Einbauanweisung EasyStart Call, 22 1000 34 01 04 DE, 01.2013

CONTROL UNIT FOR
EBERSPÄCHER PARKING HEATERS
A WORLD OF COMFORT
QUICK START GUIDE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
IN S TA L L AT I O N IN S TR UCTIO N S
E AS Y S TA RT R E MO TE +
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EN
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
V E H I C L E H E AT E R S | T E C H N I C A L D O C U M E N TAT I O N
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CONTENTS
CHAPTER CHAPTER TITLE
PAGE
CHAPTER CONTENTS
1INTRODUCTION
Please read first
4
General information / safety instructions
4
Intended use
5
VENTILATION operating mode
5
Technical data
6
Scope of supply 6
Sketch of EasyStart Remote+ scope of supply
7
2INSTALLATION
Installation
3
8
–– Install stationary unit
8
–– Install button
8
–– Installing the room temperature sensor
8
Connecting the connector housing to the stationary unit
8
Sketch of EasyStart Remote+ installation
9
Connecting the antenna
10
Minimum height of the antenna
10
Antenna dimensions
10
INITIAL STARTUP
Carry out the initial startup
11
Teach an additional mobile unit
12
Opening the vehicle workshop menu
13
–– Selecting the temperature units –
Item 2:
13
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CO N T EN T S
–– Resetting to as-delivered condition – Item 5:
13
–– Range measurement Item 7:
14
–– Setting the language – Item 8:
14
–– Select departure time or start time – Item 10:
15
–– Activating or deactivating automatic operating time calculation for water
heaters – Item 11.1:
15
–– For automatic operating time calculation, copy the vehicle's engine size
(cubic capacity) – Item 11.2:
–– For automatic operating time calculation, enter the operating time – Item 11.3:
4
WHAT TO DO IF …?
5
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
16
16
–– EasyStart Remote+ connection to Hydronic, Hydronic II, Hydronic II C,
Hydronic II Comfort, Hydronic M II
–– EasyStart Remote+ connection to Airtronic, Airtronic M, Airtronic L
19
20
6SERVICE
Technical Support
21
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I N T R O D U C T IO N
PLEASE READ FIRST
Before you start to install the radio remote
control, please ensure you read through these
installation instructions carefully.
These installation instructions contain important information, which you need to install the
radio remote control.
GENERAL INFORMATION / SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
The pulses of the mobile unit have a range of
up to 1000 metres outdoors (direct visual contact). External interference, local conditions
and high building density in the surrounding
area shorten the range.
The choice and positioning of the antenna
have a decisive effect on the range.
The room temperature sensor must be connected to use the full functional scope of the
radio remote control.
The room temperature sensor supplied must
be connected, otherwise the temperature cannot be displayed in the mobile unit's display
and automatic operating time calculation is
not possible.
DANGER!
ƒƒ Only the battery cover of the mobile unit
may be opened.
ƒƒ The battery and battery cover must be kept
out of reach of children – swallowed small
parts.
ƒƒ Before washing clothing, remove the mobile
unit from pocket.
ƒƒ Protect the mobile unit from adverse
effects (impacts, extreme temperatures,
moisture, rain, liquids).
ƒƒ The mobile unit and heater must be
switched off when refuelling.
ƒƒ Dispose of the battery and mobile unit
according to the statutory regulations.
ƒƒ Only use the recommended battery and
original spare parts.
ƒƒ All information and notes, in particular the
safety instructions in the heater’s technical
description and in the EasyStart Remote+
operating instructions must be observed at
all times!
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INTENDED USE
The bidirectional EasyStart Remote+ radio
remote control (mobile unit in conjunction
with stationary unit) is used for remote controlled switching on / off and presetting the
switching on time, operating time and mode
of the heater and / or add-on unit installed in
the vehicle.
PLEASE NOTE!
Improper use and use outside the specified
area of use cancels all liability and warranty.
VENTILATION OPERATING MODE
symbol is not displayed in the Menu
If the
bar, VENTILATION mode is not possible for the
heater used.
