5.2 Wireless room thermostat

Energy systems
Control system EnergyLogic
Wireless control Touchline
User manual
Living full of energy
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Telephone: +44 (0) 19 84/62 39 82
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Revision number: E
Revision date: July 2017
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Table of Content
1
General ...................................................................................................9
1.1
Information regarding this user manual ........................................9
1.2
Explanation of symbols ...............................................................10
1.3
Limitation of liability .....................................................................11
1.3.1
2
3
4
1.4
Copyrights ...................................................................................12
1.5
Scope of supply ...........................................................................12
1.6
Customer service ........................................................................12
1.7
Area of application radio system .................................................13
Safety ....................................................................................................14
2.1
Intended use................................................................................14
2.2
Changes and modifications .........................................................14
2.3
Requirements for professionals ..................................................15
2.4
Safety and health hazards ..........................................................15
2.4.1
Warning sign ...................................................................15
2.4.2
Risk and safety ...............................................................15
Identification ........................................................................................16
3.1
Name plate ..................................................................................16
3.2
Types (part numbers of product range) ......................................16
3.2.1
Wireless connection module ...........................................16
3.2.2
Wireless room thermostat ...............................................17
3.2.3
Accessories .....................................................................17
Design and function ............................................................................18
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Design .........................................................................................18
4.1.1
Wireless connection module with LAN ...........................18
4.1.1
Wireless connection module without LAN ......................19
4.1.2
Wireless room thermostat ...............................................20
4.2
Function.......................................................................................20
4.3
Operating and monitoring elements ............................................23
4.3.1
Wireless connection module ...........................................23
4.3.2
Wireless room thermostat with display ...........................26
4.3.1
Wireless room thermostat without display ......................29
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Installation ........................................................................................... 30
5.1
Wireless connection module ...................................................... 30
5.2
Wireless room thermostat........................................................... 31
Place of installation and general installation notes ........ 31
5.2.2
Wireless room thermostat with display .......................... 32
5.2.3
Wireless room thermostat without display ..................... 34
5.2.4
Wireless room thermostat with 230 V connection .......... 36
Electrical connections........................................................................ 38
6.1
Safety.......................................................................................... 38
6.2
General wiring notes................................................................... 38
6.3
Wireless connection module ...................................................... 40
6.3.1
Connection diagram
for wireless connection module with LAN ...................... 40
6.3.1
Connection diagram
for wireless connection module without LAN ................. 41
6.3.2
Perform electrical connections ....................................... 41
Commissioning and operation .......................................................... 51
7.1
7.2
7.3
4
5.2.1
Addressing .................................................................................. 51
7.1.1
Address one wireless room thermostat
to one radio channel....................................................... 52
7.1.2
Address one wireless room thermostats
to several radio channels ............................................... 52
7.1.3
Address several wireless room thermostats
to one radio channel (sensor mode) .............................. 53
7.1.4
Test addressing .............................................................. 55
7.1.5
Delete addressing .......................................................... 55
7.1.6
Combine several wireless connection modules
into a system .................................................................. 56
7.1.7
Internal system grid repeater ......................................... 57
Zones .......................................................................................... 59
7.2.1
Zone building, assign radio channels to one zone ......... 59
7.2.2
Delete assignment of a radio channel or several radio
channels to a zone ......................................................... 60
Change setpoints........................................................................ 61
7.3.1
Set room temperature .................................................... 61
7.3.2
Set floor temperature ..................................................... 61
7.4
Select mode of operation ........................................................... 62
7.5
Set time and date ....................................................................... 64
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Time programs ............................................................................65
7.6.1
Overview of the three time programs..............................65
7.6.2
Factory settings time program ........................................65
7.6.3
Select time program ........................................................66
7.6.4
Change time program .....................................................67
7.6.5
Reset time programs to factory settings .........................70
7.7
"eco"-Indicator .............................................................................71
7.8
Parameterising function button ...................................................71
7.9
Lock / unlock operation of wireless room thermostat ..................72
7.10 Software update with micro SD-card...........................................73
8
9
Reset values to factory setting (reset) ..............................................74
8.1
Reset radio system to factory settings ........................................74
8.2
Reset wireless connection module to factory setting ..................74
Parameter descriptions ......................................................................75
9.1
Parameter overview ....................................................................75
9.2
User menu ...................................................................................77
9.3
Service menu ..............................................................................81
9.3.1
Enter service menu .........................................................81
9.3.2
Select parameter group ..................................................81
9.3.3
P-20 "General parameters" .............................................82
9.3.4
P-30 "Parameters for all wireless room thermostats" .....84
9.3.5
P-40 "Parameters for individual wireless room
thermostats" ....................................................................87
9.3.6
P-50 "Plant- and topology related parameter" ................92
9.3.7
P-60 "Control parameters" ..............................................94
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Cleaning and maintenance .................................................................99
11
Troubleshooting ................................................................................100
11.1 Wireless connection module .....................................................100
11.2 Wireless room thermostat with display .....................................101
11.2.1 Procedure for
Err1 or
Err2 ..................................102
11.2.2 Procedure when "radio signal lost" ...............................102
11.2.3 Replace batteries of wireless room thermostat ............102
11.3 Wireless room thermostat without display ................................103
11.4 FAQs .........................................................................................103
11.5 Tips and tricks ...........................................................................104
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Accessories ....................................................................................... 105
13.1 External antenna ...................................................................... 105
13.2 External Repeater..................................................................... 106
13.2.1 Install the external repeater.......................................... 107
13.2.2 Assign the external repeater
to a wireless room thermostat ...................................... 108
13.2.3 Test the external repeater's radio connection .............. 109
13.2.4 Delete the external repeater's radio connection .......... 109
13.2.5 Assign the external repeater
to a wireless connection module .................................. 110
13.2.6 Test addressing of the wireless connection modules
"Slave" and "Master" .................................................... 110
13.2.7 Check external repeater assignment ........................... 111
13.2.8 No radio connection with the external repeater –
procedure ..................................................................... 111
13.2.9 Deactivate LEDs at the external repeater .................... 112
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Technical data ................................................................................... 113
14.1 Radio system ............................................................................ 113
14.2 Wireless connection module .................................................... 113
14.2.1 Construction and dimensions ....................................... 113
14.2.2 Electrical connections .................................................. 114
14.2.3 Inputs............................................................................ 114
14.2.4 Outputs ......................................................................... 115
14.2.5 Radio power data ......................................................... 115
14.2.6 Environmental conditions ............................................. 115
14.3 Wireless room thermostat with display ..................................... 116
14.3.1 Construction and dimensions ....................................... 116
14.3.2 Power supply – Battery ................................................ 116
14.3.3 Power supply – 230 V AC ............................................ 116
14.3.4 Performance data ......................................................... 117
14.3.5 Environmental conditions ............................................. 117
14.4 Wireless room thermostat without display ................................ 118
14.4.1 Construction and dimensions ....................................... 118
14.4.2 Power supply – Battery ................................................ 118
14.4.3 Performance data ......................................................... 118
14.4.4 Environmental conditions ............................................. 118
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Menu structure .................................................................................. 119
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Plant examples and communication ...............................................121
16.1 Plant examples with one wireless connection module ..............121
16.2 Plant examples with up to five wireless connection modules ...124
Index ...........................................................................................................125
Factory settings parameters ....................................................................132
Factory settings time program ................................................................134
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1.1
General
Information regarding this user manual
This user manual provides important instructions with respect to the use of the
Wireless Connection Module and the Wireless Room Thermostat Touchline.
Compliance with all safety and installation instructions is the basis for safe
working.
Read this manual carefully before the start of any work! It is a part of the
product and need to be made accessible to the user at any time.
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Explanation of symbols
In this user manual warnings are indicated by symbols. The notes are preceded by signal words that express the extent of the risks caused expression.
Warnings
Always comply with the instructions and act prudently to avoid accidents, and
damages to people and property.
DANGER
... points to an immediate hazardous situation, which leads to death or serious injury if not avoided.
WARNING
… points to a possible dangerous situation that can result in death or serious injury if not avoided.
CAUTION
... points to a possible dangerous situation that can lead to minor injuries, if
not avoided.
ATTENTION
... points to a possible adverse situation that can lead to property damage,
if not avoided.
Tips and
recommendations
NOTE
10
... highlights useful tips, information and recommendations for efficient and
trouble-free operation.
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Limitation of liability
All information and instructions in this manual are in accordance with applicable standards and regulations, the state of art technology as well as our many
years of knowledge and experience.
The manufacturer assumes no liability for damages due to:
● Failure to follow the user manual
● Improper use
● Use of untrained personnel
● Unauthorized modifications
● Technical changes.
In addition the following applies: the duties as agreed in the contract, the
"General Terms and Conditions" and the "Terms of Supply" of the manufacturer and at the time of the contract applicable statutory regulations.
1.3.1
Information in case of failure of the radio system
The radio system is not failsafe.
The radio system is equipped with an emergency function in which the system
continues to function in a reduced mode. In this emergency mode, the LED of
the channel blinks and the display of the wireless room thermostat shows a
warning symbol.
For the correct operation of the emergency mode following conditions must be
met:
● The wireless connection module must be powered.
● The wireless connection module cannot by external influences such as
lightning to be destroyed.
● Thermal actuators must be connected and functional.
ATTENTION
Possible damage to property due to failure of the system!
The radio system is not failsafe. Note the points above to ensure that the
system is operating properly.
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1.4
Copyrights
The transfer of user manual to third parties without written permission of the
manufacturer is prohibited.
NOTE
All content, texts, drawings, pictures and other illustrations are copyrighted
and are subject to intellectual property rights. Any improper exploitation is
punishable.
Reproduction in any shape or form - even partially - as well as the exploitation
and / or notification of the content without written consent of the manufacturer
is not allowed.
1.5
Scope of supply
Wireless room thermostat
The scope of supply of the wireless room thermostat comprises of:
● Wireless room thermostat
● Installation material
● Battery version: 2 Batteries 1.5 V AAA
● Brief installation instructions wireless room thermostat
Wireless connection
module
The scope of supply of the wireless connection module comprises of:
● Wireless connection module
● Transformer 230 V AC / 24 V
● DIN-rail
● Brief installation instructions wireless connection module
1.6
Customer service
For additional technical information please contact your dealer or installer.
Address, see invoice, delivery note or the second page of this manual.
NOTE
12
For efficient support please note the data on the name plate(s) before calling.
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Area of application radio system
NOTE
The bidirectional radio system EnergyLogic Touchline with 868 MHz radio
transmission is only approved for use in Europe.
In particular the radio system may not be used in the following countries:
USA, Canada, Australia and Japan
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Safety
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2.1
Safety
Intended use
The wireless connection module Touchline is intended solely for the comfort
control of surface heating and cooling systems.
The wireless room thermostat Touchline is intended solely for the operation
and configuration of the wireless connection module.
The wireless connection module and the wireless room thermostat are approved for use in households and industry.
CAUTION
Risk of injury and/or property damage from improper use!
Any non-intended use may cause personal and property damage.
– Use the wireless room thermostat and wireless connection module only
for their intended use.
– All instructions mentioned in the user manual have to be observed.
Claims of any kind for damage from improper use are excluded. The responsibility for all damages from improper use lies solely with the operator.
2.2
Changes and modifications
Changes and modifications to the wireless connection module and wireless
room thermostat can cause unexpected hazards and are therefore expressly
forbidden.
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2.3
Requirements for professionals
WARNING
Risk of injury due to insufficient qualifications!
Improper handling can result in personal injury and property damage.
– Any activity needs to be performed by qualified persons only.
The following qualification requirements for the various activities are identified
in this user manual:
● Professionals
Because of their specialized training, knowledge, experience and
knowledge of the relevant provisions, professionals are in the position to
execute their assigned tasks and identify potential hazards on their own.
● Electricians
Because of their specialized training, knowledge and experience, as well
as knowledge of relevant standards and regulations, electricians are in the
position to carry out work on electrical systems and identify potential hazards on their own.
The electrician needs to observe the provisions of the local accident prevention regulation.
2.4
Safety and health hazards
Observe the safety instructions listed here and the warnings in subsequent
chapters of this manual to reduce health hazards and dangerous situations.
2.4.1
Warning sign
Danger to life from electrical voltage!
The warning sign marks potentially fatal situations from electrical voltage.
2.4.2
Risk and safety
DANGER
Danger to life from electrical voltage!
There is a direct danger to life from contact with live parts.
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3.1
Identification
Name plate
The name plate of the wireless connection module on the left side. The name
plate of the wireless room thermostat is at the backside and on the inside of
the front panel.
a)
Touchline Controller - 4 Ch
1135006441
17466393.004
24 V AC +/-15%
868 MHz
IP20
_/_05...06 230 V 2,5 (1) A
_/_07...08 230 V 2,5 (1) A
B9999
Swiss Made
Channel 1…4: 24 V, 0,7 A / Channel
ROTH WERKE GMBH Am Seerain 2, 35232 Dautphetal
Touchline ROU
1135006444
17466393.100
c)
2x1,5 V AAA
868 MHz
B9999
Swiss Made
ROTH WERKE GMBH Am Seerain 2, 35232 Dautphetal
Fig. 1:
3.2
Touchline ROU
1135006445
17466393.110
230 V AC +/- 10% 868 MHz
B9999
Swiss Made
ROTH WERKE GMBH Am Seerain 2, 35232 Dautphetal
Name plate a) wireless connection module, b) wireless room thermostat,
c) wireless room thermostat, 230 V
Types (part numbers of product range)
3.2.1
Wireless connection module
Type
Material numbers
Europe
Nordic
Denmark
Sweden
Norway
Finland
4 Channel
with LAN
1135006441
17466393.004
466393.004
2420667
8357507
2070885
8 Channel
with LAN
1135006442
17466393.008
466393.008
2420668
8357508
2070886
12 Channel
with LAN
1135006443
17466393.012
466393.012
2420669
8357509
2070887
4 Channel
without LAN
1135007344
17466393.054
466393.054
2432986
8357659
2070899
8 Channel
without LAN
1135007345
17466393.058
466393.058
2432987
8357661
2070900
12 Channel
without LAN
1135007346
17466393.062
466393.062
2432988
8357662
2070901
Table 1:
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B12239a
b)
Material numbers wireless connection module
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3.2.2
Wireless room thermostat
Type
Material numbers
Europe
Nordic
Denmark
Sweden
Norway
Finland
Battery, white
1135006444
17466393.100
466393.100
2420579
8357544
2070875
230V, white
1135006445
17466393.110
466393.110
2420580
8357545
2070876
Battery, with
IR Sensor,
white
1135006446
17466393.120
466393.120
2420581
8357546
2070877
Battery, black
1135006447
17466393.102
466393.102
2420582
8357547
2070878
230V, black
1135006448
17466393.112
466393.112
2420583
8357548
2070879
Battery, with
IR Sensor,
black
1135006449
17466393.122
466393.122
2420584
8357549
2070880
Wireless room
thermostat
Basic
1135007532
17466393.090
466393.090
2434657
8358191
2070902
Table 2:
Material numbers wireless room thermostat
3.2.3
Accessories
Type
Material numbers
Europe
Nordic
Denmark
Sweden
Norway
Finland
External
antenna
1135006922
17466393.130
466393.130
2420697
8357646
2070888
External
repeater
1135006921
17466393.135
466393.135
2420698
8357647
2070889
Table 3:
Material numbers accessories
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Design and function
4.1
4.1.1
Design
Wireless connection module with LAN
1
3
2
4
230 V Pump
N N L L
01 02 03 04 05 06
230 V
c/o out
07 08
c/o in
%H
eco
230 V
c/o in
/TB
L
N
24 V 24 V
out
Trafo
in
09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CH 1
24V
24V
CH 2
24V
24V
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
5
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
9
Fig. 2:
1
2
3
4
5
18
8
B12240a
6
7
Design wireless connection module with LAN, 4-channel version shown
Transformer 230 / 24 V AC
Wireless connection module
LEDs
Push buttons
Terminals
6
7
8
9
Strain reliefs
micro SD-card for software update
RJ-12 for external active antenna
RJ-45 for LAN
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Wireless connection module without LAN
1
3
2
4
230 V Pump
N N L L
24 V
Trafo
in
eco
01 02 03 04 05 06
11 12
19 20
CH 1
24V
24V
CH 2
24V
24V
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
5
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
8
Abb. 3:
1
2
3
4
5
B12240a
6
7
Design wireless connection module without LAN, 4-channel version shown
Transformer 230 / 24 V AC
Wireless connection module
LEDs
Push buttons
Terminals
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7
8
Strain reliefs
micro SD-card for software update
RJ-12 for external active antenna
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Wireless room thermostat
°C
1
3
20
IR
2
3 4
Fig. 4:
1
2
3
4
5
4.2
30
5
B12241a
5
Design wireless room thermostat
left with display, right without display
Display
Sensor buttons
Opening, to open the wireless room thermostat
IR-Sensor
Rotary knob for setting the setpoint
Function
The bi-directional wireless connection module Touchline and the wireless
room thermostat Touchline are components of a control system for comfort
control of surface heating and cooling systems. The wireless connection
module and the wireless room thermostat communicate securely via wireless
transmission.
The wireless room thermostat measures the room temperature with an internal nickel-temperature sensor. Setpoints, mode of operation and parameters
such as setpoint limits and time programs can be changed and configured
with sensor buttons.
The wireless connection module equipped with short-circuit protected outputs,
a stand-by mode and separate relays for the pump and burner control. The
control of the actuators is either on / off control or pulse width modulation
(PWM).
The system is equipped with a self-diagnostics and error display. Radio link
tests can be performed easily ensuring the correct function.
There are various possibilities for addressing of the wireless room thermostats
and wireless connection module. For example, several wireless room thermostats can be assigned to a wireless connection module this way and up to five
wireless connection modules can be combined.
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The integrated pump logic with anti-blocking function provides for an appropriate control of the pump.
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Time program and
energy saving mode
(reduced mode)
The optimal comfort with minimal energy consumption is guaranteed by the
selection of an individual temperature profile for each day provided by the time
program. In the wireless room thermostat three different time programs can be
selected and customized.
The temperature setpoint should be automatically lowered by 3 K (factory
settings) in reduced mode or lifted in cooling mode. The display shows the
symbol .
In addition, it is possible to connect an external time switch to the input "Eco".
The signal of this time switch reduces the setpoint of the wireless room thermostats also by 3 K or more when active.
Cooling
Cooling can be activated through an external signal from e.g. a heat pump or
an external switch. For this function two inputs are available: "C/O" and the
"hot" input "24 ... 230 V TB/C/O". In addition it is possible to provide a signal to
a cooling unit with the potential free output C/O.
