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LP20RF & DIGISTAT+RF
Radio frequency controlled room thermostat with dual
channel programmer
Part number RF562DR
Spares Part number 31003
Spares Part number 22590DR
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For GREENSTAR CDi, GREENSTAR i JUNIOR and GREENSTAR Si MODELS also
GREENSTAR i SYSTEM and GREENSTAR CDi SYSTEM MODEL(only when used with
the optional integral diverter).
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Client
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Support
Sales: +44(0)845 1305522
Technical: +44(0)845 1307722
customer.care@draytoncontrols.co.uk
www.draytoncontrols.co.uk
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PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING.
These instructions are applicable to the
Drayton model(s) stated on the front
cover of this manual only and must not
be used with any other make or model.
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Abbreviations
CH
DHW
RF
DLS
BST
GMT
C
IP
V
m
mA
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Central Heating
Domestic Hot Water
Radio Frequency
Daylight Saving
British Summer Time
Greenwich Mean Time
Celsius (Centigrade)
Ingress Protection
Volt
metre
milliAmpere
Definitions (DLS/BST)
Summer time begins: Last Sunday in March at
1:00 am GMT (Clocks are put forward by 1 hour)
These instructions apply in the UK only
and should be followed except for any
statutory obligation.
Summer time ends: Last Sunday in October at
2:00 am BST (Clocks are put back by 1 hour)
If you are in any doubt contact the
Drayton technical helpline.
Protect your environment
This accessory must be fitted by a
competent person. Failure to comply
could lead to prosecution.
Leave these instructions with the user
or at the appliance.
Symbols
Central Heating
Domestic Hot Water
Electronic devices and batteries, rechargeable or not,
should not 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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Radio Frequency (RF) Transmitter
Proper battery recycling
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Table of contents
Technical Data .............................................................................................................................. 2
 Installation Guide .......................................................................................................... 3
LP20RF Installation ..................................................................................................... 4
Wireless Commissioning & Signal Strength.................................................................. 5-6
Signal Strength ............................................................................................................ 7
User Guide ....................................................................................................................... 8
Digistat+RF Room Thermostat................................................................................................... 9
Advanced Features ...................................................................................................... 10-12
Tamper Proofing / Fault Diagnosis / Battery Replacement ........................................... 12
LP20RF Programmer & Receiver ............................................................................................... 13
The Standard Program................................................................................................. 14
Changing the Program ................................................................................................ 15-20
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Maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 21
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Technical Data
Digistat+RF Transmitter
Thermostat
LP20RF Receiver
Power supply
2xAA 1.5V alkaline batteries
24Vd.c. less than 65mA
Radio frequency
433 MHz
433 MHz
Radio signal range
30m typically. The range may be affected by the composition / density and
number of walls between the Digistat+RF and LP20RF.
Temperature setting range
5°C to 30°C
Control Accuracy
+ 0.5°C @ 20°C
Better than ±1 second per day
@ 25°C
Ambient Temperature (Operating)
0°C to 50°C
0°C to 50°C
Ambient Temperature (Storage)
–20°C to 55°C
--
--
Humidity operating range
Mounting
Suitable for surface mounting
Wiring
No wiring required
Class of protection /
Degree of protection
IP30
IP24
Battery back up time & date
10 years min.
10 years min.
1 minute
30 - 95 % non condensing up to
45°C
Shortest switching period
1 minute
Energy Class
IV = 2% (Acc. EU 811/2013, 812/2013, 813/2013, 814/2013)
Pollution Class
2
2
Software Class
A
A
Ball pressure test
90°C
90°C
Relevant EC Directives:
Pack Contents:
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
1999/5/EC R&TTE Directive
2006/66/EC Battery Directive
2011/65/EU RoHS Directive
LP20RF Programmer / RF receiver
Digistat+RF transmitter
Screws (x2)
Wall Plugs (x2)
Instructions
Batteries (x2) AA Alkaline
Applied Standards:
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EN60730-1; EN60730-2-7; EN60730-2-9
EN 300 220-2; EN 301 489-3
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LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
LP20RF Installation
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 NOTE:
This accessory must be fitted by a competent person.
Failure to comply could lead to prosecution.
DANGER:
Cover panel
230 volts do not touch the electrical
components or circuits.
Screwthe boiler outer casing and control panel
1. Remove
CAUTION:
2.
3. Pull the cover panel up to remove.
the tab and pull upwards to disengage clips,
4. GripTab
Isolate the mains electricity supply
before starting any work and observe
all relevant safety precautions.
