Bticino AM5875 User manual

Bticino AM5875 User manual
Temperature control unit
HC/HS/HD/L/N/NT 4695
AM 5875
User manual
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Temperature control unit
User manual
Temperature control unit
User manual
Contents
Introduction and standard functions
The control unit: use it immediately!
Customizations
4
4
11
Access the Control unit menus
11
The Main menu
11
Display the zone state
12
The Mode menu
13
Setup
18
The SETUP menu
18
Programming
26
The programming menu
26
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Introduction and standard functions
The control unit: use it immediately!
The temperature control unit 4695 is a control and adjustment device for MyHOME temperature
control systems.
It can be used for heating and air-conditioning systems and its various programming possibilities
let you adjust the temperature for each hour of the day and, in a differentiated way, for every day
of the week, in each zone of the system.
You can choose to use a standard program (already saved but which you can change as required)
or create a new one by a simple programming procedure.
At any time a large backlit display shows the program set, the system state and the room
temperature.
The temperature control unit is made up of a fixed base connected to the system bus and with
pull-off front, to let the user program it and change the batteries more easily.
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2
1. Base
2. Pull-off front
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The front
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2
7
3
6
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OK
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5
1. Graphic display: displays the messages which guide the programming operations and the
system state.
2.
selection key: while the main screen is displayed, when the local zone manages fancoil actuators it can cycle between the operation speeds; inside the menu it can scroll any
functions to the left.
3.
selection key: while the main screen is displayed, when the local zone manages fancoil actuators it can cycle between the operation speeds; inside the menu it can scroll any
functions to the right.
4.
key: enters the main menu, confirms the displayed selection or the entered data.
5. Sensor: measures the temperature of the local probe.
6. C key: cancels the selection and returns to the previous page.
Keep it pressed to return to the main screen.
7.
Scroll keys: these let you change the set temperature while the main screen is being
viewed just on the local zone; when inside the menu, you can scroll the list of the options
available.
The display
During normal operation the graphic display shows the following background information:
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7
2
6
3
4
5
1. Expected temperature
2. Temperature measured
3. Mode set information
4. Date
5. Time
6. Weekly program
7. System state winter
7. Load on
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The main screen
When the Control unit display shows the main screen, depending on the mode set using the
keys you can vary the temperature by ± 3°C.
•
weekly or holidays: variation of the whole profile
•
manual or timed: variation of the setpoint
With the key you can cycle between the mode selected (E.g.: Weekly), Antifreeze or Thermal
protection and OFF and select the mode displayed by pressing .
The icon of the mode selected flashes (in weekly
mode the range corresponding to the current
time flashes). If not confirmed or, after 10 seconds
of inactivity from the last time a key is pressed,
the operation is cancelled and the main screen is
displayed with the current mode.
C
OK
C
OK
C
OK
To set the mode of operation displayed:
key
Confirm with the
The Control unit now manages the local zone
according to the new mode.
Instead the other zones still follow the program
previously set from the menu.
Editing the offset with the
keys and the cycling between the modes with the key only
have effect on the local zone and not on the whole system.
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Mode symbols
Depending on the mode of operation selected the display has the following symbols:
Weekly
Daily temperature profile and active program
number
The range corresponding to the current time will flash on the graph (for example, 11:26 will flash
on the square corresponding to the time from 11:00 to 12:00).
Manual
Manual mode Icon (hand)
Holiday
Icon of the mode, time and date of Holiday program
end
Holidays
Antifreeze or Thermal protection Icon, time and date
of Holidays program end
Timed
Manual mode Icon, number of hours and minutes to
the end of the Timed program
OFF
OFF mode Icon
Antifreeze
Antifreeze (winter)
or Thermal protection (summer) mode Icon
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Signalling symbols
External temperature
Icon signalling connection outside probe and
temperature measured.
Every 2 seconds the display of the external temperature and the room temperature alternates.
Fan-coil
The display shows whether the loads associated to
the local zone are fan-coil.
The indication of the fan speed management mode appears at the side of the icon: “A” automatic;
“1” minimum, “2” medium and “3” maximum
Battery
Battery flat signal icon
The display shows when the battery voltage drops below 2V; if the device does not have batteries
the icon does not appear.
Fault symbols
Caution
Fault signal icon.
If there is an error on one of the controlled zones the triangular caution icon is displayed. Press any
key to access the Diagnostic menu.
If the problem is not solved the Control unit will continue to give a signal on the main screen.
If both the battery flat signal and the zone error
signal appear, the icons will be displayed alternately.
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Screen saver
You can customise the Control unit display at rest by selecting one of the 4 Screen savers.
Temperature only
displays the temperature measured (factory setting)
Temperature and date/time
Main screen
displays the main screen, with all the information on
the mode selected
Off
the display remains off
With any Screen saver selected, if the battery is flat its icon is shown.
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Changing the batteries
When the display shows the following symbol
change the batteries.
The entered data are saved when the batteries are being changed
•
Take the Control unit out of its base
•
Put in 2 LR6/AA 1.5V alkaline batteries respecting the polarities shown in the drawing.
The device is supplied from bus. The two batteries are just used for the programming from
PC operations when the Control unit is not inserted on its base and to avoid being out of step
with the time when there is no power supply from the bus.
The device can however be installed without the aid of batteries. Do not leave the batteries in
the device when there will be no power from the bus for a long time, because they would go
flat in a few days.
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Customizations
This manual describes the standard functions of use and customization of the Control unit by the
final user, leaving out the configuration and maintenance parts intended for the installer and given
in the Installation manual in the CD.
Access the Control unit menus
If the Screen saver is active, press any key to enter the main screen.
