Conditions of Use Vaillant issue these diagrams on condition that the user; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ensures the installation conforms with the appliance installation instructions Ensures that any external control connected to a Vaillant boiler or VANTAGE unvented hot water cylinder is compatible. Accepts all liability for verification of the circuitry as being correct and suitable for the use intended. Accepts all liability for verification of the system design being correct and suitable for the use intended. Accepts the condition that any wiring, pipe run, sizing, or layout ect, where shown are illustrations and not to be used other than as a guide.

Any electrical work should be in accordance with BRITISH STANDARDS and IEE Regulations. Legends to the drawings for both electrical and pipe work diagrams give basic requirements, recommendations and symbols used. Used within these diagrams and tables are trademarks and registered propriety names, Vaillant acknowledges their owners rights and thanks them for help in providing this information.

DATE 09/04/2001 DRAWING N0. CD0/0/0/0/14

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PRELIMINARY ELECTRICALCHECKS

Before carrying out preliminary electrical checks , ENSURE there is NO VOLTAGE at the appliance using an electrical test meter . EARTH CONTINUITY CHECK Appliance must be electrically disconnected , meter set on Ω ( ohms ) scale . Test leads from all appliance earthed metals to earth pin or plug . Resistance should be less than 1 Ω ( ohm ) . If the resistance is greater than 1 Ω ( ohm ) then check all earth wires for continuity and all contacts clean and tight . If resistance of earth is still greater than 1 Ω ( ohm ) then this should be rectified by a electrician . SHORT CIRCUIT CHECK Appliance electrically disconnected . All switches ON ( including stats ) . Meter set on Ω (ohms ) scale . Test leads from L and N in appliance terminal strip / block , if meter reads “ 0 “ then there is a short circuit . RESISTANCE TO EARTH CHECK Appliance must be disconnected from mains supply and meter set on Ω ( ohms ) scale .All switches including stats on . Test with leads from L and E if meter reads less than O L ( infinity ) there is a fault . Test with leads from N to E . If meter reads less than O L ( infinity ) there is a fault . A detailed continuity check is required to trace the faulty component . NOTE:Should it be found that the fuse has failed but no fault is indicated a detailed continuity check ( ie. by disconnecting and checking each component ) is required to trace the faulty component . It is possible that a fault could occur as a result of local burning / arcing but no fault could be found under test . However , a detailed visual inspection should reveal evidence of burning around the fault . POLARITY CHECK Appliance connected to mains supply and meter set on VAC scale . Test at appliance terminal strip :a) Test leads from L to N - meter should read approx. 240 VAC . b) Test leads from L to E - meter should read approx. 240 VAC c) Test leads from N to E - meter should read from 0 - 15 VAC maximum . THUS THE TERMINAL MARKED “ L” IS THE LIVE TERMINAL . If a low VAC reading is given on terminals other than N to E there is an electrical fault . If Polarity check at the appliance terminal strip failed , a check must be made at the appliance plus inlet spur to check the wiring system up to the appliance and rectify any fault . If necessary repeat the test at the supply system socket / spur . If the fault also occurs at this stage there is a house system fault which requires attention by the electrical authority . The customer should be warned not to use the appliance until this examination has been carried out .

. CD0/0/0/0/12 TITLE:. Poor. WARNING. If the resistance to earth is still greater than 1 ohm ( Ω ) then the fault must be rectified before proceeding .EARTH CONTINUITY CHECK TEST 3 PIN PLUG THREE PIN PLUG OR SPUR CONNECTION UNIT ELECTRIC TEST METER R less than 1 ohm VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL STRIP TEST PROBE ON BOILER CHASSIS E E 1/N 2/L 3 4 5 3 amp FUSE N L VΩ + COM EARTH CONTINUITY :If the resistance between the earth pin of the plug and the appliance case is greater than 1 ohm ( Ω ) check all the earth wires for continuity and that all the contacts are clean and tight. as supposedly earthed metal would become LIVE giving rise of an electrical shock when touched.DATE 09/04/2001 DRAWING No. or no earth continuity will cause a danger if there is a short circuit on the appliance.