Depending on the configuration of the wireless room thermostat, the cooling
mode can be activated with the wireless room thermostat with master function,
or with any wireless room thermostat.
Anti-blocking function for
pump and valves
To prevent blocking of the pump and valves, once per week the anti-blocking
function is activated. The function is started when one of the outputs was not
active for a week. In this anti-blocking function, the pump is turned on for
3 minutes. The actuators are controlled per channel and will be switched on
for 20 minutes. The pump and the actuators run independently without warning.
Emergency mode
When the radio signal between the wireless room thermostat and the wireless
connection module is lost for more than 30 minutes, then the addressed
channels switch over into emergency mode. During the emergency mode the
thermal actuators are in a 30%-on / 70%-off mode of the standard time. The
standard time is determined by the selected control algorithm. The channel
LED(s) is (are) blinking. A warning symbol is shown on the display of the
wireless room thermostat indicating that the emergency function is active. For
a proper functioning of the emergency mode the wireless connection module
must be provided with power not be destroyed by external influences such as
a lightning strike.
Temperature control
The wireless room thermostat measures the room temperature. The temperature setpoint is specified via the wireless room thermostat. Every 10 minutes
the measured room temperature setpoint and the actual temperature are
transmitted to the wireless connection module. After a change of the setpoint
the new setpoint and the actual value are sent immediately to the wireless
connection module.
For an efficient temperature control, three different control algorithms and an
optimized thermal actuator control are available. For the temperature control
one can select between one on/off and two PWM control algorithms.
With the on / off control the heating will be switched on or off when the temperature difference is greater than 0.5 K. If the setpoint is higher than the
measured temperature, the valves are opened. If the setpoint5 is lower than
the measured temperature, the valves are closed.
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During PWM control, the opening and closing time of the valves is calculated
from the temperature difference between the setpoint and the actual value.
The higher this difference, the higher the opening or the closing time.
The optimized actuator control is a specially developed control for thermal
actuators to save energy. At start, the thermal actuator becomes a constant
signal for a defined period. Then, the actuator is controlled with a pulse/pause-signal, so less energy is needed.
Each channel has its own control loop. If a wireless room thermostat is addressed to multiple radio channels, then radio channels are grouped in one
control loop.
Temperature control
with IR floor temperature
sensor
The wireless room thermostat with integrated IR floor temperature sensor
measures the room temperature and the floor temperature.
The heating goes on when the set floor temperature or room temperature is
undercut. The set value for the minimum or maximum floor temperature has
highest priority at all times.
The floor temperature measurement ensures that a comfortable floor temperature is retained.
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4.3
4.3.1
Operating and monitoring elements
Wireless connection module
07 08
eco
09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CH 1
24V
24V
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
24V
24V
CH 4
CH 3
CH 1
NO
% rH
Power
C/O Out
Pump
Cool
%H
24 V 24 V
out
Trafo
in
N
1
2
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
B12242a
01 02 03 04 05 06
c/o in
230 V
c/o in
/TB
L
230 V
c/o out
CH 2
230 V Pump
N N L L
Zone
Master
System
Fuse
Wireless connection module with LAN
Fig. 5:
1
2
Overview wireless connection module with LAN: push buttons and LEDs
LEDs
Push buttons
eco
01 02 03 04 05 06
11 12
19 20
24V
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
24V
24V
CH 4
CH 1
CH 1
24V
CH 3
24 V
Trafo
in
CH 2
230 V Pump
N N L L
NO
% rH
Cool
Power
C/O Out
Pump
Zone
Master
System
Fuse
Wireless connection module without LAN
1
2
B12242a
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
Abb. 6:
1
2
Overview wireless connection module without LAN: push buttons and LEDs
LEDs
Push buttons
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Push buttons
Description
System
Combining several (up to 5) wireless connection modules into
a system.
Master
Define a wireless connection module as master in a system
with multiple wireless connection modules. Each system must
have one master. As factory settings, the wireless connection
modules are configured as slaves.
→ See also page 56, chapter 7.1.6.
Zone
Combining several wireless connection module channels into
a zone or configuring the internal system grid repeater function. Up to three zones are possible.
Channels
● Address wireless room thermostat and wireless connection module.
● Delete addressing.
Table 4: Push buttons wireless connection module
LEDs
LEDs
Description
Fuse:
Red LED
● On: The internal fuse has tripped. → Page 100, chapter
System:
Yellow LED
● On: A wireless connection between up to five wireless
11.1.
connection modules has been established.
● Double blinking: The internal system grid repeater function
temporarily supports combination of several wireless connection modules into a system.
Master:
Green LED
● On: Wireless connection module is configured as master.
● Off: Wireless connection module is configured as slave.
● Blinking Internal system grid repeater function active.
Zone,
LED Power
(blinking simultaneously)
● Blue (Cool):
● Red (% rH):
● Yellow (NO):
Pump:
Green LED
● On: Pump on
● Off: Pump off
C/O Out:
Green LED
The function of the LED "C/O Out" is depending on the settings of parameters P-51. → See also parameter description,
page 92.
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
● Function "Burner" active: On: heating demand
● Function "C/O" active: On: cooling demand
Power:
Green LED
24
● On: Power supply on
● Off: Power supply off
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LEDs
Description
Cool:
Blue LED
● On: C/O-input contact closed
(cooling mode active)
● On: TB-C/O 24…230V input active
(as C/O-input configured)
● On: Switch over heating/cooling by wireless room thermostat (C/O-Output active)
● Off: Wireless connection module in heating mode
% rH:
Red LED
● On: Dew-point active only in cooling mode
● Blinking: TB active in heating or cooling mode
NO: Yellow LED
● On: Actuator NO (normally open)
● Off: Actuator NC (normally closed)
CH 1…CH 12:
Green LEDs
● On: Addressing completed and output active
● Blinking: Ready for addressing
● Blinking, followed by fast flashing: Addressing is deleted in
a few seconds.
● Blinking fast: Channel in emergency mode
The number of channels (CH) depends on the version.
Table 5: LEDs wireless connection module
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Wireless room thermostat with display
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
7
°C %
°F
7
°C %
°F
RESET TIMEDATETEMP SERV
RESET TIMEDATETEMP SERV
1
2
3
4
5
B12243a
6
7
8
9
Fig. 7:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Overview display and sensor buttons wireless room thermostat
General information such as battery status, energy saving mode, alarms for
window contact and dew point, wireless connection, general alarm, key lock,
weekdays for time programs
Temperature setpoint and actual value, time, time program, outdoor and floor
temperature
Help text for configuration
Modes of operation
Select setpoints, time and date and other values change, time programs
Function button, adjustable via parameter P-10
Confirm changed value, confirm selection
Cancel: exit current parameter or menu
Select mode of operation, activate menu mode, select parameter
Sensor buttons
Sensor buttons
Description
2 s:
Activate operation with any button.
Menu button:
● Activate menu mode.
● Select mode of operation. Possible modes of operation:
frost protection (off), reduced, normal, time program, heating or cooling.
● Select parameter (menu mode).
Change value.
● Save value
● Confirm selection.
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Description
10 s:
Change time and date.
Cancel
5 s:
+
● Addressing
● Test addressing.
5 s:
+
Disable/enable operation (key-lock)
10 s:
+
Activate/deactivate sensor mode
Specify duration for which this sensor button is occupied with
a specific function. This function is parameterised via the
parameter P-10.
2 s:
You can choose between the following functions with the
parameters P-10:
● Option "P-9H": Time-bound priorities for the function
"Heating or cooling" for the set duration (h) (party function).
● Option "H-C": Direct switching between heating/cooling
and display of room temperature.
● Further option: Direct display of the floor temperature (for
wireless room thermostats with IR only)
If a different function than the function "heating or cooling
priority" is set for the parameter P-10, you may still set the
function "heating or cooling priority" by pressing the sensor
button
for 5 seconds.
5 s:
Table 6: Sensor buttons wireless room thermostat
Symbols
Symbols
Description
Battery nearly empty
Relative energy consumption
Dew-point alarm (only when dew-point sensor is connected)
Window contact (only with accessory)
Wireless signal
Loss of wireless connection
General alarm
Operation disabled
Working days
Weekend
● Time and date
● Time program
°C
Actual temperature
Room temperature
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Description
Floor temperature (only IR-version)
Outdoor temperature (only with accessory)
Off (frost protection)
Reduced operation
Normal operation
Time program with external clock
,
,
Time program 1, 2 and 3
Cooling mode
Cooling lock
Heating mode
Auto mode: heating and cooling mode controlled by wireless
connection module.
Table 7: Symbols wireless room thermostat
Display modes
4
°C
B12287
B12301
°C
Stand-by mode
Operation mode
Fig. 8: Display modes wireless room thermostat
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Wireless room thermostat without display
1
20
5
20
30
5
2
Fig. 9:
1
2
3
30
3
Overview operating elements wireless room thermostat
LED
Rotary knob for setting the setpoint
Button for addressing to a wireless connection module
LED
LED
Description
LED flashes multiple times
Pairing with the wireless connection module
LED flashes once
for 20 ms
Wireless transmission between wireless room thermostat and
wireless connection module
LED Flashes for
20 ms every 3 s
Battery must be replaced.
Wireless room thermostat is assigned to a wireless connection
module
Table 8: LED
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Installation
5.1
Wireless connection module
NOTE
→ Information on dimensions, see page 113, chapter 14.2.1.
Plan on additional space for opening the cover of the wireless connection
module. You need approx. 1 cm to the right of the connection module.
→ See page 41, Fig. 28.
1
2
3
3
min. 33
5
B12288
5
4
Fig. 10:
Installation wireless connection module
NOTE
If LAN communication over PowerLAN is planned, then a double socket
should be provided for the connections of the wireless connection module
and the PowerLAN.
Type
1CY
EN 60730
10-85%RH
B12244a
Fig. 11:
30
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5.2
5.2.1
Wireless room thermostat
Place of installation and general installation notes
→ Information on dimensions, see page 116, chapter 14.3.1.
Conditions for place of
installation
The place of installation for the wireless room thermostat must meet the
following conditions:
● Interior wall
● Not in direct sunlight
● Not directly beside the entrance door
● Away from sources of moisture
● Away from splashing water
● Away from heat sources such as fireplaces, heaters, televisions or other
electronic devices.
~1.5 m
Installation instruction
Fig. 12:
Installation instruction
0.555 m
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0.555 m
B12168b
~1.5 m
~1.5 m
Wireless room thermostat
with IR sensor
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Wireless room thermostat with display
Open wireless room thermostat
► Hold the cover of the wireless room thermostat with one hand.
► Open the cover by applying a 5 mm Phillips-tip screwdriver in the hole.
► Remove the cover.
ATTENTION
Damage due to improper opening!
– Please hold the cover tight while opening the wireless room thermostat.
– Use the correct hole for opening the wireless room thermostat with IR
sensor as shown below.
1
4
IR
5 mm
2
Fig. 14:
32
B12245a
3
Open the wireless room thermostat
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► Install the bottom part of the wireless room thermostat with the 2 included
screws and plugs.
61
4
2
3
1
B12289
4 mm
Fig. 15:
Installation bottom part of wireless room thermostat
Fig. 16:
Insert batteries
B12290a
Insert batteries
ATTENTION
Possible malfunction of the sensor buttons!
After inserting the batteries the sensor buttons are automatically calibrated
on the surface.
– Do not touch the sensor buttons when inserting the batteries.
– If a sensor button does not work, remove the battery and insert it again.
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thermostat
1
click
Fig. 17:
5.2.3
B12291a
2
Close the wireless room thermostat
Wireless room thermostat without display
Open wireless room thermostat
You need to remove the rotary knob to open and address the wireless room
thermostat.
► Remove the rotary knob.
► Open the cover using the intended bore and a flat-tip screwdriver of 3 mm.
► Remove the cover.
20
5
Fig. 18:
34
30
Open the wireless room thermostat
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► Install the bottom part of the wireless room thermostat.
60 mm
60 mm
Fig. 19:
Insert batteries
Install lower part
► Insert the batteries in the upper part of the wireless room thermostat.
Fig. 20:
Insert batteries
Close wireless room
thermostat
20
20
5
30
5
30
click
Fig. 21:
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Wireless room thermostat with 230 V connection
DANGER
Danger to life from electrical voltage!
Contact with live parts is an immediate danger to life.
Damage to the insulation or individual components can be life threatening.
– When insulation is damaged turn off power immediately and arrange for
repair.
– Only a qualified electrician should perform work on the electrical system.
– Prior to any work on the system, shut off the power supply and secure
against restart. Check for the absence of power!
– Moisture and dust should be kept away from energized parts. Moisture
or dust can cause a short circuit.
► Open the cover of the wireless room thermostat. → See page 32.
► Install the bottom part of the wireless room thermostat with the 2 included
screws and plugs.
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1
3
4
2
5
32
2
4 mm
4
B112246a
60
Fig. 22:
36
Installation bottom part of wireless room thermostat
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► Connect the wireless room thermostat.
1
2
B12192
230 V~
Fig. 23:
Close the wireless room thermostat
► Close the cover of the wireless room thermostat. → See page 34.
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6.1
Electrical connections
Safety
DANGER
Danger to life from electrical voltage!
Contact with live parts is an immediate danger to life.
Damage to the insulation or individual components can be life threatening.
– When insulation is damaged turn off power immediately and arrange for
repair.
– Only a qualified electrician should perform work on the electrical system.
– Before any work, disconnect the wireless connection module and the
peripheral devices from the mains and secure against reactivation. Test
for absence of voltage!
– Type Y attachment according to EN 60730
– Moisture and dust should be kept away from energized parts. Moisture
or dust can cause a short circuit.
6.2
General wiring notes
DANGER
Danger from electric shock!
Improper wiring may be potentially fatal.
–
–
–
–
–
Perform wiring according to connection chart.
Insert wires into the terminals completely to the stop.
Only use the prescribed core cross-sections.
Observe the prescribed dimensions for stripping.
If wire-end ferrules with plastic collar are used, observe the prescribed
dimensions for plastic collars.
– Do not use twin wire-end ferrules.
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Fine-wire conductor
Fine-wire conductors must only be used with wire-end ferrules.
L
L
L1
Fig. 24:
Left: Wire-end ferrules with plastic collar
right: Wire-end ferrules without plastic collar
Strand cross-section
[mm²]
L [mm]
L1 [mm]
0.25 to 0.34
8
10 to 14
0.5
8
12 to 14
0.75
8
12 to 14
Table 9: Dimensions for fine-wire conductors, wire-end ferrules with plastic collar
Strand cross-section
[mm²]
L [mm]
0.5
8
0.75
8
1
8
1.5
8
Table 10: Dimensions for fine-wire conductors, wire-end ferrules without plastic collar
Single-wire or multi-wire
conductors
Single-wire or multi-wire conductors must not be used without wire-end ferrules.
L
Fig. 25:
Single-wire or multi-wire conductors
Strand cross-section
[mm²]
L [mm]
0.2 to 0.75
8
0.75 to 1.5
8
Table 11: Dimensions for single-wire or multi-wire conductors
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Connection diagram for wireless connection module with LAN
230 V Pump
N N L L
230 V
c/o out
01 02 03 04 05 06
07 08
c/o in
%H
eco
230 V
c/o in
/TB
L
24 V 24 V
out
Trafo
in
09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
N
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
Fuse
System
Master
Zone
Pump
C/O Out
Power
Cool
% rH
NO
6.3.1
Wireless connection module
CH 1
24V
CH 2
24V
24V
24V
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
CH 5
24V
c/o in
%H
24V
24V
CH 7
CH 8
24V
24V
CH 9
24V
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
eco
L
230 V
c/o out
230 V
c/o in
/TB
L
N
24 V 24 V
out
Trafo
in
01 02 03 04 05 06
07 08
09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
230 V Pump
N N L
CH 6
24V
CH 1
24V
24V
24V
CH 10
24V
CH 11 CH 12
24V
24V
24V
65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76
CH 2
24V
24V
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
CH 10
CH 11 CH 12
65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76
Fig. 26:
40
A10660c
CH 9
Connection diagram for wireless connection module with LAN
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230 V Pump
N N L
230 V Pump
N N L L
24 V
Trafo
in
eco
01 02 03 04 05 06
11 12
19 20
L
01 02 03 04 05 06
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
Fuse
System
Master
Zone
Pump
C/O Out
Power
Cool
% rH
NO
6.3.1
CH 1
24V
24V
CH 2
24V
24V
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
CH 5
24V
CH 6
24V
24V
24V
CH 7
CH 8
24V
24V
CH 9
24V
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
24 V
Trafo
in
eco
11 12
19 20
CH 1
24V
24V
CH 10
24V
24V
CH 11 CH 12
24V
24V
24V
65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76
CH 2
24V
24V
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
CH 10
CH 11 CH 12
65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76
6.3.2
Connection diagram for wireless connection module with LAN
Perform electrical connections
► Remove the cover as shown below.
Remove cover
1
min. 1 cm
3
Fig. 28:
click
2
4
B12292a
Fig. 27:
A10660c
CH 9
Remove cover
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Danger from electrical voltage on terminals 01 to 10!
DANGER
There is a direct danger to life from contact with live parts.
– Before any work, disconnect the wireless connection module and the
peripheral devices from the mains and secure against reactivation. Test
for absence of voltage.
– Type Y attachment according to EN 60730
230 V AC
1
230 V Pump
N N L
L
230 V
c/o out
N
01 02 03 04 05 06
L
230 V
c/o in
/TB
2
5
07 08 09 10
3
4
B12293b
DIN 46228-4
Fig. 29:
Connect wires
Connect wires
► Press down the terminal pin with a screwdriver. See step 2.
► At the same time put the wire into the terminal opening. See step 3.
► Press the cable into the matching strain relief. See step 5.
Observe that the line jacket should be as close as possible to the connection terminal. This keeps the individual conductors well in their position.
See step 4.
This must be performed specifically at the following terminals for the
230 V-lines:
● 01 and 02: PE
● 03 and 04: N and N Pump out
● 05 and 06: L and L Pump out
● 07 and 08: 230 V c/o out (LAN versions only)
● 09 and 10: 230 V c/o in
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Connect transformer
ATTENTION
► Connect the transformer to the 24 V input terminals 11 and 12.
Malfunctioning due to improper connection!
Improper connection may cause malfunction of the system.
– Each wireless connection module must have a separate transformer.
24 V
Trafo
in
10 11 12 13
B12247a
≤ 70 °C
Abb. 30:
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The 24 V output is used only as support voltage for a dew-point sensor or
as a voltage signal to the TB input (temperature limit).
