TH 450


TH450E 24806640 06-10-14


Congratulations on the purchase of this TH450 programmable thermostat. For best performance and
to enable the best use of this programmable thermostat's characteristics and functions please read
this manual carefully and keep it available for future
• Read the warnings contained herein with care as
they furnish important instructions regarding safe
use, installation and maintenance.
• After removing the packaging check the condition of
the unit.
• The system must be installed in compliance with
current safety standards.
• The manufacturer declines all liability for any damage as a result of improper, incorrect or unreasonable
• Should the unit be in need of repair contact only a
technical support centre authorised by the manufacturer.

• Failure to comply with the above instructions may
compromise the unit's safety.
The TH450 programmable thermostat has been
designed to ensure perfect temperatures any time of
day, any day of the week.
It features a new temperature control system and
new functions.
The TH450 has been designed to adapt itself to all
types of systems featuring different thermal inertias
(convector heaters, radiant underfloor heating, electric heaters, etc.), it ensures maximum comfort and
savings in any environmental condition.
It is possible to choose between differential control
mode and integral proportional mode (cycles per
hour management). The latter allows the programmable thermostat to reduce the time the boiler is in
operation as the room temperature approaches the
desired temperature.

This provides a greater reduction in energy consumption while at the same time providing the highest
levels of comfort.
The TH450 has new features and functions that
• a backlit display;
• the possibility to set boiler ignition down to the
• a new AUTOMATIC ADVANCE function that allows
the TH450 to self-learn the periodicity required to
achieve the desired temperature at any chosen point
in time;
• an option to calibrate the measured room temperature;
• the use of a GSM relay interface which makes it
possible to remotely activate a manual or timer
controlled programme thus ensuring a welcoming
return home.
Wall mounting the installation takes only minutes.
The thermostat can be connected to the heating/
cooling installation simply by means of two wires.

Three LR03 1.5V penlight AAA alkaline batteries
are used to power the TH450 for over a year. Once
installed the unit is ready to operate based upon
on its standard pre-define programme residing in
memory. Based on actual needs, this programme
can be modified as required by setting the desired
temperatures for different times of the day and week.
The TH450 can be programmed with great ease, even
before it is installed. The ample backlit display makes
this easier, because at any time it permits the viewing
of all data and set programmes which can subsequently be changed as required.
Pressing the programming buttons causes the display
to light up for about 15 seconds from the last time
any key was pressed. The temperature differential can
be programmed from 0°C to 0.9°C.
The TH450 can control both heating and air-conditioning systems, and can be installed as a replacement for a previous on/off programmable thermostat.



The temperature differential can be
set between 0°C and 0.9°C
Suitable for systems with differing thermal
inertias (convector heaters, underfloor
heating, electric heaters) thus ensuring
best system use with the lowest possible
Proportional/integral adjustment
Allows for energy consumption optimisation with maximum room comfort thus
reducing boiler operating times based
on the difference between the set temperature and the room temperature. The
smaller the difference between these
temperatures the shorter the boiler ignition time will be compared to previously.
The TH450 self-adjusts so as to provide the
desired temperature at the pre-selected

Boiler ignition and shutdown setting
with 15 minute precision
In automatic operating mode the TH450
can ignite or shutdown the boiler on the
half or quarter of each hour, thus allowing
for more precise management of room
comfort programmes while at the same
time substantially optimising boiler energy consumption.
Temperature measurement calibration
If the TH450 is not properly situated (e.g.
installed near a heat source), temperature
measurement may be incorrect or may
not correspond to the actual temperature.
To solve this problem, it is possible to
calibrate the reading to within ±3°C and
in so doing optimise comfort and consumption.

Easy and complete daily and weekly
3-level programming
With the TH450, temperatures for any
time of any day of the week can be
programmed in a simple and intuitive
manner. Just a few buttons are used to set
the hourly temperature while at the same
time providing constant on-screen monitoring of programming progress.


1 6 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 .12 14 16 5 6 7 8 9 101113 15 17 18 28 TH450 19 20 4 3 2 1 Fig.

