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User’s Guide
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Contents
Enjoy using your Climaset safely. ............................................................................................. 4
Introducing your Climaset ....................................................................................................... 5
Discovering your thermostat .................................................................................................... 5
Familiarize with the keys ......................................................................................................... 6
Familiarize with the display ...................................................................................................... 7
10 easy steps to adjust your thermostat ................................................................................. 10
7 easy steps to install the device............................................................................................ 13
Appendix A. Mini Circuit Breaker (MCB) selection guide ............................................................ 15
Appendix B. Wiring diagrams for several type of thermostats and air conditioners ...................... 16
Appendix C. Several applicable example of thermostat settings ................................................ 34
Appendix D. Extra settings .................................................................................................... 39
Appendix E. Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 41
Appendix F. Technical specifications ....................................................................................... 42
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Enjoy using your Climaset safely.
The instruction below has been prepared to assist you enjoy using your Climaset safely for
many years. Please read this instruction thoroughly before start to use the device.
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Each room fan coil or other type of air conditioning device should be protected by
its own mini circuit breaker (MCB).
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Each room thermostat is designed to control a single room fan coil or other type of
air conditioning unit. We do not recommend control of multiple room fan coils with
a single thermostat.
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May you ever encounter device malfunction, shut down the respective MCB and
contact the customer service. You may find proper recommended MCB’s rating in
appendix A.
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If you ever encounter that your air conditioning unit is not protected by a MCB, ask
your electrician to add one for you.
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The MCB ratings should be selected according to required current for normal
operation of your air conditioner. Using higher ratings, you will not be protected in
case of emergency.
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Your thermostat also protects itself and your air conditioner by a fuse. Your pack is
supplied by an extra fuse. In case of a burnt fuse, please check your system
integrity. It can be a warning for malfunction of your air conditioner or thermostat
or short circuit of the wirings.
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Always replace with the same kind of fuse. Fuses have several specifications
beyond their ratings. Check specification section for your fuse specification. Contact
your local customer service, if you have already used your extra fuse.
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Never bridge the fuse with wire or replace with higher rating fuses.
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Use wire harness supplied with the device, before you screw the wires to
thermostat terminals. It will avoid the possibility of short circuit. We recommend
you to use AWG 16 (1.5 mm) cables.
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Never use detergent to clean the thermostat surface. It may leave undesirable
marks on surface of thermostat especially in the screen part. Always use a soft
moist tissue to clean the device.
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Should the screen break, prevent the liquid crystal leakage form your skin, your eye
or your mouth.
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The device is not designed to work in very humid condensing places.
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Strong electromagnetic fields like the one with radio transmitter can interfere with
the screen content or cause the device malfunction.
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Never try to service the device yourself. Replacement of the parts may influence
the device safety of usage. Always ask your local Climaset service center for
repairment.
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Introducing your Climaset
Ultra slim CLX series offer the most premium, innovative solution ever to counter demands
of modern architecture and interior design. All but 12mm of the control unit is concealed
in the wall.
All possible and imaginable functionalities of a room thermostat have been gathered in the
smallest and slimmest flush mount housing ever designed, to illustrate the finest piece of
art and craftsmanship in room thermostat ever made available.
92x80mm frame dimension facilitates you to match your thermostat with almost all
selection of modern domestic switches and plugs from the most famous brands in this
field.
Discovering your thermostat
Here is an overview of your thermostat most essential functions. It helps you to have a
better understanding of your thermostat features, and decide which feature is beneficiary
for your needs.
The thermostat has been facilitated with a standby mode along with two operational
modes.
Standby mode
Choose standby mode if you do not use a room for an extended period of the time, like
the time you are in a journey or if you just use the room for some special occasions and it
is empty for most of the time.
In this mode, the thermostat shows the room temperature and all of your setting on the
screen but air conditioner apparatus is off.
Operational modes
Normal operation mode
It is the most well known operation mode of thermostat. The thermostat restarts the
air conditioner whenever the set point falls below 1 ˚C of room temperature in winter
or raise above 1 ˚C of room temperature in summer.
Note: The default switching temperature differential is set to 1 ˚C by the factory. If you
like to change it refer to appendix D.
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Programmed mode
The basic idea is to adjust different set points for different periods of the day. You may
specify a lower temperature in winter or a higher temperature in summer for your work
or sleep hours, if you use the device for your residence. Also you may adjust the
device to a more economic temperature setting during off hours if you use the device
in a commercial building. You will save an incredible amount of energy by using this
mode.
