Operating instructions
ECC room thermostat
Electronic room thermostat for heating and heating/cooling with display
TRA 410, TRA 421
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Contents
1 Safety instructions
1.1
Meaning of the safety instructions
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2 General information
2.1Introduction
2.2
Liability limitation 2.3
Intended use
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3 Operation for the first time
3.1
Setting the setpoint temperature
3.2
Setting the time and the date
3.3
Setting the weekly switching programme
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4 Functions – settings – parameterisation
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5 Connection diagrams
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6 Dimension drawing
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7 Overview of display
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8 Description of operation
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8.1
Description of the operating modes
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8.2
Description of changing setpoints
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8.3
Description of service parameters for TRA 421
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9Troubleshooting
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10Disposal
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11Cleaning
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Safety instructions
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Safety instructions
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Please follow the information in the operating instructions.
Failure to observe these instructions can cause functional impairments or even
damage the device.
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Failure to observe the instructions:
SAUTER will not accept any liability for damage caused by the failure to observe
these instructions.
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The device may only be opened by authorised, qualified personnel when it is disconnected from the power supply.
Only use the device when it is in a technically perfect condition.
Adhere to the ambient conditions specified in the fitting instructions.
1.1
Meaning of the safety instructions
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Compulsory note
A compulsory note contains important information that must be observed. Non-adherence can have serious consequences.
General note
A general note contains information that helps you to better understand the topic
described.
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General information
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General information
2.1
Introduction
These operating instructions provide important information about handling
the electronic room thermostat. To allow safe working, all the specified safety
information and activity instructions must be adhered to.
The operating instructions must be read carefully before starting any work.
They are a part of the product and the company operating the system must keep
them where they can be accessed at all times.
2.2
Liability limitation
All of the data and information in these instructions has been assembled based
on the applicable standards and directives, the current state of the technology
and our many years of know how and experience.
The manufacturer will accept no liability for damage resulting from:
• Failure to observe the safety instructions
• Failure to observe the operating instructions
• Improper use
• Use of untrained staff
• Unauthorised modifications
• Technical changes
In all other cases, the obligations agreed to in the supply contract apply, as well
as the General Standard Terms and Conditions and delivery conditions of the
manufacturer, and the statutory regulations in force at the time the contract was
signed.
2.3
Intended use
The room thermostat controls, directly or via a control distributor, the connected
thermal actuators for unit valves in a unitary control system. Depending on the
model, it is suitable for 24 V or 230 V components.
Depending on the model, the device is suitable for
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fixed installation
recording the actual temperature (room temperature)
setting the setpoint temperature
controlling the actual temperature by activating positioning actuators in
heating or heating/cooling mode in an assigned area
• connecting an external sensor
All other uses, changes and modifications are expressly forbidden and lead to
risks for which SAUTER is not liable.
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Operation for the first time
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Operation for the first time
3.1
Setting the setpoint temperature
The setpoint temperature is set by turning the rotary knob to the left or the right.
1. Turn the rotary knob to the left.
ÂÂ The temperature is decreased.
or
1. Turn the rotary knob to the right.
ÂÂ The temperature is increased.
Fig.1 Front view of TRT 410, 421
3.2
Setting the time and the date
1. Press the rotary knob once
2. Turn the rotary knob once to the right until the setting level
3. Press the knob again to go to the setpoints
4. Turn until you reach the display
5. Press  hours display flashes - enter setting
6. Press  minutes display flashes - enter setting
7. Press  days display flashes - select day
8. Press  the time and day that you set flash - setting was successful
9. Turn knob until
is displayed, then press knob
3.3
Setting the weekly switching programme
1. Press the rotary knob once
2. Turn the rotary knob once to the right until the setting level
3. Press the knob again to go to the setpoints
4. Turn until you reach the display
5. To confirm  press rotary knob.
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Operation for the first time
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During the selection of the weekly switching programme
and the timeline flash.
, the current day
6.
appears in the display.
7. Select the weekly switching programme that you want by turning and pressing
the rotary knob:
flashes: weekly switching programme for Mon-Sun
flashes: weekly switching programme for Mon-Fri
flashes: weekly switching programme for Sat, Sun
flashes: weekly switching programme daily
8.
appears in the display (switching command 1 for comfort mode).
Press and turn to select the switching commands P1…P4; define the
respective switch-on and switch-off points in 15-minute steps.
