Model: Touchpad (TFT) - Thermsaver Heating Solutions

Model: Touchpad (TFT) - Thermsaver Heating Solutions
Model: Touchpad (TFT)1
Model: TFT
Model: Touchpad TFT
Table of Contents
Set-Up
20-24
Temperature Hold
21
Table of Contents
2
History
22
Installation Procedure
3-4
Temperature Control
Initial Setup
5-7
Editing the Comfort Levels
23-24
Programmable Zones With
Hot Water Output
25-26
Editing the Switching Times
25-26
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LCD Display
9-10
My System
11-14
23
Locking the Thermostat
12
General
27-42
Temperature Hold
13
Holiday
27-28
Set Back Mode
14
Summer Mode
29
Quick View
29
Temp Hold (Multiple Zones)
30
Hot Water Boost
31
Timer Zones
History
Editing the Switching Times
Timer Override
Touchpad
Programmable Zones
1
Setting the Clock
2
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1-10
Product Image
15-19
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17-18
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Home/Away Mode
32
Groups
33-34
Profiles
35-38
Touch Pad Settings
39-40
System Settings
41-42
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Installation Procedure
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Do
Mount the touchpad at eye level.
Read the instructions fully so you get the best from our product.
Don’t
Do not push hard on the LCD screen as this may cause irreparable damage.
This Touchpad is designed to be flush mounted and requires a back box of 35mm
(minimum depth) to be sunk into the wall prior to installation.
Step 1
Carefully separate the front half of the Touchpad from the back plate by placing a
small flat head terminal driver into the slots on the bottom face of the Touchpad.
Step 2
Place the Touchpad front somewhere safe.
Terminate the Touchpad as shown in the diagrams on page 43 of this booklet.
Step 3
Screw the Touchpad back plate securely into the back box.
Step 4
Clip the front of the touchpad back onto the wall mounting plate.
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Initial Setup
Adding thermostats to your system
Up to 32 thermostats can be connected to the Touchpad and these are added by
performing a network scan.
Prior to performing the scan, a communication number needs to be entered in each of the
thermostats on the system.
You should consult the thermostat manual for instructions on how to do this.
Once you have entered a communication number in each thermostat, follow these steps;
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On power up of a new Touchpad, you should see the Network Scan screen.
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This screen shows 32 boxes which represents the 32 possible thermostats on your
system.
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To perform the network scan, press Scan.
If the box stays red, it means no thermostat has been found at that location.
If the box turns blue, it means a thermostat has been successfully identified.
If you have previously scanned the network and would like to perform a new network
scan, follow these steps;
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Press the Options tab.
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Press the Settings icon .......................................................................................................
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Press the Network icon ......................................................................................................
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Press Scan ...............................................................................................................................
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Touchpad
Statistics
The statistics screen shows the communication rate to each of the thermostats on the
system.
This screen can help to identify problems on the network.
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Initial Setup
Entering a Room Title
Setting the Clock
A room title of 13 characters can be entered for each room on the system.
To set the clock, follow these steps.
To enter a room title follow these steps.
Press the Options tab.
Press the Clock icon ......................................................................................................................
Press the Communication number ...........................................................................................
Using the alphanumeric keypad, enter a title.
Press Done to store and return to the network screen ......................................................
Repeat as necessary for the other rooms.
When finished, press Done from the Network screen to store and exit ......................
Note: You must perform a new network scan after adding additional thermostats to your
system.
Here you can set the current time and date and select whether the Touchpad should
observe GMT Correction. GMT correction will automatically change the clock on the
Touchpad and Thermostats in March and October as the clocks change for Winter/
Summer time.
Press Done to store and exit ......................................................................................................
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LCD Display
1.
My System: Provides access to view and control individual system zones.
2.
Summer: Disables the comfort levels when activated and defaults to frost
protection.
3.
Holiday: Turns off the heating/hotwater for a set period.
4.
Quick View: Gives an overview of all stats on the system.
5.
Date and Time: Displays current date and time.
6.
Options tab: Provides access to Clock, Settings and Power icons.
7.
Temperature Hold: Overrides target temperature outside the programme
schedule for a set duration.
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8.
