WarmlyYours UDG-4999 User manual

WarmlyYours UDG-4999 User manual
QUICK GUIDE
Type UCG/UDG
English
67101 05/11 (MBC)
Introduction
This thermostat can switch on your heating system at predetermined
times on different days of the week. For each day of the week, you can
set individual temperatures for 4 periods, called events. The thermostat
comes with a default schedule suitable for most installations. Unless you
change the settings, the thermostat will operate in compliance with the
default schedule. Lowering the temperature when the home is unoccupied will reduce your energy costs without reducing comfort.
Furthermore, the thermostat features an adaptive function that automatically changes heating period start times so as to ensure that the
required temperature is reached at the required time.The full manual
can be downloaded at:
WWW.OJ-MICROLINE.COM/INTUITE
GFCI test button
Up button
OK button
Down button
4 Press the OK button. The minutes will flash.
Press the Up or Down button until the required minutes are
displayed, press OK.
5 The temperature setting will now flash in the upper part of the
display. Press the Up or Down button to set the required temperature. Press the OK button.
6 The symbol for the next event (e.g. at work) will now flash, allowing you to set the time and temperature for this period of the day
by repeating steps 3-5.
7 O nce the four events have been set for all days, the display will
return to the Program menu. Finally, select Exit to exit the Program for a 5:2 schedule.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)
The thermostat has a built-in GFCI that ensures personal safety in case
of ground faults.
It is important that the GFCI is checked monthly. See full manual on
www.oj-microline.com/intuite.
On/Off button
Reset GFCI
FIRST TIME SETTINGS
• Time and day:
The first time you turn on the thermostat, time and day must be set.
The time flashes. Set the current time using the Up or Down button.
Then press the OK button to confirm the time. The day of the week
will then flash. Select the current day using the Up or Down button.
Press the OK button.
• Select Mode:
The thermostat features 3 different modes of temperature control:
Auto:
Controlled automatically via the 4-event schedule.
Override:
Change the temperature for a single event.
Manual:Set a temperature manually. 4-event program is
cancelled.
Press OK to access Mode and select the required mode using the
Up or Down button. Press the OK button.
• Select Schedule:
The weekly 4-event schedule:
5:2: Mon-Fri with 4 events/Sat-Sun with 2 events.
6:1: Mon-Sat with 4 events/Sun with 2 events.
7:0: Mon-Sun with 4 individual events.
Press the Up or Down button until the Schedule option flashes.
Press OK and then press the Up or Down button until the required
program (5:2, 6:1 or 7:0) flashes. Confirm with OK.
The thermostat is now ready for use.
How to program the thermostat
The thermostat is pre-programmed with a 4-event program, see Factory Settings below. The program can be adapted individually for the
following 4-events:
• when I wake up in the morning
• when I am away at work
• when I come home
• and at night
1 Press the Up or Down button until the Program option flashes.
Press the OK button.
2 P ress the Up or Down button until the day(s) that you wish to
program flash in the lower part of the display, e.g. Mon Tue
Wed Thu Fri. Press OK.
3 The symbol for the first event
will now flash.
The hour will flash, allowing you to set the hour at which you
want the morning period to begin. Press the Up or Down button
until the required hour is displayed.
Settings
The Settings option allows the following to be set:
Time:Set the hour and minutes.
Day:Set the actual day.
Child lock:Activate the child lock. To unlock, press OK to
activate the menu, then hold the Up and Down
buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
°C / °F:Choose between Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Application:Select the type of control used:
Room/Floor/Regulator/Room limit*.
Offset temp:Adjust the measured temperature.
Readout: Readout of energy consumption in per cent,
software version and application.
Adaptive: Ensures the required temperature is reached at
the programmed time.
Display:Select what is shown on the default display.
Factory reset:Restore factory settings.
* Only UDG.
Exit Menu
The various menus and sub-menus contain an Exit option.
1Press the Up or Down button until Exit flashes.
2Press the OK button. You may have to repeat steps 1 and 2 to
return to the final Exit option.
Should you enter a menu by mistake, you can exit it again without
changing the setting by simply confirming the current setting, i.e. by
clicking the OK button.
Factory Settings for Automatic 5:2 Program
Days 1-5 (Monday - Friday)
Event
Time
Temperature
Morning
6:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
77°F / 25°C
Out
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
68°F / 20°C
Home
4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
77°F / 25°C
Night
10:00 p.m. - 6:00 a.m.
68°F / 20°C
Days 6-7 (Saturday - Sunday)
Event
Time
Temperature
Day
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
77°F / 25°C
Night
11:00 p.m. - 08:00 a.m.
68°F / 20°C
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QUICK GUIDE
Type UCG/UDG
67101 05/11 (MBC)
Bouton haut
Bouton OK
Bouton bas
Auto :
Fonction
prioritaire :
Manuelle :
Heure
Matin
6h-8h
77 °F / 25 °C
Absent
8 h - 16 h
68 °F / 20 °C
16 h – 22 h
77 °F / 25 °C
Nuit
22 h – 6 h
68 °F / 20 °C
Heure
Jour
8 h - 23 h
77 °F / 25 °C
Nuit
23 h – 8 h
68 °F / 20 °C
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QUICK GUIDE
Tipo UCG/UDG
67101 05/11 (MBC)
Hora
Temperatura
6.00 - 8.00
77 °F / 25 °C
Ausente
8.00 - 16.00
68 °F / 20 °C
16.00 - 22.00
77 °F / 25 °C
Noche
22.00 - 6.00
68 °F / 20 °C
Días 6-7 (sábado - domingo)
Evento
Hora
Temperatura
Día
8.00 - 23.00
77 °F / 25 °C
Noche
11.00 - 8.00
68 °F / 20 °C
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OJ ELECTRONICS A/S
Stenager 13B · DK-6400 Sønderborg
Tel.: +45 73 12 13 14 · Fax: +45 73 12 13 13
[email protected] · www.ojelectronics.com
© 2011 OJ Electronics A/S · ® The OJ trademark is a registered trademark belonging to OJ Electronics A/S
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