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PDF Content Summary: 67791A 01/18 (JRK) NGTouch WiFi Thermostat / NGT-2.0-WiFi User Manual HEATMAT.CO.UK © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S HO20.1 Mon 16:15 22:00 21.0° Manual Other... GSChGanroges unto d 20flo.0° aot 23r :00 2255.0.0° ° 25.5° Kitchen 24.5° Bathroom 4 thermostats *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats Contents Contents > > 25.5° Living room 2255.0.0° ° Office CFhairs2nge0/09t s to /17 flo22.0° or after 01:56:56 CBhaangses eto m20.0° ent at 08:00 4 thermostats 4 thermostats My Zones 58 % 25.5° 15.5° Contents Menu Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Startup Wizard 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Startup Wizard 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 General Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Accept/Back/Cancel . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Icons 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Icons 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Programmed Heating Schedule . . . . 11 Operating Modes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Scheduled Operation . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Comfort 1/2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Comfort 2/2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Boost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Frost Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Holiday 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Holiday 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Eco Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Thermostat Setup - Main Menu . . . . 22 Heating Schedule 1/3. . . . . . . . . . . 23 Heating Schedule 2/3. . . . . . . . . . . 24 Heating Schedule 3/3. . . . . . . . . . . 25 Energy Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 PAGE 2 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S User Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Child Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Screen Saver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Energy Tari . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Eco Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Date Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Time Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Daylight Saving Time . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Information 1/2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Information 2/2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Engineer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Adaptive Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Open Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Sensor Application . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Sensor Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Floor Sensor Calibration . . . . . . . . . 47 Room Sensor Calibration . . . . . . . . 48 Temperature Scale 1/3 . . . . . . . . . . 49 Temperature Scale 2/3 . . . . . . . . . . 50 Temperature Scale 3/3 . . . . . . . . . . 51 > < < Contents Contents > Factory Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 EN 50559 1/2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 EN 50559 2/2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 App Control*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 WiFi Connection* 1/4 . . . . . . . . . . . 56 WiFi Connection* 2/4 . . . . . . . . . . . 57 WiFi Connection* 3/4 . . . . . . . . . . . 58 WiFi Connection* 4/4 . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Connect to App*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Remove from App* . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Startup Wizard 1/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Startup Wizard 2/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Factory Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Troubleshooting 1/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Troubleshooting 2/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Troubleshooting 3/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Troubleshooting 4/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Troubleshooting 5/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Troubleshooting 6/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Contact Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats Menu Overview Menu Structure Menu Main Menu Home Screen in Scheduled Operation Other... “Other...” Menu Heating Schedule User Settings Engineer Settings Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Child Child Lock Lock Adaptive Function Energy Energy Use Use Display Display Brightness Brightness Open Window User User Settings Settings Screen Screen Saver Saver Sensor Application Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Energy Energy Tariff Tari Sensor Type Eco Eco Function Function Sensor Calibration Date Date Temp. Scale App Control* Date Date Format Format Factory Reset Time Time Time Time Format Format Daylight Daylight Saving Saving Time Time Unit Unit Energy Tari Menu Frost Protection Information Information Week Week Type Type Support Support Event Event Schedule Schedule Event Event per per day day *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats < Contents > Adaptive Function Open Window Sensor Application Manual Manual Sensor Type App App Control* Control* Sensor Calibration Temp. Scale Factory Reset WiFi WiFi Connection Connection EN EN 50559 50559 Manual Manual Connect Connect to to App App Comfort Comfort Remove Remove from from App App Boost Boost Frost Protection Price Price per per kWh kWh Holiday Holiday Load Load PAGE 3 < Contents > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Introduction Thank you for buying our touch thermostat. We hope you will enjoy the ease of use o ered by the touchscreen and intuitively designed interface. You can program the thermostat any way you want with the options provided under Heating Schedule and User Settings. The thermostat will switch on your heating system at predetermined times each day of the week. You can set individual temperatures for up to six separate periods, called events, for each day of the week. Lowering the temperature when your home is unoccupied will reduce your energy costs without reducing comfort. The thermostat comes with a preset heating schedule suitable for most homes. Unless you change the settings, the thermostat will operate according to this preset heating schedule. The thermostat features an adaptive function that automatically changes heating start times to ensure that the required temperature has been reached at the beginning of any specific event. After a few days, the adaptive function will have learned how much earlier the heating must be switched on. The resistive touchscreen only requires a soft tap with your fingertip to register the touch. In this manual, the touch areas on the screen will be referred to as buttons. The WiFi version of this touch thermostat o ers remotely control of your underfloor heating - through the SWATT® (Smart Wifi And Touch Thermostat) app, which can be downloaded from both Google Play and App Store. > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 4 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Startup Wizard 1/2 When the system has been installed and turned on for the first time, or after you have performed a factory reset, you must set Region, Language, Date, Time and Floor Type. The thermostat will automatically guide you through the process. 1. Region – set the time region in which the thermostat is located. This parameter is used, for example, to ensure correct use of Daylight Saving Time. Tap the time region you are in. Confirm with “√” 2. Language – set the language to be used on the thermostat display. Tap the language you prefer. Confirm with “√”. Language Language 1 1 Language Language 2 2 3. Date – set the current date. Language Language 3 3 Tap the parameter you want to change. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the day, month and year. Region Region 1 1 Region Region 2 2 Confirm each setting with “√”. Region Region 3 3 4. Time – set the current time. Tap the parameter you want to change. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the hours and minutes. Confirm each setting with “√”. PAGE 5 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Date Date 01 01 02 02 2014 2014 Language Language Region Region 1 1 Date Date 1 1 Language Language Region Region 01 01 2 2 2 2 02 02 2014 2014 Language Language Region Region 3 3 33 PAGE 6 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Startup Wizard 2/2 Tile Tile Soft Soft Floor Floor < < Contents Contents > > Floor Floor Type Type 01 01 02 02 2014 2014 Tile Tile Soft Soft Floor Floor Time Time 48:12 48:12 Time Floor Floor Time Type Type 01 01 48:12 48:12 02 02 2014 2014 AM AM AM AM 5. Floor Type – choose between: Tile: floors made of tile or stone. Soft Floor: wooden or other engineered floors. 6. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. The thermostat is now ready for use and will control the underfloor heating accord- ing to the preset heating schedule. If you want to change the heating schedule, instructions are given in the section titled Heating Schedule. Details of the preset heating schedule are given in the section titled Factory Set- tings. PAGE 7 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S General Operation HO20.1 Mon 16:15 22:00 21.0° Manual Other... The thermostat has an ON/OFF switch on the left side of the thermostat. Otherwise, the thermostat is intuitively operated via the high-resolution colour touchscreen, which is used to navigate through the menus and to change the settings. > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 8 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Accept/Back/Cancel Floor Type Tile 01 02 2014 Soft Soft Floor FloorloorManual 23.523.5° ° Whenever you change a parameter setting, you must tap the “Accept” button for the thermostat to acknowledge the change. “Accept” is shown on the screen as “√”. “Back” is shown on the screen as a button marked with an arrow pointing to the left. In this manual, it is also referred to as the “Left Arrow“ button. In the various menus and submenus, you will find the “Back” button in the lower left corner of the touchscreen. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to the previous menu. “Cancel” is shown on the screen as a button marked “X”. Although “Cancel” has the same e ect as “Back”, it also results in all unsaved settings being discarded. As soon as you leave a home screen and enter one of the menus, either a “Back” button or a “Cancel” button will be shown. To return to the home screen, tap Back/Cancel once or multiple times depending on where you are in the menu structure. > < < Contents Contents > Icons 1/2 Picture of icon: Scheduled Operation Manual Override Comfort Mode Boost Mode Frost Protection Holiday Mode Eco Function Menu PAGE 9 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Picture Meaning of of icon: icon: Heating Schedule Energy Use User Settings Child Lock Display Brightness Screen Saver Energy Tari Date $ 7 > < < Contents Contents > Picture Meaning of of icon: icon: Date Format Time Time Format Daylight Saving Time Unit Language Information Support 5° 7 Meaning of icon: Icons 2/2 Picture of icon: Engineer Settings Adaptive Function Open Window Sensor Application Sensor Type Floor Sensor Calibration Room Sensor Calibration Temperature Scale PAGE 10 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Picture Meaning of of icon: icon: Factory Reset EN 50559 Error Message Accept Cancel Next change in event/function at the given time The time is AM The time is PM > < < Contents Contents > Meaning of icon: Meaning Picture of icon: of icon: Server Connection* No server Connection* WiFi Connection* No WiFi Connection* *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats Programmed Heating Schedule The thermostat allows you to control temperature automatically according to a weekly schedule of your choice. The thermostat comes with a pre-programmed schedule for easy and economic heating control of most homes, see Factory Settings: Preset Schedule. The schedule can be changed in the Heating Schedule menu. > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 11 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Operating Modes The thermostat o ers seven di erent modes of temperature control, either from the Manual Manual Holiday Mon Holiday Mon Eco Boost Eco Boost Frost Frost Comfort Comfort11:15 11:15 Protect Protect“Other” menu on the home screen or from the home screen directly: 23.523.516.024.523.5501-09-2014 01-09-2014 05-01-2014 05-01-2014 ° ° ° ° ° ° 11:00 11:00 11:00 17:00 17:00 M P• Scheduled Operation • Manual • Comfort • Boost Manual Other... • Frost Protection • Holiday • Eco (this function must be enabled in the “User Settings” menu) Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 16.0° 11:00 Manual Other... Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 Manual Manual Other... Other... Manual Manual 23.523.5° ° Comfort Comfort 24.5° 11:00 M PBoost 24.5° 11:00 M PBoost PAGE 12 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 11:00 11:00 23.524.5° ° 11:00 M P 55° ° Holiday Holiday 01-09-2014 01-09-2014 05-01-2014 05-01-2014 Eco Eco Frost Frost Protect Protect 16.016.0° ° 11:00 11:00 < < Contents Contents > > 5° 11:00 Scheduled Operation The system will operate in Scheduled Operation unless you choose to override the Mon 11:15 1 2 scheduled events. During Scheduled Operation, the temperature is controlled automatically according 23.5° 17:00 3 4 to the programmed heating schedule – see “Heating Schedule”. During Scheduled Operation, “Manual” and “Other” modes are accessible from the home screen. If the Eco function is enabled, “Eco” and “Other” modes will be accessible from the home screen. “Manual” will then be found in the “Other” menu. The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies according to the chosen operating mode. Scheduled Operation home screen: 1. Day and time info. 2. Tap here to access the menus. 3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (calendar = Scheduled Operation). 4. Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided). 5. Time of next scheduled event change. 6. If shown, the adaptive function is enabled. 7. Tap here to access Manual Override. Alternatively, if Eco Function is enabled, tapping here activates the function. 8. Tap here to access alternative operating modes (Comfort, Boost, Frost Protection, Holiday). If “Eco” is enabled, “Manual” will be found here as well. 5 6 Manual 7 Other... 8 PAGE 13 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S > < < Contents Contents > Manual Manual allows you to override Scheduled Operation and maintain a specified tem- Manual 1 2 perature around the clock. 1. From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Manual” button to access 23.5° manual override. Note: If Eco is enabled, “Manual” will be found in the “Other” menu. 3 4 You can use “Manual” to override the programmed event schedule. The thermostat will continue to operate in Manual until you return it to Scheduled 5 6 7 Operation. 2. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to select the required temperature. Then simply leave the thermostat as it is. While in Manual Override, an “X” button is shown in the lower left corner of the home screen. Press this button to return the thermostat to Scheduled Operation. The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies according to the chosen operating mode. Manual home screen: 1. Indication of Manual Override. 2. Tap here to access the menus. 3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (hand = Manual). 4. Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided). 5. Tap here to return to Scheduled Operation. 6. Tap here to decrease the target/setpoint temperature. 7. Tap here to increase the target/setpoint temperature. PAGE 14 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S > < < Contents Contents > Comfort 1/2 Mon Mon Comfort: Comfort: Comfort: Comfort: Comfort Comfort 11:15 11:15 Set Set Set Set 2 2 Temp. Temp. Time Time You can use Comfort mode on special occasions when you want to override an event during Scheduled Operation, e.g. for a party or when you want to stay up late. You You are are now now overriding overriding You can manually set a comfort temperature, which the thermostat will maintain 4 4 5 5 Boost Boost the the 23.523.5Auto Auto 24.5 24.5 4 4 schedule schedule h h ° ° Frost Frost Holiday Holiday Protect Protect °C °C 17:00 17:00 for a chosen period of time (from 1 to 23 hours) before returning to Scheduled Operation. 1. From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Other” button to access Manual Manual Holiday Holiday Other... Other... 3 3 1 1 the alternative operating modes. 2. Choose “Comfort”. 3. Tap “√” to confirm that you wish to override the auto heating schedule. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 4. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to select the required temperature. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Confirm with “√”. Manual Manual Other...Other...1 1 5. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the required duration Comfort Comfort Boost Boost of Comfort mode. Confirm with “√”. The thermostat automatically enters the Comfort mode home screen. Frost Frost Protect Protect Holiday Holiday While in comfort mode an “X” button is shown on the home screen. Press this button to return the thermostat to Scheduled Operation. The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies according to the chosen operating mode. 2 2 Holiday Holiday You You are are now now overriding overriding the the Auto Auto scheduleschedule3 3 Comfort: Comfort: Set Set Temp. Temp. 4 4 24.5 24.5 °C °C PAGE 15 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Comfort: Comfort: Set Set Time Time 5 5 4 4 h h < < Contents Contents > > Comfort 2/2 Comfort home screen: Comfort 1 2 1. Indication of Comfort mode. 2. Tap here to access the menus. 3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (feet = Comfort). 4. Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided). 3 4 5. The time at which the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation. 6. Tap here to quit Comfort mode and return to Scheduled Operation. 5 6 24.5° 11:00 M P PAGE 16 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 17 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Boost Mon Mon The The Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort thermostats thermostats 11:15 11:15 boost boost mode mode will will now now be be activated activated Boost Boost Boost Boost Frost Frost Frost Frost 23.523.5Protect Protect Protect Protect for for ° ° 1 1 hourhour17:00 17:00 Holiday Holiday 3 3 Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Boost 2 2 Holiday Holiday Manual Manual Other... Other... 1 1 Manual Manual Other...Other...1 1 Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Boost Boost Boost Boost 2 2 Frost Frost Frost Holiday Frost Holiday ProtectProtect Protect ProtectHoliday Holiday 1 2 4 3 5 < < Contents Contents > > 11:00 The The thermostats thermostats boost boost mode mode will will now now be be activated activated for for 1 1 hourhour3 3 Boost mode is accessible from the “Other” menu. In Boost mode, the underfloor heating is constantly activated for one hour. After one hour, the thermostat returns to Scheduled Operation. 1. From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Other” button to access the alternative operating modes. 2. Choose “Boost”. 3. Confirm that you wish the thermostat to activate Boost mode by tapping ”√”. The thermostat automatically enters the Boost home screen. While in Boost mode, an “X” button is shown on the home screen. Press this button to return the thermostat to Scheduled Operation. The function of the buttons and symbols shown on the home screen varies according to the chosen operating mode. Boost home screen: 1. Indication of Boost mode. 2. Tap here to access the menus. 3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (red rocket = Boost). 4. The time at which the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation. 5. Tap here to quit Boost mode and return to Scheduled Operation. Frost Protection Frost Protection mode is used when heating is not needed but the temperature must Mon Mon Comfort Comfort 11:15 11:15 be kept above freezing point until changed manually. 1. Tap the “Other” button on the home screen. Boost Boost Holiday Holiday Frost Frost 23.523.5Protect Protect ° ° 17:00 17:00 2 2 2. Tap the “Frost Protection” button. A confirmation screen will then be displayed briefly before the thermostat automatically enters the Frost Protection home screen. Manual Manual Holiday Holiday Other... Other... 1 1 While in Frost Protection mode an ice crystal and glove are displayed on the home screen together with the target/setpoint temperature (5.0°C). Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual Other...Other...1 1 Frost Protection home screen: Frost Protect 1. Indication of Frost Protection mode. 2. Tap here to access the menus. 3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (ice crystal and glove = Frost Protection). 4. Fixed target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided). 5. Tap here to return to Scheduled Operation. PAGE 18 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Comfort Comfort Boost Boost Frost Frost Holiday Holiday Protect Protect 2 2 Holiday Holiday 1 2 5°3 4 5 < < Contents Contents > > Holiday 1/2 Comfort Mon Holiday Holiday Boost Set Set Set 11:15 Holiday Return Mode Mode Leave Leave Mode will will Date Date Date keep keep your your 335 6 6 Holiday level level 01 01 01 Frost Holiday floor floor 23.5when when holiday holiday Mode Protect above above 02 02 02 2 you you ct ° activated ON ON freezing freezing plan plan 2014 2014 2014 17:00 a a Holiday mode allows you to set the heating of your home to a minimum while you are away on holiday, thus saving energy and money. You must set the date you leave on holiday and the date you return. The thermostat will ensure that your floor is kept above freezing point and that your home is warm at your return. This is accomplished in just a few steps: 1. From the Scheduled Operation home screen, tap the “Other” button to access the Manual Other... 4 4 1 alternative operating modes. 2. Tap the “Holiday” button. 3. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to “ON” and confirm with the “√” button. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 4. Tap the “Right Arrow” button on the confirmation screen that appears. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 5. Set the date on which you are going on holiday. Tap the “Right Arrow” button. Manual Manual Other...Other...1 1 6. Set the date on which you plan to return. Tap the “Right Arrow” button. Comfort Comfort Boost Boost Frost Frost Protect Protect A confirmation screen will then be displayed briefly before the thermostat automatically enters the Holiday home screen. Holiday Holiday ectect2 2 During an active holiday period a suitcase is displayed on the screen together with Holiday Holiday Mode Mode 33ON ON Holiday Mode activated the programmed leaving and return dates. You can cancel an active holiday period and return the thermostat to Scheduled Operation by tapping the “X” button. Holiday Holiday Mode Mode will will keep keep your your floor floor above above freezing freezing level level when when you you plan plan a a holiday holiday 4 4 PAGE 19 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Mon 11:15 5 Holiday 23.5Mode ° activated 17:00 Holiday Mode activated Comfort Boost Holiday Mode Frost Protect Holiday 2 ct Manual Other... 1 Set Return Date 02 01 2014 Set Set Leave Leave Date Date 5501 01 02 02 2014 2014 Set Set Return Return Date Date 6 6 01 01 02 02 2014 2014 < < Contents Contents > > Holiday 2/2 Holiday home screen: Holiday 1 2 1. Indication of Holiday mode. 2. Tap here to access the menus. 01-09-2014 3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (suitcase = Holiday). 4. The date on which the thermostat entered Holiday mode and the date on which 3 05-01-2014 4 the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation. 5. Tap here to quit Holiday mode and return to Scheduled Operation. 6. If leaving and returning dates have been entered but Holiday mode is not yet 5 active, an alternative Scheduled Operation home screen will be displayed, featuring a suitcase. Mon 11:15 6 24.5° 11:00 Manual Other... PAGE 20 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S > < < Contents Contents > Eco Function Eco Function reduces the energy spent on unnecessary heating if you leave the Mon 11:15 room/house during a scheduled heating event. When the Eco Function is enabled, the thermostat enters an energy-saving state, 24.5° 11:00 in which the lowest setback temperature in the event schedule is used as the temperature setpoint. At the next scheduled event change, the thermostat returns to normal Scheduled Operation. To be able to use the Eco Function, it has to be enabled under User Settings/Eco Eco Other... Function With Eco Function enabled in the User Settings: 1. Tap the “Eco” button on the Scheduled Operation home screen to access the Eco Function. The thermostat will then display the Eco Function home screen. Eco Eco Function home screen: 1. Indication of Eco Function. 