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Connect thermal actuators ► Connect the thermal actuators to the following terminals:
– 4-channel version: terminals 25 to 36 for max. 6 actuators
– 8-channel version: terminals 25 to 56 for max. 12 actuators
– 12-channel version: terminals 25 to 76 for max. 18 actuators
CH 1
24V
24V
CH 2
24V
CH 3 CH 4
24V
24V
24V
B12295a
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
Fig. 31:
Connect thermal actuators
Connect 230 V pump
► Connect the pump to terminal 04, 05 and 06.
Contact rating: 230 V, 2.5 (1) A
230 V Pump
N N L
L
01 02 03 04 05 06
Fig. 32:
Connect pump, 230 V
NOTE
44
B12294a
PE
N
L
L
N
PE
To save energy and on demand, the pump command is released only after
2 minutes in any setting.
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C/O-input for activation
cooling mode (LAN versions only)
The C/O-input is a configurable input for a C/O-signal of 24 V or 230 V. Use
the C/O-signal to switch between heating to cooling operation.
► Connect the C/O-Signal to terminals 09 and 10.
Control with 24 V
24 V
230 V
c/o in
/TB
N
L
24 V
Trafo
in
24 V
out
09 10 11 12 13 14
B12249a
1
Fig. 33:
C/O-input, control with 24 V voltage from wireless connection module
Terminal 10
1
Voltage ON: cooling ON
Voltage OFF: cooling OFF
e.g. heat pump
Control with 230 V
230 V
230 V
c/o in
/TB
N
L
N L
Fig. 34:
C/O-input, control with 230 V
Terminal 10
1
1
B12250a
09 10
Voltage ON: cooling ON
Voltage OFF: cooling OFF
e.g. Roth heat pump Terra Compact
ATTENTION
Do not interchange the connection to terminals 09 (N) and 10 (L)!
Improper connection may cause malfunctioning of the system.
– Connect the phase and neutral wires correctly. Phase (L) to terminal 10
and neutral (N) to terminal 09.
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TB-input for temperature
monitoring (LAN versions
only)
The TB-input can be used for temperature monitoring by an external maximum temperature limiter.
► Connect the signal of the external temperature limiter to terminals 09 and
10.
TB
10
05
09
09 10
06
N
L
Fig. 35:
B12251a
230 V
c/o in
/TB
N
L
TB-input for temperature monitoring
Voltage on terminal 10
ON: all valves closed
OFF: all valves are controlled by demand.
ATTENTION
Limitation of liability for safety function!
The safety function of the maximum floor temperature is provided by the
separate, external temperature limiter by switching the pump off. The signal on terminal 10 triggers the additional closure of all valves; however,
this does NOT replace the security function.
– Use only an approved temperature limiter
– Use the information regarding the maximum allowed water supply temperature provided by the manufacturers of the floor respectively the floor
covering.
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The output "c/o out" is a configurable output for cooling (C/O: Change-Over)
or burner start.
C/O- or burner output,
potential free contact
(LAN versions only)
► Attach a refrigeration unit or a burner on the terminals 07 and 08. The radio
system must be configured for either application.
Contact rating: 230 V, 2.5 (1) A
230 V
c/o out
08
07
1
N
B12248a
07 08
L
Fig. 36: C/O- or burner output, 230 V
Contact 07 / 08 closed:
open:
1
cooling or burner start ON
cooling or burner start OFF
Cooling device or burner
Eco-input, for reduced
mode with contact
recognition
► Connect the contact of an external clock or modem to terminals 19 and 20.
eco
eco
Fig. 37:
19 20
B12253a
19 20
Eco-input, contact recognition
Terminal 19 / 20, external contact:
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► Connect a heat pump or another cooling device to terminals 15 and 16.
C/O-input, for activation
cooling mode by contact
recognition (LAN versions
only)
c/o in
c/o in
15 16
Fig. 38:
B12252a
15 16
C/O-input, contact recognition
Terminal 15 / 16, external contact
%rH-input for optional
humidity control during
cooling mode (LAN versions only)
closed:
open:
cooling ON
cooling OFF
► Connect terminal 1 and 2 of the dew-point sensor to the 24 V support
voltages terminals 13 and 14 of the wireless connection module.
► Connect the switching output of the dew-point sensor, terminal 7 and 8 to
the terminals 17 and 18 of the wireless connection module.
24 V
out
c/o in
%H
13 14 15 16 17 18
1
Fig. 39:
Humidity input
Terminal 17 and 18,
1
48
7 8
B12254a
1 2
contact closed:
contact open:
maximum allowable humidity exceeded, cooling OFF
maximum allowable humidity not exceeded, cooling at demand ON
Roth dew-point monitor (material number: 1135000327)
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Connection LAN-network
► Connect the LAN-network as show below.
RJ-45 RJ-12 microSD
LAN Options
1.) PowerLAN
R
J-
45
R
J-
45
R
J12
R
12
J-
m
ic
ro
-S
D
D
-S
ro
ic
m
2.) LAN Router
B12296a
3.) WLAN Router
Fig. 40: LAN-network
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Install cover
► Put on the cover as shown below
► Insert the plug from the transformer into the outlet.
► At the wireless connection module the Power LED must light.
3
4
click
Fig. 41:
50
2
Power
B12297
1
Install cover and connect power supply
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7
Commissioning and operation
The commissioning of the control system comprises the following steps:
Steps during
commissioning
► Execute the addressing between wireless connection module and wireless
room thermostats.
► Test addressing.
► If applicable: set time and date with one wireless room thermostat.
► Configure wireless connection modules and wireless room thermostats.
7.1
Addressing
During addressing a wireless room thermostat is assigned to a radio channel.
The following combinations between a wireless connection module and a
wireless room thermostat are possible:
● Address one wireless room thermostat to one radio channel.
● Address one wireless room thermostat to several radio channels.
● Address one wireless room thermostat or several wireless room thermostats to one radio channel (sensor mode)
● Address up to 5 wireless connection modules to each other.
● Combine several radio channels into one zone.
● Up to 12 wireless room units can be addressed to one wireless connection
module, 4-, 8- or 12 channel version.
● One wireless room thermostat and up to four wireless room thermostats in
sensor mode can be addressed to one channel. The additional wireless
room thermostats have to be set into sensor mode before addressing to
the channel.
● Each wireless connection module can be divided into up to 3 zones.
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room thermostats (room thermostats, window contacts, etc.). If you want
to set up a system using more than 12 wireless room thermostats, you
can distribute the wireless room thermostats among several wireless
connection modules. If you need, for example, 12 wireless channels, you
can implement this using a wireless connection module with 4 wireless
channels and a wireless connection module with 12 wireless channels. In
this configuration, you can connect up to 24 wireless room thermostats.
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7.1.1
Address one wireless room thermostat to one radio channel
One wireless room thermostat shall be addressed to radio channel CH 1.
Example
► Press push button CH 1 of the wireless connection module.
► The corresponding LED CH 1 blinks.
► For wireless room thermostats with display: Press the sensor buttons
of the wireless room thermostat for 5 seconds simultaneously.
and
► For wireless room thermostats without display: Push the button below the
rotary knob for 10 seconds.
20
5
30
► LED CH 1 of the wireless connection module lights.
► After 5 seconds LED CH 1 goes off. If a demand is present, then LED CH 1
would continue to light.
► The display of the wireless room thermostat is activated (operation mode)
The symbol will be shown and the setpoint is blinking. The setpoint can
be changed.
One wireless room thermostat is addressed to radio channel CH 1.
7.1.2
Address one wireless room thermostats to several radio channels
Radio channel CH 1 and CH 2 shall be addressed to one wireless room
thermostat.
Example
► Press push button CH 1 of the wireless connection module.
► The corresponding LED CH 1 blinks.
► Press push button CH 2 of the wireless connection module.
► The corresponding LED CH 2 blinks.
and
► Press the sensor buttons
5 seconds simultaneously.
of the wireless room thermostat for
► LED CH 1 and CH 2 of the wireless connection module light.
► After 5 seconds LEDs CH 1 and CH 2 go off.
► The display of the wireless room thermostat shows the symbol
.
Radio channel CH 1 and CH 2 are addressed to one wireless room thermostat.
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7.1.3
Address several wireless room thermostats to one radio channel
(sensor mode)
When several wireless room thermostats in sensor mode are addressed to
one channel, then all actual measured temperatures will be used to calculate
the average room temperature.
NOTE
Before addressing more than one wireless room thermostats to one radio
channel, the additional wireless room thermostats have to be set into sensor mode.
In addition to one wireless room thermostat it is possible to add up to five
wireless room thermostats in sensor mode.
When a wireless room thermostat will be addressed to a radio channel that
is addressed already with another wireless room thermostat, then the address of the firstly addressed wireless room thermostat will be overwritten.
With parameter P-24 it is possible to put a wireless room thermostat back
to factory settings. → See parameter description P-24, Option "4",
page 83.
+
10 s
Deactivate sensor mode
► Press the sensor buttons
und
10 seconds simultaneously.
+
10 s
of the wireless room thermostat for
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und
10 seconds simultaneously.
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Activate sensor mode
Example
Assign several wireless room thermostats to radio channel CH 1 for average
temperature building.
Address the first wireless
room thermostat
► Assign the first wireless room thermostat to a radio channel in accordance
with chapter 7.1.1. → See page 52, chapter 7.1.1.
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Second wireless room
thermostat, set sensor
mode
und
► Press the sensor buttons
10 seconds simultaneously.
of the wireless room thermostat for
► The display shows "– – – –" first permanently for 5 seconds and then blinks
for another 5 seconds.
► The display shows SENS.
NOTE
Sensor buttons
and
are inactive when the wireless room thermostat
is set in sensor mode. The setpoint can only be changed at the wireless
room thermostat which is in operation mode.
However, configuration of parameters can still be done by pressing the
sensor button .
Address second wireless
room thermostat as temperature sensor
► Press push button CH 1 of the wireless connection module.
► The corresponding LED CH 1 blinks.
and
► Press the sensor buttons
for 5 seconds simultaneously.
of the second wireless room thermostat
► LED CH 1 of the wireless connection module lights.
► After 5 seconds LED CH 1 goes off.
► The display of the second wireless room thermostat shows the symbol
.
A second wireless room thermostat has been addressed to radio channel
CH 1, the first which is in sensor mode. Up to 5 units in sensor mode can be
assigned to one radio channel.
NOTE
Revoke sensor mode
It is possible to configure a wireless room thermostat with IR sensor also in
the "temperature sensor" mode. In the "temperature sensor" mode the
measured room temperature of the internal sensors are averaged. The
measured floor temperatures of the IR sensors are not averaged.
If the wireless room thermostat has not been assigned to any wireless controller yet, revoke sensor mode as follows:
► Press the sensor buttons
taneously for 10 seconds.
and
of the wireless room thermostat simul-
If the wireless room thermostat has already been assigned to a wireless
controller, revoke sensor mode according to either version A or B.
Version A
► Select parameter P-24, Option 4 of the service menu. → See parameter
description P-24, page 83.
The wireless room thermostat will be reset to factory settings. The assignment of the wireless room thermostat in sensor mode will be deleted.
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► Delete the connection of the wireless room thermostat according to page
55, chapter 7.1.5.
Version B
► Press sensor button
of the wireless room thermostat 5 seconds.
► The display shows "SENS" and symbol
und
► Press the sensor buttons
10 seconds simultaneously.
.
of the wireless room thermostat for
► The display shows "– – – –".
The wireless room thermostat can be used again.
7.1.4
Test addressing
Execute the following steps to check if the wireless thermostat room are
properly assigned to the wireless connection module.
► The display of the wireless room thermostat shows the symbol . The
wireless room thermostat is assigned to a wireless connection module.
and
of the wireless room thermostat for
► Press sensor buttons
5 seconds simultaneously. The display of the wireless room thermostat
shows "Pair" – "Test" as long as the LED of the wireless connection module lights.
► On the wireless connection module the LED of the assigned channel lights.
If the wireless room thermostat is assigned to more than one channels then
all assigned channel LEDs light.
► The LED/LEDs goes/go off after 5 seconds.
The addressing has been tested.
NOTE
When the display shows the symbol
, then the radio connection between the wireless room thermostat and the wireless connection module is
interrupted.
→ For possible causes see page 101, chapter 11.2.
7.1.5
Delete addressing
Example
A wireless room thermostat, which is assigned to the radio channel CH 1 has
to be deleted.
► Press channel button CH 1 of the wireless connection module 12 seconds
without interruption.
► After 2 seconds LED CH 1 blinks 5 seconds.
► LED CH 1 blinks fast another 5 seconds.
► LED CH 1 goes off.
► After the next radio refreshing cycle the display of wireless room thermoand "– – – –". As this may take up to 10 minutes, press any
stat shows
button on the wireless room thermostat to check immediately if the channel
has been deleted.
The addressing has been deleted.
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7.1.6
Combine several wireless connection modules into a system
Up to five wireless connection modules can be combined into one system.
One of the wireless connection modules have to be defined as master. At
factory all wireless connection modules are configured as slave.
NOTE
Configure wireless connection module as "Master"
The wireless connection module has to be configured as master before
any wireless room thermostats are assigned. When the wireless connection module is configured as master afterwards, then it is possible that
certain parameter settings are lost.
► Press push button Master of the wireless connection module at least
10 seconds.
► After a short time the LED Master blinks 5 seconds.
► The LED Master blinks fast another 5 seconds.
► After 2 seconds the LED Master lights.
Address wireless connection module "Slave" to
"Master"
► The LED Master lights.
► Press push button System of the wireless connection module "Master"
until the LED System blinks.
► Press push button System of the wireless connection module "Slave" until
the LED System blinks.
► At successful addressing:
– the LED System of the wireless connection module "Slave" lights.
– the LED System of the wireless connection module "Master" changes
from blinking to off.
– the LED System of the wireless connection module "Master" lights as
soon as the first communication with the wireless connection module
"Slave" has been built up.
Test addressing of wireless connection modules
"Slave" and "Master"
NOTE
Delete addressing of
wireless connection
modules "Master" and
"Slave"
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The wireless connection module "Slave" is connected to the wireless connection module "Master" when at both the LED System lights.
Further testing is not required. If desired the proper assignment can be
tested by installing a bridge at terminals 15 and 16 (C/O-input) of the wireless connection module "Master". The wireless connection module "Master" will switch into cooling mode and will send this signal to the wireless
connection module "Slave". After max. 3 minutes the LED "Cool" of the
"Slave" also lights blue.
► Press push button Master wireless connection module for 10 seconds
► After a short time the LED Master blinks 5 seconds.
► The LED Master blinks fast another 5 seconds.
► At the wireless connection module "Master" the LEDs Master and System
go off and at the "Slave" the LED System goes off.
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NOTE
7.1.7
All central plant devices such as a central pump, burner control, C/O-signal
for a heat pump etc. are connected to the wireless connection module
"Master". To a wireless connection module "Slave" only a local pump, if
any, is connected.
→ For the configuration of the relevant parameters P-51, P-61, P62 und
P-63 see parameter description page 92, chapter 9.3.6 and page 94, chapter 9.3.7.
Internal system grid repeater
If the distance between a wireless connection module "Slave" and the associated wireless connection module "Master" prevents a direct wireless connection, an interim wireless connection module "Slave" can be used as a repeater. This way, the system network's reach can be enlarged without using an
external repeater. The internal system network repeater does not influence the
room thermostat networks.
NOTE
Only one repeater in the form of an external or internal repeater must be
activated per system network.
NOTE
In order to activate the internal repeater, the wireless connection module
must be configured as a Slave and assigned to a wireless connection
module "Master".
Activate the
internal repeater
► Press push button Zone of the wireless connection module for at least
10 seconds.
► After a short time, the LED Master will blink quickly.
► After 10 seconds, the LED Master blinks once if the wireless connection is
good. If the wireless connection is bad, the LED blinks twice.
► The internal repeater is activated.
Deactivate the
internal repeater
► Press push button Zone at the wireless connection module for at least
10 seconds.
► After a short time, the LED Master will blink quickly.
► After 10 seconds, the LED Master goes out.
► The internal repeater is deactivated.
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Integrate wireless connec- If there is a wireless connection module "Slave" out of reach, you can intetion modules into the sys- grate this wireless connection module into the system network via the internal
repeater.
tem network
Master
1. Slave
2. Slave
Internal repeater
(out of reach)
► Press push button Zone at the wireless connection module "internal repeater" for 5 seconds.
► After a short time, the LED Master will blink quickly.
► After 5 seconds, the LED System blinks double.
► Press push button System of the wireless connection module "Master"
until the LED System blinks.
► Press push button System of the wireless connection module "Slave" until
the LED System lights up.
► Repeat the last two steps for the other wireless connection modules
"Slave" that are out of reach.
NOTE
→ To combine multiple wireless connection modules into one system, see
page 56, chapter 7.1.6.
NOTE
The internal system network repeater deactivates the support for the system network combination after 10 minutes automatically in order to keep
from disturbing other system networks in reach.
After the wireless connection module has been integrated into the system
network successfully, you need to deactivate the pairing mode of the internal
repeater again.
► Press push button Zone at the wireless connection module with activated
repeater for 5 seconds.
► After a short time, the LED Master will blink quickly.
► After 5 seconds, the LED System lights up.
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7.2
Zones
Applications for zoning
Each wireless connection module can be divided in up to 3 zones.
Zones can be used for the following applications:
● Within one zone the modes of operation, "Off (frost protection)", "Eco",
"Normal Operation" or the same time program will be shared. The mode or
the operation can be changed at each wireless room thermostat.
● One wireless room thermostat will have the highest priority for heating and
cooling. The change of mode will transferred to all wireless room thermostats within the zone. → See parameter description P-51, page 92.
● One wireless room thermostat will be assigned as master. With this wireless room thermostat there are following possibilities available:
– Changing the mode of operation.
– Changing the time program for the wireless connection module.
– Selecting the mode of operation heating/cooling for the entire plant.
→ See parameter description P-48, page 91.
● All wireless room thermostats share the same setpoint within the zone.
→ See parameter description P-46, page 90.
7.2.1
Zone building, assign radio channels to one zone
NOTE
In the following example three zones are built. However, it is also possible
to build one or two zones only, and to keep certain channels outside the
zone(s).
Zoning building can be done only after the assignment of the wireless
room thermostats to radio channels. After zoning building it is possible to
add any wireless room thermostat to a zone.
Build first zone
► Press push button Zone at the wireless connection module briefly.
► The green Power LED blinks.
► The blue LED indicating the first zone and the CH LEDs for channels not
yet assigned to a zone blink.
► Press the CH buttons for the radio channels that need to be assigned to
the first zone.
