Installation and Operating Instructions Girona Panel Heaters INDGUKP7RG Issue 0 Dimensions shelf (millimetres) Model(s) Watt A B GFP050 W/B 0.5kW 530 107 GFP075 W/B 0.75kW 530 107 GFP100 W/B 1.0kW 700 107 GFP150 W/B 1.5kW 770 107 GFP200 W/B 2.0kW 940 107 150 Min. 300 Min. A B 565 150 Min. Fig. 1 IMPORTANT: THESE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE READ CAREFULLY AND RETAINED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Important Safety Advice When using electrical appliances, basic precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and injury to persons, including the following: IIMPORTANT – The wall bracket supplied with the appliance must be used. WARNING - DO NOT USE THIS HEATER IN THE IMMEDIATE SURROUNDINGS OF A BATH, A SHOWER OR A SWIMMING POOL. IMPORTANT – If the heater is installed in a room containing a bath or shower, it must be so installed that switches and other controls cannot be touched by a person using a bath or shower. Do not use outdoors. Do not locate the heater immediately below a fixed socket outlet or connection box. Do not cover the heater. Do not place material or garments on the heater, or obstruct the air circulation around the heater, for instance by curtains or furniture, as this could cause overheating and a fire risk. NEVER cover or obstruct in any way the heat outlet slots at the top of the heater or the air inlet slots in the base of the heater. The heater carries the Warning symbol indicating that it must not be covered. WARNING – THE SURFACES OF THIS HEATER CAN BE HOT. Momentary contact with any part of the heater should not cause injury. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Note that due care and consideration must be taken when using this heater in series with a thermal control, a program controller, a timer or any other device that switches on the heat automatically, since a fire risk exists when the heater is accidentally covered or displaced. If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard. Electrical WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED The electrical installation must be carried out by a competent electrician, and be in strict accordance with the current I.E.E. regulations for Electrical Equipment in Buildings. The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code : GREEN AND YELLOW : EARTH BLUE : NEUTRAL BROWN : LIVE BLACK : PILOT WIRE - see also ‘Pilot Wire Connection’. The heater is fitted with a length of flexible cable type H05VVF size 4 x 1.0mm2 for connection to the fixed wiring of the premises through a suitable connection box positioned adjacent to the heater. The supply circuit to the heater must incorporate a double pole isolating switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm. Pilot Wire Connection The BLACK control wire is designed to carry a signal from slot in or wall mounted Dimplex programmers. If, however a programmer is not being used, the pilot wire should be isolated in accordance with the current IEE Wiring Regulations. IMPORTANT - DO NOT connect the BLACK pilot wire to earth. Care should be taken with the installation of the pilot wire(s) as when switching to background (set back) they become energised at 240V although only at a current of less than 100mA. In every case a suitable means of isolation must be provided for the pilot wire and marked to indicate that two sources of supply may be present at the heater. Where pilot wires are installed separately from the heater final sub-circuit they should be protected, double insulated and carry their own integral earth continuity conductor. Supplementary Earth Bonding Should Equipotential Earth Bonding be required the earthing conductor in the supply cord is deemed to provide the supplementary bonding connection (see Regulation 54703-05, 16th Edition I.E.E. Wiring Regulations). General The heater is designed for wall mounting on the wall bracket supplied. It should only be operated when in the upright position - see Fig. 1. All models are splashproof to IPX4 standard and may be used in bathrooms, however not in the immediate vicinity of baths, showers, water connections, wash basins or swimming pools. Before connecting the heater check that the supply voltage is the same as that stated on the heater. * MAX Wall Mounting IMPORTANT – The wall bracket supplied with the appliance must be used. The heater should be positioned observing the minimum clearances stated around the heater - see Fig. 1. DO NOT locate the heater immediately below a fixed socket outlet or connection box. 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove wall mounting bracket from the back of the heater by depressing the spring latch at the top of each bracket - see Fig. 2. Fix the wall bracket securely to the wall through the four screw holes provided. Present the heater to the wall bracket, and engage lower slots in the back with bracket. Raise the heater to upright position and push the heater onto bracket to engage top latch. Fig. 4 Setting Desired Temperature (see Fig. 4) The heater is fitted with an adjustable thermostat enabling the room temperature to be controlled by adjusting the slider accordingly. The min setting ‘ ’ represents a room temperature of approximately 50C and may be used for protection against frost. The ‘MAX’ setting represents a room temperature of approximately 300C. The ‘ ’ symbol glows when the elements are actually heating. Turn on the heater using the ‘ ’ button and move the thermostat slider to the desired position. When the room temperature has reached the desired level, the power to the elements will be reduced, the heater will then maintain the room temperature at the chosen level. NOTE - Should your heater fail to come on when the thermostat slider is at a low setting, this may be due to the room temperature being higher than the thermostat setting. C Background Temperature D GFP500 GFP750 GFP1000 GFP1500 GFP2000 C 390 390 560 630 800 D 300 300 300 300 300 When used in conjunction with a remote programming device supporting a background/setback setting, the heater will automatically operate at a room temperature setting of 50C less than the thermostat setting when the programme is in background/setback mode. 255 Min. Limiting the thermostat setting Fig. 2 Operation Switching On the Heater (see Fig. 3) Before wall mounting the product the installer may wish to limit the heat selection slider movement for the operator. This may be achieved by removing the two plastic pins (see ‘x’ in Fig. 5) from the rear of the thermostat moulding using pliers and inserting them in the preferred holes to limit the slider movement. The controls are located on the right hand side on top of