2. Tap here to access the menus. 3. Icon indicating the current operating mode (leaf = Eco Function). 4. Current target/setpoint temperature (if shown in red, heating is being provided). 5. The time at which the thermostat will return to Scheduled Operation. 6. Tap here to return to Scheduled Operation. 1 1 2 3 4 6 5 16.0° 11:00 PAGE 21 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 22 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Thermostat Setup - Main Menu MM The main menu consists of four options which can be used to configure your ther- Heating Schedule mostat. The main menu is accessed via the “Menu” button on the home screen. Energy Use • Heating Schedule User Settings • Energy Use • User Settings Engineer Settings • Engineer Settings • App Control* App Control Some of the menus have various parameters which can be set. *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 23 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Schedule 1/3 3 Mon Mon Week Week Confirm Confirm Your Your Your Your Mark Mark In In 11:15 11:15 a a Type Type week week Week Week Week Week Work Work Home Home 3 with with Type: Type: Type: Type: Days Days Days Days 2 2 2 2 Work Work Work Work All All All All Event Event Events Events 6 6 Mon Mon have have Thu Thu days days Mon Mon Thu Thu types types days days days days events, events, days/home days/home days/home days/home 23.523.52 2 Schedule Schedule have have per per are are are are events events of of Tue Tue Fri Fri home home days, days, Tue Tue Fri Fri Sun Sun different different different different Day Day 4 4 ° ° heating heating per per week week days days days days days days 17:00 17:00 day.day.Wed Wed Sat Sat Wed Wed Sat Sat Manual Manual 8 8 Sun Sun Other... Other... 5 5 7 7 Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule 2 2 Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings Engineer Engineer SettingsSettingsWeek Week Type Type 3 3 Event Event Schedule Schedule Events Events per per DayDayYour Your Week Week Type: Type: Work Work days/home days/home days days 4 4 All All days days are are differentdifferent Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings Engineer Engineer Settings Settings In In a a week week with with 2 2 types types of of days, days, week week days days have have 4 4 heating heating events, events, home home days days have have 2 2 events events per per day.day.5 5 Mark Mark Work Work Days Days Mon Mon Thu Thu 66Tue Tue Fri Fri Wed Sat Sun Wed Sat Sun Confirm Confirm Home Home Days Days Mon Mon Tue Tue Wed Wed Thu Thu Fri Fri Sat Sat Sun Sun 7 7 Your Your Week Week Type: Type: Work Work days/home days/home days days All All 8 8 days days are are different different < < Contents Contents > > 4 4 1 1 The heating schedule allows you to control temperature automatically according to a programmed schedule of your choice. The thermostat comes with a preprogrammed event schedule for easy and economic heating control, see Preset Schedule under Factory Settings. The heating schedule can easily be changed in the following way: 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “Heating Schedule” button to access schedule options. 3. Tap the “Week Type” button. Choose between “Work days/home days” and “All days are di erent”. “Work days/home days” is best if you have fixed working hours. 4. If you chose “Work days/home days”, 5. an information screen about the schedule will be shown. Tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed. 6. Select the days on which you work. Tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed. 7. The thermostat will automatically designate the remaining days as home days. Tap the “√” button to accept. 8. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to the “Heating Schedule” menu. Proceed to step 10. If you chose “All days are di erent”, each day of the week must be individually programmed, giving you complete control of every single event. Heating Schedule 2/3 9. Tap the “Left Arrow” button on the “Your Week Type” screen to exit. 10. Tap the “Event Schedule” button to set up the target/setpoint temperature and start time for each event. 11. Tap the temperature if you want to change it, then tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the required temperature. 12. Tap the time if you want to change it, then tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the time in steps of 15 minutes. Confirm with “√”. 13. Tap the “Left Arrow” or “Right Arrow” button to toggle through the various events. 14. Once you have completed setting all the events, tap the “Right Arrow” button to view a confirmation screen and return to the Heating Schedule menu. The thermostat is preset to operate in Scheduled Operation with four events per work day and two events per home day. This can be changed to six events per work day and two events per home day in the following way: 15. In the “Heating Schedule” menu, tap the ”Events per Day” button. 16. On the explanation screen, tap the “Right Arrow” button. 17. Choose between four and six events per work day. Confirm with “√”. Steps 10 to 14 may need to be repeated to set the new events. PAGE 24 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 4 4 You You Week Week Events Events can can Type Type per per set set the the Day Day thermo- thermo- 6 6 1414stat stat Event Event 17 17 Events Events or or 24.5° 24.5° for for 6 6 Schedule Schedule events events a a per per Done Done maximum maximum Day Day per per 09:00 09:00 day day of of 4 4 12 12 Events Events per per Day Day 15 15 13 13 16 16 13 13 Your Your Week Week Type: Type: Work Work days/home days/home days days All All days days 9 9 are are different different Week Week Type Type Event Event Schedule Schedule Events Events per per Day Day 10 10 Work Work Day: Day: Wake Wake Up Up 24.5° 24.5° 11 11 08:00 08:00 Work Work Day: Day: Leave Leave Home Home 1224.5° 24.5° 09:00 09:00 1213 13 13 13 Work Work Week Your Day: Type Day: Week Leave Wake Type: Home Up Work Event 24.5° days/home Schedule 11 08:00 days All Events days per are different Day 9 10 Your Week Type Week Type: Work Event days/home Schedule days All Events days per are different Day 9 10 Work Work Day: Day: Leave Wake Home Up 24.5° 11 08:00 Done 14 14 Done Week Week Type Type Event Event Schedule Schedule Events Events per per Day Day 15 15 You You can can set set the the thermo- thermo- stat stat for for a a maximum maximum of of 4 4 or or 6 6 events events per per day day 16 16 4 4 Events Events per per Day Day 6 6 Events Events 17 17 per per Day Day < < Contents Contents > > Heating Schedule 3/3 An event is a scheduled time of day when the thermostat automatically changes the 4 4 You You Week Week Week Week Events Events can can Type Type Type Type per per set set the the Day Day thermo- thermo- 6 6 1919stat stat Event Event Event Event Events Events or or temperature setting. for 6 Schedule events a per maximum Day per day of 4 20You can choose between a four or six event schedule. Choose the setting that best fits your daily rhythm. Events per Day With a four event schedule, you can set four di erent events during work days and two di erent events during home days. 21 – Perfect if your day is as follows: You get up in the morning, you go to work, you return home and you go to sleep. Week Type Event Schedule With a six event schedule, you can set six di erent events during work days and two Events per Day di erent events during home days. – Perfect if your day is as follows: You get up in the morning, you go to work, you return home for lunch, you go back to work, you return home and finally you go to sleep. 18. Tap the “Events per Day” button. 19. On the confirmation screen tap the “Right Arrow” button. 20. Tap the button with the number of events per day you wish to use. for 6 Schedule Schedule Schedule events a per maximum Day per day of 4 20Events Events Events per per per Day Day Day 18 18 21 Week Type Event Schedule Events per Day 18 18 You You can can set set the the thermo- thermo- stat stat for for a a maximum maximum of of 4 4 19 19 or or 6 6 events events per per day day 4 4 Events Events per per Day Day 6 6 Events Events 20 20 per per Day Day Week Week Type Type Event Event Schedule Schedule Events Events per per Day Day 21 21 PAGE 25 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S PAGE 26 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Energy Use Heating Heating Schedule Schedule 2424H H 5 5 55Mon Mon Last Last Last Last Last Last Energy Energy Month Month 11:15 11:15 Year Year 7 7 Days Days Use Use hedule hedule 2 4444Week Week 16163333Month Month User User Settings Settings 222288Year Year 1111Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 023.523.5gsgs° ° 17:00 17:00 000004 4 4 4 4 4 ettings ettings 3 3 3 3 3 3 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 2 Manual Manual Other... Other... Mon 11:15 1 1 23.5° 17:00 Manual Manual Other... Other... Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Use Use hedule hedule 2 2 User User Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Settings Settings gsgsettingsettingsH H Last Last 7 7 Days Days 24241616880034 34 Last Last Month Month 5 5 443322110034 34 kWh kWh Price Price 345 345 345 345 345 345 4 4 3 3 5 43210< < Contents Contents > > Last Last Year Year 5 4321034 34 Week Week Month Month Year Year kWh kWh Price Price 345 345 345 345 345 345 34 34 345 345 345 345 345 345 345 345 345 345 345 345 1 1 The “Energy Use” button allows you to read out energy usage data for your underfloor heating system. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “Energy Use” button to access schedule options. You can choose between four di erent readouts: • Last 7 days: A graph of usage during each day of the past seven days will be displayed. The graph shows hours per day. • Last month: A graph of usage during each day of the past month will be displayed. The graph shows hours per three days. • Last year: A graph of usage during each month of the past year will be displayed. The graph shows hours per month. • An overview of electricity consumption (kWh) and heating costs for the time periods specified above. (Note: actual load, currency and price per kWh must be set in the “Energy Tari ” menu under User Settings). 3. You can toggle between the readouts using the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button. 4. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to the “Main Menu”. PAGE 27 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S User Settings Child Lock $77 5°Display Brightness Screen Saver Energy Tariff Eco Function Date Date Format Time Time Format Dayl. Saving Time Language Unit Language Information Support Information Support This menu allows you to set various parameters. The menu contains the following options: • Child Lock • Display Brightness • Screen Saver • Energy Tari • Eco Function • Date • Date Format • Time • Time Format • Daylight Saving Time • Unit • Information • Support > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 28 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Child Lock b Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 b Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Use Use hedule User User Settings Settings e2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings gsettings5° Unit Language Information Support hedule e2 gsettings5° Unit Language Child Child Lock Lock 3 3 Information Display Display Brightness Brightness Support Screen Screen Saver Saver $ $ Energy Energy Tariff Tariff Child Child Lock Lock 5° 5° Unit Unit Mon Mon Language Language Child Child 11:15 11:15 Child Child Lock Lock Lock Lock 3 3 Information Information Display Display 23.523.5Brightness Brightness ° ° Support Support Screen Screen Saver Saver 17:00 17:00 $ $ Manual Manual Energy Energy TariffTariffOther... Other... ON 4 5 ON 4 5 Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Use Use hedule hedule User User Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings gsgsettings ettings ON ON 4 4 5 5 5 5 b b < < Contents Contents > > 1 1 The child lock prevents children and others from tampering with the thermostat and changing any of its settings. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Tap the “Child lock” button. 4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer. 5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. 6. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. The child lock is activated together with the screen saver if the thermostat has not been operated for about 3 minutes. Before you can operate the thermostat again, you must unlock the child lock in the following way. From the idle home screen: a) Tap the screen to activate it. Three circles containing dots will be displayed on the screen. b) Draw an “L” on the screen in a single stroke without lifting your finger from the screen. Start by touching the dot in the circle in the upper left corner, then slide your finger downwards to the dot in the circle in the lower left corner and continue sliding your finger to the dot in the circle in the lower right corner, forming an “L”. If done correctly, the home screen will appear. Please note that the child lock will be reactivated when the thermostat returns to screen saver mode – unless it is deactivated in the menu: User Settings/Child Lock. PAGE 29 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Display Brightness 5° 5° Unit Unit Mon Mon Display Display Language Language Child Child 11:15 11:15 Lock Lock Brightness Brightness Information Information Display Display 23.523.54 4 Brightness Brightness ° ° Support Support Screen Screen Saver Saver 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual Energy Energy 4 4 Tariff Tariff 5 5 Other... Other... 4 4 Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings55° ° Unit Unit Language Language Child Child Lock Lock Information Information Display Display Brightness Brightness Support Support Screen Screen Saver Saver Energy Energy Tariff Tariff 3 3 Display Display Brightness Brightness 4 4 4 4 5 5 < < Contents Contents > > Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 3 3 1 1 This option allows you to change the brightness of the display. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Display Brightness” button. 4. Select one of the five levels of brightness using the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button. 5. Confirm your choice with “√”. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. PAGE 30 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Screen Saver 5° 5° Unit Unit Child Child Lock Lock Date, Date, Mon Mon Language Language Display Display 11:15 11:15 Time Time Brightness Brightness Date, Date, Screen Screen $ $ Information Information Support Support Screen Screen Energy Energy Time, Time, 23.523.5Off Off Saver Saver 4 Temp. Temp. ghtness ghtness ° ° Tariff Tariff er er 3 3 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual Eco Eco FunctionFunction5 5 riff riff Other... Other... 5 5 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 4 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings55° ° Unit Unit Child Child Lock Lock Language Language Display Display Brightness Brightness Information Information Screen Screen Saver Saver $ $ Support Support Energy Energy Tariff Tariff Eco Eco Function Function 3 Date, Time, Temp. Screen Off 3 Date, Time, Temp. Screen Off ightness ightness ver ver riff riff Date, Date, TimeTime445 5 < < Contents Contents > > Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 1 1 This option allows you to select the information to be shown on the idle home screen. • Date, Time. • Date, Time and Temperature (measured). • Screen O . This setting minimises energy consumption. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Screen Saver” button. 4. Tap the information you want to be shown in screen saver mode. 5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. Energy Tari 5° 5° Unit Unit Screen Screen Saver Saver Price Price Mon Mon $$Language Language Energy Energy per per 11:15 11:15 kWh kWh Load Load Tariff Tariff 3 3 This option allows you to enter the various data used to calculate energy use. The “Energy Use” function uses this information to calculate electricity consumption Load Load Information Information Eco Eco 23.523.5Function Function 0.12 0.12 ghtness ghtness ° ° 7 7 Support Support Date Date er er and the cost of heating for a given period of time. OFF OFF a a kWh kWh 17:00 17:00 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Tap the “Energy Tari ” button. 4. Tap the parameter you want to change. Manual Manual Date Date 4 4 c c FormatFormatriff riff d d Other... Other... b b c c • Price per kWh a) Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the price you pay per kWh. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 b) Confirm with “√”. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 The thermostat will automatically return to “Energy Tari ”. Manual • Load a) If you do not want the thermostat to automatically detect the load of your underfloor heating system, tap the “OFF/ON” button to “OFF”, otherwise leave it at “ON”. b) Confirm with “√”. c) If Auto Detection is set to “OFF”, tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the kW load of your underfloor heating system. You should ask your heating engineer for this information. d) Confirm with “√”. The thermostat will automatically return to “Energy Tari ”. 4. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”. 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings55° ° Unit Unit Screen Screen Saver Saver $$Language Language Energy Energy Tariff Tariff 3 3 Information Information Eco Eco Function Function 7 7 Support Support Date Date Date Date Format Format Price Price per per kWh kWh 4 4 Load Load 4 4 ightness ightness ver ver riff riff PAGE 31 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Auto Auto Load Load Readout Readout Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Price Price per per Use Use Schedule Schedule kWh kWh Energy Energy User User 0.25 0.25 Settings Settings Use Use € € Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer a a Settings Settings b b a a Price per kWh 0.25 € a b Auto Load Readout OFF a b Load 0.12 kWh c d > < Contents Price per kWh 0.25 € a b Auto Load Readout OFF a b Load 0.12 kWh c d > < Contents 4 4 1 1 Eco Function Eco Function reduces the energy spent on unnecessary heating if you leave the room/house during a scheduled heating event. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. ON ON 4 4 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Tap the “Eco Function” button. 4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer. 5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. 5 5 5 5 6. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 1 1 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 With Eco Function enabled, the Scheduled Operation home screen is altered. The lower left button, “Manual”, is changed to “Eco”. Manual Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Tap the “Eco” button to activate the Eco Function. In Eco Mode, the thermostat enters an energy-saving state, in which the lowest Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettingssetback temperature in the event schedule is used as the temperature setpoint. $$55° ° Unit Unit Energy Energy Tariff Tariff At the next scheduled event change, the thermostat returns to normal Scheduled Language Language Eco Eco Function Function 77Information Information Date Date Operation. 7 7 Support Support Date Date Format Format Time Time 3 Eco Function 3 ightness ightness ver ver riff riff Eco Function PAGE 32 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Energy $$5° 5° Unit Energy Unit Tariff Tariff Mon Mon Mon Mon Language Language Eco Eco 11:15 11:15 11:15 11:15 Eco Eco Function Function Function Function 3 3 77Date Information Date Information 23.524.523.524.5° ° ° ° 7 7 Date Support Date Support Format Format Time Time 11:00 11:00 17:00 17:00 Manual Eco Other... Other... Comfort Boost Frost Protect Holiday ightness ightness er er Manual riff riff Other... Manual Comfort Boost Frost Protect Mon 11:15 24.5° 11:00 ON ON 4 4 5 5 < < Contents Contents > > Heating Comfort Heating Comfort Schedule Schedule Energy Boost Energy Boost Heating Heating Manual Manual Use Use Schedule Schedule Frost Frost Energy Energy Comfort Comfort User User Settings Settings Protect Protect Use Use Holiday Holiday Boost Boost Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Frost Frost Eco Protect Protect Settings Settings Other... Comfort Boost Manual Frost Comfort Protect Holiday Boost Frost Protect Mon 11:15 24.5° 11:00 Eco Eco Other... Other... 1 1 Date This option allows you to change the date, which is sometimes shown on the home screen and is used for functions such as “Holiday” mode and “Daylight Saving Time”. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 4 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Date” button. 4. Tap the parameter you want to change. 7 5. Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the day, month and year. 6. Confirm each setting with “√”. Mon 11:15 7. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”. 23.5° 17:00 4 7 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 Manual 1 Other...Heating Schedule Energy Heating Use Schedule Energy User Settings Use Engineer User Settings Settings 2 Engineer Settings5° Unit Eco Function 7Language Date 3 7 Information Date Format ightness Support Time ver Time Format riff Date 01 02 2014 PAGE 33 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Manual 1 Other...Heating Schedule Energy Heating Use Schedule Energy User Settings Use Engineer User Settings Settings 2 Engineer Settings5° Unit Eco Function 7Language Date 3 7 Information Date Format ightness Support Time ver Time Format riff Date 01 02 2014 Eco 5° 5° Unit Eco Unit Function Function Mon Mon 77Language Language Date Date 11:15 11:15 3Date 3Date 7 7 01 01 Date Information Date Information 23.523.5Format Format 02 02 ° ° Time Support Time Support Time Time Format Format ightness ightness er er 2014 2014 17:00 17:00 Manual riff riff Other... 4 4 7 7 < < Contents Contents > > Manual Other... Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 1 1 Date Format 5° 5° 77Unit Unit Date Date 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. DD-MM-YYYYDD-MM-YYYYMon Mon 7 7 Language Language Date Date 11:15 11:15 Format Format 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Date Format” button. Information Information Time Time 23.523.54 4 ° ° Support Support Time Time Format Format 17:00 17:00 4. Tap the date format you prefer: • DD/MM/YYYY • MM/DD/YYYY Dayl. Dayl. 5 5 Saving Saving Time Time 5 5 5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 3 MM-DD-YYYY 3 MM-DD-YYYY ightness ightness er er Manual Manual riff riff Other... Other... Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings5577° ° Unit Unit Date Date 7 7 Language Language Date Date Format Format 3 Information Information Time Time Support Support Time Time Format Format Dayl. Dayl. Saving Saving Time Time MM-DD-YYYY 3 ightness ightness ver ver riff riff DD-MM-YYYYDD-MM-YYYYMM-DD-YYYY 445 5 PAGE 34 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 1 1 Time This option allows you to change the time, which is used by the clock to control heating schedule events during Scheduled Operation. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Time” button. 4. Tap the parameter you want to change. 5. Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the hours and minutes. 6. Confirm each setting with “√”. 7. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”. 2 4 7 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 4 7 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 557 7 ° ° Unit Date Unit Date Format Format Language Time Language Time Information Time Information Time Format Format Support Support Dayl. Dayl. Saving Saving Time Time 55°°Unit Unit 3 Time 48:12 3 ightness ightness ver ver riff riff Time 48:12 PAGE 35 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 5° 5° 7 7 Unit Unit Date Date Format Format Mon Mon Language Language Time Time 11:15 11:15 3Time 3Time Information Time Information Time Support Support Dayl. Dayl. 48:12 48:12 23.523.5Format Format Saving Saving ightness ightness er er ° ° Time Time 17:00 17:00 55Manual Unit Unit riff riff Other... 4 4 7 7 < < Contents Contents > > Manual Other... Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings AM AM AM AM 1 1 Time Format 5° 5° Unit Unit Time Time 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 24 24 Mon Mon Hours Hours Language Language Time Time 11:15 11:15 Format Format 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Time Format” button. Information Information Dayl. Dayl. 23.523.5Saving Saving 4 4 5° 5° Support Support Unit Unit ightness ightness er er ° ° Time Time 17:00 17:00 4. Tap the time format you prefer: • 24 Hours • 12 Hours AM/PM LanguageLanguage5 5 riff riff 5 5 5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 3 12 Hours AM/PM 3 12 Hours AM/PM Manual Manual Other... Other... Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings55° ° Unit Unit Time Time Language Language Time Time Format Format Information Information Dayl. Dayl. Saving Saving ightness ightness Time Time 55° ° Support Support Unit Unit ver ver LanguageLanguageriff riff 3 12 Hours AM/PM 3 24 24 Hours Hours 12 Hours AM/PM 445 5 PAGE 36 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 1 1 Daylight Saving Time When set to ON, the “Daylight Saving Time” function will automatically adjust the thermostat clock to the daylight saving time for the “Region” chosen in the “Startup Wizard”. Note! Only regions within North America and Europe are supported. ON 4 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Daylight Saving Time” button. 5 5 4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer. 5. Confirm with the “√” button. Mon 11:15 The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. 23.5° 17:00 ON 4 5 5 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings55° ° Unit Unit Time Time Language Language Time Time Format Format Information Information Dayl. Dayl. Saving Saving ightness ightness Time Time 55° ° Support Support Unit Unit ver ver LanguageLanguageriff riff 3 3 Daylight Daylight Saving Saving Time Time PAGE 37 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 5° 5° Unit Unit Time Time Mon Mon Language Language Time Time 11:15 11:15 Format Format 5° 5° Information Information Dayl. Dayl. Support Support Unit Unit 23.523.5Saving Saving ightness ightness er er ° ° Time Time 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual LanguageLanguageriff riff Other... Other... Daylight Daylight Saving Saving Time Time ON ON 4 4 5 5 < < Contents Contents > > Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 3 3 1 1 PAGE 38 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Unit 5° 5° Unit Unit Dayl. Dayl. Saving Saving Time Time Celsius Celsius Mon Mon 5° 5° Language Language Unit Unit 11:15 11:15 3 3 Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Information Information Language Language 23.523.54 4 Support Support Information Support ightness ° ° Information er 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual Support 5 5 riff Other... Other... 5 5 Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 ightness er riff Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings55° ° Unit Unit Dayl. Dayl. Saving Saving Time Time 5° 5° Language Language Unit Unit 3 3 Information Information Language Language Support Support Information Information Support Support Fahrenheit Fahrenheit ightness ightness ver ver riff riff Celsius Celsius 445 5 < < Contents Contents > > Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 1 1 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Unit” button. 4. Tap the unit you prefer: • Celsius • Fahrenheit 5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. The thermostat will automatically return to “User Settings”. Information 1/25° 5° 5° 5° Unit Unit Unit Unit Mon Mon Language Language Language Language 11:15 11:15 Information Information This option provides a read-out containing the following information: Appl. Appl. Unit Unit Floor Floor Information Information Information Information Support Support Support Support ID: ID: sensor: sensor: version: version: 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 • Application version ightness ightness 3 3 • Unit ID • Sensor temperatures er er 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. Manual Manual 4 4 riff riff Other... Other... QR QR 5 5 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Information” button. 4. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”. Or tap the “QR” button. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 5. If “QR” is selected, you can scan the QR Code with a suitable device with access 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 to the Internet. Software supporting QR Code scanning is necessary, e.g. an app. Manual Scanning the QR Code provides the following data from the thermostat: • Contact • Serial Number • Software Version • Sensor Type • Application • Mode • Adaptive Function • Open Window • Child Lock • Time Format 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings5555° ° ° ° Unit Unit Unit Unit Language Language Language Language Information Information Information Information Support Support Support Support ightness ightness 3 3 ver ver riff riff Information Information Appl. Appl. version: version: Unit Unit ID: ID: Floor Floor sensor: sensor: 54 54 QR QR PAGE 39 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 1 1 Information 2/2• Temperature Unit • Heating Schedule • Energy Use 5. Tap on the QR Code to return to the Information screen. 6. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”. QR Code is a registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED. > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 40 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Support This option provides information on obtaining support for the thermostat. Please consult the “Troubleshooting” section of this manual before calling for any support. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “User Settings” button to access the various user settings. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Support” button. 4. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “User Settings”. PAGE 41 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 4 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 4 Mon 11:15 23.5° 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer SettingsSettings5555° ° ° ° Unit Unit Unit Unit Language Language Language Language Information Information Information Information Support Support Support Support ightness ightness ver ver riff riff 3 3 4 4 < < Contents Contents > > 5° 5° 5° 5° Unit Unit Unit Unit Mon Mon Language Language Language Language 11:15 11:15 Information Information Information Information 23.523.5ightness ightness ° ° Support Support Support Support 3 3 er er 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual riff riff Other... Other... Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Heating Heating Use Use Schedule Schedule Energy Energy User User Settings Settings Use Use Engineer Engineer User User Settings Settings Settings Settings 2 2 Engineer Engineer Settings Settings 1 1 Engineer Settings This menu contains all the parameters that must be set by the engineer during ther- Adaptive Function mostat installation or service. The menu contains the following options: Open Window • Adaptive Function • Open Window Sensor Application • Sensor Application • Sensor Type Sensor Type • Floor Sensor Calibration • Room Sensor Calibration • Temperature Scale Floor Sens. Calibr. • Factory Reset • EN 50559 Room Sens. Calibr. Temp. Scale Factory Reset EN50559 > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 42 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Adaptive Function With this feature enabled the room will already have reached the target/setpoint temperature at the beginning of an event. After just a few days, the adaptive function will have automatically calculated how much earlier the heating must be turned on/o to achieve this. ON ON 4 4 Select “OFF” if you simply want the heating to start at the beginning of an event. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Scroll down and tap the “Engineer Settings” button. 3. Tap the “Adaptive Function” button. 4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer and confirm with the “√” Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 button. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 5. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”. Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Energy Energy Use Use Use Use hedule hedule User User User User Settings Settings Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsFloor Floor Sens. Sens. Calibr. Calibr. Adaptive Adaptive Room Room Sens. Sens. Function Function Calibr. Calibr. 3 3 Open Open Temp. Temp. Window Window Scale Scale Factory Factory Sensor Sensor Application Application Reset Reset Sensor Sensor Type Type Adaptive Adaptive Function Function PAGE 43 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual Other... Other... ON ON 4 4 < < Contents Contents > > Heating Heating Heating Heating Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Calibr. Calibr. Energy Energy Energy Energy Adaptive Adaptive Room Room Adaptive Adaptive Sens. Sens. Use Use Use Use Function Function Function Function hedule hedule Calibr. Calibr. 3 3 User User User User Temp. Temp. Open Open Settings Settings Settings Settings Window Window Scale Scale eeEngineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Sensor Sensor Application Application Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgsSensor Sensor Type Type ettings ettings Factory Factory Reset Reset 2 2 1 1 Open WindowThis option allows you to enable the “Open Window” function. The thermostat can detect an open window by registering a rapid drop in temperature. With the function enabled, the thermostat shuts o the heating for 30 minutes if an ON ON 4 4 open window is detected. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Scroll down and tap the “Engineer Settings” button. 3. Tap the “Open Window” button. 4. Tap the “OFF/ON” button to the setting you prefer and confirm with the “√” Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 button. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 5. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”. Manual If an open window is detected, the “Open Window” screen will appear, allowing the function to be cancelled by tapping “X”. 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Use Use hedule hedule User User Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsFloor Floor Sens. Sens. Calibr. Calibr. Adaptive Adaptive Room Room Sens. Sens. Function Function Calibr. Calibr. Open Open Window Window Factory Factory Sensor Sensor Application Application Reset Reset Sensor Sensor Type Type Temp. Temp. Scale Scale 3 3 Open Open Window Window PAGE 44 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Mon Open Open Mon 11:15 11:15 Window Window 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Manual Manual Other... Other... ON ON 4 4 < < Contents Contents > > Heating Heating Heating Heating Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Calibr. Calibr. Energy Energy Energy Energy Adaptive Adaptive Room Room Open Open Sens. Sens. Use Use Use Use Window Window Function Function hedule hedule Calibr. Calibr. User User User User Temp. Temp. Open Open Settings Settings Settings Settings Window Window Scale Scale ee3 3 Engineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Sensor Sensor Application Application Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgsSensor Sensor Type Type ettings ettings Factory Factory Reset Reset 2 2 Open Open Window Window 1 1 Sensor Application This option allows you to choose which sensor is used to control the heating Floor Floor Mon Mon You You 11:15 11:15 can can set set the the sensor sensor system. to to use use floor floor or or room room Room/Floor Room/Floor Room Room readings. readings. 23.523.55 5 Limit Limit ° ° Set? Set? 17:00 17:00 • Floor (default): With this setting, the floor sensor controls the heating system. • Room/Floor Limit (advanced): With this setting, the room sensor controls the heating system subject to maximum and minimum limits for floor temperature. The maximum temperature limit protects wooden floors from excessive heat. Manual Manual Other... Other... 3 3 6 6 The minimum temperature limit prevents the floor from becoming uncomfortably cold when heating is not needed, e.g. in a bathroom. Note that this function will increase energy consumption. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 Floor Limit temperatures are set in the “Temperature Scale” menu. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Manual • Room: With this setting, the room sensor inside the thermostat controls the heating system. Maximum temperature depends on floor type and temperature scale. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button. 3. Tap the “Sensor Application” button. 4. Confirm that you want to set the Sensor Application. 5. Then tap the application you want to use. 6. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. 7. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”. 