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67441 07/15 ALA
OCD5-1999
MCD5-1999
User Manual
www.elektra.eu
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Contents
Menu Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Startup Wizard 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Startup Wizard 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
General Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Accept/Back/Cancel . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Icons 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Icons 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Programmed Heating Schedule . . . . 11
Operating Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Scheduled Operation . . . . . . . . . . 13
Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Comfort 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Comfort 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Boost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Frost Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Holiday 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Holiday 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Eco Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Thermostat Setup - Main Menu . . . . 22
Heating Schedule 1/3 . . . . . . . . . . 23
Heating Schedule 2/3 . . . . . . . . . . 24
Heating Schedule 3/3 . . . . . . . . . . 25
Energy Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
User Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Child Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Screen Saver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Energy Tariff 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Energy Tariff 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Eco Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Date Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Time Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Daylight Saving Time . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Information 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Information 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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Engineer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Adaptive Function . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Open Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Sensor Application . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Sensor Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Floor Sensor Calibration . . . . . . . . . 49
Room Sensor Calibration . . . . . . . . 50
Temperature Scale 1/3 . . . . . . . . . . 51
Temperature Scale 2/3 . . . . . . . . . . 52
Temperature Scale 3/3 . . . . . . . . . . 53
Factory Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Startup Wizard 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Startup Wizard 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Factory Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Troubleshooting 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Troubleshooting 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Contact Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Menu Overview
Menu Structure
Menu
Home Screen
in Scheduled Operation
Manual
Other...
Main Menu
User Settings
Engineer Settings
Heating Schedule
Child Lock
Adaptive Function
Energy Use
Display Brightness
Open Window
User Settings
Screen Saver
Sensor Application
Engineer Settings
“Other...” Menu
Holiday
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Date
Temp. Scale
Date Format
Factory Reset
Time Format
Comfort
Frost Protection
Sensor Type
Sensor Calibration
Time
Manual
Boost
Energy Tariff
Eco Function
Daylight Saving Time
Heating Schedule
Unit
Energy Tariff Menu
Week Type
Language
Currency
Event Schedule
Information
Price per kWh
Event per day
Support
Load
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Introduction
Thank you for buying our touch thermostat. We hope
you will enjoy the ease of use offered by the touchscreen
and intuitively designed interface. You can program the
thermostat any way you want with the options provided
under Heating Schedule and User Settings.
The thermostat will switch on your heating system at
predetermined times each day of the week. You can set
individual temperatures for up to six separate periods,
called events, for each day of the week. Lowering the
temperature when your home is unoccupied will reduce
your energy costs without reducing comfort.
The thermostat features an adaptive function that
automatically changes heating start times to ensure
that the required temperature has been reached at the
beginning of any specific event. After a few days, the
adaptive function will have learned how much earlier the
heating must be switched on.
The resistive touchscreen only requires a soft tap with
your fingertip to register the touch.
In this manual, the touch areas on the screen will be
referred to as buttons.
The thermostat comes with a preset heating schedule
suitable for most homes. Unless you change the settings,
the thermostat will operate according to this preset
heating schedule.
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Startup Wizard 1/2
Date
01
02
2014
When the system has been installed and turned on for the first time, or after you
have performed a factory reset, you must set Region, Language, Date, Time and
Floor Type.
The thermostat will automatically guide you through the process.
1.Region – set the time region in which the thermostat is located.
This parameter is used, for example, to ensure correct use of Daylight Saving
Time.
Tap the time region you are in.
Confirm with “√”
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02
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Language 1
Language 2
Language 3
Region 1
Region 2
2.Language – set the language to be used on the thermostat display.
Tap the language you prefer. Confirm with “√”.
3.Date – set the current date.
Tap the parameter you want to change. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow”
button to set the day, month and year.
Confirm each setting with “√”.
Region 3
4.Time – set the current time.
Tap the parameter you want to change. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow”
button to set the hours and minutes.
Confirm each setting with “√”.
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Startup Wizard 2/2
5.Floor Type – choose between:
Tile: floors made of tile or stone.
Soft Floor: wooden or other engineered floors.
Time
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: 48
: 48
6. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
The thermostat is now ready for use and will control the underfloor heating according to the preset heating schedule. If you want to change the heating schedule,
instructions are given in the section titled Heating Schedule.
Details of the preset heating schedule are given in the section titled Factory Settings.
Time
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AM
AM
Floor Type
Tile
01
02
2014
Soft Floor
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General Operation
The thermostat has an ON/OFF switch on the left side of the thermostat.
Otherwise, the thermostat is intuitively operated via the high-resolution colour
touchscreen, which is used to navigate through the menus and to change the
settings.
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Accept/Back/Cancel
Whenever you change a parameter setting, you must tap the “Accept” button for the
thermostat to acknowledge the change.
“Accept” is shown on the screen as “√”.
Floor Type
Tile
01
02
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Soft Floor
“Back” is shown on the screen as a button marked with an arrow pointing to the left.
In this manual, it is also referred to as the “Left Arrow“ button.
In the various menus and submenus, you will find the “Back” button in the lower left
corner of the touchscreen.
Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to the previous menu.
“Cancel” is shown on the screen as a button marked “X”.
Manual
23.5°
Although “Cancel” has the same effect as “Back”, it also results in all unsaved
settings being discarded.
As soon as you leave a home screen and enter one of the menus, either a “Back”
button or a “Cancel” button will be shown.
To return to the home screen, tap Back/Cancel once or multiple times depending
on where you are in the menu structure.
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Icons 1/2
Picture of Meaning
icon:
of icon:
Picture of Meaning
icon:
of icon:
Picture of Meaning
icon:
of icon:
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Scheduled Operation
Heating Schedule
Manual Override
Energy Use
Time
Comfort Mode
User Settings
Time Format
Boost Mode
Child Lock
Daylight Saving Time
Frost Protection
Display Brightness
Holiday Mode
Screen Saver
Language
5°
Date Format
Unit
Eco Function
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Energy Tariff
Information
Menu
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Date
Support
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Icons 2/2
Picture of Meaning
icon:
of icon:
Picture of Meaning
icon:
of icon:
Engineer Settings
Factory Reset
Adaptive Function
Error Message
Open Window
Accept
Sensor Application
Cancel
Sensor Type
Next change in event/function at the given time
Floor Sensor Calibration
The time is AM
Room Sensor Calibration
The time is PM
Temperature Scale
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Programmed Heating Schedule
The thermostat allows you to control temperature automatically according to a
weekly schedule of your choice. The thermostat comes with a pre-programmed
schedule for easy and economic heating control of most homes, see Factory
Settings: Preset Schedule.
