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Webasto MultiControl Operating instrustions
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Operating instructions
SmartControl
MultiControl (incl. Timer-Function)
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SmartControl
MultiControl
Table of Content
1
Introduction......................................................................5
1.1
Purpose of the document................................................................ 5
1.2
Using this document....................................................................... 5
1.3
Use of symbols and highlighting...................................................... 5
1.4
Warranty and liability...................................................................... 6
2
Safety................................................................................6
2.1
Intended use................................................................................... 6
2.2 General safety information ............................................................. 6
3
Overview...........................................................................7
3.1
Control element and menu structure............................................... 7
3.2 Symbols.......................................................................................... 7
3.3 Buttons and control........................................................................ 8
3.3.1 Back-function......................................................................................................9
3.4 Status display.................................................................................. 9
3.5 Passive display mode....................................................................... 9
3.6 Information display .......................................................................10
3.7
4
4.1
Selecting the heating level..............................................................10
Switching on the heater by means of quick start button..11
Quick start of air heater.................................................................. 11
4.2 Quick start of water heater............................................................. 11
5
5.1
Heating mode..................................................................12
Water heater..................................................................................12
5.2 Air heater.......................................................................................12
5.2.1 Adjusting temperature during heating mode......................................................13
5.2.2 Adjusting the heating level during heating mode...............................................13
5.3 Adjusting the remaining operation time..........................................13
5.3.1 Remaining operation time of water heater.........................................................14
5.3.2 Remaining operation time of air heater..............................................................14
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Ventilation mode.............................................................14
6.1
Setting ventilation through main menu...........................................15
6.2 Setting the fan speed during ventilation mode...............................15
6.3 Setting the remaining operation time of fan during ventilation mode.
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7
Switching off ..................................................................16
8
Programming the Timer menu (time setting)....................16
8.1
Timer: Setting the time setting....................................................... 17
8.2 Timer: Setting the heating mode:................................................... 17
8.3 Timer: Setting the ventilation mode................................................18
8.4 Deactivating, editing or removing timers........................................19
8.5 Delete all timers............................................................................ 20
9
Settings...........................................................................21
9.1
General .........................................................................................21
9.2 Altitude correction (if available)......................................................21
9.3 Setting the quick start button default value....................................21
9.3.1 Setting the quick start button for heating mode.................................................22
9.3.2 Setting the quick start button for ventilation mode............................................23
9.4 Setting the day of the week.......................................................... 24
9.5 Setting the time............................................................................ 24
9.6 Language settings......................................................................... 25
9.7
Setting the temperature unit......................................................... 25
9.8 Setting brightness......................................................................... 25
9.9 Setting screen timeout.................................................................. 26
9.10 Setting day/night illumination........................................................ 26
9.11 Displaying the system information................................................. 27
9.12 Displaying stored error information............................................... 28
9.13 Performing reset............................................................................ 29
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11
11.1
Cleaning .........................................................................29
Error message..................................................................29
Error codes.................................................................................... 29
11.2 Examples of error messages for control elements........................... 30
12
Disposal...........................................................................30
13
Service and customer services..........................................30
14
Technical data..................................................................30
1
Introduction
So that you can enjoy the full comfort of using a Webasto heater, we recommend that
you read the instruction manual carefully. Questions connected with the assembly and
functioning of the device should be addressed to the seller or the installation workshop.
They will provide you with reliable and competent advice.
You can also contact one of our offices. ou can find address data in the chapter “Technical support and customer service”.
Please keep this instruction manual.
Have a nice trip!
1.1
Purpose of the document
This instruction manual is a part of the device and it contains information for the user
enabling safe use of the device.
All the functions of the control element are explained in the instruction manual. If you
have any questions please consult the technical support and/or customer service (see
chapter “Technical support and customer service”)
The actual availability of these functions depends on each installed heater.
1.2
Using this document
XXBefore
operating the heater, carefully read these operating instructions as well as the
operating instructions for the heater.
XXHand this operating instruction on to the following owner or user of the unit.
1.3
Use of symbols and highlighting
Texts with the symbol
refer to separate documents which are enclosed or can be
requested from Webasto.
Texts with the symbol
Texts with the symbol
or injury.
refer to technical features.
or
refer to possible material damage, risk of accident
Highlight
Explanation
33
Requirements for the following necessary action
XX
Necessary action
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1.4
Warranty and liability
Webasto shall not assume liability for defects or damage that are the result that the
installation and operating instructions as well as the instructions contained therein being
disregarded.
