User Manual Autopilot IHS™ Generation 2

User Manual Autopilot IHS™ Generation 2
User Manual Autopilot IHS™ Generation 2
UK
09.06.2017 / 53-1102
www.hwam.com
CONTENTS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS........................3
Introduction to Autopilot IHS™..................................................................3
Before using the IHS system..........................................................................3
Initial Setup...............................................................................................................4
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
IHS SMART CONTROL™ APP............................. 7
Startup - app...........................................................................................................7
Home Screen / Front.........................................................................................7
IHS Smart Control™ - Messages............................................................. 12
IHS Smart Control™ - Menu..................................................................... 13
Alarms & Warnings........................................................................................... 17
IHS room temperature sensor.....................................................................8
Firing Process....................................................................................................... 21
Specifications for Autopilot IHS™ Generation 2............................ 23
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction to Autopilot IHSTM
The following sections will provide an introduction to the IHS Smart Control™ app and
the associated wireless room temperature sensor, and how they operate.
Autopilot IHSTM and IHS Smart Control™ provide a number of advantages:
• It's the most environmentally friendly way to heat the stove
• Saves up to 50 percent of the cost of the firewood
• Provides an even temperature in the room
• Makes it easy to fire
• Optional night-time lowering where the fire attenuates and the heat emanates
from the embers in an environmental way
• Signals when new wood is required
• One remote control less on the coffee table
Before Using the IHS System
Before using the system, it is important that the following steps are taken:
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Make sure there is no power connected to IHS stove.
Put 3 AAA batteries in the room temperature sensor. Press the button on the front
of the room temperature sensor while the third battery is being placed inside, and
hold until the LED flashes green signalling that it is ready to be paired with the stove.
3 Plug in IHS stove immediately using the power supply.
4 Allow the system to boot up for the first time, this takes about 1 minute. The green
diode on the room temperature sensor will briefly turn solid green and then turn off
when the room temperature sensor has automatically been successfully paired with
the stove.
5 The IHS system can be used with a smartphone or tablet that uses the operating
system iOS or Android. To download the app search for "IHS Smart Control™" In the
App Store or Google Play Store or scan the QR code below.
App Store:
Google Play Store:
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First Setup
Introduction
The following sections describe how the IHS system is connected to a Wi-Fi network or
via Wi-Fi Direct.
It is always best to connect the system to a Wi-Fi network, as this ensures the best connection to the system and the simplest operation. It is not necessary to connect to the
Internet in order to use IHS Smart Control™ or IHS stoves on a wireless network.
You can set up the IHS system via the IHS Smart
Control™ app and you can only do this using an
iPhone, iPad or Android device.
PCs or MACs cannot be used to setup the system.
Information about the Wi-Fi
connection
The IHS system can be configured to communicate
directly with mobile devices or through a Wi-Fi network. It is best to connect a Wi-Fi network as this is
the most advantageous and the most user-friendly
use of the system.
Wi-Fi Direct
The IHS system supports 4 stoves on the same
network.
5 units
Wi-Fi Network
5 units
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Connection Icons
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1 No connection (red Wi-Fi icon)
2 Wi-Fi Direct connection (green Wi-Fi icon)
3 Connected through the network (no Wi-Fi icon)
The IHS system can be used by directly connecting
the device and the IHS system, also called Wi-Fi Direct,
displayed by a green symbol. The system can also be
configured to connect through a Wi-Fi network, which
is recommended.
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Setting up a Wi-Fi connection
The following sections describe how the IHS system is
connected to a Wi-Fi network for the first time.
To set up the IHS system, it is necessary to connect via
Wi-Fi Direct first, and then connect the IHS system to
a Wi-Fi network.
Connecting to Wi-Fi Direct on iPhone
Go to "Settings" on your phone and then select "Wi-Fi"
1 . Make sure that the device has Wi-Fi turned on and
that power is connected to the IHS system (stove).
There will now be a Wi-Fi device available called "IHS
STOVE_XXXXX" 2 . Connect to this.
If you do not wish to connect the system to a network,
the system is now ready for use.
