EB - Therm 800
4 in 1 Digital thermostat with fuzzy technology for DIN rail mounting
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MANUAL EB-Therm 800
EB-Therm 800
Thank you for choosing Ebeco and EB-Therm 800, which we hope you will use
and enjoy for many years to come.
This is a microprocessor controlled thermostat intended for a DIN rail mounting
with a backlit LCD display. The front is fitted with three control buttons. There
are four operational modes and a number of temperature reduction programs to
choose between for energy-smart control. There is also the option of basing the
programming entirely on your own temperature requirements.
For the guarantee to be valid, the product must be installed and handled as indicated in this manual. Please read it carefully. This applies both to those installing
the thermostat and to those who will use it.
TEMP
Temperature control is done with help of an algorithm that uses fuzzy technology.
The technology entails the thermostat testing and collecting data from start-up,
and based on this, computing when to switch on and off. This technology reduces
temperature variations and thus provides a more constant temperature and lower
energy consumption.
TIME
Thermostat with fuzzy technology
Thermostat without fuzzy technology
You will also find technical data and information on troubleshooting in the manual.
If you have any questions, you are of course always welcome to contact Ebeco.
Phone +46 31 707 75 50 or send an email to support@ebeco.se.
Feel free to visit ebeco.com for more information.
This is a electrical power device and must therefore be installed and connected in
accordance with the current national regulations.
Contents
In the box . . ...................................................................................................................... 4
Accessories ..................................................................................................................... 4
Installation ......................................................................................................... 5
Thermostat .. ....................................................................................................................... 5
Sensor ................................................................................................................................. 5
Introduction ....................................................................................................... 6
Four different operational modes ............................................................................... 6
Menu navigation..................................................................................................... 7
Start menu. . ............................................................................................................. 8
Display mode.. ......................................................................................................... 9
Display mode functions. . .................................................................................................. 9
Operational mode heating ............................................................................... 11
Main menu . . .......................................................................................................... 11
Temperature menu . . ....................................................................................................... 11
Program menu ................................................................................................................ 12
System settings menu . . .................................................................................................. 14
Operational mode cooling . . ............................................................................. 18
Main menu . . .......................................................................................................... 18
Temperature menu . . ....................................................................................................... 18
Program menu ................................................................................................................ 18
System settings menu . . .................................................................................................. 21
Operational mode industrial ........................................................................... 24
Main menu . . .......................................................................................................... 24
Temperature menu . . ...................................................................................................... 24
Program menu ............................................................................................................... 26
System settings menu . . ................................................................................................. 27
Operational mode Max/Min ............................................................................ 29
Main menu . . .......................................................................................................... 29
Temperature menu . . ...................................................................................................... 29
Program menu ............................................................................................................... 30
System settings menu . . .................................................................................................. 31
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................... 33
Technical specifications ............................................................................................ 34
Guarantee ......................................................................................................... 35
In the box
1. Thermostat E 85 816 10
3. Sensor cable 3 m E 85 816 71
2. Quick guide
Accessories
Depending on how the thermostat is used you may need the articles below.
1.
2.
3.
1. Sensor cable 3 m (High temperature sensor) E 85 816 73
You need this article if you want to control temperatures above +75 °C.
2. Sensor cable 3 m (Low temperature sensor) E 85 816 71
3. Enclosed sensor IP20/ IP54 E 85 816 22
You need this article if you want to use the thermostat as a room thermostat or a
Max/Min thermostat for roof installations.
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Installation
Thermostat
The EB-Therm 800 must be fitted on a DIN standard rail (EN 50022-35) in a standard cabinet available for the applicable enclosure protection class. The EB-Therm
800 with protection class IP20 is intended for installation in environments with a
temperature interval of -20 °C to +45 °C.
The thermostat is fitted with 14 terminal blocks numbered according to the wiring
diagram below:
L N
5
1
10
6
NC
2
A
11
ALARM
7
12
3
8
13
NO
LOAD
4
16A
B
9
14
NO
REMOTE
Power voltage are connected
to terminal blocks 1 and 2.
Terminal blocks 3 and 4 are the
relay which controls loading.
Sensor A is connected to 5 and 6.
Sensor B is connected to 7 and 8.
Any external alarms are connected to terminal blocks 10
and 11.
Terminal blocks 12 and 13
should not be used.
Any remote control device is
connected to 9 and 14.
Sensor
If EB-Therm 800 is used as an underfloor heating thermostat, the room sensor is
connected as A, and the floor sensor as B. If you install a floor that requires overheating protection, the room sensor is installed as A and the overheating protection as B.
The floor sensor must be mounted in a spiral hose laid in the floor. The hose endings must be sealed so that the floor sensor can easily be replaced.
The room sensor (E 85 816 22) must be positioned so it is not exposed to direct
sunlight or draughts. If the room sensor is fitted in an appliance box, incoming
pipes must be sealed so the air temperature is not affected by draughts.
The sensor can be installed as either A or B for all other operational modes
and controls other than the floor heating thermostat. Enter details in the START
MENU where the sensor is installed. It is possible to install two sensors, A and B,
but you can only use one at a time for control. We recommend the high temperature sensor (E85 816 73) for temperatures above +75 °C. Only one high
temperature sensor can be connected. It must always be connected as B,
to terminal blocks 7 and 8.
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
The manual, like the thermostat, is divided into four different operational modes
so you will only need to read about the functions that you will use. The thermostat’s operational mode can only be set in the start menu which appears the
first time the thermostat is started (read more about the start menu on page 8)
or after it has been reset.
Four different operational modes
HEATING
The HEATING operational mode is used in living areas, offices, warehouses and likewise. This operational mode
allows you to control the heating in the temperature interval from +5 °C to +45 °C. The thermostat can be used
as a floor thermostat, a room thermostat or a room thermostat with overheating protection for wooden floors.
The energy saving programs are primarily customised
for residential and office environments, but can also be
used to control the heating of warehouses for instance.
COOLING
The COOLING operational mode is used in living areas,
offices, warehouses and likewise. With this operational
mode, the thermostat functions as a room thermostat
that allows you to control the air conditioning or other
cooling in the temperature interval from +5 °C to +45 °C.
The energy saving programs are primarily designed for
residential and office environments, but can also be
used to cool warehouses for instance.
INDUSTRIAL
The INDUSTRIAL operational mode is used for controlling
temperatures in industrial processes, high temperatures
or provide frost protection in sensitive installations. This
operational mode allows you to control heating in the
-15 °C to +75 °C and +60 °C to +170 °C intervals, or limit
the range to -10 °C and +15 °C to provide frost protection. It is also possible to adjust the temperature hysteresis and set upper and lower temperature alarms.