1) ATTENTION. 15 Frost protection. 16 17 18 COOLING programme. 7 8 9 10 11 1÷7 Days of the week. time. Button for selecting MANUAL or 5 AUTOMATIC mode.) the appropriate button will need to be pressed twice. 7 . When the heating system is in operation this icon is animated. Activation of the all-purpose programme mode. 13 Manual operating mode. INFORMATION DISPLAYED Program display for the hours. Button to increase temperature. setting the clock. 1 0 ÷ 23 The flashing cursor indicates the hour corresponding to the clock time.g. Battery charge status. To turn on the backlight simply press any button. To enter one of the selected functions (e. ALL-PURPOSE or MANUAL TIMER6 CONTROLLED programme activation button. System bypass.EXTERNAL CONTROLS AND SYMBOLS (see fig. 4 Temperature range T3. etc. 12 On-off time delays. Digital clock. HEATING programme. When the cooling system is in operation this icon is animated. etc. The backlight stays on for 15 seconds after the last press of a button. 3 Temperature range T2. 14 Remote activation. 2 Temperature range T1.

Setting of operating parameters. COOLING ( ) or OFF programme selection. T3. Digital thermometer. Decrease or increase of the hour within the ‘Daily’ programme display. it means that the batteries are low . time. 26 27 Button to decrease temperature. . R Reset. Copy programme. Setting of the clock and of the on/ off delay time. Day Selection. When this warning appears.19 20 21 22 C 1÷7 23 0÷23 24 25 P 28 8 HEATING ( ). T2. etc. Temperature programming in the three ranges T1.

. . . . .THERMAL DIFFERENTIAL . . . . . Page 39 20 . . . Page 28 13 . . . .CUSTOMISATION OF THE TEMPERATURE LEVELS FOR THE COOLING PROGRAMME. . . . . . . .Page 31 15 . . Page 35 17 . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . .CUSTOMISATION OF THE DAILY TEMPERATURE PROGRAMME . . . . . .Page 25 10 .Page 15 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SETTING OF SYSTEM ON-OFF TIME DELAYS. . . . . . . . . .PROPORTIONAL-INTEGRAL PROGRAMMING. . . . . . . . .ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. . . . . . . . .SYSTEM OPERATING TIME. . . .Page 12 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heating programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . .REMOTE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .FROST PROTECTION FUNCTION. . . . . .Page 14 4. . . . . Page 54 9 . . . . . .Page 52 25 . . . . . . .1 . . .MANUAL OPERATION. . . . Page 27 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT CALIBRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TIMED MANUAL PROGRAM. . . . . . . . .Page 11 2. . . .TECHNICAL FEATURES . . Page 20 8 . . . 19 7 . . . . . . .INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CONTENTS 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 33 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 37 19 . . . . Page 43 21 . . . . . . Page 50 24 . . .RESET. . . . . . . . . . . .Page 48 23 . . .PRE-MEMORISED PROGRAMMES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 25 11 . . . . .Page 18 6. .POWER SUPPLY. . . . . . . 18 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cooling programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 44 22 .ALL-PURPOSE PROGRAMME . . . . . . . . .COVER REPLACEMENT . .SETTING THE CLOCK. . . . . . . . . . .CUSTOMISATION OF THE TEMPERATURE LEVELS FOR THE HEATING PROGRAMME . . .SYSTEM BYPASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 36 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BATTERY REPLACEMENT . . .Page 23 9 . . .AUTOMATIC ADVANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 29 14 . . .

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2 Fig.1 .INSTALLATION Install the unit in a position which is suitable for correct room temperature measurement for example on an internal wall. Remove the terminal cover (fig. For the unit to work properly. 3) and using the screws and expansion plugs supplied (fig. or near heat sources The TH450 is to be wall mounted as follows: • Open the unit by pressing button A (fig. Be careful not to tighten the screws excessively. 2) while at the same time pulling in the direction of the arrows. behind doors or curtains. ATTENTION. Avoid installation in niches. A Fig. 5. we recommend that it be mounted on a flat surface.6) fasten the back of the unit either to the wall (fig. 4) or within the recessed box. 3 11 .

4 Fig. 5 12 . 7.Fig. 6 2. 8 or 9.ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS Wiring will depend on the type of equipment to be controlled by the programmable thermostat: refer to the diagram in fig. KEY Mains power supply wires N = neutral L = phase Fig.

U2 = motorised valve 13 . circulation pump. 8 NC NC C NA Relay contacts C = common NO = normally open contact NC =normally closed contact Remote control inputs 1 input 2 input Loads U1 = boiler. 9 NL LOAD U1 1 2 Fig. 7 C NA Fig. etc. solenoid valve.NL CLOSED OPEN 1 2 NC C LOAD NL M U2 1 2 NA Fig.