there is a short circuit fault which must be rectified. .SHORT CIRCUIT CHECK THREE PIN PLUG OR SPUR CONNECTION UNIT ELECTRIC TEST METER R less ? 0 VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL STRIP E E 1/N 2/L 3 4 5 3 amp FUSE N L VΩ + COM SHORT CIRCUIT TEST :The resistance between L and N indicates the internal resistance of the appliance. If a fuse repeatedly fails.DATE 09/04/2001 DRAWING No. CD0/0/0/0/13 TITLE:. Where this is zero ohms. However. but no fault is found under test. a detailed visual inspection should reveal evidence of burning around the fault.e. but no fault is indicated in this test. It is possible that fault could occur as a result of local burning / arcing. by disconnecting and checking each component ) is required to trace the faulty component. a detailed continuity check ( i.

including any thermostats. should be switched on. CD0/0/0/0/15 TITLE:. there is a fault which should be isolated. If the resistance between L and E is other than infinity ( ∞ ). . A detailed continuity check is required to trace the faulty component.RESISTANCE TO EARTH CHECK THREE PIN PLUG OR SPUR CONNECTION UNIT ELECTRIC TEST METER R=8 VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL STRIP E E 1/N 2/L 3 4 5 3 amp FUSE N L VΩ + COM RESISTANCE TO EARTH CHECK :All switches.DATE 10/04/2001 DRAWING No.

there is an electrical fault. then there is a house system fault. The appliance should be left disconnected and the customer warned not to use the appliance until this work has been carried out. 3 ) :If a low Vac reading is given between terminals L and N or Land E. such as a NICEIC registered contractor. . repeat the test at the supply system socket outlet / spur. This should be rectified by a competent electrician. If necessary. Repeat the test at the appliance plug / inlet spur to check the wiring system up to the appliance and rectify any fault. 2.MAINS VOLTAGE AND POLARITY CHECK: PART 1 THREE PIN PLUG OR SPUR CONNECTION UNIT ELECTRIC TEST METER 240 Vac VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL STRIP E E 1/N 2/L 3 4 5 3 amp FUSE N L VΩ + COM MAINS VOLTAGE AND POLARITY CHECK ( TESTS PARTS 1.DATE 10/04/2001 DRAWING No. If the fault also occurs at this stage. CD0/0/0/0/16 TITLE:.

Transposing neutral and earth would not prevent the appliance from working. CD0/0/0/0/17 TITLE:. . The exceptions are some models with spark generators or microprocessor controls. However.MAINS VOLTAGE AND POLARITY CHECK PART: 2 THREE PIN PLUG OR SPUR CONNECTION UNIT ELECTRIC TEST METER 240 Vac VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL STRIP E E 1/N 2/L 3 4 5 3 amp FUSE N L VΩ + COM MAIN VOLTAGE AND POLARITY CHECK CONTINUED :. most switches are normally connected in the live circuit and transposition of the live and neutral would mean the appliance was still ‘on’ when apparently switched ‘off’. In addition. but is contrary to the electricity supply regulations and must be avoided.Part two Most appliances will appear to operate normally with the live and neutral connections transposed. if there is a short to earth.DATE 10/04/2001 DRAWING No. It would also cause the appliance to become live if there was a fault in the earth circuit. On some installations it would cause the earth trip to fail. the fuse would not blow and the resulting current flow could cause a fire. Transposing live and earth connections should cause the fuse to blow.

MAINS VOLTAGE AND POLARITY CHECK PART: 3 THREE PIN PLUG OR SPUR CONNECTION UNIT ELECTRIC TEST METER 0 to 15 Vac VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL STRIP E E 1/N 2/L 3 4 5 3 amp FUSE N L VΩ + COM MAIN VOLTAGE AND POLARITY CHECK CONTINUED :.DATE 10/04/2001 DRAWING No.Part three . CD0/0/0/0/18 TITLE:.conclusion .