Observe electro-static discharge
precautions: do not touch the pcb
circuit.
Screw
fascia to gain access to the boiler control panel.
Clips
Release the securing screws.
pull forward to remove blanking plate or existing
programmer.
Blanking
Align the connector plug pins into socket on the
5. plate
PCB and push fully home.
6. Feed the ribbon cable into the recess.
and locate the clips, push
Programmer
7. Align the programmer
Cover panel
Cover panel
into the slots then down to secure.
Screw
Clips
8. Locate the cover panel in place and secure with
Clips
the screw.
9. Replace fascia cover and outer casing beforeRecess
switching on the electrical supply and boiler.
Tab
J
Tab
Switch boiler on when completed.
Blanking
Blanking
plate
plate
Ribbon cable
Connector plug
Cover panel
Programmer
Programmer
Screw
Clips
Recess
Recess
Tab
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Programmer
Ribbon cable
Ribbon cable
Connector plug
Connector plug
Cover panel
Cover panel
Screw
Screw
4
Tab
Tab
Clips
Clips
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9. After a few seconds the display will show ‘- - -’.
Wireless Commissioning
& Signal Strength
Remove the batteries from the Digistat+RF, press
and hold the ‘set’ button whilst refitting the
batteries, keep the ‘set’ button held and after a few
seconds the display will show ‘rF’ which indicates
that the Digistat+RF is continuously sending a
signal to the LP20RF (receiver).
Before fixing the Digistat+RF to the wall it is recommended
to first check the signal strength from that location.
To do this, after initial start up, the colon, CH and antenna
symbols should be flashing on the LP20RF display.
J Place the transmitter in the desired final position
CLOCK?
1. Press the set? button 4 times.
2. Press the OK button once.
OFF
the set? button 4 times; Lrn and OFF should
3. PressCLOCK?
10:30
be displayed.
OFF
CLOCK?
CLOCK?
The receiver display will now show the ‘learnt’
transmitter code and the antenna’ as well as the
signal strength as indicated by the chevrons on the
right hand side of the display.
CLOCK?
and return to the boiler to check the receiver
display. The ideal transmitter position will result
in the receiver display showing 4 chevrons and the
LED will be green.
K If the LED is red or no LED is showing and the
display indicates 1 or 2 chevrons, the transmitter
will need to be re-positioned until the LED
changes to amber or green and 3 or 4 chevrons are
indicated on the display.
10:30
 NOTE:
If there is no LED and the display shows ‘- - -’, there
is no signal being received at all from the transmitter.
Transmission will resume once the transmitter is repositioned in a part of the house where an amber or
green LED and 3 or 4 chevrons are achieved.
4. Press the + button so the display shows ON and a
OFF The learn mode is now
flashing antenna symbol.
ready to receive a signal from the transmitter
OFF
during the next two minutes.
OFF
10:30
6:30
10:30
10:30
6:30
L Once you are happy that, when in the desired
location, the transmitter is sending a good signal
to the receiver i.e. amber or green and 3 or 4
chevrons, the transmitter can be fixed to the wall.
5. Take the Digistat+RF unit and stand near the boiler.
6. Remove the battery cover and fit the batteries.
Signal strength
indicators
6:30
6:30
6:30
Transmitter code
(may be different)
LED indicator shows different colour depending
on signal strength (see table below)
the display will show ‘SSI, Antenna and ON’.
8. Press ‘SET’ on the receiver and the display will
LED Indication
Chevrons
RF Strength
Green
4
Very strong
Amber
3
Strong
Red
2
Weak
None
1
Very weak
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7. The symbols on the receiver will stop flashing and
show ‘SSI and Antenna’.
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Positioning the Digistat +RF room thermostat
The Digistat is a radio frequency device which is very
flexible for positioning as there is no need for hard wiring
to the appliance. The device should be mounted in an
open area, no closer than 30cm from metal objects,
including wall boxes.
LP20RF & DIGISTAT+RF
3. Replace the front by locating in position and
pushing fully onto the back cover until the tab
engages at the top of the transmitter.
Mount the Digistat+RF on a wall which is not subject to
direct sunlight or draughts, preferably on an inside wall,
1.5 metres above the floor. The Digistat+RF must also not
be directly influenced by radiators or other appliances
giving off heat.
4. Retighten the screw at the bottom of the unit to
fully secure the front to the back cover.