► The LEDs of the assigned channels light.
Build second zone
► Press push button Zone at the wireless connection module briefly.
► The red LED indicating the second zone and the CH LEDs for channels not
yet assigned to a zone blink.
► Press the CH buttons for the radio channels that need to be assigned to
the second zone.
► The LEDs of the assigned channels light.
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► Press push button Zone at the wireless connection module briefly.
Build third zone
► The yellow LED indicating the third zone and the CH LEDs for channels not
yet assigned to a zone blink.
► Press the CH buttons for the radio channels that need to be assigned to
the third zone.
► The LEDs of the assigned channels light.
End zone building
► Press push button Zone at the wireless connection module briefly.
► The LEDs for zoning go off. The green Power LED lights.
The wireless connection is in operation. Zones are built.
7.2.2
Delete assignment of a radio channel or several radio channels to a
zone
Delete the assignment of a radio channel to a zone in reverse order compared
to the addressing
► Press the Zone button of the wireless connection module repeatedly until
the LED for the zone from which the radio channel must be deleted lights.
– Zone 1: blue LED
– Zone 2: red LED
– Zone 3: yellow LED.
► The CH LEDs that are assigned to the selected zone light.
► Press the CH button of the radio channel that needs to be deleted from the
zone.
► The relevant LED blinks. The radio channel is no longer assigned to the
zone.
► Repeat this procedure in case further or all assignments need to be deleted.
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When all CH LEDs blink after the first press of the Zone button, then no
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7.3
7.3.1
Change setpoints
Set room temperature
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
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► The display changes into operation mode. The setpoint blinks.
► Press sensor button
or
, to change the setpoint.
► Press sensor button
to confirm the new setpoint.
– If no sensor button is pressed, then the new setpoint will be automatically saved after 5 seconds.
– To interrupt this procedure press the sensor button
point will not be saved.
. The new set-
► If no sensor button is pressed, the wireless room thermostat returns into
stand-by mode.
7.3.2
Set floor temperature
The setting of the floor temperature is only available for the type with IR floor
temperature measurement.
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
► The display changes into operation mode. The room temperature setpoint
blinks.
>5s
► Press sensor button
shows P01.
5 seconds to enter the user menu. The display
► Press sensor button
. The display shows P02.
► Press sensor button . The display shows the setpoint for the floor temperature and the symbol .
► Press sensor button
or
, to change the setpoint.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
P03.
to confirm the new setpoint. The display shows
– Press sensor button , to interrupt the procedure. The new setpoint is
not saved. The display shows P02.
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– If no sensor button is pressed, the wireless room thermostat returns into
stand-by mode after 1 minute. The new setpoint is not saved.
► To leave the user menu press sensor button
operation mode.
. The display shows the
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NOTE
If for the stand-by mode for the parameter P-01 the option "Actual value" is
selected, the actual value of the IR sensor (floor temperature) will be displayed for the first four seconds. Afterwards the actual value of the room
temperature sensor is displayed. If for the parameter P-01 the option "IR
sensor" (floor temperature) is selected, the display is in reverse order.
The floor temperature is measured every three minutes. The value shown
and the value used in the wireless connection module is the average of the
last three measurements.
NOTE
7.4
The IR floor temperature control is not active in cooling mode.
Select mode of operation
With the wireless room thermostat the following modes of operation can be
selected:
Symbol
Description
Off (frost protection)
Reduced operation
Normal operation
Time program I "Pro 1", II "Pro 2" and III "Pro 3"
Cooling mode (only selectable if the wireless room
thermostat has priority over the heating/cooling device)
Heating mode (only selectable if the wireless room
thermostat has priority over the heating/cooling device)
AUTO
Auto cooling mode (cannot be changed by wireless
room thermostat as the mode is determined by the
cooling device through a C/O input)
Table 12: Modes of operation
Select mode of operation
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
► The display changes into operation mode. The room temperature setpoint
blinks.
► Press shortly the sensor button
. The
symbol blinks.
► Press shortly the sensor button , to change to the next mode of operation
symbol. The symbol of the next mode of operation blinks.
repeatedly, until the symbol of the desired
► Press the sensor button
mode of operation blinks.
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► Press the sensor button
, to confirm the new mode of operation.
– If no sensor button is pressed, the selection is interrupted after 10 seconds and the wireless room thermostat returns into stand-by mode. The
new mode of operation is not saved.
– Press the sensor button , to interrupt the procedure. The new mode
of operation is not saved.
NOTE
The modes of operation heating and cooling are only selectable if the wireless room thermostat has the priority over the C/O input.
If a wireless room thermostat has been defined as master, then heating
and cooling can only be selected with the master wireless room thermostat.
→ For the configuration of the relevant parameters P-48 and P-51 see
parameter description page 91 and page 92.
NOTE
Select and change time
program
NOTE
When the operating mode "Off (frost protection)" was selected, the display
switches from sleep mode to operating mode and the display shows the
set value for parameter P-32. In cooling operation, the display shows
"OFF" when switching from sleeping mode to operating mode. The buttons
and
are not active.
→ See page 65, chapter 7.6.
If a time program is activated it is possible to manually override the mode
of operation determined by the time program. At the next switching point of
the time program, the manual override is deactivated again by the time
program. However, if "Off (frost protection)" has been selected, the mode
of operation will remain "Off (frost protection)" at any time.
In order to permanently operate the wireless room thermostat manually,
the time program must be deactivated.
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7.5
Set time and date
At commissioning
For proper functioning of the plant it is necessary to set the time and date of
each wireless connection module.
During addressing of the first wireless room thermostat to a wireless connection module, the setting of the time and date is automatically prompted. If this
procedure is skipped, then it will be repeated when the next wireless room
thermostat is assigned.
► The value for the hour blinks.
► Press sensor button
or
, to set the actual value for the hours.
► Press sensor button
to confirm. The value for the minutes blinks.
► Set minutes, year, month and day as described for the hours.
► When time and date have been set press sensor button
shows the operation mode.
. The display
Check and adjust time and If necessary the time and date can be checked and adjusted directly at the
wireless room thermostat.
date, when needed
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
► The display changes into operation mode. The room temperature setpoint
blinks.
► Press sensor button
► Press sensor buttons
► Press sensor button
5 seconds. The value for the hours blinks.
or
, to set the actual value for the hours.
to confirm. The value for the minutes blinks.
► Set minutes, year, month and day as described for the hours.
► When time and date have been set press sensor button
shows the operation mode.
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. The display
When the time setting is called and the time is received from the internet, the
display will show the symbol "AUTO".
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7.6
Time programs
7.6.1
Overview of the three time programs
The wireless connection module has three different types of time programs
that can be changed. The time programs are the same for all room thermostats.
● I: One profile for all weekdays (one profile)
Profile symbol: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Time program I has just one profile with three switched-on periods that are
the same for every day.
● II: One profile for working days and one profile for the weekend (2 profiles)
Profile symbols: working days: 1 2 3 4 5 , weekend: 6 7
With time program II one can distinguish between "working days" and
"weekends", each with three switched-on periods.
● III: One profile for each weekday (7 profiles)
Profile symbols: Monday 1 , Tuesday 2 , … Saturday 6 , Sunday 7
The most advanced time program can be made with time program III: it is
possible to create different profiles for every weekday, each with three
switched-on periods.
7.6.2
Factory settings time program
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
06:00...08:30 16:30...23:00 OFF
06:00...23:00 OFF
—
06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
—
06:00...23:00 00:00...00:00 00:00...00:00
06:00...23:00 00:00...00:00 00:00...00:00
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Factory settings time programs
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switched-on period is entered, then during programming the second period
is shown at the display as "OFF" and the third is not shown at all. When a
second period is entered, then the third period will appear as "OFF", and
can be programmed too.
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NOTE
The temperature difference between "Normal operation" and "Reduced
operation" can be set individually for each wireless room thermostat. The
factory setting is 3 K.
In operating mode "Reduced operation", the display shows the setpoint of
the operating mode "Normal operation". The setpoint is internally reduced
by the set temperature difference, however.
→ See parameter description P-44, page 89.
7.6.3
Select time program
In the mode of operation "time program" one of the three time programs I, II,
or III can be selected. The time programs are shown with the symbols
,
,
or
. If the symbol
and the message OFF is shown, then no time program is active. If only the symbol
without the message OFF is shown, then
the "ECO" input of the wireless connection module is active.
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
at the wireless room thermostat briefly several
► Press the sensor button
blinks. The display shows OFF.
times until the symbol
or , to select time program I, II, III, or OFF.
► Press the sensor buttons
Corresponding to the symbols the display also shows Pro1, Pro2 or Pro3.
► Press sensor button
, to confirm the selected time program.
– If no sensor button is pressed, the selection is interrupted after 10 seconds and the wireless room thermostat returns into stand-by mode. The
new mode of operation is not saved.
– Press the sensor button , to interrupt the procedure. The new mode
of operation is not saved.
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7.6.4
Change time program
The sequence of the switching points has to be fix and ascending:
NOTE
Switching point
reduced  normal
normal  reduced
reduced  normal
normal  reduced
reduced  normal
normal  reduced
Switched-on period 1
Switched-on period 2
Switched-on period 3
The switching points can be shifted in any direction. However, they should
not overlap each other. For example the second switching point reduced 
normal should not lie before the first switching point reduced  normal.
The switching points of a switched-on period may not lie between the
switching points of another switched-on period.
At midnight "00:00" means begin of day and "24:00" end of day.
a
1
00:00
02:00
04:00
06:00
1
08:00
2
2
10:00
12:00
14:00
16:00
18:00
20:00
22:00
24:00
16:00
18:00
20:00
22:00
24:00
b
00:00
Fig. 43:
a
b
02:00
04:00
06:00
2
08:00
1
2
10:00
12:00
14:00
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Right and wrong settings of the time program
Right setting: The switching points are configured in ascending order.
Wrong setting: The switching points of the second switched-on period lie between the switching points of the first
switched-on period.
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Change an existing time
program
Time program Pro1 has to be changed.
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
► The display changes into operation mode. The room temperature setpoint
blinks.
► Press sensor button
shows P01.
5 seconds to enter the user menu. The display
► Press sensor button
shortly 3 times until the display shows P04.
. The symbol
► Press sensor button . The display shows message
blinks and all weekdays 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 are shown.
► Press sensor button
program 3 (Pro3).
or
, to select time program 2 (Pro2) or time
► Press sensor button
, to confirm the selection of the time program.
The default value of the first time program has to be changed.
Example
Switching points
Factory settings
Change
Switched-on period 1
"reduced"  "normal"
06:00
06:00 (unchanged)
Switched-on period 1
"normal"  "reduced"
23:00
09:00
Switched-on period 2
"reduced"  "normal"
OFF
16:00
Switched-on period 2
"normal"  "reduced"
OFF
22:00
Table 13:
Example change of time program 1
a
1
00:00
02:00
04:00
06:00
08:00
10:00
12:00
14:00
16:00
18:00
20:00
22:00
b
1
00:00
Fig. 44:
02:00
04:00
06:00
1
08:00
10:00
12:00
14:00
16:00
c
2
2
18:00
20:00
24:00
22:00
24:00
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A Factory settings
B New settings according to example
C In this example a third switched-on period can only lie in the grey area.
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Time program Pro1 –
change first switched-on
period
Time program Pro1 is selected. The factory settings need to be changed.
► Press sensor button . The display shows the time of the first switching
point for "reduced to normal". Time 06:00 blinks. Symbol is shown.
► Press sensor button
to confirm the default time 06:00. The display
shows the time of the first switching point "normal to reduced". Time 23:00
blinks. Symbol is shown.
► Press sensor button
, to set the new time at 09:00.
► Press sensor button
, to save the changes of the first switch-on period.
The time for the first switching point "reduced to normal" has not been
changed. The time for the first switching point "normal to reduced" has been
changed to 09:00.
Set second switched-on
period
► The display shows the message OFF. The second switched-on period is
not used.
► Press sensor button
, to set the new time at 16:00.
The time for the second switching point "reduced to normal" has been set at
16:00. Symbol is shown.
► Press sensor button . The display shows the time of the second switching point "normal to reduced". Time 16:00 blinks. Symbol is shown.
► Press sensor button
, to set the new time at 22:00.
► Press sensor button
period.
, to save the changes of the second switch-on
The time for the second switching point "normal to reduced" has been set at
23:00. Symbol is shown.
Set third switched-on
period
NOTE
The second switched-on period must first be set in time program Pro1 in
order to enable the message OFF of the third switched-on period. If the
second switched-on period is not set, the message OFF is not shown.
► The display shows the message OFF. The third switched-on period is not
used.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button , to set the time of the third switching point "reduced to normal". As the last switching point of the second switched-on
period is set at 23:00, the time of the third switching points "reduced to
normal" and "normal to reduced" have to be set between 23:00 and
24:00. Otherwise the second switched-on period has to be shifted.
– Press sensor button
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3
4
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Time program Pro2
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
program Pro3.
, to skip time program Pro2 and to go to time
– Press sensor button
shows P-04.
, to leave the time program Pro2. The display
– Press sensor button
, to configure time program Pro2.
► After pressing the sensor button
working days 1 2 3 4 5 .
, the display shows the symbol for
► Set all switching points of the desired switched-on periods for the working
days as described for Pro1.
► Repeat this procedure for the weekend. The display shows the symbol for
the weekend 6 7 .
Time program Pro2 has be set.
Time program Pro3
► Procedure as described for time program Pro 2.
With time program Pro3 all switching points of the desired switched-on periods are set per individual day of the week.
NOTE
To remove a switched-on period set the time of both switching points at the
same value. First remove the third switched-on period, then the second
switched-on period. When the second of three switched-on periods is removed, then also the third is deleted.
Please note that if sensor buttons are not pressed for more than one minute the wireless room thermostat return to its battery saving mode before
the time program is completed.
7.6.5
Reset time programs to factory settings
The three time programs can be reset to factory settings individually with
parameter P-05.
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7.7
"eco"-Indicator
The "eco"-indicator displays the relative energy consumption of the plant. The
"eco"- indicator has five levels.
The "eco"-level is depending on the following factors:
● Setpoint
● Actual room temperature
● Mode of operation
● At heating and cooling plants: settings of the dead-zone.
Symbol
Description
"eco"-level 1: low relative energy consumption, high
energy efficiency
"eco"-level 5: high relative energy consumption, low
energy efficiency
Table 14: "eco"- indicator
Energy efficiency
The energy efficiency can be increased by the following measures:
► Reduce the setpoint of the room temperature and if applicable the minimum floor temperature.
► Use the time program and adapt this program to the end-user's daily
schedule.
► For plants with heating and cooling: increase the dead-zone between
heating and cooling.
7.8
Parameterising function button
Function button
The sensor button
Parameterise function
Set this function via the parameter P-10. → See parameter description P-10,
page 80.
can be assigned with a function.
The following functions are available:
● Option "P-9H": Priorities or function "Heating or cooling" for the set duration
(h) (party function).
● Option "H-C": Direct switching heating/cooling and display of room temperature. → See following section "procedure for direct switching of heating/cooling".
● Further option: Direct display of the floor temperature (for wireless room
thermostat with IR only).
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for 5 seconds.
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Specify duration
(party function)
The duration for the function of the sensor button
is set as follows:
for 2 seconds. The display shows P-0H.
► Press the sensor button
of
to set the time. Maximum value: 9 hours
► Press the sensor button
(display P-9H). Minimum value: 1 hour P-0H. When selecting "0" the function is deactivated.
.
► Press the sensor button
The party function can be cancelled with the sensor button
Procedure for
direct switching
heating/cooling
.
for 2 seconds. If the wireless connection mod► Press the sensor button
ule is in heating mode, the display shows COOL and the icon flashes. If
the wireless connection module is in cooling mode, the display shows
HEAT and the icon flashes.
► Perform one of the following steps:
or wait for 10 seconds. The wireless connec● Press the sensor button
tion module switches to cooling or heating mode.
to cancel the process.
● Press the sensor button
7.9
Lock / unlock operation of wireless room thermostat
Lock operation
and
► Press sensor buttons
ously for at least 5 seconds.
of the wireless room thermostat simultane. Operation is locked.
► The display shows symbol
4
5s
Unlock operation
► Press sensor buttons
and
ously for at least 5 seconds.
► Symbol
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of the wireless room thermostat simultane-
is no longer shown at the display. Operation is unlocked.
5s
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230 V Pump
N N L L
230 V
c/o out
01 02 03 04 05 06
07 08
%H
c/o in
eco
230 V
c/o in
/TB
L
24 V 24 V
out
Trafo
in
09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
N
CH 1
24V
24V
CH 2
24V
24V
CH 3
CH 4
24V
24V
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
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Fig. 45:
1
2
3
micro SD-Karte 2GB max. 4GB, min Class 4 bis Class 10
LAN connection, RJ-45
Active antenna connection, RJ-12
Slot for micro SD-card
► Disconnect power supply. Power LED off.
► Change SD-card.
► Reconnect power supply. Power LED on.
► The software update is automatically flashed into the micro controllers of
the wireless connection module with the integrated boot loader.
NOTE
For the proper function of the plant it is normally not necessary to update
the software.
However, if a plant extension is made some time after the installation and
commissioning of the first wireless connection module and for example a
second wireless connection module that should communicate with the
existing wireless connection module is added, then it is appropriate that
the software release of both wireless connection modules are the same.
As it is not possible to downgrade the software of the added wireless connection module, the software of the already installed wireless connection
module should be updated with the software release of the added wireless
connection module. The latest software release can be obtained at any
time from the Roth webpage. Please read the accompanying instructions
before executing the software update.
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8
8.1
Reset values to factory setting (reset)
Reset radio system to factory settings
With the following procedure the wireless room thermostat and the relevant
wireless connection module can be reset to factory settings.
► Reset all wireless room thermostats that are assigned to the wireless
connection module with parameter P-24, option "4" to factory settings.
→ See page 83, parameter description P-24, option "4".
► Press push buttons Master and System of the wireless connection module
simultaneously for 10 seconds.
► The LED Power of the wireless connection module goes off.
► The radio system is reset to factory settings as soon as the LED Power is
off.
8.2
Reset wireless connection module to factory setting
→ See parameter description P-24, page 83.
Reset values to factory
settings via wireless
connection module
► Press push buttons Master and System of the wireless connection module
simultaneously for 10 seconds.
► After a short time the LEDs Master and System blink 5 seconds.
► The LEDs Master and System blink fast another 5 seconds.
► At the wireless connection module "Master" the LEDs Master and System
go off.