Press the
key to access the MAIN MENU
C
OK
MAIN MENU
Select the menu required with the
keys
Visualize Zones
Mode
Programming
Setup
C
OK
The Main menu
The following menus can be found inside the Main menu:
Visualize zones: can display the state of the zone selected, unlike the main menu, no parameter
(setpoint or change mode) can be edited here.
Mode: can select the Control unit mode of operation:
– Weekly
– Manual
– Holiday
– Holidays
– Timed
– Antifreeze or Thermal protection
– OFF
Programming: can change the following functioning modes of your system:
– Weekly
– Holiday
Setup: can edit the following parameters:– Estate/Inverno
– Summer/Winter
– Temperature
– Date/time
– Standard time
– Remote control
– Contrast
– Screen saver
– Language
– External temperature
Maintenance: see the Installation Manual
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Display the zone state
Can display the following information on the state of the zone selected:
•
measured zone temperature
•
expected zone temperature (apart from in the OFF mode)
•
summer/winter symbol (apart from in the OFF mode)
•
load state (ON/OFF)
•
information on the mode selected
•
zone name
•
any error on the zone
•
any fan-coil mode symbol
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Enter the Main menu, Visualize zones is already
selected, press
to confirm
Visualize Zones
Mode
Programming
Setup
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The Control unit performs a probe enquiry
to confirm
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You can visualize another zone with the
press to return to the previous screen.
keys, or
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In the Control unit configuration phase your installer will have customized the zones with a
name which identifies them better in the system (E.g.: LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM etc...) while
in these examples the factory configuration has been kept. The zone with the factory name
set in “LOCAL ZONE” is the zone controlled directly by the Control unit, thanks to its internal
sensor.
Unlike the main menu, no parameter (such as setpoint or change mode) can be edited here
by means of the keys; you can only visualize the zone state completely.
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The Mode menu
This menu lets you select your system’s mode of operation. For example, selecting the Weekly
mode and setting one of the 3 programs or Manual setting a fixed temperature for all the zones
etc...
The active mode is marked by the highlighted identification number.
MODE
1:Weekly
2:Manual
3:Holiday
4:Holidays
1
1. Active mode
To access the MODE menu:
With the
keys select Mode
MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU
Visualize Zones
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4:Holidays
to confirm
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MODE
With the
keys select Weekly
1:Weekly
2:Manual
3:Holiday
4:Holidays
to confirm
PROGRAM SELECT.
With the
required
keys select the weekly program
to confirm
The main screen is displayed, showing the program
set.
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1:EXAMPLE
2:WEEK 2
3:WEEK 3
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Select the Manual mode
This can set a constant temperature in all the system zones.
MODE
With the
keys select Manual
1:Weekly
2:Manual
3:Holiday
4:Holidays
to confirm
MANUAL
With the
keys increase or decrease the
temperature value by 0.5°C
to confirm
The main screen is displayed, showing the program
set.
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Select the Holiday mode
The Holiday mode can select a particular daily profile for a set period. The program is run until the
programmed date and time. At the end of this the weekly program selected will be reset.
With the
keys select Holiday
to confirm
With the
keys increase or decrease the figure
selected
With the
keys position the cursor on the date
and time figure to modify
to confirm
With the
keys select the weekly program which
will be activated at the end of the Holiday day
to confirm
The main screen is displayed, showing the program
set.
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Select the Holidays mode
When you are away you can activate this mode which lets you keep the system in Antifreeze
or Thermal protection mode until the set date and time. At the end of this the weekly program
selected will be reset.
With the
keys select Holidays
to confirm
With the
keys increase or decrease the figure
selected
With the
keys position the cursor on the date
and time figure to modify
to confirm
With the
keys select the weekly program which
will be activated at the end of the Holidays period
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to confirm
The main screen is displayed, showing the program
set.
Select the Timed mode
Lets you run the manual mode on all the zones for a set time.
With the
keys select Timed
to confirm
With the
keys increase or decrease the
temperature by 0.5, hours and minutes by 1.
keys change from temperature to hours
With the
and minutes
to confirm
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Time:
TIMED
TIMED
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20.0
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00:00
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Select the OFF mode
Lets you switch all the system zones OFF.
MODE
With the
3:Holiday
4:Holidays
5:Timed
6:OFF
keys select OFF
to confirm
Select Antifreeze or Thermal protection
Lets you set the Antifreeze (Winter) or Thermal protection (Summer) temperature in all the system
zones.
•
Antifreeze (7°C factory value)
•
Thermal protection (35C factory value)
MODE
With the
keys select Antifreeze
to confirm
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4:Holidays
5:Timed
6:OFF
7:Antifreeze
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Setup
The SETUP menu
This menu lets you customise some Control unit operation settings, without the risk of affecting its
correct working.
To access the SETUP menu:
With the
keys select Setup
to confirm
MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU
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Set Summer/Winter operation
With this operation you can set the system mode of operation (default is Winter):
Summer = cooling, Winter = heating
With the
keys select Summer/Winter
to confirm
the display shows the mode of operation set: Winter
to confirm
the display shows the new setting: Summer
SETUP
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to return to the previous page
Before performing the switching, perform all the operations on the hydraulic system
necessary for it to work correctly.
When switching the Antifreeze (for Winter) or Thermal protection (for Summer) mode is set.
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Set the Temperature levels
With this operation you can set the Antifreeze or Thermal protection T* temperature and the
temperature levels T1, T2 and T3 used in the weekly programs.