The schedule can be changed in the Heating Schedule menu.
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Operating Modes
The thermostat offers seven different modes of temperature control, either from the
“Other” menu on the home screen or from the home screen directly:
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Manual
Other...
Frost Protect
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Manual
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• Scheduled Operation
• Manual
• Comfort
• Boost
• Frost Protection
• Holiday
• Eco (this function must be enabled in the “User Settings” menu)
5°
17:00
Other...
Manual
Holiday
23.5°
Comfort
24.5 °
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Eco
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11:00
Boost
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Scheduled Operation
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Other...
The system will operate in Scheduled Operation unless you choose to override the
scheduled events.
During Scheduled Operation, the temperature is controlled automatically according
to the programmed heating schedule – see “Heating Schedule”.
During Scheduled Operation, “Manual” and “Other” modes are accessible from
the home screen. If the Eco function is enabled, “Eco” and “Other” modes will be
accessible from the home screen. “Manual” will then be found in the “Other” menu.
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The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies according
to the chosen operating mode.
Scheduled Operation home screen:
1. Day and time info.
2. Tap here to access the menus.
3.Icon indicating the current operating mode (calendar = Scheduled Operation).
4.Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided).
5. Time of next scheduled event change.
6. If shown, the adaptive function is enabled.
7.Tap here to access Manual Override. Alternatively, if Eco Function is enabled,
tapping here activates the function.
8.Tap here to access alternative operating modes (Comfort, Boost, Frost Protection,
Holiday). If “Eco” is enabled, “Manual” will be found here as well.
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Manual
Manual
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Manual allows you to override Scheduled Operation and maintain a specified temperature around the clock.
1.From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Manual” button to access
manual override.
Note: If Eco is enabled, “Manual” will be found in the “Other” menu.
You can use “Manual” to override the programmed event schedule.
The thermostat will continue to operate in Manual until you return it to Scheduled
Operation.
2.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to select the required temperature.
Then simply leave the thermostat as it is.
hile in Manual Override, an “X” button is shown in the lower left corner of the home
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screen. Press this button to return the thermostat to Scheduled Operation.
The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies according
to the chosen operating mode.
Manual home screen:
1. Indication of Manual Override.
2. Tap here to access the menus.
3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (hand = Manual).
4. Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided).
5. Tap here to return to Scheduled Operation.
6. Tap here to decrease the target/setpoint temperature.
7. Tap here to increase the target/setpoint temperature.
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Comfort 1/2
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Manual
23.5°
Manual
Other...
Comfort: Set Time
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17:00
5
4h
1
Other...
Comfort
Comfort
Boost
17:00
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Boost Protect
Frost
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You can use Comfort mode on special occasions when you want to override an
event during Scheduled Operation, e.g. for a party or when you want to stay up late.
You can manually set a comfort temperature, which the thermostat will maintain
for a chosen period of time (from 1 to 23 hours) before returning to Scheduled
Operation.
1.From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Other” button to access
the alternative operating modes.
2. Choose “Comfort”.
3. Tap “√” to confirm that you wish to override the auto heating schedule.
4. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to select the required temperature.
Confirm with “√”.
5.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the required duration
of Comfort mode. Confirm with “√”. The thermostat automatically enters the
Comfort mode home screen.
Frost
Protect
Holiday
Holiday
You are now overriding
the Auto schedule
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While in comfort mode an “X” button is shown on the home screen. Press this
button to return the thermostat to Scheduled Operation.
The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies
according to the chosen operating mode.
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Comfort home screen:
1. Indication of Comfort mode.
2. Tap here to access the menus.
3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (feet = Comfort).
4. Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided).
5. The time at which the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation.
6. Tap here to quit Comfort mode and return to Scheduled Operation.
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Boost
Boost mode is accessible from the “Other” menu.
In Boost mode, the underfloor heating is constantly activated for one hour. After one
hour, the thermostat returns to Scheduled Operation.
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Comfort
Comfort
Boost
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Manual
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Boost
Frost Protect
17:00
The thermostats boost
mode will now be
activated for 1 hour
Frost
Protect
Holiday
1
Other...
1.From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Other” button to access
the alternative operating modes.
2. Choose “Boost”.
3.Confirm that you wish the thermostat to activate Boost mode by tapping ”√”.
The thermostat automatically enters the Boost home screen.
While in Boost mode, an “X” button is shown on the home screen. Press this button
to return the thermostat to Scheduled Operation.
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Holiday
The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies
according to the chosen operating mode.
Boost
1
2
4
11:00
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Boost home screen:
1. Indication of Boost mode.
2. Tap here to access the menus.
3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (red rocket = Boost).
4. The time at which the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation.
5. Tap here to quit Boost mode and return to Scheduled Operation.
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Frost Protection
Frost Protection mode is used when heating is not needed but the temperature must
be kept above freezing point until changed manually.
1. Tap the “Other” button on the home screen.
2.Tap the “Frost Protection” button.
A confirmation screen will then be displayed briefly before the thermostat
automatically enters the Frost Protection home screen.
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Other...
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While in Frost Protection mode an ice crystal and glove are displayed on the home
screen together with the target/setpoint temperature (5.0°C).
Comfort
Boost
Comfort
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Manual
Frost
Boost Protect
17:00
Holiday
Frost
Protect
1
Other...
2
Holiday
Frost Protect
1
5°
3
4
2
Frost Protection home screen:
1. Indication of Frost Protection mode.
2. Tap here to access the menus.
3.Icon indicating the current operating mode (ice crystal and glove = Frost
Protection).
4. Fixed target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided).
5. Tap here to return to Scheduled Operation.
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Holiday 1/2
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Manual
23.5°
Manual
Other...
Set Leave Date
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2014
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Other...
Comfort
Set Return Date
Comfort
Boost
Boost Protect
Frost
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Frost
Protect
Holiday
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2014
Holiday
Holiday Mode
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Holiday Mode activated
ON
17:00
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Holiday mode allows you to set the heating of your home to a minimum while you are
away on holiday, thus saving energy and money.
You must set the date you leave on holiday and the date you return. The thermostat
will ensure that your floor is kept above freezing point and that your home is warm at
your return. This is accomplished in just a few steps:
1.From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Other” button to access the
alternative operating modes.
2. Tap the “Holiday” button.
3. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to “ON” and confirm with the “√” button.
