-Powered by three 1.5 V alkaline batteries, typeLR 03 or AAA (supplied), with a life of morethan a year. Low-battery indication.-Integral proportional regulation (Category B),time base 15 minutes.-Five (5) fixed programmes and 1 personalprogramme (per day) for each day.-Two (2) adjustable temperatures (from 5°C to30°C) for programming.-Manual programme override: Possibility of choosing a temperature between 5°C and 30°Cuntil the next change of programme.-Absence mode: Possibility of choosing atemperature between 5°C and 15°C due toabsence from the home (from 1 to 99 days or permanent).-Digital display.-Sliding door for access to programming keys.-Overall dimensions of box: 110 x 82 x 32 mm.-Wall-fitted or on the stand provided.-Transmission frequency: 433 MHz.-Class Ii insulation.-Apparatus conforms to EEC Directive 89/336.-Transmission of the On/Off arder every 15minutes or in a change of state of the regulation.
Radio waves are propagated in the same way aslight, in straight lines.lndoors the waves are reflected and weakenedby obstacles in their path.
For correct operation of the programme it isnecessary to situate the transmitter in a placethat is thermally representative of the room,avoiding corners, proximity to doors andWindows, as well as by the sun, chimneys,radiators,..The recommended height is 1.5 metres from thefloor.The transmitter can be regarded as a remotecontrol for the central heating, that follows theuser aming to where he is at each moment (inthe kitchen, ding-room, bedroom) with theobjective of constantly having the most suitabletemperature.
To fit the transmitter on a Wall, it is necessary toremove the back cover as shown in Fig. 1. Once theback cover is removed from the thermostat, it shouldbe fixed to the wall using the indicated holes 1.(Fig. 1).
3. STARTING UP
3.1 Fitting the batteries
Three (3) alkaline 1.5 V batteries, type LR 03 or AAA (with a life of more than 1 year).
Do not userechargeable batteries.2.2.2 Fitting on the stand
The thermostat can be placed on a side-boardor table by inserting the clips of the stand in theholes (1) in the back cover, as shown in thediagram. The aforementioned transmitting andthermal conditions for the chosen situation shouldnot be forgotten.To fit the batteries, remove the back cover (Fig. 2)and insert the batteries, being careful to respectthe polarity (Fig. 3).
* Changing batteries
When the low battety indicator appears on thescreen, the batteries should be replaced sincedeterioration of the batteries could cause internaldamage to the apparatus.You have 2 minutes to replace the batterieswithout loss of memory in the apparatus (programmeand temperature).
3.2 Quick help label
There is a summary of all the operations for normal use on a self-adhesive label supplied withthe apparatus. This label can be stuck on the backof the sliding door.
3.3 Setting the time
1.2. or Hour setting (A)3.4. or Minute setting (B)5.6. or Day setting (C)(e.g. 1 = Monday)7. OK Star clock
3.4 Configuration / Reconfiguration
Each receiver has its own particular transmitter.This mode of configuration allows the pairing of the receiver with a transmitter (so there is nointerferente from nearby installations). lt alsoallows verification of the radio transmission.Configuration is donein 2 stages:1. (3 seconds) until theshown screen is obtained.The transmitter sendsinformation to the receiver.2. The flashing yellow lighton the receiver confirms reception of the information.
*lf the green
light is lit and steadx thereceiver is already configured.
To reconfigure it, press for 10 seconds untilthe green
light flashes slowly, then release.Press once more. The green
fight issteady and the receiver is reconfigured.
*lf the green
light flashes slowly the receiver is not configured.
Press . The green
light comes on. Thereceiver is configured.3. To exit the configuration mode.The red light indicates the condition of theoutput contact.
Lit = ClosedOut = Open3.5 Checking the radio transmission
To check the quality of the radio transmission, press(3 seconds) until the screen shown is obtained.The transmitter sends information to the receiver.The yellow light onthe receiver flashes in timeto the transmissions.The transmission is perfectif the green
lightflashes 3 times for eachreception ofs information.
3.6 lf a problem exists
lf the green
light flashes rapiclly, it meansthat the receiver has received no information for more than an hour.1) Check the transmitter batteries.2) Enter the configuration mode. (para. 3.4).lf the yellow lighton the receiver does not flash,move the transmitter about until flashing occurs.lf the yellow lighton the receiver flashes andthe green
light does not flash (3 times) for each reception of information, reconfigure bothapparatuses (para. 3.4)
Pressing the key changes the condition of theoutput contact (manual adjustment) until the nexttransmision form the thermostat (which alwayshas priority).
1Days of the week2Cancel the automaticprogramme3Long-term absence4Time5Central Heatingtemperature6State of output relay( = lit)7Low-battery indicator 8Temperature value9Measured temperature10Daily programme outline= Economy= Comfort)11Adjustment keys12Validation13Keys behind the door 14Comfort or Configuration15Economy (Night Setback) or Test16Cancel17Setting the time18Consulting or adjusting the weekly programme19 Absence keyFig.1Fig.2Fig.3