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A maximum of 4 switching commands (P1...P4) can be defined for each day.
To delete a switching command, the switch-on and switch-off points must be set to
the same time.
9. You can leave the time programme by turning to
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Functions – settings – parameterisation
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Functions – settings – parameterisation
The functions, settings and parameterisation of the room-temperature controller
are called up using the rotary knob with turning/pressing mechanisms:
• Pressing the rotary knob
• calls up menus,
• activates and deactivates functions,
• applies settings that have been made and
• changes parameters.
• You turn the rotary knob to enter settings and select menus and functions.
The basic level and various menus are provided for simple operation and
settings:
Standard display
In the standard display, all room-temperature controllers show the current
actual temperature and the active functions. The TRA421 also has a clock
function.
Operating modes
Contains all important basic functions and operating modes.
Setpoints
Contains advanced functions and many setting options for temperature, time,
weekly switching programme etc.
Service parameters
Contains various password-protected system parameters. The optimum
balance of the overall system is attained via the corresponding settings.
Description of operation
The following table shows basic operation of the setting knob.
Adjust setpoint
2x
Change operating mode
1x
Change setpoints
2x
Service parameters for technicians
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Connection diagrams
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Connection diagrams
TRA410F210
TRA410F212
24 V
230 V
2 pt
2 pt
230 V
NTC
L
a
1
N
2
NTC
‚
LS MM
c
b
1
2
1
a
d
2
1
1
2
‚
c
b
2
1
2
1
d
2
1
2
LS
MM
L
N
TRA421F210
TRA421F212
24 V
230 V
2 pt
2 pt
L
N
‚
L
a
1
L
N
out
1
‚
CO
N
2
1
LS MM
NTC 22k
c
b
2
NTC
230 V
NTC
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1
‚
a
d
2
LS
1
2
‚
out
CO MM NTC 22k
2
1
c
b
2
1
d
2
1
2
LS
MM
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Dimension drawing
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Dimension drawing
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Overview of display
1
1 Display
2R
otary knob with
turning/pressing
mechanism
2
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Overview of display
TRA 410
Display symbol
Description
P
P
Operating modes
P
P
Settings
P
Parameter
P
Heating
P
Cooling
P
P
Normal mode
P
P
Reduced mode
P
P
Out of operation
P
P
ECO time programme, internal or external
P
Unoccupied
P
Time
P
Time scale for time programme; one unit = one hour
P
Current temperature, setpoint
temperature
P
P
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Description of operation
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TRA 421
Correcting effect of wall temperature
P
P
P
° Celsius temperature unit
P
° Fahrenheit temperature unit
P
P
Minimum limitation of the
setpoint temperature
P
P
Maximum limitation of the
setpoint temperature
P
Confirm entry
P
Back
P
Working days
P
Weekend
P
Operation locked
P
Brightness of display backlight
P
Reset to factory settings
P
Time and day programme
P
Set time programme
P
Set min. floor temperature
P
Description of operation
TRA 410 TRA 421 Display symbol
P
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Description
P
P
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Display symbol
P
Procedure
Press to call up the menu.
Press to change to operating modes.
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Description of operation
TRA 410 TRA 421 Display symbol
P
8.1
Procedure
P
Press to call up the menu.
Turn to go to the settings.
Press to change settings.
P
Press to call up the menu.
Turn to go to parameters.
Press to change parameters.
Description of the operating modes
TRA 410 TRA 421 Display symbol
P
Press to confirm the selection.
TRA 410: Regulate to the defined setpoint temperature.
TRA 421: Regulate to the preset setpoint temperature in the Settings menu.
P
Press to confirm the selection.
Note: Decrease via the room thermostat or an external signal or time programme; it is not possible
to activate both.
TRA 410: Decrease of 2 °C
Note: When the decrease is selected, the Decrease
input is deactivated.
TRA 421: Regulate to the preset reduced temperature in the Settings menu.
Note: When the decrease is selected, the time programme for the decrease is deactivated.
P
Press to confirm the selection.
Note: Decrease via the room thermostat or an external signal or time programme; it is not possible
to activate both.
TRA 410: The signal of an external timer switches
the room thermostat to the ECO mode.
TRA 421: Internal time programme is activated; pilot timer output is activated.
P
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set number of absence days; then confirm
entry; maximum 99 days.