Mounting the Digistat +RF room thermostat
1. Loosen the single screw from the bottom of the
transmitter using a small flat bladed screwdriver.
To cancel signal strength mode:
1. Remove the batteries from the Digistat+RF
transmitter to cancel the constant transmission.
2. After a few seconds the receiver display will show
‘---’ .
2. Carefully insert the screwdriver into the slot
located at the back of the digistat near the top and
very gently lever upwards a fraction to release
the tab securing the front of the transmitter to the
back cover. The back cover can now be secured to
the wall.
3. Press ‘OK’ on the LP20RF receiver and the display
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will return to the time with the ‘CH and Antenna’
flashing.
4. Re-insert the batteries into the transmitter and the
RF link will be re-established.
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Signal Strength
Signal strength
indicators
To check signal strength on previously
installed and paired units:
1. Press the ‘set’ button 4 times on the LP20RF.
2. Press ‘OK’ once.
3. Press the ‘set’ button 5 times. The display will show
‘SSI and OFF’.
Transmitter code
Signal strength indicators
(may be different)
LED indicator shows different colour depending
Transmitter
code (see table below)
on signal strength
(may be different)
OFF
OFF
4. Press the ‘+’ button so that the display shows ‘SSI,
Antenna and ON’.
OFF
LED Indication
Chevrons
RF Strength
Green
4
Very strong
Amber
3
Strong
Red
2
Weak
None
1
Very weak
Toindicator
cancel shows
signaldifferent
strength
mode:
LED
colour
depending
on signal strength (see table below)
Remove
the
batteries
from
the transmitter to
1.
cancel the constant transmission.
OFF
5. Press the ‘set’ button so the display shows ‘SSI and
Antenna’.
2. After a few seconds the receiver display will show
‘---’ .
3. Press ‘OK’ on the receiver display and the display
6:30
6:30
6:30
6:30
will return to the time with the ‘CH and Antenna’
flashing.
6. After a few seconds the display will show ‘---’.
7. Remove the batteries from the Digistat+RF
transmitter and wait until the display has faded
away.
4. Re-insert the batteries into the transmitter and the
8. Press and hold the SET button on the transmitter
RF link will be re-established.
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while re-inserting the batteries and keep the button
depressed until the display shows ‘rF’ .
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Digistat+RF Room Thermostat
Digistat+RF Room Thermostat
LCD Display
º
c
An RF Model is shown
by an antenna symbol
on the display.
Dial
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º
Set button
Battery Compartment
SET
What is a room thermostat?
A room thermostat simply switches the heating system
on and off as necessary. It works by sensing the 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.
Turning a room thermostat to a higher setting will not
make the room heat up any faster. How quickly the room
heats up depends on the design of the heating system, for
example, the size of boiler and radiators.
Neither does the setting affect how quickly the room
cools down. Turning a room thermostat to a lower
setting will result in the room being controlled at a lower
temperature, and saves energy.
The heating system will not work if a time switch or
programmer has switched it off.
Heat demand is shown
by a flame symbol, i.e.
the thermostat is
calling for heat to bring
the room up to or
maintain the desired
temperature.
During normal
operation the display
shows the actual room
temperature.
When the desired
temperature is being
adjusted 'SET' is shown.
Low battery warning
shown by flashing
symbol.
Features
The Digistat +RF room thermostat has the following
user settings:
■■
Required room temperature (temperature setpoint)
■■
Preset temperature setting - Advanced feature
■■
Minimum & Maximum temperature settings Advanced feature
Simple Setting or Operating
The way to set and use your room thermostat is to find the
lowest temperature setting that you are comfortable with,
and then leave it alone to do its job. The best way to do this
is to set the room thermostat to a low temperature, at say
18°C and then turn it up by one degree each day until you
are comfortable with the temperature. You won’t have to
adjust the thermostat further. Any adjustment above this
setting may waste energy.
If your heating system is a boiler with radiators,there
will usually be only one room thermostat to control the
whole house. But you can have different temperatures
in individual rooms by installing thermostatic radiator
valves (TRVs) on individual radiators. If you don’t
have TRVs, you should choose a temperature that is
reasonable for the whole house. If you do have TRVs,
you can choose a slightly higher setting to make sure that
even the coldest room is comfortable, then prevent any
overheating in other rooms by adjusting the TRVs.