11). 12 The unit is now set to operate in automatic mode and with the heating programme activated ( ). Pay attention to polarity as shown on the bottom of the housing (fig. Once the batteries have been inserted the display comes on featuring the symbols illustrated in fig. refer to the technical documentation of the device to be controlled. Close the unit making sure that the hooks are inserted into the slots (fig. If nothing appears on the display within 10 seconds press the reset button R (fig. For connection details. 10). Inserting the batteries the wrong way round could damage the unit.POWER SUPPLY Insert three alkaline LR03 size AAA 1.5V batteries within the housing. 11 NOTE. 10 Fig. The room temperature reading and battery status indicators now appear. 82).Use only ALKALINE batteries Fig. ATTENTION. 14 . 3 .

Press button (fig.3.4.SETTING THE CLOCK 4.Open the cover. 4. 14 15 . 4.Press button or until the correct value for the minutes is reached(fig. 15).TH450 Fig. The first press of the button simply activates the backlight. 14).13). The hour digits flash. The minutes digits flash. TH450 Fig. 12 TH450 Fig. 4.Press button twice (fig.1.2. 13 4.

Press either button or until the correct value for the hour is reached (fig.Press button to end the procedure for setting the time and day (fig.5.8. 4. 18).7. 4.Press button (fig. 16). The colon between the hours and minutes flashes to confirm the operation is complete. 17 Fig.6.TH450 Fig. 4.Press either button or until the display shows the current day (fig. . 17). 19). The indicator for the days of the week flashes. 16 16 TH450 4. 15 TH450 Fig.

4. Note. and then more quickly. Each time buttons or are pressed the numbers on the display decrease or increase by one. When pressed and held down the numbers on the display will scroll slowly for the first five seconds. saving the last data values. 18 TH450 Fig. Fig.Close the cover.TH450 Fig. 20 TH450 If no button is pressed for 15 seconds. the unit automatically exits this procedure. 19 17 .9.

Press button again to restore the heating programme.21 Fig. 22 5 . 21). 6 .TH450 TH450 Fig. For 5 seconds the room temperature reading disappears to be replaced by .PROGRAMME FOR HEATING. where the fixed temperature levels are: Range T1 16°C Range T2 18°C Range T3 20°C .1 . COOLING AND SYSTEM OFF Press button once to activate the cooling programme (fig. it confirms that the TH450 control of the system has been bypassed.PRE-MEMORISED PROGRAMMES 18 6.Heating programme For easier use a heating programme has been memorised within the TH450 with the temperature trend shown in figure 22 from Monday to Friday (1÷5) and in figure 23 for Saturday and Sunday (6 and 7). When the icon is on. 20) or twice to turn the system OFF (fig.

Cooling programme The memorised cooling programme includes the temperature trend shown in figure 24. refer to chapters 7. 19 . the TH450 will not require any further intervention and will be ready for immediate use.TH450 TH450 Fig.2 . 23 Fig. 24 6. For the creation of customised programmes. where the fixed temperature levels are: Range T1 24 °C Range T2 26 °C Range T3 28°C Once satisfied with the memorised programmes. 8 and 9.

7. The parentheses for the selected day flash.CUSTOMISATION OF THE DAILY TEMPERATURE PROGRAMME Note. b) The temperature shown is the value for the selected level at the time indicated by the flashing segment.3.4 .1.TH450 TH450 Fig. The colon between the hours and minutes does not flash.Use buttons 0÷23 to move the flashing indicator to hour 0 on the graph of the ‘Daily’ programme (fig. 7. 20 . the information on the display changes as follows: a) The clock shows the hour indicated by the flashing segment . 27) to select the desired temperature range.2.Open the cover. When this button is used. 7. 26).Use button or (fig. 25 Fig.Use button 1÷7 to place the day indicator in position 1 (Monday) (fig. 25). 7. 26 7 .

TH450 TH450 Fig. 28). The programme will automatically be copied for those days as indicated by the corresponding segment. Continue in this way until the hour 23 is reached. 28 Then press button 0÷23 to go to the next hour and select the desired temperature in the same way (fig.5. 27 Fig.If the same programme is also to be used for the following day(s) press button C (fig. Programming for Monday is now complete. 29). 7. TH450 Fig. 29 21 .

When programming is complete.4 (fig. this will happen 10 seconds after the last action.6. 22 . 31 7. 7. advance the day using button 1÷7 and repeat the same procedure set forth in point 7. 7.8. see chapter 22 (Reset). In any case.To programme subsequent days differently. 30 Fig.TH450 TH450 Fig.7. Any programming task can be performed at any time.Close the cover. in order to go back to the current day and time press button (fig. To reset the default parameters. 31). 30). Hourly programming is saved to permanent memory.