4. Tap the “Right Arrow” button on the confirmation screen that appears.
5. Set the date on which you are going on holiday. Tap the “Right Arrow” button.
6.Set the date on which you plan to return. Tap the “Right Arrow” button.
A confirmation screen will then be displayed briefly before the thermostat
automatically enters the Holiday home screen.
During an active holiday period a suitcase is displayed on the screen together with
the programmed leaving and return dates.
You can cancel an active holiday period and return the thermostat to Scheduled
Operation by tapping the “X” button.
Holiday Mode will keep
your floor above freezing
level when you plan a
holiday
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Holiday
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Holiday home screen:
1. Indication of Holiday mode.
2. Tap here to access the menus.
3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (suitcase = Holiday).
4.The date on which the thermostat entered Holiday mode and the date on which
the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation.
5. Tap here to quit Holiday mode and return to Scheduled Operation.
6.If leaving and returning dates have been entered but Holiday mode is not yet
active, an alternative Scheduled Operation home screen will be displayed,
featuring a suitcase.
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Eco Function
Eco Function reduces the energy spent on unnecessary heating if you leave the
room/house during a scheduled heating event.
When the Eco Function is enabled, the thermostat enters an energy-saving state,
in which the lowest setback temperature in the event schedule is used as the
temperature setpoint. At the next scheduled event change, the thermostat returns to
normal Scheduled Operation.
To be able to use the Eco Function, it has to be enabled under User Settings/Eco
Function
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With Eco Function enabled in the User Settings:
1.Tap the “Eco” button on the Scheduled Operation home screen to access the
Eco Function.
The thermostat will then display the Eco Function home screen.
Eco
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Eco Function home screen:
1. Indication of Eco Function.
2. Tap here to access the menus.
3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (leaf = Eco Function).
4. Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided).
5. The time at which the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation.
6. Tap here to return to Scheduled Operation.
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Thermostat Setup - Main Menu
Heating Schedule
Energy Use
User Settings
Engineer Settings
The main menu consists of four options which can be used to configure your thermostat.
The main menu is accessed via the “Menu” button on the home screen.
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Heating Schedule
Energy Use
User Settings
Engineer Settings
Some of the menus have various parameters which can be set.
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Heating Schedule 1/3
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Manual
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Manual
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Other...
In a week with 2
types of days, week
days have 4 heating
events, home days
have 2 events per day.
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Heating Schedule
Heating
Schedule
Energy Use
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Mark Work Days
Energy
Use
User Settings
Mon
Tue
Wed
User
Settings
Engineer
Settings
Thu
Fri
Sat
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Engineer Settings
Week Type
Sun
Confirm Home Days
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Event Schedule
Events per Day
Your Week Type:
4
17:00
Mon
Tue
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
7
Wed
Your Week Type:
Work days/home days
Work days/home days
All days are different
All days are different
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The heating schedule allows you to control temperature automatically according to a
programmed schedule of your choice. The thermostat comes with a preprogrammed
event schedule for easy and economic heating control, see Preset Schedule under
Factory Settings. The heating schedule can easily be changed in the following way:
1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “Heating Schedule” button to access schedule options.
3. Tap the “Week Type” button.
Choose between “Work days/home days” and “All days are different”. “Work
days/home days” is best if you have fixed working hours.
4. If you chose “Work days/home days”,
5.an information screen about the schedule will be shown.
Tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed.
6.Select the days on which you work.
Tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed.
7.The thermostat will automatically designate the remaining days as home days.
Tap the “√” button to accept.
8.Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to the “Heating Schedule” menu.
Proceed to step 10.
If you chose “All days are different”, each day of the week must be individually
programmed, giving you complete control of every single event.
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Your Week Type:
Work days/home days
All days are different
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Your Week Type:
Work days/home days
All days are different
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Week Type
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Events per Day
Event Schedule
Events per Day
Work Day: Wake Up
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Done
Week Type
Event Schedule
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08:00
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You can set the thermostat for a maximum of 4
or 6 events per day
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Work Day: Leave Home
24.5°
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09:00
9. Tap the “Left Arrow” button on the “Your Week Type” screen to exit.
10.Tap the “Event Schedule” button to set up the target/setpoint temperature and
start time for each event.
11.Tap the temperature if you want to change it, then tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down
Arrow” button to set the required temperature.
12.Tap the time if you want to change it, then tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow”
button to set the time in steps of 15 minutes. Confirm with “√”.
13.Tap the “Left Arrow” or “Right Arrow” button to toggle through the various
events.
14.Once you have completed setting all the events, tap the “Right Arrow” button
to view a confirmation screen and return to the Heating Schedule menu.
4 Events per Day
6 Events per Day
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The thermostat is preset to operate in Scheduled Operation with four events per
work day and two events per home day.
This can be changed to six events per work day and two events per home day in
the following way:
15.In the “Heating Schedule” menu, tap the ”Events per Day” button.
16.On the explanation screen, tap the “Right Arrow” button.
17.Choose between four and six events per work day. Confirm with “√”.
Steps 10 to 14 may need to be repeated to set the new events.
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An event is a scheduled time of day when the thermostat automatically changes the
temperature setting.
You can choose between a four or six event schedule.
Week Type
Event Schedule
Events per Day
Choose the setting that best fits your daily rhythm.
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With a four event schedule, you can set four different events during work days and
two different events during home days.
– Perfect if your day is as follows: You get up in the morning, you go to work, you
return home and you go to sleep.
Week Type
Event Schedule
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Events per Day
You can set the thermostat for a maximum of 4
or 6 events per day
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4 Events per Day
6 Events per Day
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With a six event schedule, you can set six different events during work days and two
different events during home days.
– Perfect if your day is as follows: You get up in the morning, you go to work, you
return home for lunch, you go back to work, you return home and finally you go to
sleep.
18.Tap the “Events per Day” button.
19.On the confirmation screen tap the “Right Arrow” button.
Week Type
Event Schedule
Events per Day
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20.Tap the button with the number of events per day you wish to use.
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Energy Use
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The “Energy Use” button allows you to read out energy usage data for your
underfloor heating system.
1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “Energy Use” button to access schedule options.
You can choose between four different readouts:
Manual
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Other...
Last Year
5
•Last month: A graph of usage during each day of the past month will be
displayed. The graph shows hours per three days.
4
3
2
1
Manual
Other...
•Last 7 days: A graph of usage during each day of the past seven days will be
displayed. The graph shows hours per day.