To set the required room temperature:
■■
The display normally shows the current room
temperature to within 0.5°C
■■
To adjust the required temperature, turn the dial
clockwise to increase or anti-clockwise to decrease,
(1 click = 1°C), the LCD will display the temperature
setpoint as it is being adjusted and ‘SET’ will be
displayed. After a few seconds the display will return
to normal operation and will display the actual room
temperature.
While adjusting the temperature during normal
operation, when you reach the maximum or minimum
possible setting the display will flash to indicate you
cannot adjust the product further.
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Room thermostats need a free flow of air to sense the
temperature, so they must not be covered by curtains or
blocked by furniture. Nearby fires, televisions, wall or table
lamps may prevent the thermostat from working properly.
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Adjusting the Setpoint using the Preset
Temperature Mode
Change the temperature at the press of a button, for
example, if you are going out to the shops for an hour
you can reduce the temperature to save energy and
then when you press the button again on your return the
setpoint will return to the previous level.
1. To adjust the setpoint to the preset (or Setback)
temperature, press the SET button during normal
operation and the product will go into Preset
mode.
 NOTE:
This feature can be used to quickly adjust the
temperature setpoint to a setback temperature
for economy operation if for example, “Preset
Temperature = 15°C”. Or alternatively to a comfort
setpoint if “Preset Temperature = 21°C”.
2. Once the setpoint has been changed to the preset
ºc
(or setback) temperature by pressing SET the
display will show the “Preset Temperature” and
SET will be flashing in the display as shown.
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SET will flash for approximately 5 seconds and
during this time the “Preset Temperature” can be
altered by rotating the dial.
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You can either:
1. If you want to return to your previous setpoint
(before you entered the Preset mode) then press
the SET button. The Preset mode will be cancelled
and the product will return to normal operation
and the display will show the current room
temperature as shown.
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2. If you want to set a newºcsetpoint, just rotate the dial
until your required setpoint is shown on the display.
After a couple of seconds the display will change to
show the current room temperature as shown.
To change the user adjustable settings
1. To enter the User menu, press and hold the SET
button for more than 5 but less than 10 seconds the
display will show Pr (Preset temperature setting)
as shown.
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2. If the dial is turned clockwise one click then HI
(Maximum temperature setting) will be displayed.
3. The product will remain in the Preset mode.
Once 5 seconds have elapsed (since the last dial
adjustment) the word SET will stop flashing on the
display as shown.
The product is still in the Preset mode.
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To cancel the Preset Mode & return to normal
operation
Advanced Features
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3. If turned one more click clockwise then Lo
(Minimum temperature setting) will be displayed.
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Changing the Maximum Temperature Setting
 NOTE:
When adjusting the settings within the menu, if the
maximum or minimum possible setting are reached,
the display will flash to indicate you cannot adjust the
product further, e.g. you cannot set the Preset higher
than the maximum temperature setting.
1. To adjust the “Maximum” temperature enter the
User menu by pressing and holding the Set button
for more than 5 but less than 10 seconds, then
rotate the dial clockwise until ‘HI’ is showing.
To return to normal operation, either press the SET
button for more than 5 seconds or wait for 1 minute
and it will return automatically.
2. Then press the Set button, the current setting is
Changing the Preset Temperature
shown.
1. To adjust the “Preset” temperature enter the
User menu by pressing and holding the Set button
for more than 5 but less than 10 seconds. Pr will
be shown.
3. Rotate the dial clockwise to increase the maximum
2. Press the set button and the display will show the
current Preset setting.
temperature setting (max. 30°C) as shown.
Rotate anti-clockwise to reduce the maximum
temperature setting.
4. Press the Set button to confirm, the display will
show HI.
3. Rotate the dial clockwise to increase the Preset
temperature & anti-clockwise to reduce the Preset
temperature.
4. Press the Set button to confirm and Pr will be
displayed.
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To return to normal operation, either press the Set
button for more than 5 seconds or wait for 1 minute and
it will return automatically.
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Changing the Minimum Temperature Setting
Tamper Proofing
1. To adjust the “Preset” temperature enter the User
To tamper proof the product i.e. prevent unauthorised
adjustment of the product, set the Min. and Max. (HI and
Lo) temperatures to the same desired value using the
procedures above.
menu by pressing and holding the Set button for
more than 5 but less than 10 seconds. The display
will show ‘Pr’.
Fault Diagnosis
If the display shows E1, the following faults could have
occurred:
1. Internal temperature sensor has failed. Replace
2. Rotate the dial clockwise until Lo is showing.
3. Then press the Set button, the current setting is
shown.
the unit,
2. Ambient temperature is outside product operating
temperature range - 0°C to 50°C.