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Parameter descriptions
The menu is divided in a user menu and a service menu. The user menu is
freely accessible. The service menu can only be entered through a service
code.
NOTE
9.1
Parameters can only be set by a wireless room thermostat at the same
time. Once an attempt is made to set parameters via another room thermostat at the same time, the display shows the following symbol .
Parameter overview
User menu
Parameter
Description
P-01
Set display in stand-by-mode: actual value or time.
P-02
Set setpoint for the minimal floor temperature.
(only for versions with integrated IR-sensor)
P-03
Set upper and lower limits for room temperature setpoint.
P-04
Change time programs.
P-05
Reset time programs to factory settings.
P-06
Set display for stand-by-mode. (max. battery saving mode)
P-07
Activate or deactivate sound of sensor button.
P-08
Show ID-number of wireless room thermostat
P-09
Show ID-number of wireless connection module
P-10
Function for sensor button
Parameter
Description
P-SE
Access only with service code, factory settings "1234"
P-21
Show software-version of wireless room thermostat
P-22
Show software-version of wireless connection module
P-23
Show actual status of wireless connection module and I/OBox
P-24
Reset parameter to factory settings.
parameterisation.
Service menu
P-20
General parameters
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Parameters for all wireless room thermostats
P-40
Parameters for individual
wireless room thermostats
P-50
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Parameter
Description
P-31
Set increment for room temperature setpoint adjustment.
P-32
Set temperature for frost protection function.
P-33
Set unit for temperature.
P-34
Set dead-zone for change-over between heating and cooling.
P-35
Change service code for service menu.
P-36
Change access code for public spaces.
P-37
Activate or deactivate "summer-/wintertime".
P-38
Deactivate or activate automatic time settings.
Parameter
Description
P-41
Set wall temperature correction of wireless room thermostat.
P-42
Set floor temperature correction of wireless room thermostat
with integrated IR-sensor.
P-43
Set maximum floor temperature of wireless room thermostat
with integrated IR-sensor.
P-44
Set reduction of room temperature for "Eco" function.
P-45
Activate or deactivate cooling lock and/or bypass, e.g. for a
heat pump.
P-46
Activate or deactivate "setpoint sharing within one zone"
P-47
Activate or deactivate lock for public spaces or hotels.
P-48
Activate or deactivate master function of a wireless room
thermostat.
Parameter
Description
P-51
Set priorities for change-over of heating/cooling and configure
output for heating/cooling or burner start.
P-52
Activate or deactivate "optimized time program".
P-53
Set wireless communication between the wireless connection
modules.
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P-60
Control parameters
9.2
Parameter
Description
P-61
Configure Eco or N/R input.
P-62
Configure C/O in-/TB-input.
P-63
Select control of pump "local" or "Master-wireless connection
module" (only with activated communication between wireless
connection modules).
P-64
Select NC or NO function of thermal actuators.
P-65
Select control algorithm.
P-66
Activate or deactivate function "optimized actuator control".
P-67
Select controlled first start-up of floor heating.
User menu
Enter user menu
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
► The display changes into operation mode. The room temperature setpoint
blinks.
► Press sensor button
shows P01.
5 seconds to enter the user menu. The display
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to confirm the parameter selection.
– Press sensor button
, to select parameter P02.
► Press sensor button
rameter.
or
, to change the settings of the selected pa-
► Select one of the following options:
to save the parameter change. The display
– Press sensor button
shows the next parameter Pxx.
– Press sensor button , to interrupt the procedure. The parameter
change is not saved. The display shows the actual selected parameter.
– If no sensor button is pressed, the wireless room thermostat returns into
stand-by mode after 1 minute. The changed parameter is not saved.
► To leave the user menu press sensor button . Any confirmed parameter
setting will be sent to the wireless connection module. The display shows
the operation mode.
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Parameter
P-01
Description
Set display in stand-by-mode.
•
Factory settings: room temperature
Operation
► Press sensor button
or , to select the displayed value change: room-, floor-,
outdoor temperature or time.
Floor and outdoor temperature are only available with certain versions and accessories.
► Press sensor button
to confirm selection. The display shows P-02.
Set setpoint for the minimal floor temperature.
P-02
IR
•
•
•
Factory settings: 15 °C
Setting range: 15…30 °C
Increment: 0.5 °C
Operation
P-03
► Press sensor button
or
► Press sensor button
to confirm the setpoint. The display shows P-03.
, to adjust the setpoint.
Set upper and lower limits for room temperature setpoint.
•
Factory settings:
– Maximal setpoint temperature: 30 °C
– Minimal setpoint temperature: 5 °C
Operation
P-04
► Press sensor button
. The display shows Hi30. (Hi: high).
► Press sensor button
or
, to set the upper limit.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows Lo05. (Lo: low).
► Press sensor button
or
► Press sensor button
to confirm the changed limits. The display shows P-04.
, to set the lower limit.
Change time programs.
Operation
→ See page 64, chapter 7.5.
P-05
Reset time programs to factory settings.
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► Press sensor button
. The display shows Pro1 for time program 1.
► Press sensor button
Pro3.
or
► Press sensor button
. The display shows no.
► Press sensor button
or
► Press sensor button
to confirm the selection. The display shows P-06.
, to select between time programs Pro1, Pro2 or
, to select between options no and yes.
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Parameter
Description
P-06
Set display for stand-by-mode. (max. battery saving mode)
To minimize battery consumption the display can be switched off in stand-by- mode.
Only the symbol "low battery" will be shown when applicable.
•
•
Factory settings: option "On"
Options
– On: normal, as defined with parameter P-01.
– Off: no symbols are shown (max. battery saving mode)
Operation
P-07
► Press sensor button
. The display shows shortly diSP and then On.
► Press sensor button
or
► Press sensor button
to confirm selection. The display shows P-07.
, to select option On or OFF.
Activate or deactivate sound of sensor button.
•
•
Factory settings: Option "On"
Options
– On: activate
– OFF: deactivate
Operation
P-08
► Press sensor button
. The display shows On.
► Press sensor button
or
► Press sensor button
to confirm selection. The display shows P-08.
, to select option On or OFF.
Show ID-number of wireless room thermostat.
This ID-Number is needed to configure a smart phone web-application!
Operation
P-09
► Press sensor button
. The display shows the ID-number.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows P-09.
Show ID-number of wireless connection module.
This ID-Number is needed to configure a smart phone web-application!
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. The display shows the ID-number.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows P-10.
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Parameter
Description
P-10
Use this parameter to specify the function of the sensor button
.
You may choose between the following functions:
● P-9H: Party function
● H-C: Direct switching heating/cooling
● Display of the floor temperature (for wireless room thermostats with IR only)
● Factory settings: Option "P-9H" (party function)
Push the sensor button
to activate the target value "Normal operation" for the set
duration of 0 to 9 hours at most at once (party function).
The function is displayed by a prefixed "P". For example, a current room temperature of 24.3 °C is displayed as P24.3 °C.
● Options
– Option "P-9H" (party function):
to activate the target value "Normal operation" for
Push the sensor button
the set duration of 0 to 9 hours at most at once.
The function is displayed by a prefixed "P". For example, a current room
temperature of 24.3 °C is displayed as P24.3 °C.
– Option "H-C": Direct switching between heating/cooling
This option is not available if option "2" has been chosen for parameter
"P-51".
Push the sensor button
for 2 seconds to switch between the cooling and
heating mode. The display shows COOL or HEAT. Confirm switching to the
other mode with the sensor button .
– Option "Display floor temperature"
This option is only available for wireless room thermostats with IR-sensor.
For this option, the display shows the floor temperature and the symbol .
The display switches to sleeping mode after 10 seconds.
Operation
Table 15:
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► Press the sensor button
. The display shows P-9H.
► Press the sensor button
or
► Press the sensor button
menu).
. The display shows P-SE (access to the service
to select an option.
User menu
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9.3.1
Service menu
Enter service menu
The service menu is protected with a service code. → This service code can
be changed with parameter P-36. → See parameter description P-36,
page 86.
P-SE
The wireless room thermostat is in stand-by mode.
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
► The display changes into operation mode. The room temperature setpoint
blinks.
► Press sensor button
shows P01.
5 seconds to enter the user menu. The display
► Press sensor button
repeatedly until the display shows P-SE.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0000.
and
to enter the service code. The factory set► Press sensor button
ting of the service code is 1234. Confirm each selected digit with sensor
button .
► If the service code is correct then the display shows P-20, otherwise the
display shows P-SE.
9.3.2
Select parameter group
► Press sensor button , to select parameter group P-20, P-30,
P-40, P-50 or P-60, e.g. P-30.
► Press sensor button , to confirm the selected parameter group P-30. The
display shows parameter P-31.
► Press sensor button , repeatedly to select a parameter of the parameter
e.g. twice. The display shows P-33.
group P-30. Press sensor button
► Select one of the following steps:
– Press sensor button
, to confirm selection.
– Press sensor button
. The display shows P-34.
► Press sensor button
rameter.
or
, to change the settings of the selected pa-
► Select one of the following steps:
– Press sensor button , to save the changed settings. The display
shows the next parameter Pxx.
– Press sensor button , to interrupt the procedure. Any changed settings are not saved. The display shows the actual selected parameter.
► Press sensor button , to leave the parameter group. The display shows
the next parameter group, here e.g. P-40.
► To leave the user menu press sensor button . Any confirmed parameter
setting will be sent to the wireless connection module. The display shows
the operation mode. The room temperature setpoint blinks.
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9.3.3
P-20 "General parameters"
For the following parameter descriptions the relevant parameter was already
selected. The display shows P-xx.
Parameter
Description
P-21
Show software-version of wireless room thermostat.
Operation
P-22
► Press sensor button
. The display shows the Software-Version.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows P-22.
Show software-version of wireless connection module
Operation
P-23
► Press sensor button
. The display shows the Software-Version.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows P-23.
Show actual status of wireless connection module and I/O-Box.
● Options
– 0: no errors detected.
– 1: Alarm wireless connection module, TB-input active
– 2: Alarm external signal I/O-Box
– 3: Error wireless connection module and I/O-Box
Operation
► Press sensor button . The display shows 0 if no error is detected. If an error is
are shown.
detected, then 1, 2 or 3 and the warning symbol
► Press sensor button
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. The display shows P-24.
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Parameter
Description
P-24
Reset parameter to factory settings.
Parameters are partly stored in the wireless connection module and partly in the
wireless room thermostat.
● Options
– 0: Not active, no reset will be executed.
– 1: Reset wireless connection module to factory settings. The addressing of
wireless room thermostat and wireless connection module will not be deleted.
– 2: Reset wireless connection module to factory settings. The addressing of
wireless room thermostats, wireless connection module and accessories will
be deleted.
– 3: Reset wireless room thermostat to factory settings. The addressing of a
wireless room thermostat or temperature sensor (sensor mode) will not be
deleted.
– 4: Reset wireless room thermostat to factory settings. The addressing of
wireless room thermostat or temperature sensor (sensor mode) will be deleted.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
► Press sensor button
. The display shows no.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select an option.
, to select between options no or yes.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-21.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
Table 16:
Service menu – P-20 "General parameter"
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9.3.4
P-30 "Parameters for all wireless room thermostats"
Any change of the following parameters will be transmitted to all wireless room
thermostats that are assigned to the wireless connection module.
It can take up to 10 minutes before all wireless room thermostats that are in
stand-by-mode have received the transmitted data. If the wireless room thermostat is manually changed from stand-by-mode to operation-mode, the new
data is immediately collected from the wireless connection module.
Parameter
P-31
Description
Set increment for room temperature setpoint adjustment.
● Factory settings: option "0"
● Options:
– 0: 0.5 K (1 F)
– 1: 0.1 K (0.2 F)
– 2: 0.2 K (0.5 F)
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 1 or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-32.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-32
Set temperature for frost protection function.
The frost protection function will be activated as soon as the measured room temperature is below the set frost protection temperature.
● Factory settings: 8.0 °C
● Setting range: 3…13 °C
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 8.0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to change the value.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-33.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Description
P-33
Set unit for temperature.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: °C
– 1: F
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 1.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-34.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-34
Set dead-zone for change-over between heating and cooling.
The dead-zone will be applied by the wireless connection module as soon as the
mode of operation changes over from heating to cooling and visa versa. The value
of the dead-zone will be added to the setpoint "heating". The dead-zone is incorporated in the displayed room temperature setpoint.
Calculation:
Setpoint "cooling" = Setpoint "heating" + dead-zone
Example:
Setpoint "heating" = 21°C (shown setpoint during heating)
Dead-zone = 2 K,
Result:
Setpoint "cooling" = 21 + 2 = 23°C. (shown setpoint during cooling)
NOTE
The value for the "dead-zone" may only be changed if the mode of operation is set
at "heating". If this value is set during "cooling", the value will be doubled!
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: 2 K
– 1: 4 K
– 2: 6 K
– 3: 0 K, dead-zone deactivated
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 1, 2, or 3.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-35.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Parameter
Description
P-35
Change service code for service menu.
● Factory settings: 1234
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 1234.
► Press sensor button
or , to change the service code. Confirm each selected
digit with sensor button .
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-36.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
NOTE
In order to avoid unwanted access to the service parameters, the service code
should be changed and safely documented by the installer.
P-36
Change access code for public spaces.
The access code for public spaces is independent from the service code protecting
the service menu. The access code is only active if parameter P-47 is activated.
● Factory settings: 1234
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 1234.
► Press sensor button
or , to change the access code. Confirm each selected
digit with sensor button .
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-37.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
NOTE
The access code has to be changed in order to avoid unwanted access.
P-37
Activate or deactivate "summer-/wintertime".
If time and date are synchronized through the LAN-connection, then the automatic
summertime / wintertime adaptation must be deactivated.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: activate
– 1: deactivate
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0 or 1.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-38.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Description
P-38
Deactivate or activate automatic time settings.
NOTE
Only for LAN- versions with active internet connection: The wireless connection
module can get the current time from the internet to keep the date and time up to
date.
● Factory settings: Option "0" for wireless connection modules with LAN-interface
● Options:
– 0: activate
– 1: deactivate
Operation
► Press the sensor button
. The display shows 1.
► Press the sensor button
or
to select the option 0 or 1.
► Perform one of the following steps:
– Press the sensor button
to save your change. The display shows the next
parameter P-31.
– Press the sensor button
to cancel the process. The display shows the se-
lected parameter again.
► Press the sensor button
. The display shows P-30.
Table 17:
Service menu –P-30 "Parameters for all wireless room thermostats"
9.3.5
P-40 "Parameters for individual wireless room thermostats"
Parameter
P-41
Description
Set wall temperature correction of wireless room thermostat.
The compensated temperature will be shown at the display as actual value.
● Factory settings: 0 K
● Setting range: –3…+3 K
● Increment: 0.1 K
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to change the value.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-42.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Description
P-42
Set floor temperature correction of wireless room thermostat with integrated IRsensor.
IR
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0, standard setting: suitable for wood floors
– 1, average compensation: suitable for plastic floorings
– 2, high compensation: suitable for ceramic floors
NOTE
● The specified settings apply at a room temperature of 22 °C.
● For dark floorings or if the room temperature is at approx. 25 °C, you need to
switch up the compensation factor one level for all floors except for ceramic
floors.
● No obstacles such as carpets, floorings or furniture must be placed in the measuring range of the IR sensor.
● Glossy floorings, e.g. due to sun irradiation, may cause measuring errors at the
IR sensor.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 1 or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-43.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
Set maximum floor temperature of wireless room thermostat with integrated IRsensor.
P-43
IR
This parameter avoids that the floor temperature exceeds a maximum temperature
level.
ATTENTION
This function is not designed as a safety limiter. Therefore any liability for damages
to the floor construction or plant components is expressly excluded. If a safety temperature limiter function is required then this has to be provided by an external
hardwired safety temperature limiter (STB).
● Factory settings: 35 °C
● Setting range: 26…35 °C
● Increment: 1 K
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 35.
► Press sensor button
or
, to change the value.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-44.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Description
P-44
Set reduction of room temperature for "Eco" function.
The frost protection function has a higher priority than the Eco function. → See parameter description P-32, page 84.
Independently of the set value, the reduced temperature cannot lower than 11 °C
and not higher than 21 °C. This limitation will be selected automatically.
● Factory settings: 3 K below the actual setpoint.
● Setting range: 0…+10 K
● Step size: 1 K
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 3.
► Press sensor button
or
, to change the value.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-45.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-45
Activate or deactivate cooling lock and/or by-pass, e.g. for a heat pump.
NOTE
● For applications that can lead to high temperatures, like solar heating, we strongly advise not to activate the function "By-pass heating" as the radio channel of
the "by-pass heating" is not closed by the alarm of the TB-input.
● When a heat pump is not equipped with a pressure overload by-pass, we advise
to configure one or more heating loops (depending on the minimum load requirements), as by-pass.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
The function is only activated for the channel(s) that are assigned to the wireless
room thermostat.
–
–
–
–
–
–
0: By-pass inactive, cooling lock inactive
1: By-pass "heating" active, cooling lock inactive
2: By-pass "cooling" active, cooling lock inactive
3: By-pass "heating" and by-pass "cooling" active, cooling lock inactive
4: By-pass inactive, cooling lock active
5: By-pass "heating" active, cooling lock active
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-46.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Description
P-46
Activate or deactivate "setpoint sharing within one zone".
→ Refer to also page 121, chapter 16.
Setpoint sharing is typically used for large rooms that have different temperature
profiles for different parts of the room. The room is divided into several heating
zones each with its own wireless room thermostat. Each heating zone will control
the part of the room according to its own control loop. However, all setpoints are the
same. A change of the setpoint at one wireless room thermostat initiates a change
of all relevant wireless room thermostats. All relevant room thermostats need to be
within one zone of the wireless connection module and enabled for setpoint sharing
by the settings of parameter P-46.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: deactivate
– 1: activate
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0 or 1.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-47.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-47
Activate or deactivate lock for public spaces or hotels.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: deactivate lock.
– 1: activate lock for public spaces.
All sensor buttons are locked. When pressing sensor button the access
code for public spaces is prompted. → See parameter description P-36,
page 86.
– 2: activate lock for hotels.
and
are locked. With senAll sensor buttons except for sensor buttons
sor buttons
and
it is possible to change the room temperature setpoint.
When pressing sensor button the access code for public spaces is
prompted. → See parameter description P-36, page 86.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0, 1 or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-48.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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P-48
Activate or deactivate master function of a wireless room thermostat.
One wireless room thermostat per wireless connection module or per tone can be
defined as master. With this master wireless room thermostat the modes of operation "Off (frost protection)", "reduced operation", "normal operation" and the time
programs can be changed for the complete plant.