In VENTILATION mode the vehicle fan in the
case of water heaters, and the heater's fan in
the case of air heaters, is actuated directly by
bypassing the heating mode.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Mobil unit:
Frequency: 433.166 MHz
Operating voltage
Dimensions
Operating temperature
434.6 MHz
3 V (battery) CR 2430
66 x 41 x 15.7 mm
–20 °C to +60 °C
Storage temperature
–40 °C to +85 °C
LCD ambient temperature
The display becomes sluggish in temperatures below –10 °C, i.e. the flashing
sequence of the symbols is somewhat
slower, the contrast becomes weaker above
+70 °C.
Stationary unit
Frequency
Operating voltage
Dimensions
Operating temperature / storage temperature
434.6 MHz
12 V / 24 V
76 x 76 x 29 mm
–40 °C to +85 °C
Antenna connection
Via coded SMB connector.
SCOPE OF SUPPLY
Order No. 22 1000 34 17 00 (Sketch see page 6).
No. in sketch
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
Designation
Mobile unit
Stationary unit
Antenna
Button
Room temperature sensor
Self-tapping screws B3.9 x 19 for stationary unit
Self-tapping screws B2.9 x 19 for temperature sensor
Bush housing
Contact locking device
Contacts
Battery
Quick start guide
Installation instructions
Sketch of scope of supply see page 7
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SKETCH OF EASYSTART REMOTE+ SCOPE OF SUPPLY
Key see page 6
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INSTALLATION
The stationary unit is installed inside the
vehicle together with the button, the room
temperature sensor and the antenna.
INSTALL STATIONARY UNIT
Use the screws supplied to install the stationary unit in a dry place inside the vehicle, but
not near ventilation air outlets or directly next
to the fan motor.
INSTALL BUTTON
Install the button within the driver's view; the
preferred place for installation is the dashboard.
Drill a hole ø 10 mm e.g. in the dashboard,
then clip in the button.
PLEASE NOTE!
Always install the button. The button LED is
used as the operating display.
INSTALLING THE ROOM TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
Use the screw provided to fasten the supplied
room temperature sensor inside the vehicle
so that it measures the representative interior
temperature.
Do not position the room temperature sensor in an area in which is exposed to direct
sunlight, near the outlet vents of the vehicle or
in the footwell.
Recommendation:
The room temperature sensor should be
installed in the centre console at seat height.
PLEASE NOTE!
When installing the components ensure that
they are sufficiently clear of the airbags, so
that even if an airbag is triggered it cannot
come into contact with the components.
CONNECTING THE CONNECTOR HOUSING TO
THE STATIONARY UNIT
ƒƒ Attach the tab connector to the control unit
lead harness.
ƒƒ Clip the control unit lead harness, the room
temperature sensor lead harness and the
button lead harness into the 12-pin connector housing (connector housing pin
assignment see page 9).
ƒƒ Push the contact locking device into the
connector housing.
ƒƒ Connect the 12-pin connector housing to
the stationary unit.
PLEASE NOTE!
When installing the connector, ensure that the
locking tangs always face the middle of the
connector. Only in this position to the tangs
latch into the housing (see sketch).
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Connector housing pin assignment
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
Terminal 30
–
Terminal 31
Diagnosis
DAT
Button LED
Cable colour
red
–
brown
blue / white
vi
red / yellow
Pin
7
8
9
10
11
12
Signal
Button (+)
Button (–)
Temp (–)
Temp (+)
S (+)
–
Cable colour
brown / yellow
brown
brown / white
grey
ge
–
Connector housing chamber assignment -XB12 (assignment seen from the cable inlet side) from page 19
SKETCH OF EASYSTART REMOTE+ INSTALLATION
Key see page 10
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INSTALLATION SKETCH KEY
1 Stationary unit
2 Antenna cable
3 Mobile unit
4 Room temperature sensor
5 Self-tapping screwsB3.9 x 19
6 Contacts (5x)
7 Bush housing 12 pin
8 Button lead harness
9 Contact locking device
10Lead harness to the heater
11Self-tapping screw B3.9 x 19 (2x)
Installation example
Laying the cable in the A-pillar under the rubber cover.