When the ambient temperature is back within the
operating range, the unit will function correctly.
4. Rotate the dial clockwise to increase the minimum
temperature setting and anti-clockwise to reduce
the minimum temperature setting (min. 5°C) as
shown.
5. Press the Set button to confirm, the display will
show Lo.
Battery Replacement
 NOTE:
When adjusting the settings within the menu, if the
maximum or minimum possible setting are reached,
the display will flash to indicate you cannot adjust the
product further, e.g. you cannot set the temperature
lower than the minimum temperature setting.
When the batteries are getting low (approx. 30
days battery life remaining) the battery symbol will
flash in the display, it is recommended to change the
batteries during this period.
■■
After approximately 30 days, a continuous battery
symbol only will be shown in the display and the unit
will remain OFF.
Remove the battery compartment by pinching the tabs
and withdrawing down. Replace the spent batteries
with 2 x AA 1.5V alkaline batteries ensuring correct
orientation. Replace the battery compartment pressing
fully home.
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To return to normal operation, either press the Set
button for more than 5 seconds or wait for 1 minute
and it will return automatically.
■■
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LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
If the engineer has set your program and timings – you do
not need to do anything else. Just keep this guide in a safe
place for future reference.
Introduction
The programmer will automatically switch your central
heating and hot water on and off at times that suit you.
Central heating
mode indicator
Central heating
modes:
off = continuously off.
timed = on for up to 3
periods a day as
program
once = on for 1 period a
day, from the start of
1st ON to the end of
3rd OFF as program.
on = continuously ON
The green light on the front of the programmer shows
when each one is on. LP20RF has a 7-day program
allowing for different timings on each day of the
week, with central heating and hot water working
independently for up to 3 heating periods each day.
If the engineer hasn’t set your timings for you, your
programmer will work with a standard program that has
been set at the factory. If this doesn’t suit you, it’s very
easy to change it.
Time and day
indication
RF link
Hot water pre-heat
mode indicator
LP20RF
{
}
Hot water pre-heat
modes:
off = continuously off.
timed = on for up to 3
periods a day as
program
once = on for 1 period
a day, from the start of
1st ON to the end of
3rd OFF as program.
on = continuously ON
Central
heating
ON light
Hot water
pre-heat
ON light
Central heating
select button, moves
the indicator up and
down to select mode
and accepts changes
Pre-heat select
button, moves the
indicator UP and
DOWN to select
mode and accepts
changes
Pre-heat advance button:
turns ON until next OFF time OR
turns OFF until next ON time
Central heating advance button:
turns ON until next OFF time OR
turns OFF until next ON time
+ and - changes ON/OFF
programmed times
 NOTE:
Press OK to adjust each
program setting
Advance has no effect with constantly on
or off is selected on the receiver or when
there is no demand from the transmitter.
Normal Operation
During normal operation the receiver will flash the red
LED, approximately every five minutes. This indicates that a
radio signal is being received from the Digistat transmitter.
Radio Signal Loss
If the red LED does not flash approximately every five
minutes then the receiver will show a flashing green
LED together with the flashing antenna symbol and the
Central Heating indicator arrow will point to OFF. This
situation indicates that the radio signal link from the
Digistat transmitter has been lost. This may be remedied
by fitting new batteries in the Digistat transmitter. If
fitting new batteries does not restore the link, then
temporarily move the Digistat transmitter close to the
appliance, if this does not restore the link, then technical
help must be sought to remedy the failed radio signal link.
Temporary Override
While the RF link is lost, the Central Heating can be
switched ON by pressing the OK button once and
switched OFF by pressing the OK button again. In this
mode the room temperature will not be controlled.
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Press to select each setting:
date, time, program and
holiday function
User Guide
LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
The Standard Program
LP20RF
 NOTE:
 NOTE:
The ON/OFF periods pre-programmed for Central
Heating and Hot Water pre-heat are shown in the
table below. These factory installed settings can
be used without any further programming of the
receiver. The time and date are pre-programmed and
should not require adjustment.
Two ON/OFF periods can be used instead of three,
by setting the second ON/OFF periods to 12:00 as
shown in the default program table. One ON/OFF
period can be achieved by setting the second and
third ON/OFF periods to the same times.
If you need to restore the factory pre-set program
times then:
See Changing the Program on the next page, if changes
are required to the clock time or pre-programmed
settings.
Press the + and - buttons together, for three seconds or
longer, to restore the default program times to those
shown in the table opposite.