Modes of operation can be changed locally with every wireless room thermostat.
However, if the mode of operation is changed with the master wireless room thermostat then all local modes of operation are overridden.
With parameter P-51 it is possible to provide any wireless room thermostat with the
priority to change also the mode "heating/cooling", either centrally or locally (but
valid for the entire plant). → See parameter description P-51, page 92.
The master function of a wireless room thermostat is permanently shown in the
display with 1 (left of the actual value).
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: deactivate
– 1: activate
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0 or 1.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-41.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
► Press sensor button
Table 18:
. The display shows P-40.
Service menu – P-40 "Parameters for individual wireless room thermostats"
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9.3.6
P-50 "Plant- and topology related parameter"
Parameter
Description
P-51
Set priorities for change-over of heating/cooling and configure output for heating/cooling or burner start.
ATTENTION
If communication between wireless connection modules has been selected, then the
settings of P-51 must be the same at all wireless connection modules with a wireless room thermostat. Otherwise the plant will not function properly.
If option "0" or "1" has been selected, then the heating/cooling unit performs the
master function and determines the heating/cooling mode. The mode of operation
for heating/cooling cannot be set by any wireless room thermostat nor be influenced
by the wireless connection module.
If option "2" has been selected, then the mode of operation for heating/cooling is
determined by any wireless room thermostat. The heating/cooling unit has no influence on the mode of operation for heating/cooling. In addition it is possible to set
one wireless room thermostat as master for heating/cooling. → See parameter description P-48, page 91.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: C/O-input and C/O-Output of the wireless connection module have priority.
– 1: Burner start and C/O-input of the wireless connection module have priority.
The C/O-Output is configured as burner start and switches off immediately
when heating demand is not required. In cooling mode this output is inactive.
– 2: The change-over between heating and cooling can only be done with the
wireless room thermostat. In cooling mode the C/O-Output of the wireless
connection module is active.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0, 1 or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-52.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-52
Activate or deactivate "optimized time program".
If the function "optimized time program" is activated then the time of switching point
"reduced to normal" shall be the time that the setpoint "normal operation" is
reached. Hence, the wireless connection module will calculate an early start of the
heating or cooling mode in order to do so.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: deactivated
– 1: activated
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Description
P-52 (continued)
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0 or 1.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-53.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-53
Set communication between the wireless connection modules.
Defines whether communication between the wireless connection modules is implemented wirelessly. Up to 5 wireless connection modules can be combined.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: Wireless communication active
– 1: No function
– 2: Communication between the wireless connection modules inactive
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0 or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-51.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
► Press sensor button
Table 19:
. The display shows P-50.
Service menu – P-50 "Plant- and topology related parameters"
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P-60 "Control parameters"
Parameter
Description
P-61
Configure Eco or N/R input.
With the Eco-input it is possible to override the actual mode of operation of all wireless room thermostats with an additional main switch or SMS-modem. Depending
on the selected option this function can either switch between "normal" and "reduced" or between "normal" and "frost protection (off)".
If the Eco-input is activated, then the display shows the symbol
.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: N/R-input is inactive. If at the wireless room thermostats a time program is
selected, then this time program has priority.
– 1: The Eco-input has the highest priority, switches to "reduced".
Eco-input active: time program wireless room thermostat deactivated,
mode of operation and setpoint can be changed.
Eco-input inactive: all functions of wireless room thermostat available,
including time program.
– 2: The Eco-input has the highest priority, switches to "reduced".
Eco-input active: time program wireless room thermostat deactivated,
mode of operation and setpoint can be changed.
Eco-input inactive: all functions of wireless room thermostat available,
excluding time program. Symbol
is fix.
– 3: The Eco-input has the highest priority, switches to "frost protection".
Eco-input active: time program wireless room thermostat deactivated,
mode of operation and setpoint can be changed.
Eco-input inactive: all functions of wireless room thermostat available,
including time program. Symbol
– 4: The Eco-input has the highest priority, switches to "frost protection".
Eco-input active: time program wireless room thermostat deactivated,
mode of operation and setpoint can be changed.
Eco-input inactive: all functions of wireless room thermostat available,
excluding time program. Symbol
is fix.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-62.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Description
P-62
Configure C/O in-/TB-input.
The TB-inputs detects a voltage between 24 V and 230 V.
● C/O in-/TB-input: As soon as a voltage is detected the mode of operation of the
wireless connection module is changed to cooling. If this wireless connection
module is addressed to other wireless connection modules, then this C/O signal
will be sent to the other wireless connection modules within 3 minutes. Please
note wiring diagram Fig. 34, page 45. Phase and neutral have to be connected
as defined in this diagram. Phase (L) and zero conductor (N) must not be
swapped.
● TB-input for temperature monitoring: When the maximum supply water temperature is reached, an external safety limiter will switch off the pump and transfers
this signal to the wireless connection module. Due to a primary pump or natural
circulation it is possible that water further circulates through the heating loops.
ATTENTION
The TB-input may not be used as safety temperature limiter.
NOTE
A radio channel configured as by-pass will not close when TB-input is activated.
● Factory settings: Option "2"
● Options
– 0: TB-input is configured as temperature monitor. When the input is activated
then the pump will be switched off immediately and all actuators are closed.
When activated the red LED lights at the wireless connection module and the
warning symbol is shown at the display of the wireless room thermostat.
– 1: TB-input is configured as temperature monitor. When the input is activated
then the pump will be not be switched off, but all actuators are closed. When
activated the red LED lights at the wireless connection module and the warning symbol is shown at the display of the wireless room thermostat.
– 2: The "C/O in"-Input is configured as change-over for heating and cooling
and as additional C/O-input. When this input is activated, then the wireless
connection module switches to cooling. The C/O-output is active.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0, 1, or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-63.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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P-63
Select control of pump "local" or "Master-wireless connection module".
This parameter can only be configured when several wireless connection modules
communicate wirelessly.
● Factory settings:
● Options
– 0: Pump output is configured as local pump. The pump will be switched on
only when heating or cooling demand is caused by one of the channels of by
the wireless connection module to which the pump is connected. The pump
will not be switched on when demand is caused by another wireless connection.
– 1: Only the pump output of the Master-wireless connection module is activated. When demand is caused by any channel ate any wireless connection
module then the pump connected to the Master wireless connection module
will be switched on.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0, 1, or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-64.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-64
Select NC or NO function of thermal actuators.
Option "NC" (normally closed) should be selected for thermal actuators that open
the valve when the actuator is connected to power. Option "NO" (normally open)
should be selected for thermal actuators that close the valve when the actuator is
connected to power.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options
– 0: normally closed NC
– 1: normally open NO
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select 0 or 1
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-65.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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P-65
Select control algorithm.
For efficient temperature control one can select between three control algorithms
and an optimized actuator control. For optimized actuator control see next parameter description P-66.
The following control algorithms can be selected: On/Off-control, PWM control for
heat pump in combination with surface heating with high inertia (slow systems) and
PWM control for surface heating with medium inertia (medium-lag systems) e.g.
convection with wall heating. To save energy the pump is released 2 minutes after
demand detection.
● Factory settings: 0
● Options:
– 0: On/Off-Control
The heating will be switched on when the deviation between actual value and
setpoint is larger than 0,5 K. The heating will be switched off when the deviation between actual value and setpoint is smaller than 0,5 K. On/Off-control is
ideal for floor heating systems with higher supply water temperatures. The after run time of the pump control is 5 minutes.
– 1: PWM-control with a period of 20 minutes.
This control mode is ideal for floor heating in combination with a heat pump
or with low supply water temperature. The after run time of the pump control
is 20 minutes.
– 2: PWM-control with a period of 12 minutes.
This control mode is ideal for wall heating and low supply water temperatures. The after run time of the pump control is 12 minutes.
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0, 1 or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-66.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
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Description
P-66
Activate or deactivate function "optimized actuator control".
The optimized actuator control is a specially developed actuator control that saves
energy. This control also replaces a quasi-proportional control.
At the start the thermal actuator will receive a 100% signal for a certain period. After
this heat up period the actuator receives pulse/pause signal that is depending on the
ambient temperature, configured with the options of this P-66. This control yields a
significant energy reduction.
NOTE
We recommend to deactivate the optimized actuator control at ambient temperatures below 10°C.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: deactivated, ambient temperature below 10 °C
– 1: activated, ambient temperature between ca. 10 °C and 25°C
– 2: activated, ambient temperature between ca. 25°C and 50°C
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to set option 0, 1 or 2.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-67.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
P-67
Select controlled first start-up of floor heating.
It is recommended to heat-up the floor slowly when a new floor heating system is
installed.
The heating up period takes 36 hours and is divided into three steps:
● First step of 12 hours with a setpoint of 7 °C
● Second step of 12 hours with a setpoint of 12 °C
● Third step of 12 hours with a setpoint of 15 °C
When the setpoint of the room temperature is reached, the valves will be closed.
● Factory settings: Option "0"
● Options:
– 0: deactivate start-up-mode.
– 1: activate start-up-mode.
When this parameter is selected this start-up-mode can only be deactivated
with the wireless room thermostat or by resetting the wireless connection
module. When power is interrupted the start-up-mode is stopped and will
continue after the power connection has been restored.
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Parameter
Description
P-67 (continued)
Operation
► Press sensor button
. The display shows 0.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option 0 or 1.
► Select one of the following options:
– Press sensor button
, to save the changed settings. The display shows the
next parameter P-61.
– Press sensor button
, to interrupt the procedure. The display shows the se-
lected parameter.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows P-60.
To stop the start-up-mode during execution or to deactivate before begin:
► Press any button on the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
► The display changes into operation mode. The setpoint blinks..
► Press sensor button . The display shows the remaining running time of the
start-up-mode. Press sensor button , to change to the standard display.
► Press sensor button , to reduce the remaining running time. The start-upmode is deactivated at 0 hours.
► Press sensor button
. The display shows no.
► Press sensor button
or
, to select option no or yes.
– Select option no, to continue the start-up-mode.
– Select option yes, to confirm the interruption of the start-up-mode.
► Press sensor button
Table 20:
. The display shows the standard display.
Service menu – P-60 "Control parameters"
10 Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning
Clean the wireless room thermostat with a lint-free, dry cloth. Do not use
abrasive or caustic cleaning agents.
Maintenance
The wireless connection module and the wireless room thermostat do not
require any maintenance.
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11 Troubleshooting
The following tables describe possible problems and measures to remedy.
Contact your installer for any issues, which cannot be resolved with to the
following description. See page 2.
11.1 Wireless connection module
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
To be executed by
LED "Fuse" blinks red.
The fuse has tripped. The
outputs are temporarily
deactivated for protection.
The wireless connection
module performs a test of
the channel outputs. This
process may take up to
5 minutes.
Wait until the LED "Fuse"
goes out or is permanently
lit red. If the LED is permanently lit red, see fault
"LED Fuse lights up red".
Electrician
LED "Fuse" lights up red.
At least one channel output
has an error pending. The
affected channels have
been deactivated and no
longer control the drives.
Observe NO/NC. The
LEDs of the affected channels flash doubly. The
unaffected channels continue to work.
Switch off the wireless
connection module. Check
the drive and wiring of the
terminals for short circuit.
Switch on the wireless
connection module again.
Electrician
LED CH blinks
No radio signal between
wireless room thermostat
and wireless connection
module
Address wireless room
thermostat to wireless
connection module.
Professional
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Problem
bAtt
Possible cause
Remedy
To be executed by
Battery almost empty.
Replace batteries.
User
Battery critically low. Radio
connection between wireless room thermostat and
wireless connection module is no longer guaranteed.
Replace batteries immediately.
User
The assigned channel has
been deactivated.
The fuse in the wireless
connection module has
tripped.
→ See page 100, chapter 11.1.
Electrician
Power failure at the wireless connection module
Restore power supply.
Electrician
Power failure wireless
connection module
Restore power supply.
Electrician
Battery too weak
Replace batteries
User
IR-Sensor broken
Replace wireless room
thermostat with IR-sensor.
Professional
Synchronisation with controller failed
Open wireless room thermostat, remove battery,
insert battery after 30 s
according to instructions.
User
Dew-point exceeded.
Check supply water temperature of cooling unit. If
possible increase supply
water temperature.
Professional
Another wireless room
thermostat is in the user or
service menu.
Set one of the wireless
room thermostats into
sleeping mode by pressing
the sensor button .
Professional
→ See also page 32, open
wireless room thermostat.
→ Also see page 100,
chapter 11.1.
Err1/Err2
No radio signal between
the wireless room thermostat and the wireless connection module for at least
30 minutes.
→ Also see page 102,
chapter 11.2.1.
NOTE
Err1: Wireless room
thermostat
Err2: Wireless temperature
sensor
Err3
Changed parameters cannot be saved
Err4
IR-Sensor defect
Err8
Synchronisation with wireless connection module
Short-time display
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Procedure for
Err1 or
Err2
Once the display shows " Err1" or " Err2", the wireless room thermostat
can no longer be assigned to a wireless connection module.
► Press the sensor buttons
10 seconds.
and
of the wireless room thermostat for
► After 5 seconds, the display " Err 1" or " Err2" goes out. The display
shows the flashing symbols "– – – –" and "Reset".
► A query appears after 10 seconds. Select the option yes to reset the
wireless room thermostat to factory settings. Select the options no to cancel the process.
We recommend that you perform one of the following steps after resetting the
wireless room thermostat to factory settings:
► Delete the associated channel at the wireless connection module.
► Perform a complete reset for the wireless connection module.
11.2.2
Procedure when "radio signal lost"
► Resolve problem according to page 101, Table 22.
► Execute following steps:
– Press any sensor button of the wireless room thermostat for 2 seconds.
The display changes to operation mode.
– Wait until all wireless room thermostats have rebuilt the connection with
the wireless connection module. This procedure takes at least one hour
after power supply has been restored.
11.2.3
Replace batteries of wireless room thermostat
NOTE
Use high quality alkaline batteries with a long lifetime in order to enjoy long
and problem free operation of the wireless room thermostat.
During battery replacement addressing and parameter settings remain stored.
The radio connection and parameter settings are restored within 10 minutes
after battery replacement.
► Open wireless room thermostat. → See also page 27
► Replace batteries. Dispose batteries environmental friendly!
► Close wireless room thermostat. → See also page 33, Fig. 16.
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Interference/Display
Possible cause
Measure
To be performed by
LED flashes continually
Battery too weak
Exchange batteries.
Operator
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11.4 FAQs
FAQ
Note
The setpoint temperature cannot be
set. The sensor buttons
and
do
not react.
Check if the operating mode "Normal operation" has been selected. The
setpoint temperature cannot be set in the operating modes "Off (frost protection)" and "Reduced operation". → See page 62, Kapitel 7.4.
The setpoint temperature cannot be
set to the desired value.
The setting range is limited. → See page 78, parameter description P-03.
The wireless room thermostat shows
only SENS and does not react any
longer.
The sensor mode is active.
Time and date is requested for every
wireless room thermostat that is
addressed.
During addressing of wireless room thermostats to a new connection module
the input of time and date is prompted. This input can be skipped, however,
with every next wireless room thermostat that is added the time and date
prompt will pop-up until time and date are set. → See page 64, chapter 7.5.
Sensor buttons of the wireless room
thermostat do not function properly.
Remove and replace the batteries. The wireless room thermostat executes a
calibration of the sensor buttons automatically. Do not touch the sensor buttons during calibration. Alternatively, one can wait for 4 minutes until the next
regular calibration has been executed. During this 4 minutes period the sensor buttons my not be touched.
Is it possible to show other values at
the display than the room temperature?
Time or temperature can be selected.
→ See parameter description P-01, page 78.
Is it possible to deactivate the display?
Deactivate the display with parameter P-06, option "1".
→ See parameter description P-06, page 79.
How to correct the addressing of a
wireless room thermostat?
It is possible to directly address a wrongly addressed wireless room thermostat to another channel. However, we recommend to delete the first connection before addressing to the new channel.
● Press the wireless room thermostat sensor buttons
and
simultane-
ously for 10 seconds.
→ See page 55, chapter 7.1.5 and page 52, chapter 7.1.1.
How to find out which channels are
already assigned to a zone?
Press the button Zone of wireless connection module once, twice, or three
times. Each time the LEDs of the channels those are assigned to a zone light.
→ See page 59, chapter 7.2.
Is information lost during replacement of batteries?
Information is not lost during replacement of the batteries. Date is stored at
the wireless connection module.
The pump does not switch off.
● One or more radio channels are configured as "by-pass".
● The wireless room thermostat is addressed to another channel.
● The wireless room thermostat is in emergency mode. No information is
sent anymore. Press the relevant channel button on the wireless connection for 10 seconds. The corresponding LED goes off.
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Note
The LED CH is not lit when the target
value is set after addressing or commissioning.
● Check if addressing was performed correctly. → See page 55, chapter
7.1.4.
● If the LED CH at the wireless connection module flashes, perform addressing again. → See page 51, chapter 7.1.
The temperature does not increase in
heating mode.
● Check the operating mode. The operating mode "Off (frost protection)"
may have been selected.
● Check the frost protection temperature set. → See page 84, parameter
description P-32.
The temperature does not drop in
cooling mode.
Cooling has been switched off.
The display of the wireless room
thermostat shows Err1.
The distance from the wireless connection module is too big. The radio connection has been lost. The display shows Err1 until the radio connection is
established automatically. This process may take up to 30 minutes.
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11.5 Tips and tricks
Application
Description
Wall heating with "by-pass"-function
When using the system for wall heating we recommend not to use the "bypass-function" of the wireless connection module, but to realize this with special piping and separate valve.
Transfer of C/O-Signal
In case that the C/O signal between wireless connection modules is wired, we
advise to connect the C/O output of the master wireless connection module to
the C/O-input of the slave wireless connection module. If this C/O-signal is
wired parallel with further wireless connection modules, then polarity of the
wiring has to be correct.
Floor heating temperature monitoring.
At cooling the min. of the min / max configuration may not be used as dewpoint monitor.
Table 25:
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12 Waste disposal
ATTENTION
Danger to the environment through improper disposal!
Improper disposal of the wireless room thermostat, the wireless connection modules or accessories may cause damage to the environment.
– Do not dispose batteries with household waste.
– Do not dispose the wireless connection module and the wireless room
thermostat with household waste.
– Dispose the wireless connection modules and wireless room thermostat
in accordance with the appropriate country-specific regulations.
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13 Accessories
13.1 External antenna
To improve the transmission of a wireless connection module, e.g. when the
wireless connection module is installed in a metal cabinet, an external antenna can be installed. → See page 23, Fig. 5.
