you to set 4 programmed events per day (4) or 6 events (6)
Ld (H)
Allows you to set the output load
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