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Connecting to Wi-Fi Direct on
Android
Go to "Settings" on your phone and then select "Wi-Fi"
1 . Make sure that the device has Wi-Fi turned on and
that power is connected to the IHS system (stove).
There will now be a Wi-Fi device available called "IHS
STOVE_XXXXX" 2 . Connect to this.
If you do not wish to connect the system to a network,
the system is now ready for use.
NOTE:The number after "STOVE" is unique to each
individual stove.
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Connecting to Wi-Fi networks
After the mobile device is connected via Wi-Fi
Direct, the system can be connected to a Wi-Fi
network.
To connect a Wi-Fi network, press the green connection icon 1 .
If you wish to connect the IHS system to the network, click "Yes" 2 . This is recommended.
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Enter the name of the stove for example: "Living
room" or "First floor." 3
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NOTE:The name is used primarily when there are
multiple stoves connected to the same network.
The IHS system will now search for all available
networks.
Make sure that your network is turned on and
accessible and that your SSID is visible (Service Set
Identifier).
NOTE: If there are many available networks, this can
take a while.
Select the network the IHS system shall be connected to 1 .
Enter the password for the selected network 2 and
press "Connect to network" 3 .
The IHS system will now try to connect to the
selected network using the code entered.
The IHS system is now connected to the selected
network.
It is no longer possible to access the IHS system via
Wi-Fi Direct. The IHS system can only be operated
by connecting the mobile device to the same network as the IHS system.
If the IHS system cannot connect to the network,
the Wi-Fi Direct connection will automatically
become available again.
NOTE: For servicing the Wi-Fi Direct connection will
be available for one minute after the system has been
restarted.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
IHS SMART CONTROL™ APP
Startup - App
When IHS Smart Control™ app is
started, the IHS logo is displayed:
IHS Smart Control™ Main Screen / Front:
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1 App Menu
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2 Status Icon (connection)
3 Stove name
4 Night Reduction
5 Phase Indication
6 Restoking Timer
7 Temperature Level
Home Screen / Front Page
The following section comprises the home screen / front page of IHS Smart Control™
which describes which features are available and how they are operated.
To use all functions, it is necessary to ensure that the IHS Smart Control™ is connected
to an IHS system (a stove with Autopilot IHS™). However, many features are available
without connecting to the system.
The IHS Smart Control™ menu contains a series of menus, all of which will be
discussed in the following sections.
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App Menu
The menu can be found in the top left corner.
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Connection Icon
The connection icon shows when there is a connection between the IHS Smart Control™ and the IHS
system. The red icon indicates no connection, the
green icon indicates a connection via Wi-Fi Direct
while no icon signals a connection via the Wi-Fi
network.
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3
Stove name
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The stove name displays the name of the connected
stove IHS Smart Control™. This is used in the case
where several stoves are connected to the same
network. If the stove has not previously been connected to a network, it will have no name and
nothing will be displayed.
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A
A
Night reduction
B
Active (green) B Inactive (black)
To activate / deactivate the night reduction press the
icon. Night reduction automatically lowers the temperature setting of the stove, which ensures a longer
combustion time with reduced room temperature.
Night Reduction
- Time Management
A Start Time B Stop Time
To set the start or stop time for night reduction,
press the icon and hold for 5 seconds. Press the
time and select the desired time in the dialogue box.
At the start time selected, the IHS system automatically goes into night reduction mode to achieve the
longest possible burning. At the same time, the room
temperature function in the IHS system is deactivated. At the stop time selected, the IHS system will
automatically return to normal operation and the
previously set temperature level.
A
B
NOTE: If the temperature level is changed while the
system is in night reduction mode, night reduction will
be automatically disabled.
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Phase indication
The phase indicator shows the current combustion
phase of the IHS system. There are a total of five
phases relating to the IHS system:
A
Start
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A
Lighting Up
The phase indicator shows that the system
is in the lighting up phase. The symbol is displayed after the door has been opened on a
cold stove, or in the case where the standby /
start icon of the IHS Smart Control™system
has been pressed. If the flue gas temperature
does not increase within 15 minutes, the
IHS system will automatically shut off the air
supply and return to standby mode. B
B
NOTE:To ensure complete combustion efficiency it is important to obtain a sufficiently
high flue gas temperature. Failing this, the IHS
system emits a restoking alarm, even if there is
unburned wood and flames.