5.CUSTOMISATION OF THE TEMPERATURE LEVELS FOR THE HEATING PROGRAMME The temperature range for T1 will be displayed.Make sure that the symbol for the heating programme is active . 33 8 .Open the cover. 33). 35).if necessary press button (fig.Set the desired temperature for T1 using buttons or (fig.Press button P (fig. 34).6. 8. 16°C).Make sure AUTOMATIC operating mode is selected. 23 .3. in place of the current time the symbol and the value of the temperature assigned to the T1 temperature range (set in memory at.1. 8.TH450 TH450 Fig. 32). 8.4. 8. 8.Press button P to confirm the temperature shown on the display and to move on to the next temperature level (fig. 32 Fig. 8.2.

5. If a different temperature range for T2 is required. The value assigned to each temperature range is limited to the values of the range just above or below. 24 .To change the values for the other temperature ranges simply repeat the operations described in points 8. the value for range T2 can only vary between16. 35 Note. 8.1°C. then the range for T3 must be set at 21. 8.8. 34 Fig.TH450 TH450 Fig. For example. if range T3 corresponds to 20°C and range T1 corresponds to 16°C.4 and 8. 10 seconds after the last action the unit exits the procedure and accepts as valid the data inserted up to that moment.9°C.7. The entire graph for the ‘Daily’ programme reappears to confirm that programming of the temperature ranges has been completed. for example 21°C.1°C and 19.Close the cover.

10 . 10.CUSTOMISATION OF THE TEMPERATURE LEVELS FOR THE COOLING PROGRAMME TH450 Open the cover.To exit the all-purpose programme and place the machine back in AUTOMATIC mode.1. It may be activated at any time of the current day and remains active for the rest of that day. 36). the TH450 will return to automatic operation. To activate this programme for the current day. Fig. Select cooling mode . It can also be reserved for use on any day of the week. Then set the desired temperature levels in the same manner as set forth from point 8.Press button (fig.3. press button or . proceed as follows.Proceed with the customisation as set forth in paragraphs 7.ALL-PURPOSE PROGRAMME The unit includes an all-purpose programme mode that can be used when on holiday and so on.4. 10. 36 10. The symbol confirms that the programme has started.2. but it can be customised as required.4 At midnight.3 on. 10. The programme stored in permanent memory features the preset profile for Sundays (7).3 and 7.9 .Make sure that the unit is in AUTOMATIC operating mode. Close the door. 25 .

00 on the selected day. 10. the current hour will be displayed. A programmed slot can be deleted by placing the indicator on that day using button 1÷7 and pressing 26 . 10. proceed as follows: 10.3 and 7. For example. 10. 38 If the all-purpose programme is to be reserved for a day other than the current one. In place of the clock. the programme will be activated. 10.6.Press button or wait 10 seconds for the machine to return to AUTOMATIC mode.Press button (fig.Use button 1÷7 to place the indicator on the selected day (fig. 38).25 the display will reveal 16:00.TH450 TH450 Fig.5.8.4). 37 Fig. at 16.10.Open the cover. 10. At 0. The symbol appears that confirms that programme has been assigned to that day.7.Make sure that the unit is in AUTOMATIC operating mode.Proceed with the customisation (see paragraph 7.9. 37).

The all-purpose programme expires at the end of the day 10. 41) (The unit's default 27 .TH450 TH450 Fig. On the display the programme graph will be cancelled. 39 button . To go back to AUTOMATIC mode and the current day. The value of the previously set temperature will now be displayed. This will happen in any case 10 seconds after the last action.MANUAL OPERATION If a temperature that is different than the programmed one is required but without modifying the set programme then MANUAL operating mode can be accessed by pressing button (fig. 39). 40 11 . It can be changed as required using button or (fig. 40).Close the cover. Fig.11. press button (fig.

any temperature can be chosen between 3°C and 35°C. After about 5 seconds from the last operation.TH450 TH450 Fig. the room temperature appears. . 41 Fig. 12 . The set temperature display changes to . etc.SYSTEM BYPASS 28 System bypass is useful during cleaning.1. 42 temperature is 20°C).2. After about 5 seconds from the last operation. 12. and will be maintained until further adjustments are made or until a different operating mode is selected. The unit simply functions as a clock and room thermometer 12. or when absent. In MANUAL operating mode. maintenance work. the room temperature appears.Press button twice (fig.Open the cover. 42) Activation of the symbol confirms the selection made .

in frost protection mode the temperature set for heating mode will be maintained but with differential control only.Press the button twice and check for activation of the symbol (fig.2. 13.Close the cover.1.3. TH450 Fig. 12. 44).FROST PROTECTION FUNCTION Even if proportional-integral operating mode has been selected.4. 43) or twice to go back to the cooling programme (fig. 45). 13.TH450 Fig.Press the button once to go back to the heating programme (fig.Press button . 43 12.Open the cover. 44 13 . 29 .3. 13.