SAT : SATISFIED . HW : HOT WATER . DHW : DOMESTIC HOT WATER . ALTERNATIVELY. UNSWITCHED. SW LIVE TO STAT CH = HW = . DOUBLE . 2/CH : TWO CHANNEL . V : VIOLET . N/U : NOT USED . SP : SPARE . WIRING COLOURS : BL : BLUE .240V. N : NEUTRAL . DEMAND TO BOILER = . NOTE :. AND ISSUED STRICTLY ON CONDITION THAT THE INSTALLER ACCEPTS ALL LIABILITY FOR VERIFICATION OF THE CIRCUITRY AS BEING CORRECT AND SUITABLE FOR THE USE INTENDED . SW : SWITCHED . WIRING DIAGRAMS ISSUED BY VAILLANT ARE A GUIDE ONLY. G/Y : GREEN / YELLOW . BK : BLACK . SWITCH = C OR COM : COMMON . VFC : VOLT FREE CONTACT OR CONTACTS . L : LINE . DP DT : DOUBLE POLE DOUBLE THROW SP ST : SINGLE POLE SINGLE THROW . ALL CONTROLS & COMPONENTS ARE SHOWN AS WIRED TO THESE TERMINALS UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. . YL : YELLOW .DATE 06/04/2001 DRAWING No.LEGEND TO DRAWINGS … ELECTRICAL ALL WIRING TO COMPLY WITH BRITISH STANDARDS AND I E E REGULATIONS MAIN ELECTRICAL SUPPLY : 3 AMP FUSED . CD0/0/0/0/4 TITLE:.INSTALLERS MUST ENSURE THAT ANY EXTERNAL CONTROLS CONNECTED TO VAILLANT BOILERS ARE COMPATIBLE . LIVE TO SYSTEM = . OR : ORANGE . D OR DEM : DEMAND . TL: TRANSLUCENT . CH : CENTRAL HEATING . . TP : TRANSPARENT . NC : NORMALLY CLOSED . WH : WHITE . . SHUTTERED SOCKET TO BS 1363.POLE ISOLATOR WITH AT LEAST 3 mm SEPARATION IN ALL POLES APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. PROGRAMMER : CONNECTION DETAILS MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROGRAMMER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . GN : GREEN . S/CH : SINGLE CHANNEL . VIA FUSED. EARTH TERMINAL DESIGNATION : OR LINE DRAWING : CONNECTING = DESIGNATION : . RED : RED . VIA FUSED 3 PIN. GR : GREY . CROSSING = . NEUTRAL FROM SYSTEM = l l . TERMINAL INDICATORS IDENTIFICATION : E : EARTH . . NOTE LINKS MAY OR MAY NOT BE NEEDED . S/C OR SEC /C : SECONDARY CIRCUIT . NO : NORMALLY OPEN . READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH BOILER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . W-B : WHITE OR BROWN . JOINING = . BR : BROWN . WIRING CENTRE / JUNCTION BOX : DO NOT USE A PRE-WIRED PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD TYPE .