Hot Water Boost: Overrides the timer output to on for a set duration.
9.
Away: Places the system into Holiday mode indefinitely.
10.
Profiles: Stores a set of comfort levels for a group of thermostats.
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My System
Locking the Thermostat
My System
Pressing My System will show a list of all rooms on your system.
Rooms in blue indicate that the communication is working correctly.
Rooms in red have a communication fault.
This function allows you to lock the keypad on selected thermostats.
To apply a keypad lock follow these steps.
• Press the Functions tab.
• Press the Lock icon ................................................
• Select one or more thermostats by pressing the Zone name. When selected the
zone will display green. Alternatively, press the Functions tab to use the Select /
UnSelect All function.
• Press Done.
Functions tab
The function tab gives access to the global functions such as Lock, Hold and Setback.
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My System
Set Back Mode (Frost Mode)
My System
Temperature Hold
The temperature hold function allows you to manually override the current operating
program for a single or group of thermostats and set a different temperature for a
desired period.
• Press the Temperature Hold icon .................................................................................................
• Enter the hold temperature and time period ....................................................................
• Press next
• Select one or more thermostats or press the functions tab to select all ...
• Press the Done key to confirm and exit .....................................................................................
To cancel temperatures hold on a SINGLE thermostat follow these steps.
• Press the My System icon ................................................................................................................
• Select a thermostat ..........................................................................................................
• Press the Temp Hold icon ................................................................................................................
• Press the Cancel Hold key .....................................................................................................
To cancel a temperature hold on MULTIPLE thermostats follow these steps.
• Press the My System icon ...............................................................................................................
• Press the Functions tab.
• Press the Hold icon ............................................................................................................................
• Press the Cancel Hold key ....................................................................................................
• Select the thermostats to apply the cancel to .....................................................
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Touchpad
The Set Back function allows you to place individual or multiple thermostats into
Set Back Mode (also referred to as Frost Mode).
In this mode, the thermostat will display the frost icon and will only turn the heating
on should the room temperature drop below the set frost temperature.
To apply Frost Mode to a single or group of thermostats follow these steps.
•
Press the My System icon ...................................................................................................
•
Press the Functions tab.
•
Press the Set Back icon ........................................................................................................
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Select a zone or multiples zones to apply the set back, or alternatively press
Functions tab a second time and Select All. .............................................
Room buttons in green will be set back
Room buttons in blue will not be set back
Room buttons in grey are time clocks and cannot be set back
• Press the Done key ...............................................................................................................
Editing the Set Back Temp
The set back temperature range is 7-17°C and is set to 12°C as default.
Pressing EDIT from the Set Back screen allows you to adjust this setting and then
select which thermostats this should apply to.
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Timer Zones
History
Timer Zones
Time clocks can be added to the network to provide control over many appliances,
such as lighting, hot water and towel rails.
The time clock view screen displays the current status and provides a function to
toggle on and off the output.
Zone Name
History
Icon
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Current
Temperature
Edit Icon
Touchpad
The history function enables you to see the hours run for the last 4 weeks.
This is displayed in a bar chart and gives you an indication of which zones are using
the most energy.
Override Key
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Timer Zones
Editing the Switching Times
The Edit icon enables you to program the switching times for the selected time clock.
Time clocks provide Weekday/Weekend or 7 Day Programming options.
If the time clock shows Weekday/Weekend it is operating in 5/2 day mode, and if it
shows each day of the week it is operating in 7 day mode.
This mode can be changed on the time clock, and will be updated automatically on the
Touchpad. Please consult the time clock manual for instructions on how to change this.
There are 4 settings per day, these are called Wake, Leave, Return and Sleep.
For each setting a Timer ON and a Timer OFF time can be programmed.
To program the switching times follow these steps.
•
Press the Edit icon .................................................................................................................
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Select a day or period ..........................................................................................
•
Select a setting to program ........................................................................................
Copy Settings
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Edit the Timer ON and Timer OFF times using the arrow keys .........................
Times should be entered in 24 hour format.
For unused periods set the time to -- : -- and the time clock will ignore the setting.
The Copy key enables you to copy the programmed switching times to other time
clocks that are operating in the same mode (5/2 or 7 day).
