User Instructions For TopTronic RS-30

User Instructions
For TopTronic® RS-30
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Hoval Ltd
Northgate
Newark
Nottinghamshire NG24 1JN
Phone 01636 672711
Fax 01636 673532
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Index
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Introduction
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................
Controls.............................................................................................................................................
Display ..............................................................................................................................................
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3
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User instructions
Key function table..............................................................................................................................
Switching on the room station ...........................................................................................................
Additional information........................................................................................................................
Automatic program selection .............................................................................................................
Room temperature ............................................................................................................................
Heating program ...............................................................................................................................
Calorifier charging .............................................................................................................................
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4
5
5
6
7
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Advanced user instructions
Language ..........................................................................................................................................
Clock setting......................................................................................................................................
Time clock level.................................................................................................................................
Time clock programming ...................................................................................................................
Block programming ...........................................................................................................................
Table program 1 settings...................................................................................................................
Table program 2 settings...................................................................................................................
Table program 3 settings...................................................................................................................
Room level ........................................................................................................................................
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10
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11
14
17
18
19
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Parameter tables
Room level parameters table............................................................................................................. 23
Advanced parameter table ............................................................................................................... 24
Installation / technical
Installation......................................................................................................................................... 25
Technical data................................................................................................................................... 25
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Introduction
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The RS-30 has the most modern technology and serves as a weather / room temperature regulator with
integrated hot water control and remote operating functions for the UltraGas or Topgas boilers.
With the most up to date micro electronics exclusive functions can be activated which guarantee the
highest level of comfort with the minimum energy usage. This is achieved with adaption and optimization
functions which match heating energy to the exact building requirements.
As well as these room temperature related functions a variety of equipment specific information is
available which can be read within the living room and when necessary adapted to individual
circumstances. This encompasses dates, on/off switching of the heating cycle with differently regulated
room temperatures, actual values and diagnostic fault messages of the boiler.
Operation of the unit is easy to understand and is limited to a minimum of operating elements which are
separated for user and advanced user levels. The instructions are separated into two parts.
Part 1 (user instructions) delivers all immediately important operating stages which are necessary for
use and are selected with directly accessible operating keys.
Part 2 (advanced instructions) these should only be used by the advanced user or service engineer
and relate to specific settings / heating parameters and are accessible by the covered operating keys.
Controls
Symbol Display
Heating
Night setback
1
4
2
5
3
6
7
10
12
11
13
8
9
1 – LCD Display
2 – Key (increase value)
3 – Key (decrease value)
4 – Key for heating program
5 – Key for reduced (night time) program
6 – Information
7 – Program key (time/date)
8 – Program key (automatic programs)
9 – Program key (house level)
10 – Program key (service level)
11 – Forward key
12 – Backward key
13 – Cover
Room temperature
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Key Function table (User Level)
Function
Enter with keys
Room temperature
correction
or
Adjust with keys /
range
Page No.
or
5…30oC
??
Heating (day)
room temperature
or
with
or
5…30oC
??
Reduced (night) room
temperature
or
with
or
5…30oC
??
i
Information
??
Party function
press and hold
or
0.5…10h
??
Continuous
heating
press and hold
or
5…30oC
??
Absent function
press and hold
or
0.5…10h
??
Continuous reduced
press and hold
or
5…30oC
??
Heating Off
(manual summer operation)
press and hold
or
On, Off
??
Automatic
Calorifier
charging
Automatic programs 1-3
or
??
and
simultaneously
ON
or
OFF
??
and
simultaneously
or
1, 2, 3
??
Switching on the Room station
When the room station is first switched on the
following display will show for 5 seconds:
Room Station Software version
Control type
The default display will then appear. The
symbol indicates that the room station is in
heating operation and the
symbol indicates
the room station is in reduced (night time)
operation.
Information:
Monday 10th March
1997 Time 20.15
Room temperature
20.5oC Clock
synchronisation
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Attention:
· During summer switch off the following
symbols are not shown
and .
· Blinking symbols
or indicate that
the unit is not operating under a normal
program eg. party.
Additional Information
The following additional information can be
obtained by pressing the i button (only if the
relevant sensors are fitted):
Default display.
Fault Indications
The RS-30 room station has a comprehensive
fault indication system which has priority over all
other indications and remain active until the fault
is rectified.
Faults concerning the firing unit must be rectified
in accordance with operating manual
instructions.