In the factory settings the 3 levels are the same for all the zones:
Winter: T*= 7.0°C T1= 18.0°C T2= 20°C T3= 22°C
Summer: Tp= 35.0°C T1= 20.0°C T2= 23°C T3= 25°C
keys select Temperature
With the
to confirm
With the
zone
keys select ALL ZONES or the single
to confirm
With the
keys select the temperature level
to confirm
With the
keys select the temperature level
required (increment + 0.5°C)
to cancel
to confirm
to return to the previous page
SETUP
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To guarantee correct system working the Control unit automatically checks that T3 is higher
than T2 and T2 higher than T1.
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Set current Date and Time
For your system to work correctly it is important that the date and time set are correct.
With the
keys select Date/time
to confirm
the display shows the date and time set.
Set current date and time:
With the
keys increase/decrease the selected
figure by + 1
With the
keys scroll the date/time figures
to confirm
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aa
rt
du
D
a
t
e
/
t
i
m
etriem e
T
Sa
tt
ae
n/
dt
ai
rm
d et i m e
D
Standard time
CHANGE TIME/DATE
CHANGE TIME/DATE
TCiHmAeN:G E T I M E /0D8A:T2E1
Di
am
te:
07/07
T
8/
:0
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1
Di
am
te:
07/07
T
8/
:0
27
1
0a
8t
:e
2:
1
Sat
07
7/
J0
u7
l
D
07/0
08:21
Sat
07Jul
08:21
Sat
07Jul
Temperature control unit
User manual
Set the Standard time
For the standard time you can set one of the following modes:
Manual: the standard time must be updated manually
Automatic: changes summer/winter time automatically, according to the following rule:
– changes to summer time on the last Sunday of March at 02:00
– returns to winter time on the last Sunday of October at 03:00
With the
keys select Standard time
to confirm
The display shows the screen indicating the state set
(Manual).
to switch from Manual to Automatic
The display shows the screen indicating the state set
(Automatic).
to return to the previous page
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SETUP
SETUP
S u m m e rS/EwTiUnPt e r
Tu
em
mm
pe
er
r/
aw
ti
un
rt
eer
S
De
am
tp
ee
/r
ta
it
mu
er
T
S
u
m
/
w
i
ne
ter
S
t
a
n
d
a
r
d
D
Ta
et
me
p/
et
ri
am
te
utriem e
S
Dt
aa
tn
ed
/a
tr
id
m et i m e
Standard time
STANDARD TIME
STANDARD TIME
S T A NSDtAaRtDe :T I M E
M
Sa
tn
au
ta
el
:
M
a
n
u
Stata
el
:
A uMtaonmuaatli c
Automatic
Automatic
STANDARD TIME
STANDARD TIME
S T A NSDtAaRtDe :T I M E
A uSttoamtaet:i c
A uSttoamtaet:i c
A uMtaonmuaatli c
Manual
Manual
SETUP
SETUP
S u m m e rS/EwTiUnPt e r
Tu
em
mm
pe
er
r/
aw
ti
un
rt
eer
S
D
a
tp
e
/r
ta
i
m
e
T
Se
um
me
/t
wu
ir
ne
ter
S
t
a
n
d
a
r
d
D
Ta
et
me
p/
et
ri
am
te
utriem e
S
Dt
aa
tn
ed
/a
tr
id
m et i m e
Standard time
Temperature control unit
User manual
Enable/disable the remote control
You can enable/disable the remote control for remote management via your system’s MyHome
portal. Remote management lets you know and control the temperature of each zone remotely
and edit the mode of operation. For more information consult your MyHOME installer.
SETUP
SETUP
T e m p e rSaEtTuUrPe
With the
keys select Remote control
D
Ta
et
me
p/
et
ri
am
te
ure
S
t
a
n
d
a
r
d
D
a
t
e
/
t
i
mu
etriem e
Temperat
R
e
m
o
t
e
Sa
tt
ae
n/
dt
ai
rcm
doen
tt
ir
mo
el
D
Rt
ea
mn
od
ta
e rcdo t
ni
tm
re
ol
S
to confirm
Remote control
REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
R E M OSTtEaCtOeN:T R O L
eSntaabtlee:d
The display shows the screen indicating the state set
eSntaabtlee:d
(enabled).
D
ei
ns
aa
bb
ll
ee
d
Disable
Disable
CONTROLLO REMOTO
to switch from enabled to disabled
CONTROLLO REMOTO
C O N T RSOtLaLtOeR:E M O T O
dS
it
sat
be
l:
ed
dS
it
sat
be
l:
ed
The display shows the screen indicating the state set
Es
na
ab
bl
le
ed
di
(disabled).
Enable
Enable
SETUP
SETUP
to return to the previous page
T e m p e rSaEtTuUrPe
D
Ta
et
me
p/
et
ri
am
te
ure
Adjust the display Contrast
S
t
a
n
d
a
r
d
D
a
t
e
/
t
i
mu
etriem e
Temperat
R
Se
tm
ao
nt
de
ai
rcm
doen
tt
ir
mo
el
D
a
t
e
/
t
Here you can adjust the graphic display contrast value for the best
reading.