0
4
3
Heating Schedule
kWh
Heating
Schedule
Energy Use
Energy
Use
User Settings
2
User
Settings
Engineer
Settings
Engineer Settings
H
24
Week
Month
Year
4
Price
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345
345
345
345
345
3
Last 7 Days
16
8
0
4
3
Last Month
•Last year: A graph of usage during each month of the past year will be displayed.
The graph shows hours per month.
•An overview of electricity consumption (kWh) and heating costs for the time
periods specified above. (Note: actual load, currency and price per kWh must be
set in the “Energy Tariff” menu under User Settings).
5
4
3
2
1
0
4
3
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3.You can toggle between the readouts using the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow”
button.
4. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to the “Main Menu”.
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User Settings
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Screen Saver
$
Energy Tariff
Eco Function
7
Date
7
Date Format
Time
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
This menu allows you to set various parameters. The menu contains the following
options:
• Child Lock
• Display Brightness
• Screen Saver
• Energy Tariff
• Eco Function
• Date
• Date Format
• Time
• Time Format
• Daylight Saving Time
• Unit
• Language
• Information
• Support
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Child Lock
Mon 11:15
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23.5°
Manual
Other...
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
1
Screen Saver
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
b
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Heating
Schedule
Energy
Use
2
Time Settings
Energy
Use
User
Time Settings
Format
User
Engineer
Settings
Dayl. Saving
Time
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Language
Child
Lock
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Screen
SupportSaver
$
Energy Tariff
Eco Function
7
7
Child Lock
Date
Date FormatON
Time
4
5
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
17:00
Unit
The child lock prevents children and others from tampering with the thermostat and
changing any of its settings.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Tap the “Child lock” button.
4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer.
5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
6. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
The child lock is activated together with the screen saver if the thermostat has not
been operated for about 3 minutes.
Before you can operate the thermostat again, you must unlock the child lock in the
following way.
From the idle home screen:
a) Tap the screen to activate it.
Three circles containing dots will be displayed on the screen.
b)Draw an “L” on the screen in a single stroke without lifting your finger from the
screen. Start by touching the dot in the circle in the upper left corner, then slide
your finger downwards to the dot in the circle in the lower left corner and continue
sliding your finger to the dot in the circle in the lower right corner, forming an “L”.
If done correctly, the home screen will appear.
Please note that the child lock will be reactivated when the thermostat returns to
screen saver mode – unless it is deactivated in the menu: User Settings/Child Lock.
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Display Brightness
This option allows you to change the brightness of the display.
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
17:00
Other...
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Display Brightness” button.
4.Select one of the five levels of brightness using the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow”
button.
5.Confirm your choice with “√”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Time Settings
Energy
Use
User
2
Time Settings
Format
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl. Saving
Time
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Language
Child
Lock
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Screen
SupportSaver
$
Energy Tariff
7
Display
Date Brightness
Eco Function
7
4
Date Format
Time
4Time Format
5
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Screen Saver
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
17:00
Other...
This option allows you to select the information to be shown on the idle home
screen.
• Date, Time.
• Date, Time and Temperature (measured).
• Screen Off. This setting minimises energy consumption.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Screen Saver” button.
4. Tap the information you want to be shown in screen saver mode.
5.Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
Time Settings
Energy
Use
User
2
Time Settings
Format
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl. Saving
Time
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Child Lock
Language
Child
Lock
Display
Brightness
3
Display Saver
Brightness
Information
Screen
$
Screen Saver
Support
Energy
Tariff
$
Energy
Tariff
Eco Function
7
Eco
DateFunction
Date,
Time
7 Date
Format
4
Date,
Time,
Temp.
7 Date
Format
Time
Screen
Off
Time
Format
5
Time
Dayl. Format
Saving Time
5°
Dayl.
Unit Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Language
Information
Information
Support
Support
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This option allows you to enter the various data used to calculate energy use.
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Euro
a
GBP
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
b
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Price per kWh
Time Settings
Energy
Use
User
2
Time Settings
Format
Child
Lock
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl. Saving
Time
Display
Brightness
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Screen
Saver
$
Language
Child
Lock
Energy
Tariff
3
0.25
a
Screen
SupportSaver
Date
$
7
Energy
Tariff
Date Format
a
OFF
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Tap the “Energy Tariff” button.
4.Tap the parameter you want to change.
• Currency
a) Tap the currency you prefer.
b) Confirm with “√”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “Energy Tariff”.
€
b
Auto Load Readout
Display
Brightness
Information
Eco
Function
7
17:00
Other...
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
The “Energy Use” function uses this information to calculate electricity consumption
and the cost of heating for a given period of time.
b
• Price per kWh
a)Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the price you pay per kWh.
b)Confirm with “√”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “Energy Tariff”.
Eco
TimeFunction
Load
Currency
7 Date
Time Format
4
0.12
Price
per Format
kWh Time
7 Date
Dayl.
Saving
Load
5° Time
Unit
4
Time
Format
Language
c
kWh
d
Dayl.
Saving Time
Information
5°
Unit
Support
Language
• Load
a)If you do not want the thermostat to automatically detect the load of your
underfloor heating system, tap the “OFF/ON” button to “OFF”, otherwise leave
it at “ON”.
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b)Confirm with “√”.
c)If Auto Detection is set to “OFF”, tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button
to set the kW load of your underfloor heating system. You should ask your
heating engineer for this information.
d)Confirm with “√”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “Energy Tariff”.
4. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”.
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Eco Function
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
17:00
Other...
Eco Function reduces the energy spent on unnecessary heating if you leave the
room/house during a scheduled heating event.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Tap the “Eco Function” button.
4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer.
5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
6. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
Manual
Child Lock
Comfort
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
Comfort
Frost Protect
Boost
Holiday
Frost Protect
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
Holiday
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Mon 11:15
Time Settings
Child
Lock
Energy
Use
User
2
Time Settings
Format
Display
Brightness
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl. Saving
Time
Screen
Saver
Engineer
Settings
$
5°
With Eco Function enabled, the Scheduled Operation home screen is altered.
The lower left button, “Manual”, is changed to “Eco”.
Boost
Manual
24.5 °
Eco
11:00
Other...
Unit
Energy
Tariff
Language
Child
Lock
Eco Function
3
7
Display
Brightness
Information
Date
7
Screen
Saver
Support
Date
Format
$
Energy
Time Tariff
Tap the “Eco” button to activate the Eco Function.
In Eco Mode, the thermostat enters an energy-saving state, in which the lowest
setback temperature in the event schedule is used as the temperature setpoint.
