HotwireThermostat Instructions

HotwireThermostat Instructions
Hotwire Thermostat
Instructions
Model Number: HWGL1
AUSTRALIA
Hotwire Heating
WWW.HOTWIREHEATING.COM.AU
NEW ZEALAND
The Heating Company
www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/
Hotwire Thermostat
Instructions
Programming your Thermostat.
This will help you programme your thermostat to come on and off automatically.
If you want to simply turn it on and off when required skip this section.
(1). Press
and the day display will start flashing. Using the arrow to SCHDL
select the day you wish to programme. Then press Next. (If your thermostat is set to 5+2 day programmable mode, the programming will skip to step 3)
(2). To select every day to be the same simply press All.
(3). Press
and
NEXT
is displayed. This is the first programme function of the day.
(4). The time is now flashing. Select the time you want the heating to come on in the morning. Then press next.
(5). The temperature is now flashing. Set the temperature that you want the floor to heat to. Then press next.
(6). The LCD screen will show programme 2(
2
) and the time will be flashing. This is the time that the thermostat will switch off in the morning.
LCD symbols
(7). Use
Icon Legend
and
to adjust the time you wish the heating to switch off in the morning on the selected day or days.
The buttons are locked
(8). Press
Heating is turned on
maintain a minimum temperature. In most cases this is not required and the Frost protection activated
temperature should be set to 5.
Programme number
(9). Press
Manual mode
AUTO
Automatic mode, executes the programmed schedules
NOTE: If you do not wish the heating to come in the afternoon, simply Override
Temporary temperature override
The floor sensor is not being read by the thermostat
(10). Press
NEXT
and set the temperature required in the afternoon.
(11). Press
NEXT
and the LCD screen will show programme
Er
and the temperature will start flashing. This can be used to NEXT
and the
NEXT
3
icon will display. The time is also flashing. Set the time at which you want the heating to come on in the afternoon or evening.
set the “off” time for only a couple of minutes after the “on” time.
4
This is the time
that the thermostat will switch off in the afternoon / evening. Press
Setting the clock and day of the week
and set the temperature. As per above we recommend 5. Then Press
This thermostat is fitted with a real time clock. It is essential that the clock time
(*). Hint: If you use the default programming of 5 week days plus 2 weekend and day are set accurately if you require your programmed events to start on
time. To set follow the steps below:
(1). Touch the “Time” button and the time will start flashing. Use the up and down arrows to set the time. By holding the arrow down the time will change faster.
(2). Press
NEXT
to move to the Day setting and use the up and down arrows DONE
to store and exit.
Setting the Programme Schedules
This thermostat has the ability to programme each individual day of the week
Default Programming is as follows.
Programme
Start Time
Setpoint
Explanation
01
WAKE
07:00
22 °C
This is the time the heating will
come on in the morning.
02
LEAVE
09:30
16 °C
This is the time the heating will
switch off in the morning. It can also
be used to set a minimum
temperature for the day.
03
RETURN
16:30
22 °C
This is the time the heating will
come on in the afternoon.
16 °C
This is the time the heating will
switch off in the afternoon / evening.
If you do not require the heating in
the afternoon / evening, simply set
this time to a couple of minutes after
the “on” time.
separately, or programme 7 days of the week at once. You can also programme
weekdays (5 days) to one schedule and then weekends (2 days) to a different
schedule. See the Menu information for details on how to set this up.(refer to
Menu 10) See page 4 of this manual.
DONE
days you will now need to repeat the above steps for the weekend.
to get to the correct day.
(2). Press
NEXT
04
SLEEP
22:30
Hotwire Thermostat
Instructions
Manual Mode
Installation and Wiring
Press
MODE
to select Auto/Manual mode. In Manual mode(
), the
thermostat maintains a constant set temperature manually set by the user.
Carefully separate the front half of the thermostat from the back plate by
Simply adjust the temperature using the arrows. In Auto mode, the thermostat
unscrewing the small screw at the bottom of the thermostat. Carefully unplug the
executes the preprogrammed schedules.
ribbon connector which is plugged into the front half of the thermostat. Place the
Lock the Keypad
thermostat front half somewhere safe. Terminate the thermostat as shown in the
diagrams below.