To Copy and apply switching times follow these steps.
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Repeat these steps for the remaining days/periods.
•
Press the Done key to confirm and exit ..........................................................................
Note: For Weekday/Weekend programming, the 4 switching times are the same for all
weekdays but can be different for the weekends.
For 7 Day programming, each day can have 4 different switching times.
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Press the Copy key .........................................................................................................
Zones that can be selected will be blue and will turn green when selected.
Zones in grey cannot be selected.
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Press the Done key to confirm and exit ...................................................................
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Timer Zones
Override
Programmable Zones
An override function is available on the time clock, enabling you to override the output
for a number of hours.
Programmable zones show the actual room temperature, and if applicable a toggle
function to display the floor temperature.
To apply an override follow these steps.
•
Press the Override key ..............................................................................................
•
Using the arrow keys set the override duration ....................................................
•
Press the Done key ................................................................................................................
Temp Hold
Icon
History
Icon
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Touchpad
Zone Name
Current
Temperature
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Set Temperature
and Control
Edit Icon
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Programmable Zones
Temperature Hold (Individual Zone)
Programmable Zones
History
The temperature hold function allows you to manually override the current operating
program of a specific zone and set a different temperature for a desired period
The history function on a programmable zone enables you to see the hours run as a
and temperature profile for the last 4 weeks.
To set a hold a temperature for a group of thermostats, use the Hold function from the
main screen.
This is displayed in a bar chart and line graph and provides an indication of which
zones are using the most energy.
To set a hold time follow these steps.
The information can additionally be exported to your PC.
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Press the Temp Hold icon ....................................................................................................
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Set the Hold temperature and Hold time using the arrow keys ......................
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Press the Done key to confirm and exit .........................................................................
The thermostat and zone screen will show the hold time remaining.
There are two export methods:
• Export All will export the temperature profile for all zones.
• Zone Export will export just the selected zone.
The exported data is saved to csv format and can be edited in Excel.
To cancel a hold in operation, press Temp Hold icon and then the Cancel Hold key ..
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Programmable Zones
Temperature Control
The set temperature can be adjusted by using the Up/Down keys.
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Use the Up/Down keys to select a temperature .................................................
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Press the Apply key ............................................................................................................
To program the comfort levels follow these steps.
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Press the Edit icon ...............................................................................................................
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Select a day or period .........................................................................................
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Select a setting to program ........................................................................................
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Edit the time and temperature values using the Up/Down keys ....................
Times should be entered in 24 hour format.
For unused periods set the time to -- : -- and the thermostat will ignore the setting.
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Repeat these steps for the remaining days/periods.
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Press the Done key to confirm and exit ........................................................................
Note: This override will be maintained until the next programmed comfort level.
Programmable Zones
Editing the Comfort Levels
The Edit icon enables you to program the comfort levels for the selected thermostat.
Thermostats provide Weekday/Weekend or 7 Day Programming options.
If the thermostat shows Weekday/Weekend it is operating in 5/2 day mode, and if it
shows each day of the week it is operating in 7 day mode.
This mode can be changed on the thermostat, and will be updated automatically on
the Touchpad.
Please consult the thermostat manual for instructions on how to change this.
Note: For Weekday/Weekend programming, the 4 comfort levels are the same for all
weekdays but can be different for the weekends.
For 7 Day programming, each day can have 4 different comfort levels.
Copy Settings
The Copy key enables you to copy the programmed comfort levels to other thermostats
that are operating in the same mode (5/2 or 7 day).
To Copy and apply comfort levels follow these steps.
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Press the Copy key ...............................................................................................................
Zones that can be selected will be blue and will turn green when selected.
Zones in grey cannot be selected.
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Press the Done key to confirm and exit ........................................................................
There are 4 settings per day, these are called Wake, Leave, Return and Sleep.
For each setting a start time and temperature can be programmed, this temperature
will be maintained until the next comfort level.
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Programmable Zones with Hot Water Output
These type of zones operate the same as Programmable Zones but have an
additional output for controlling a hot water cylinder.
A toggle function allows you to manually turn the hot water on and off.
To program the hot water switching times follow these steps.
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Press the Edit icon ...............................................................................................................