46). 47 30 . 47). 45 Fig. The display shows the default frost protection temperature (3°C) which will remain displayed for 5 seconds (fig.4. 46 Activation of symbols and confirm frost protection mode. 13. If a temperature below 3°C is set then the system will return to SYSTEM BYPASS mode.Press the or button to select any temperature between 3°C and 16°C (fig. TH450 Fig.TH450 TH450 Fig.

TIMED MANUAL PROGRAM If a fixed temperature is to be maintained for a few hours or a few days (for example. the device starts a countdown.5. Once the desired duration has been set. By pressing button (fig. 14 . MANUAL TIMED programme mode can be used.TH450 TH450 Fig. 48 Fig. 49 In this case activation of the symbol confirms the return to system bypass mode (fig. 49) it is possible to switch from FROST PROTECTION to AUTOMATIC heating mode. to maintain a comfortable temperature for a longer period when unexpected guests arrive. or when an economical temperature is required during long periods of absence).Close the cover. A reset in FROST PROTECTION or SYSTEM BYPASS mode will cause the system to restart in automatic heating mode. 31 . 13. 48).

The remaining part of the hour and day when the operation is performed is therefore counted as one hour or as one day.TH450 TH450 Fig.Press button or until the desired number of hours or days from 1 to 99 is reached (fig. 32 . 14. Programming in terms of hours or days 14. 50 Fig. or if the days are being set.1.Set the desired temperature using button or . 51).Press button once to set the hours (fig. twice to set the days (fig. resuming the set programme. instead of the current time. 50).3. the unit switches from MANUAL to AUTOMATIC mode.Make sure that the unit is in MANUAL operating mode. 14. On the display. The hours and days count includes those when programming is performed.4. 14. the message will appear if the hours are being set. 51 When it reaches zero. 52).2.

54 TH450 Note. 53 33 .Open the cover. 15 . 15.1. 53). proceed as follows. To return to AUTOMATIC mode before the programmed time has expired. 30. or 45 minutes. Fig.SETTING OF SYSTEM ON-OFF TIME DELAYS It is possible to delay system start-up and shutdown by 15. press button (fig.TH450 TH450 Fig. To activate this function. 52 Fig.

55 Fig. 56) once. maintaining until that time the temperature set at 5:00. if a comfortable temperature is required for 7:00.4. The indication of the inserted delay is shown in automatic mode during the hour in which the delay has been programmed.TH450 TH450 Fig.2. 34 . The TH450 will activate at 6:30. 15. The display indicates the value of the set temperature for the hour indicated on the current day. The display will show the value of the temperature set for the indicated time on the various days of the week. 15. For example.Press button 0÷23 (fig. In this case. set the comfortable temperature for 6:00 with a delay of 30 minutes.Press button 1÷7 (fig. 56 15. twice or three times within 10 seconds to set a delay time of 15.Make sure that the unit is in AUTOMATIC operating mode. the system can be set to start at 6:30. 15.5.Press button (fig. 30 or 45 minutes and press it again to cancel the setting.3. 54). 55).

The delay can also be set for the remaining days of the week using the 1÷7 key. The settings are saved to permanent memory (see chapter 22).g. 57). 57 Temperature measurement calibration 16. 16.1. Use the buttons (backwards) or (forward) to change the temperature from 0.2. in place of the indication for the temperature.0°C (default setting) up to ±3°C in increments of 0. On the display. installed near a heat source). temperature measurement may be incorrect or may not correspond to the actual room temperature.Press the (forward) or (backwards) buttons (fig.1°C.Press button P (fig. 16. 35 . see chapter 22 (reset). will appear. in place of the hour.The delay can be programmed for several different hours during the same day. 58) until the desired correction value is reached. 16 .TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT CALIBRATION If the TH450 is not properly situated (e. TH450 Fig.3. These settings are saved to permanent memory. will be displayed and.Make sure that the unit is in MANUAL operating mode.