Fan operation modes
There are three fan operation modes which you may choose in any of the operational
modes.
Normal fan operation mode
The air conditioner runs with the fan speed you have adjusted whenever the
thermostat restarts the air conditioner.
Automatic change over mode
The fan speed is proportional to the temperature difference between the room and
the set point. By room temperature approaching to the set point, the fan speed
reduces. You will enjoy the maximum capability of your air conditioner, whenever it is
required, in hottest hours of the day while you delicate by quit fan operation,
whenever it is possible, in the rest of the day and also you will save considerable
amount of energy.
Continuous fan operation
The fan is always running with the adjusted fan speed while the cooling or heating is
automatically turns On/Off according to the temperature difference between the room
and the set point. It provides homogenous air quality around the room.
Not all of air conditioners are capable of supporting this mode. Ask a professional
about ability of your air conditioner to support this mode.
Note:
Familiarize with the keys
How to use the keys to do the adjustments?
All adjustment can be done by two easy steps below:
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Push “▲” or “▼” key to select the item you want to adjust on screen. It simply recognizes
itself to you by blinking. Also the scrolling hint bar at the bottom of the screen gives you
some short hint on what the selected item do.
Push “+” or “–” key to increase or decrease the selected item value or change it to
another state .The right icon shows the room temperature is below the comfort.
If you don’t push any key within 10 seconds the device returns to its normal, non
blinking position. You may restart from first step if the setting has not been finished
yet.
Note:
Power key function
You may enter standby mode or return to operational mode by pressing this key. You may
find information about standby mode in previous section.
Familiarize with the display
The power status
It represents the power status of the device. It may represent one of the following icons:
The device is in standby mode. During this mode the thermostat represents your
setting along with the room temperature, but the air conditioner dose not turns on
until you switch back to operational mode. This mode is useful if you do not use your
air conditioner for an extended amount of time, like in the spring or autumn or when
you are in a journey or in rooms which is only used seldom.
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The device is in operational mode. The air conditioner switches on or switches off
automatically according to your settings.
The power status
Specifies weather the device is in use for winter or summer.
Note:
Not to adjust this setting correctly, will cause malfunction of your air conditioner.
Choose
item.
for winter or
for summer. The following two choices are available for this
The device is adjusted for winter.
The device is adjusted for summer.
Enable/Disable weekly schedule program
By enabling weekly schedule program the device automatically switches to energy saving
mode temperature during sleep or leave period when there is no one in home and
switches back to the desired temperature during wake up or leave period. You may save
incredible amount of energy by enabling this mode. The following two icons represents if
this mode is enabled or not.
The weekly schedule program is enabled.
The weekly schedule program is disabled.
Child lock
Represents if the keys are locked or not.
Keys are locked.
Keys are functional.
Clock
Represents the clock.
Note: The correct adjustment of the clock is essential for proper operation of weekly
schedule program.
Day
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Represents the day of the week.
Note:
The day setting is essential for weekly schedule program to work properly.
Fan operation modes
You may select between these three fan operation modes:
Normal operation mode
By selecting this mode, the fan works with the fan speed you have adjusted until the
room temperature reaches to the set point, when it turns off. It restarts again if the
temperature raises 1˚C above the setting in summer or 1˚C below the setting in
winter.
Automatic change over mode
The fan speed is calculated and applied automatically according to the difference
between the room temperature and the set point. By approaching to the set point the
fan speed reduces and by faring away, it rises automatically.
Continuous fan operation mode
If your air conditioner supports, it turns off heating or cooling when the room
temperature come close to the set point, but the fan continues its operation with the
adjusted fan speed.
Fan speed
It represents the desired fan speed in Normal or Continuous fan operation mode or the
applied fan speed in Automatic fan operation mode.
High speed
Medium speed
Low Speed
Temperature
It represents the room and desired temperature successively or the room and energy
saving temperature if the weekly program schedule is enabled and you are in sleep or
leave interval.
Hint bar
Exclusive hint bar leads you through all process of setting thermostat parameters and
provides you with useful information and hints at each step. Its innovative bilingual
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characteristic empowers you to have the hints even in your local language. In the CLX
series the hint bar, formerly the status bar has been enriched with a scrolling feature that
provides you as much content as necessary for each setting.
