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FP715 Si
User Instructions
Before beginning programming, you should reset the unit. Open the flap on the
front of the clock. Press the RESET button using a non-metallic object (e.g. end
of a bic biro pen top). This will clear all previous pre-set programmes. (Fig. 1)
Fig. 1
A.Setting the correct Time and Day
The time and date are set in the factory and do not need to be set.
B.Accepting the Factory Settings
The FP715 Si comes ready programmed with a set of times to suit the average
household.
Fig. 2
If you wish to alter these settings follow instructions below.
Your installer will have set your unit to operate in one of the following modes:
5/2 day - a set of programmes for weekdays and another for weekends (Section C)
7 day - different settings for each day of the week (Section D)
Fig. 3
24 hour - one set of programmes for the whole week (Section E)
Please follow relevant instructions below.
To alter clock
& ON/OFF times
C.Programming the Heating - 5/2 day mode
1. Press PROG (Fig. 2) until SET CH ON TIME appears at the top of the display and
MOTUWETHFR appears at the bottom of the display (Fig. 6). Use the + and - buttons
(Fig. 3) to set the time you would like your heating to first come on in the morning
(Event 1).
2.Press NEXT ON/OFF once only (Fig. 7). Use the + and - buttons (Fig. 3) to set the
time you want your heating to go off (Event 2). To move to the next setting, i.e.
when you would like your heating to come on again (Event 3) press the NEXT ON/
OFF button once only.
3. Continue programming the central heating ON and OFF times for weekday Events
4,5 & 6 as in Step 2.
4. Press the DAY button once (Fig. 4) and SASU will appear at the bottom of the display
(Fig. 8). Programme new ON/OFF times by pressing the NEXT ON/OFF button (Fig.
7) once to move to the next setting and using the + and - buttons (Fig. 3) to set the
time you want.
Fig. 4
To move to next
day or to weekend
Fig. 5
5. Press DAY button (Fig. 4) to return display to MOTUWETHFR, ready to programme
the Hot Water.
6. Proceed to Section F.
Fig. 6
D. Programming the Heating - 7 day mode
1.Press PROG (Fig. 2) until SET CH ON TIME appears at the top of the display and
day of week (e.g. MO) appears at the bottom of the display (Fig. 9). Use the +
and - buttons (Fig. 3) to set the time you want your heating to first come on in the
morning (Event 1).
2.Press NEXT ON/OFF (Fig. 7) to move to Event 2. Continue programming the central
heating ON and OFF times in this way by using the + and - buttons to set the time
you want and pressing the NEXT ON/OFF button to move to the next setting (Figs.
3 & 7).
3.Press DAY button once only (Fig. 4), the next day (e.g. TU) will appear at the bottom
of the display. Continue programming for the rest of the week by pressing the NEXT
ON/OFF button (Fig. 7) to move to the next setting, using the + and - buttons to
amend the time, and by pressing DAY to advance to the next day (Figs. 7, 3 & 4).
4.Press DAY button (Fig. 5) to return display to MO, ready to programme the Hot
Water
Fig. 7
To move to
next event
Fig. 8
5. Proceed to Section F.
E. Programming the Heating - 24 hour mode
1.Press PROG (Fig. 2) until SET CH ON TIME appears at the top of the display. Use
the + and - buttons (Fig. 3) to set the time you want your heating to first come on
in the morning (Event 1).
2.Press NEXT ON/OFF (Fig. 7) to move to Event 2. Continue programming the central
heating ON and OFF times in this way by using the + and - buttons to set the time
and pressing the NEXT ON/OFF button to move to the next setting (Figs. 3 & 7).
3. Proceed to Section F.
N.B. Depending how your installer has set the clock you will be able to programme either 2
or 3 ON/OFFs per day. If your clock has been installed to allow 3 ON/OFFs and you do not
wish to use one of the ON/OFF settings, simply programme the ON time to be the same as
the OFF time and the setting will not operate.
Fig. 9
F. Programming the Hot Water
To set the hot water programme press the PROG button (Fig. 2) until the SET HW ON
TIME appears on the display (Fig. 10).
Set the hot water programme in the same way as the heating programme, using the
+ and - buttons to alter the time (Fig. 12), by pressing the NEXT ON/OFF button (Fig.
11) to move to the next setting and by pressing DAY (Fig. 13) to advance through
days of the week (7 day mode) or to advance to Saturday and Sunday programming
(5/2 day mode).
Finally press PROG (Fig. 2) to return the unit to run mode (Fig. 5).
G. Running your Programme
To run the central heating programme: press the SELECT button next to the symbol
of a radiator (Fig. 14).
To run the hot water programme: press the SELECT button next to the tap symbol
(Fig. 14).
As you press each of the SELECT buttons the display will change between ON, OFF,
ALLDAY and AUTO. Select the option you require depending on your circumstances,
time of the year etc (Fig. 15).
•
AUTO = the heating or hot water come on and go off at the programmed times
•
ON = the heating or hot water will remain on constantly
•
OFF = the heating or hot water will not come on
•
ALLDAY = the clock will turn the heating or hot water on at the first programmed
ON and will leave it on until your last programmed OFF
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
To move to
next event
Fig. 12
To alter ON/
OFF times
Fig. 13
To move to next day
or to weekend
H. Temporary Override Buttons
The grey buttons next to the radiator are the heating override buttons (Fig. 16)
The grey buttons next to the tap are the hot water override buttons (Fig. 16)
+1HR = the heating/hot water will remain on for an extra hour. If it is pressed whilst
the programme is off, the heating/hot water will come on immediately for 1 hour
then go off.
MAN = if this button is pressed when either system is on, then that system will go OFF
until the next programmed ON. If this button is pressed when either system is OFF,
that system will come ON until the next programmed OFF.
Fig. 14
Central Heating
SELECT
Hot Water
SELECT
Fig. 15
NB. These over-rides are only temporary and do not affect the preset programmes.
I. Winter Time / Summer Time Clock
The change between winter and summer time is handled automatically and will occur
on the correct date in Spring and Autumn.
Fig. 16
Central Heating
+1HR override
+1HR
+1HR
MAN
MAN
Hot Water
+1HR
override
J. Service Interval Timer
If the property is owned by a landlord he may, for gas safety reasons, have instructed
the installer to set the service interval timer.
Central Heating
MAN override
If set a visual and audible warning will alert you that the boiler will need servicing within
the next 28 days. This warning is repeated each day at noon. (Fig. 17)
Hot Water
MAN
override
If the boiler is not serviced within 28 days the daily audible warning will sound
continuously and can only be cancelled each day by pressing any button on the unit.
In addition, all overrides and programming buttons will be disabled and the heating
and hot water will only operate for 15 minutes in each programmed hour.
As this is a gas safety feature only an installer can reset the service interval timer. This
will be done as part of the boiler service.
Fig. 17
Danfoss Ltd
Ampthill Road
Bedford, MK42 9ER
Tel: 01234 364621
Fax: 01234 219705
Email: ukheating@danfoss.com
Website: www.heating.danfoss.co.uk
Part No. 382 04/06
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