R
e
m
o
t
e
c
o
n
t
r
ol
Standard time
Remote control
SETUP
SETUP
D a t e / tSiEmTeU P
With the
keys select Contrast
S
Dt
aa
tn
ed
/a
tr
id
m et i m e
Ra
et
me
o/
tt
ei
ni
tm
re
ol
S
t
a
n
d
a
rcm
doet
D
C
o
n
t
r
a
scd
to t
Rt
ea
mn
od
ta
er
ni
tm
re
ol
S
Ce
om
no
tt
re
a scto n t r o l
R
to confirm
Contrast
CONTRAST
CONTRAST
I n c r eCaOsNeT R
bA
yST
Increase by
With the
keys adjust the contrast level
D
Ie
nc
cr
re
ea
as
se
e b
by
y
Decrease by
Decrease by
SETUP
SETUP
D a t e / tSiEmTeU P
S
Dt
aa
tn
ed
/a
tr
id
m et i m e
R
Se
tm
ao
nt
de
ai
rcm
doen
tt
ir
mo
el
D
a
t
e
/
t
C
o
n
t
r
a
s
t
R
e
m
o
t
e
c
o
n
t
r
ol
Standard time
Ce
om
no
tt
re
a scto n t r o l
R
Contrast
to confirm
to return to the previous page
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Temperature control unit
User manual
Select the Screen saver
You can select from the following screen savers:
– Temp. only - displays the measured temperature only
– emp./Date/Time - displays the measured temperature and date/time
– Main - displays the complete main screen
– Off - the display is completely OFF
SETUP
With the
keys select Screen saver
to confirm
The display shows the selection set.
With the
screen)
keys select the Screen saver (e.g. Main
to confirm
S t a n d aSrEdT UtPi m e
Remote control
S
Ct
oa
nn
td
rar
sd
t time
R
Se
cm
ro
et
ee
n c
so
an
vt
erol
Contrast
Screen saver
SCREEN SAVER
T e mSpC.RoEnElNyS A V E R
Temp/Date/Time
T
Me
am
ip
n .s o
cn
rl
ey
en
T
De
im
sp/
lD
aa
y toef/fT i m e
Main screen
Display off
SCREEN SAVER
T e mSpC.RoEnElNyS A V E R
Temp/Date/Time
T
Me
am
ip
n .s o
cn
rl
ey
en
T
De
im
sp/
lD
aa
y toef/fT i m e
Main screen
Display off
SETUP
S t a n d aSrEdT UtPi m e
Remote control
S
Ct
oa
nn
td
rar
sd
t time
R
Se
cm
ro
et
ee
n c
so
an
vt
erol
Contrast
Screen saver
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Temperature control unit
User manual
Select the Language
Selects the language for the menu (default is italian).
With the
keys select Language
to confirm
The display shows the language set.
With the
English)
keys select the language required (e.g.
to confirm
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IMPOSTAZIONI
IMPOSTAZI
O
N
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No
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C oInMtPrOoSlTlAoZr
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tr
ro
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sto
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to
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r
a
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t
o
C
o
n
t
r
a
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t
o
C
o
n
t
r
o
l
l
o
r
e
m
o
to
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g
u
a
S
c
r
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n
s
S
c
r
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e
n
sta
aov
ve
er
r
C
o
n
t
r
a
s
L
in
gu
a
L
Si
cn
rg
eu
ea
n saver
L i n g uLaI N G U A
LINGUA
E n g l iLsIhN G U A
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np
ga
lñ
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sIl
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n
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np
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sl
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aç
ña
oi
ls
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l
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a
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Français
I t a l iLaInNoG U A
LINGUA
D e u t sLcIhN G U A
Ls
Ih
NGUA
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n
g
l
i
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u
t
s
c
h
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u
t
s
c
h
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s
p
a
ñ
o
l
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n
g
l
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s
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n
g
l
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s
c
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F
r
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a
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s
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s
p
a
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p
a
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g
l
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s
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Fr
ran
nça
ais
s
F
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paç
ñoi
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F r a n ç aSiEsT U P
SETUP
R e m o t eS EcToUnPt r o l
C
Ro
en
mt
or
ta
eSsEc
ctTo
oUn
nPt
tr
ro
ol
l
R
e
m
o
t
e
S
c
r
e
e
n
s
a
v
Co
on
nt
tr
ra
as
st
t er
C
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e
m
o
t
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cn
rg
eu
ea
n gc
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vt
er
rol
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c
r
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n
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v
e
r
C
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n
t
r
a
s
t
La
an
ng
gu
ua
age
L
S
cr
ee
n gsea v e r
Language
Temperature control unit
User manual
Set the external temperature
You can activate the display of the temperature from an external probe, if this has been correctly
installed in the system.
With the
keys select External temperature
to confirm
With the
values 1÷9
keys scroll the probe address
SETUP
SETUP
C o n t r aSsEtT U P
EstTaUvPe r
S
c
C
or
ne
te
rn
aSs
C
Lo
an
nt
gr
ua
as
gst
ea v e r
S
c
r
e
e
n
S
c
r
e
e
n
st
av
C
o
n
t
r
a
s
E
x
t
e
n
a
l
te
er
mp.
L
a
n
g
u
a
g
e
L
a
n
g
u
a
g
e
S
c
r
e
e
n
s
a
v
e
Ex
xte
ern
nal
l ter
mp.
E
Lat
ngr
uaa
ge temp.
Et
Xe
Tr
En
Ra
Nl
A Lt e
Tm
Ep
M.
P.
Ex
E
X
T
E
R
N
A
L
T
E
M
P.
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AEd
dXd
dTr
rEe
eRs
sNs
sA:
:L T E M P .1
1
A
A d dNroets sa:c t i v e
With the
keys change the state of activation Not
active/Active
No
ot
t a
ac
ct
ti
iv
ve
e
N
EXT
NE
oR
t NaAcLt T
iE
vM
eP.
E
X
T
E
R
N
A
L
T
E
M
P.