MAX/MIN
The MAX/MIN operational mode is primarily used to keep
roofs and small ground areas free of snow and ice. The
temperature interval is adjustable between +10 °C and
-10 °C. It is also possible to control the heating with a
timer to further reduce operational costs.
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Menu navigation
The functions in the EB-Therm 800 are arranged in a system of menus and submenus. In the MAIN MENU there are always three submenus, TEMP, PROGRAM and
SYSTEM. There are further menu selections under each of these.
The first time the thermostat starts, you can set a number of critical values in the
START menu (see page 8). The START menu is never displayed again and the thermostat always starts in the display mode (see page 9).
The thermostat has two backlit modes; full and half strength. The backlit display
returns to half strength if no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds. The backlit display goes to full strength by pressing any of the three buttons but the thermostat
remains in the display mode.
You can access the menus by pressing once on
in the display mode.
The top row always indicates which menu you are in. Using
or , the round
cursor can be moved and the selected row with the cursor flashes. Press
to select the option that is highlighted. There is an EXIT option to take you back to the
previous menu at the bottom of all menus.
To reset the thermostat to factory settings, there is a RESET function of which you
can read more on page 16.
MENU NAME
CURSOR
SELECTED
SUB MENU
FLASHES
MENU SELECTIONS
This button allows you
to scroll down through
menus or decrease
values.
This button opens a
menu or confirms a
change.
With this button, you
can scroll up through
menus or increase
values.
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Start menu
The Start menu is designed to quickly and easily set three required basic settings.
It only appears the first time the thermostat is turned on (or if the thermostat is
reset entirely using the reset function). You begin by selecting language, continue with date and time settings and conclude with operational mode and sensor
settings. The grey headings indicates the menu name used in the thermostat.
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Language setting LANGUAGE
You can select from a number of languages – the factory setting is English.
Set your required language by scrolling among the different language selections using the
or
button and confirm your selection with .
2
Date & time DATE/TIME
You need to set the date and time for certain software features to work correctly. The thermostat itself calculates what day it is and automatically adjusts to daylight saving time (this function can later be turned off if required).
You can increase or decrease the value that flashes using the
or
buttons. When you have made your selection, confirm with
and the next
value will flash. Repeat this process until all values ​​are set. Begin first by setting the current date, and then the month and year. Continue by setting the
hours and minutes.
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Operational mode OPERATIONAL MODE
There are four different operational modes to choose from: HEATING, COOLING, INDUSTRIAL or MAX/MIN. The operational mode can only be set in the
start menu and cannot be changed once you exit the startup menu.
The heating and cooling modes are intended to control the temperature
in living areas, offices, warehouses or similar. The industrial mode allows
you to control industrial processes, high temperatures or protect sensitive
installations from frost. Max/Min is mainly used to keep roofs and smaller
ground areas free of snow and ice.
You set the required operational mode by scrolling through the available
options with the
or
button and confirm your selection with . Configure the sensors for your installation once you have selected the mode
that best meets your needs. Learn more about the sensor settings in the
section describing the selected operational mode.
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Exit the Start menu EXIT
When all settings are made, select EXIT and exit the Start menu by selecting YES to go straight to the DISPLAY MODE which is the normal mode for the
thermostat.
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Display mode
The display mode is the thermostat’s normal mode, which shows the most important settings and function status. The display alternates between set points
and actual values, and it always shows the thermostat’s operational mode and
if the installation is on or off. The set point describes the required temperature
while the actual value describes the actual temperature.
OPERATIONAL
MODE
PROGRAM
SET POINT
HEATING
PERSONAL
TMP +20.0
IDLE
ON or OFF
HEADING
SENSOR
RM +20.5
ACTUAL VALUE A*
IDLE
ACTUAL VALUE B*
ON or OFF
* ACTUAL VALUE A indicates the temperature at sensor A and ACTUAL VALUE B indicates the temperature at sensor B. The actual value is only shown on sensors which
are installed and activated.
Display mode functions
Six different functions can be accessed from the display mode: OVERVIEW, MAIN
MENU, OPERATION TIME, shortcut to the TEMPmenu and set point, shortcut to the
LANGUAGE menu and STANDBY MODE .
30 seconds after the last button is pressed, the thermostat always returns to the
display mode regardless of where you are in the menus. If you are ever unsure
if you are in the right menu or setting, you can always allow the thermostat to
return to the display mode. No settings are saved (if you do not press the confirm
button) and you can start again.
Overview [press 3s]
To quickly and easily obtain a thermostat setting overview, you can press
for three seconds to activate the overview function. You can then scroll
through all thermostat settings using
and
. To return to the display
mode, press
or wait for thirty seconds.
Main menu [press
]
When the thermostat is in the display mode, press
to access the main
menu. The main menu gives you access to all settings (read more about the
main menu in the section dealing with your selected operational mode).
To return to the display mode you can wait for thirty seconds or select EXIT.
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Operation time [press
]
To see the total and momentary operation time*, press
when the thermostat is in the display mode. The counter counts both the total number
of hours the thermostat has been in operation and the momentary time
i.e. like a car’s speedometer, it counts the number of hours the installation
is switched on since the counter was reset. The operation time is used to
calculate energy consumption in the installation**.
The momentary counter is reset in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and COUNTER . Both counters are reset if the thermostat is reset to the factory settings.
To return to the display mode, press
or wait for thirty seconds.
* Operation time = the time the thermostat has been in operation, i.e. how long the
heating or cooling system has been switched on.
** Energy consumption (kWh) = Installed output (kW) x Operation time (h)
Shortcut to language setting [press
3s]
To change the language setting without going through the menu system,
press
when the thermostat is in the display mode. This will take you directly to the language selection menu (read more about the language selection menu in the section dealing with your selected operational mode).
Shortcut to temperature setting [press
3s]
To quickly change the temperature setting without going through the main
menu, one can press
in the display mode and hold it down for three seconds to directly access the temperature setting (set point).
Standby mode [press
3s]
When the thermostat is in standby mode, the temperature is not regulated
and the screen is not active, but the clock runs as normal and all settings are
saved in the memory. Note that the thermostat is still running and connected
to the mains.
The standby mode is accessed from the display mode by holding
pressed
in for three seconds. You will then be asked if you want to turn off the thermostat. If you select YES, the standby mode is activated, and selecting NO
(or wait for thirty seconds), the thermostat will return to the display mode.
Press any key to exit standby. This will take you directly to the display mode.
You have now gone through everything required to go directly to the operational
mode to be used by the thermostat. There you can read more about all its functions and how to set them to make the most out of your thermostat.