This liability exclusion particularly applies for:
■■ improper use
■■ repairs not carried out by a Webasto service workshop
■■ use of non-genuine parts
■■ Conversion of the unit without permission from Webasto
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2.1
Safety
Intended use
The built-in control element is used to control the heater.
2.2
General safety information
WARNING
Risk of explosion in environments with combustible vapours,
flammable dust and hazardous goods (e.g., petrol stations, tank
facilities, fuel store, coal bunkers, timber yard or grain warehouses)
XXDo
not switch on or operate the heater.
WARNING
Inhaling poisonous gases in the enclosed rooms
Intoxication and suffocation
XXNever operate the heater (also not with programmed heating start) in
closed rooms such as garages or workshops that do not have an exhaust
extraction unit.
WARNING
Risk of fire from flammable materials or liquids in the hot air flow
(Air heaters)
XXKeep
the hot air flow free.
WARNING
Risk of injury from the defective unit
XXDo
not operate a defective heater.
a Webasto service workshop.
XXContact
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3.1
Overview
Control element and menu structure
Heating
1
2
3
Menu name
Menu symbol
Activated time settings,
altitude correction*
4
5
6
Time
Quick start button with status
display
Control knob
The following menu elements are available in the main menu: timer, heating,
ventilation* and settings.
*: Optional
3.2
Symbols
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Timer menu (time setting)
Ventilation menu
Heating-Normal
Settings menu
Heating level Normal
Heating level Eco*
Heating level Boost*
Fan speed (level 1-4)
Add timer
Activate timer
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Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Deactivate timer
Delete timer
Delete all timers
Active timer
Quick start
Day of the week
Time
Language
Temperature unit
Day/Night
System information
Error message
Reset
Service required
To the left
Attention
Back
To the right
12 hour format
Symbol for confirmation
Operating voltage too low
ADR - Not available in
North America
Altitude correction selected
Operation without time limit
* depending on the heater
3.3
Buttons and control
Button
Control and function
Quick start button with status display
Turn the control knob (turn/push button) for selection of the function.
Press the control knob (turn/push button) for confirmation of the selected function.
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3.3.1
Back-function
Exit the selected menu with the "Back" function.
The settings are saved and the higher-level menu level is displayed.
Back
3.4
Status display
Status of the heater is indicated by means of the colour backlight of the quick start
button.
Status
LED backlight
Heating mode
GREEN
permanent
Ventilation mode
BLUE
permanent
Switched off heater - control element is activated
WHITE
permanent
Error - no heating mode, see chapter „11 Error message“ on page 29.
RED
flashing
Preprogrammed heating mode - control element in
stand-by mode
GREEN
flashing
Preprogrammed ventilation mode - control element in
stand-by mode
BLUE
flashing
If a user does not make any entry by means of the control element for 60
seconds and the heater is switched off then the control element will go into
the stand-by mode (display and LED are switched off).
3.5
Passive display mode
If the heater is activated by another Webasto control element (e.g. Telestart or Thermocall), the control element wakes up from sleep mode and the operation mode selected
by the other control element is shown on the display. Displayed information depends on
the connected heater.
Display
Operating mode
Heating
XXThe passive mode can be deactivated by pressing quick start button
. The heater is switched off.
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Display
Operating mode
Ventilation (ventilating mode must be supported by the installed
heater)
XXThe passive mode can be deactivated by pressing quick start button
. The heater is switched off.
Heating and ventilation
33 There is a possibility of combined display of ventilation and heating
symbols depending on the connected heater.
XXThe passive mode can be deactivated by pressing quick start button
. The heater is switched off.
3.6
Information display
The following information about the connected heater and control
element is shown in the start display:
■■ Name of the control element
■■ Name of the connected hea
■■ Software version of the connected control element
■■ Hardware version of the connected control element
The view returns to the main menu after 1.5 seconds.
3.7
Example
Selecting the heating level
The selection of the heating level is not supported by all heaters.
There are three heating levels:
Heating level
Heating mode
Eco
Energy-savings mode
Normal
Comfort heating
Boost
Rapid heating
The heating levels differ in terms of energy consumption and time during which the set
temperature is reached. Eco heating level needs the least energy. However, it takes more
time to reach the set temperature.
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4
Switching on the heater by means of quick start
button
“Quick start” function enables heating or ventilation by simply pressing the button (
The operating mode can be adjusted to your personal preferences.
