Installation guide TH1300RF
 Users guide
Floor heating thermostat
Web programmable
(3600 W)
The installation of this thermostat should be made by a
certified electrician and must be installed in conformity with
the national and local Electrical Codes.
Since you are a valuable customer, before starting
the installation of your new thermostat, please
make sure that the breakers for your heating
system are off atthe main electrical panel!
Technical specifications
Operating voltage: 120/208/240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
TH1300RF Thermostat
Maximum load:
1800 W @ 120 V/ 15 A
3120 [email protected] 208 V/ 15 A
3600 W @ 240 V/ 15 A
Setpoint range: 5 °C to 30 °C (41 °F to 86 °F)
Display range: 0 °C to 70 °C (32 °F to 99 °F)
Resolution: + 0,5 °C (x 1 °F)
Storage: -20 °C to 50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F)
Auxiliary output: 24 Vac/Vdc / 0.1 A
Ground fault protection
The thermostat is equipped
with a ground fault protection
that can detect a current
leakage of 5 mA. When current
leakage is detected the
ground fault protection
is triggered and quickly
interrupts the power supply to
prevent any serious injuries.
Resetting the ground fault protection
The RESET button warning light turns on (red) when the ground
fault protection is triggered. If the RESET button warning light
turns on during normal operation of the thermostat, simply press
the RESET button to reset the ground fault protection. The light will
turn off. If for any reason this situation occurs again, cut the power
to the heating system from the main electrical panel and ask a
qualified electrician to verify the installation.
Testing the ground fault protection
This thermostat has an Auto Test which verifies periodically the
correct operation of the protection circuit. You can also do this
1) Press the TEST button. If the RESET button warning light does
not turn on, the test has failed. Cut the power to the heating system
from the main electrical panel and ask a qualified electrician to
verify the installation.
2) Press the RESET button to restart the thermostat's base.
This test should be performed on a monthly basis to ensure
proper operation of the ground fault protection.
Install your thermostat
Power up the
Replace the
cover and lock.
Unlock and lift
the thermostat cover.
Use the screws to
secure the
thermostat to the
electrical box.
Connect the floor heating by using
a the wire connectors load / line
Connect the sensor.
(Only for control
applications in F mode
or with floor limit.)
located on the back of the thermostat.
Make sure to firmly tighten the wire connectors
for a secure connection. A loose connection
can be a fire hazard.
Connect the slave module (TR1310)
It is possible to connect up to 10 slave modules to the same
(9) (9)
Ls Ls
20/ 240 V
D/ 60 Hz
15A [NI]
To other
0/ 240V
0/ BD Hz
Connect the auxiliary output
Second stage heating
120/240/347V 3 24 VAC
Link your thermostat to your Web interface
Initiate the connectivity
session by pressing the À
button on the GT125.
*Do not hold the button.
Wait until the light flashes
green, indicating that new
devices can be added to
your network.
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Link your network
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Forgot your password? to neviweb
New to neviweb? . .
Cree our ecu To link your wireless
network to neviweb”, go
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refer to your GT125 Web
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Connect to your network, the
wireless thermostat that is
closest to the GT125 by
pressing simultaneously
the A and J button.
When all the
thermostats are
again on the ©
connected, press
button of the GT125 to
close the connectivity
On the thermostat
Flashes = Connecting
Remains lit = Connected
If the connectivity fails,
an error message will
appear on the display.
Refer to our website to
troubleshoot the unit.
Connect all your wireless thermostats
the same way, by going to the next
closest thermostat.
User settings
All of the thermostat's settings can be set through your neviweb®
account. However, if you have not created your wireless network
and wish to change the temperature format or the control cycle,
you need to:
Get the setpoint to its minimum and hold the J button for 10
seconds to access the menu.
Press the A or Ÿ button to change
the setting.
Press the J and NN buttons
simultaneously to save and go to the
next parameter. Continue to press until
the end of the list to exit the menu.
The thermostat offers 2 temperature regulation modes:
Mode A: Regulates ambient temperature with the possibility to
limit floor temperature by means of an external temperature
Mode F: Regulates ambient temperature by means of an external
temperature sensor with the possibility to limit ambient
Assigning the auxiliary output (Mode A):
The thermostat provides an auxiliary output that has three
possible functions which are setfrom the user settings.
Shrt Function: Short cycle auxiliary output (15 seconds).
Long Function: Long cycle auxiliary output (15 minutes).
Slave Function: Auxiliary output for connecting several floor
heating (TR1310 sold separately).
The thermostat controls the ambient temperature with the floor.
Once the floor temperature has reached its limit, if the desired
ambienttemperature is not reached, the auxiliary output activates
the heating device to reach the set temperature. (The auxiliary
output acts as second stage heating.)
Maximum floor temperature limit (Mode A)
The thermostat limits floor heating to the set temperature to
ensure it does not exceed the selected limit. Ideal for protecting
engineered wood floors (check with your flooring manufacturer to
determine heat limit).
Parameters which can be modified on the device directly:
# Name Parameters & settings Display
2 Control | Control mode Г
A (Air), F (Floor) (default F)
3 Aux Assignment of auxiliary output Cl и | |
Shrt, Long, Slave (default Slave) - LITO
7 Max Maximum floor temperature re С
Floor 5 to 30 °C (default OFF) LIN |
Floor sensor I
O | Sens
10K or 12K (default 10K) IL
L d * —
4 1 Load oad power IC nn
0 W to 3600 W Jun)
For more parameters, go to
*Load power
Reading of the base connected to the thermostat in watts.
Transmitter Module IC: 7693A-89XAM9A/ FCC ID: OA3MRES9XAMOSA
This device complies with Industry Canada license exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device does not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation
ofthe device.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment OFF
and ON, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
+ Connectthe equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
thatto which the receiver is connected.
* Consultthe dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
3-year limited warranty
SINOPÉ TECHNOLOGIES INC. warrants the components of their
products against defects in material and workmanship for a 3 year
period from the date of purchase, under normal use and service, when
proof of purchase of such is provided to the manufacturer. This
warranty does not cover any transportation costs that may be incurred
by the consumer. Nor does it cover a product subjected to misuse or
accidental damage. The obligation of Sinopé Technologies Inc., under
the terms of this warranty, will be to supply a new unit and this releases
the manufacturer from paying the installation costs or other secondary
charges linked to replacing the unit or the components.
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