At the next scheduled event change, the thermostat returns to normal Scheduled
Operation.
Eco
TimeFunction
Format
7
5
7°
Eco Function
Date Saving Time
Dayl.
Date
Unit FormatON
4
Time
Language
5
Time
Format
Information
Dayl.
Saving Time
Support
5°
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Date
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23.5°
Manual
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
17:00
Other...
This option allows you to change the date, which is sometimes shown on the home
screen and is used for functions such as “Holiday” mode and “Daylight Saving
Time”.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Date” button.
4. Tap the parameter you want to change.
5.Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the day, month and year.
6. Confirm each setting with “√”.
7. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”.
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Child
Lock
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Time Settings
Display
Brightness
Energy
Use
User
2
Time Settings
Format
Screen
Saver
Engineer
Settings
User
$
Dayl. Saving
Time
Energy
Tariff
Engineer
Settings
5°
Eco
Unit Function
7
Language
Child
Date Lock
7
Display
Brightness
Information
Date
Format
3
Screen
SupportSaver
Time
$
Time Format
Energy
Tariff
Eco
Dayl.Function
Saving Time
Date
5
7°
Date
Unit
7
Language
Date
Format
01
02
2014
4
Time
Information
7
Time
Format
Support
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Date Format
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Manual
Child Lock
17:00
Other...
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Date Format” button.
4. Tap the date format you prefer:
• DD/MM/YYYY
• MM/DD/YYYY
5.Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date Lock
Child
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Display
Brightness
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Time Settings
Screen
Saver
Energy
Use
User
$
2
Time Settings
Format
Energy
Tariff
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl.Function
Saving
Time
Eco
Engineer
Settings
5
7°
Unit
Date
7
Language
Child
Lock
Date Format
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Time
Screen
Saver
Support
Time
Format
$
Energy
Tariff Time
Dayl. Saving
5°
Eco
Unit Function
DD-MM-YYYY
7 Date
Language
MM-DD-YYYY
7 Date
Format
Information
4
Time
Support
5
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Time
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
Child Lock
17:00
Other...
This option allows you to change the time, which is used by the clock to control
heating schedule events during Scheduled Operation.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Time” button.
4. Tap the parameter you want to change.
5.Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the hours and minutes.
6. Confirm each setting with “√”.
7. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”.
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Child
Lock
Manual
Other...
7
Date Brightness
Display
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Screen
Saver
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
$
Time Settings
Energy
Tariff
Energy
Use
User
2
TimeFunction
Format
Eco
Engineer
Settings
User
Settings
7
Dayl. Saving
Time
Date
Engineer
Settings
5
7°
Unit Format
Date
Language
Child
Time Lock
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Time
Format
Screen
SaverTime
Support
Dayl.
Saving
$
5°
Energy
Tariff
Unit
Eco
Function
Language
7
Time
Date
Information
7
Date
Support
12 :Format
48
4
AM
Time
7
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
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Time Format
Mon 11:15
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23.5°
Manual
Child Lock
17:00
Other...
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Time Format” button.
4. Tap the time format you prefer:
• 24 Hours
• 12 Hours AM/PM
5.Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy
Tariff 17:00
Child
Lock
$
Eco Function
Display
Brightness
Manual
Other...
7
Date Saver
Screen
Heating
Schedule
$
7
Date Format
Energy
Tariff
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
TimeFunction
Eco
Energy
Use
User
Settings
2
7
Time Settings
Format
Date
Engineer
Settings
User
7
Dayl. Format
Saving
Time
Date
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Time
Language
Child
Time Lock
Format
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Dayl.
Saving
Time
5°
Screen
SupportSaver
Unit
$
Energy
Tariff
Language
Eco
Function
Information
24
7 Hours
Date
Support
12
AM/PM
7 Hours
Date Format
4
Time
5
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Daylight Saving Time
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23.5°
Manual
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
17:00
Other...
When set to ON, the “Daylight Saving Time” function will automatically adjust the
thermostat clock to the daylight saving time for the “Region” chosen in the “Startup
Wizard”.
Note! Only regions within North America and Europe are supported.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Daylight Saving Time” button.
4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer.
5.Confirm with the “√” button.
The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
23.5°
Energy
Tariff 17:00
Child
Lock
$
Eco Function
Display
Brightness
Manual
Other...
7
Date Saver
Screen
Heating
Schedule
$
7
Date Format
Energy
Tariff
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
TimeFunction
Eco
Energy
Use
User
Settings
2
7
Time Settings
Format
Date
Engineer
Settings
User
7
Dayl. Format
Saving
Time
Date
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Time
Language
Child
Time Lock
Format
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Dayl.
Saving
Time
5°
Screen
SupportSaver
Unit
$
Energy
Tariff
Language
Eco
Function
Information
7
Daylight Saving Time
Date
Support
7
Date FormatON
Time
4
5
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
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Unit
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
17:00
Other...
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Unit” button.
4. Tap the unit you prefer:
• Celsius
• Fahrenheit
5.Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”.
Child Lock
Display
Brightness
Child
Lock
Mon 11:15
1
Screen Saver
Display
Brightness
23.5°
Energy Saver
Tariff 17:00
Screen
$
$
Eco Function
Energy
Tariff
Manual
Other...
7
DateFunction
Eco
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
7
Time Settings
Date
Format
Energy
Use
User
2
Format
Time Settings
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl. Format
Saving
Time
Time
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit Saving Time
Dayl.
5°
Language
Child
Unit Lock
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Language
Screen
SupportSaver
Information
$
Energy
SupportTariff
Eco Function
Celsius
7 Date
Fahrenheit
7 Date Format
4
Time
5
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Language
This option allows you to change the language used on the screen.
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
Other...
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
Set language to
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
5
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Language 1
Time Settings
Energy
Use
User
Language 2
2
5°
Time Settings
Format
Engineer
Settings
User
Language 3
Dayl. Saving
Time
Engineer
Settings
6
Unit
Language
Child
Lock
3
Information
Display
Brightness
SupportSaver
Screen
$
17:00
Energy Tariff
Eco Function
Language
7 Date 1
Language
2
7 Date Format
4
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Language” button.
4.Tap the language you prefer:
• English
• German
• French
• Finnish
• Polish
• Czech
• Swedish
• Dutch
• Lithuanian
• Russian
• Italian
• Spanish
• Norwegian
• Portuguese
Language
Time 3
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
6. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”.
