7 Day Timer Operation
Technical Bulletin
Number
Subject
Date
015
PC-P2HTE/PC-ART Program Timer
January 2009
Timer Operation Procedure
Ensure that the Remote Controller is turned OFF before commencing any
of the following settings
1)
Setting the actual time and day
2)
Setting/programming the timer schedule
a)
Press the “TIMER” button. “SET” and “SCHEDULE will be
indicated on the display. Schedule number 1 will flicker. All other
schedule numbers will be shown but will not flicker
There are four standard schedule settings and an additional
SHIFT (Energy Saving Mode) setting. This is labelled “S”.
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b)
Press the “U SCHEDULE” button. The Schedules will move from
setting 1 to S (Energy Saving Mode.)
This will be as follows:
1.., 2.., 3.., 4.., S..
Do not use the “S” setting for your initial set-up. Familiarise
yourself with the basic timer setting first.
c)
Select Schedule 1 for the first timer setting. Press “OK.” The
selected schedule number will stop flashing and will be indicated.
The hour of the “Hour ON” time will be flashing.
d)
Press the “U - SCHEDULE” and “V - DAY” arrows to select the
hour time, in this case “8”.
Press “OK.” The hour setting will stop flashing and remain steady.
The minutes will flash.
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e)
Press the “U” and “V” arrows to select the minutes time, in this
case 15 (8.15am).
Press “OK.” The minutes setting will stop flashing and remain
steady. The “Hour OFF” time will now be flashing
f)
Select the “Hour Off” time by pressing the “U” and “V” buttons
and the “OK” button, repeating the procedure in steps 4 and 5.
The example below now shows an “Hour On” time of 8.15am and
an “Hour Off” time of 9.00am.
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g)
The timer for Schedule “1” is now set. Press the “TIMER” button
to go back to normal operation mode. .
When the “TIMER” button is pressed the “SET” and “SCHEDULE”
will go off and the operation mode showing the set temperature and
the time-clock setting will resume.
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h)
To set additional schedules follows steps 1-7 as listed above. Select
Schedule 2, then Schedule 3 etc:
Typical schedule setting is as follows:
Schedule 1
Schedule 2
8.00am – on
8.00am – on
17.00pm – off
13.00pm – off
NOTE1:
It is not advisable to use this 7 day timer if you are already
using a central station controller. Use the 7 day timer option
on the central station for all schedule settings. This is
because the central station may override all of your settings.
NOTE 2:
To delete any schedule settings, repeat the procedure as
above. When you come to set the hours and minutes, press
“RESET” followed by “OK” instead of setting hours and
minutes. Complete the procedure by pressing the TIMER
button to return to normal operation.
Now that the Schedules are set they need to be applied to specific
days to allow the timer to work.
See next page for step-by-step guide to this procedure.
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3)
Setting schedules to specific week days.
a)
Ensure that the timer is off. Press and hold the “TIMER” button
for at least three seconds.
b)
“SET”, the schedule numbers and the days of the week will all
be highlighted.
c)
Press the “V DAY” button to scroll through all of the days.
These will scroll as follows:
Mon
Tues
Weds
Thurs
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun (flashing together)
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri (flashing together)
Sat, Sun (flashing together)
When you have selected the days that you want leave this
flashing.
d)
Press the “SCHEDULE U” button to scroll through all of the
schedules (1.., 2.., 3.., 4.., S..)
e)
Select the Schedule you need for the day you have selected.
Press “OK.” By repeatedly pressing “OK” you can remove the
non-operational schedule settings from the display.
f)
The day schedule is now set. Press the “TIMER” button to go
back to normal operation mode.
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g)
The remote control display will now show the current time and
the “NEXT SCHEDULE” setting.
Note:- If the operation does not work and “NEXT SCHEDULE” is
flashing, press the “SCHEDULE” button for three seconds. This will
give a constant display and the timer operation will work.
4)
“SHIFT” Temperature Setting (Energy Saving Mode).
A setting of +/-3°C or +/-5°C can be applied to the schedule
setting “S”.
In cooling mode the temperature will differ by +3 or 5ºC.
In heating mode the temperature will differ by -3 or 5ºC.
a) Perform steps 2a to 2f. Select “S” as the schedule setting.
b) After you have selected the “Hour off” time, press “OK” as
normal. You will then be prompted to enter the temperature
shift setting as shown below.
c) Press the “U” and “V” arrows to scroll between 3 or 5ºC.
d) The timer for Schedule “S” is now set. Press the “TIMER”
button to go back to normal operation mode.
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5)
To set Automatic
protection)
Heating
operation
(Anti-Freeze
a)
In Normal operation mode, press and hold the “MODE” button
for more than 3 seconds. This activates the Anti-Freeze
protection mode.
b)
This is indicated by the words “ON” in reversed out writing
appearing next to the actual time shown here on the left.
c)
To cancel this setting press and hold the “MODE” button for
more than 3 seconds, whilst in normal operation mode.
6)
Anti-Tamper setting (locking the Remote Control)
This setting will prohibit the use of the operation mode,
temperature adjustment, air-flow and auto-louver settings*.
a)
In normal operation mode, press and hold the “U” and “V”
buttons for more than 3 seconds
b)
“OPER. LOCK” will appear on the remote control display.
c)
To cancel this setting press and hold the “U” and “V” buttons
for more than 3 seconds, whilst in normal operation mode.
*
Enter controller optional set-up mode F8 – Fb to set these
parameters first.
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