If any of the following fault displays are shown
(Fault – System Off, Fault – Hot water
temperature, Fault – Boiler temperature, Fault –
Room temperature ) you must notify the heating
engineer.
Automatic Program Selection
i
External sensor
temperature.
i
Flow temperature.
i
Boiler return
temperature.
In automatic there are three different time
programs to switch between for the heating. As a
general rule these can be used without the need
for adjustment but if individual programs are
required customised cycles can be entered (see
the advanced user section ).
Program 1
Day
Heating on time
Mo – Fr
6.00 - 8.00
16.00 - 22.00
7.00 - 23.00
Sa, Su
2 – Program 2
i
Domestic hot water
temperature.
Day
Mo – Su
Heating on time
6.00 - 22.00
Program 3
If the calorifier is fitted with a thermostat instead
of a sensor the following will be displayed:
Calorifier on/off.
i
Default display.
Day
Mo – Su
Heating on time
6.00 - 23.00
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Changing between Automatic Programs
press
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or
By using the
and
keys and following
procedure it is possible to change between the
automatic programs heating.
Display for reduced
operation.
Press Simultaneously
The following will be displayed for the default
setting of program 2:
press
Display for heating
temperature.
Use the
and
keys to change between
programs 1, 2 or 3.
After 4 secs the default display will be restored.
Works setting: 20oC
Adjustment range: 5oC…30oC
press
to increase
to decrease
Room Temperature
By using the program keys
and the
increase / decrease value keys
the room
temperature can be changed for heating and
reduced (night time).
A – Heating (day room temperature)
If in heating operation as indicated by
display follow the procedure below:
press
on the
Default screen
automatically returns
after 4 seconds.
B – Reduced (night room temperature)
If in reduced operation as indicated by on the
display follow the procedure below:
press
or
or
Display for reduced
operation.
Display for heating
operation.
Works setting: 20oC
Adjustment range: 5oC…30oC
press
to increase
to decrease
Default screen
automatically returns
after 4 seconds.
Default screen
automatically returns
after 4 seconds.
If in reduced operation as indicated by
display follow the procedure below:
Works setting: 16oC
Adjustment range: 5oC…30 oC
press
to increase
to decrease
on the
If in heating operation as indicated by
display follow the procedure below:
on the
press
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or
Display for heating
operation.
press
Display for reduced
operation.
For example:
At 20.15 the heating needs to be extended by 3
hours (to 23.15).
press
to increase
to decrease
Adjustment range 0.5…10h
It should be noted that the adjustment is from the
time of alteration and not an extension of the
automatic program 1, 2 or 3.
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
To cancel party program
The party program can be cancelled and put
back into automatic by the following procedure:
press and hold
Works setting: 16oC
Adjustment range: 5oC…30oC
press
to increase
to decrease
Default screen
automatically returns
after 4 seconds.
Heating Program
The default display returns after 4 seconds.
With the two program keys
and the
following changes can be made to the programs:
A - Party
B - Heating
C - Absent
D - Reduced
E - Heating off
B - Heating
This program is used to switch on the heating
continuously.
press and hold
A – Party
This program is used to switch on or extend the
heating automatic program to a certain time for a
one off event
press and hold
Display for party
program.
The default display returns after 4 seconds.
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To cancel heating program
The continuous heating program can be
cancelled using the following procedure:
press and hold
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
D - Reduced
This program is used to switch to reduced
continuously.
press and hold
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
C – Absent
This program is used to switch to reduced or
extend the reduced automatic program to a
certain time for a one off event
press and hold
Display for absent
program.
The default display returns after 4 seconds.
For example:
At 13.00 the heating is switched to reduced for
the next 6 hours (to 19.00).
press
to increase
to decrease
Adjustment range 0.5…10h
It should be noted that the adjustment is from the
time of alteration and not an extension of the
automatic program 1, 2 or 3.
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
To cancel reduced program
The continuous reduced program can be
cancelled using the following procedure:
press and hold
To cancel absent program
The absent program can be cancelled and put
back into automatic by the following procedure:
press and hold
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
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E – Heating Off
This program enables the heating operation
to be switched off without any danger of
frost. With outside temperature below the set
frost protection limit the heating cycle is
regulated according to the minimum room
temperature. The hot water generation
remains in operation.