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Operational mode heating
The Heating operational mode is used in living areas, offices, warehouses
and likewise. This operational mode allows you to control the heating
in the temperature interval from +5 °C to +45 °C. The thermostat can be
used as a floor thermostat, a room thermostat or a room thermostat with
overheating protection for wooden floors. The energy saving programs are
primarily customised for residential and office environments, but can also
be used to control the heating of warehouses for instance.
Main menu MAIN MENU
The MAIN MENU contains three submenus: TEMP, PROGRAM, SYSTEM and with EXIT you
MAIN MENU
are taken back to the display mode.
TEMP
PROGRAM
SYSTEM
EXIT
TEMP
OH PROTECTION
EXIT
MANUAL
HOME
OFFICE
HOLIDAYS
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
DS TIME
SENSOR
DISPLAY MODE
PERSONAL
ADAPTIVE
EXIT
VENT
RESET
EXIT
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains those functions that are linked with directly controlling the temperature in any way. The set point and any overheating protection
is configured here. The temperature menu is accessed by selecting TEMP in the
MAIN MENU.
Set point TEMP
You can find set point settings under TEMP in the temperature menu. The required
temperature is set here by pressing
or
and then confirmed with . The set
point can be set to within half a degree of accuracy between +5 °C and +45 °C,
where the default is +22 °C.
Overheating protection OH PROTECTION
The overheating protection functions as a floor temperature limiter; if you have
wooden or laminate flooring, always use a room temperature sensor and overheating protection to make sure not to overheat and damage the flooring material.
You can find the overheating protection under OH PROTECTION under TEMP. The
limitation can be set to between +5 °C and +45 °C. The factory setting of +35 °C
gives a surface temperature of approx. +27 °C.
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The surface temperature is an average value and varies slightly depending on material and thickness. Denser (harder) types of wood provide less insulation compared to softer types of wood which results in a higher surface temperature. A
thinner floor results in a higher surface temperature compared to a thicker floor.
The overheating protection works only if two sensors are installed: a room temperature sensor (sensor A) and a overheating protection (sensor B).
Program menu PROGRAM
A smart way to save energy is to adapt the heating to your actual daily requirements and, for example, lower the temperature when the house is empty. There
are four program options for temperature reduction in the thermostat: two preset
programs for home and office environments, one program which is based entirely
on personal settings, and one other program. You don’t need to think about the
heating time when you are programming because the thermostat has an adaptive
function which takes this into account automatically.
You can find the different programs in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM. To change
programs, scroll using
or , and select with . The thermostat is set to manual program when it leaves the factory, i.e. you set the required temperature (set
point) and the thermostat then maintains this temperature.
Program for home environment HOME
The temperature is automatically reduced by 5 °C during the following periods:
Monday-Friday 8.30 am to 3 pm and all days between the hours of 11 pm and 5 am.
The home environment program can be found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU.
Select HOME with
and the thermostat displays a message for two seconds confirming that the program is activated. You can already see in the display mode that
the program is active as HOME is displayed on the second line.
The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat operates
based on the temperature selected in the manual program, where the factory setting is +22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or set point
in the TEMP menu, the thermostat operates based on the new temperature and
decreases by 5 °C according to the temperature now set.
Program for office environment OFFICE
The temperature is automatically reduced by 5 °C except during the following
periods: Monday–Friday, 6 am–6 pm.
The office environment program can be found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU.
Select OFFICE with
and the thermostat displays a message for two seconds confirming that the program is activated. You will then see in the display mode that
the program is active as OFFICE is displayed on the second line.
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The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat operates
based on the temperature selected in the manual program, where the default is
+22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or set point in the
TEMP menu, the thermostat operates based on the new temperature and decreases by 5 °C according to the temperature now set.
Holiday program HOLIDAY
This program is ideal for when you want to save energy and protect against frost
damage in premises which are standing empty or unused for long periods, such as
holiday homes and warehouses, or when you will be away from your main home
for longer than usual. The holiday program can be controlled with a remote control device if required. There are three menu options to select from under HOLIDAY:
ACTIVATE , CHANGE and RESET.
can be found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Temperature can be set
between +5 °C and +20 °C, and the factory setting is +12 °C.
HOLIDAY
ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE, and here you can select to use the TIMER SETTING. If you want to start the program without a timer function, select NO and the
program will be active until you decide to start another program. If you select YES
the program will be active during the selected time period to then return to the
latest run program.
The first time the program is run you need to set times and temperatures under
CHANGE . All settings are saved in the memory and are not lost even if there is a
power stoppage, but you will need to set the clock for it to work normally again.
CHANGE
If you want to make changes to settings, select CHANGE. Under TEMP the temperature you want the thermostat to maintain when the program is activated is set,
under TIMER the set start and stop times can be changed, and under REMOTE the
remote control function can be activated if one is installed.
RESET
There is also a reset function that resets the program to the factory setting of
+12 °C and erases all time settings.
REMOTE CONTROL
The holiday program can be activated/deactivated using a remote control device.
The device is connected to designated terminal blocks. See the wiring diagram.
The holiday program is activated when the remote control device’s port is closed
and deactivated when the port is opened again. The thermostat will then return
to the previous setting.
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Personal program [PERSONAL]
By programming the thermostat yourself, you can optimise energy consumption
according to your needs by setting four events each day: WAKEUP, OUT, HOME and
NIGHT. There are three menu options to choose from: ACTIVATE , CHANGE and RESET.
The personal program PERSONAL is found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Temperatures can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C, and the factory setting is +22 °C.
ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE and the program will be active until you decide to start another program. All settings are saved in the memory and they are
not lost even if there is a power stoppage for longer than two days, but you will
need to set the clock for it to work normally again.
CHANGE
To set up your personal program, go to the CHANGE menu. You can set the various
program events in different ways. You can choose to program on a day to day
basis, for the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) or for the whole week. It is usually
easiest to set up for a whole week first and then make changes for any days with
different requirements.
Once you have selected on which day/days the events are to occur, you need to set
the time of day they will occur and what temperature you want the floor to have
at that time.
You start by setting the time, which flashes. Scroll with the
or
button until
you reach the time you want the WAKEUP event to occur. First set the hours and
confirm with , followed by minutes and confirm with . Scroll to the required
temperature for WAKEUP. Confirm with
and OUT is shown. Repeat the steps
above to set time and temperature and HOME is shown. Repeat the steps above to
set time and temperature until NIGHT is shown. Repeat the steps above to set time
and temperature.
RESET
There is also a reset function that resets the program to the factory setting of
+22 °C and erases all time settings.
System settings menu SYSTEM
Under system settings you can find settings options such as language and date,
but also restore functions for the counter and a master reset to factory settings.
The system settings can be found under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
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Language LANGUAGE
You can select from a number of different languages – the factory setting is English.