AEdXdTrEeRsNsA:L T E M P .5
E XdTrEeRsNsA:L T E M P .5
A
Ad
ddress:
5
A d d r eAscst:i v e
A
Ac
ct
ti
iv
ve
e
AScEtTiUvPe
SETUP
C o n t r aSsEtT U P
So
cn
rt
er
ea
nSsEstTaUvPe r
C
C
o
n
t
r
a
Lc
ar
ne
ge
un
as
gst
ea v e r
S
S
c
r
e
e
n
st
C
o
n
t
r
a
s
E
x
t
e
n
a
la v
te
er
mp.
L
La
an
ng
gu
ua
ag
gse
ea v e r
S
c
r
e
e
n
E
x
t
e
r
n
a
l
t
e
m
Ea
xn
tg
eu
ra
ng
ae
l temp
p.
.
L
External temp.
to confirm
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1
5
Temperature control unit
User manual
Programming
The programming menu
Using the Programming menu you can customise the following modes of operation of your
system:
Weekly
With the weekly mode your system works automatically following the programming set. You can
choose from three programs which you can customise. Inside the programs the temperature can
be differentiated over 24 hours and for each day of the week as you require.
The “Example” program is preset but can be modified.
Holiday
The Holiday mode can select a particular daily profile for a set period. The program is run until the
programmed date and time, after which the weekly program chosen will be reset.
To access the PROGRAMMING menu:
MAIN MENU
With the
keys select Programming
Visualize Zones
Mode
Programming
Setup
to confirm
PROGRAMMING
Weekly
Holiday
Weekly programming
Up to 3 weekly programs can be created for each of the two functions (heating and cooling). For
each program it is possible to determine different daily temperature profiles (0h-24h) for every day
and for every zone.
With the
keys select Weekly
to confirm
The following functions are available for the program
selected:
Use the
keys to select the function required.
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PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
Weekly
W
ee
kl
yy
H
Wo
el
ei
kd
la
y
Holiday
Holiday
PROGRAM SELECT.
ROGRAM SELECT.
EP
PXRAOMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
E
X
LE
WX
EA
EM
KP
E
A
M
P2L E
WEEK 2
3
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 3
Rename
Rename
Rename
Rename
Rename
Rename
Modify
Modify
Modify
Copy from
Copy from
Copy from
Visualize
Visualize
Visualize
Erase
Erase
Erase
Temperature control unit
User manual
Rename a Weekly program
On selecting this function you can assign a name which better identifies the program selected
(max 13 characters).
With the
keys select the program to be renamed
(E.g.: Week 2)
to confirm
With the
keys to position the cursor on the
character you want to change;
use the
keys to scroll the alphanumeric
characters (only uppercase), numbers and special
characters, starting from the one that is selected:
PROGRAM SELECT.
RAOMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
EP
PX
RAOMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
E
X
W
E
EK
2L E
E
X
WEA
EM
K P2
3
W
E
E
K
WEEK 2
3
WEEK 3
Rename
Rename
Rename
PROGRAM SELECT.
RAOMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
EP
PX
R OMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
E
X
WX
IA
NM
TP
EL
R WEEK
E
A
W
N
T
E3R EW E E K
WI
E
E
K
I
N
T
E
W E E K 3R W E E K
WEEK 3
Memorize
Memorize
Memorize
PROGRAM SELECT.
RAOMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
EP
PX
R OMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
E
X
WEIXNA
EEK
ATME
PR
L EW
WI
WEEK
EN
ET
KE
3R
W
I
N
T
E
R
W
EEK
WEEK 3
WEEK 3
Modify
Modify
Modify
to confirm, to cancel
Copy a Weekly program
This function lets you copy a previously programmed weekly program into another. For example
copy the EXAMPLE program (preset in the factory) in Week 2.
to confirm
With the
keys select the program you want to
copy from (E.g.: EXAMPLE)
to confirm
The message “Copy” is displayed
PROGRAM
EPXRAOMGPRLAEM
EPE
XRE
AOK
MGPR2LAEM
W
W
3L E
EE
XE
AK
M P2
WEEK 2
3
W E E KC o3p y
Copy
Copy
COPY
E X A MCPOLPEY
E
WX
EA
EM
KCPO2LPEY
W
3L E
EE
XE
AK
M P2
WEEK 3
2
W E E KC o3p y
Copy
Copy
from
from
from
FROM
FROM
FROM
from
from
from
Copy
Copy
f r o m : ECXoApMyP L E
f
tr
oo
: mW:EEEXKA M2P L E
tr
oo
: mW:EEEXKA M2P L E
f
to: WEEK 2
PROGRAM
EPXRAOMGPRLAEM
EPE
XRE
AOK
MGPR2LAEM
W
2L E
W
EE
XE
AK
M P3
3
WEEK 2
W E E KC o3p y
Copy
Copy
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SELECT.
SELECT.
SELECT.
SELECT.
SELECT.
SELECT.
from
from
from
Temperature control unit
User manual
Display a Weekly program
This function lets you display the daily profiles associated with each zone for the selected Weekly
program.
With the
keys select the program
to confirm
With the
keys select the day
to confirm
With the
keys select the zone
With the
keys you can display the other zones
or
or to return to the previous page
press
28
PROGRAM SELECT.
WPXRAOMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
W
eRe
kGPR2LAEM S E L E C T .
O
WP
PX
RA
OM
G R3A M S E L E C T .