Application: Manual summer operation
(heating off, hot water on)
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
Calorifier Charging
press and hold
With this program it is possible to switch the
calorifier on for a fixed three hour period.
press simultaneously
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
To Cancel program:
press simultaneously
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
During this operation method the
will blink
To cancel heating off program
The heating off program can be cancelled using
the following procedure:
press and hold
The default display will return after 4 seconds.
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Language
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- Month
The room station is programmed in three
languages English, German and French. To
change the language press
or
key
for 5 seconds. Once the language appears the
keys can be used to change languages.
Change with:
to increase
to decrease
Setting Range:
1 … 12
or
- Year
Change with:
to increase
to decrease
Setting Range:
1995 … 2030
Works setting: ENGLISH
The previous display will return in a few
seconds.
1 - Clock setting
- Return to default display
The following functions can be set:
-
key is not pressed the default display
If the
will return after 2 minutes. It is possible to return
to the default display at any time using the
information key.
Time (minutes, hours)
Day
Month
Year
2 - Time clock level
The clock can be set to automatically change
over from summer to winter time by a parameter
in the service level of the central unit.
Changing clock settings
The clock can be changed by using
and then the
and
decrease the values.
keys to increase or
- Time
Change with:
to increase
to decrease
Setting Range:
00:00 … 23:59
- Date
Change with:
to increase
to decrease
Setting Range:
1 … 31
key
In the time clock level the individual program
times can be customized. Standard heating
programs 1, 2 and 3 can be called up as desired
and overwritten with different switch times and
temperatures. Each standard program can thus
be configured individually and stored under the
same program number so that three different
programs are available on demand. These can
then simply be called up in the user operating
level see page 6 for setting of the automatic
program.
Note: Programming of room temperatures is only
possible if the relevant parameter has
been enabled in the service level by an
engineer.
If this has not been done it is only possible
to change the on / off times. In this case
the room temperature will be the works
setting of 20ºC or the corrected value
which has been set in the user level.
The standard programs are lost when
overwritten by customized programs.
These are cancelled after a reset and
replaced by the standard programs and
therefore have to be recreated if needed.
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Room temperature correction for PARTY and
HEATING with variable temperature
parameter enabled.
Press key
Boiler circuit
Works setting
program 2
For operating types:
-
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PARTY
HEATING
or
Boiler circuit
Room level set to
program 1
The room temperature is set to automatic works
setting of 20ºC or the corrected value which has
been set in the user level.
The actual room temperature values for each of
these two operating types can be set
independently to the automatic program if the
relevant parameter has been enabled in the
service level by an engineer.
or
Boiler circuit
Room level set to
program 3
The value is set separately when calling up the
operating type PARTY or HEATING by using
the
and
keys. These values remain
stored for each further call of this operating
type.
With the
and
the heating or hot water
circuit can be called up and is available for
programming.
Time Clock Programming
Calling up of heating cycles
It is possible to program up to three cycles /
periods for each desired weekday.
key the first
With a further pressing of the
heating cycle of the selected program shows
complete with indication of weekday, cycle
number, on time, off time and temperature. Each
value is called up with the
key in series
1 – Heating Cycle
For heating each of these cycles has an on / off
as well as a temperature indication for this time
span. The temperature can only be adjusted if
the relevant parameter is enabled in the service
level. Between heating cycles the room
temperature is regulated according to the
night temperature.
2 – Hot Water Cycle
For hot water each of these cycles has an on /
off time. Between hot water cycles hot water
heating is switch off. The temperature is set in
the room level and cannot be changed for each
cycle.
Entering the time clock level
Entering this level is achieved by simply pressing
the
key. The program 1, 2 or 3 which is set
in the room level is shown.
The
On time
Off time
Temperature
key can be used to step backwards.
The current value which can be changed with
the
and
keys is shown blinking. Switch
times can be altered in 5 minute intervals and
temperatures in 0.5K increments in the range of
5-30ºC.
The next heating cycle can be called up by
key and the process repeated.
pressing the
Note: The on/off times of not used heating cycles
should be set to 00:00 by simultaneously
pressing the
and
keys.
The 00:00 value does not refer to a clock
time but only shows an undefined switch
time.
After programming the last heating cycle
(Sunday – cycle 3) the first heating cycle
(Monday – cycle 1) will follow.
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By pressing the
key in quick succession
the programmed cycles can be called up in
series the values noted and corrected if
necessary.