Set your required language by scrolling among the different language selections
using the
or
button and confirm your selection with .
You can also use the shortcut commando in the display mode (hold
pressed
in for three seconds). This will take you directly to the language menu. A useful
feature if you set the wrong language by mistake and then find it difficult to get
back to the language menu.
Date and time DATE/TIME
The set time and date can be changed if you need to do so, for example, if the
thermostat has been without power for more than fifty hours. The setting function will then appear automatically.
You can find the date and time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/
TIME . The value that flashes can be changed using either
or
and confirmed
with .
Summer and winter time DS TIME
The thermostat’s calendar and clock automatically adjust to daylight saving time
but the function can be turned off if required.
You can find the summer and winter time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and select DS TIME. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and there select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is turned off.
You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
Sensor settings SENSOR
The thermostat can control the temperature in three different ways to both provide a comfort temperature and any temperature requirements for flooring materials.
You can find the sensor setting in the SYSTEM menu under SENSOR and there select
which sensor you want to use by scrolling with
or
and confirm with .
Adaptive function ADAPTIVE
The thermostat has a function which works out when the heating should start
to give the correct temperature at the correct time. This function is activated as
default, but it can be turned off.
You can find the setting for the adaptive function in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and there select ADAPTIVE. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and
there select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is
turned off. You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
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Ventilation mode VENT
If the room temperature falls by more than 3 °C in a single minute, e.g. when airing
the room, the ventilation mode is activated. Then the thermostat stops the heat
for 15 minutes and returns to the previous mode. If the ventilation mode is activated, it is shown in the display mode. The function is activated on delivery, but it
can be turned off.
You can find the setting for the ventilation mode in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and there select VENT. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and there
select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is turned off.
You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
FLOOR THERMOSTAT
The most common setting that suits most rooms and needs. A sensor placed in
the floor measures the temperature and regulates the heat.
Note that the sensor measures the temperature under the floor; if the thermostat
is set as a floor thermostat, this is the temperature you set in the TEMP menu and
not the temperature in the room or at the floor surface.
ROOM THERMOSTAT
It can sometimes be better to regulate the heat with a room sensor if you have a
very large room or a room with large glass surfaces. You need to supplement with
a sensor (E 85 816 22). When the thermostat is used as a room thermostat, the
room temperature is set in the TEMP menu.
ROOM THERMOSTAT WITH OVERHEATING PROTECTION
If you have wooden or laminate flooring, you have to use this setting to make
sure not to overheat and damage the flooring material. The preset value for the
temperature limit is +35 °C. Read more about the overheating protection in the
Temperature menu section. You need to supplement with a sensor (E 85 816 22).
Reset RESET
There are three options in the reset menu: OPERATION TIME, OPERATIONAL MODE and
FACTORY SETTING. You can find the RESET menu under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Reset operation time OPERATION TIME
The operation time is counted in hours, like a car’s speedometer it counts the
number of hours the installation has been run since the last reset. This is useful if
you want to calculate energy consumption for a certain time period. The thermostat also has a counter for the display of the total number of operational hours that
cannot be reset.
When the thermostat is in display mode, press to view the total and momentary
operation time.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM menu under RESET and there select
OPERATION TIME . NO is the preset value and you can change this to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
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Reset operational mode settings OPERATIONAL MODE
You can reset the settings in OPERATIONAL MODE HEATING. All programs are reset
and temperature and sensor settings return to the default values. A reset does
not have effect on the selection of OPERATIONAL MODE, LANGUAGE or set DATE/TIME.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and there select
OPERATIONAL MODE . NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Return to factory settings FACTORY SETTING
You can reset the thermostat completely to its factory settings. All programmed
data is lost and one is returned to the startup menu. If you choose to reset the
thermostat, it is important to know in which mode it is being used and how the
sensors are configured.
The only way to change the operational mode of the thermostat is by restoring
the factory settings.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and select there
FACTORY SETTING. NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
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Operational mode cooling
The cooling operational mode is used in living areas, offices, warehouses and
likewise. With this operational mode, the thermostat functions as a room
thermostat that allows you to control the air conditioning or other cooling in
the temperature interval from +5 °C to +45 °C. The energy saving programs
are primarily designed for residential and office environments, but can also be
used to cool warehouses for instance.
Main menu MAIN MENU
The MAIN MENU contains three submenus: TEMPERATURE, PROGRAM, SYSTEM and with
EXIT you can return to the display mode.
MAIN MENU
TEMP
PROGRAM
TEMP
SYSTEM
EXIT
MANUAL
HOME
OFFICE
HOLIDAYS
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
DS TIME
SENSOR
DISPLAY MODE
PERSONAL
ADAPTIVE
EXIT
VENT
RESET
EXIT
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains those functions that are linked with directly controlling the temperature in some way; set points are set here. The temperature
menu is accessed by selecting TEMP in the MAIN MENU.
Set point TEMP
You can find set point settings under TEMP in the temperature menu. The required
temperature is set here by pressing
or
and then confirmed with
. The
set point can be set to within half a degree of accuracy between +5 °C and +45 °C,
where the default is +22 °C.
Program menu PROGRAM
A smart way to save energy is to adapt the air conditioning to your actual daily
requirements and, for example, raise the temperature when the house is empty.
There are four program options for temperature increase in the thermostat: two
preset programs for home and office environments, one program which is based
entirely on personal settings, and one holiday program.
You don’t need to think about the cooling time when you are programming because
the thermostat has an adaptive function which takes this into account automatically.
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You can find the different programs in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM. To change
programs, scroll using
or , and select with . The thermostat is set to manual program when it leaves the factory, i.e. you set the required temperature (set
point) and the thermostat then maintains this temperature.
Program for home environment HOME
The temperature is automatically increased by 5 °C during the following periods:
Monday-Friday 8.30 am to 3 pm and all days between the hours of 11 pm and 5 am.
The home environment program can be found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU.
Select HOME with
and the thermostat displays a message for two seconds confirming that the program is activated. You can already see in the display mode that
the program is active as HOME is displayed on the second line.
The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat operates
based on the temperature selected in the manual program, where the factory setting is +22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or the set
point in the TEMP menu, the thermostat operates according to the new temperature and increases or reduces it by 5 °C based on the new temperature.
Program for office environment OFFICE
The temperature is automatically increased by 5 °C except during the following
periods: Monday–Friday, 6 am–6 pm.
The office environment program can be found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU.
Select OFFICE with
and the thermostat displays a message for two seconds confirming that the program is activated. You will then see in the display mode that
the program is active as OFFICE is displayed on the second line.
The temperature can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C. The thermostat operates
based on the temperature selected in the manual program, where the factory setting is +22 °C. If you change the temperature in the manual program, or the set
point in the TEMP menu, the thermostat operates according to the new temperature and increases or reduces it by 5 °C based on the new temperature.