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Energy Energy Use Use Use Use hedule hedule User User User User Settings Settings Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsAdaptive Floor Adaptive Floor Sens. Sens. Function Function Calibr. Calibr. Open Open Room Room Window Window Sens. Sens. unction unction Calibr. Calibr. Sensor Sensor Temp. Temp. Scale Scale Application Application dow dow 3 3 Factory Factory Sensor Sensor Typeplication Typeplication Reset Reset Floor Floor Sens. Sens. pe pe Calibr. Calibr. You You can can set set the the sensor sensor to to use use floor floor or or room room readings. readings. Set? Set? 3 3 PAGE 45 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Heating Heating Heating Adaptive Adaptive Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Function Function Calibr. Calibr. Energy Energy Energy Energy Room Room Open Open Window Window Sens. Sens. Use Use Use Use unction unction hedule hedule Calibr. Calibr. User User User User Sensor Sensor Temp. Temp. Settings Settings Settings Settings Scale Scale Application Application owowEngineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Sensor Sensor Factory Factory Typeplication Typeplication Reset Reset Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgs2 2 Floor Floor Sens. Sens. ettings ettings e e Calibr. Calibr. Floor Floor Room/Floor Room/Floor 5 5 Limit Limit Room Room 6 6 < < Contents Contents > > 3 3 1 1 Sensor Type Factory Factory Heating Heating Floor Open Sens. Window Schedule Schedule Calibr. Factory Sensor Factory Sensor Mon Mon Thermostat Thermostat Energy Energy Sensor Room Custom Custom Custom Custom Custom Custom 11:15 11:15 - - 10 10 Sens. Application Use Use kΩ kΩ Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor will will unction hedule Calibr. use use a a 1 This option allows you to choose the type of floor sensor used with the thermostat. You can therefore choose to use an existing sensor with the thermostat, e.g. in custom custom sensor sensor Value Value Value Value Value Value type. type. 211234Set Set renovation projects. Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor User User 6 6 the the You You your your User User Engineer Engineer Sensor Temp. Floor Factory 20° 20° 25° 30° 15° 15° 4 4 Settings Settings 23.523.5have have resistance resistance - - - - - - custom custom for for Settings Settings 12 12 10 10 12 12 Sens. Scale Type4 4 Reset now now it it kΩ kΩ kΩ kΩ kΩ kΩ Settings Settings e? ? 2303 2303 2303 2303 2303 2303 gsow° ° lication Calibr. sensor sensor set set values values 3 17:00 17:00 up up Ω Ω Ω Ω Ω Ω 2 888888Choose the sensor actually used from the list. The sensor supplied with the thermostat is an OJ sensor listed as: “Factory”. • Factory (default) • Sensor 10 k User User Manual Manual Room Settings Settings 77777 7 5 5 Sens. ettings e Other... Other... Calibr. 5 5 10 10 7 7 7 7 • Sensor 12 k • Custom Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button. Manual 3. Scroll down and tap the “Sensor Type” button. 4. Tap the type of floor sensor actually used. You You have have now now set set up up 5. Confirm your choice with “√” or discard it with “X”. your your custom custom sensor sensor 6. If “Custom” is chosen, you must provide resistance values for the sensor concerned at four given temperatures: 15°C, 20°C, 25°C and 30°C – ask the supplier of your sensor for these values. 7. Use the “Right Arrow” or “Left Arrow” button to toggle through the temperatures. 8. Tap the resistance value to change it. 9. Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the resistance. 10. Then repeat steps 6-9 until all four resistance values have been set. 11. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to “Engineer Settings”. 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Energy Energy Use Use Use Use hedule hedule User User User User Settings Settings Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsFloor Floor Open Open Sens. Sens. Window Window Calibr. Calibr. Sensor Sensor Room Room Sens. Sens. Application Application unction unction Calibr. Calibr. Sensor Sensor Temp. Temp. Scale Scale TypeTypeow ow 3 3 Factory Factory Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Reset Reset plication plication Calibr. Calibr. Room Room Sens. Sens. pe pe Calibr. Calibr. 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Set Set the the 4 4 resistance resistance values values for for it it ? ? 5 5 6 6 Custom Custom Value Value Sensor Sensor 1115° 15° 2303 2303 8 8 Ω Ω 7 7 7 7 Custom Custom Sensor Sensor Value Value 2220° 20° 2303 2303 8 8 Ω Ω 7 7 7 7 Custom Custom Sensor Sensor Value Value 3325° 25° 2303 2303 8 8 Ω Ω 7 7 7 7 Custom Custom Sensor Sensor Value Value 4430° 30° 2303 2303 8 8 Ω Ω 7 7 11 11 < < Contents Contents > > 1 Floor Sensor Calibration Mon Mon Current Current Actual Actual 11:15 11:15 Floor Floor reading reading Temp. Temp. from from This option allows you to calibrate the floor sensor. floor floor sensor sensor is is You should calibrate the sensor if the temperature reading di ers from the actual Floor Floor Calibrate Calibrate 23.523.5sensor sensor 24.3° 24.3° 23.2° 23.2° sensor? sensor? calibrated calibrated ° ° 17:00 17:00 floor temperature. Note that changes in the floor sensor characteristics may damage certain floors. You can calibrate the sensor with +/- 10°C in steps of 0.5°C in the following way: Manual Manual 6 6 4 4 7 7 Other... Other... 4 4 6 6 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Floor Sensor Calibration” button. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 4. Confirm that you want to calibrate the sensor with “√” or cancel with “X”. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 5. If “√” is chosen, you must then o set the thermostat to reflect the floor Manual temperature actually measured. 6. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the measured floor Floor Floor sensor sensor calibrated calibrated temperature. 7. Confirm the value with “√”. A confirmation screen will be displayed briefly. 8. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”. 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Energy Energy Use Use Use Use hedule hedule User User User User Settings Settings Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsFloor Sensor Floor Sensor Sens. Sens. Application Application Calibr. Calibr. Sensor Sensor Room Room Sens. Sens. TypeTypeunction unction Calibr. Calibr. Floor Temp. Floor Temp. Sens. Sens. Scale Scale dow dow Calibr. Calibr. 3 3 Factory Factory Room Room Sens. Sens. Reset Reset plication plication Calibr. Calibr. Temp. Temp. Scale Scale pe pe Current Current reading reading from from floor floor sensor sensor is is 23.2° 23.2° Calibrate Calibrate sensor? sensor? 4 4 PAGE 47 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Heating Heating Heating Sensor Sensor Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Application Application Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Calibr. Calibr. Energy Energy Energy Energy Sensor Sensor Room Room Sens. Sens. TypeTypeUse Use Use Use unction unction hedule hedule Calibr. Calibr. User User User User Temp. Floor Floor Temp. Settings Settings Settings Settings Sens. Sens. Scale Scale eeowowCalibr. Calibr. Engineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgslication lication Temp. Temp. Scale Scale ettings ettings e e 3 3 2 Factory Room Room Factory Sens. Sens. Reset Reset Calibr. Calibr. 2 Actual Actual Floor Floor Temp. Temp. 24.3° 24.3° 6 6 7 7 6 6 < < Contents Contents > > 1 1 Room Sensor Calibration Mon Mon Current Current Actual Actual 11:15 11:15 Room Room reading reading Temp. Temp. from from This option allows you to calibrate the room sensor. room room sensor sensor is is You should calibrate the sensor if the temperature reading di ers from the actual Room Room Calibrate Calibrate 23.523.524.3° 24.3° sensor sensor 23.2° 23.2° sensor? sensor? calibrated calibrated ° ° 17:00 17:00 room temperature. You can calibrate the sensor with +/- 10°C in steps of 0.5°C in the following way: 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. Manual Manual 6 6 4 4 7 7 Other... Other... 4 4 6 6 2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button. 3. Scroll down and tap the “Room Sensor Calibration” button. 4. Confirm that you want to calibrate the sensor with “√” or cancel with “X”. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 5. If “√” is chosen, you must then o set the thermostat to reflect the room 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 temperature actually measured. Manual 6. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the measured room temperature. Room Room sensor sensor calibrated calibrated 7. Confirm the value with “√”. A confirmation screen will be displayed briefly. 8. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”. 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Energy Energy Use Use Use Use hedule hedule User User User User Settings Settings Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsSensor Floor Sensor Floor Sens. Sens. TypeTypeCalibr. Calibr. Floor Floor Room Room Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. unction unction Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Room Temp. Room Temp. Sens. Sens. Scale Scale dow dow Calibr. Calibr. 3 3 Factory Factory Temp. Temp. Scale Scale Reset Reset plication plication Factory Factory Reset Reset pe pe Current Current reading reading from from room room sensor sensor is is 23.2° 23.2° Calibrate Calibrate sensor? sensor? 4 4 PAGE 48 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Heating Heating Heating Sensor Floor Floor Sensor Sens. Sens. TypeTypeSchedule Schedule Schedule Schedule Calibr. Calibr. Energy Energy Energy Energy Floor Floor Room Room Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Use Use Use Use unction unction hedule hedule Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. User User User User Temp. Temp. Room Room Settings Settings Settings Settings Sens. Sens. Scale Scale eeowowCalibr. Calibr. Engineer Engineer Engineer Engineer Settings Settings Settings Settings plication plication gsgsFactory Factory Reset Reset ettings ettings e e 3 3 2 Factory Temp. Temp. Factory Scale Scale Reset Reset 2 Actual Actual Room Room Temp. Temp. 24.3° 24.3° 6 6 7 7 6 6 < < Contents Contents > > 1 1 Temperature Scale 1/3 This option allows you to set the minimum and maximum temperature to which the thermostat can be set – as well as the minimum and maximum limits for floor temperature. Operating temperatures: • Minimum Temperature Scale can be set between 5°C and 15°C. • Maximum Temperature Scale can be set between 20°C and 40°C. (If “Sensor Application” is set to “Floor”, a maximum temperature of 27°C can protect wooden floors from drying out. For precise information, please ask your flooring supplier). Floor limit temperatures: Floor limit temperatures allow you to set the lowest (Minimum Temp. Limit) and highest (Maximum Temp. Limit) permissible floor temperature during normal room temperature control. If floor temperature drops below the Minimum Temp. Limit, the thermostat will activate the heating system to maintain the temperature above the set minimum. If floor temperature rises above the Maximum Temp. Limit, the thermostat will deactivate the heating system to maintain the temperature below the set maximum. Floor Limit temperatures are only available if “Room/Floor Limit” has been selected under “Sensor Application”. > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 49 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Temperature Scale 2/3 Heating Heating Floor Floor Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Schedule Schedule Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. • Minimum Temp. Limit – use this setting to maintain a comfort temperature on tile Mon Mon Maximum Maximum Minimum Minimum 8 8 Set Set Energy Energy Room Room Room Room 11:15 11:15 the the min min Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Use Use Temp. Temp. Temp. Temp. unction unction hedule hedule and and Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Scale Scale Scale Scale max max 1 1 floors. Can be set between 5°C and 25°C. temperature temperature that that the the • Maximum Temp. Limit – use this setting to protect wooden floors from excessive thermostat thermostat Temperature Temperature 5 5 8 8 User User Engineer Engineer Temp. Temp. Temp. Temp. Factory Factory Factory Factory Limit Limit 23.523.5Settings Settings 35° 15° 35° 15° calibrated calibrated Scale Scale Scale Scale at at Reset Reset Reset Reset can can Settings Settings eeplication plication scale scale gsgsowow° ° operate operate 3 3 17:00 17:00 and and 2 2 temperatures. Can be set between 10°C and 40°C. NOTE: If the maximum limit for floor temperature is set too high, sensitive floor types may be permanently damaged. Manual Manual 9 9 6 6 4 4 ettings ettings 10 10 e e 7 7 Other... Other... 