To lock the keypad, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds, you will
see a lock symbol . To unlock, repeat the steps above and the lock symbol
Screw the thermostat back plate onto the flush box
will disappear.
Re-connect the thermostat ribbon cable and clip the two halves together.
Reset to Factory Setting
The conduct a master reset to factory settings, press the power button to turn
the thermostat off. Press and hold Menu for 5 seconds. Move to menu 17 then
hold the down button for 5 seconds.
N
L
Power
House Neutral
60mm
FEED
(230VAC)
LOAD (16A)
Rear View
45mm
Connect green wire from the element to the house earth.
74mm
This product should be installed by
a qualified electrician.
65mm
118mm
Blue wire from the element
Brown wire from the element
Floor Sensor
N
82mm
L
Hotwire Thermostat
Technical Information
Configuration Menu
To enter into the setting menu please follow the steps below:
Step 1. Turn the thermostat off by pressing
Step 2. Press
MENU
POWER
you will then see menu 01.
Step 3. Use the up and down arrows to adjust the sensor selecti on which is Menu 01(Air sensing;Air and Floor, or Floor only)
Step 4. Press
NEXT
to move to the next Menu and once you have all the menu options set,
Setp 5. Press
DONE
to accept and store.
Feature
Explanation
Adjustment
(Press up & down buttons to adjust)
Mode/Sensor Selection
This thermostat is a combination model which allows you
to choose 3 different modes.
A mode = Air Sensing Only(Has built in sensor)
AF mode = Air & Floor sensing (Floor probe must be installed)
F mode = Floor Sensing(Floor probe must be installed)
A / AF / F
02
Switching differential
The number of degrees difference before switching.
The default is 1°C which means the thermostat will switch
the heating on 0.5°C below the set temperature and will turn
it off 0.5°C above the set temperature.With a 2°C differential
the heating will switch on 1°C below the set temperature
and will switch off 1°C above the set temperature.
1 Deg C, 2 Deg C....10 Deg C ( 1 Deg C by default)
03
Air Temp Calibration
This is to recalibrate the air temp if required
-1 Deg C = decrease 1 °C , 1 Deg C = increase 1
Deg C
04
Floor Temp Calibration
This is to recalibrate the floor temperature if required
-1 Deg C = decrease 1 °C , 1 Deg C = increase 1
Deg C
05
Temperature Readout
(AF mode only)
This gives you the option to show the Air Temp,
Floor Temp or to show both Air & Floor at intervals
A = Show Air Temperature
F = Show Floor Temperature
A-F = Show Floor and Air Temperature in 5 sec
intervals
06
Maximum Floor Temp
( AF Mode only)
This is to protect the floor surface
20 Deg C - 40 Deg C (40 Deg C by default)
07
Temperature Format
This allows the temperature to be set to show
Deg Celsius or Deg Fahrenheit
Deg C / Deg F
08
Clock Format
You can select the clock to show in either 12
or 24 hour time
24 (default), 12- hour or 24-hour clock format
09
Frost Protection
This is to avoid your room temp going below 5 DegC
On = activated, Off = deactivated
10
5+2 / 7 Day mode
This allows you to programme either 5 days at once,
then the 2 days of the weekend separately,
or a full 7 days at the same time or 7 days separately.
01 = 5 + 2 Day Programming
02 = 7 Day Programming
11
Auto/Manual mode
selection
This allows you to choose Auto / Manual mode
00 = Auto mode
01 = Manual mode
12
Software version
This is for review only
V1.0
13
Minimum temperature
limit
This gives you the option to change the minimum set
temperature
5 °C~ 20 °C (5 °C by default)
14
Maximum temperature
limit
This gives you the option to change the maximum set
temperature
This gives you the option to change the maximum set
temperature
15
Sensor type selection
This allows you to match your thermostat to different sensor
10 = NTC10K(by default), 100= NTC100K,
3=NTC3K
16
Not at use
Reserved for future use
17
Reset
This allows you to reset your thermostat to factory default
Menu #
01
Press and hold down button until you see RES on
screen
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