Holiday program HOLIDAY
This program is ideal for when you want to protect against overheating damage
in for instance electronic equipment or to simply save energy in premises which
are standing empty or unused for long periods, such as holiday homes and warehouses, or when you will be away from your main home for longer than usual. The
holiday program can be controlled with a remote control device if required. There
are three menu options to select from under HOLIDAY: ACTIVATE, CHANGE and RESET.
HOLIDAY can be found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Temperatures can be set
to between +20 °C and +40 °C, and the factory setting is +27 °C.
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ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE, and here you can select to use the TIMER SETTING. If you want to start the program without a timer function, select NO and the
program will be active until you decide to start another program. If you select YES
the program will be active during the selected time period to then return to the
latest run program.
The first time the program is run you need to set times and temperatures under
CHANGE . All settings are saved in the memory and are not lost even if there is a
power stoppage, but you will need to set the clock for it to work normally again.
CHANGE
If you want to make changes to settings, select CHANGE. Under TEMP the temperature you want the thermostat to maintain when the program is activated is set,
under TIMER the set start and stop times can be changed, and under REMOTE the
remote control function can be activated if one is installed.
RESET
There is also a reset function that resets the program to the factory setting of
+27 °C and erases all time settings.
REMOTE CONTROL
The holiday program can be activated/deactivated using a remote control device.
The device is connected to designated terminal blocks. See the wiring diagram.
The holiday program is activated when the remote control device’s port is closed
and deactivated when the port is opened again. The thermostat will then return
to the previous setting.
Personal program PERSONAL
By programming the thermostat yourself, you can optimise energy consumption
according to your needs by setting four events each day: WAKEUP, OUT, HOME and
NIGHT. There are three menu options to choose from: ACTIVATE , CHANGE and RESET.
The personal program PERSONAL is found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. Temperatures can be set between +5 °C and +45 °C, and the factory setting is +22 °C.
ACTIVATE
The program is started with ACTIVATE and the program will be active until you decide to start another program. The first time the program is run you need to set
times and temperatures under CHANGE. All settings are saved in the memory and
they are not lost even if there is a power stoppage for longer than two days, but
you will need to set the clock for it to work normally again.
CHANGE
To set up your personal program, go to the CHANGE menu. You can set the various
program events in different ways. You can choose to program on a day to day
basis, for the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) or for the whole week. It is usually
easiest to set up for a whole week first and then make changes for any days with
different requirements.
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Once you have selected which day/days the events are to occur, you need to set
the time of day they will occur and what temperature you want the floor to have
at that time.
You start by setting the time, which flashes. Scroll with the
or
button until
you reach the time you want the WAKEUP event to occur. First set the hours and
confirm with , followed by minutes and confirm with . Scroll to the required
temperature for WAKEUP. Confirm with
and OUT is shown. Repeat the steps
above to set time and temperature and HOME is shown. Repeat the steps above to
set time and temperature until NIGHT is shown. Repeat the steps above to set time
and temperature.
RESET
There is also a reset function that resets the program to the factory setting of
+22 °C and erases all time settings.
System settings menu SYSTEM
Under system settings you can find settings options such as language and date,
but also restore functions for the counter and a master reset to factory settings.
The system settings can be found under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Language LANGUAGE
You can select from a number of different languages – the factory setting is English.
Set your required language by scrolling among the different language selections
using the
or
button and confirm your selection with .
You can also use the shortcut commando in the display mode (hold
pressed
in for three seconds). This will take you directly to the language menu. A useful
feature if you set the wrong language by mistake and then find it difficult to get
back to the language menu.
Date and time DATE/TIME
The set time and date can be changed if you need to do so, for example, if the
thermostat has been without power for more than fifty hours. The setting function will then appear automatically.
You can find the date and time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/
TIME . The value that flashes can be changed using either
or
and confirmed
with .
Summer and winter time DS TIME
The thermostat’s calendar and clock automatically adjust to daylight saving time
but the function can be turned off if required.
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You can find the summer and winter time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and select DS TIME. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and there select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is turned off.
You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
Sensor settings SENSOR
You can find the sensor setting in the SYSTEM menu under SENSOR and there select
which sensor you want to use by scrolling with
or
and confirm with .
The thermostat acts as a room thermostat and measures the temperature with a
room sensor. When the thermostat is used to regulate cooling, the room sensor
can be installed either as A or B. You can only use one sensor at a time but if there
are two sensors installed, you can alternate between A and B.
Adaptive function ADAPTIVE
The thermostat has a function which works out when the heating should start
to give the correct temperature at the correct time. This function is activated on
delivery, but it can be turned off.
You can find the setting for the adaptive function in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and there select ADAPTIVE. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and
there select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is
turned off. You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
Ventilation mode VENT
If the room temperature increases by more than 3 °C in a single minute, e.g. when
airing the room, the ventilation mode is activated. Then the thermostat stops the
heat for 15 minutes and returns to the previous mode. If the ventilation mode is
activated, it is shown in the display mode. The function is activated on delivery,
but it can be turned off.
You can find the setting for the ventilation mode in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and there select VENT. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and there
select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is turned off.
You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
Reset RESET
There are three options in the reset menu: OPERATION TIME, OPERATIONAL MODE and
FACTORY SETTING. You can find the RESET menu under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Reset operation time OPERATION TIME
The operation time is counted in hours, like a car’s speedometer it counts the
number of hours the installation has been run since the last reset. This is useful if
you want to calculate energy consumption for a certain time period. The thermostat also has a counter for the display of the total number of operational hours that
cannot be reset.
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When the thermostat is in display mode, press to view the total and momentary
operation time.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM menu under RESET and there select
OPERATION TIME . NO is the preset value and you can change this to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset operational mode settings OPERATIONAL MODE
It is possible to reset the settings in OPERATIONAL MODE COOLING. All programs are
reset and temperature and sensor settings return to the default values. A reset
does not have effect on the selection of OPERATIONAL MODE, LANGUAGE or set DATE/
TIME .
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and there select
OPERATIONAL MODE . NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Return to factory settings FACTORY SETTING
You can reset the thermostat completely to its factory settings. All programmed
data is lost and one is returned to the startup menu. If you choose to reset the
thermostat, it is important to know in which mode it is being used and how the
sensors are configured.
The only way to change the operational mode of the thermostat is by restoring
the factory settings.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and select there
FACTORY SETTING. NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
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Operational mode industrial
The industrial mode is used for temperature control of industrial processes,
high temperatures or to protect sensitive installations from frost. This operational mode allows you to control heating in the -15 °C to +75 °C and +60 °C to
+170 °C intervals, or limit the range to -10 °C and +15 °C to provide frost protection. It is also possible to adjust the temperature hysteresis* and set upper and
lower temperature alarms.