the appliance, lift flap to access the controls - see Fig. 3. The button marked ‘ ’ controls the electricity supply to the electronic thermostat. An indicator beside the ‘ ’ button shows when the unit is powered ‘ON’. ‘x’ Fig. 5 Fig. 3 Notes to the Installer Safety - Overheat protection Test Mode When the heater is connected via a pilot wire system, the test mode allows the installer to check whether the heater is responding correctly to the incoming pilot wire signal. Before switching the heater on at the mains, place the thermostat slider in the ‘MAX’ position, then press and hold For your safety this appliance is fitted with a thermal cut-out. In the event that the product overheats for some reason, the cut-out prevents excessive temperatures on the product by cutting the power to the heater. Once the heater has cooled down, it will reset automatically, it will continue to cycle on and off automatically until the reason for overheating is removed. the ‘ ’ button whilst switching on the mains. Cleaning The unit will now enter a test state for 4 mins. During this WARNING – ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING THE HEATER. test state the ‘ ’ neon will indicate the pilot wire status: NEON PILOT WIRE CONTROLLER MODE Neon on ON Neon off OFF Neon flashing fast approx every 0.1sec FROST Neon flashing slow approx every 0.5 sec - SETBACK Accessory Modules Optional accessory modules are available for use with this range of heaters - see separate User Instructions for details on the operation of each accessory module. Before fitting a control module switch the heater off at the mains supply. To insert a module, the plug-in protective cover on the right hand side of the thermostat unit at the back of the heater must first be removed. Insert a flat-head screwdriver into the side of the cover and prise away from the heater - see Fig. 6. Lift the cover away from the heater to reveal the slide in compartment. Before commencing cleaning, unplug the heater and allow it to cool. Disconnect the electricity supply to the appliance. The outside can be cleaned by wiping it over with a soft damp cloth and then dried. Do not use abrasive cleaning powders or furniture polish, as this can damage the surface finish. To release heater from the wall bracket for cleaning or redecoration, depress latch on both brackets (see Fig. 2) and hinge forward. Recycling For electrical products sold within the European Community. At the end of the electrical products useful life it should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice in your country. After Sales Service Your product is guaranteed for two years from the date of purchase. Within this period, we undertake to repair or exchange this product free of charge provided it has been installed and operated in accordance with these instructions. Your rights under this guarantee are additional to your statutory rights, which in turn are not affected by this guarantee. Should you require after sales service you should contact our customer services help desk on 0845 600 5111. It would assist us if you can quote the model number, series, date of purchase, and nature of the fault at the time of your call. The customer services help desk will also be able to advise you should you need to purchase any spares. Please do not return a faulty product to us in the first instance as this may result in loss or damage and delay in providing you with a satisfactory service. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase. Fig. 6 Insert the accessory module into the slot ensuring it is positively located in position - see Fig. 6. Switch the heater on at the mains supply. Energy Saving Tips Other Energy Saving Tips for Around the Home The energy we use to heat, light and power our homes contributes over a quarter of the UK’s carbon emissions, the principle contributor to climate change. 1. Lights Around half the energy used in the home is for heating and hot water, so using your heating system efficiently will not only help the environment, but also save you money! Energy efficiency tips for heating and hot water 1. Don’t set the temperature too high… Turn off lights whenever you leave a room for more than ten minutes. Use low-energy bulbs wherever you can as they use less than a quarter of the electricity used by ordinary light bulbs and last ten times longer! 2. Cooking Use the right size pan for the food and cooker hob. By reducing the thermostat setting by just 1ºC can reduce your energy use by as much as 10%. And if you’re going away for the winter, leave the thermostat on the frost protection setting to provide protection from freezing at a minimum cost. Keep saucepan lids on - this enables you to turn down the heat. Boil water for cooking in a kettle. 2. Use it where you need it… Set the appropriate temperature on your heaters for the room they are in; for example, leave the thermostat on a heater in a spare bedroom on a lower setting. 3. Use it when you need it… Use heaters fitted with timers or linked to central controllers to turn the heating on only when you need it and automatically switch it off when you don’t. 4. Curtains… Close your curtains at dusk to stop heat escaping through the windows. 5. Windows… Nearly 25% of heat loss can occur through poorly insulated frames and single glazing. If you can’t afford to double glaze all your windows, go for the rooms you heat most. 6. Treat your hot water tank...give it a jacket An insulating jacket for hot water tanks only costs a few pounds and pays for itself within months. Fit one that’s at least 75mm (3") thick and you could save £10-£15 a year. 7. Water … Use a shower if you have one to save time, money and water. Don’t set the thermostat too high on your water heater - 60oC/ 140oF is usually adequate for bathing and washing. Put the plug in when running hot water in your sink - leaving hot taps running is both wasteful and expensive. Ensure dripping taps are repaired quickly. In just one day, you could waste enough water to fill a bath The product complies with the European Safety Standards EN60335-2-30 and the European Standard Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) EN55014, EN60555-2 and EN60555-3 which cover the essential requirements of EEC Directives 73/23 and 89/336 Dimplex UK Limited Millbrook House Grange Drive Hedge End Southampton Hampshire. SO30 2DF UK customer help line 8.00am–5.00pm Mon-Fri and 8:30am-1.00pm Sat (October–March) Customer Services: Tel. 0845 600 5111 Fax. 01489 773053 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Republic of Ireland Tel. 01 8424833 [c] Dimplex UK Limited All rights reserved. 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