THEY ARE ISSUED STRICTLY ON CONDITION THAT THE INSTALLER ACCEPTS ALL LIABILITY FOR THE SYSTEM DESIGN BEING CORRECT AND SUITABLE FOR THE USE INTENDED .5 metres ). LS = LOCK SHIELD . THE INSTALLER TO ENSURE THAT THE INSTALLATION CONFORMS TO THE APPLIANCE INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS . SYMBOLS & CUSTOMS USED = PRIMARY FLOW . THE SUPPLIED 3 PORT MID POSITION VALVE MAY BE REPLACED WITH A 2 PORT SPRING RETURN VALVE . ON MODULAR INSTALLATIONS ENSURE : SUFFICIENT EXPANSION CAPACITY IS PROVIDED . = PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE = 2 PORT SPRING RETURN VALVE . = SHUT OFF VALVE : SUFFIX = PRIMARY RETURN . PIPE RUNS AND SIZING ECT WHERE SHOWN ARE ILLUSTRATIONS AND NOT TO BE USED OTHER THAN AS A GUIDE. BV = BALANCING VALVE . CD0/0/0/0/5 TITLE:.ALL DRAWINGS ARE DIAGRAMMATIC LAYOUTS ONLY . = 3 PORT MID POSITION VALVE = ADDITIONAL EXPANSION VESSEL = NON . WITH VANTAGE UNVENTED HOT WATER CYLINDERS . A CORRECTLY SIZED ADDITIONAL PUMP WILL BE REQUIRED.LEGEND TO DRAWINGS … PIPEWORK SCHEMATICS ALL PIPEWORK TO COMPLY WITH BRITISH STANDARDS AND THE RELEVENT WATER REGULATIONS NOTE :. WHERE THE CIRCUIT RESISTANCE EXCEEDS 25kPa ( 2. A REVERSE RETURN PIPEWORK ARRANGEMENT USED WITH NON-RETURN VALVES ON FLOW PIPES FROM BOILERS .RETURN VALVE = PUMP = FILLING LOOP . ISSUED AS A GUIDE . DC = DRAIN COCK . ADDITION SYSTEM PUMPS TO BE ON THE COMMON FLOW .DATE 22/03/2001 DRAWING No.

VCW RANGE THERMOcompact COMBIcompact ECOmax 200 SERIES N L 1N t N 2L t L 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14243 not used UK t t t L/OUT SW/L SW/N 144424443 144424443 20 VDC 200 V not used in UK X3 X1 VU. CD0/0/0/0/1 T3W BOILER RANGE TITLE:. VUW RANGE THERMOcompact TURBOmax 9 8 7 5 t SW/N 4 3 L t L N t N 144424443 not used in UK t t SW/L L/OUT ECOmax 800 SERIES 600 SERIES N t N L t L 3 4 5 7 8 9 0 Vac t t t L/OUT SW/L SW/N 1444442444443 24V~ not used in UK TURBOmax Pro TURBOmax Plus THERMOcompact 600 SERIES ecoMAX 800/2 SERIES 600/2 SERIES 7 8 9 L t L N t N t 3 t L/OUT 4 5 144424443 24V not used in UK t t SW/L SW/N NOTE :. EXTERNAL CONTROLS SWITCH BETWEEN THESE TERMINALS. .as part of terminal strip VC.DATE 21/03/2001 DRAWING No.ALL BOILERS SUPPLIED WITH LINK BETWEEN TERMINALS 3 & 4.VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL DESIGNATION 6 t N/U 5 t SW/N 4 3 2R t L 1Mp t N not ECOmax t t SW/L L/OUT ECOmax .

LP711 ACL DRAYTON SWITCHMASTER SM300 ACL DRAYTON SWITCHMASTER 980 N L s s N DANFOSS RANDALL 103 SERIES L 4 s 1 N L 4 s s s N L 1 3 E N L s s s s 3 E 5 6 DANFOSS RANDALL SET 1E. C17 LANDIS & STAEFA RWB7 E s E N L s s N L 1 2 3 4 3 s 6 4 s 3 4 4 s E N L s s s E N N s N L L s L 1 1 2 3 s 2 3 4 POTTERTON MYSON EP4002.DATE 29/03/2001 DRAWING N0. FST17 SUNVIC SELECT 107 4 3 2/L 1/N s s s s 1 2 3 4 mains supply N L E s s s 5 6 E ~ 4 s 2 3 4 N L 3 s s s N L 1 . EP5002 N A B C D N L s s N L 1 2 3 4 3 E s s s 4 5 E SMITHS TIMEGUARD SupplyMASTER FST11. CD0/0/0/0/9 TITLE:. 425 CORONET HORSTMANN CentaurPlus C11. ST6100C N s N HORSTMANN ChannelPlus H11.VAILLANT COMBINATION BOILER TERMINAL CONNECTIONS FOR SINGLE CHANNEL TIME SWITCHES N L 3 s s s N L 1 2 4 s 3 4 3 s 2 3 4 3 s 2 4 s 1 2 A B C 3 4 ACL DRAYTON Tempus 1. TS975 E N L s s s E N L 1 N s N 2 3 4 3 s s 4 5 6 4 s 2 3 4 DANFOSS RANDALL TS715 L 3 s s L L s L L s L 1 3 s 1 2 4 s 3 3 s 5 2 1 GRÄSSLIN TOWERCHRON QE1. QM1 N s N 3 4 s s 3 4 4 s 4 HONEYWELL ST6100A. Tempus 2 Lifestyle LP111. H17.