Schedule settings screen
Schedule setting screen consists of a table which its each column represents a specific day
of the week and the rows represent special time periods of each of the days.
The first row of the screen is the title of the days and the first column represents the title
of the occasions.
Each cell of the table is a time in hour that the specified time period for that day starts.
The table is followed up with three buttons at last three rows of the screen.
Next/Previous day
This button is useful to move to the Next/ Previous day settings.
Copy to Previous/Next day
This button is intended to copy the complete settings of a day to the Next/Previous day.
Save and Exit
To save all the setting and return to the main screen.
10 easy steps to adjust your thermostat
During all these steps, If you do not press any key for about 10 seconds, the device
returns to its normal mode and stops blinking. If you did not still adjust your settings, you
need to perform all instructions again.
Note:
If you are going to set the thermostat in standby mode, press the
power key until
sign is displayed in the section of the screen,
represented in blue in the figure, and ignore all other steps. Otherwise,
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push the power key until
next steps.
sign appears in the specified section and proceed with the
You may find useful information about standby mode in “Discovering your
thermostat” section.
Note:
To select between Summer/Winter
Use “▲” or “▼” keys several times until the blue section of the figure
starts to blink. Use “+” or “-” key to select the season.
To adjust clock and calendar
Use “▲” or “▼” key several times until hour setting represented in blue in
the figure starts to blink. Use “+” or “-” to adjust it. Then do the same
for minute adjustment. Repeat all the operation to set the day which is
also specified in blue in the figure.
To adjust the desired temperature
Choose the desired temperature by means of “▲” or “▼” key. The title of the temperature
cell of the screen shows “Desired temperature” while the blue section in the figure starts
to blink. Use “+” or “-” key to adjust the temperature.
Note:
A good choice for desired temperature is 25 ˚C.
To select fan operation mode
Select the blue section of the screen by pushing “▲” or “▼” key
successively until it starts to blink. Use “+” or “-” key to choose between
normal, automatic or continuous fan operation mode.
You may find information on influence of choosing each of these modes on
“Discovering your thermostat” section.
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To select the desired fan speed.
If you have selected automatic fan operation mode, ignore this section.
Otherwise use “▲” or “▼” key several times successively until the blue section starts to
blink. Then use “+” or “-” key to select the desired fan speed.
To select energy saving temperature.
The energy saving temperature is 5 ˚C above the desired temperature in summer or 5 ˚C
below the desired temperature in winter. Refer to Appendix D. if you need to change the
factory settings.
If the thermostat is intended to be used in non programmed mode, you may ignore
these sections and go directly to section 10.
Note:
To set the weekly schedule.
Use “▲” or “▼” key until the hint bar shows programming table, as specified in the figure.
Use “+” or “-” key to enter this page. The following figure will be shown in the screen.
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Each column of the table represents a single day and each row represents an occasion.
Push “▲” or “▼” key to select the occasion you want to set. Each cell represents the time in
hour that the specified occasion start. Use “+” or “-” key to change it.
To choose another day for setting use “▲” or “▼” key until the “Previous / Next day” button
blinks. Use “+” or “-” key until the day you wish to adjust blinks. Use “▲” key to select the
occasion you like and adjust it as described above.
To copy a complete column of settings for a specified day to the previous or next day,
select the day you want to copy its item by means of “previous / next day” button. Select
the “Copy to previous / next day” button by pressing “▼” key. The button along with the
specified day column starts to blink. Use “+” key to copy the setting to the next day or “-”
key to copy it to the previous day.
Some applicable example of settings is attached to document in appendix C. You may
find it useful for your needs.
Note:
Turning on the weekly schedule program.
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The blue section of the figure starts to blink on the thermostat screen by
successive pushing of “▲”or “▼” key. Press “+” or “-” key to enable or
disable the program.
The thermostat is in programmed mode.
The thermostat is in non-programmed mode.
Enabling child lock
Push “+” and “-” keys together for 3 seconds. The “ ” icon appears on
the screen as specified in the figure. All keys will not function until you
release the lock.
To release the lock, push “+” or “-” key together again for 3 seconds
until the “ ” icon appears as in the blue section of the screen. All keys will be operational
after that.
7 easy steps to install the device
Turn off the relative circuit breaker.
Conduit box requirements
The conduit box should be cubic and its length and width should
60 millimeters and at least 40 mm deep.