The function is deactivated when the number of
days is set to 0 or the setpoint temperature is adjusted.
P
Press to confirm the selection.
Operation is locked; the standard display is shown.
To unlock it, press the knob for 5 seconds; a security code for the locking can be entered for TRA
421 - see parameters 030 and 031.
P
P
Switches the room thermostat off; the temperature
control is deactivated.
Press the rotary knob for 5 seconds to turn on; active functions are displayed; last active function is
applied.
Note for TRA 421: The valve and frost-protection
functions remain active; pilot timer output remains
active; switching signals are forwarded.
P
P
Press to confirm the selection.
The menu is closed.
Note: Returns to the basic level if no setting is
made for 30 seconds.
P
P
P
P
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Description of operation
8.2
Description of changing setpoints
TRA 410 TRA 421 Display symbol
Procedure
Set the comfort temperature in the normal heating mode
P
Factory setting: 21 °C
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set the setpoint temperature that you want.
Press to confirm the entry.
Set the setback temperature in the heating ECO
mode
P
Factory setting: 19 °C
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set the setpoint temperature that you want.
Press to confirm the entry.
Set the comfort temperature in the normal cooling mode
P
Factory setting: 21 °C
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set the setpoint temperature that you want.
Press to confirm the entry.
Set the setback temperature in the cooling ECO
mode
P
Factory setting: 23 °C
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set the setpoint temperature that you want.
Press to confirm the entry.
Set the min. floor temperature when a sensor is
connected and parameterised (parameter 040)
P
Factory setting: 3.0 = approx. 22 °C
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set to a value between 1 and 6.
1.0 = 18 °C and 6.0 = 28 °C
Press to confirm the entry.
Note: This setting option is only displayed if the
parameter for the floor sensor P040, for the comfort temperature, is activated. As soon as the floor
temperature has been reached, the internal sensor
takes over controlling the room.
Set the temperature for the absence function
P
Factory setting: 16 °C
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set the temperature that you want.
Press to confirm the entry.
Note: The temperature must be adjusted for summer mode.
Set the minimum and maximum temperature limit
P
P
Factory setting: Min. 5 °C and max. 30 °C
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set the minimum/maximum temperature.
Press to confirm the entry.
Set the time and the weekdays
P
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Turn to set the hours, minutes and day. Press to
confirm the entry
In the case of a power failure, the time and weekday
settings are stored for approx. 10 hours
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Description of operation
TRA 410 TRA 421 Display symbol
Procedure
Set the weekly switching programme
Factory setting for weekly switching programme
(daily Mon-Sun):
• Switching command P1: 06h00 to 08h00 comfort mode
• Switching command P2: 15h00 to 22h00 comfort mode
• P3 and P4 are not preset and can be selected
freely.
P
The switching commands (switch-on and switchoff points) must be programmed in ascending
sequence.
If you add a switching command before P1, then
P1 becomes P2 and the new command becomes
P1.
Note: The thin bar at the bottom shows the time
scale in hours; the six boxes stand for 6 hours
.
The thick bar at the top shows the comfort mode in
hours
.
For settings, see section 3.3 Einstellen des Wochenschaltprogramms
Correction effect of the wall temperature (only
internal sensor)
Factory setting: 0 °C
P
P
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set the correction that you want (steps of
0.1 °C).
The effect of the wall temperature can be corrected
by ±2 °C.
Press to confirm the entry.
Set the display backlight
P
Factory setting: 50
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to change or switch off the backlight:
0
= off
25 = level 1
50 = level 2
75 = level 3
100 = level 4
Press to confirm the entry.
Reset to factory settings
P
Press to confirm the selection.
Turn to set to YES.
Press the rotary knob for 5 seconds.
A restart is performed: all of the settings made are
reset to the factory settings; the time and the weekdays must be set again.
Back
P
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P
Press to confirm the selection.
You quit the menu.
Note: Returns to the basic level if no setting is made
for 30 seconds.
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Description of operation
8.3
Description of service parameters for TRA 421
Display symbol
Procedure
Change parameters:
Press and turn twice to the right to select the Parameters menu.
The Code symbol flashes.
Press to confirm the selection.
Press and turn to enter the four-digit service code.
Factory setting: 1234
Press to confirm the entry.
The
symbol is displayed.
Press to confirm the entry.
Press and turn to enter the individual digits of the parameter number.