4. TLX RFD N s N L s L 1 3 4 s s 2 3 4 VAILLANT VRT 9083QT. CM31. REV 15. TITLE:. 3.DATE 29 .SCR Receiver N L 3 s s s N L 1 4 s 3 DANFOSS RANDALL TP4. 7 3 4 s s 1 2 3 4 LANDIS & STAEFA REV 11.VAILLANT COMBINATION BOILER TERMINAL CONNECTIONS FOR PROGRAMMABLE ROOM THERMOSTATS N L 3 s s s N L 1 2 3 s 1 2 4 s 3 4 4 s 3 4 s 2 3 3 s 2 4 s 3 4 s 4 3 s 1 2 4 s B C 5 6 4 s 3 4 1 ACL DRAYTON Digistat RF . REV 22 3 4 s s L L1 SMITHS TIMEGUARD ProgramaSTAT PRT11. 2001 DRAWING N0. TP5. CM37 3 s A HORSTMANN Centaurstat 1. CD0/0/0/0/8 ACL DRAYTON Lifestyle PT271. VRT 9084QW N L 3 4 s s s s 9 F 7 8 . CM67. PRT17 L s L N 3 4 s s s N 3 s 1 3 4 s 2 3 4 SUNVIC TLX 6501 SUNVIC TLX RFP. 03 . TP5E DANFOSS RANDALL TP5E RF with receiver RX1 N s N L s L 1 3 s 3 s 2 DANFOSS RANDALL TP75 A GRÄSSLIN TOWERCHRON RTC 7 B C 1 2 3 HONEYWELL CM61. PT371 ACL DRAYTON Digistat 2.

ST6400 L t 3 N t 5 N Note: X indicates terminal not used t 5 HW ON 1 t 7 L t 3 HORSTMANN CHANNEL PLUS H21. CD0/0/0/0/3 DRAYTON LP241. X indicates terminal not used SIEMENS – LANDIS & STAEFA RWB 2. TEMPUS 7 TITLE:. 03 . 2001 DRAWING N0. 2-5. X indicates terminals not used E t X N t 5 L t 3 COM 2 POTTERTON EP2001. H27. LP722 Note: X indicates terminal not used TEMPUS 6.DATE 21 . Note: Link L-2. 425 TIARA. LP522. QM2 Note: X indicates terminal not used N t 5 CH ON 3 t 6 L t 3 CH OFF 4 t X HONEYWELL ST699B. X indicates terminal not used ST6200. EP6002 Note: Link L-5. 5-8. ST6300. ST799A Note: Link L-5.2 CHANNEL PROGRAMMERS FOR USE WITH VAILLANT BOILERS USING 3 PORT MID-POSITION VALVES single boiler application connection details HW OFF 1 t 8 HW OFF 1 t 8 HW OFF 1 t 8 HW OFF 1 t 8 COM 5 CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X HW ON 6 t 7 HW OFF 1 t 8 HW OFF 3 t 8 HW OFF 1 t 8 CH OFF 2 t X HW OFF 1 t 8 HW OFF 1 t 8 CH OFF 2 t X CH ON 4 t 6 HW ON 3 t 7 CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH ON 4 t 6 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 HW OFF 7 t 8 HW ON 3 t 7 COM 5 CH ON 4 t 6 CH OFF 6 t X COM 5 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 COM 8 N t 5 L t 3 E Note: X indicates terminal not used t E N t 5 L t 3 DANFOSS RANDALL CP715. RWB 9 Note: X indicates terminal not used N E t E N t 5 L t 3 L t t 5 3 SUNVIC SELECT 207 Note: X indicates terminal not used N t 5 L t 3 . EP3001. FP715 Note: X indicates terminals not used E t X N t 5 L t 3 GRÄSSLIN TOWERCHRON QE2.

