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TH1400RF
Low voltage thermostat (24 Vac)
Web Programmable
sinopé
Technical specifications
Operating voltage: 24 Vac
Maximum load: 1 Amp
Setpoint range: 5°C to 30 °C (41 °F to 86 °F)
Display range: 0 °C to 70 °C (32 °F to 99 °F)
Resolution: +0,5°C (+1 °F)
Storage: -20 °C to 50 °C (-4 "F to 122 °F)
Auxiliary output: 1 Amp
Compatible with:
* Baseboard heater activated by electronic relay (SSR)
Baseboard heater activated by mechanical relay
e Fan-forced convector
e Electric floor heating (activated by a relay)
e Hydronic floor heating
Hydronic heating system
Furnace (fanless)
Install your thermostat
Unlock and lift the
thermostat cover.
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Power up the
thermostat.
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Replace back
and lock the
\ и à thermostat
cover.
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Template
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anchorage [screw]
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Connectors
cut-out
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GABARIT D'INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION TEMPLATE
If necessary, mark and drill the
appropriate fastening holes, using
the installation template.
If needed, use the wall anchors
Included.
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Depending on the heating system,
insert each wire into its terminal and
screw firmly. (See connection layouts
outlined in the following pages.)
Use the provided
screws and wall
anchors to fix the
thermostat base
on the wall.
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Wiring layout
Electric baseboard
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Electric floor heating with electric
baseboard on the 2nd heating stage
120 V
24 V 240 V
347 V
Electric floor heating
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240 V
24 Vac
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Not required for ambient
mode alone.
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Connection of the floor sensor (optional)
Only for control applications in floor (F) mode or with floor limit.
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Connect your thermostat to your Web interface
Initiate the
connectivity by
pressing the À\
button on the
GT125. (1)
(*Do not hold the
button).
Wait until the green light flashes,
which indicates that new devices
can be added to your network.
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NEVI web?
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Connect your
network to neviweb”
If you already have a
neviweb® account, your
thermostat will automatically
be integrated to your
account. If you do not have
an account yet, visit
neviweb.com to open an
account and add your
network. To do so, use the
GT125 installation guide.
www.sinopetech.com
When all the
thermostats are
connected, press
again on the N
button of the
GT125 to close
the connectivity
On the thermostat
display: N:
Flashes = Connecting
Remains lit = Connected
Connect to your network
the wireless thermostat
that is the closest to the
GT125 by pressing
simultaneously the ?
and Y buttons.
If the connectivity fails, an error
message will appear on the
display. Refer to our Website to
troubleshoot the unit.
Connect all your wireless
thermostats the same way,
by going to the next
closest thermostat.
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User settings
All of the thermostat's parameters can be set through your neviweb® account. However, if you have
not connected your wireless network and wish to change the temperature format or the control
cycle, you need to:
Lower the setpoint to its minimum and hold the \
button for 10 seconds to access the menu.
Press the À or the À
button to change the setting.
Press the ¥ andthe À buttons simultaneously to
save and go to the next parameter. Continue to
press until the end of the list to exit the menu.
The thermostat features two temperature regulation modes:
Mode A: Regulation of ambient temperature with the possibility to limit floor temperature through
an external temperature sensor.
Mode F: Regulation of ambient temperature through an external temperature sensor with the
possibility to limit ambient temperature.
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Parameters that can be controlled directly from the device:
Parameters & settings Display
2 Control Control mode of thermostat Г.
A (Air), F (Floor) — (F by default) |
Cycle lenght / Main output nn. IC
3 Cyc 15 sec, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 20 min, E ro L
25 min, 30 min — (15 min by default) (1) - -
A Cycle lenght / Auxiliary output MC
4 fg OFF, 15 sec, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 20 min, Lr |-
у 25 min, 30 min — (OFF by default) (1) —
Minimum time ON nono
5 Min O sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, LIL
3 min, 4 min, 5 min — (0 sec by default) (2) = =
Minimum time OFF п.л
6 Min 0 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, | | il |
3 min, 4 min, 5 min — (0 sec by default) (3) | = = = =
7 Max Maximum floor temperature limit MC С
Floor | From 5 °C to 30 °C — (OFF by default) (4) | LIN 1
Floor sensor IM
9 Sens
10K or 12K — (10K by default) IL)
14 PE Circulator pump's anti-seizure MC Г
ON or OFF (OFF by default) (5)
ZONEN
Convector or baseboard heater
activated by electronic relay (SSR)
Fan-forced convector activated
by electronic relay (SSR)
Fan-forced convector or
baseboard heater activated by X | X
mechanical relay
Hydronic heating pump system X
Furnace
For more parameters, visit www.neviweb.com
1) Main and auxiliary output
cycle length
The thermostat has a main and an
auxiliary output. Select the
appropriate cycle length based on
your heating system. The selection
of an Inappropriate cycle length
may damage your unit.
2) Minimum time ON
This parameter determines the
minimum operation time of the
thermostat before it turns off. This
ensures heating is not running for a
shorter time period than the
starting time of the heating system.
Note: It is recommended to select
the same duration as the starting
time of the heating system, without
exceeding 20% of the selected
cycle length.
3) Minimum time OFF
This parameter determines the
minimum period for which the
thermostat must stay off before
Its output is reactivated.
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4) Maximum floor temperature limit (Mode A)
The thermostat limits floor heating to the set temperature to ensure it does not exceed the
selected limit. This parameter Is ideal for protecting engineered wood floors. (Verity with your
flooring manufacturer to determine heat limit.)
5) Circulator pump's anti-seizure
When the thermostat is not heating for an extended period, this parameter will activate the main
output during 1 minute every 24 hours to ensure the hydronic system pump does not seize.
Stay connected at all times!
You can connect up to 250 compatible devices to neviweb® through one same GT125 Web
interface. Visit www.sinopetech.com to discover the full neviweb® product range.
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Transmitter Module |C: 7693A-89XAMO9A
This device complies with Industry Canada license exempt RSS standard(s). Operation Is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation ofthe device.
3-year limited warranty
SINOPE TECHNOLOGIES INC. warrants the components of their products against defects in
material and workmanship for a 3 year period from the date of purchase, under normal use and
service, when proof of purchase of such is provided to the manufacturer. This warranty does not
cover any transportation costs that may be incurred by the consumer. Nor does it cover a
product subjected to misuse or accidental damage. The obligation of Sinopé Technologies Inc.
under the terms of this warranty, will be to supply a new unit and this releases the manufacturer
from paying the installation costs or other secondary charges linked to replacing the unit or the
components.
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For more information, viSIt our Website at:
www.sinopetech.com
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