■■ Instruction manual and description of the settings can be found in the
chapter „9 Settings“ on page 21.
■■ In delivery condition this function is preset with the standard values.
■■ If the ignition signal is on before switching on, the heating duration
prolongs itself*. When the ignition signal disappears, there is a remaining
operation time of 15 min. which can be reduced manually*.
* depending on the heater.
4.1
).
Quick start of air heater
Heating:
33 Quick start button is programmed for heating.
XXPress quick start button.
Heating starts functioning.
Menu element "Heating" is shown in the display as well as initially
set heating temperature. Quick start button shows green light.
Ventilation:
33 Quick start button is programmed for ventilation.
XXPress quick start button.
Ventilation starts functioning. Fan speed and operating time are
shown in the display. Quick start button shows blue light.
4.2
Quick start of water heater
Heating:
33 Quick start button is programmed for heating.
XXPress quick start button.
Heating starts functioning. Menu element "Heating" is shown in
the display as well as initially set remaining operation time. Quick
start button shows green light.
Ventilation:
33 Quick start button is programmed for ventilation.
XXPress quick start button.
Ventilation starts functioning. Main element "Ventilation" is
shown in the display as well as initially set remaining operation
time. Quick start button shows blue light.
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5
5.1
Heating mode
Water heater
XXSelect
“Heating” menu element in the main menu.
XXPress the control knob.
Duration flickers in the display.
Heating
XXTurn
Heating
the control knob in order to choose the desired duration of an hour.
By means of turning the control knob in clockwise
direction one can select and activate maximum
duration.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Duration
Setting the duration for minutes is done in the same
way as the duration for hours.
Heating mode has started. Menu element "Heating" is shown
in the display as well as initially set remaining operation time.
Quick start button shows green light.
5.2
Air heater
The selection of the temperature and/or the heating level is not supported by
all heaters.
XXSelect
“Heating” menu element in the main menu
Heating
XXPress
the control knob.
Heating level is shown in the display.
Heating
Normal
33 For heaters with adjustable heating levels:
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired heating
level.
Heating
All heaters:
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
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Heating temperature is shown in the display.
the control knob in order to choose the desired
temperature.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Heating
XXTurn
Temperature
Heating starts functioning.
Menu element "Heating" is shown in the display as well as the
selected heating temperature.
Quick start button shows green light.
5.2.1
Adjusting temperature during heating mode
33 The heater is in the heating mode.
XXTurn the control knob and choose the desired temperature.
XXPress
the control knob within 5 seconds in order to confirm
selection.
5.2.2
Adjusting the heating level during heating mode
33 Heater with selectable heating levels
33 The heater is in the heating mode.
XXPress the control knob in order to go from temperature
selection to heating level selection.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired heating
level.
XXPress
the control knob within 5 seconds in order to confirm
selection.
5.3
Adjusting the remaining operation time
If a longer remaining operation time is required then a longer remaining
operation time must be set again. One cannot make any changes from the
minimum duration which amounts to 10 minutes. Increasing the operation
time is possible only after switching off and then restarting the device.
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5.3.1
Remaining operation time of water heater
33 The heater is in the heating mode.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose duration of a
minute.
Heating
Duration
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Heating starts functioning. Menu element "Heating" is shown
in the display as well as initially set remaining operation time.
Quick start button shows green light.
5.3.2
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Remaining operation time of air heater
33 The heater is in the heating mode.
33 Heater with selectable heating levels:
XXPress the control knob in order to go from temperature
selection to heating level selection.
XXPress the control knob in order go from heating level to
remaining operation time selection.
33 Heater without selectable heating levels:
XXPress the control knob in order to go from temperature
selection to remaining operation time selection.
All heaters:
XXTurn the control knob in order to adjust remaining operation
time.
By means of turning the control knob in anticlockwise direction
one can shorten remaining operation time.
XXPress the control knob within 5 seconds in order to confirm
selection.
Ventilation mode
The ventilation mode is not supported by all heaters.
Ventilation mode activates only the fan, heating mode is still on. First of all, it enables to
cool the interior by providing fresh air during air inlet from the outside. There are four
fan speeds available.
They differ in the strength of air flow and in how fast the air exchange takes place.
Fan speed 1
Fan speed 3
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Fan speed 2
6.1
Fan speed 4
Setting ventilation through main menu
33 “Ventilation” symbol has been selected in the main menu.
Ventilation
XXPress the control knob.
The set fan speed is shown in the display
Ventilation
Level 2
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired fan
speed.