Main menu MAIN MENU
The MAIN MENU contains three submenus: TEMPERATURE, PROGRAM and SYSTEM.
You can access the MAIN MENU from the display mode by pressing
once, With the
or
buttons, you can scroll between the menu options and confirm with .
MAIN MENU
If you do not press a button for 30 seconds, the thermostat returns to the display
mode. You can also go back to the display mode by selecting EXIT.
TEMP
PROGRAM
SYSTEM
EXIT
TEMP
TEMP HYS
ALARM
EXIT
LOW TEMP
HIGH TEMP
FROST PROT
EXIT
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
DS TIME
SENSOR
RESET
DISPLAY MODE
EXIT
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains those functions that are linked with directly controlling the temperature in any way. Set points, hysteresis values and temperature
alarms are set here. The temperature menu is accessed by selecting TEMP in the
MAIN MENU.
Set point TEMP
The set point can be set with half a degree of accuracy, and is set in two overlapping intervals. The lower temperature interval extends from -15 °C to +75 °C and
the upper one is between +60 °C and +170 °C. Depending on which temperature
interval is selected, the factory setting is +40 °C or +100 °C.
You will find the set point setting under TEMP in the TEMP menu. The required temperature is set by pressing
or
and then confirming with .
*Read more about the temperature hysteresis and how you set it up on page 23.
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Temperature hysteresis TEMP HYS
You can increase the temperature hysteresis to prevent the thermostat from alternating between on and off too often.
The hysteresis is the value that the actual value is allowed to deviate from the set
point without turning the thermostat on or off. A set hysteresis value of 0.3 °C and
a set point of 40.0 °C means that the temperature (actual value) is allowed to vary
between 39.7 and 40.3 °C.
You can increase the hysteresis if the system seems unstable, i.e. the thermostat
continually alternates between on and off. An unstable system means increased
wear on the relay and reduces the thermostat’s lifetime significantly.
You can find the setting for the hysteresis in the TEMP menu under TEMP HYS and
increase or reduce the value with
or
and then confirm with . The factory
setting is 0.8 °C and is adjusted in 0.5 °C increments. The maximum value is 10.3 °C
and the minimum value is 0.3 °C.
Temperature alarm ALARM
The EB-Therm 800 is equipped with both over and under temperature alarms. If
the temperature goes above or below the set temperature, the installation turns
off, an alarm circuit opens and the display shows an alarm message while the
background lighting flashes. You can still access the menu settings as usual by
pressing .
Temperature alarms are disabled at the factory. You can find the function in the
ALARM menu under TEMP in the MAIN MENU. The temperature alarm is activated in
the ALARM menu under OFF/ON and there select ON if you wish to activate it. Select
OFF to deactivate it. The thermostat displays for two seconds a confirmation that
the alarm is off or turned on.
UNDERTEMPERATURE ALARM UNDERTEMP
If the temperature (actual value) drops below the set alarm temperature, the
installation turns off, the alarm circuit opens and the display shows UNDER TEMP
ALARM while the background lighting flashes. You can still access the menu settings as usual by pressing . If the temperature rises again above the set alarm
temperature, or if the alarm temperature drops below the actual value, the alarm
circuit is closed and the installation returns to normal operation.
The factory setting is +40 °C for the lower temperature interval and +100 °C for the
upper one.
OVERTEMPERATURE ALARM OVERTEMP
If the temperature (actual value) exceeds the set alarm temperature, the installation turns off, the alarm circuit opens and the display shows OVERTEMP ALARM
while the background lighting flashes. If the temperature drops again below the
set alarm temperature, or if the alarm temperature is increased above the actual
value, the alarm circuit is closed and the installation returns to normal operation.
The factory setting is +60 °C for the lower temperature interval and +150 °C for the
upper one.
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Program menu PROGRAM
In order to as accurately as possible measure the temperature, there are two different temperature intervals, one from -15 °C to +75 °C, and one from +60 °C to
+170 °C. There is also a frost protection program to simply keep sensitive installations free of frost.
You can find the low temperature and frost protection programs in the MAIN MENU
under PROGRAM. To change programs, scroll using
or
, and select with .
The thermostat is set to the low temperature program when it leaves the factory.
If you want to activate the high temperature program, the high temperature sensor (see below) must be connected and activated. If the high temperature sensor
is not activated in the start menu, you can activate the high temperature sensor in
the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and SENSOR and there select B: HIGH TEMP.
IMPORTANT - The sensor supplied with the EB-Therm 800 is designed for the low
temperature and frost protection program, and should not be used for the high
temperature program. The sensor for the high temperature program is not included in the package, but must be ordered separately and has the article number E
85 816 73. Only one high temperature sensor can be connected. It must always be
connected as B, at terminal blocks 7 and 8.
Low temperature program LOW TEMP
A program that limits the temperature interval between -15 °C and +75 °C. This
program is available for two reasons, partly to minimise the risk of using the wrong
sensor with damage to the installation as a result, but also because the different
temperature intervals require sensors with different characteristics.
You can select the lower temperature interval in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM
and LOW TEMP. This program is preset but you can change to the frost protection
or the high temperature program at any time.
Frost protection program FROST PROT
A program intended to be used for frost protection of installations or pipes and
limit the adjustable temperature interval from -10 °C to +15 °C. The values ​​can be
set to within half a degree of accuracy and the factory setting is +5 °C.
You can select this program in the MAIN MENU under PROGRAM and FROST PROT. This
program is not preset but you can change to the high or low temperature program at any time.
High temperature program HIGH TEMP
A program that limits the temperature interval between +60 °C and +170 °C. This
program is available for two reasons, partly to minimise the risk of using the wrong
sensor with damage to the installation as a result, but also because the different
temperature intervals require sensors with different characteristics.
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System settings menu SYSTEM
Under system settings you can find settings options such as language and date,
but also restore functions for the counter and a master reset to factory settings.
The system settings can be found under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Language LANGUAGE
You can select from a number of different languages – the factory setting is English.
Set your required language by scrolling among the different language selections
using the
or
button and confirm your selection with .
You can also use the shortcut commando in the display mode (hold
pressed
in for three seconds). This will take you directly to the language menu. A useful
feature if you set the wrong language by mistake and then find it difficult to get
back to the language menu.
Date and time DATE/TIME
The set time and date can be changed if you need to do so, for example, if the
thermostat has been without power for more than fifty hours. The setting function will then appear automatically.
You can find the date and time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/
TIME . The value that flashes can be changed using either
or
and confirmed
with .