Preparing the wires
The best wire size is AWG 16 (1.5 mm diameter), but up to
AWG12 (2.5 mm diameter) wire can be secured in thermostat
terminals. Use wire harness supplied with the device on the
wires to prepare the wires to be secured in terminals.
Wiring techniques
You may find proper wiring method for several types of air
conditioners and thermostats in appendix B.
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Securing the device
Push the device in the conduit box. Make sure the wires are
gathered properly inside the conduit box and they do not push the
device out.
Use a screw as illustrated in the figure to secure the claws and
therefore secure the thermostat in its position.
Placing the frame
Place the frame in its appropriate position as illustrated in the figure
and gently push it toward the wall.
Turn on the circuit breaker. The device will be operational by a
minute.
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Appendix A. Mini Circuit Breaker (MCB) selection guide
The following table provides you a guidance to select a proper type of mini circuit breaker
to protect your air conditioner and therefore your thermostat. If your type of air
conditioner is not listed here, refer to air conditioner catalogues for proper type of circuit
breaker.
If the specified type of circuit breaker in catalogue differs from what is specified here in
any cases it over rules the following table and the specified type of circuit breaker
proposed by air conditioner manufacturer should be used.
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Appendix B. Wiring diagrams for several type of
thermostats and air conditioners
Thermostat model: 6100
Air conditioner type: Vertical room fan coil.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6100
Air conditioner type: Single speed ducted fan coil.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6110
Air conditioner type: 2 pipe vertical room fan coil with electromagnetic valve.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6110
Air conditioner type: Single speed 2 pipe ducted fan coil with electromagnetic valve.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6111
Air conditioner type: 4 pipe vertical room fan coil with 2 electromagnetic valves.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6111
Air conditioner type: Single speed 4 pipe ducted fan coil with 2 electromagnetic valves.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6300
Air conditioner type: Horizontal room fan coil.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6300
Air conditioner type: 3 speed ducted fan coil.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6310
Air conditioner type: 2 pipe horizontal room fan coil with electromagnetic valve.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6310
Air conditioner type: 3 speed 2 pipe ducted fan coil with electromagnetic valve.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6311
Air conditioner type: 4 pipe horizontal room fan coil with electromagnetic valve.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6311
Air conditioner type: 3 speed 4 pipe ducted fan coil with electromagnetic valve.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6311
Air conditioner type: 3 fan speed refrigerated type packaged air conditioner unit with hot
water coil, electric coil or gas burner for heating.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 7311
Air conditioner type: 3 fan speed refrigerated type packaged air conditioner unit with
reversing valve for heating.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6211
Air conditioner type: 2 fan speed refrigerated type packaged air conditioner unit with hot
water coil, electric coil or gas burner for heating.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 7211
Air conditioner type: 2 fan speed refrigerated type packaged air conditioner unit with
reversing valve for heating.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 6111
Air conditioner type: Single fan speed refrigerated type packaged air conditioner unit with
hot water coil, electric coil or gas burner for heating.
Terminals description table
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Thermostat model: 7111
Air conditioner type: Single fan speed refrigerated type packaged air conditioner unit with
reversing valve for heating.
Terminals description table
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Appendix C. Several applicable example of thermostat
settings
1. Master bedroom
2. Child’s bedroom
Your child is so small, so he/she spends all of the day in his/her room: set the program off
as in the figure.
Your child goes to kindergarten or school and he/she is not in his/ her room till 2 pm
everyday except Sunday.
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3. Living room
You are a housewife and you always use your living room during the day period between
7 am and 10 pm except for weekend that you wake up at 10 pm.
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You are a business woman. You wake up everyday at 7 am, leave your home at 8 am,
return at 3 pm and sleep at 10 pm, except for the weekend that you wake up at 10 am
and sleep at 10 pm.
4. Dining room
Program is off and desired temperature is 28 ºC in summer or 22 ºC
in winter. You may change it to 25 ºC an hour before your guests
arrive and return it to its original value after they leave. Set the
program off as in the figure.
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5. Office use
Employees enter the office at 8 am and leave it at 4 pm everyday except Saturday which
they leave the office at 2 pm.
6. Commercial use
Starts at 9 am till 2 pm and restarts again at 5 pm till 10 pm.
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If there is no night opening on Saturday.
If Sunday is closed.
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Appendix D. Extra settings
You may enter extra settings screen by pressing
“▲” and “▼” keys simultaneously for a few
seconds. This page is intended to be modified by
expertise.