36 Example of operation The programmable thermostat is set for 20°C at 7:00. 17 . . prior to 7:00. The advance is calculated based on the difference between the measured and set temperatures. If.TH450 TH450 Fig. the thermostat will bring forward the boiler ignition time in an attempt to reach 20°C at 7:00. 59 This value is saved to permanent memory. the room temperature is less than 20°C. It is possible to have an advance of up to three hours with respect to the time at which the temperature to be reached has been set. 58 Fig.AUTOMATIC ADVANCE This function (only in heating mode) permits the thermostat to self-adjust the start time of the system so as to have the desired temperature at the hour stipulated. See chapter 22.

Close the cover.To set the automatic advance press the buttons (forward) or (backwards) (fig. 18 .Make sure that the unit is in MANUAL operating mode. in place of the indication for the temperature. in place of the hour. will appear. will appear.Open the cover.Open the cover.Make sure that the unit is in MANUAL operating mode.TH450 Fig.3 . Differential adjustment system selection 18. 18.Press button P twice (fig.9°C. in place of the temperature.2.5.THERMAL DIFFERENTIAL Traditional adjustment system selection with thermal differential adjustable between 0°C and 0. 60). the thermostat memorises the thermal parameters of the room in order to be more precise in reaching the temperature on subsequent days. will be displayed and. 60 Thanks to the self-learning mechanism. Automatic advance selection. 17.1.4 . 59). The automatic advance selection will be saved to permanent memory. This adjustment system is recommended for systems with extreme variations in outdoor temperature that are especially difficult to control. 17. 17. On the display. On the display.1. 17.2. See chapter 22. 37 . 17.

4. 61). 18.3. in place of the hour. 63) to modify this value as desired. in place of the indication for the temperature. On the display. 63 38 .Press button P (fig. will appear. 18. 62). On the display. will appear the value of the set thermal differential.TH450 TH450 Fig. TH450 Fig. 61 Fig.5. will be displayed and. in place of the temperature. 62 18.Press button (forward) o (backwards) (fig.Press button P three times (fig.

Press button P to exit programming.Close the cover. It is especially suitable for underfloor and radiant systems. which is completely manual. The difference between the set temperature and the ambient temperature is just a few tenths of a degree. 19 . See chapter 22. 64 During operation.PROPORTIONAL-INTEGRAL PROGRAMMING This type of adjustment allows the thermostat to reduce system running times as the room temperature approaches the set temperature.7. 18. It is possible to select from among three preset programmes depending on the type of system to control (P1. can also be selected (Table 1 on page 39). setting the differential to 0°C provides compliance with a minimum start-up/shutdown time of one minute. This allows for very precise adjustment. The set value is saved to permanent memory. Integral proportional adjustment has the advantage of permitting the management of a wider variety of systems with respect to the thermal differential setting. regardless of the measured room temperature.6. P2 e P3). thus substantially reducing energy consumption while maintaining excellent levels of comfort. Alternatively programme P4. 18.TH450 Fig. 39 .

aluminium radiators P2 5 minutes 1 minute 1. 61).3. 64) to select the integrated proportional control system. On the display. 19. On the display. 19.6 . 19. in place of the indication for the tempera40 ture. in place of the temperature. will be displayed and.1. in place of the hour.Press button P on the display.Press button (forward) or (backwards) . In place of the time will appear (fig.Programme Cycle duration Minimum ON time Proportional Range Type of system P1 10 minutes 1 minute 1. will appear . cooling P4 5-10-15-20-25-30-35-40 minutes from 1 to 5 minutes from 1°C to 3°C Table 1 Proportional/integral programme selection (refer to table 1) 19.Make sure that the unit is in MANUAL operating mode.5°C Electric radiators P3 20 minutes 2 minutes 1. 19. zone valves.5 .5°C Radiant or underfloor systems. convector heaters. 19. 65).Open the cover.2.4 . will appear (fig. 64).5°C Base for gas burner.Press button P three times (fig.Press button (forward) or (backwards) (fig.

Fig. P2. has been selected then in order to exit programming press button P. P2 and P3 are fixed programmes.7 . Programmes P1. 67 TH450 (fig.If programme P1. If programme P4 has been selected then press button P and in place of the hour the display will show . 66 41 .TH450 TH450 Fig. 66) so as to select control system P1. whereas programme P4 can be completely programmed by the user. In place of the temperature will appear (fig. 67). 65 Fig. P2 or P3. P3 or P4. 19.