Information
Support
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This option provides a read-out containing the following information:
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Time Settings
Energy
Use
User
2
Time Settings
Format
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl. Saving
Time
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Language
Child
Lock
3
Display
Brightness
Information
Screen
SupportSaver
$
Energy Tariff
Eco Function
Information
Date
Appl. version:
7 Date
Unit
ID: Format
Floor sensor:
Time
7
4
Time Format
5
QR
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
17:00
Other...
• Application version
• Unit ID
• Sensor temperatures
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Information” button.
4.Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”. Or tap the “QR” button.
5.If “QR” is selected, you can scan the QR Code with a suitable device with access
to the Internet. Software supporting QR Code scanning is necessary, e.g. an app.
Scanning the QR Code provides the following data from the thermostat:
• Contact
• Serial Number
• Software Version
• Sensor Type
• Application
• Mode
• Adaptive Function
• Open Window
• Child Lock
• Time Format
Information
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• Temperature Unit
• Heating Schedule
• Energy Use
5. Tap on the QR Code to return to the Information screen.
6. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”.
QR Code is a registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED.
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Support
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Other...
This option provides information on obtaining support for the thermostat.
Please consult the “Troubleshooting” section of this manual before calling for any
support.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Support” button.
4. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”.
Child Lock
Display Brightness
Mon 11:15
Screen Saver
1
23.5°
Energy Tariff 17:00
$
Eco Function
Manual
Other...
7
Date
Heating
Schedule
7
Date Format
Energy
Use
Heating
Schedule
Time Settings
Energy
Use
User
2
Time Settings
Format
Engineer
Settings
User
Dayl. Saving
Time
Engineer
Settings
5°
Unit
Language
Child
Lock
Display
Brightness
Information
Screen
SupportSaver
$
3
Energy Tariff
Eco Function
7
Date
7
Date Format
Time
4
Time Format
Dayl. Saving Time
5°
Unit
Language
Information
Support
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Engineer Settings
Adaptive Function
Open Window
Sensor Application
Sensor Type
Floor Sens. Calibr.
This menu contains all the parameters that must be set by the engineer during thermostat installation or service. The menu contains the following options:
• Adaptive Function
• Open Window
• Sensor Application
• Sensor Type
• Floor Sensor Calibration
• Room Sensor Calibration
• Temperature Scale
• Factory Reset
Room Sens. Calibr.
Temp. Scale
Factory Reset
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Adaptive Function
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17:00
Other...
With this feature enabled the room will already have reached the target/setpoint
temperature at the beginning of an event.
After just a few days, the adaptive function will have automatically calculated how
much earlier the heating must be turned on/off to achieve this.
Select “OFF” if you simply want the heating to start at the beginning of an event.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Scroll down and tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3. Tap the “Adaptive Function” button.
4.Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer and confirm with the “√”
button.
5. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”.
Other...
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Heating
Schedule
Energy
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Sensor
Application
Settings
User
Settings
Engineer
Sensor Type
Engineer
Settings
Floor Sens. Calibr.
3
Adaptive
Function
Room Sens.
Calibr.
Temp.Window
Scale
Open
Sensor
Factory Application
Reset
Sensor Type
Floor Sens. Calibr.
Adaptive Function
Room Sens. Calibr.
Temp. ScaleON
4
Factory Reset
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Open Window
Open
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Window
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17:00
Other...
Open Window
17:00
This option allows you to enable the “Open Window” function.
The thermostat can detect an open window by registering a rapid drop in
temperature.
With the function enabled, the thermostat shuts off the heating for 30 minutes if an
open window is detected.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Scroll down and tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3. Tap the “Open Window” button.
4.Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer and confirm with the “√”
button.
5. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”.
Other...
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Energy
Heating
Schedule
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Sensor
Application
Engineer
Settings
User
Settings
If an open window is detected, the “Open Window” screen will appear, allowing the
function to be cancelled by tapping “X”.
Sensor Type
Engineer
Settings
Floor Sens. Calibr.
Adaptive
Function
Room Sens.
Calibr.
Temp.Window
Scale
Open
3
Sensor
Factory Application
Reset
Sensor Type
Floor Sens. Calibr.
Open Window
Room Sens. Calibr.
Temp. ScaleON
4
Factory Reset
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Sensor Application
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Manual
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Manual
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Other...
5
Room/Floor Limit
Room
•Floor: With this setting, the floor sensor controls the heating system.
17:00
Other...
Floor
6
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Heating
Schedule
Energy
This option allows you to choose which sensor is used to control the heating
system.
•Room: With this setting, the room sensor inside the thermostat controls the
heating system.
•Room/Floor Limit (advanced) (default): With this setting, the room sensor controls
the heating system subject to maximum and minimum limits for floor temperature.
The maximum temperature limit protects wooden floors from excessive heat.
The minimum temperature limit prevents the floor from becoming uncomfortably
cold when heating is not needed, e.g. in a bathroom. Note that this function will
increase energy consumption.
Floor Limit temperatures are set in the “Temperature Scale” menu.
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Sensor
Application
Settings
User
Settings
Engineer
Sensor Type
Engineer
Settings
Maximum temperature depends on floor type and temperature scale.
Adaptive
Function
Floor Sens.
Calibr.
Adaptive
Function
Room Window
Sens.
Calibr.
Open
3
Sensor
Application
Temp.Window
Scale
Open
Sensor
Type
Factory Application
Reset
Sensor
TypeCalibr.
Floor Sens.
Floor
RoomSens.
Sens.Calibr.
Calibr.
You
can set
the Calibr.
sensor
Room
Sens.
Temp.
Scale
to use floor or room
readings. Set?
Temp.
FactoryScale
Reset
Factory Reset
3
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1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3. Tap the “Sensor Application” button.
4.Confirm that you want to set the Sensor Application.
5. Then tap the application you want to use.
6. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
7. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”.
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Sensor Type
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Manual
17:00
Choose the sensor actually used from the list. The sensor supplied with the thermostat
is an OJ sensor listed as: “Factory”.
17:00
• Factory (default)
• Sensor 10 kΩ
• Sensor 12 kΩ
• Custom
Other...
Thermostat will use a
custom sensor type. Set
the 4 resistance values
for it ?
7
5
Other...
Custom Sensor
Value 4
30°
8
2303 Ω
11
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Heating
Schedule
Energy
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Sensor
Application
Settings
User
Settings
Engineer
Adaptive
Function
Sensor Type
Engineer
Settings
6
Custom Sensor
Value 1
15°
8
2303 Ω
7
7
Floor Sens.