B12260
The external does not require any external power supply. It is provided via the
included communication cable from the wireless connection module. A communication cable with a length of five meters and an RJ12 plug on either end
is included in the delivery.
Fig. 46: External antenna
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is connected to the wireless connection module via the mains cable, the
internal antenna of the wireless connection module is deactivated and the
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13.2 External Repeater
If a radio connection between the wireless connection module and wireless
room thermostat or between the wireless connection modules cannot be
achieved, you may use an external repeater. This leads to a larger range
between the wireless connection modules.
Function
You can use at most one repeater per wireless room thermostat network.
→ For the room thermostat network, see chapter 13.2.2. → For system networks, see chapters 7.1.7 and 13.2.4.
The distance between the external repeater and a wireless connection
module must not exceed 30 m.
NOTE
Fig. 47:
Scope of delivery
Push button and LEDs
Fig. 48:
1
2
3
4
NOTE
106
4
B12300
1
2
3
External repeater
Red LED: Radio connection with the wireless connection module no longer
present
Yellow LED: Display radio connection
Green LED: Display voltage supply
Push button for addressing
If the radio connection has been lost, all LEDs at the external repeater are
lit.
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Install the external repeater
► Place the external repeater between the wireless connection module and
wireless room thermostat.
► Open the housing with a flat-tip screwdriver.
Fig. 49:
Open housing
► Route the line of the plug-in mains unit into the housing from behind.
► Install the repeater.
Fig. 50:
Install repeater
► Connect the cable to the external repeater.
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► Close the cover of the external repeater.
Fig. 52:
Close the housing
► Push the plug-in mains adapter into a socket. Once the external repeater is
supplied with power, the green LED will light up.
13.2.2
Assign the external repeater to a wireless room thermostat
Within a radio room operating network, an external repeater has to be assigned to only one wireless room thermostat. The other wireless room thermostats are usually recognised automatically by the external repeater. If a
wireless room thermostat has a radio connection to the wireless connection
module via an external repeater, the room thermostat always radios via the
external repeater, even if the wireless room thermostat would reach the wireless connection module without the external repeater.
Once an external repeater is no longer in operation, e.g. from interruption of
the voltage supply, the associated wireless room thermostats automatically try
to establish a radio connection to the wireless connection module after
30 minutes. The display shows Err1. If the direct radio connection to the
wireless connection module can be created, the external repeater addressing
is deleted. If the radio connection is to be via the external repeater again, you
need to assign the external repeater to a wireless room thermostat again.
→ For the display Err1, see page 103, chapter 11.4.
Assign an
external repeater
The wireless room thermostat is already installed at the final site.
The repeater is installed and supplied with power. The green LED lights up at
the external repeater.
The display of the wireless room thermostat shows the symbols "– – – –".
Since the distance to the wireless connection module is too far, the wireless
room thermostat cannot be assigned to the wireless connection module. The
wireless room thermostat is to be assigned to the radio channel CH 1.
► Press the push button CH 1 at the wireless connection module. The corresponding LED CH 1 blinks.
► Press the push button at the external repeater for 5 seconds. The green
LED at the external repeater blinks.
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► Press the sensor buttons
and
of the wireless room thermostat simultaneously for 5 seconds. The green and yellow LEDs on the external repeater light up. The LED CH 1 at the wireless connection module stops
blinking.
The display of the wireless room thermostat is activated (operation mode).
The symbol is displayed.
The wireless room thermostat is assigned to radio channel CH 1 via the
repeater.
13.2.3
Test the external repeater's radio connection
Perform the following steps to find out whether the radio connection to the
wireless connection module is running via the external repeater and whether
the wireless connection module and the wireless room thermostat are assigned correctly.
► The display of the wireless room thermostat shows the symbol
room thermostat is assigned to a wireless connection module.
. The
of the room thermostat for 5 seconds
► Press the sensor buttons and
simultaneously. The display of the wireless room thermostat shows "Pair" –
"Test" as long as the LED of the wireless connection module is lit. The yellow LED at the external repeater goes out and the green LED blinks quickly.
► On the wireless connection module the LED of the assigned channel is lit.
If the wireless room thermostat is assigned to more than one channel then
all assigned channel LEDs are lit.
► The LED goes out or the LEDs go out after 5 seconds.
The addressing has been tested.
NOTE
If the green LED blinks quickly at the external repeater during the test,
there is a proper wireless connection from the wireless room thermostat to
the wireless connection module via the external repeater.
If the green LED at the external repeater is lit during the test, there is direct
wireless connection between the wireless room thermostat and the wireless connection module. The wireless room thermostat is in range of the
wireless connection module.
13.2.4
Delete the external repeater's radio connection
► Press the push button at the external repeater for 10 seconds.
► After a short time, the yellow LED goes out. The green LED starts to blink.
After another 5 seconds, all LEDs will blink.
► Delete all LEDs at the external repeater The green LED lights up again
after a moment.
The addressing is deleted. You may re-address the external repeater.
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13.2.5
Assign the external repeater to a wireless connection module
The system comprises a wireless connection module "Master" and up to four
wireless connection modules "Slave". Since the distance is too far, the wireless connection modules "Slave" cannot be assigned to the wireless connection module "Master".
The external repeater is installed between the wireless connection module
"Master" and the wireless connection module "Slave". The repeater is installed
and supplied with power. The green LED lights up at the external repeater.
The distance between the external repeater and a wireless connection module
must not exceed 30 m.
► Press push button System of the wireless connection module "Master"
until the LED System blinks.
► Press the push button at the external repeater for 5 seconds. The green
LED at the repeater blinks.
► Press push button System of the wireless connection module "Slave" until
the LED System blinks. The green and yellow LEDs on the external repeater light up.
► At successful addressing:
– the LED System of the wireless connection module "Slave" lights up.
– the LED System of the wireless connection module "Master" changes
from blinking to off.
– the LED System of the wireless connection module "Master" lights up
as soon as the first communication with the wireless connection module
"Slave" has been built up.
NOTE
13.2.6
If the red LED starts to flash during addressing, the wireless connection
module will not respond. The distance between repeater and wireless connection module may be too large.
Test addressing of the wireless connection modules "Slave" and
"Master"
If the LED System is lit on the wireless connection modules "Slave" and
"Master" each, the wireless connection module "Slave" is assigned to a wireless connection module "Master". If the LED System is not lit, this wireless
connection module is too far away from the external repeater.
NOTE
110
No further tests are required. If required, check the addressing by installing
a jumper across terminals 17 and 18 (C/O input) at the wireless connection
module "Master". The wireless connection module "Master" will switch to
cooling mode and forward the signal to the wireless connection module
"Slave". After no more than 3 minutes, the LED "Cool" will light up blue.
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Check external repeater assignment
Perform the following step to check if an external repeater is assigned to a
room operating network or a system network.
► Press the push button at the external repeater briefly.
– If the green LED is lit, the external repeater is connected to the room
operating network.
– If the yellow LED is lit, the external repeater is connected to the system
network.
13.2.8
No radio connection with the external repeater – procedure
If all LEDs light up at the external repeater, the connection with the wireless
connection module has been lost. Check the following items:
● Is the wireless connection module supplied with voltage? The green LED
"Power" must be lit at the wireless connection module.
● Is the fuse of the wireless connection module OK? A tripped fuse is displayed by the red LED at the wireless connection module.
● For system networks: Was a reset performed via the "Master" radio control? The LED "Master" is not lit at a reset.
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external repeater and wireless connection module or due to interferences
like metal, etc. We recommend that the external repeater be placed closer
to the wireless connection module or to remove interferences.
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13.2.9
Deactivate LEDs at the external repeater
If you are bothered by the LEDs being lit, you can switch off the LEDs as
follows.
► Remove the covers of the external repeater.
► There is a push button in the upper area of the PCB. Keep this push button
pressed for 5 seconds. The LEDs go out.
► Install the cover of the external repeater.
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14 Technical data
14.1 Radio system
Radio frequency
868 MHz (coded)
Transmission rate
50 kbit/s
Direction
Bidirectional
Reach
● 40 m in "normal housings" or detached houses, depending on environment
● 200 to 300 m in free field, depending on obstacles, surfaces, local
disturbances
Standards
Radio
● EN 300220
● ETSI EN 300220-2 (v3.1.1)
● ETSI EN 300220-1 (v3.1.1)
Power reserve internal timer
24 hours after the complete charging time of 6 hours
14.2 Wireless connection module
14.2.1
Construction and dimensions
52
225
290
4 Channel
8 Channel
74
355
230 V / 24 V
12 Channel
M11474a
78
Fig. 53:
Dimensions wireless connection module with transformer (all dimensions in mm)
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Dimensions(width x height x depth)
Dimensions connection module without
transformer
●
●
●
●
4-channel: 225 mm x 74 mm x 52 mm
8-channel: 290 mm x 74 mm x 52 mm
12-channel: 355 mm x 74 mm x 52 mm
Transformer: 78 mm x 74 mm x 52 mm
Weight incl. transformer
● 4-channel: 1.3 kg
● 8- channel: 1.5 kg
● 12- channel: 1.7 kg
Cable retention
Meander shape
Monitoring
LEDs
14.2.2
Electrical connections
Power supply wireless connection
module
24 V AC ± 15% via separate 230 V/24 V 50/60 Hz transformer
Fuse
Internal, self-resetting (not exchangeable)
Power source 24 V
External transformer with cable 230 V AC
Power consumption at 24 V, transformer
included, without thermal actuators,
4-, 8- or 12-channel version
2.6 W
Power consumption in operation
● 4-channel: max. 27 W
● 8-channel: max. 40 W
● 12-channel: max. 60 W
Power consumption is depending on the number of actuator that is
connected.
Max. current at stand-by
200 mA / 250 mA
Max. number of thermal actuators
● 4-channel: 6 (2 channels / 2 actuators, 2 channels / 1 actuator)
● 8-channel: 12 (4 channels / 2 actuators, 4 channels / 1 actuator)
● 12-channel: 18 (6 channels / 2 actuators, 6 channels / 1 actuator)
Protection class
II (EN60730)
14.2.3
Inputs
C/O 1)
Contact recognition, low voltage from wireless connection module
Eco (N/R)
Contact recognition, low voltage from wireless connection module
Dew-point monitoring
C/O in-/TB-input
1)
1)
Contact recognition, low voltage from wireless connection module
General input 24 to 230 V
1) Only for wireless connection modules with LAN
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Outputs
Max. number of thermal actuators
● 4-channel: 6 (2 channels / 2 actuators, 2 channels / 1 actuator)
● 8-channel: 12 (4 channels / 2 actuators, 4 channels / 1 actuator)
● 12-channel: 18 (6 channels / 2 actuators, 6 channels / 1 actuator)
Maximum current per channel
● 250 mA
Outputs for thermal actuators
●
●
●
●
24 V Triac-outputs
NO (normally open) / NC (normally closed), configurable
PWM- or On/Off-control
Shortcut protected
Configurable output for C/O or burner
start
● 230 V / 2.5 (1) A
● Potential free
● Without time delay and after-run time
Relays for pump output
●
●
●
●
Output 24 V AC
14.2.5
230 V / 2.5 (1) A
Potential free
2 min delay
5 min after-run time
● 24 V / 100 mA
Radio power data
Data transmission
● Room control network: max. 10 min
● System network: max. 3 min
Transmission power
< 13 mW
14.2.6
Environmental conditions
Ambient temperature
0 to +55 °C
Ambient humidity
5 to 80 % r.F.
Storing and transport temperature
–25 to +60 °C
Ingress protection (IP Code)
IP 20 (EN 60529)
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14.3 Wireless room thermostat with display
14.3.1
Construction and dimensions
21
21
61
117
4
19.5
M11475a
65
Fig. 54:
Dimensions wireless room thermostat with display (all dimensions in mm)
Dimensions(width x height x depth)
65 mm x 117 mm x 19.5 mm
Weight
110 g
Display
● TFT LCD, black on grey, 76 Symbols
● Dimensions: 32 mm x 38 mm
14.3.2
Power supply – Battery
Battery
2 x 1.5 V AAA
Battery lifetime
> 1.5 years
Protection class
III (EN 60730)
14.3.3
Power supply – 230 V AC
Power supply
230 V AC ± 10 %
Power consumption in operation
1.7 VA
Power consumption Stand-by
0.13 W
Fuse
Internal, self-resetting (not exchangeable)
Protection class
II (EN 60730)
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14.3.4
Performance data
Setting range setpoint
+5 to +30 °C
Accuracy (resolution)
±0,1 K/±0,5 K
Cycle time
Ca. 10 min
Dead-time
Ca. 50 s
Transmission interval
● 1 … 10 min
● 1 min after change of setpoint or mode of operation
● 10 min for transmission of / 2 … 10 min
Transmitter output
● ≤ 12 mW
Activation time (wake-up time)
<2s
Max. forced refresh time of data wireless
connection module
10 s
Sleeping mode
● Without operation: after max. 5 s
● After programming at user level: 30 s
● After programming at service level: 20 min
14.3.5
Environmental conditions
Ambient temperature
0 to +55 °C
Ambient humidity
5 to 80 % r.F.
Storing and transport temperature
–25 to +60 °C
Ingress protection (IP Code)
IP 20 (EN 60529)
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14.4.1
Construction and dimensions
87
60
60
20
20
5
30
84
Fig. 55:
Dimensions wireless room thermostat without display
(all dimensions in mm)
Dimensions(width x height x depth)
84 mm x 87 mm x 20 mm
Weight
150 g
Sensor
NTC
14.4.2
Power supply – Battery
Battery
2 x 1.5 V AAA
Battery lifetime
> 1.5 years
Fuse
2 A T (Type ELU 179120, manufacturer Siba)
Protection class
III (EN 60730)
14.4.3
Performance data
Setting range setpoint
+5…+30 °C
Accuracy (resolution)
±0.2 K / max. ±0.5 K
Transmission interval
● In operation: approx. every 10 min
● When pushing the rotary knob: approx. 5 s
Frost protection
8 °C
14.4.4
Environmental conditions
Ambient temperature
0…+55 °C
Ambient humidity
5…80 % r.F.
Storing and transport temperature
–25…+60 °C
Ingress protection (IP Code)
IP 20 (EN 60529)
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15 Menu structure
Stand-bymode
10 s time-out
(changed value
is saved)
Operation mode
(save point)
10 s time-out
(changed value
is NOT saved)
Operation mode
Any button 2 s
(only one button)
Save value
Change mode of operation
Operation mode
<5s
Save value
Save value
Change setpoint
Operation mode
<5s
Change setpoint
with one step
Save value
Change time and date
Operation mode
hh:mm
>5s
Change hours
YYYY
Change year
DD:MM
Change month
DD:MM
Change day
Save value
Fig. 56:
Change minutes
B12261
hh:mm
Menu structure operation
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20 min Time-out
Stand-bymode
1 min Time-out
Any button 2 s
(only one button)
Operation mode
User menu
P-01
>5s
P-01
Change value
Save value
P-02
P-SE
P-01
Enter
service code
Service menu
Service menu
P-20
P-21
P-30
P-2x
P-24
P-01
P-40
Change value
P-50
Save value
P-25
P-2x
P-29
Fig. 57:
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P-60
Menu structure parameter settings for user and service level
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16 Plant examples and communication
16.1 Plant examples with one wireless connection module
CH 1
Fig. 58:
3
2
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
B12263a
1
Radio channel group with equal priority
1 Radio channel group 1
2 Radio channel group 2
3 Single addressing
CH 1…CH 8: radio-channels
2
CH 1
Fig. 59:
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
3
SENS
SENS
SENS
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
B12264a
1
Radio channel groups with equal priority and average temperature building
1 Radio channel group 1
2 Radio channel group 2 with average temperature building
3 Single addressing
CH 1…CH 8: radio-channels
SENS: wireless room thermostat Sensor mode, → see page 53, chapter 53.
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1
SENS
P-46
CH 1
Fig. 60:
CH 2
CH 3
P-46
CH 4
CH 5
P-46
CH 6
P-46
CH 7
CH 8
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3
Radio channel groups with zone building
1 Zone 1 with average temperature building
2 Zone 2 with setpoint sharing
3 Zone 3
CH 1…CH 8: radio-channels
Setpoint sharing → see page 90, parameter P-46.
1
P-46
CH 1
Fig. 61:
4
3
P-46
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
P-46
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
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Setpoint sharing for all wireless room thermostat within one zone
1 Zone 1 with setpoint sharing
2 Radio channel group 1
3 Radio channel group 2
4 Single addressing
CH 1…CH 8: radio-channels
Setpoint sharing, → see page 90, parameter P-46.
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CH 1
Fig. 62:
3
2
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
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Wireless room thermostat as "Master" for changing mode of operation
– Wireless room thermostat as "Master" with own zone.
1 Zone 1 Wireless room thermostat as "Master"
2 Zone 2
3 Zone 3
CH 1…CH 8: radio-channels
Master function → see page 91, parameter P-48.
CH 1
Fig. 63:
CH 2
4
3
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
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1
Wireless room thermostat as "Master" for mode of operation
– wireless room thermostat outside the zones
1 Wireless room thermostat as "Master", outside the zones
2 Zone 1
3 Zone 2
4 Zone 3
CH 1…CH 8: radio-channels
Master function → see page 91, parameter P-48.