ST6300. H27. LP722 Note: X indicates terminals not used TEMPUS 6. LP522. EP6002 Note: Link L-5. QM2 Note: X indicates terminals not used N t 5 CH ON 3 t 6 L t 3 HONEYWELL ST699B. ST799A Note: Link L-5. CD0/0/0/0/2 DRAYTON LP241. 04 . X indicates terminals not used ST6200. EP3001. FP715 Note: X indicates terminals not used E t X N t 5 L t 3 GRÄSSLIN TOWERCHRON QE2. ST6400 L t 3 N t 5 CH OFF 4 t X HW COM OFF 7 8 t X HW ON 3 t 7 COM 5 CH ON 4 t 6 CH OFF 6 t X COM 5 N Note: X indicates terminals not used t 5 HW ON 1 t 7 L t 3 COM 2 HORSTMANN CHANNEL PLUS H21. X indicates terminals not used E t X N t 5 L t 3 POTTERTON EP2001. X indicates terminals not used E t E N t 5 L t 3 SIEMENS – LANDIS & STAEFA RWB 2. Note: Link L-2. TEMPUS 7 TITLE:.2 CHANNEL PROGRAMMERS FOR USE WITH VAILLANT BOILERS USING 2 PORT SPRING RETURN ZONE VALVES single boiler application – use as guide only for multi boiler applications HW OFF 1 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X HW ON 6 t 7 HW OFF 1 t X HW OFF 3 t X HW OFF 1 t X CH OFF 2 t X HW OFF 1 t X HW OFF 1 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH ON 4 t 6 HW ON 3 t 7 CH OFF 2 t X CH OFF 2 t X CH ON 4 t 6 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 HW ON 3 t 7 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 CH ON 4 t 6 N t 5 L t 3 E Note: X indicates terminals not used t E N t 5 HW OFF L 1 t 3 t X HW OFF 1 t X HW OFF 1 t X COM 5 DANFOSS RANDALL CP715. RWB 9 Note: X indicates terminals not used N L t t 5 3 SUNVIC SELECT 207 Note: X indicates terminals not used N t 5 L t 3 . 5-8. 2-5.DATE 30 . 2001 DRAWING No. 425 TIARA.

TP5E DANFOSS RANDALL TP5E RF with receiver RX1 N s N L s L 1 C s C SW/L s s 2 3 SW/L s 4 C s 1 2 5 6 SW/L s 3 4 DANFOSS RANDALL TP75 A GRÄSSLIN TOWERCHRON RTC 7 B C 1 2 3 HONEYWELL CM61.DATE 02 . TITLE:. TP5. CM37 C SW/L s s A B C HORSTMANN Centaurstat 1. VRT 9084QW N L C SW/L s s s s 9 F 7 8 . 3. 04 . CM31.SCR Receiver N L C s s s N L 1 SW/L s 3 DANFOSS RANDALL TP4. 2001 DRAWING N0. 7 C SW/L s s 1 2 3 4 LANDIS & STAEFA REV 11. CD0/0/0/0/11 ACL DRAYTON Lifestyle PT271. REV 22 C SW/L s s L L1 SMITHS TIMEGUARD ProgramaSTAT PRT11.VAILLANT BOILER TERMINAL CONNECTIONS FOR PROGRAMMABLE ROOM THERMOSTATS ON HEATING SYSTEMS SINGLE BOILER APPLICATIONS = QQQ N L C s s s N L 1 2 C s 1 2 SW/L s 3 4 SW/L s 3 SW/L s 2 3 C s 2 1 ACL DRAYTON Digistat RF . REV 15. PT371 ACL DRAYTON Digistat 2. 4. PRT17 L s L N C SW/L s s s N 3 4 SUNVIC TLX 6501 C SW/L s s 1 2 3 SUNVIC TLX RFP. TLX RFD N s N L s L 1 C SW/L s s 2 3 4 VAILLANT VRT 9083QT. CM67.