MINIMUM HEIGHT OF THE ANTENNA
at least 1.2 m
from the ground
PLEASE NOTE!
ƒƒ The radio remote control must be connected as shown in the circuit diagram at
the end of the installation instructions.
ƒƒ Insulate unused cable ends.
ƒƒ Connectors and bush housings are shown
from the cable inlet side.
CONNECTING THE ANTENNA
Taking into account the minimum installation
height, lay the antenna cable as high as possible, pointing upwards. After laying the antenna
cable, connect it to the stationary unit.
Recommendation:
The antenna cable should be laid behind
the rubber cover in the A-pillar, in the
­middle above the front vehicle door. In most
cases, this enables an optimum range to be
achieved.
at least 1.5 m
from the ground
ANTENNA DIMENSIONS
Coaxial cable RG – 174/U with endpiece
without shielding and external insulation
Heat-shrinking sleeve
Antenna connector
with overhang
2000 mm
165 mm
12 mm
PLEASE NOTE!
ƒƒ Do not change the length of the antenna
cable!
ƒƒ The end of the antenna cable must not
come into contact with metal and must not
be completely surrounded by metal or parts
containing metal.
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CARRY OUT THE INITIAL STARTUP
For the initial startup, the following steps must
be carried out one after the other.
ƒƒ Insert the battery into the mobile unit.
Insert the battery supplied in the mobile
unit, as described in the EasyStart
Remote+ operating instructions, in the
“Maintenance / Replacing the Battery”
chapter. Do not activate the mobile unit yet.
ƒƒ Applying the operating voltage
The operating voltage is applied by inserting the fuse into the fuse holder.
Automatic detection
Five seconds after applying the operating
voltage the button's LED starts to light up.
The radio remote control now checks which
heater is connected and configures the
Menu bar of the mobile unit.
ƒƒ Teaching the mobile unit
If the button's LED starts to flash, the mobile
unit can be “teached” (programmed).
Note on the Add display
The Add function can be used to teach up to
4 mobile units to one stationary unit; but only
one mobile unit can make contact with the
stationary unit.
Notes on the AddE display
The AddE function is used to only teach the
current mobile unit. All previously “teached”
mobile units are deleted.
PLEASE NOTE!
If the mobile unit is not teached within 30
seconds, the button's LED indicator goes out.
Press the button until the LED starts to flash.
Then teach the mobile unit.
TEACH MOBILE UNIT – Add TEACH MODE
Press the
played.
or
button, Add is dis-
Pair mode
Add
Confirm Add teach mode by pressing the
button.
TEACH MOBILE UNIT – AddE TEACH MODE
Use the
or
button to select AddE.
Pair mode
AddE
Confirm AddE teach mode with the
­button.
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AFTER CONFIRMING Add OR AddE
TEACH AN ADDITIONAL MOBILE UNIT
ƒƒ Setting the time
Use the
or
button to set the hours.
Press the button installed in the vehicle until
the button's LED starts to flash. Press the
or
button on the mobile unit; Add is
displayed.
Confirm Teach mode with the
06 : 00
Press the
button to confirm the setting.
or
Use the
button to set the minutes.
button.
Pair mode
Add
The additional mobile unit is teached.
06 : 30
Press the
button to confirm the setting.
ƒƒ Setting the weekday
Use the
or
button to set the weekdays.
Mo.
Press the
button to confirm the setting.
The configure the EasyStart Remote+.
CONFIGURING EASYSTART REMOTE+
The system must be configured according to
its use.
PLEASE NOTE!
These installation instructions describe
the standard configuration. For details of
enhanced configuration of the EasyStart
Remote+ and special functions, you can view
and download the “Special Functions and
Diagnosis” installation instructions from
www.eberspaecher-standheizung.com.
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OPENING THE VEHICLE WORKSHOP MENU
Display ON, the Start display appears.
Use the
or
button to select the
symbol in the Menu bar.
