This product is designed according to EN 60730-2-9 and EN60730-2-7 standards, in compliance with the applicable EC directives, and made in Italy.
Power supply Alkaline Batteries 2x1,5V LR6 (Type AA)
Battery life >1year
Maximum capacity of the contacts 5A(1A) 250VAC
Type of action 1B
Temperature display range 0°C ÷ 39°C
Temperature regulation range 5°C ÷ 30°C
Temperature resolution 0,1°C
Temperature probe NTC 100KΩ@25°C
Temperature differential da 0,1°C a 2,0°C (standard 0,2°C)
Degree of protection IP20
Insulation class Type II (double insulation)
Pollution degree 2
Software class A
Heat and fire resistance Category D
Storage temperature -25÷60°C
Maximum operating temperature 50°C
Rated impulse withstand voltage 2,5kV
Installation on wall
Selectable “WINTER” or “SUMMER” mode Sì, è selezionabile
“AUTO” function between two temperature levels, NORMAL (T1) and REDUCED(T2) Sì, esiste
Operating temperature 0°C ÷ 50°C
Class ErP I (ON/OFF adjustment) (+1%) - 811/2013 (ON/OFF regulation)
Class ErP IV (TPI adjustment) (+2%) - 811/2013 (TPI regulation)
It is recommended to install the appliance strictly in compliance with all safety and law provisions in force.
Before connecting the thermostat, make sure that the supply voltage of the UNIT TO BE CONTROLLED (boiler, pump, air-conditioning system, etc.) is NOT CONNECTED and that it matches the indication given inside the appliance (250V~ max).
In case of repeated malfunctioning, please call our Technical Service. Do not tamper for any reason with any part of the thermostat.
Place this device far from any heat source or air flow, at about a 1,5mt height from the floor. Open the device pushing the clip on the base right side (Fig.1-1) then rotate the front cover leftward (Fig.1-2) and lift slightly to unfasten it (Fig.1-3).
Remove the two screws (Fig.2-D) fixing the inner protection cover for the electrical connections. Rotate leftward and release it. Fix the base on to the wall, using the horizontal (Fig.2,A-A or A-B) or the vertical (Fig.2, C-C) holes. Take care to dispose the cables in a proper manner through the window on the bottom of the base. Connect the wires to the terminal block according to the schematics (Fig.3) and place the protective inner cover again over the electric parts. Fix the screws (Fig.2-D). Dispose the optional external probe cable separately from the relay thermostat connection wires. Insert the batteries in their compartment on the display board as described (Fig.4). To close the device proceed as in the (Fig.1), reversing the sequence of operations: pairing the two left parts (Fig.1-3) then turn the front to the right side (Fig.1-2) until the hook (Fig.1-1) clicks on the base.
REPLACING THE BATTERIES
When the symbol (batteries discharged) flashes on the display, the batteries must be replaced as soon as possible. In this situation, the clock thermostat will keep on working properly for a short period of time, after which the system will be turned off permanently using the energy left over in the batteries. From this moment on, the display will show both the writing and the fixed symbol .
Description of controls and operation
DISPLAYED SYMBOLS LEGEND
4-digit multifunction indicator for temperature display, reduced set point, clock and user / installer settings.
Set display backlit brightness.
View or set the clock
Summer mode (conditioning)
Winter mode (heating)
System ON (conditioning)
System ON (heating)
View or set reduced T2 Set Point
Setting the clock
•Set the hours by + and – then OK
•Set the minutes by + and – then OK.
The device switches to OFF mode.
The display shows OFF and the anti-frost function is active. Press Mode to browse active modes (Manual mode, Automatic mode, OFF mode).
In AUTOMATIC mode the thermostat sets the ambient temperature at the Comfort or Reduced T2 values, according to the programming of the micro switches. The display show AUTO to identify this modality.
SETTING THE TIME PROGRAMME
The device is equipped with a row of micro switches with 24 levers that correspond to the time slots in a day. The time programme is easy to set; simply push the levers upward (position T1) for the hours in which you want to have a COMFORT temperature, and push them downward for the hours in which you want a REDUCED T2 temperature.
SETTING THE COMFORT TEMPERATURE
You can always set COMFORT temperature by turning the central knob to the value required. You can change the temperature between 5°C and 30°C in both winter and summer operation.
SETTING THE REDUCED T2 TEMPERATURE
The REDUCED T2 temperature is set by pressing button + and –
You can change the temperature between 5°C and 30°C in 0.1°C increments in both winter and summer operation. During the setting, the icon flashes until the new value is stored.
In MANUAL mode the thermostat sets the ambient temperature at the COMFORT temperature, regardless of how the micro switches are programmed.
In OFF mode, press the SET key to enter in the settings menu. The SET icon will be displayed to confirm the operation. Press again SET to browse the available options.
1.Set Winter/Summer mode. Icon or flashing Press + or – to set Summer mode () or Winter mode ( ).
2.Set clock. Icon flashing. Press + or – to set the clock.
3.Set backlit brightness. Icon flashing. Press + or – to set the brightness.
In OFF mode, press and hold + and – simultaneously for 10 seconds to enter in the menu. The SET and MAN icons will be displayed confirming the operation. Press again SET to browse the available parameters.
1.Parameter P01 -> Set antifrost threshold (standard 6.0°C)Press + or – to modify the value. Press SET to confirm.
2.Parameter P02 -> Switching differential in ON/OFF regulation (standard 0.2°C) Press + or – to modify the value. Press SET to confirm.
3.Parameter P03 -> Temperature calibration (standard 0.0°C) Press + or – to modify the value. Press SET to confirm.
4.Parameter P04 -> Set regulation mode Press + or – to modify the value :
0) Regulation mode ON/OFF
1) Regulation mode TPI for radiator systems
2) Regulation mode TPI for floorsystems
Press SET to confirm. At the end of the settings, press MODE to return to the OFF state.