Next cycle
Cycle 3 Monday
ON
Time clock level can be exited by pressing the
key.
Press to enter
Cycle program
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Change with
Next setting
OFF
Cycle 1 Monday
ON
Change with
Next setting
TEMP
(only when set in
service level
parameters)
Change with
Next setting
OFF
Change with
Next cycle
Remaining days in week
Change with
Next setting
TEMP
(only when set in
service level
parameters)
Program as Monday
Tuesday ON
cycle 1
Change with
Next cycle
Cycle 2 Monday
Sunday OFF
cycle 3
ON
Automatic Switch off Time Correction
Change with
Next setting
OFF
When programming a cycle, if the switch off time
is programmed before the switch on time the
cycle has no function.
Automatic Cycle Sorting
Change with
Next setting
TEMP
(only when set in
service level
parameters)
Change with
If the heating cycles 1 and 3 are programmed
and the second cycle is not set (indication 00:00)
the second cycle is automatically set to the third
cycle values, the third cycle is then made
available for further programming.
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Skipping Cycles
Press Simultaneously
If a called up cycle shows 00:00 the next cycle is
skipped.
Heating Cycles which overlap midnight
If a programmed heating time overlaps midnight
e.g. switch on time 6.00pm switch off time
2.00am the cycle must be programmed
separately on both days as shown below.
Cycle cancelled
Day 1 - Swtch on time 6.00pm switch off time
23.55pm and temperature if enabled.
Restore standard program
Day 2 - Switch on time 00:00 switch off time
2:00am and temperature if enabled.
To restore a customized program to a works
standard program select the program as
described on page 6 and press the
and
keys simultaneously.
Time clock program
The tables shown on pages 17-19 give an
overview of the works programmed standard
programs together with temperature settings
which cannot be lost. When creating customized
programs note the appropriate values in the
tables.
Enter the
time program
Boiler circuit
or
Hot water circuit
Canceling of individual heating cycles
If necessary individually created cycles can be
cancelled. After selecting the required cycle by
pressing the
key several times the cycle
can be cancelled by pressing the
and
keys simultaneously.
Press Simultaneously
Standard program
restored
Enter the
time program
Boiler circuit
Hot water circuit
Boiler circuit
Standard program
Restored
or
Hot water circuit
Standard program
restored
Press several times until
the desired cycle appears
Time clock level can be exited by pressing the i
key. The default display will then be restored.
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Block programming
In order to simplify the programming of the time clocks it is possible to copy the time clock settings in
various ways.
A – Complete automatic programs
It is possible to copy complete heating or hot water programs to other programs for example heating
program 1 to heating program 3. This can be achieved by using the
key to enter the time clock and
then the
keys to select the heating or hot water as the source. The
key is used to select
the target program to which it is to be copied. The
key is used to complete the copy. The procedure
is shown in further detail by the illustration below.
Note: It is not possible to copy heating programs to hot water programs or vice versa.
Press to enter clock program
*
Heating circuit
* only if present
Source program
Source program
Boiler circuit
program 1
Use
or
to
change program no.
use to enter program
to be copied to
Program
Program will
will blink
blink
Copy will
appear
Target program
mixer circuit 2
program 2
Press key to
confirm copy
Program copied
OK appears to confirm
program copied
Target program
=
Source program
New source program for
further copying
Copy program 3 from
program 1
Copy hot water prog. 3
from hot water prog. 2
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B – Day to day or week
Time programs can also be copied from day to the whole week or from day to day for example Tuesday
to Wednesday.
Day to week
While in the time clock see page 13 the
key followed by the
key can be used to copy the current
day to the whole week. The procedure is shown in further detail by the illustration on page 16.
Day to day
While in the time clock see page 13 the current day can be copied to another day by using the
key
two or more times to select the target day. The
key is used to complete the copy of the current day
to the target day. The procedure is shown in further detail by the illustration below.