W
e
e
k
X
A
W
e
e
k
WXAM
MP
P2L
LE
E
W
3
We
ee
ek
kV i2
2
s
ualize
W
We
ee
ek
k 3
3
Visualize
V
i
s
u
a
l
i
z
VE
iX
sA
uM
aP
lL
iE
ze
e
EXAMPLE
T h u r sEdXaAyM P L E
E
XAMPLE
F
Tr
hi
ud
ra
sy
day
S
a
t
u
r
d
ay
T
h
u
r
s
Fh
ru
ir
ds
ad
ya
T
y
S
u
n
d
a
y
F
r
i
S
a
t
u
r
d
Fridayay
Sa
a
t
u
r
d
ay
y
ut
nu
dr
ad
ya
S
S
u
n
d
a
y
S u n d aSyu n d a y
Sunday
L O C A LSZuOnNdEa y
Sunday
Z
LO
ON
CE
A L2 Z O N E
Z
O
N
E
3
L
C
A
Z
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N
E
LO
ON
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AL
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ZO
ON
NE
E
Z
2
ZO
ON
NE
E 4
3
Z
2
Z
4
ZO
ON
NE
E 3
3
Z
O
N
E
4
ZONE 4
EXAMPLE
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n
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6
12
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0
6
12
18 24
0
6
1
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24
4
0
6
12
2
1
Temperature control unit
User manual
Remove a Weekly program
This function lets you remove a weekly program, thus resuming the default name, the profiles of
all zones and setting the program in antifreeze or thermal protection mode.
With the
keys select the program to remove
to confirm
With the
keys select YES
to confirm
PROGRAM SELECT.
EPXRAOMGPRLAEM S E L E C T .
W
EPI
XRN
AOT
MGE
PRR
LAEMW ESEEKL E C T .
W
E
E
K
3
WX
IA
NM
TP
EL
R EW E E K
E
W
WE
IE
NK
T E3RE rWaEsEeK
WEEK 3
Erase
Erase
Erasing of
W
EI
rN
aT
sE
iR
n gW E
oE
fK
W
I
N
T
E
R
W
E
EK
Erasi
Yn
Eg
S o fN O
WINTER WEEK
YES
NO
YES
NO
ROGRAM SELECT.
ER
XO
AG
MR
PA
LM
E SELECT.
W
E
E
K
2
ER
XAG
MR
PA
LM
E
W
EO
EK
3 SELECT.
W
EE
XE
AK
M P L2E
W
WE
EE
EK
K E3
2r a s e
WEEK 3
Erase
Erase
All the factory settings (profile and name) are resumed for the cancelled program.
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Modify a Weekly program
On selecting this function you can modify the weekly program selected, associating a daily profile
to each zone.
With the
EXAMPLE)
keys select the program to modify (E.g.:
to confirm
With the
Sunday)
keys select the day of the week (E.g.:
It is possible to use the
keys to select also the
function:
Copy from lets you copy the program from another
previously-programmed day.
With the
keys select the zone (E.g.: LOCAL
ZONE)
to confirm
It is possible to use the
keys to select also the
functions:
Copy from lets you copy the program of the selected
day from another zone;
Visualize lets you display the profile of the day.
The profile displayed can now be modified.
PROGRAM SELECT.
EXAMPLE
WPEREOKG R2A M S E L E C T .
W
EE
XE
AK
M P3L E
WEEK 2
W E E K 3M o d i f y
PROGRAM SELECT.
EPXRAOMGPRMLAoEMd iSfEyL E C T .
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M
P2O
LI
ECE DAY
WX
EA
EC
KH
W
3y
FE
rE
iK
d a2
W
K
SE
aE
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dI
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S
u
n
d
F r i aMyo d i f y
S a t u rMdoadyi f y
S u n d aMyo d i f y
CHOICE DAY
FriC
dH
aMO
yoIdCiEfDyA Y
Fa
rt
iu
dr
ad
yay
S
an
td
ua
ry
day
Su
SZ
uO
nN
dE
a yS E L E C T I O N
L O C A LMZ
oO
dN
iE
fy
ZZ
OO
NN
ECEo2MpSoyEdLifEfrCyoTmI O N
Z
LON
CE
A L3 Z O N E
ZONE 2
Modify
ZONE 3
ZONE SELECTION
LZ
OO
CN
AE
LMS
ZoE
OdL
NiEfCyT I O N
LON
CE
A L2 Z O N E
Z
ZONE 3
2
ZONE 3
Modify
L O C A L MZoOdNiEf y
Sun
00:00
T1 18.0C
LOCAC
L oZpOyN f
Erom Sun
00:00
T1 18.0C
Visualize
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Sun
0O
0C
:A
06L
0 Z O1N2ET 1 1
.u
02n
C4
0L
18
8S
00:00
T1 18.0C
0
0
30
6
6
12
12
18
18
24
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Holiday programming
Can program a daily profile for each zone (as base the Sunday profile of the Example program is
associated with each zone).
PROGRAMMING
With the
Weekly
PiR
RdO
OaG
GyR
RA
AM
MM
MI
IN
NG
G
H o lP
keys select Holiday
We
ee
ek
kl
ly
y
W
H
o
l
i
d
ay
y
Holida
to confirm
ZONE SELECTION
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
Z
O
N
E3 S
SE
EL
LE
EC
CT
TI
IO
ON
N
ZZ
OO
NN
EE
L
O
C
A
L
Z
O
N
E
LOCAL ZONE
ZO
ON
NE
E 2
2M o d i f y
Z
ZO
ON
NE
E 3
3
Z
The following functions are available for the program
selected:
Mo
od
di
if
fy
y
M
Use the
Copy from
M
Mo
od
di
if
fy
y
Visualize
C
Co
op
py
y f
fr
ro
om
m
keys to select the function required
V
Vi
is
su
ua
al
li
iz
ze
e
Modify
On selecting this function you can modify the daily profile associated to each zone.
With the
ZONE SELECTION
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
ZZ
OO
NN
E E3 S E L E C T I O N
LOCAL ZONE
Z O N E 2M o d i f y
ZONE 3
keys select the ZONE
L O C A L MZoOdNiEf y
00:00
T1 18.0C
to confirm
The profile displayed can now be modified.