Calibr.
Open
Window
Custom Sensor
Value 2
Adaptive
Function
Sensor
Application
Room Sens.
Calibr.
Sensor
Type
Temp.Window
Scale
Open
3
Sensor
Application
Floor
Sens.
Calibr.
Factory
Reset
Sensor
Type Calibr.
Room Sens.
20°
8
2303 Ω
7
7
Factory
Floor
Temp.Sens.
ScaleCalibr.
Custom Sensor
Value 3
Factory
Sensor
- 10
kΩ Calibr.
Factory
Reset
Room
Sens.
4
12 kΩ
Sensor
- 10
Temp.
Scale
Sensor
- 12 kΩ
User
Settings
Factory
Reset
User Settings
25°
7
8
2303 Ω
7
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This option allows you to choose the type of floor sensor used with the thermostat.
You can therefore choose to use an existing sensor with the thermostat, e.g. in
renovation projects.
You have now set up
your custom sensor
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Sensor Type” button.
4. Tap the type of floor sensor actually used.
5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”.
6.If “Custom” is chosen, you must provide resistance values for the sensor
concerned at four given temperatures: 15°C, 20°C, 25°C and 30°C – ask the
supplier of your sensor for these values.
7.Use the “Right Arrow” or “Left Arrow” button to toggle through the temperatures.
8. Tap the resistance value to change it.
9. Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the resistance.
10.Then repeat steps 6-9 until all four resistance values have been set.
11.Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “Engineer Settings”.
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Floor Sensor Calibration
This option allows you to calibrate the floor sensor.
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23.5°
Manual
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23.5°
Manual
Other...
Actual Floor Temp.
24.3°
17:00
Other...
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7
6
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Heating
Schedule
Energy
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Adaptive
Function
Sensor
Application
Settings
User
Settings
Engineer
17:00
Floor sensor calibrated
SensorWindow
Type
Open
Engineer
Settings
Sensor
Application
Floor Sens.
Calibr.
Adaptive
Function
Sensor
Type
Room Sens.
Calibr.
You should calibrate the sensor if the temperature reading differs from the actual
floor temperature.
Note that changes in the floor sensor characteristics may damage certain floors.
You can calibrate the sensor with +/- 10°C in steps of 0.5°C in the following way:
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3.Scroll down and tap the “Floor Sensor Calibration” button.
4.Confirm that you want to calibrate the sensor with “√” or cancel with “X”.
5.If “√” is chosen, you must then offset the thermostat to reflect the floor
temperature actually measured.
6.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the measured floor
temperature.
7.Confirm the value with “√”. A confirmation screen will be displayed briefly.
8. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”.
3
Floor
Temp.Sens.
ScaleCalibr.
Open
Window
Sensor
Application
FactorySens.
ResetCalibr.
Room
Sensor
Type
Temp. Scale
Floor
Sens.
Calibr.
Factory
Reset
Current reading from
Room Sens. Calibr.
floor sensor is
23.2°
Temp. Scale
Calibrate sensor?
Factory Reset
4
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Room Sensor Calibration
This option allows you to calibrate the room sensor.
Mon 11:15
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23.5°
Manual
Mon 11:15
1
23.5°
Manual
Other...
Actual Room Temp.
24.3°
17:00
Other...
6
7
6
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Heating
Schedule
Energy
Adaptive
Function
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Sensor
Application
OpenSettings
Window
Settings
User
Engineer
17:00
Room sensor calibrated
Type
Sensor Application
Engineer
Settings
You should calibrate the sensor if the temperature reading differs from the actual
room temperature.
You can calibrate the sensor with +/- 10°C in steps of 0.5°C in the following way:
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3. Scroll down and tap the “Room Sensor Calibration” button.
4.Confirm that you want to calibrate the sensor with “√” or cancel with “X”.
5.If “√” is chosen, you must then offset the thermostat to reflect the room
temperature actually measured.
6.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the measured room
temperature.
7.Confirm the value with “√”. A confirmation screen will be displayed briefly.
8.The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”.
Floor Sens.
Sensor
TypeCalibr.
Adaptive
Function
Floor
Calibr.
RoomSens.
Sens.
Calibr.
3
Temp.
Scale Calibr.
Open
Room Window
Sens.
Sensor
Application
FactoryScale
Reset
Temp.
Sensor
Factory Type
Reset
Floor Sens. Calibr.
Current reading from
Room Sens. Calibr.
room sensor is
23.2°
Temp. Scale
Calibrate sensor?
Factory Reset
4
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Temperature Scale 1/3
This option allows you to set the minimum and maximum temperature to which
the thermostat can be set – as well as the minimum and maximum limits for floor
temperature.
Operating temperatures:
•Minimum Temperature Scale can be set between 5°C and 15°C.
•Maximum Temperature Scale can be set between 20°C and 40°C.
(If “Sensor Application” is set to “Floor”, a maximum temperature of 27°C can
protect wooden floors from drying out. For precise information, please ask your
flooring supplier).
Floor limit temperatures:
Floor limit temperatures allow you to set the lowest (Minimum Temp. Limit) and
highest (Maximum Temp. Limit) permissible floor temperature during normal room
temperature control. If floor temperature drops below the Minimum Temp. Limit,
the thermostat will activate the heating system to maintain the temperature above
the set minimum. If floor temperature rises above the Maximum Temp. Limit, the
thermostat will deactivate the heating system to maintain the temperature below the
set maximum.
Floor Limit temperatures are only available if “Room/Floor Limit” has been selected
under “Sensor Application”.
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Manual
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Manual
Other...
Minimum Temp. Scale
5
15°
17:00
Other...
6
7
6
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Energy
Heating
Schedule
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Sensor
Application
Engineer
Settings
User
Settings
Temperature scale and
Limit calibrated
8
Sensor Type
Engineer
Settings
Heating
Schedule
Floor Sens.
Calibr.
Energy
UseFunction
Adaptive
Room Sens.
Calibr.
User
Settings
Temp.
Scale
Open
Window
Maximum Temp. Scale
3
Engineer
Settings
Sensor
Factory Application
Reset
Sensor Type
17:00
8
35°
9
10
9
Floor Sens. Calibr.
Set
the min
and
max
Room
Sens.
Calibr.
temperature that the
thermostat can operate
Temp. Scale
at
Factory Reset
4
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•Minimum Temp. Limit – use this setting to maintain a comfort temperature on tile
floors. Can be set between 5°C and 25°C.
