Stelpro ST402NP Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat for Electric Baseboards and Convectors in White Instructions

Stelpro ST402NP Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat for Electric Baseboards and Convectors in White Instructions
INSTALLATION
OWNER’S MANUAL
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NON-PROGRAMMABLE ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT
FOR BASEBOARDS AND CONVECTORS
ST302NP
WARNING
Turn off the power supply.
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ATTACH THE MOUNTING PLATE
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
THE THERMOSTAT MUST BE INSTALLED BY A CERTIFIED
ELECTRICIAN.
Connect the thermostat to a 120 to 240 VAC power source ONLY and
comply with load limits.
1. Loosen the screw [A] at the top of the thermostat [B]
without removing it.
2. Separate the mounting plate [C] from the thermostat. Pull
the top of the plate and rotate it as shown.
3. Take the power wires [D] out of the junction box [E] and
run them through the large opening in the center of the
mounting plate [F].
4. Using the two (2) mounting screws provided [G], attach
the thermostat mounting plate to the junction box [E]. The
plate can be centered on the junction box or shifted to the
left or right.
Turn off the power supply before installation and maintenance. Leave at least 12 in. (30 cm) clearance around
the thermostat to ensure that it is properly vented.
INITIAL SETTINGS
ATTACH THE THERMOSTAT
To begin with, follow the on-screen instructions to adjust your
or
to change your selection
thermostat’s settings. Press
to confirm.
and
1. Temperature format: °C / °F (Celsius / Fahrenheit)
2. ECO mode setpoint temperature (5 °C to 30 °C / 41 °F to
86 °F). By default, the ECO mode setpoint is 17 °C / 63 °F.
1. Using the alignment guide, hook the bottom [A] of the
thermostat into the bottom of the plate. Be sure not to jam
the wires between the thermostat and mounting plate.
2. Rotate the thermostat upwards [B] and attach it on the top
hook of the mounting plate.
3. Tighten the screw at the top of the thermostat [C] to hold it
in place securely.
4. Restore the power at the circuit breaker.
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NOTE: If you need to remove the thermostat, follow step 1 in
section 1, then use a straight screwdriver to unhook it from the
top of the mounting plate.
PRODUCT CODE
ST252NP
ST302NP
ST402NP
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
LOAD AT 120 V
LOAD AT 240 V
VOLTS
WATTS
WATTS
120-240
150-1250
150-1500
150-2000
300-2500
300-3000
300-4000
Resistive
60 Hz
-40 °C to 50 °C (-40 °F to 122 °F)
-20 °C to 50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F).
Operating temperature
LC display less effective below 0 °C (32 °F)
Humidity
5 % to 98 % without condensation
Action
Type 1.Y
Pollution degree
2
Software
Class A
Rated impulse voltage
Category II (1500 V)
Independently mounted control for surface mounting
Thermistor used as a sensor, carries no load current
Overload protection device external to the control: circuit breaker
(refer to local electrical code)
Load control type
Frequency
Storage temperature
BEFORE YOU GET STARTED
• The box contains one (1) thermostat with mounting plate,
two (2) mounting screws, two (2) twist-on wire connectors
and one (1) owner’s manual.
• To install this thermostat, you will need a #2 Phillips screwdriver.
• Install your thermostat about 5 ft (1.5 m) from the floor on
an inside wall facing the heating system.
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INTERFACE
CONNECT THE POWER
SUPPLY WIRES
This is a non-programmable thermostat. The temperature
­setpoint remains constant unless you change it.
1. Complete the thermostat’s electrical connection according
to the diagram below. Tighten the wires securely in the
supplied wire connectors.
2. Push the wires and connectors into the electrical box.
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POWER
Keypad
locked
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Heating output
FEATURES
KEY FEATURES
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
VOLTAGE AND LOAD
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Your heating needs may vary according to the season
and even the time of day. To meet your needs, this thermostat is equipped with two distinct modes: ECO and
COMFORT. You can switch from one mode to another
. ECO mode saves you money by
by simply pressing
providing a more energy-efficient setpoint temperature
when you’re sleeping or away from home.
YOUR THERMOSTAT IS NOW READY TO USE!
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WARNING – HIGH VOLTAGE
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INSTALLATION – CONT’D
1. Press
or
once to lower or raise the setpoint temperature by 0.5 °C / 1 °F. The setpoint temperature will remain
at this value until it is changed. Note: If you change the
setpoint temperature while in ECO mode, the thermostat
will switch to COMFORT mode.
once to switch from ECO mode to COMFORT
2. Press
mode and vice versa.
ADVANCED MENU ACCESS AND USE
1. Press and hold
for three (3) seconds to access the
thermostat’s advanced menus.
2. Press
or to change your selection.
3. Press
to confirm your selection and proceed to the
next menu.
4. Press and hold
for three (3) seconds to exit the
­advanced menus.
ADVANCED MENUS LIST
• Menu 10 – Temperature format: °C / °F (Celsius / Fahrenheit)
• Menu 20 – ECO mode setpoint temperature (5 °C to 30 °C
/ 41 °F to 86 °F). By default, the ECO mode setpoint is
17 °C / 63 °F.
• Menu 30 – Keypad lock: ON / OFF (Lock / Unlock keypad)
• dEF – Reset thermostat to default values: N / Y (No / Yes)
Ambient
temperature/
contextual
information
Menu
indicator
LOAD
Current
menu*
ECO mode
indicator
°STELPRO LIMITED WARRANTY
Limited three-year warranty. See details on www.stelpro.com.
The diagram shows a 240 V power supply.
WARNING
Incorrectly connected electrical wires could
result in a fire hazard.
NOTE: If the electrical wires are aluminum, use CO/ALR
­connectors instead (not supplied).
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Keypad
*Displays only when using the advanced menus.
Touch the keypad once to activate the backlight, then you
can make changes.
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STELPRO DESIGN INC.
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Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Quebec,
Canada, J3V 6L7
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