•
Press the Hot Water key ..............................................................................................
For information on editing the comfort levels, see page 24
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Edit the Timer ON and Timer OFF times using the arrow keys ......................
Times should be entered in 24 hour format.
For unused periods set the time to -- : -- and the time clock will ignore the
setting.
•
Repeat these steps for the remaining days/periods.
•
Press the Done key to confirm and exit .....................................................................
Note: For Weekday/Weekend programming, the 4 switching times are the same for all
weekdays but can be different for the weekends.
For 7 Day programming, each day can have 4 different switching times.
Hot Water Toggle
Programmable Zones with Hot Water Output
Editing the Hot Water Switching Times
In addition to editing the comfort levels, hot water switching times can be edited.
There are 4 settings per day, these are called Wake, Leave, Return and Sleep.
For each setting an ON time and an OFF time can be programmed.
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Copy Settings
The Copy key enables you to copy the programmed switching times to other
thermostats that are operating in the same mode (5/2 or 7 day).
To Copy and apply switching times follow these steps.
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Press the Copy key ...............................................................................................................
Zones that can be selected will be blue and will turn green when selected.
Zones in grey cannot be selected.
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Press the Done key to confirm and exit ........................................................................
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Holiday
Should you need to edit a scheduled holiday, follow these steps.
•
Press the Holiday icon ....................................................................................................
The holiday function reduces the set temperature in selected zones to the frost
protection temperature setting.
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Select the holiday you wish to edit.
•
Press the Edit key .............................................................................................................
Thermostats will maintain this frost protection temperature and time clocks will
maintain TIMER OFF for the duration of the holiday.
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Using the Up/Down keys, adjust the holiday start/finish date and time .....
When the holiday is complete the specific zones will then automatically return to
the program mode.
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Press the Next key ............................................................................................................
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Select which zones the holiday is applied to .............................................
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Confirm the title and press Done the done key ....................................................
Up to 8 holidays can be scheduled using the Touchpad
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To program a holiday follow these steps;
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Press the Holiday icon ........................................................................................................
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Press the Add key ................................................................................................................
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Using the Up/Down keys, enter the START date and time of the holiday ......
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Using the Up/Down keys, enter the FINISH date and time of the holiday ......
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Press the Next key ................................................................................................................
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Select which zones the holiday is applied to ...................................................
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Zones in Green are selected, and those in blue are not.
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Press the Next key ...............................................................................................................
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Enter a holiday title using the keypad. This title can be 13 characters in length.
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Press Done to store and exit .............................................................................................
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Holiday Status
The holiday screen indicates the scheduled holidays.
Once the holiday starts, this screen will display that the holiday is active.
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Temperature Hold (Multiple Zones)
Summer Mode
The Touchpad Summer mode offers a quick and easy way to place selected heating zones
into set back without having to reprogram the comfort levels. The hot water times will
not be effected during summer operation.
The set back temperature can be set on each thermostat between 07-17°C or this can be
done from the Touchpad (See page xx)
As an indication, the heating zone screens will display the frost icon whilst the summer
mode is active. As a default, all heating zones will follow the summer condition, but you
can deselect certain zones if required. The setup should be as follows….
• Press Summer
• Zones buttons in green (selected by default) will follow the summer mode and
zones in blue will not.
• Press Zones to deselect any thermostat/s that you don’t want to apply summer to.
• Press Done.
To cancel summer mode....
• Press Summer.
• Select Functions tab.
• Press Unselect All.
• Select Done.
Quick View
The temperature hold function allows you to manually override the current operating
program of multiple zones and set a different temperature for a desired period
To set a temperature hold follow these steps.
• Press the Temp Hold icon ..............................................................................................
• Using the Up/Down arrow keys, set the hold temperature and duration ...
• Press the Next key ............................................................................................................
• Select which zones to apply the hold to .......................................................
• Press the Done key ...........................................................................................................
To cancel a hold in operation follow these steps.
• Press the Temp Hold icon ..............................................................................................
• Press the Cancel Hold key ...................................................................................
• Select which zones should have the temperature hold function canceled.
Zones in grey do not have a hold in operation.
Zones in green will have the hold canceled and those in blue will remain active.