Press to confirm the entry.
Preset control algorithm for the following applications:
Factory setting: 0
0 = standard underfloor heating
1 = low-energy underfloor heating
2 = radiator
3 = passive convector (slow warm-up period)
4 = fan convector (fast warm-up period)
Activate/deactivate the cooling lock
Factory setting: 0
0 = deactivated
1 = activated
Note: When the cooling lock is activated and the operating mode
is set to cooling (C/O active), the room thermostat cannot be used
for heating.
Protect the operation locking with a code:
Factory setting: 0
0 = deactivated
1 = activated
Note: The locking must be activated in the Operating modes
menu.
Change the code for locking the operation:
Factory setting: 0000
Activate an external sensor
Factory setting: 0
0 = internal sensor is operating
1 = external sensor is operating; internal sensor is deactivated
2 = input for external (floor) sensor is activated
Note: This is a comfort temperature. As soon as the floor temperature has been reached, the internal sensor takes over controlling
the room. Setting the setpoint temperature of the external sensor
in the Settings menu.
Set/correct the floor temperature or the external sensor
Factory setting: 0 °C
A difference in the actual floor temperature can be corrected.
Setting range -2 °C to +2 °C.
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Description of operation
Display symbol
Procedure
Set the duration of the backlight of the display
Factory setting: 15 seconds
Determines the time period for which the display is illuminated
after operation.
Setting range: 0 to 30 seconds (in 5-second steps)
Display the status of the output signal
Factory setting: 0
When the output for thermal actuators is active, the heating or
cooling symbol flashes slowly. If this output is inactive, the symbol
is displayed continuously.
0 = deactivated
1 = activated
Set the direction of operation of the room controller (NC or NO)
Factory setting: 0
The direction of operation of the room controller and the connected
thermal actuators can be defined.
0 = normally closed (NC)
1 = normally open (NO)
Set the frost-protection temperature
Factory setting: 5 °C
Activates the frost-protection facility when the temperature falls
below the set temperature.
Setting range: 5 °C to 10 °C
Activate the optimised time programme function
Factory setting: 0
If the optimised time programme function is activated, the setpoint is reached at the defined time. In order to reach the setpoint,
heating or cooling mode is initiated in good time ahead of the defined time.
0 = deactivated
1 = activated
Set the cycle time for the valve protection facility
Factory setting: 14 days
Prevents the plug from sticking inside the valve.
Setting range: 0 to 28 days
Define the actuation duration while the valve protection facility
is active
Factory setting: 5 minutes
The actuation time can be optimised depending on the running
time of the thermal actuator.
Setting range: 0 to 10 minutes.
Define the pilot timer output
Factory setting: 0
0 = pilot timer output active acc. to time programme
1 = pilot timer output inactive acc. to time programme
pilot timer output active when “ECO” operating mode is
selected;
pilot timer output active when “Switch-off” operating mode is
selected.
Note: When parameter P230 =1, the time programme can be used
for local decreasing.
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Troubleshooting
Display symbol
Procedure
Change the service code for the service menu
Factory setting: 1234
Note: In order to avoid unwanted access to the service parameters, the service code should only be changed by the installer and
documented in a safe location.
Select Reset to reset the service code - see the settings in “Reset
to factory settings”.
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Troubleshooting
Fault/display
Possible cause
Measured
temperature
from internal or
external sensor
outside measuring range
No signal from
external sensor
Fault in internal
sensor
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Action
To be performed by
Internal sensor/room sensor
ff Remove external heat sources
in the immediate vicinity until the
sensor has cooled down.
ff Reposition the room sensor if
necessary.
Qualified
personnel
ff Check the room thermostat/
external room sensor and
replace if necessary.
ff Check the connection of the
external sensor.
ff No external sensor present.
ff External sensor does not
correspond to specifications.
ff Deactivate the external sensor in Qualified
personnel
parameter setting 040.
ff Check the external sensor and
replace if necessary.
ff Set to factory settings in the
“Settings” menu.
ff If the room thermostat is faulty it
must be replaced.
Operating
company
Disposal
The local, currently valid laws must be observed when disposing of the device.
You will find more information on the materials and substances in the Declaration
on materials and the environment for this product.
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Cleaning
Use a dry, solvent-free, soft cloth to clean the room thermostat. Make sure that
no setting is changed during the cleaning.
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