Switching
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1st ON - start of first timed period
Weekdays
Weekends
HW
CH
HW
CH
6.30am
6.30am
7.00am
7.00am
1st OFF - end of first timed period
8.30am
8.30am
9.00am
9.00am
2nd ON - start of second timed period
12.00pm
12.00pm
12.00pm
12.00pm
2nd OFF - end of second timed period
12.00pm
12.00pm
12.00pm
12.00pm
3rd ON - start of third timed period
4.30pm
4.30pm
4.00pm
4.00pm
3rd OFF - final swith-off of the day
10.30pm
10.30pm
11.00pm
11.00pm
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PROG?
User Guide
LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
PROG?
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
7. Press + or - to change the OFF time.
MON TUE WED THU FRI
set? to set the OFF time and select the next
8. Press
PROG?
Changing the Program
ON time.
Setting Central Heating (CH) MON - FRI
1. Press set? until SET and PROG? are shown in the
display.
MON TUE WED THU
FRI8 to set the second and third CH
Repeat operations
5 to
PROG?
ON/OFF times.
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
6:30
6:30
6:30
6:30
Setting Hot
Water (HW) MON - FRI
8:30
9. 8:30
 NOTE:
After pressing
set?
MON TUE WED
THUfor
FRI the third CH OFF time the
display showsPROG
SET MON ...see next page.
PROG?
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG
2. Press OK to enter program.
OKPROG?
to select MON-FRI.
3. Press
MON TUE WED THU FRI
OFF
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG
PROG?
PROG?
Press OK to select the first ON time.
OFF
MON TUE WED THU FRI
HW
PROG
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
MON
MON TUE
TUE WED
WED THU
THU FRI
FRI
PROG?
PROG?
MON TUE WED THU FRI
HW
PROG?
4. Press OK to select CH.
PROG?
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
MON TUE
TUE PROG?
WED THU
THU FRI
FRI
MON
WED
PROG?
PROG
6:30
6:30
6:30
8:30
8:30
8:30
6:30
6:30
6:30
8:30
6:30
8:30
6:30
6:30
6:30
6:30
MON TUE WED THU
FRI8 to set the first, second and third
Repeat operations
5 to
HW ON
PROG?
HW ON/OFF times.
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
 NOTE:
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROGTHU FRI
TUE WED
OFF down the + or Speed MON
up the
display by holding
MON TUE PROG?
WED THU FRI
MON TUE WED THU FRI
buttons.
PROG
PROG
5.
6.
MON TUE WED THU FRI
OFF
PROG?
Press
+ or - to change
HW the ON time.
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROGTHU FRI
OFF
MON TUE WED
MON TUE
TUE PROG?
WED THU
THU FRI
FRI
MON
WED
PROG
PROG?
HW
6:30
6:30
MON TUE WED THU FRI
HW
PROG
ON
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG
 NOTE:
After pressing set? for the third HW OFF time the
display shows SET MON ...see next page.
6:30
6:30
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG
HW
MON TUE WED THU FRI HW ON
PROG?
MON TUE WED THU FRI
Press
set?
to
set
the
ON time and select the
MON
PROGTHU
MON TUE
TUE WED
WED
THU FRI
FRI
OFF time.
PROG?
PROG
OFF
HW ON
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG
HW
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG
MON TUE WED THU FRI
MON TUE WED
PROGTHU FRI HW
PROG
ON
OFF
MON TUE WED THU FRI
HW
PROG?
ON
MON TUE WED THU FRI
HW
PROG
ON
6:30
6:30
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PROG?
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG
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Setting individual weekdays:
MON +
TUEor
WED
THUchange
FRI
- to
the OFF time.
5. Press
PROG?
Press
set?
to
set
the
OFF
time and select the next
6. MON TUE WED THU FRI
ON time.PROG?
 NOTE:
If you do not require individual weekday times, then
press set? until SET SAT-SUN are displayed and
continue on the next page.
If you do not wish to change the setting for the day
displayed, then press set? until the first day you want
to change is displayed.
Repeat operations 3 to 6 to set the second and third
ON/OFFMON
times.
PROG?
MON
 NOTE:
6:30
6:30
Setting Hot Water (HW) individual
weekdays:
8:30
6:30
7.
8:30
6:30
PROG?
After pressing set? for the third CH OFF time, SET
and HW
for that weekday are displayed.