C Combustion
The phase indicator shows that the system is
in the combustion phase and has exited the
lighting up stage. The system automatically
regulates combustion, ensuring optimum
combustion and a room temperature as
close to the desired level as possible.
D Ember Phase
The phase indicator shows that the system
is in ember phase. In this phase there will
be mainly only embers in the stove, and the
system will now also be able to calculate the
expected time for the next restoking (described in a following section). The system automatically gives an alert regarding the correct
restocking time. It is recommended that you
wait before restoking until the restoke alarm
is emitted, as the expected firewood saving
is otherwise not achievable. If there is a big
difference between actual and desired room
temperature, the restoking alarm comes on,
even though there is unburned wood and
flames. Failure to restoke at this time, will
lead to a new restoking alarm being emitted,
which constitutes the last opportunity to
restoke without new lighting up.
NOTE:The best and most economical combustion is achieved by following the recommended
stoking time carefully.
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C
D
Standby
The phase indicator shows that the system is
in standby mode. This means that the system
has been in use, and that the temperature
in the stove is now so low that it cannot
be guaranteed that the stove can light new
wood. It is therefore necessary start anew if
you want to burn more wood.
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REMEMBER:
Never leave a stove after igniting a
fire before ensuring that there are
long lasting flames!
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Stoking time
The stoking time shows the estimated time to the
next stoking. The stoking time will only be estimated
when the system reaches the ember phase. If there
is a big difference between actual and desired room
temperature, the restoking alarm comes on, even
though there is unburned wood and flames. 7
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Temperature Level
The temperature level-setting runs from "Level
0" through "Level 5". The level can be changed by
pressing "+" or "-" which regulates the desired temperature level up or down. The individual levels are
explained in detail in the following sections.
NOTE: Night reduction automatically puts the system
at "Level 0". If, however, the level is subsequently changed, night reduction is disabled.
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Level 0 (No bar is yellow)
The temperature level is set to "Level 0".
The IHS system runs at the lowest possible combustion temperature to maintain
proper combustion for the longest period
of time possible, irrespective of the room
temperature.
Level 1-4 (1-4 bars are yellow)
The temperature level is set to "Level 1- 4".
These levels control the IHS system after
reaching as constant temperature in the
room as possible, just like a radiator thermostat. It is recommended that you set the
temperature level to that which suits you
best and refrain from adjusting it upwards or
downwards. The IHS system is designed so
that it automatically increases combustion,
the greater the difference between the actual
and the desired room temperature. If there is
a big difference between actual and desired room temperature, the restoking alarm
comes on, even though there is unburned
wood and flames. Level 5 (5 bars are yellow)
The temperature level is set to"Level 5".
At this level the IHS system runs with an
increased flue gas temperature and increased
room temperature. This level is intended for
situations where the stove is required to
produce much heat in a short time. It is not
recommended to run at this level for long
periods of time.
NOTE: Due to the increased flue gas temperature and the desire for high room temperature,
much energy is required to maintain proper
combustion.The restoking alarm may thus be
emitted earlier although there are flames and
unburned wood.
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Home Screen - Live data
To see live data the device is rotated.
Live data in IHS Smart Control™ displays information received from the stove relating to the ongoing
combustion.
NOTE: Live data is refreshed only as long as you are
connected to the IHS system and the app is open. Note
that the screen rotation in the mobile device's settings
menu must be activated.
IHS Smart ControlTM - Messages
Updating the IHS system
IHS Smart Control™ is automatically notified when
there are new updates for the IHS system.
To update your system, select "Yes" 1 .
If you do not wish to update, select "No" 2 .
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Each time the app is opened, it will automatically
check to see if there is an updated version available.
NOTE: It is always recommended that you update the
system to include the last new software, as this ensures
the best functionality of the system. It is not possible to
update the stove if it is more than 35°C.
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IHS Smart Control™ will begin updating the stove. It
may take a few minutes depending on the connection quality and the size of the update.
DO NOT TURN OFF THE IHS SYSTEM
WHILE UPDATING!