We do not recommend you to modify these setting
unless you have enough knowledge about their
influence. There are five rows that you may
navigate through them by pressing “▲” or “▼” key, each of the first three rows represents
the settings for its respective parameter. The last two rows are buttons to restore factory
setting and save and exit.
Here is a brief discussion on each setting and its influence.
1. Saving temperature differential:
It is the differential between the desired temperature and energy saving temperature in
degree centigrade. The device uses energy saving temperature instead of the desired
temperature in programmed mode during leave or sleep period. The energy saving
temperature is the desired temperature plus the saving differential temperature in
summer and minus saving differential temperature in winter. Use “+” or “-” key to change
the saving temperature differential setting. The figure shows the saving temperature
differential setting in blue.
2. Switching differential:
It is the differential, between the room and desired temperature in normal operation mode
or in programmed mode when you are in wake up or return period, or between the room
and energy saving temperature in programmed mode during leave or sleep period, which
if the difference in temperature exceeds this amount, the device restarts the air
conditioner. You may set this value between 0.5 ºC and 2.0 ºC. The section highlighted in
blue in the figure represents this setting.
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3. Calibration:
Use it if you feel the thermostat temperature differs from your room temperature. The
thermostat is precisely calibrated in the factory, but as the temperature in thermostat
position may differ in some degree centigrade with some special point in your room, you
may calibrate the device to match with some special point in your room. Use “+” or “-”
key to change the sensed temperature. The calibration section is highlighted in blue in the
figure.
4. Restore factory settings:
Use “+” or “-” key on this row to restore all above settings to their initial values as it was
set by the factory. It is useful, when you can not remember your changes and you are not
satisfied by them. This command is highlighted in blue in the figure.
5. Save and Exit:
Use this setting to save all of the changes and return to normal screen. Select this button
by pressing “+” or “-” key. It is represented in blue in the figure.
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Appendix E. Troubleshooting
Issue
The display is vanished
The air conditioner
does not start
The air conditioner
is always running
Action
Check if the circuit breaker is on and the fuse inside
the thermostat is not blown. In any of the above
cases, we recommend that your air conditioner and
your wiring should be checked by a technician.
Note for technician: Turn off the circuit breaker.
Detach the wires from thermostat. Short the phase
wire with one of the wires except the null. Turn on
the MCB and measure the current. Repeat the
operation for all of the wires respectively. Compare
the results with the specified current at the air
conditioner catalogue. Make sure that the air
conditioner has no issues. Turn the circuit breaker off.
Replace the fuse with the same one if it is blown
(Refer to Appendix E. for fuse rating). Never short
circuit the fuse or replace it with other type of fuses.
Turn the circuit breaker on again. If the circuit
breaker turns off again automatically, or if the fuse
blows again, contact your local customer service.
1. Check if the power icon represents the operational
mode.
2. Check if you select heating or cooling
appropriately.
3. Check if the temperature difference is above 1 ºC.
4. If the device is in programmed mode maybe it uses
the energy saving temperature as set point. Check
your program.
1. Check if you select heating or cooling mode
appropriately.
2. Check if your desired temperature is too low or too
high. The best value for desired temperature is about
25 ºC.
3. It is possible that your air conditioner is not
enough for your application or may be its
performance has been reduced due to same technical
issue.
Contact your local customer service if the above table did not resolve the problem, or your
issue is not listed here.
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Appendix F. Technical specifications
Thermostat
specifications
Temperature sensitivity
0.1 °C
Backlight
Blue
Display length
42 mm / 1.7 inches
Display width
24 mm / 1.0 inch
Width
76 mm / 3.0 inches
Length
76 mm / 3.0 inches
Height
45 mm / 1.8 inches
Maximum
thickness
Frame dimensions
Conduit box
dimensions
Operating condition
unconcealed 12 mm / 0.5 inch
Width
82 mm / 3.2 inches
Length
90 mm / 3.5 inches
Height
8 mm / 0.3 inch
Width
60 mm / 2.4 inches
Length
60 mm / 2.4 inches
Height
40 mm / 1.6 inches
Temperature
0 °C to 70 °C
Humidity
5%
to
condensing
Current rating
3.15 A
Nominal melting I2t
80A2/S
Max. effective distance
8m
Fuse specifications
Remote controller
42
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non-
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