4 4 6 6 9 9 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 Minimum Temp. Scale 3. Scroll down and tap the “Temp. Scale” button. 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 15° 5 4. Confirm that you want to set minimum and maximum operating temperatures for 6 67 the thermostat by tapping “√” or cancel with “X”. 5. If “√” is chosen, you can set a Minimum Temp.Scale. 6. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Minimum Temp. Scale. 7. Confirm the setting with “√”. 8. You can now set a Maximum Temp.Scale. Factory Reset 9. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Maximum Temp. Scale. 10. Confirm the setting with “√”. If “Room/Floor Limit” has been selected under “Sensor Application”, proceed to step 11. Otherwise, proceed to step 17. Minimum Temp. Scale 15° 5 Manual 6 67 Factory Reset 1 Manual Other...Set the min and max temperature that the thermostat can operate at4 1 Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Use Use hedule hedule User User Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsSet the min and max temperature that the thermostat can operate at4 Temperature Temperature scale scale and and Limit Limit calibrated calibrated 8 8 Floor Floor Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Room Room Room Room Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. unction unction Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Maximum Maximum Temp. Temp. Scale Scale Temp. Temp. Temp. Temp. Scale Scale Scale Scale dow dow 3 3 35° 35° 8 8 Factory Factory Reset Reset plication plication pe pe 9 9 910 910 PAGE 50 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Temperature Scale 3/3 11. You can now set a Minimum Temp. Limit. Maximum Maximum 17 17 Minimum Minimum Temp. Temp. Temp. Temp. Limit Limit Limit Limit 12. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Minimum Temp. Limit. Temperature Temperature 11 11 14 14 Limit Limit 40° 40° calibrated calibrated 5° 5° scale scale and and 13. Confirm the setting with “√”. 14. You can now set a Maximum Temp. Limit. 15. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to change the Maximum Temp. Limit. 16. Confirm the setting with “√”. 12 12 15 15 16 16 13 13 12 12 15 15 17. A confirmation screen will be displayed. 18. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”. Minimum Minimum Temp. Temp. Limit Limit 11 11 5° 5° 12 12 12131213Maximum Maximum Temp. Temp. Limit Limit 14 14 40° 40° 15 15 1516 1516 Temperature Temperature scale scale and and Limit Limit 17 17 calibrated calibrated PAGE 51 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Factory ResetThis option allows you to restore the thermostat to factory settings. Mon Mon 5 5 11:15 11:15 4 4 Note! This action cannot be undone, and all your personal settings will be lost. Thermostat Thermostat factory factory 23.523.5settings settings reset reset ° ° to to 17:00 17:00 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Scroll down and tap the “Engineer Settings” button. 3. Tap the “Factory Reset” button. 4. Tap “X” if you want to maintain your settings and return to “Engineer Settings”. Manual Manual Other... Other... Tap “Reset” if you want to restore the factory settings. 5. The thermostat will then be reset and the “Startup Wizard” will appear on the screen. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 Manual 1 1 Manual Other...Other...Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Use Use hedule hedule User User Settings Settings eeEngineer Engineer Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettingsFloor Floor Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Room Room Room Room Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. unction unction Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Temp. Temp. Temp. Temp. Scale Scale Scale Scale dow dow Factory Factory Factory Factory Reset Reset Reset Reset plication plication pe pe 3 3 4 4 Reset Reset A A factory factory reset reset will will eraseall eraseall data. data. Reset Reset thermostat? thermostat? 44 PAGE 52 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Heating Heating Floor Floor Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Schedule Schedule Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Energy Energy Room Room Room Room Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Use Use unction unction hedule hedule Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Reset Reset A A User User Temp. Temp. Temp. Temp. factory factory eraseall eraseall Settings Settings Scale Scale Scale Scale reset reset eedata. data. owowwill will Reset Reset Engineer Engineer Factory Factory Factory Factory thermostat? thermostat? Reset Reset Reset Reset Settings Settings plication plication gsgs3 3 2 2 4 4 ettings ettings e e Thermostat Thermostat reset reset to to factory factory 5 5 settings settings < < Contents Contents > > 1 1 EN 50559 1/2This thermostat complies with EN 50559 (VDE 0705-559) for electrical floor heating. The regulation applies to electrical floor heating, with a maximum floor weight of 4 kN/m2. To ensure that hotspots due to unintentionally covering up the surface are avoided, the heating function can be time-limited as per EN/DIN. Note that this function is not applicable to other heating applications such as wall and/or ceiling heating If it can be foreseen in advance that unintentional covering up of a floor might occur, then it is important to assess the correct period of time for which the floor heating must be time-limited. The heating can be limited using a set number between 0 - 20 minutes per hour. Example: If obstacles could be present that cover up the floor, then the heating might need to be limited by some number of minutes so as to avoid hotspots in the floor. If you want the thermostat to heat a maximum of 90 % of the time, then the thermostat should be limited by 10 %. Ten percent of one hour is 6 minutes. Enter 6 min. in the EN 50559 menu in order to lower the heating by 10 %. > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 53 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S EN 50559 2/2Heating Heating Room Room Floor Floor Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Schedule Schedule Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Mon Mon Energy Energy Temp. Temp. Room Room 11:15 11:15 EN50559 EN50559 Sens. Sens. Scale Scale Use Use unction unction hedule hedule Calibr. Calibr. 1 1 Equation to calculate number of minutes that could be entered in the EN 50559 menu - when an average heating e ect is desired: User User Factory Factory EN50559 EN50559 Engineer Engineer Temp. Temp. Factory Factory 23.523.51 1 Settings Settings Scale Scale Reset Reset Reset Reset Min. Min. Settings Settings ee3 3 plication plication gsgsowow° ° 17:00 17:00 (1- ( Average Floor heating wanted element heating e e ect ect pr. pr. mm2 2 )) ∗ 60 min. Manual Manual 4 4 ettings ettings e e 5 5 Other... Other... 4 4 Note! If the result of the equation is negative, then nothing should be entered. 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. Mon Mon 11:15 11:15 1 1 23.523.5° ° 17:00 17:00 2. Then tap the “Engineer Settings” button. 3. Scroll down and tap the “EN 50559” button. Manual Manual Other...Other...4. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the number of minutes - the Heating Heating Schedule Schedule Energy Energy Use Use hedule hedule thermostat should not heat per hour. User User Settings Settings ee5. Confirm the value with “√”. Engineer Engineer Settings Settings gsgs2 2 ettingsettings6. The thermostat will automatically return to “Engineer Settings”. Room Floor Room Floor Sens. Sens. Sens. Sens. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Calibr. Temp. Temp. Room Room Sens. Sens. Scale Scale unction unction Calibr. Calibr. Factory Factory Temp. Temp. Scale Scale Reset Reset dow dow EN50559 EN50559 Factory Factory Reset Reset plication plication 33pe pe EN50559 EN50559 1 1 Min. Min. 54 54 4 4 PAGE 54 < < Contents Contents > > © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 2 2 MMApp Control* These settings allow you to set up your thermostat for connection to your wireless Heating Schedule network, through which the thermostat is able to connect to our thermostat cloud server. Server connectivity enables you to control your thermostat remotely using Energy Use the SWATT® (Smart Wifi And Touch Thermostat) app from a smartphone or tablet with Internet connection. User Settings Engineer Settings App Control *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 55 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S WiFi Connection* 1/4 AS10You can set up a WiFi connection in the following way: Wi-Fi WiFi Connection Connection 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. Connect Connect to to app App 2. Then tap the “App Control” button to access the app setup options. 3. Tap the “WiFi Connection” button to set up the WiFi connection. Remove Remove from from app App Note that if a WiFi configuration is already made, the “Status” screen will be displayed showing the current status of the WiFi connection. In this case, tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed, or the “Left Arrow” button to return to the main menu. 4. Choose the desired connection type on the “Connection type ” screen: • Tap “WPS” for automatic setup. Proceed to steps 5 to 6. • Tap “Manual” for manual setup. Proceed to steps 7 to 10. Automatic setup requires that you can activate WPS on the router. For details about the location of the WPS button on your router, please check your router manual. 5. Go to your WiFi router and activate WPS. 6. On your thermostat, tap the “Right Arrow” button to start connecting the thermostat. *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 56 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S PAGE 57 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S WiFi Connection* 2/4 Manual connection: The “Searching networks” screen is displayed while the thermostat is searching for available networks. The detected networks are then displayed in a list. 7. Tap the name of the desired network on the list. If you cannot see the name of your network on the list, you have to enter the network name manually in the following way: • Tap “Other” at the bottom of the list of networks. • You are now asked to enter the network name (SSID). Tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed. • Enter the network name (SSID) for your wireless network at the top of the screen. • Confirm the network name with “√” See tips on using the keyboard in step 9 below. 8. You are now asked to enter the network key (password). Tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed. 9. Enter the network key (password) for your wireless network at the top of the screen. *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 58 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S WiFi Connection* 3/4 Tips on using the keyboard: • Tap the “Character set” button to the left to choose between di erent character sets, e.g. lowercase letters, uppercase letters, numbers and special characters. • Tap the “Up Arrow” and “Down Arrow” buttons to scroll up and down in the selected character set. • Tap the highlighted character to enter it at the top. • Tap the “Delete” button to the right to delete the last character. • If the key is too long to be displayed in the text field, you can tap the text to see the entire text. Tap it again to return to the keyboard. 10. Confirm the network key with “√” to start connecting the thermostat. The thermostat will now attempt to connect to your wireless network. Please be patient, since this may take a while (several minutes). • If the connection is successful, a confirmation screen will be displayed briefly. After that the “Status” screen will be displayed showing the current status of the WiFi connection. Tap the “Left Arrow” button to return to the menu. • If the connection fails, the thermostat will tell you so. In this case, check troubleshooting, and then tap the “X” button to return to step 4 and try again. *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > WiFi Connection* 4/4 If problems persist, or if anything unexpected happens during setup of the WiFi connection, please consult the “Troubleshooting” section in this manual. You can disconnect a WiFi connection in the following way: 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 2. Then tap the “App Control” button to access the app setup options. 3. Tap the “WiFi Connection” button to show the “Status” screen which displays the status of the current WiFi connection. 4. Tap the “Right Arrow” button to proceed to the “Connection type” screen. 5. Tap “Disconnect” to remove the current WiFi connection. 