SERVICE
2: 18 °C
SERVICE
2: 64.4 °F
Mo. 10:30
Confirm the SETTINGS menu item by pressing
the
button.
Press the
button to confirm the selection.
RESETTING TO AS-DELIVERED CONDITION –
ITEM 5:
Use the
or button to select Item 5:
button.
and confirm by pressing the
The SET THE TIME symbol
flashing.
is displayed
Press the
LONGPRESS button for longer
than 5 sec.; the Workshop menu is displayed.
SERVICE
5: Default
Press the
SELECTING THE SETTINGS FOR THE STANDARD CONFIGURATION
SELECTING THE TEMPERATURE UNITS –
ITEM 2:
Default: °C
Use the
or button to select Item 2:
and confirm by pressing the
button.
Use the
or
button to select the temperature units °C or °F.
button to confirm the selection.
INIT
Following the automatic detection the current time and the current weekday must be
entered, then the Start display appears. (see
page 12).
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RANGE MEASUREMENT ITEM 7:
SETTING THE LANGUAGE – ITEM 8:
Range check measurement
The expected range can be checked.
Default: DE
Take a check measurement
Set up the mobile unit at a distance of 1 m
in front of the vehicle and operate the mobile
unit as follows:
Use the
or
buttons in the Workshop
menu to select Item 7.
SERVICE
7: R95 S95
If a value between 75 and 100 is displayed for
R and S the measurement is ok.
Note on the check measurement:
With an optimum installation the transmission
power can reach a maximum value of 100.
If the maximum value is not reached, change
the location of the antenna so that a value
for R and S is reached between the minimum
value 75 and the maximum value 100.
If necessary, the measurement can be taken
at the same distance from the rear and side of
the vehicle. The transmission power should be
identical for all measurements.
Press the
button to repeat the check
measurement several times.
Use the
or button to select Item 8:
and confirm by pressing the
button.
Use the
or
guage DE or EN.
button to select the lan-
SERVICE
8: DE
SERVICE
8: EN
Press the
button to confirm the selection.
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SELECT DEPARTURE TIME OR START TIME –
ITEM 10:
Default: “Off” for departure time
Use the
or button to select Item 10:
and confirm by pressing the
button.
Use the
or
“Off” button for the
departure time or “On” to select the start
time.
SERVICE
10: Off
Departure time
Press the
SERVICE
11.1: Off
SERVICE
SERVICE
10: On
ACTIVATING OR DEACTIVATING AUTOMATIC
OPERATING TIME CALCULATION FOR WATER
HEATERS – ITEM 11.1:
Default: “Off”
Use the
or button to select Item
11.1: and confirm by pressing the
button.
Use the
or
button to select “Off” or
“On”.
Start time
button to confirm the selection.
PLEASE NOTE!
The start time can only be activated if the
operating time calculation Item 11.1: is set
to “Off”.
After confirming you must reset the system by
removing the 5A fuse.
11.1: On
Press the
button to confirm the selection.
PLEASE NOTE!
On activating the operating time calculation
the departure time is activated automatically
in Item 10.
Automatic operating time calculation is
not possible for air heaters; if Item 11.1: is
selected the following appears in the display:
SERVICE
11.1: -After confirming you must reset the system by
removing the 5A fuse.
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FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATING TIME CALCULATION, COPY THE VEHICLE'S ENGINE SIZE
(CUBIC CAPACITY) – ITEM 11.2:
Default: 1800 cm
3
Use the
or button to select Item
11.2: and confirm by pressing the
button.
Use the
or
button to enter the engine
size in 100 cm3 increments.
Setting range: 1000 cm3 to 4000 cm3.
SERVICE
11.2: 1800
Press the
button to confirm the setting.
FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATING TIME CALCULATION, ENTER THE OPERATING TIME – ITEM
11.3:
Default: 60 minutes
Use the
or button to select Item
11.3: and confirm by pressing the
button.
Use the
or
button to set the operating time.
Setting range: 10 – 60 minutes.
SERVICE
11.3: 60
Press the
button to confirm the setting.