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Duration flickers in the display.
Ventilation
XXPress
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired duration of an hour.
By means of turning the control knob in clockwise direction one
can select and activate maximum duration.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Level 4
Ventilation
Duration
Setting the duration for minutes is done in the same
way as the duration for hours.
Ventilation starts functioning.
Fan speed and selected duration are shown in the display.
Quick start button shows blue light.
6.2
Setting the fan speed during ventilation mode
33 The heater is in the ventilating mode
XXPress the control knob in order go from remaining operation
time selection to fan speed selection.
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XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose fan speed.
XXPress
the control knob within 5 seconds in order to confirm
selection.
6.3
Setting the remaining operation time of fan during ventilation mode
33 The heater is in the ventilating mode
XXTurn the control knob in order to adjust the desired remaining operation time.
By means of turning the control knob in anticlockwise direction
one can shorten remaining operation time.
If longer remaining operation time is desired then longer remaining operation time must be reset.
XXPress the control knob within 5 seconds in order to confirm
selection.
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Switching off
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Programming the Timer menu (time setting)
33 Heater in operation
XXPress quick start button.
Backlight of quick start button changes its colour from blue (in ventilation
mode) or green into white colour (in heating mode).
This function is available only for control element of MultiControl.
There is a possibility of programming the time settings 7 days in advance. The heater
switches on automatically at the programmed time. There is a possibility of saving up to
3 time settings per day and altogether up to 21 time settings.
Depending on the used variant of MultiControl device and application case (e.g. in a car,
in a truck, on the boat, etc.), the number of actively available timers can fluctuate. There
are maximum 21 active timers available.
The desired temperature or fan speed should be set in accordance with the desired
operating mode (“heating” or “ventilation”).
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8.1
Timer: Setting the time setting
33 Time and current day of week are set.
33 The heater is switched off.
33 “Timer” menu element has been selected in the main menu.
XXPress
the control knob.
”Add timer” message (if no timer has been saved yet) appears
in the display.
XXPress the control knob in order to add new timer.
XXTurn
XXPress
the control knob in order to choose ”Day”.
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the switch-on time
of an hour.
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Setting the switch-on time for minutes is done in the
same way as the switch-on time for hours.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the switch-off time
of an hour.
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Setting the switch-off time for minutes is done in the
same way as switch-off time for hours.
Timers
Timers
Add timer
Timers
Mon
Day
Timers
Start time
Timers
Stop time
Depending on the required setting, either:
XXset heating mode: see „8.2 Timer: Setting the heating mode:“ on page 17.
XXset ventilation mode, see „8.3 Timer: Setting the ventilation mode“ on page 18.
8.2
Timer: Setting the heating mode:
33 Only for air heaters with selectable heating level:
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired heating
level.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Timers
Normal
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33 Only for air heaters:
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired temperature.
Temperature range: 5 - 35 °C, 41 - 95 °F
All heaters:
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
The timer is saved and shown in the display (temperature display
only for air heaters).
XXPress the control knob in order to activate the timer.
“Activate” message appears in the display.
Timers
Temperature
Mon 1
Timers
Activate
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm activation.
Activated time setting is marked by white bars.
Mo 1
“T” symbol appears in the main menu.
Quick start button flashes green when timer together with
heating is active.
Timers
8.3
Timer: Setting the ventilation mode
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired Ventilation mode.
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Only for air heaters:
Timers
Ventilation
Timers
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired fan
speed.
Level 2
All heaters:
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
The programmed timer is saved and shown in the display.
(display of fan speed only for air heaters).
Mon 1
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XXPress
the control knob in order to activate the programmed
timer.
“Activate” message appears in the display.
Timers
Activate
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm activation.
Activated time setting is marked by white bars.
“T” symbol appears in the main menu.
Quick start button flashes blue when timer together with
ventilation is active.
8.4
Mon 1
Deactivating, editing or removing timers
33 “Timer” symbol has been selected in the main menu.
33 Deactivation using the example of a ventilation timer. Proceed analogously for the heating timer.
33 Proceed for "activating", "editing" or "deleting" analogously.
XXPress the control knob.
The stored timers appear in the display. Timers are arranged in
chronological order according to days/hours. Next active timer
is displayed as the first one. (display of fan speed only for air
heaters).
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the timer.
XXPress
Timers
Mon 1
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Timers
the control knob in order to choose operation ("activate", "deactivate", "edit", "delete").