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7
9
8
C
Slave
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
4
SENS
CH 6
CH 7
5
CH 8
6
SENS
P-46
P-46
P-46
P-46
B
Slave
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
1
CH 5
CH 6
2
CH 7
CH 8
3
Master
Fig. 64:
124
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
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Example with three wireless connection modules
A
1
2
3
Basement
Zone 1, basement
Zone 2, basement
Single addressing
C
7
8
9
B
4
5
6
1. Floor
Zone 1 with average temp. building
Zone 2 with setpoint sharing
Zone 3
CH 1…CH 8: radio-channels
2. Floor
Radio channel group 1
Radio channel group 2
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Index
A
Cleaning ..............................................................99
Accessories
Code
External antenna ......................................... 105
Access code public spaces (P-36) ................86
External repeater ......................................... 106
Service menu (P-35) ......................................86
Type designation ........................................... 17
Commissioning ...................................................51
Addressing .......................................................... 51
Set time and date ..........................................64
Delete ............................................................ 55
Communication .................................................121
Delete addressing between
wireless connection modules ........................ 56
Configure C/O in-/TB input .................................95
Different combinations of addressing ............ 51
Connect transformator ........................................43
One thermostat to one channel ..................... 52
Connect wires .....................................................42
One thermostat to several channels ............. 52
Connection
Connect pump ....................................................44
Sequence of addressing................................ 52
LAN ................................................................49
Several thermostats to one channel .............. 53
Connection diagram............................................40
Test................................................................ 55
Wirelessconnection module with LAN ...........40
Test addressing between
wireless connection modules ........................ 56
Wirelessconnection module without LAN ......41
Tip – more than 20 room devices? ................ 51
Wireless connection modules to each other . 56
Antenna ............................................................ 105
Anti-blocking function ......................................... 21
Area of application .............................................. 13
B
bAtt ................................................................... 101
Batteries
Replace ....................................................... 102
Batteries insertion
Wireless room thermostat with display .......... 33
Burner start output
Electrical connections.................................... 47
By-pass heat pump (P-45).................................. 89
C
C/O-input ...................................................... 45, 48
C/O-output
Electrical connections.................................... 47
C/O-signal ........................................................... 45
Change setpoints................................................ 61
Changes ............................................................. 14
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Central plant devices to master .....................57
Cooling lock (P-45) .............................................89
Cooling mode ......................................................21
Copyrights ...........................................................12
Customer service ................................................12
D
Date
Set time and date ..........................................64
Dead-zone heating/cooling (P-34) ......................85
Delete
Channel from zone ........................................60
Zones .............................................................60
Design
Wireless connection module with LAN ..........18
Wireless connection module without LAN .....19
Wireless room thermostat..............................20
Dew-point input ...................................................48
Direct switching heating/cooling .........................72
Display
Wireless room thermostat..............................28
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Display elements
Parameter P-10............................................. 80
Wireless room thermostat with display ......... 26
Wireless room thermostat without display .... 29
Specify duration ............................................ 72
H
E
Health hazards ................................................... 15
eco-indicator ...................................................... 71
Heat pump.................................................... 45, 48
eco–indicator
Hinweis
Energy efficiency .......................................... 71
Abmessungen ............................................... 30
Eco-input ............................................................ 47
Hotel function (P-47) .......................................... 90
Electrical connections ........................................ 38
I
Burner start output ........................................ 47
Identification ....................................................... 16
C/O-output .................................................... 47
ID-number
Connect wires ............................................... 42
Wireless connection module (P-09) .............. 79
Heat pump .............................................. 45, 48
Wireless room thermostat (P-08) .................. 79
Pump ............................................................ 44
Improper use ...................................................... 14
Thermal actuators ......................................... 44
Increment room temperature setpoint (P-31)..... 84
Transformer .................................................. 43
Insert batteries
Wireless room thermostat
230 V version .......................................... 36, 37
Wireless room thermostat without display .... 35
Installation
Electricians......................................................... 15
Wireless connection module ......................... 30
Emergency mode ......................................... 11, 21
Wireless room thermostat ............................. 31
Energy efficiency
Wireless room thermostat 230 V-version ..... 36
eco-indicator ................................................. 71
Wireless room thermostat with display ......... 32
Measures to increase energy efficiency ....... 71
Wireless room thermostat without display .... 34
Energy saving mode .......................................... 21
Intended use ...................................................... 14
Err1 .......................................................... 101, 102
Internal system grid repeater ............................. 57
Err2 .......................................................... 101, 102
Activate ......................................................... 57
Err3 .................................................................. 101
Activate the system network summary ......... 58
Err4 .................................................................. 101
Err8 .................................................................. 101
Explanation of symbols ...................................... 10
F
Deactivate ..................................................... 57
L
LAN connection .................................................. 49
LED
FAQs ................................................................ 103
Wireless room thermostat without display .... 29
First start-up of floor heating (P-67) ................... 98
LED description .................................................. 24
Floor temperature control with IR ...................... 22
LEDs
Floor temperature correction (P-42) .................. 88
Wireless connection module ......................... 23
Frost protection temperature (P-32) .................. 84
Limitation of liability ............................................ 11
Function ............................................................. 20
Lock operation
Function button
Function ........................................................ 71
Wireless room thermostat ............................. 72
Lost radio connection ......................................... 55
Function parameterisation ............................ 71
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Maintenance ....................................................... 99
Function test radio connection between
connection modules .......................................56
Master wireless room thermostat (P-48) ............ 91
How to detect that no zones are built ............60
Material numbers
Inactive sensor buttons in sensor mode ........54
Dew-point monitor ......................................... 48
Information regarding software updates ........73
Wireless connection module ......................... 16
Intellectual property rights .............................12
Wireless room thermostat ............................. 17
Limitation 24V output voltage ........................43
Max. floor temperature (P-43) ............................ 88
Lost radio connection ....................................55
Menu structure .................................................. 119
Manual override of time programs .................63
Operation ..................................................... 119
Maximum repeater distance ........................106
Parameter setting user and service level .... 120
Meaning of OFF during
programming time programs ...................65, 69
Mode of operation
More than 20 room devices? .........................51
Select............................................................. 62
Modifications ....................................................... 14
No by-pass for systems with possible
high temperatures ..........................................89
Monitoring elements
No more than one repeater per network .......57
Wireless connection module ......................... 23
Operating mode Off (frost protection) ............63
N
PowerLAN......................................................30
N/R input
Repeater all LEDs .......................................106
Configure (P-61) ............................................ 94
Repeater red LED ........................................110
Name plate ......................................................... 16
Repeater wireless connection modules
Slave and Master .........................................110
NC actuators
Repeater, test radio connection ..................109
Select (P-64).................................................. 96
Repeater, yellow LED blinkes......................111
NO actuators
Rules for removing switched-on periodes .....70
Select (P-64).................................................. 96
Sequence addressing channels ....................52
Note
Sequence of switching points ........................67
Repeater green LED ................................... 109
Set master before assigning thermostats ......56
Notes
Slave to be defined
as system network repeater ..........................57
Accredited countries ...................................... 13
Address thermostats before building zones .. 59
TB input does not protect
by-pass channels ...........................................95
Antenna addressing .................................... 105
Central plant devices connected
to master connection module ........................ 57
Change dead-zone during heating only ........ 85
Change heating/cooling
with room thermostat ..................................... 63
Deactivate optimized actuator control
below 10 °C ................................................... 98
Deactivation of
system network combination ......................... 58
Display value setpoint reduced ..................... 66
Efficient support ............................................. 12
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Use high quality alkaline batteries ...............102
O
On/Off control .....................................................21
Select PWM control (P-65) ............................97
Operating elements
Wireless connection module..........................23
Wireless room thermostat with display ..........26
Wireless room thermostat without display .....29
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Operation ........................................................... 51
Select
Modes of operation ....................................... 62
Mode of operation ......................................... 62
Operation mode wireless room thermostat ........ 28
Parameter group ........................................... 81
Optimized actuator control ................................. 22
Sensor button
Optimized actuator control (P-66 ) ..................... 98
Sound on/off (P-07)....................................... 79
Optimized time program (P-52) ......................... 92
Wireless room thermostat ............................. 26
Overview time programs .................................... 65
Sensor buttons
P
Lock operation .............................................. 72
Parameter descriptions ...................................... 75
Unlock operation ........................................... 72
Parameter overview ........................................... 75
Sensor mode ...................................................... 53
Parameterisation of parameter P-10 ................. 80
Sequence
Part numbers of product range .......................... 16
Addressing .................................................... 52
Party function ..................................................... 72
Building zones............................................... 59
Professionals ..................................................... 15
Switching points ............................................ 67
Public spaces (P-47) .......................................... 90
Service code ...................................................... 81
Pump connection ............................................... 20
Service menu ..................................................... 81
Push buttons description
Access code public spaces (P-36)................ 86
Wireless connection module......................... 24
Automatic time setting (P-38) ....................... 87
PWM control ...................................................... 21
By-pass heat pump (P-45) ............................ 89
Select PWM control (P-65) ........................... 97
Configure burner start (P-51) ........................ 92
R
Configure C/O in-/TB input (P-61) ................ 95
Radio system
Configure N/R (eco) input (P-61) .................. 94
Reset to factory settings ............................... 74
Cooling lock (P-45) ....................................... 89
Reduced mode................................................... 21
Dead-zone heating/cooling (P-34) ................ 85
Reduction of room temperature (P-44) .............. 89
Enter service menu ....................................... 81
Repeater .......................................................... 106
First start-up of floor heating (P-67) .............. 98
Installation................................................... 107
Floor temperature correction (P-42) ............. 88
Reset
Parameter ..................................................... 74
Radio system ................................................ 74
Time program ............................................... 70
Reset to factory settings .................................... 74
Room temperature control ................................. 21
S
Safety ........................................................... 14, 15
Electrical connections ................................... 38
Scope of supply ................................................. 12
SD-card
Software update............................................ 73
Frost protection temperature (P-32) ............. 84
Increment room temperature setpoint
(P-31) ............................................................ 84
Lock for hotel function (P-47)........................ 90
Lock for public spaces (P-47) ....................... 90
Master wireless room thermostat (P-48)....... 91
Max. floor temperature (P-43)....................... 88
Optimized actuator control (P-66 ) ................ 98
Optimized time program (P-52) .................... 92
Overview ....................................................... 75
P-20 – General parameters .................... 75, 82
P-30 – For all room thermostats ............. 76, 84
P-40 – For individual room thermostats .. 76, 87
P-50 – Plant and topology related .......... 76, 92
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P-60 – Control parameters ...................... 77, 94
T
Reduction of room temperature (P-44) ......... 89
TB-input
Reset to factory settings (P-24) ..................... 83
Select local or master pump (P-63) ............... 96
Temperature monitoring ................................46
Technical data
Select NO/NC actuators (P-64) ..................... 96
Dimensions ..................................................113
Select On/Off control (P-65) .......................... 97
Radio system ...............................................113
Select PWM control (P-65) ............................ 97
Wireless connection module........................113
Service code (P-35) ....................................... 86
Wireless room thermostat with display ........116
Set communication between the wireless
connection modules (P-53). .......................... 93
Wireless room thermostat without display ...118
Temperature control
Set priorities C/O heating/colling (P-51) ........ 92
Floor temperature control IR..........................22
Setpoint sharing within one zone (P-46) ....... 90
Room temperature .........................................21
Show software version connection module
(P-22)............................................................. 82
Temperature monitoring .....................................46
Show software version thermostat (P-21) ..... 82
Show status connection module
and I/O box (P-23) ........................................ 82
Summertime/wintertime (P-37)...................... 86
Unit for temperature(P-33) ............................ 85
Wall temperature correction (P-41) ............... 87
Set
Floor temperature setpoint ............................ 61
Room temperature setpoint ........................... 61
Time and date at commissioning .................. 64
Setpoint
Normal operation ........................................... 66
Reduced operation ........................................ 66
Set floor temperature setpoint ....................... 61
Set room temperature setpoint ...................... 61
Sharing within one zone (P-46) ..................... 90
Software update
SD-card ......................................................... 73
Sound sensor button
On/off (P-07) .................................................. 79
Stand-by mode wireless room thermostat .......... 28
Steps during commissioning............................... 51
Summertime (P-37) ............................................ 86
Symbols
Wireless room thermostat ............................. 27
System failure ..................................................... 11
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Addressing .....................................................55
Addressing between wireless connection
modules .........................................................56
Thermal actuators
Electrical connections ....................................44
Optimized actuator control.............................22
Time and date
Adjust time and date ......................................64
Set time and date ..........................................64
Time program .....................................................21
Change existing program ..............................68
Change time program ....................................67
Factory settings .............................................65
Factory settings time program .......................65
For all weekdays ............................................65
For each day of the week ..............................65
For working days and weekend .....................65
Overview time programs................................65
Reset time programs to factory settings ........70
Rules for removing switched-on periodes .....70
Select time program ......................................66
Time out during programming .......................70
Tips and tricks ...................................................104
Topology ...........................................................121
One wireless connection module ................121
Up to 5 wireless connection modules ..........124
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Troubleshooting ............................................... 100
LED description............................................. 24
Lost radio connection.................................. 101
LEDs ............................................................. 23
Radio signal lost ......................................... 102
Material numbers .......................................... 16
Wireless connection module....................... 100
Monitoring elements...................................... 23
Wireless room thermostat with display ....... 101
Operating elements....................................... 23
Wireless room thermostat without display .. 103
Push buttons description .............................. 24
Type designation
Accessories .................................................. 17
Remove cover ............................................... 41
Set master..................................................... 56
U
Technical data............................................. 113
Unit for temperature(P-33) ................................. 85
Troubleshooting .......................................... 100
Unlock operation
Wireless connection module with LAN .............. 23
Wireless room thermostat ............................. 72
Design ........................................................... 18
User manual......................................................... 9
Wireless connection module without LAN ......... 23
User menu ......................................................... 77
Design ........................................................... 19
Change time programs (P-04) ...................... 78
Wireless room thermostat
Display battery saving mode (P-06) ............. 79
230 V version ................................................ 36
Enter user menu ........................................... 77
Connect 230 V version ................................. 37
Function button (P-10) .................................. 80
Connection 230 V version ............................. 36
ID-number connection module (P-09) .......... 79
Design ........................................................... 20
ID-number thermostat (P-08) ........................ 79
Display .......................................................... 28
Limits room temperature (P-03).................... 78
Floor temperature correction (P-42) ............. 88
Overview ....................................................... 75
Installation ..................................................... 31
Reset time programs (P-05) ......................... 78
Lock operation .............................................. 72
Setpoint floor temperature (P-02) ................. 78
Master function (P-48) .................................. 91
Shown value in stand-by mode .................... 78
Material numbers .......................................... 17
Sound sensor buttons (P-07)........................ 79
Max. floor temperature (P-43)....................... 88
W
Maximum number of room devices............... 51
Wall temperature correction (P-41).................... 87
Mount 230 V version ..................................... 36
Warning symbols ............................................... 10
Operation mode ............................................ 28
Waste disposal................................................. 104
Place of installation ....................................... 31
Wintertime (P-37) ............................................... 86
Reduction of room temperature (P-44) ......... 89
Wireless communication between
the wireless connection modules (P-53)............ 93
Sensor button................................................ 26
Wireless connection module
Symbols ........................................................ 27
Stand-by mode.............................................. 28
Addressing to each other .............................. 56
Unlock operation ........................................... 72
Connect power.............................................. 50
Wall temperature correction (P-41)............... 87
Dimensions ................................................. 113
Wireless room thermostat with display
Electrical connections ................................... 40
Close housing ............................................... 34
Increasing the range ..................................... 57
Open housing................................................ 32
Install cover................................................... 50
Operation elements....................................... 26
Installation..................................................... 30
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Technical data ............................................. 116
Wireless room thermostat with display
Troubleshooting ........................................... 101
Wireless room thermostat without display
Display elements ...........................................26
Wiring notes ........................................................38
Close housing ................................................ 35
Z
Display elements ........................................... 29
Zones ..................................................................59
LED................................................................ 29
Applications for zoning ..................................59
Open housing ................................................ 34
Building ..........................................................59
Operating elements ....................................... 29
Delete ............................................................60
Technical data ............................................. 118
Delete channel from zone..............................60
Troubleshooting ........................................... 103
Number of zones ...........................................59
Sequence.......................................................59
Setpoint sharing within one zone (P-46) .......90
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We recommend that you enter your settings in the following tables, e.g. for
reset. After a reset of the radio connection module, all settings are reset to
factory settings.
User menu
Parameter
Description
Factory settings
P-01
Set display in stand-by-mode: actual value or time.
Room temperature
P-02
Set setpoint for the minimal floor temperature.
(only for versions with integrated IR-sensor)
15 °C
P-03
Set upper and lower limits for room temperature setpoint.
30 °C / 5 °C
P-04
Change time programs.
–
P-05
Reset time programs to factory settings.
–
P-06
Set display for stand-by-mode. (max. battery saving mode)
On
P-07
Activate or deactivate sound of sensor button.
On
P-08
Show ID-number of wireless room thermostat
–
P-09
Show ID-number of wireless connection module
–
P-10
Function for sensor button
P-9H
parameterisation.
New
Service menu
Parameter
Description
Factory settings
P-SE
Access only with service code, factory settings "1234"
–
P-21
Show software-version of wireless room thermostat
–
P-22
Show software-version of wireless connection module
–
P-23
Show actual status of wireless connection module and I/OBox
–
P-24
Reset parameter to factory settings.
–
Parameter
Description
Factory settings
P-31
Set increment for room temperature setpoint adjustment.
0: 0.5 K
P-32
Set temperature for frost protection function.
8.0 °C
P-33
Set unit for temperature.
0: °C
P-34
Set dead-zone for change-over between heating and cooling.
0: 2 K
P-35
Change service code for service menu.
1234
P-36
Change access code for public spaces.
1234
P-37
Activate or deactivate "summer-/wintertime".
0: activated
P-38
Deactivate or activate automatic time settings.
1: activated
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Parameter
Description
Factory settings
P-41
Set wall temperature correction of wireless room thermostat.
0K
P-42
Set floor temperature correction of wireless room thermostat with integrated IR-sensor.
0
P-43
Set maximum floor temperature of wireless room thermostat with integrated IR-sensor.
35 °C
P-44
Set reduction of room temperature for "Eco" function.
3K
P-45
Activate or deactivate cooling lock and/or bypass, e.g. for a
heat pump.
0
P-46
Activate or deactivate "setpoint sharing within one zone"
0: deactivated
P-47
Activate or deactivate lock for public spaces or hotels.
0: deactivated
P-48
Activate or deactivate master function of a wireless room
thermostat.
0: deactivated
Parameter
Description
Factory settings
P-51
Set priorities for change-over of heating/cooling and configure output for heating/cooling or burner start.
0
P-52
Activate or deactivate "optimized time program".
0: deactivated
P-53
Set wireless communication between the wireless connection modules.
0: Wireless signal
activated
Parameter
Description
Factory settings
P-61
Configure Eco or N/R input.
0
P-62
Configure C/O in-/TB-input.
2
P-63
Select control of pump "local" or "Master-wireless connection module" (only with activated communication between
wireless connection modules).
0
P-64
Select NC or NO function of thermal actuators.
0: NC
P-65
Select control algorithm.
0: On/Off
P-66
Activate or deactivate function "optimized actuator control".
0: deactivated
P-67
Select controlled first start-up of floor heating.
0: deactivated
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1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
A 06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
A 06:00...08:30 16:30...23:00 OFF
A 06:00...23:00 OFF
B 06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
C 06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
D 06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
E 06:00...08:30 11:30...13:30 16:30...23:00
–
B 06:00...23:00 OFF
OFF
F 06:00...23:00 00:00...00:00 00:00...00:00
G 06:00...23:00 00:00...00:00 00:00...00:00
A
A
e.g.
e.g.
B
C
D
A 06:00...14:00 17:00...22:00
E
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F
G
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