Enter from heating cycle program
Day to copy (source day)
Press
Day copying
Week Copying
Press again to
select target day
Press to copy
Target day to
Copy to
Day copied to
whole week
Press to copy
Source day copied
To target day
Copy again
Target day =
Source for next copy
Beginning of
week now
displayed
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Room temperature corrections with individual temperature cycle programs
When individual temperatures have been entered for each heating cycle, the desired room temperature
can be altered via the correction keys
or
for one of the cycles. This change will then effect all
other heating cycles as shown in the below example:
Original cycle temperatures
Cycle 1
18ºC
Cycle 2
20ºC
Cycle 3
22ºC
Room temp + 2K
New Cycle 2
22ºC
New cycle temperatures
Cycle 1
18ºC + 2K = 20ºC
Cycle 2
20ºC + 2K = 22ºC
Cycle 3
22ºC + 2K = 24ºC
Etc.
As the temperature was increased by 2K during cycle 2 the desired value has been increased by 2K in
the other cycles.
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Program 1 settings
Standard Program 1 - Heating
Standard Program 1 - Calorifier
o
Calorifier temperature - 55 C
Day
Setting 1
Setting 2
Temp From
To
Setting 3
From
To
Temp From
Mon
6.00
8.00
20 C
o
16.00 22.00
20 C
o
Tue
6.00
8.00
20 C
o
16.00 22.00
Wed
6.00
8.00
20oC
Thur
6.00
8.00
Fri
6.00
8.00
20 C
Sat
7.00
23.00
20oC
-
Sun
7.00
23.00
20oC
-
Day
To
Temp
-
-
-
20 C
o
-
-
16.00 22.00
20oC
-
20 C
o
16.00 22.00
20 C
o
o
16.00 22.00
Setting 1
Setting 2
Setting 3
From
To
From
To
From
To
Mon
6.00
8.00
16.00
22.00
-
-
-
Tue
6.00
8.00
16.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
Wed
6.00
8.00
16.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
Thur
6.00
8.00
16.00
22.00
-
-
20 C
o
-
-
-
Fri
6.00
8.00
16.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Sat
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Sun
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
Custom Program 1 - Heating
Custom Program 1 - Calorifier
o
Calorifier temperature - __ C
Day
Setting 1
From
To
Setting 2
Temp From
To
Setting 3
Temp From
To
Day
Temp
Setting
1
From
Mon
Mon
Tue
Tue
Wed
Wed
Thur
Thur
Fri
Fri
Sat
Sat
Sun
Sun
To
Setting
2
From
To
Setting
3
From
To
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Program 2 settings
Standard Program 2 - Heating
Standard Program 2 - Calorifier
o
Calorifier temperature - 55 C
Day
Setting 1
Setting 2
Temp From
To
Setting 3
From
To
Temp From
Mon
6.00
22.00
20 C
o
-
-
-
Tue
6.00
22.00
20 C
o
-
-
Wed
6.00
22.00
20oC
-
Thur
6.00
22.00
20oC
Fri
6.00
22.00
Sat
6.00
Sun
6.00
Day
To
Temp
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
20oC
-
-
22.00
20oC
-
22.00
20oC
-
Setting 1
Setting 2
Setting 3
From
To
From
To
From
To
Mon
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
Tue
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
Wed
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Thur
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Fri
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Sat
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Sun
6.00
22.00
-
-
-
-
Custom Program 2 - Heating
Custom Program 2 - Calorifier
o
Calorifier temperature - __ C
Day
Setting 1
From
To
Setting 2
Temp From
To
Setting 3
Temp From
To
Day
Temp
Setting
1
From
Mon
Mon
Tue
Tue
Wed
Wed
Thur
Thur
Fri
Fri
Sat
Sat
Sun
Sun
To
Setting
2
From
To
Setting
3
From
To
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Program 3 settings
Standard Program 3 - Heating
Standard Program 3 - Calorifier
o
Calorifier temperature - 55 C
Day
Setting 1
Setting 2
Temp From
To
Setting 3
From
To
Temp From
Mon
6.00
23.00
20 C
o
-
-
-
Tue
6.00
23.00
20 C
o
-
-
Wed
6.00
23.00
20oC
-
Thur
6.00
23.00
20 C
o
Fri
6.00
23.00
Sat
6.00
Sun
6.00
Day
To
Temp
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
20 C
o
-
-
23.00
20oC
-
22.00
20oC
-
Setting 1
Setting 2
Setting 3
From
To
From
To
From
To
Mon
00.00
23.55
-
-
-
-
-
Tue
00.00
23.55
-
-
-
-
-
-
Wed
00.00
23.55
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Thur
00.00
23.55
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Fri
00.00
23.55
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Sat
00.00
23.55
-
-
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Custom Program 3 - Heating
Custom Program 3 - Calorifier
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Calorifier temperature - __ C
Day
Setting 1
From
To
Setting 2
Temp From
To
Setting 3
Temp From
To
Day
Temp
Setting
1
From
Mon
Mon
Tue
Tue
Wed
Wed
Thur
Thur
Fri
Fri
Sat
Sat
Sun
Sun
To
Setting
2
From
To
Setting
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From
To
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Advanced User Instructions
430294ENG-Jun02
3 - Room Level
Burner hours run
At this level, the parameters relevant to the
heating requirements of the building and its
characteristics can be displayed and changed.