•Maximum Temp. Limit – use this setting to protect wooden floors from excessive
temperatures. Can be set between 10°C and 40°C.
NOTE: If the maximum limit for floor temperature is set too high, sensitive floor types
may be permanently damaged.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3.Scroll down and tap the “Temp. Scale” button.
4. Confirm that you want to set minimum and maximum operating temperatures for
the thermostat by tapping “√” or cancel with “X”.
5.If “√” is chosen, you can set a Minimum Temp.Scale.
6.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Minimum Temp.
Scale.
7.Confirm the setting with “√”.
8.You can now set a Maximum Temp.Scale.
9.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Maximum Temp.
Scale.
10.Confirm the setting with “√”.
If “Room/Floor Limit” has been selected under “Sensor Application”, proceed
to step 10. Otherwise, proceed to step 16.
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Minimum Temp. Limit
5°
11
12
13
12
11.You can now set a Minimum Temp. Limit.
12.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Minimum Temp.
Limit.
13.Confirm the setting with “√”.
14.You can now set a Maximum Temp. Limit.
15.Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Maximum Temp.
Limit.
16.Confirm the setting with “√”.
17.A confirmation screen will be displayed.
18.The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”.
Minimum Temp. Limit
11
5°
12 13 12
Maximum Temp. Limit
14
40°
15 16 15
Temperature scale and
Limit calibrated
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Factory Reset
Mon 11:15
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Manual
17:00
17:00
Other...
This option allows you to restore the thermostat to factory settings.
Note! This action cannot be undone, and all your personal settings will be lost.
1.Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen.
2. Scroll down and tap the “Engineer Settings” button.
3. Tap the “Factory Reset” button.
4.Tap “X” if you want to maintain your settings and return to “Engineer Settings”.
Tap “Reset” if you want to restore the factory settings.
5.The thermostat will then be reset and the “Startup Wizard” will appear on the
screen.
Thermostat reset to
factory settings
5
Other...
Heating Schedule
AdaptiveUse
Function
Energy
Heating
Schedule
OpenSettings
Window
Energy
Use
User
2
Sensor
Application
Engineer
Settings
User
Settings
Sensor Type
Engineer
Settings
Heating
Schedule
Floor Sens.
Calibr.
Energy
UseFunction
Adaptive
Room Sens.
Calibr.
User
Settings
Temp.
Scale
Open
Window
3
Engineer
Settings
Sensor
Factory Application
Reset
Sensor Type
Floor Sens. Calibr.
4
Reset
Room Sens. Calibr.
A factory reset will
Temp.
Scale
eraseall
data.
Reset thermostat?
Factory Reset
4
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Startup Wizard 1/2
Region 1
Region 2
Region 3
Region 1
1
Region 2
Region 3
Language 1
Language 2
2
Language 3
Date
01
02
3
2014
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1
When the thermostat is powered up for the first time, or after a “Factory Reset” has
been performed, the “Startup Wizard” will appear on the screen.
This allows you to enter the basic data required by the thermostat in order to
operate.
1.Region – set the time region in which the thermostat is located.
This parameter is used, for example, to ensure correct use of Daylight Saving
Time.
Tap the time region you are in.
Confirm with “√”.
2.Language – set the language to be used on the thermostat display.
Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to scroll up and down.
Tap the language you prefer.
Confirm with “√”.
3.Date – set the current date (is used for several functions).
Tap the parameter you want to change.
Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the day, month and year.
Confirm each setting with “√”.
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Time
12
: 48
4
AM
4.Time – set the current time.
Tap the parameter you want to change.
Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the hours and minutes.
Confirm each setting with “√”.
5.Floor Type – choose between:
Tile: floors made of tile or stone.
Soft Floor: wooden or other engineered floors.
6. Confirm your choice with “√”.
Time
12
: 48
4
AM
Floor Type
5
02
2014
Tile
01
Soft Floor
6
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Factory Settings
Preset temperatures:
Operating mode
Factory preset temperature
Scheduled Operation
See Preset Schedule*
Manual Override
23°C*
Comfort Mode
23°C*
Boost Mode
Max °C ≤ Maximum Limit
Holiday Mode
5°C
Frost Protection
5°C
*You can change the settings for these temperatures to suit your needs – see Operating Modes in this manual.
Preset Schedule:
Event name
Event start
Work days:
Target/setpoint temperature dependent on “Sensor Application”
Floor
Room/Floor Limit
Wake up
6:00
25°C
20°C
Leave home
9:00
20°C
15°C
Daytime home*
12:00
25°C
20°C
Daytime leave*
13:00
20°C
15°C
Come home
17:00
25°C
20°C
Go to sleep
23:00
20°C
15°C
Floor
Room/Floor Limit
8:00
25°C
20°C
23:00
20°C
15°C
Home days:
Wake up
Go to sleep
*Only available with 6-event schedule
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Troubleshooting 1/2
Error messages:
Internal sensor fault
(E1)
If a fault or error occurs, the thermostat will display one of the following error
messages:
E0:Internal failure. The thermostat is defective. Contact your heating engineer.
The thermostat must be replaced.
E1:Internal sensor defective or short-circuited. Contact your heating engineer.
The thermostat must be replaced.
Internal sensor fault
(E1)
External wired floor
sensor fault
(E2)
Internal overheating.
Heating is shut off
(E5)
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E2:External wired floor sensor disconnected, defective or short-circuited.
Contact your heating engineer for reconnection or replacement.
E5:Internal overheating. Contact your heating engineer in order to have the
installation inspected.
•Three circles containing dots are displayed on the screen; the thermostat cannot
be operated.
The thermostat is in “Child Lock” mode. See the section titled “Child Lock” in this
manual for instructions on how to unlock it.
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•Why does a specific function not work in a specific mode?
Not all functions are available in all modes or make sense in all modes.
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Mode vs
function
Scheduled
Operation
Manual
Boost
Comfort
Frost Protection
Holiday
Eco
Open
Window
detection
Yes
Yes
Not
available
Yes
Not
available
Not
available
Not
available
Floor
comfort
override
sensor
application
Yes
Yes
Not
available
Yes
Not
available
Not
available
Not
available
Eco
Function
Changes the
home screen to
display the Eco
button instead
of Manual
Not
available
Not
available
Not
available
Not
available
Not
available
Not
available
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Contact Data
Elektra
ul. K. Kamińskiego 4
05-850 Ożarów Maz., Poland
tel.: +48 22 843 32 82
e-mail: [email protected]
www.elektra.eu
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