Deactivate
XXTurn
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8.5
Delete all timers
33 “Timer” symbol has been selected in the main menu.
Timers
XXPress
the control knob.
The stored timers appear in the display. (display of fan speed
only for air heaters)
XXTurn
the control knob clockwise until “Delete all” message is
shown in the display.
Mon 1
Timers
Delete all
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
“OK” is shown in the display.
Timers
Delete all
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
All programmed timers have been removed. The main menu is
shown in the display.
Timers
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9.1
Settings
General
Choose the menu element "Settings"
Settings
XXPress
XXTurn
the control knob.
control knob, choose the desired menu element.
Settings
Quick start
If altitude correction is available, this is shown as the
first menu point.
9.2
Altitude correction (if available)
Altitude correction can be switched on when operating certain heaters at higher altitudes (>1500 m).
See the operating instructions for the heater.
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXPress the control knob to select the altitude correction
function.
“Off” option is preset.
XXPress the control knob to confirm the altitude correction
function.
is shown at the
When altitude correction is active, the altitude correction symbol
top left in the main menu.
The altitude correction function must be switched off manually when it is no longer
required.
9.3
Setting the quick start button default value
Depending on your choice, the quick start button can switch on either ventilation
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made or heating mode. Quick start can be changed as required from heating mode to
ventilation mode or the reverse.
9.3.1
Setting the quick start button for heating mode
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
Settings
XXPress the control knob in order to choose “Quick start”
menu element.
Quick start
The current operating mode is displayed.
(example, ventilation mode is set)
33 Heater with selectable heating level:
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the heating level.
(example, with temperature display)
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
33 Only for air heaters:
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired
temperature.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
All heaters:
Duration flickers in the display.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired duration of an hour.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Duration for minutes flashes.
Settings
Heating
Temperature
Heating
Duration
Setting the duration for minutes is done in the same
way as the duration for hours.
The quick start button is set to heating mode.
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9.3.2
Setting the quick start button for ventilation mode
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXPress the control knob in order to choose “Quick start”
menu element.
Settings
Quick start
The current operating mode is displayed.
(example, heating mode is set)
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired “Ventilation” mode.
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
33 Only for air heaters
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired fan
speed.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
All heaters:
Duration flickers in the display.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired duration of an hour.
Settings
Settings
Level 2
Ventilation
Level 2
Ventilation
Duration
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Duration for minutes flashes.
Setting the duration for minutes is done in the same
way as the duration for hours.
The quick start button is set to ventilation mode.
If ventilation mode is not possible, set the quick start button to
heating mode.
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9.4
Setting the day of the week
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired Day.
XXPress
XXTurn
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
the control knob in order to choose the desired ”Day”.
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Settings
Weekday
Settings
Mon
Weekday
9.5
Setting the time
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Time”.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired time
mode (12/24).
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Hour flickers in the display.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose an hour.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Time (minutes) flashes.
Settings
Time
Settings
Time mode
Settings
Set time
Setting the time for minutes is done in the same way
as the time for hours.
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9.6
Language settings
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Language”.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired
language (example "English")
XXPress
9.7
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Settings
Language
Settings
English
Language
Setting the temperature unit
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Temperature unit”.
Settings
Units
XXPress
the control knob in order to choose the temperature
unit.
This setting is taken over without confirmation.
Settings
Units
9.8
Setting brightness
Depending on the installation, the screen brightness adapts using the vehicle
signal.
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Brightness”.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired value.
The adjustment value flashes
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Settings
Brightness
Settings
Brightness
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9.9
Setting screen timeout
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Screen timeout”.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired time or
“Auto” mode.
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
After selecting „Auto” mode the screen does not
switch off during active heating/ventilation. If no
heater is active then while setting “Auto” the screen
switches off after 10 seconds.
9.10
Settings
Screen timeout
Settings
Day/Night
Setting day/night illumination
In the case of the screen illumination you can select between the day and
night illumination. If „Off” option is selected then the general setting of brightness level is activated with no distinction between the day and night.
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Day/Night”.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
“Off” option is preset.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to set the value for the start
of the day, the end of the day, brightness during a day,
brightness at night.
Preset time for a day is shown in the display.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
An hour for the start of the day flickers in the display.
the control knob in order to choose the desired start of
the day an hour.
Settings
Day/Night
Settings
Day/Night
XXTurn
Settings
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Time of a minute for the start of the day flickers in the display.