6. Confirm with “√”. You will now return to the App Control menu. 7. A confirmation screen will be displayed briefly. Note if you tap the “X” button you will return to the “Connection type” menu. *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 59 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Connect to App* AS10Install the SWATT® (Smart Wifi And Touch Thermostat) app on your smart device. Wi-Fi WiFi Connection Connection 1. When you have successfully set up a WiFi connection on your thermostat, you Connect Connect to to app App can connect it to SWATT® (Smart Wifi And Touch Thermostat) app in the following way: Remove Remove from from app App 2. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. 3. Then tap the “App Control” button to access the app setup options. 4. Tap the “Connect to App” button to connect to your app. 5. Choose how to connect to your app: • Tap “QR Code” to display a QR code that you can scan with your mobile phone. • Tap “Thermostat ID” to display the thermostat ID that you can enter in your app. 6. Confirm with “√”. *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 60 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Remove from App* AS10You can remove your thermostat from your app in the following way: Wi-Fi WiFi Connection Connection 1. Tap the “Menu” button on the home screen. Connect Connect to to app App 2. Then tap the “App Control” button to access the app setup options. 3. Tap the “Remove from App” button to remove the thermostat. Remove Remove from from app App 4. Confirm with “√”. 5. A confirmation screen will be displayed briefly. 6. The thermostat will automatically return to the “App Control” menu. Note that the thermostat cannot be removed from the app, untill the connection is interrupted from the thermostat using this menu. *) Only available in WiFi Thermostats > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 61 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Startup Wizard 1/2 3 When the thermostat is powered up for the first time, or after a “Factory Reset” has been performed, the “Startup Wizard” will appear on the screen. This allows you to enter the basic data required by the thermostat in order to operate. 1. Region – set the time region in which the thermostat is located. This parameter is used, for example, to ensure correct use of Daylight Saving Time. Tap the time region you are in. Region 1 Confirm with “√”. Region 2 Region 3 2. Language – set the language to be used on the thermostat display. Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to scroll up and down. Tap the language you prefer. Confirm with “√”. 3. Date – set the current date (is used for several functions). Tap the parameter you want to change. Tap the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the day, month and year. Confirm each setting with “√”. 3 Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 1 Language 1 Language 2 Language 3 1 Language 1 Language 2 Language 3 2 2 Date Date 01 01 02 02 2014 2014 PAGE 62 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 2 Language Language Region Region 1 1 Date Date 1 1 1 2 1 Language Language Region Region 01 01 2 2 2 2 02 02 2014 2014 Language Language Region Region 3 3 3 3 3 3 < < Contents Contents > > Startup Wizard 2/2 4. Time – set the current time. Tap the parameter you want to change. Use the “Up Arrow” or “Down Arrow” button to set the hours and minutes. Confirm each setting with “√”. 5. Floor Type – choose between: Tile: floors made of tile or stone. Soft Floor: wooden or other engineered floors. 6. Confirm your choice with “√”. Tile Tile Soft Soft Floor Floor PAGE 63 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S 5 6 Time 48:12 5 Tile Tile Soft Soft Floor Floor 6 Time 48:12 4 4 Floor Floor Type Type 01 01 02 02 2014 2014 Time Floor Floor Time Type Type 4 4 01 01 48:12 48:12 02 02 2014 2014 AM AM AM 556 6 < < Contents Contents > > AM Factory Settings Preset temperatures: Operating mode Factory preset temperature Scheduled Operation See Preset Schedule* Manual Override 23°C* Comfort Mode 23°C* Boost Mode Max °C ≤ Maximum Limit Holiday Mode 5°C Frost Protection 5°C *You can change the settings for these temperatures to suit your needs – see Operating Modes in this manual. Preset Schedule: Event name Event start Target/setpoint temperature dependent on “Sensor Application” Work days: Floor Room/Floor Limit Wake up 6:00 27°C 20°C Leave home 8:30 5°C 5°C Daytime home* 12:00 27°C 20°C Daytime leave* 13:00 5°C 5°C Come home 16:30 27°C 20°C Go to sleep 22:30 5°C 5°C Home days: Floor Room/Floor Limit Wake up 7:00 27°C 20°C Go to sleep 23:00 5°C 5°C *Only available with 6-event schedule > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 64 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Troubleshooting 1/6 Error messages: If a fault or error occurs, the thermostat will display one of the following error messages: E0: Internal failure. The thermostat is defective. Contact your heating engineer. The thermostat must be replaced. E1: Internal sensor defective or short-circuited. Contact your heating engineer. The thermostat must be replaced. E2: External wired floor sensor disconnected, defective or short-circuited. Contact your heating engineer for reconnection or replacement. E5: Internal overheating. Contact your heating engineer in order to have the installation inspected. • Three circles containing dots are displayed on the screen; the thermostat cannot be operated. The thermostat is in “Child Lock” mode. See the section titled “Child Lock” in this manual for instructions on how to unlock it. PAGE 65 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Internal Internal sensor sensor fault fault (E1) (E1) External External wired wired floor floor sensor sensor fault fault (E2) (E2) Internal Internal overheating. overheating. Heating Heating is is shut shut off off (E5) (E5) Internal Internal External External overheating. overheating. wired wired floor floor Internal Internal Heating Heating sensor sensor sensor sensor is is fault fault shut shut fault fault off off (E5) (E2) (E2) (E5) (E1) (E1) > < < Contents Contents > Troubleshooting 2/6 • Why does a specific function not work in a specific mode? Not all functions are available in all modes or make sense in all modes. Mode vs function Scheduled Operation Manual Boost Comfort Frost tection Pro- Holiday Eco Open Window detection Yes Yes Not available Yes Not available Not available Not available Floor comfort override sensor application Yes Yes Not available Yes Not available Not available Not available Eco Function Changes the home screen to display the Eco button instead of Manual Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 66 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Troubleshooting 3/6 I CAN’T CONNECT TO MY WIRELESS NETWORK* Possible causes Solution Insu cient WiFi signal Try connecting another device, such as your mobile phone, to your wireless network. Stand next to your WiFi Thermostat, and access your phone’s wireless network settings. If the wireless network signal cannot be detected by your phone, or it is very weak, other devices may also have trouble connecting to the network from that area of your home. You may be too far away from your WiFi router, or there may be a problem with it. If you are too far away from your WiFi router, you can purchase a WiFi signal repeater which will improve the range of the WiFi signal in your home for all devices. You cannot connect to the WiFi router even though there is a good signal Some WiFi routers limit the number of wireless devices that can connect to the Internet. To test whether this is the problem, shut down one of the other WiFi-enabled devices in your home. Once that device is completely shut down, try once again to connect your WiFi Thermostat to the network. If the WiFi Thermostat connects successfully, consult the documentation for your access to find out if you can increase the number of simultaneous connections to your WiFi network. Other devices are interfering with the wireless signal Try turning o other wireless devices (Bluetooth, WiFi, wireless phones/cameras) that may cause interference, then test the WiFi Thermostat’s network connection. You have entered the correct SSID and network key, but connection cannot be established. Please check the router manual for additional help on troubleshooting. *) WiFi Thermostats only > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 67 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Troubleshooting 4/6 I CAN’T CONNECT TO MY WIRELESS NETWORK* Possible causes Solution Your WiFi router does not match the technical requirements supported by the Thermostat WiFi- module The WiFi router has to match the technical specifications supported by the Thermostat WiFi-module: • Wireless standard: 802.11 b/g/n • Security Mechanisms: WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK • Encryption: TKIP/AES • Frequency range: 2.412GHz-2.484GHz Please check your router manual to confirm this. Also make sure that no firewalls are blocking the communication from the thermostat to the Internet (port 9513). New item. Your WiFi router has insu cient security With so many home devices now connected to the Internet, we want to make sure that your WiFi Thermostat is connected to a secure network so that hackers cannot gain control of devices in your home. WiFi routers utilize two main types of protective encryption: WEP and WPA. WEP is the original form of encryption and it o ers very little security. Hackers can very easily break into your wireless network if your router is set up for WEP encryption. WEP encryption was replaced with WPA encryption in 1999 and WPA2 in 2006. WPA is a security protocol that makes it much more di cult to break into networks. Your WiFi Thermostat currently supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 encryption. If your router was manufactured after 2003, you should be able to change the setting from WEP to WPA by following the guide in the link: ( tech-faq. com/how-to-change-wep-to-wpa.html). Your WiFi Thermostat can still control your floor heating system without wireless network connection. As the best course of action, OJ Electronics recommends that you upgrade your security settings to properly protect your network from hackers. If that is not possible, contact your network administrator. *) WiFi Thermostats only > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 68 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Troubleshooting 5/6 I CAN’T CONNECT TO MY WIRELESS NETWORK* Possible causes Solution Maybe your WiFi router requires a restart/reboot The problem might be with your router (even if your other wireless devices are still connected). A simple restart of the router will usually resolve such problems. While most routers simply have to be unplugged and then plugged back into their power source to restart them, you should refer to your router’s documentation for specific instructions. Maybe your WiFi router firmware needs to be updated Contact the router manufacturer for instructions on how to update the firmware. Maybe your WiFi Thermostat has to be reset Reset your WiFi Thermostat. For details on how to do this, please consult the “Factory Reset” section in this manual. Note! This action cannot be undone, and all your personal settings will be lost. Maybe your thermostat has lost its WiFi connection In the following situations, you have to reestablish the WiFi Connection from the thermostat: If you have performed a factory reset. If you have changed the settings of your WiFi router, or if you have replaced your WiFi router. *) WiFi Thermostats only > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 69 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Troubleshooting 6/6 I CAN’T CONNECT TO MY WIRELESS NETWORK* Possible causes Solution Show in Home screen Black icon: Connected to server Grey icon: Not connected to server Not connected to WiFi router No icon displayed: No WiFi configuration Shown in WiFi Connection, Manual Connection Black icon: Connected to WiFi router Grey icon: No WiFi router connection No icon displayed: No WiFi configuration *) WiFi Thermostats only > < < Contents Contents > PAGE 70 © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S Contact Data Heat Mat Underfloor Heating Ashwyn Business Centre Marchants Way Burgess Hill West Sussex RH15 8QY Tel: 01444 247020 Fax: 01444 247121 Email: support@heatmat.co.uk or sales@heatmat.co.uk heatmat.co.uk < < Contents Contents The trademark is registered and belongs to OJ Electronics A/S · © 2018 OJ Electronics A/S


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