INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS
Typ OCC4/OCD4
67034A 06/10 - (MBC)
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Mounting of thermostat
with built-in sensor
The room sensor is used for comfort
temperature regulation in rooms. 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. Draughts and direct
sunlight or other heat sources must be avoided
(fig. 4). No external sensor is connected.
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The thermostat is an electronic on/off
thermostat for temperature control by means
of an NTC sensor located either externally or
internally within the thermostat.
The thermostat is for flush mounting in a wall
socket. A baseplate for external wall mounting
is available.
Product programme
OCC4-1991 Clock-thermostat incl. floor sensor.
OCC4-1999 Clock-thermostat with built-in
room sensor.
OCD4-1999 Clock-thermostat with 2 sensors.
Floor sensor and built-in room
sensor.
WARNING – Important Safety Instructions.
Disconnect the power supply before carrying
out any installation or maintenance work on this
control unit and associated components. This
control 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.
Mounting of sensor
The floor sensor contains a safety extra-low
voltage (SELV) circuit, allowing it to be placed as close to the floor surface as necessary
without having to take account of the risk of
shock should the sensor cable become
damaged. The two wires from the sensor to
the mounting box, must be additionally
insulated, e.g. shrink flex.
To prevent loose cables from the fixed
installation from coming into contact with the
terminal block for the floor sensor, they must
be restrained using cable ties.
It is recommended that the cable and sensor be
placed in a non-conductive installation pipe
embedded in the floor (fig. 3). The end of the
pipe must be sealed and the pipe placed as
high as possible in the concrete layer.
Alternatively, the sensor can be embedded
directly in the floor. The sensor cable must be
led through a separate pipe or segregated from
power cables.
The floor sensor must be centred between the
heating cable.
The sensor cable may be extended up to 100
m by means of a separate two-core cable. Two
vacant wires in a multi-core cable used, for
example, to supply current to the floor heating
cable must not be used. The switching peaks of
such current supply lines may create interference signals that prevent optimum controller
function. If a shielded cable is used, the shield
must not be connected to earth (PE). The
two-core cable must be placed in a separate
pipe or segregated from power cables.
Mounting of thermostat
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.
3.Connect the wires in accordance with the
diagram (fig. 2).
4.Mount the thermostat in the wall socket.
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 thermostat by releasing the
four fixing clips on the back.
First time settings:
The first time the thermostat is connected, push
the power slide button to On “I”. Language, time
and date must be set using the buttons:
1.Set language
2.Set time
3.Set date
Programming
See user manual.
Fault location
If the sensor is disconnected or short-circuited,
the heating system is switched off. The sensor
can be checked against the resistance table
(fig. 5).
Error codes
E0:Internal error. The thermostat must be
replaced.
E1: B
uilt-in sensor short-circuited or
disconnected.
E2: E
xternal sensor short-circuited or
disconnected.
CE marking
According to the following standard:
LVD/EMC: EN 60730-2-9
Classification
The product is a Class II device (enhanced
insulation) and must be connected to 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. X: Do not connect
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
© 2010 OJ Electronics A/S
household waste. They must be collected
separately and disposed of in compliance with
local regulations.
Technical data
Voltage ............................ 230 VAC ±10% 50 Hz
Max. pre-fuse............................................... 16 A
Built-in circuit breaker..................... 2-pole, 16 A
Output relay............. Make contact - SPST - NO
Output................................. Max. 16 A / 3600 W
Control principle..................................... PWM/PI
Stand-by power........................................ 0.6 W
Battery backup....................................... 5 years
Temperature range............................... +5/+40°C
Limit sensor (OCD4)............................. +5/+40°C
Ambient operating temperature........... +0/+25°C
Control pollution degree................................... 2
Rated impulse voltage................................. 4 kV
Enclosure rating.......................................... IP 21
Dimensions...................... H/84, W/84, D/40 mm
Build-in depth.......................................... 20 mm
Display........ 100x64 pixel STN - white backlight
EU Registered Design . ....... 001101349-0001/2
The thermostat is maintenance free.
ELEKTRA
ul. Marynarska 14
02-674 Warszawa
Poland
Tel. (+48 22) 843 32 82
e-mail: [email protected]
www.elektra.eu
Polski
Elektroniczny termostat z funkcją włączania/wyłączania, przeznaczony do kontrolowania temperatury pomieszczenia za pomocą wewnętrznego
lub zewnętrznego czujnika NTC.
Termostat jest przeznaczony do montażu
zagłębionego w gnieździe ściennym. Dostępna
jest również płytka do montażu naściennego
powierzchniowego.
Asortyment produktów
OCC4-1991 Termostat programowalny z czujnikiem temperatury podłogi.
OCC4-1999 Termostat programowalny z wbudowanym czujnikiem temperatury
powietrza.
OCD4-1999 Termostat programowalny z dwoma
czujnikami: czujnikiem temperatury
podłogi i wbudowanym czujnikiem
temperatury powietrza.
UWAGA – Ważne przepisy bezpieczeństwa
Przed przystąpieniem do jakichkolwiek czynności
montażowych lub konserwacyjnych jednostki kontrolnej oraz pozostałych komponentów
należy odłączyć zasilanie w energię elektryczną.
Montaż i podłączenie jednostki kontrolnej oraz
pozostałych komponentów mogą być wykonywane wyłącznie przez osoby o odpowiednich
kwalifikacjach, tj. przez uprawnionych elektryków.
Instalacja elektryczna musi spełniać wymagania
określonych przepisów prawa.
Montaż czujnika
Czujnik temperatury podłogi jest wyposażony w
obwód SELV (Safety Extra-Low Voltage; obwód
bardzo niskiego napięcia), dzięki czemu może
on być umieszczony na tyle blisko powierzchni
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