• Press the Done key ...........................................................................................................
The Quick View screen gives an overview of all the zones on your system.
The zone temperatures as well as the output status are displayed.
You can use this screen to quickly access any zone on your system by first
highlighting the zone and then pressing Detail.
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Hot Water Boost
Home / Away Mode
If you have thermostats with hot water function on your system, you can override
the hot water output.
Away mode places selected zones into setback mode indefinitely for use when you
are unsure when the building will next be occupied.
During an override, the thermostat will flash TIMER ON / HW ON depending on the
model of your thermostat.
The zones will control to the setback temperature during this time and the hot
water will be turned off.
To use this function, follow these steps;
Pressing Home will cancel the Away function, and the zones will revert back to their
programmed level.
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Press the HW Boost icon ...................................................................................................
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Using the Up/Down arrow keys enter the boost period ......................................
•
Press the Done key .............................................................................................................
To cancel, repeat the steps reducing the boost time to 00 hours.
Once the boost period has ended, the zone will revert back to its programmed
setting.
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As a default, all heating zones will follow the Away mode, but you can deselect
certain zones if required.
To place the system in away mode follow these steps.
•
Press the Away icon ......................................................................................................
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Toggle the switch to the on position.
•
Press the Edit key ..........................................................................................................
•
Select zones to apply the Away mode to ..............................................
Zones buttons in green will follow the
Away mode and zones in blue will not
•
Press the Done key ........................................................................................................
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Groups
Using the Group function, zones can be assigned into groups allowing them to be
collectively controlled. Using the Profiles function (see page 35), predefined settings
can be quickly applied to all zones within a group.
Up to 8 groups can be setup in the Touchpad. To create a group, follow these steps.
•
Press the Profiles icon ........................................................................................................
•
Press the Groups icon ........................................................................................................
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Press the Add key ................................................................................................................
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Select the zones to be added to the group ...............................................
• The zone list is filtered based on the first selection and the following restrictions:
Weekday/Weekend or 7 Day Mode: You can only group thermostat/time Clocks that
are in the same mode.
Heating Only Group: Programmable thermostat and programmable thermostats with
hot water output can be grouped, allowing you to create a heating profile.
HW Timer Group: Programmable Thermostats with Hot water output can be grouped
with timers, allowing you to create a HW Timer Profile.
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Press the Next key ...............................................................................................................
•
Enter a group title using the keypad.
•
Press the Done key .............................................................................................................
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Touchpad
To edit a group, follow these steps.
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Press the Profiles icon and then the Groups icon .....................................
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Select a Group to edit.
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Press the Edit key ..............................................................................................................
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Select zones to add/remove from the group .........................................
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Press the Next key ............................................................................................................
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Confirm the group title and press the Done key ...................................................
To delete a group, follow these steps.
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Press the Profiles icon and then the Groups icon ......................................
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Select a Group to delete.
•
Press the Delete key ..........................................................................................................
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Profiles
At least 1 Group must be created (see page 33) before the Profile can be accessed.
Profiles are predefined comfort levels and switching time settings that can be
applied to groups (see page 33). When a profile is run, the settings are sent
immediately to the devices within the profile group overwriting their current
settings.
Hot Water/Timer Profile (5/2 Day Mode): This type of profile allows you to program
switching times for the weekday/weekend. See pages 17-18 (time clock) and 25-26
(hot water) for programming instructions.
Hot Water/Timer Profile (7 Day Mode): This type of profile allows you to program
switching times for each day of the week. See pages 17-18 (time clock) and 25-26 (hot
water) for programming instructions.
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Program the profile following the instructions on pages 17-18, 23-24 or 25-26.
•
Press the Next key ................................................................................................................
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Enter a profile title using the keypad and press done ............................................
For example, a shift working with a varying schedule could create 2 profiles - Day
Shift and Night Shift. By having two profiles stored it is easy to quickly switch the
heating system between programs when shift patterns change.
To create a profile, follow these steps.
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Press the Profiles icon and then select the Profiles icon again ....................
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Press the Add key .....................................................................................................................
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Select a group the profile should apply to.
See page 33 for information on how to create a group.
•
Press the Next key ....................................................................................................................