LOCAL ZONE
00:00
T1 18.0C
0
6
12
18 24
0L O C A6L Z O1N2E
18 24
21:00
T3 22.0C
LOCAL ZONE
21:00
T3 22.0C
0
6
12
18 24
0
6 E S E1L2E C T1I8O N 2 4
ZON
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
ZZ
OO
NN
E E3 S E L E C T I O N
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
Modify
ZONE 3
Modify
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Copy from
Lets you copy the daily profile from a previously-programmed zone.
With the
keys select the ZONE you want to copy
the profile to
Z O NCEo pSyE LfErCoTmI O N
to confirm
With the
keys select the ZONE you want to
copy the profile from
to confirm
Display
Lets you display the daily profile associated with each zone.
With the
ZONE SELECTION
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
ZZ
OO
NN
E E3 S E L E C T I O N
LOCAL ZONE
Z O N EC o2p y f r o m
ZONE 3
keys select the ZONE
LOCAL ZONE
ZZ
OO
NN
E E2 S E L E C T I O N
ZONE 3
L
ZO
OC
NA
E L4 Z O N E
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZZ
OO
NN
E E4 S E L E C T I O N
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
ZZ
OO
NN
E E3 S E L E C T I O N
LOCAL ZONE
Z O N EC o2p y f r o m
ZONE 3
ZONE SELECTION
L O C ACLo pZyO NfEr o m
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
Copy from
to confirm
ZONE SELECTION
The display shows the profile programmed for the
zone selected
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
ZONE SELECTION
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
Copy from
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Daily profile modification tools
Information shown on the display:
1
2
LOCAL ZONE
Sun
00:00
T1 18.0C
9
8
0
6
12
18
7
1. Zone name
2. Day
3. Temperature level
4. T3
5. T2
6. T1
7. Time axis
8. Cursor
9. Time corresponding to the cursor position
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3
4
5
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Temperature control unit
User manual
How to use the cursor keys:
move the cursor along the time axis
change from SCROLL mode to MODIFY in the MODIFY mode scroll the temperature levels
change from MODIFY mode to SCROLL in SCROLL mode confirms quitting Modify
to return to the previous page without saving
There are two modes of work:
SCROLL
Characterised by an arrow-shaped cursor, lets you, using the
time axis without making any modification to the daily profile.
1
keys, move the cursor along the
LOCAL ZONE
Sun
00:00
T1 18.0C
0
6
12
18
24
1. Arrow cursor
MODIFY
Characterised by a “pencil”-shaped cursor and by the indicated temperature level, lets you, using
the
, keys, move the cursor along the time axis to set the temperature level selected.
1
2
LOCAL ZONE
Sun
00:00
T1 18.0C
0
6
12
1. Temperature level
2. Pencil cursor
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24
Temperature control unit
User manual
Create a new daily profile
We recommend you follow the procedure described in this example step by step, as a useful
instrument for becoming familiar with the “Modify” and ”Scroll” mode of work and the use of the
cursor keys.
Example: creation of the following daily temperature profile for “Monday.
1. from 00:00 to 06:00 - 18°C (T1)
2. from 06:00 to 09:00 - 22°C (T3)
3. from 09:00 to 16:30 - 20°C (T2)
4. from 16:30 to 22:00 - 22°C (T3)
5. from 22:00 to 24:00 - 20°C (T2)
Temperature levels set
T1 = 18°C T2 = 20°C T3 = 22°C
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Procedure:
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
00 0
::
00 0
TT
** 77
..
00
CC
LOCAL
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
0000::0000
TT** 77..00CC
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
00:00
T1 18.0C
00
66
1122 1188 2244
LOCAL
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
0000::0000
TT** 77..00CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
00:00
T1 18.0C
00
66
1122
1188 2244
0LOCAL6ZONE
18
LOCAL
ZONE1 2
Mon
Mon2 4
0066::0000
TT33 2222..00CC
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
09:00
T3 22.0C
00
66
1122 1188 2244
LOCAL
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
0066::0000
TT33 2222..00CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
09:00
T3 22.0C
00
66
1122
1188 2244
0LOCAL6ZONE
1 8Mon
LOCAL
ZONE1 2
Mon2 4
1166::3300
TT22 2200..00CC
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
16:30
T3 22.0C
00
66
1122 1188 2244
LOCAL
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
1166::3300
TT22 2200..00CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
16:30
T3 22.0C
00
66
1122
1188 2244
0LOCAL6ZONE
1 8Mon
LOCAL
ZONE1 2
Mon2 4
2222::0000
TT22 2200..00CC
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
23:45
T2 20.0C
66
1122 1188 2244
00
LOCAL
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
20222::00060
1T2T22 220
10.
8.00CC
24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
23:45
T2 20.0C
66
1122 1188 2244
00
0
6
12
18
24
00
66 11
22 11
88 22
44
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
000
::
000
TT
** 77
..
00
CC
LOCAL
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
0000::0000
TT11 1188..00CC
0 0LOCAL
6 6 ZONE
11
22 11
8 8 Mon
22
44
06:00
T1 18.0C
00
66
1122 1188 2244
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
LOCAL
LOCAL
ZONET T
Mon
0
0
66
::
0 0 0ZONE
3 32 2 2
.Mon
.
0
0
CC
0000::0000
TT11 1188..00CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
06:00
T1 18.0C
00
66 11
22 11
88 22
44
0LOCAL
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188
2244
ZONE
Mon
Mon
00
66
::
000
TT
3 32 2 2
..