Works setting:
000000.00h
-
Hot water temperature
Hot water operation
Burner hours run
Burner starts
Holiday program
Clock programs
Heating curves
Room temperature correction
Reset function
Entering the Room Level
Room level can be entered by using the
key. Changes can be made using the
and
keys.
Range: 0 … 99999999
Number of burner
starts
Works setting:
00000000
Range: 0 … 99999999
,
To exit the room level press the i key at any
time.
Press and hold for 3 secs
Holiday program start
Adjust with
to increase and
to decrease
Change between day and month with
and
This function is used to switch the heating to
frost protection only while the building is
unoccupied for example a holiday. The default
display will be today’s date.
Hot water
temperature
Works setting: 55ºC
Adjustment range 10ºC … Hot water maximum
temperature
press
to increase
to decrease
The maximum temperature is set in the technical
parameter level.
Holiday program
finish
Adjust with
to increase and
to decrease
Change between day and month with
and
This function is used to switch the heating back
on when the building becomes occupied.
Example of holiday program
Hot water operation
Works setting: On
Adjustment range: On or Off
Change with keys
or
On – Hot water control possible
Off – No Hot water control
The heating will be
switched to frost
protection only on the
29.3 at 24.00 hrs
The heating will
remain off from 30.3
00.00 hrs to 14.4
00.00 hrs. This will be
the default display until the heating is started
again on 14.4.
Advanced User Instructions
430294ENG-Jun02
Cancellation of holiday program
A complete holiday program can, before
commencement be cancelled by pressing
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Program 3
Change with
or
With this parameter it is possible to change
between the three clock programs for hot water,
see pages 17 to 19 for settings.
Holiday Begin
Boiler circuit clock
program
or
Holiday end
The
and
keys simultaneously.
The values for holiday start and holiday finish
with the exception of holiday set remain for
possible reprogramming.
Works setting: Program 2
Options: Program 1
Program 2
Program 3
Change with
or
With this parameter it is possible to change
between the three clock programs for the boiler
circuit, see pages 17 to 19 for settings.
Early Cancellation of holiday program
An activated holiday program can be cancelled
at any time by pressing the
or
keys and
holding until automatic is indicated.
Heating curve for
boiler
Blinks if auto adaption
is set in service level
parameters (do not
change)
Press
or
Works setting: 1.4
Range: 0.20 … 3.5
Change with
or
With this parameter it is possible to change the
slope of the heating curve for the boiler circuit
(see graph).
and hold
The default display returns after 4 seconds.
Hot water clock
program
Works setting: Program 3
Options: Program 1
Program 2
The heating curve gives the boiler flow
temperature / outdoor temperature ratio. The
curve should only be reset with minimum
changes spread out over a certain period of time
to enable the regulator to react (by nature a
heating installation is very slow to react).
Corrections of 0.1 increments every 1 or 2 days
is recommended.
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Advanced User Instructions
Note: The room station should be placed in the
room that most accurately represents the
temperature of the building. Thermostatic
radiator valves when fitted properly should only
serve to deregulate foreign heat sources and
therefore should be fully open. During the
regulation phase all foreign heat source should
be switch off and ventilation should be kept to a
minimum so as not to disturb the regulation
process.
When the heating curve is correctly set the room
temperature should remain constant regardless
of outside temperature. If automatic adaption is
set in the service level the value will blink and is
constantly corrected. In this case it must not be
manually altered.
430294ENG-Jun02
Room temperature
compensation
1
2
Works setting: 0.0K
Range: -2.5K … +2.5K
Change with
or
1 – Room temperature
2 – Correction
With this parameter it is possible to calibration
the room temperature by ± 2.5K.