MON
PROG
Setting Central Heating (CH) individual
weekdays:
1. Press OK to select weekday.
MON
PROG
OFF
MON
Press OKPROG
to select the first ON time.
OFF
MON
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
MON
2. Press OK to select CH.
MON
PROG?
MON
MON TUE WED THU FRI
PROG?
MON
PROG?
OFF
PROG
OFF
+ or - to change the ON time.
3. Press
MON
MON
4.
MON
MON
MON
MON
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HW ON
PROG
PROG?
PROG
PROG
6:30
6:30
 NOTE:
After pressing set? for the third HW OFF time,
SET and the next weekday are displayed.... after
completing the steps above for FRI the display shows
SET SAT-SUN....see next page.
HW
HW
MON
PROG?
MON
Press
set?PROG
to set the ON time and select the OFF
MON
time. PROG?
MON
MON
PROG
PROG
PROG
PROG
PROG?
MON
MON
OFF
HW ON
HW ON
OFF
HW
HW ON
PROG
HW ON
PROG
6:30
6:30
HW
PROG?
6:30
6:30
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HW
PROG
TUE WED THU FRI
Speed MON
up the
display by holding down the + or PROG?
MON
buttons.
PROG
MON
MON
PROG?
6:30
6:30
PROG?
MON
6:30
6:30
8:30
8:30
6:30
6:30
8:30
6:30
8:30
6:30
HW
Repeat operations
3 to 6 to set the first, second and third
MON
HW ON
PROG?
HW ON/OFF times.
MON
 NOTE:
MON
PROG
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User Guide
LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
SAT SUN
Setting Central Heating (CH) SAT - SUN:
Repeat operations
PROG?3 to 6 to set the second and third
ON/OFF times.
1. Press OK to select weekend.
2. Press OK to select CH.
SAT SUN
 NOTE:
PROG?
SUNthird CH OFF time, SET
After pressing set? forSAT
the
PROG
and HW for the
weekend are displayed.
9:00
9:00
SAT SUN
PROG
PROG?
SAT SUN
6:30
6:30
Setting Hot Water (HW)
OFF SAT - SUN:
SAT SUN
to select the first ON time.
7. Press OKPROG
OFF
 NOTE:
Speed up the display by holding down the + or SAT SUN
buttons.
SAT SUN
HW
PROG
PROG
SAT SUN
- to change the ON time.
3. Press + orPROG?
9:00
PROG?
OFF
6:30
SAT SUN
PROG
Repeat operations 3 to 6 to set the first, second and third
HW ON
PROG?
HW ON/OFF times.
9:00
9:00
HW
PROG
SAT ON
SUN time and select the OFF
Press set? to set the
PROG
time.
9:00
9:00
9:00
PROG
PROG
6:30
6:30
OFF
PROG?
SAT SUN
HW ON
OFF
SAT SUN
HW
PROG
9:00
9:00
PROG?
PROG
HW ON
PROG
 NOTE:
After pressing set? for the third HW OFF time, SET
and SAT are displayed....see next page.
- to change
HW the OFF time.
5. Press + orPROG?
6. Press set? to set the OFF time and select the next
ON time.
HW
PROG?
SAT SUN
PROG
4.
SAT SUN
HW ON
 NOTE:
If you do not require individual weekend day times,
then press set? until the normal display is shown.
HW ON
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User Guide
PROG?
LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
SAT SUN
PROG?
Setting individual weekend days:
Repeat operations 3 to 6 to set the second and third
ON/OFF times.
PROG?
 NOTE:
If you do not require individual weekend day times,
then press set? until the normal display is shown.
6:30
Setting Hot Water (HW) individual6:30
weekend
days: 9:00
7.
9:00
 NOTE:
PROG?
After pressing
set? for the third CH OFF time, SET
SAT displayed.
and HW for that day are
PROG
If you do not wish to change the settings for SAT, then
press set? to move to SUN.
PROG
SAT
OFF
Press OKPROG
to select the first ON time.
SAT SUN
HW OFF
PROG?
PROG
Setting Central Heating (CH) individual
weekend days:
to select the day displayed.
1. Press OKPROG?
SAT SUN
PROG?
Press
OK
to select CH.
2.
SAT SUN
6:30
PROG?
PROG?
PROG
SAT
PROG?
SUN
PROG
SUN
PROG
9:00
- to change the ON time.
3. Press + orPROG?
OFF
PROG
PROG
9:00
9:00
9:00
HW ON
SAT SUN
PROG?
PROG
PROG?