19.Press the button (forward) or (backwards) (fig.9 . On the display. 35 or 40 minutes (fig. 19. 30. 69). 25. 10. in place of the indication for the temperature.11.Press button P (fig. 15. 68 19. 68).Press button P (fig. will appear .TH450 Fig. 69 TH450 Fig. 19. 42 TH450 Fig. in place of the hour. 70 . 20. 70) to select the minimum start-up and shutdown times between 1 and 5 minutes.8 .Press button (forward) or (backwards) to select the desired cycle time from between 5. 71). will be displayed and.10 .

in place of the hour.SYSTEM OPERATING TIME The TH450 features an hour-counter (up to 9. 71 Fig. 20 .13 . 73) and press button C (fig.Press button P to exit programming. 43 . All parameters for the proportional-integral setting are saved to permanent memory.TH450 TH450 Fig. The display will reveal the total operating time for 5 seconds.To check this value. which records the system’s accumulated operating hours. press the button while the figures are visible. See chapter 22. The symbol will disappears after 5 seconds. 72) to modify the proportional range between 1 and 3°C. 19.14 . 74). To reset the counter to zero and start a new count. 19.999).Press the button (forward) or (backwards) (fig. 72 On the display.1. will appear . in place of the indication for the temperature. 20. will be displayed and. 19.12 . put the unit in MANUAL mode with the button (fig.Close the cover.

7 or 8) it is then possible to: .TH450 TH450 Fig.remotely override the operation of the unit in manual mode. By connecting an interface to terminals 1-2 (fig. .activate a special short term pre-defined programme. 44 . 74 21 . 73 Fig.REMOTE CONTROL This temperature will be maintained until the unit receives a remote deactivation command at which point the TH450 will return to the status it was in prior to activation. Remote MANUAL mode can be recognised by the symbol which appears on the display next to the symbol (fig. The set temperature refers to the last setting assigned to the unit in MANUAL mode. 75).manually override the operation of the unit in manual mode. . It is possible to remotely exit MANUAL mode directly from the machine by means of the key.

The default setting for the manual short term programme is one hour at 20°C in HEATING mode and one hour at 24°C in cooling mode (fig. To cancel remote control of the manual short term programme press the button. 45 . 75 Fig. Whenever the manual short term programme is activated remotely the symbol will appear. 76).TH450 TH450 Fig. The TH450 stores two different programmes in memory.Activate a special programme at the end of that which was previously programmed. one for HEATING mode and one for COOLING mode. Upon activation of the remote command the programme for the current mode will be initiated. If no other operations are performed then when the programme reaches its conclusion the TH450 will go back to the status it was in prior to activation. 76 .

78) or twice to set the days (fig.TH450 TH450 Fig. 78 Note. instead of the current time.3 . 21.Make sure that the unit is in MANUAL mode and select the HEATING  or COOLING mode to which the set temperature is to be applied. When the programme is activated remotely the time remaining within the hour or day will be counted as a full hour or day. 79) or days (fig. or if setting the days. On the display.4 . 81) from 1 to 99 are reached.5.To save the programme as one which can be remotely activated press the button. 77 Fig. 21.Press the button once to set the hours (fig. Short term manual programming by remote control 21. 77). 46 . the message will appear if the hours are being set. 21. 21.2 .Press either button or until the desired hours (fig.Set the desired temperature using either button or (fig.1. 80).

81 47 . 79 Fig.TH450 TH450 Fig. 80 This setting cannot be verified by telephone. TH450 Fig.

82). as soon as the unit is restarted (see table 2 on page 48). 48 To reset all default settings. along with other data. if reset in this mode) and AUTOMATIC operating mode.2.Close the cover.Open the cover.1. 22.RESET Operating anomalies. .3.TH450 Fig. repairs and other technical reasons may make it necessary to reset the unit. and 1÷7.reset the unit. To reset the unit proceed as follows: 22. 82 22 . . proceed as follows: . 22. This operation does NOT delete any customised programmes.Press button R (fig.simultaneously press buttons . The TH450 will restart in HEATING mode (or COOLING. which will be restored.