Do not turn off the power supply to the stove
during the update as it can lead to errors in the
system and cause permanent IHS Airbox failure.
After the update is complete, the stove will restart
and will then be refreshed and ready for use.
NOTE: IHS Smart Control™ will lose the connection
to the IHS system for a short period while the system
reboots.
IHS Smart ControlTM - Menu
The IHS Smart Control™ menu contains a number of menu items offering additional
information and options that are not available from the home screen.
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Menu
The menu is available in the upper left corner of IHS
Smart Control™.
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Statistics
Statistics show a log with data from the combustion
from around the last 40 hours.
It is possible to go back and look at the temperature
of the stove during burning, and for how long it was
on, amongst other things.
A
Press "Get log" A to download the latest log relating
to the stove.
Log information
After the log is downloaded from the stove,
it is possible to select the single combustion cycle and see the information for that
period. A combustion cycle runs from the
time when the stove starts until restoking
or standby, or alternatively from restoking to
restoking or standby.
Press the desired combustion cycle A to be
able to see the information relating to this.
Press the "Update log" B to update the data
with the latest combustion information.
B
A
Note: Data from the ongoing combustion will
not be available in the log information, but only
in "Live Data".
A
Under information for each combustion
cycle, it is possible to see the following:
B
C
A Flue temperature
B Oxygen level
C Flue gas temperature and oxygen level
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Tips
The "Tips" menu contains a number of tips and
other relevant information about the stove and its
operation.
The content is updated regularly with new information, and you are encouraged to look here regularly.
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Time management
A
At the start time selected A , the IHS system automatically goes into night reduction mode to achieve
the longest possible burning. At the same time, the
room temperature function in the IHS system is
disabled. When the stop time is reached B , the IHS
system will automatically return to normal operation
and the previously chosen temperature level.
B
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NOTE: If the temperature level is changed while the
system is in night reduction mode, night reduction will
be disabled.
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Information
In the information menu, some information is displayed and it is possible to start a self-test:
A Airbox Version - Software version on Airbox
B Remote Version - Software version of Remote
C Algorithm Version - Current Algorithm
version of Airbox
D Valve 1 Position - Damper number 1 position
E Valve 2 Position - Damper number 2 position
F Valve 3 Position - Damper number 3 position
A
B
A
CC
D
E
E
B
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F
F
G
NOTE: Self-test can only be performed when the IHS
system is idle and the flue gas temperature is below
35°C.The system runs an automatic self-test on a regular basis.The self-test can be actively used, if there is an
error message and you want to check that the system
is now flawless.
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Settings
It is possible to deactivate the following messages:
A "Restoking"
B "Standby"
C "Alarms"
C "Restoking alarm room temperature sensor"
Further, it is possible to reset the Wi-Fi settings and
update the IHS system with new software available
here. When the app opens, you will automatically be
notified if new software is available.
NOTE: Updating the IHS system from IHS Smart
Control™ does not imply an update of the IHS Smart
Control™ App.This is updated through the App Store
or Google Play Store.
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A
B
C
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D
Settings: Wi-Fi
Here you can see to which network the
IHS system is connected. To reset this, for
example, if you want to connect to a second
network, select "Reset Wi-Fi settings" A .
Settings: Update
If a new update is available, this will be shown
in the menu "Update". To update the IHS
system to the most recent version, press
the button with "Update to V x.x.x" A upon
which, the update starts automatically (see
previous section "Updating the IHS system"
for instructions to update).
A
A
NOTE: When the app is opened, the system will
display a message if there is a newer version
available.
Update complete √
Help
In the "Help" menu, the current status of the IHS
system can be seen and whether or not the system
has detected a fault.
It is also possible to send a log file from the stove to
an e-mail recipient A in case of combustion problems and start a B self-test.
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B
A
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Stoves
If there are more than one stove connected on the
network A it is also possible to communicate with
them. The IHS system supports 4 stoves on the same
network.
In the "Stoves" menu, select the stove you want to
communicate with.
A
NOTE: Only stoking alarms for the selected stove will be
emitted.