DATE 30/04/2001 DRAWING No.USE ONLY AS GUIDE FOR THERMOSTAT TERMINALS ON MULTI BOILER APPLICATIONS ROOM THERMOSTAT TERMINAL DESIGNATION COMMON LINE IN SWITCHED LINE OUT NEUTRAL FOR ANTICIPATOR EARTH 6 9 5 E VAILLANT VRT 30 DRAYTON DIGISTAT 1 DRAYTON RTS1.TERMINAL DESIGNATIONS FOR ROOM THERMOSTATS WITH VAILLANT BOILERS USING EITHER ZONE VALVES OR 3 PORT MID-POSITION VALVE SINGLE BOILER APPLICATION = QQ NOTE:. CD0/0/0/0/6 TITLE:. RTS2 HONEYWELL T6360 SIEMES – LANDIS & STAEFA RAD1 DANFOSS RMT 230 DANFOSS RET 230 GRÄSSLIN TOWERCHRON RS SUNVIC TLX2000 series POTTERTON PRT2 HORSTMANN HRT2 3/L 4/* 5/N 1 L 1 1 1 L 1 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 1 4 N 4 4 N 4 E N 2 E TL H 1 3 .

DATE 30/04/2001 DRAWING No.SWITCHED BRAKE ON RISE 3 .SWITCHED BRAKE ON RISE 3 .SWITCHED MAKE ON RISE EARTH 7 4 8 E 7 10 N/U E DRAYTON HTS3 DANFOSS ATC GRÄSSLIN TOWER CS1 HONEYWELL L641 HORSTMANN HTC1 C 1 1 2 2 3 E C 1 1 2 2 3 YL E RED BK YL RED BK C 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 2 E C 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 2 E SIEMENS – LANDIS & STAEFA RAM1 1 SUNVIC SA 2452 3 .USE ONLY AS A GUIDE FOR CYLINDER STAT TERMINALS ON MULTI BOILER APPLICATIONS CYLINDER THERMOSTAT TERMINAL DESIGNATION 3 PORT MID-POSITION VALVE SYSTEM 2 x 2 PORT ZONE VALVE SYSTEM 1 .SWITCHED MAKE ON RISE EARTH 1 .TERMINAL DESIGNATIONS FOR CYLINDER THERMOSTATS WITH VAILLANT BOILERS USING EITHER 3 PORT MID-POSITION VALVE OR ZONE VALVES = Q NOTE:.COMMON LINE IN 2 . CD0/0/0/0/7 TITLE:.COMMON LINE IN 2 .

SCHEMATIC OF WIRING A VAILLANT BOILER TO A TIMER AND ROOM THERMOSTAT FOR BOILER TERMINAL LAYOUT SEE SPECIFIC BOILER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS N L 3 4 5 20 VDC 6447448 7 8 9 DO NOT USE IN UK MAINS SUPPLY 230 V~ 50 Hz N L 3 amp FUSE SWITCH CONTACTS t l s l ROOM THERMOSTAT t s N CLOCK .DATE 02/04/2001 DRAWING No. CD0/0/0/0/10 TITLE:.

WIRE SHOWN BROWN CAN BE WHITE ON 3 PORT MID-POSITION VALVES ROOM THERMOSTAT A B AB .VAILLANT BOILER WITH HOT WATER CYLINDER AND HEATING ZONE BY 3 PORT MID-POSITION DIVERTER VALVE DRAWING N0. CD1/1/1/0/4 (SCHEMATIC ‘Y’ PLAN TYPE SYSTEM) FOR BOILER TERMINAL LAYOUT SEE SPECIFIC BOILER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MAIN SUPPLY 3 AMP FUSED N L E BOILER 1/N 2/L 3 4 5 E N L 2 CHANNEL PROGRAMMER HW OFF CH OFF N/U HW ON CH ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 EARTHS NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY 1 2 3 COM SW/L N CYLINDER THERMOSTAT NOTE:.DATE 06/04/01 TITLE:.

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