The type of profile created is driven by the type of thermostats in the group.
Heating Profile (5/2 Day Mode): This type of profile allows you to program comfort
levels for the Weekday/Weekend. See pages 23-24 for programming instructions.
Heating Profile (7 Day Mode): This type of profile allows you to program comfort
levels for each day of the week. See pages 23-24 for programming instructions.
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Profiles Continued
Editing a Profile
To edit a profile, follow these steps.
Running a Profile
To run a profile , follow these steps.
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Press Profiles icon and press the profile icon again ..........................................
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Press Profiles icon and press the profile icon again ........................
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Select the Profile to edit.
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Select the Profile to run.
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Press the Edit key ........................................................................................................................
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Press the Run key .....................................................................................................
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Edit the profile.
•
Press the Done key ....................................................................................................................
Deleting a Profile
To delete a profile, follow these steps.
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Press Profiles icon and press the profile icon again ........................
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Select the Profile to delete.
•
Press the Delete key ...............................................................................................
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The settings will be sent immediately to the zones in the group and their zone
screen will show the profile is active.
Notes:
1. When you run a profile, all of the existing settings in the thermostat will be
overwritten with the profile settings.
2. Only one heating profile per zone can be run at once.
3. If the zone has a heating & hot water model thermostat, It is possible to run a
heating and a hot water profile at the same time. The Touchpad will indicate that
two profiles are in operation.
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Touchpad Settings
Master Timer
Touchpad Settings
Security Setup
The Touchpad has a security function that allows you to limit access, so for example
zone settings cannot be altered without entering a code.
The master timer function can only be used with non-programmable thermostats.
During setup, you can select which zones should follow these times.
To enable this function, follow these steps.
During the programmed time, the thermostat will control to its set temperature and
then outside of the programmed time it will control to its setback temperature
•
Press the Options tab.
•
Press the Settings icon .......................................................................................................
•
Press the Security icon .......................................................................................................
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Move the toggle to ON and then set a security code.
•
Press the Done key ..............................................................................................................
Note: If you forget or misplace your user code, contact your equipment supplier for
assistance.
Touchpad Settings
System Information
•
Press the Options tab.
•
Press the Settings icon .......................................................................................................
•
Press the System Info icon ................................................................................................
Touchpad Settings
Display Screen
The brightness control enables you to control the brightness level of the Touchpad
display.
The calibration function can be used to recalibrate the touchscreen.
This is factory set and should not need to be adjusted.
Touchpad Settings
Delete History
The Touchpad can store 4 weeks of data per zone. To delete the history, use the delete
history function.
This screen displays the current version of your Touchpad
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System
Set Back Temp
System
Firmware Update
The set back temperature is used when a holiday, away or set back function is active.
The Touchpad firmware can be updated as and when new features are introduced.
The set back temperature range is 07-17°C and is set to 12°C as default.
Check the latest version by visiting the Support Section on www.heatmiser.com
The set back temperature function enables you to set this for individual or all
thermostats.
To perform the update the Touchpad has to remain powered up.
System
Max Floor Limit
Extract the TFT.BIN file from the download ZIP file.
Copy and paste the TFT.BIN file onto the Touchpad drive on the PC.
The max floor limit is used on thermostats with a floor limiting sensor and is used to
protect the floor surface from overheating.
The floor limit range is 20-45°C and is set to 28°C as default.
The floor limit temperature function enables you to set this for individual or all
thermostats with floor limiting function.
System
System Reset
The system reset function will delete all thermostats and history information in your
system.
After a system reset, you will need to perform a new network scan to add thermostats
to your system.
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Connect the Touchpad to a laptop using the USB cable provided.
Touchpad
You now need to follow these steps.
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Press Options TAB.
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Press the Settings icon ........................................................................................
•
Press the System icon ..........................................................................................
•
Press the Firmware Update icon ......................................................................
•
Press the Done key ...............................................................................................
The TFT will now update and the display will reset.
To confirm the update was successful, check the version number in the Systems Info Tab.
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Wiring Diagram - Touchpad to UH1
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TOUCHPAD CONNECTIONS TO UH1
This product must only be installed by a qualified electrician
and comply with local installation regulations.
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Notes
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