PLEASE NOTE!
ƒƒ Press the
menu.
button to exit the Workshop
ƒƒ Carry out a function test after configuration. If an error or fault occurs, refer to the
chapter “What to do if ...?” from page 17
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WH AT T O D O I F …?
In the event of a fault the following displays are possible:
DISPLAY
Pair mode
Add
DESCRIPTION
REMEDY / WORKSHOP
ƒƒ Automatic detection is active.
ƒƒ The EasyStart Remote+ has
been disconnected from the
power supply and then reconnected.
Wait until the automatic detection
has finished, then set the time
and weekday, see page 12.
ƒƒ Battery dead.
Replace the battery immediately!
Pair mode
AddE
ƒƒ No communication.
NO SIGNAL
ƒƒ Check and if necessary renew
the heater fuse.
ƒƒ Check the voltage supply.
ƒƒ Check the wiring.
ƒƒ 1st heater fault.
Perform the heater diagnosis.
ƒƒ 2nd heater fault.
Perform the heater diagnosis.
ƒƒ Temperature sensor defective.
Check and if necessary renew
the temperature sensor.
Error
Error
18:30
 °C
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What to do if …?
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
REMEDY
ƒƒ Distance between the mobile unit
and vehicle too large or at the
range limit.
Change the position relative to
the vehicle e.g. hold mobile unit
higher or move it to the side.
Reduce distance from vehicle.
ƒƒ Dense buildings between the
mobile unit and vehicle.
Reduce distance. If possible,
reinstate visual contact with the
vehicle.
ƒƒ Mobile unit has not been taught.
Teach mobile unit as described in
the installation instruction.
ƒƒ Several EasyStart Remote+ radio
remote controls are operated
simultaneously.
Reactivate the mobile unit after
a pause.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The mobile unit can- ƒƒ Battery dead.
not be activated
ƒƒ No battery inserted.
LED indicator of the
button is flashing
REMEDY
ƒƒ Replace battery.
ƒƒ Insert battery.
ƒƒ Battery inserted incorrectly.
ƒƒ Insert battery correctly.
Stationary unit is in teach mode.
ƒƒ The indicator goes out automatically after 30 seconds.
ƒƒ Teach mobile unit as
described in the installation
instructions.
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CI R C U IT D IA G R AM
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
EasyStart Remote+ connection to Hydronic, Hydronic II, Hydronic II C, Hydronic II Comfort,
Hydronic M II
X:15
Ign (+)
X:58
Light (+)
-E5
-W2
-XB12
0,5* RD
c
0,5* BN
0,5* BUWH
1
2
3
4
5
0,22 RDYE
-H2
0,22 BNYE
0,22 BN
0,22 BNWH
-B8
0,22 GY
Θ
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
-XB12
* Hydronic MII 0.75
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-B8 Room temperature sensor
-E5 EasyStart Remote+ radio remote control
-H2Button
-W2Antenna
c to the heater
CABLE COLOURS
RD red
BU blue
WH white
GY grey
YE yellow
VT violet
BK black
GN green
BN brown
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Circuit diagram
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
EasyStart Remote+ connection to Airtronic, Airtronic M, Airtronic L
X:15
Ign (+)
X:58
Light (+)
0,5 GYRD
g
0,5 BNWH
y
-E5
-W2
-XB12
0,5 RD
c
0,5 BN
0,5 BUWH
1
2
3
4
5
0,22 RDYE
-H2
0,22 BNYE
0,22 BN
0,22 BNWH
-B8
0,22 GY
Θ
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
-XB12
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-B8 Room temperature sensor
-E5 EasyStart Remote+ radio remote control
-H2Button
-W2Antenna
c to the heater
g to the heater
y Connect cables and insulate
CABLE COLOURS
RD red
BU blue
WH white
GY grey
YE yellow
VT violet
BK black
GN green
BN brown
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SERVICE
Technical Support
If you have any technical questions or problems with the heater, the control unit or the
operating software, please contact the following service address:
support-UK@eberspaecher.com
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