00
CC
0LOCAL6ZONE
12
1 8Mon
24
LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
0099::0000
TT33 2222..00CC
0 0LOCAL
6 6 ZONE
11
22 11
8 8 Mon
22
44
09:00
T2 20.0C
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188
2244
0LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
Mon
LOCAL
LOCAL
ZONE
ZONET T
Mon
1
1
66
::
33
00
2 22 2
00
.Mon
.
00
CC
0099::0000
TT33 2222..00CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
09:00
T2 20.0C
00
66 11
22 11
88 22
44
0LOCAL
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188Mon
2244
ZONE
Mon
11
66
::
33
00
TT
2 22 2
00
..
00
CC
0LOCAL6ZONE
12
1 8Mon
24
LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
1166::3300
TT33 2222..00CC
0 0LOCAL
6 6 ZONE
11
22 11
8 8 Mon
22
44
22:00
T3 22.0C
0LOCAL
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188
2244
ZONE
Mon
Mon
LOCAL
LOCAL
ZONE
ZONET T
Mon
2
22
::
00 0
2 22 2
00
.Mon
.
00
CC
1166::3300
TT33 2222..00CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
22:00
T3 22.0C
6
6
1
1
2
2
1
1
8
8
22
44
00
0LOCAL
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188Mon
2244
ZONE
Mon
222
::
000
TT
2 22 2
00
..
00
CC
0LOCAL6ZONE
12
1 8Mon
24
LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
2233::4455
TT22 2200..00CC
6 6 ZONE
11
22 11
8 8 Mon
22
44
0 0LOCAL
23:45
T2 20.0C
00
66
1122 1188 2244
LOCAL
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
20233::44565
00
..00C2
C4
1T2T22 22
1
8
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
23:45
T2 20.0C
00
66
1122 1188 2244
0
6
12
18
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
00:00
T* 7.0C
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
00 0
::
00 0
TT
1 11 1
88
..
00
CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
00:00
T* 7.0C
00
66 11
22 11
88 22
44
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZONE
Mon
Mon
000
::
000
TT
1 11 1
88
..
00
CC
0LOCAL
6 ZONE
12
1 8 Mon
24
LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
0066::0000
TT11 1188..00CC
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
00
66
::
00 0
0
6
1
LOCAL ZONE
00:00
00
66 1
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
00
66
::
000
0
6
1
0LOCAL
0
6 6ZONE
11
22 11
88
22
44
Mon
06:00
T3 22.0C
0LOCAL
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188Mon
2244
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Mon
LOCAL
Mon
Mon
0LOCAL
0
99
::
0 0 ZONE
0ZONET T
3 32 2 2
.
.
00
CC
0066::0000
TT11 1188..00CC
0
6
12
18 24
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
06:00
T3 22.0C
00
66 11
22 11
88 22
44
0LOCAL
0 LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188Mon
2244
ZONE
Mon
0LOCAL
0
6 6ZONE
1
09:00
0LOCAL
0
6 6ZONE
11
22 11
8 8Mon
22
44
16:30
T2 20.0C
0 LOCAL
0
6 6ZONE
1
16:30
0LOCAL
0
6 6ZONE
11
22 11
8 8Mon
22
44
22:00
T2 20.0C
0LOCAL
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188Mon
2244
ZONE
Mon
LOCAL
Mon
Mon
2LOCAL
2
33
::
44
5ZONE
5ZONET T
2 22 2
00
.
.
00
CC
000 1 2TT33 212282..002
CC4
02222::06
0LOCAL
0
6 6ZONE
1
23:45
00
99
::
000
TT
3 32 2 2
..
00
CC
0LOCAL
6 ZONE
12
1 8 Mon
24
LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
0099::0000
TT22 2200..00CC
0LOCAL
0LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188Mon
2244
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Mon
LOCAL
Mon
Mon
1LOCAL
1
66
::
33
0ZONE
0ZONET T
3 32 2 2
.
.
00
CC
000 1 2TT22 2
CC
00099::06
120
80..00
2
4
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
16:30
T2 20.0C
00
66 11
22 11
88 22
44
0LOCAL
0 LOCAL
66ZONE
1
1
2
2244
ZONE2 1188Mon
Mon
11
66
::
33
00
TT
3 32 2 2
..
00
CC
0LOCAL
6 ZONE
12
1 8 Mon
24
LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
2222::0000
TT33 2222..00CC
LOCAL ZONE
Mon
21
08
. 02C2
0202 : 0606 1 1
2T22 1
8
44
0LOCAL
0 LOCAL
66ZONE
1122 1188Mon
2244
ZONE
Mon
22
33
::
44
55
TT
2 22 2
00
..
00
CC
6 ZONE
12
1 8 Mon
24
0LOCAL
LOCAL
ZONE
Mon
2233::4455
TT22 2200..00CC
00
66 11
22 11
88 22
44
00
66
1122 1188 2244
LOCAL
Mon
LOCAL ZONE
ZONE
Mon
2233::4455
TT22 2200..00CC
00
66
1122
1188 2244
24
confirms and goes to the SCROLLING mode; cancels and goes back to the days list.
36
LOCAL ZONE
00:00
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
00
99
::
00 0
0
6
1
LOCAL ZONE
09:00
00
66 1
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
00
99
::
000
0
6
1
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
22 2
::
00 0
0
6
LOCAL ZONE
16:30
00
66 1
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
222
::
000
0
6
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
22
33
::
44
55
0
6
LOCAL ZONE
02
0 3 : 4656 1
LOCAL
LOCALZONE
ZON
22
33
::
44
55
0
6
00
66
1
Temperature control unit
User manual
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