Start of
daytime
Setting the minutes for start of day is done in the
same way as the hours for start of day.
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XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired hour
for end of day.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Time of a minute for the end of the day flickers in the display.
Setting the minutes for end of day is done in the
same way as the hours for end of day.
“Day” brightness level appears in the display.
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose the desired brightness level ”day”.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
“Night” brightness level appears in the display.
XXTurn
the control knob in order to choose the desired brightness level ”night”.
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
“Day/night” brightness level appears in the display.
The selected values have been saved.
Settings
End of daytime
Settings
Brightness
(Day)
Settings
Brightness
(Night)
Settings
Day/Night
9.11
Displaying the system information
There are data in the system information regarding software status and control element
status and the name of the connected heater.
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
Settings
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“System information”.
System
information
XXPress
the control knob in order to confirm selection.
The heater name is shown in the display.
Settings
Heater
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XXTurn
the control knob in order to switch between the names
of the heater and information regarding control element
(the name of the control element, status of software and
equipment).
9.12
Settings
Displaying stored error information
If heaters and other connected components show malfunctioning then such error
information codes) is saved and displayed here. Current error information is additionally
marked with “!” symbol.
When an error occurs, error information must be confirmed by pressing the control
knob. The main menu is displayed once again only after confirmation.
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
Settings
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Error message”.
Error
information
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Error message(s) is (are) shown in the display. If there is no
error message then “OK” appears in the display. If there are
more error messages then all the messages can be displayed by
turning the control knob.
XXPress
Settings
the control knob in order to return to menu element.
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9.13
Performing reset
As for reset option, all settings are restored to factory settings (standard settings are
configured by a service technician) except a day of a week and an hour.
33 The menu element "Settings" has been chosen.
Settings
XXTurn the control knob in order to choose menu element
“Reset”.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Reset
“OK” is shown in the display.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm selection.
Settings
Then the restart is performed.
Personal settings are deleted. This procedure cannot
be cancelled.
Reset
10 Cleaning
In order to clean the control element, you should use only a soft lint-free cloth. No moisture can enter the housing. You cannot use window pane cleaning agents, household
cleaners, sprays, solvents, cleaning agents contining alcohol and scouring agents for
cleaning.
11 Error message
Error messages regarding the heater will be displayed with the “F” or “H” marking and
can be found in the appropriate description of the heater. Error messages regarding the
control element are displayed by means of „T” symbol.
33 Error message is shown in the display.
XXPress the control knob in order to confirm error message.
■■ Error message is stored in error memory.
■■ If not confirmed, the error message is displayed
again (e.g. on restart or when waking up from
sleep mode).
11.1
Error codes
XXIf
error message appears in the display, please contact the technical support/ customer service.
ATTENTION
Inspections and repairs on heaters must only be carried out by trained
personnel.
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11.2
Examples of error messages for control elements
Code Description
T84
Undervoltage (supply voltage is low)
the battery and check car electrical installation.
XXCharge
Te4
Defective LED status
technical support/customer service.
XXContact
Teb
Time error
case of voltage interruption amounting to more than 8 minutes: Enter
date/hour again.
XXIn case an error appears without voltage interruption: Contact technical
support/customer service.
XXIn
T12
W-bus communication failure. Incorrect heater selected.
the procedure in the Installation Instructions.
XXContact technical support/customer service (if necessary).
XXFollow
12 Disposal
The control element must not be disposed of in domestic waste.
XXYou are requested to obey the local regulations concerning disposal of the electronic
products.
13 Service and customer services
Do you have any technical queries or a problem with your unit?
National phone numbers of our representatives are provided on www.webasto.com.
14 Technical data
Operating voltage range: 12 V to 24 V
Permissible ambient temperature:
■■ Operation: –40 °C to +75 °C
■■ Storage: –40 °C to +90 °C
At temperatures below –20 °C protective function of control element display is
active. Display and background illumination are switched off, heating status is
indicated by status of LED diode. The heater can be tuned on and off by quick
start button without any limits.
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Postfach 1410
82199 Gilching
Germany
Visitors Address:
Friedrichshafener Str. 9
82205 Gilching
Germany
www.webasto.com
Ident. No. 9030550B • 07/18 • Errors and omissions excepted • Printed in Germany • © Webasto Thermo & Comfort SE, 2018
In multilingual versions the German language is binding. If a language is
not available, please contact the Webasto Service Centre for this purpose
(see the brochure with the service phone numbers of the respective
subsidiaries).
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