Summer and winter time DS TIME
The thermostat’s calendar and clock automatically adjust to daylight saving time
but the function can be turned off if required.
You can find the summer and winter time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and select DS TIME. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and there select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is turned off.
You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
Sensor settings SENSOR
The thermostat uses external sensors which can be installed as either A or B. You
can only use one sensor at a time but if there are two sensors installed, you can
alternate between A and B.
You can find the sensor setting in the SYSTEM MENU under SENSOR and here you can
select which sensor you want to use by scrolling with
or
and confirming
with .
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Reset RESET
There are three options in the reset menu: OPERATION TIME, OPERATIONAL MODE and
FACTORY SETTING. You can find the RESET menu under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Reset operation time OPERATION TIME
The operation time is counted in hours, like a car’s speedometer it counts the
number of hours the installation has been run since the last reset. This is useful if
you want to calculate energy consumption for a certain time period. The thermostat also has a counter for the display of the total number of operational hours that
cannot be reset.
When the thermostat is in display mode, press to view the total and momentary
operation time.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM menu under RESET and there select
OPERATION TIME . NO is the preset value and you can change this to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset operational mode settings OPERATIONAL MODE
The settings can be reset in OPERATIONAL MODE industrial. All programs are reset
and temperature and sensor settings return to the default values. A reset does
not have effect on the selection of OPERATIONAL MODE, LANGUAGE or set DATE/TIME.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and there select
OPERATIONAL MODE . NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Return to factory settings FACTORY SETTING
You can reset the thermostat completely to its factory settings. All programmed
data is lost and one is returned to the startup menu. If you choose to reset the
thermostat, it is important to know in which mode it is being used and how the
sensors are configured.
The only way to change the operational mode of the thermostat is by restoring
the factory settings.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and select there
FACTORY SETTING. NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
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Operational mode Max/Min
The Max/Min operational mode is primarily used to keep small areas on roofs
and the ground snow and ice-free. The temperature interval is adjustable between +10 °C and -10 °C. It is also possible to control the heating with a timer to
further reduce operational costs.
You need to supplement with an IP54 outdoor enclosure (E 85 816 22) to be able
to use the thermostat in the Max/Min mode for roof installations.
Main menu MAIN MENU
The MAIN MENUcontains three submenus: TEMPERATURE, PROGRAM and SYSTEM.
You can access the MAIN MENU from the display mode by pressing
once, With the
or
buttons, you can scroll between the menu options and confirm with .
If you do not press a button for 30 seconds, the thermostat returns to the display
mode. You can also go back to the display mode by selecting EXIT.
MAIN MENU
TEMP
INTERVAL
PROGRAM
TIMER
EXIT
SYSTEM
EXIT
LANGUAGE
DATE/TIME
DS TIME
SENSOR
RESET
DISPLAY MODE
EXIT
Temperature menu TEMP
The temperature menu contains those functions that are linked with directly controlling the temperature in any way. The temperature interval and temperature
hysteresis is set here. The temperature menu is accessed by selecting TEMP in the
MAIN MENU.
Temperature interval INTERVAL
You can find the temperature interval setting under TEMP in the temperature
menu. Use this function to check the temperatures between which you want the
thermostat to operate. The maximum value is the upper temperature in the interval and the minimum value is the lower one.
If you set the maximum value to +3 °C and the minimum value to -6 °C, it means
that when the temperature drops to +3 °C, the thermostat is activated, and if the
temperature drops further to below -6 °C, the thermostat will switch off again until
the temperature increases again to the set range.
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The required maximum temperature is set by pressing
or
and then confirming with , and the minimum temperature can then be set in the same way. The
values ​​can be set to within half a degree of accuracy and the factory setting is a
maximum of +2 °C and a minimum of -6 °C. Both max and min temperatures can
be set from +10 °C to -10 °C.
Program menu PROGRAM
In the operational mode MAX/MIN, there is a timer program that makes it possible
to customise the snow melting capacity further to save energy.
The TIMER is found under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU.
Timer TIMER
A smart way to save energy is to adapt the snow melting capacity to your actual daily requirements. The timer program enables you to easily program up to
four on-and-off settings on the thermostat, i.e. it will only be active during certain
times of day, or on certain days. There are three menu options to choose from:
ACTIVATE , EVENTS and RESET.
You can find the TIMER function under PROGRAM in the MAIN MENU. To start the
timer program select TIMER and then ON, and select OFF if you want to turn off the
timer. After selecting OFF or ON, a message is shown for two seconds confirming
that the function is turned off or activated. The function is turned off when leaving
the factory.
ACTIVATE
The program starts with the activate function, and the program will be active
until you decide to start another program. You have to set times under EVENTS
the first time the program is run. All settings are saved in the memory and are
not lost even if there is a power stoppage, but you will need to set the clock for it
to work normally again.
EVENTS
To set the TIMER program, select under CHANGE and EVENTS. You can set the various program events in different ways: You can choose to program on a day to
day basis, for the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) or for the whole week. It is
usually easiest to set up for a whole week first and then make changes for any
days with different requirements.
Once you have selected which day/days, you need to set the number of events
(maximum 4) and time of day they have to occur. Scroll with the
or
buttons to change the number of events and confirm with .
To set an event, start by setting the time, which flashes. Scroll with the
or
button until you reach the time you want the event ON to occur. First set the
hours and confirm with , followed by minutes and confirm with . Repeat
the steps above to set the OFF option.
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Example: You want to turn off the snow melting installation at night between
10pm and 4am and in the middle of the day between 11am and 3pm seven days
a week, i.e. the installation must be active from 4am to 11am and from 3pm to
10pm. Select first WEEK and then 2 EVENTS. The first event is ON at 4am and OFF at
11am. The second event is ON at 3pm and OFF at 10pm.
RESET
There is a reset function which resets the program to the factory setting, Max +2 °C
and Min -6 °C, and erases all set events.
System settings menu SYSTEM
Under system settings you can find settings options such as language and date,
but also restore functions for the counter and a master reset to factory settings.
The system settings can be found under SYSTEM in the MAIN MENU.
Language LANGUAGE
You can select from a number of different languages – the factory setting is English.
Set your required language by scrolling among the different language selections
using the
or
button and confirm your selection with .
You can also use the shortcut commando in the display mode (hold
pressed
in for three seconds). This will take you directly to the language menu. A useful
feature if you set the wrong language by mistake and then find it difficult to get
back to the language menu.
Date and time DATE/TIME
The set time and date can be changed if you need to do so, for example, if the
thermostat has been without power for more than fifty hours. The setting function will then appear automatically.
You can find the date and time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM and DATE/
TIME . The value that flashes can be changed using either
or
and confirmed
with .