HW
Repeat operations 3 to 6 to set the first, second and
HW ON
SAT Pressing set? until the normal
third HW ON/OFF times.
PROG?
display is shown.
SAT
HW
SAT
6:30
6:30
6:30
 NOTE:
Speed up the display by holding down the + or buttons.
SAT
SAT ON
to set the
OFFtime and select the OFF
4. Press set?PROG?
PROG
time.
PROG
PROG
PROG
PROG
OFF
HW ON
HW OFF
SUN
HW
SAT
PROG?
- to change
SAT
5. Press + orPROG?
HW the OFF time.
HWOFF
ON time and select the
Press
set?
to
set
the
6.
next ON time.
PROG?
SAT
HW SUN
ON
PROG
PROG
HW SUN
ON
SUN
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LP20RF Programmer & Receiver
Setting holidays:
Setting the clock and time
1. Press the set? button until SET and HDAY? are
1. Press the set? button until SET and CLOCK? are
displayed.
shown in the display.
CLOCK?
HDAY?
CLOCK?
HDAY?
2. Press OK and the display shows 00.
00
00
00
03
03
03
00
OK to display 24hr and ON.
2. PressCLOCK?
HDAY?
CLOCK?
6:30
6:30
6:30
3. Press + or - to set the number of days you require
the system to be off. HDAY?
+ to switch between 24hr and 12hr display.
3. PressCLOCK?
4. Decide between 24 hour or 12 hour display and
press set? to select, now the hours will flash.
5. Press + or - to set the correct hour.
6:30
6:30
6:30
HDAY
4. Press set? then HDAY is shown in the display and
no demand for heating
will be made from the
HDAY
programmer. The program will return to normal
after the set number of days. To cancel the holiday
HDAY
setting and return to normal operation, press any
button.
6:30
03
 NOTE:
Speed up the display by holding down the + or buttons.
6:30
6. When the correct hour has been selected, press
set? to select, now the minutes will flash.
HDAY
 NOTE:
The programmer counts each pass through midnight
as a day. e.g. if you do not want heating from Saturday
morning until Tuesday morning, set for three days.
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7. Press + or - to set the correct minutes.
8. When the correct minutes have been set, press set?
to select that setting.
■■
Now SET and DATE will be displayed.
■■
If the day and date needs resetting, refer to
DATE?for SETTING THE DATE.
the next page
DATE?
■■
If the day and date are correct, press set? to
return to the normal display.
DATE?
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DATE
DATE
User Guide
DATE
LP20RF
Programmer & Receiver
DATE
Setting the date:
8. When the correct day has been chosen, press set?
1. Press the set? button until SET and DATE? are
displayed.
to select, now dLS
will be displayed and ON will
DATE
flash.
DATE
?
DATE?
once, the year flashes on the
2. Press the OK button
DATE?
display.
DATE?
DATE
DATE?
DATE
DATE
8:08
8:08
8:08
8:08
DATE between ON or OFF. If you
9. Press + or - to switch
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choose ON then the clock will automatically adjust
the time for Daylight saving. If you choose OFF
then
the time will not change to take account of the
MON
Daylight Saving time change twice a year.
? return to the normal display.
JPress set? twice to
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the correct year, e.g. 04.
3. Press + or - to setDATE?
DATE
MON
DATE
DATE
DATE
4.
8:08
DATE
DATE
When the correct year has been chosen, press set?
DATE
to select, now the
month will flash.
 NOTE:
dLS = Day Light Savings time
DATE
DATE
DATE
DATE
DATE
DATE
5. Press + or - to select the correct month, e.g. 08.
DATE
6. When the correctDATEmonth has been chosen, press
?
set? to select, now
the day will flash.
DATE
?
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?
MON
7.
DATE
?
Press + or - to select
the correct day, e.g. 16.
MON
MON
?
MON
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Maintenance
LP20RF & DIGISTAT+RF
The Digistat +RF Room thermostat requires no
maintenance.
Digistat+RF Room thermostat
part number 31003
The outer casing can be wiped clean using a dry cloth.
DO NOT use polish or detergents.
These units can not be serviced.
Should the existing units fail to function correctly, check
that the:
■■
LP20RF Receiver times and program settings are
correct.
■■
RF signal link is set up (Refer to page 2 for RF signal
range details).
■■
Digistat +RF Room thermostat batteries are the
correct type, fitted correctly and are not exhausted.
Fit new batteries if in doubt.
LP20RF Receiver
part number 22590DR
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 Notes
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