Recommended values:
Floor heating:
0.3 ….. 1.0
Radiator heating:
1.2 ….. 2.0
Convection heating: 1.5 ….. 2.0
Heating curve graph
Reset function
Max 80ºC
Boiler
Flow
Temp
ºC
With this function it is possible to reset all the
room level parameters back to their factory
settings with the exception of burner hours run
and burner starts.
To reset room level parameters hold
and
Simultaneously until the following display
appears
Min 31ºC
Parameters reset
Outside temperature ºC
Default screen
430294ENG-Jun02
Parameter Function
Range
1. Hot water temp
10 C – Max
setting
55 C
2. Hot water operation
Off, On
On
3. Burner hours run
000000.00 –
999999.59
000000.00
4. Burner starts
00000000 –
99999999
00000000
5. Holiday program start
01/01 – 31/12
Not set
6. Holiday program finish
01/01 – 31/12
Not set
7. Clock program for Hot water
1–2–3
2
8. Clock program for Heating
1–2–3
2
9. Heating curve
0.20…3.50
1.4
10. Room temperature
compensation
-2.5 … +2.5K
11. Reset
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Room Level Parameters
o
Factory Setting
Current Setting
o
Reset to factory settings
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Advanced Parameter Table
430294ENG-Jun02
Parameter
Function
Parameter Function
Range
Factory
Setting
1
First Commissioning date
-
-
2
Room Sensor
Off - On
Off
3
Influence of room temp
0…250%
50%
4
Auto Adaption
Off - On
On
5
Variable room temp
Off - On
Off
6
Derivative action time
0…6 h
2h
7
Heating maximum temp
40…90 C
8
Hot water maximum temp
40…60 C
9
Frost protection
-20…+10 C
10
Summer switch off
11
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80 C
o
o
60 C
o
o
0C
+10…30 C
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17 C
Protection against
Legionella
Off 1…8
Off
12
Night water load
10…100%
30%
13
Summer/Winter
switchover
On – Off
On
14
Heating user index
1.0 / 1.31 / 2.0
2P5K, 2P10K
1.31
15
Minimum outdoor
temperature
-20…0 C
-10 C
16
Type of calorifier sensor
1, 2
1 (Thermostat)
17
Room level lock up
0, 1, 2
0
18
Alarm Logic signals
On – Off
On
RESET
-
-
o
o
o
o
Current
Setting
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Installation / Technical Data
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Installation
Positioning – without room sensor
If there is no room sensor or the room sensor has not been activated the unit can be placed as desired.
Positioning – with room sensor
When used with the unit sensor activated the unit must be placed at a height of approximately 1.20 to
1.50 m in a place representing the temperature of all rooms. It is advisable to choose an internal wall in
the coolest room which is used in the day.
The unit may not be positioned:
· In direct sunlight (take note of the position of the sun in winter)
· Near any equipment which produces heat like televisions, wall lights, radiators etc.
· On walls where hot water pipes or chimneys run.
· On outside walls which are not insulated.
· In corners, recesses, shelves or behind curtains (insufficient air circulation).
· Near doors which lead to unheated rooms.
· In rooms which are regulated with thermostatic valves.
Mounting
Open the cover and loosen the screw inside. Lift the unit off the back plate. Secure the back plate with
the screws provided. The data bus cable must be threaded through the lower part of the back plate. With
a data bus cable of over 50m cable of types JY-(ST) 2x0.6 must be used. The screening must be
connected to the earth terminal of the boiler.
Note: on new installations use a box behind the room station.
Electrical Connection
Before connecting / wiring the power at the boiler must be off. The 2 core bus cable is connected to the 4
pole terminal on the back plate. After the wiring is complete the room station is slotted in from above and
screwed to the back plate. Refer to the electrical diagram supplied with the boiler.
Note: by incorrect wiring the remains in VERSION indication for approximately 1 minute and then goes to
fault indication.
Technical Data
Wiring: 4 pole screwed terminals on back plate
for 1mm2 max wire cross section.
Fixing distance: 60mm (2 hole fixing)
Wall Fixing: 2 x 3mm dia x 18 long
Weight: 170g
Bus Interface: RS485
Operating Temperature: -10oC….+50oC
Power supply: From central unit
Storage Temperature: -25oC….+60oC
Color: White RAL 9016
Clock Accuracy: - +/- 50sec./month
Data retention: - Backup for 5 years
Indication: Alpha numeric text indication as well
as symbols
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