Alarms & Warnings
The IHS system can provide a number of alarms and
warnings along with the possible causes underlying the
problem. It is also possible to see if there are errors in
the system.
To see the status of your system, select the "Help"
menu A . A
Error ID: Red
This is an alarm and you should stop using your stove
until the fault is rectified. Contact your dealer if you do
not find the answer in your app.
If the system emits an "Overheating" alarm, the stove
has become too hot. The IHS system will make sure to
regulate, so the stove cools down in temperature. You
do not need to do anything. The system automatically
returns to normal operation when the flue gas temperature goes down.
Error ID:Yellow
This is a warning and you can continue to use your
stove. Nevertheless, contact your dealer so the fault
can be repaired if you do not find the answer in your
app.
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IHS room temperature sensor
A room temperature sensor is provided as a standard with the IHS system. This is used
by the IHS system to detect the room temperature and adjust the combustion in order
to ensure an even and comfortable room temperature.
The sensor communicates with the IHS system via a wireless connection. The maximum
distance in clear view between the IHS stove and the room temperature sensor is 10
metres. The range is shorter if there are walls in between.
The IHS room temperature sensor is provided with a light indicator 1 at the bottom of
the unit, a button on the front of the unit 2 and an in-built speaker.
NOTE: It is not possible to adjust the volume on the device.
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LED indicator
There is an LED indicator at the bottom of the
wireless room temperature sensor. This will indicate
the following:
A No connection to the IHS system
In the absence of a connection to the IHS
system, the room temperature sensor will
alternately flash green and red.
B Pairing mode
When the room temperature sensor is ready
to be paired with the IHS stove, it will flash
green at a fast pace.
C Restoking
When the IHS system detects that it is time
to refill with additional wood, the room
temperature sensor makes repetitive sounds
while flashing green at a steady pace.
D Alarms & Warnings
When the IHS system detects an alarm
or warning, the room temperature sensor
makes repetitive sounds and simultaneously
flashes red.
For further information and details about the alarm or
warning in question, use the IHS Smart Control.™
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Pairing of the room temperature sensor with IHS system
It may sometimes be necessary to pair the wireless room temperature sensor with the
IHS system. To do this, it is necessary to put the wireless room temperature sensor in
pairing mode (see instructions below).
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Turn the unit on its rear end.
Unscrew the four screws on the backside (as
shown in the picture) to access the batteries.
Remove the lid from the unit. Take one battery out of the unit.
Disconnect the power supply to the stove.
Press the button on the front of the wireless
room temperature sensor and hold the pressure
while the battery is put back into the unit, until
the LED lights green.
When the wireless room temperature sensor
starts up, it will flash green at a fast pace as illustrated below:
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NOTE: After 2 minutes, the unit will leave the pairing
mode and automatically go into standby mode.
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Connect the power supply immediately to the
stove. If the supply to the stove is not connected
within 2 minutes after the wireless room temperature sensor is plugged into "pairing mode",
the pairing will not succeed, and will have to be
restarted.
8 After the room temperature sensor is connected
to the IHS system, the light will briefly turn solid
green and the indicator light will then turn off.
Pairing has been successfully completed. Put on
the lid and screw in again.
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Changing the batteries of the room temperature sensor
The wireless room temperature sensor requires 3 AAA batteries. These are not included in the package. In order to install and / or replace the batteries, follow these instructions carefully. The IHS Smart Control™ will automatically notify you when it is time to
replace the batteries in the wireless room temperature sensor.
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Turn the unit on its rear end.
Unscrew the 4 screws on the backside (as shown in
the picture) to access the batteries.
Remove the lid from the unit.
Replace the 3 AAA batteries. Always replace all 3 batteries at the same time, and do not use old batteries.
It is important to ensure that the batteries are properly positioned in the unit. Make sure the batteries
are positioned as shown.
When the new batteries are positioned correctly,
the device can be reassembled - put the lid on the
device.
Screw the 4 screws in again as shown on the image.
Be careful not to overtighten them.
The batteries have now been replaced and the device
is ready for use.
Used batteries should not be thrown in the trash,
but should be disposed of properly.