Cycle time .Manual temperature . 30 or 45 minutes) for each hour . frost protection mode or OFF (1) .Self-learning parameters for automatic advance (1) If the unit is reset in FROST PROTECTION or OFF  mode.Number of days for summer fixed-time manual .Automatic.Number of hours for summer fixed-time manual .Data saved after a reset Data not saved after a reset .Minimum system start-up time .Integral proportional programme .Activation delay (15.Ranges T1.Proportional range . hours.Differential or proportional integral mode . manual. T2 and T3 winter and summer .Differential temperature .Summer temperature for fixed-time manual .Frost protection temperature . it will restart in HEATING mode and AUTOMATIC operation Table 2 49 .Calibration temperature .Summer and winter timer programme .Number of days for winter fixed-time manual .Winter temperature for fixed-time manual .Heating/cooling mode .Automatic advance selection .Minutes. days of week .Number of hours for winter fixed-time manual .

ATTENTION.2. Performing this operation when the battery low warning is flashing will cause all symbols on the display to disappear but not be lost. proceed as follows: 23. 86). Failure to replace the batteries in time may cause damage to the heating system (frost protection is not ensured). When the indicator flashes on the display. When the indication plus the symbol appear on the display.1.Insert three new alkaline LR03 size AAA 1. 84 23 . it means that there is around 1 month left to replace the batteries (fig. 50 .BATTERY REPLACEMENT To replace the batteries.5V batteries of the same type. Pay attention to polarity as shown on the bottom of the housing (fig. 84). 23.Press button A on the base (fig. 83).TH450 TH450 Fig. 83 Fig. the unit is no longer operative and has set the heating and air-conditioning system to OFF (fig. 85) and open the unit.

86 Warning! Inserting the batteries the wrong way round could damage the unit. 87 51 . To restart the unit. There will be approximately 2 minutes available for replacing the batteries. Fig. Close the unit. proceed as described in chapter 4. If the symbols on the display do not appear within 10 seconds. 82). press the reset button R (fig. Make sure that the hooks have been inserted in their proper places (fig. After a few seconds the information on the display will reappear. 87).Use only ALKALINE batteries A Fig. 85 Fig.

24 .Open the cover and remove it as shown in figure 88. Base the choice of colour on the room where the unit is to be installed. To replace the cover proceed as follows: 24. Only clean the thermostat with a soft cloth dampened with water.1. If this should happen then proceed as set forth in chapter 22. Fig.Insert the new cover as shown in figure 89 and close it properly (fig. ATTENTION.COVER REPLACEMENT The unit is delivered with different coloured covers which can be used instead of the one supplied. 24. The use of weak batteries may cause operating malfunctions. 90). Inserting the batteries the wrong way round could damage the unit.ATTENTION. 88 52 .2.

90 53 . 89 Fig.Fig.

999. • Class II electrical insulation. 54 • The possibility of timer-controlled manual operation. AUTOMATIC. • Dual mode functionality: DIFFERENTIAL and PROPORTIONAL INTEGRAL • Calibration of measured temperature. • Room temperature measuring interval: 15 seconds: • Thermal differential: adjustable from 0°C to 0.5V batteries. • Display: LCD graphic backlit. • Battery low warning. SYSTEM BYPASS • Daily programming of both heating and cooling.25 . voltage 250 V. • Displayed reading range: from 0°C to +40°C • Class A software. Available contacts: 1 NO-NC switch contacts. • System operating hours count from 1 to 9. • Protection rating: IP30. • Autonomy: over 1 year. max. current 5A with resistive load (2A with inductive load). programmable between +3°C and +35°C • Frost protection temperature: adjustable between +3°C and +16°C. • Programming: a temperature level for each hour or each day of the week which can be extended to two levels by setting the start-up/shutdown delay time. • Range of adjustment: from +3 to +35°C • Temperature levels: three. • Dimensions: 120 x 86 x 20 mm.1°C.9°C • Reading resolution: 0. Type of action: 1B-U. • Degree of pollution: 2. • Time available for battery replacement: 2 minutes: • Relay: max. • Independently installed electronic device. • Remote activation. • Automatic advance for reaching the set temperature. • Power supply: 3 alkaline LR03 size AAA 1. • Maximum control unit temperature: 40°C. • Impulse voltage: 4 KV. • Operating temperature: from 0°C to +40°C . • Three operating modes: MANUAL.TECHNICAL FEATURES • Unit for domestic use.

DISPOSAL Do not litter the environment with packaging materials: make sure it is disposed of according to the regulations in force in the country where the product is to be used. When the equipment reaches the end of its life cycle. recycling its component parts wherever possible. Components that qualify as recyclable waste feature the relevant symbol and material acronym. avoid discarding it within the environment. 55 . The equipment must be disposed of in compliance with current regulations.

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