Summer and winter time DS TIME
The thermostat’s calendar and clock automatically adjust to daylight saving time
but the function can be turned off if required.
You can find the summer and winter time setting in the MAIN MENU under SYSTEM
and select DS TIME. Disable this function under ON/OFF in the menu and there select OFF, and a message appears briefly in the display if the function is turned off.
You can enable this function in the same way by selecting ON.
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Sensor settings SENSOR
The thermostat uses external sensors which can be installed as either A or B. You
can only use one sensor at a time but if there are two sensors installed, you can
alternate between A and B.
You can find the sensor setting in the SYSTEM MENU under SENSOR and there select
which sensor you want to use by scrolling with
or
and confirm with .
Reset RESET
There are three options available in the reset menu: OPERATION TIME, OPERATIONAL
MODE and FACTORY SETTING. You can find the RESET menu under SYSTEM in the MAIN
MENU.
Reset operation time OPERATION TIME
The operation time is counted in hours, like a car’s speedometer it counts the
number of hours the installation has been run since the last reset. This is useful if
you want to calculate energy consumption for a certain time period. The thermostat also has a counter for the display of the total number of operational hours that
cannot be reset.
When the thermostat is in display mode, press to view the total and momentary
operation time.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM menu under RESET and there select
OPERATION TIME . NO is the preset value and you can change this to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Reset operational mode settings OPERATIONAL MODE
It is possible to reset the settings in the OPERATIONAL MODE max/min. All programs
are reset and temperature and sensor settings are reset to the default values. A
reset does not have effect on the selection of OPERATIONAL MODE, LANGUAGE or set
DATE/TIME .
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and there select
OPERATIONAL MODE. NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
Return to factory settings FACTORY SETTING
You can reset the thermostat completely to its factory settings. All programmed
data is lost and one is returned to the startup menu. If you choose to reset the
thermostat, it is important to know in which mode it is being used and how the
sensors are configured.
The only way to change the operational mode of the thermostat is by restoring
the factory settings.
You can find the reset function in the SYSTEM MENU under RESET and select there
FACTORY SETTING. NO is the preset value and you can change to YES by pressing
and confirming with .
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Troubleshooting
Message
Reason
BREAKDOWN IN
SENSOR A
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 5 and 6 is not
connected properly or is damaged.
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 6 and 7 is not
connected properly or is damaged.
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 5 and 6 is not
connected properly or is damaged.
The sensor installed on terminal blocks 6 and 7 is not
connected properly or is damaged.
If the sensor has to be replaced, you can order it from
Ebeco:
High temperature sensor: E 85 816 73
Low temperature sensor: E 85 816 71
BREAKDOWN IN
SENSOR B
SHORT CIRCUIT IN
SENSOR A
SHORT CIRCUIT IN
SENSOR B
DATE/TIME
[the setting flashes]
The reserve power has run out if the thermostat
has been without power for more than 50 hours.
This means that the processor running the clock has
stopped and the date and time must be reset. All
other settings are saved in the memory.
Set the date and time so that the thermostat runs as
normal again.
SETTING: LANGUAGE
– DATE/TIME – OPERATIONAL MODE – SENSOR
If you forget in the startup menu to make any setting,
you have to go back to the menu and do this before
you can leave the startup mode.
This means that the actual value has exceeded the
set alarm temperature. The thermostat interrupts the
load but it works normally otherwise until the actual
value falls below the set alarm temperature or the
alarm temperature is set above the actual value.
This mean that the actual value has fallen below the
set alarm temperature. The thermostat interrupts the
load but it works normally otherwise until the actual
value rises above the set alarm temperature or the
alarm temperature is set below the actual value.
If the text appears in the display mode, it means that
the actual value in the floor has exceeded the set
temperature for overheating protection. The thermostat interrupts the load but it works normally otherwise until the actual value falls below the set alarm
temperature or the alarm temperature is set above
the actual value.
OVERTEMP ALARM
[flashing display]
UNDERTEMP ALARM
[flashing display]
OVERHEATING
PROTECTION ACTIVE
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Technical specifications
Voltage
Breaking capacity
Power consumption
Range of application
Low temperature range
High temperature range
Connection cable
Load
Hysteresis
Protection class
Power reserve
Max. length sensor cable
Alarm relay
Installation
Ambient temperature
230VAC +/- 10% ~ 50Hz
3,680W/16A/230VAC
2.5 W
-15 °C to +170 °C, divided in two areas
-15 °C to +75 °C – NTC sensor
+60 °C to +170 °C – PTC sensor
max 2.5 mm²
cos φ = 1
Adjustable +/- 0.3 to 10.3 °C
IP20
50 hours
50 m, 2 x 1.5 mm²
2 A/120 VAC Normally closed
Standard DIN rail, EN 50022-35
-20 °C to +45 °C
Test values for NTC sensor
10 °C
15 °C
20 °C
25 °C
30 °C
Test values for PTC sensor
18.0 kΩ
14.7 kΩ
12.1 kΩ
10.0 kΩ
8.3 kΩ
70 °C
90 °C
110 °C
130 °C
150 °C
1,392 Ω
1,591 Ω
1,805 Ω
2,023 Ω
2,211 Ω
Certifications: EMC/2500 VAC RoHS WEEE CB
63.5
10
18
70
21
21
Measure diagram for the unit
35
90
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Guarantee
Ebeco provides a guarantee according to national regulations for the EB-THerm 800.
The guarantee is only valid on condition that the Product is installed by a qualified
electrician, according to applicable regulations and in accordance with the installation
instructions issued by Ebeco.
If defects to materials should arise in the Products during the guarantee period, Ebeco AB
undertakes to repair or alternatively replace the Products at no cost to the purchaser.
The guarantee does not apply to installations that have been carried out by an unqualified electrician, or if an unqualified electrician has carried out modifications or repairs.
Nor does the guarantee apply if the defect has arisen as a result of using incorrect
materials and/or construction or as a result of incorrect installation. Nor does it cover
damage resulting from vandalism, fire, lightning, water damage, or damage caused by
negligence, abnormal usage or as a result of an accident.
In the event of a material defect arising that is covered by the guarantee Ebeco AB must be
notified. In the event of the guarantee being invoked, this guarantee certificate, together
with accompanying installation invoice, a materials specification must be presented.
EBECO AB
Martin Larsson, CEO
Electrical installation carried out by:
-------------------------------------------------------------according to the attached materials specification.
Date: ------------------------------------------------------Signature: -------------------------------------------------
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Fax +46 31 707 75 60
ebeco.com
info@ebeco.se
EBT800 EN vers 1.5 121004
EBECO AB
Lärjeågatan 11
SE-415 25 Göteborg, SWEDEN
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