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Firing Process
The following guide is an introduction as to how the IHS stove is to be operated from
start to restoking and until the fire finally burns out. The stove is only EN-approved for
burning wood. It is recommended that you use dry split wood with a moisture content
of a maximum of 18%. Firing wet firewood causes soot, environmental pollution and bad
fuel economy. It is recommended that you purchase a moisture metre to verify that the
wood has the correct moisture content before being used for firing.
Starting the stove
Open the stove door to activate the system. The
system will automatically go back to standby and the
dampers will be closed if lighting up does not occur
within 15 minutes. Lighting Up
Good lighting up is very important in achieving a
successful combustion. A cold stove or a cold chimney presents challenges for combustion. It is important to achieve a good hot stove and a good warm
chimney to ensure the right combustion.
Place 2-3 pieces of chopped wood, with a diameter
of about 7-9 cm at the bottom of the combustion
chamber. For most stoves, you only need 2 pieces of
wood. There should be approximately 1 cm space
between the logs and a minimum of 2 cm between
the logs and stove. Place 6-12 pieces of chopped
kindling wood (diameter 2-5 cm) in criss-cross
fashion. The lower layer of the kindliing wood should
be placed in the opposite direction of the 2 large
pieces of wood. Make sure that there is little space
between the logs, but keep in mind that the heat
from the fire must warm the adjacent pieces of
wood up. Wood can only burn when it was really
hot. The wood should not be stacked up over the air
supply at the back of the combustion chamber. Add
2-4 firelighters between the top layers of kindling
wood. Light up the fire-lighters and close the door.
It is important that the fire takes hold and spreads
quickly to all the wood on the top and then on to
the wood underneath. To ensure complete burning of the larger underlying pieces of wood, if the
kindling at the top burns away, use additional and
perhaps thicker pieces of kindling.
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IMPORTANT!
If the flue gases do not reach
a high enough temperature for
kindling or firing, IHS Smart
ControlTM and the wireless
room temperature sensor emit
a stoking alarm, even if there is
still unburned wood and flames
in the combustion chamber. The
stoking alarm is emitted to make
you aware that the fire needs
more energy. Restoking with
small pieces of kindling wood can
often provide a more rapid and
sufficient temperature rise.
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Combustion Phases
Lighting Up
The lighting up symbol is displayed until the
fire is well underway and the flue gases have
reached a sufficiently high temperature.
2 Combustion
When a sufficient flue gas temperature is
reached, the IHS system changes phase from
lighting up to combustion. The IHS system
will typically run in this phase most of the
time.
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3 Ember Phase
When most of the wood is burned, the
IHS system switches to ember phase and
IHS Smart Control™ will now display the
estimated time remaining until the next
restoking. If there is a big difference between
actual and desired room temperature, the
restoking alarm comes on, even though there
is unburned wood and flames. Failure to
restoke at this time will lead to a new restoking alarm being emitted, which constitutes
the last opportunity to restoke without new
lighting up. NOTE:The time left to restoking is
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3
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an approximate time and may vary depending
on the circumstances.
4 Restoking
When the IHS system detects that it is time
to restoke, a notification is displayed on all
devices with IHS Smart Control™ open.
In addition, the wireless room temperature
sensor emits an audible signal for restoking. Add 2-3 pieces of new wood to the
combustion chamber. The IHS system will
automatically switch back to the combustion
phase when the door is opened and additional wood is added . The above cycle is then
repeated.
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Standby
When there is no more wood burning in the
stove and the temperature has dropped, the
IHS system goes into standby mode and the
valves are closed to prevent warm air from
the room escaping into the chimney (loss of
energy).
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Specifications for Autopilot IHSTM Generation 2
Wireless features
Frequency
2.4-2.4835GHz
Wireless Security
WPA / WPA-2
Wireless Standards
IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b
Environment
Operating Temperature
0º~ 40º
Features
OS Support
IOS & Android
Connections
Wi-Fi Direct or Network Connection
Device Connections
Up to 5 units when configured on Wi-Fi Network
Features
External Power Supply
110V - 250V AC 50/60 Hz, Output DC 12V 2A.
Airbox Input
12V DC
Power consumption operation
20W MAX
Power consumption standby
<2W
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