Watts BT-DPRF-02

Watts BT-DPRF-02 Bedienungsanleitung

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  • PPLIMW15175Ba
    BT-DPRF-02
    IMPORTANT!
    Before starting work the installer should carefully read this
    Installation & Operation Manual, and make sure all instructions
    contained therein are understood and observed.
    - The thermostat should be mounted, operated and maintained
    by specially trained personnel only. Personnel in the course of
    training are only allowed to handle the product under the
    supervision of an experienced fitter. Subject to observation of
    the above terms, the manufacture shall assume the liability for
    the equipment as provided by legal stipulations.
    - All instructions in this Installation & Operation manual should
    be observed when working with the controller. Any other
    application shall not comply with the regulations. The
    manufacturer shall not be liable in case of incompetent use of
    the control. Any modifications and amendments are not allowed
    for safety reasons.
    The maintenance may be performed by service shops
    approved by the manufacturer only.
    - The functionality of the controller depends on the model and
    equipment. This installation leaflet is part of the product and
    has to be obtained.
    APPLICATION
    - The thermostats range “BT-DPRF-02” has been developed to
    control and manage all type of Electrical heating system or
    materials.
    - The controllers have been designed for use in residential
    rooms and industrial facilities.
    Verify that the installation complies with existing regulations
    before operation to ensure proper use of the installation.
    Please find the Watts Vision system configuration
    documentation on: http://www.wattselectronics.com
    Table des matières
    1 Presentation
    1.1 Keyboard
    1.2 LED & Display
    2 First installation
    2.1 Batteries installation
    2.2 Time and Date adjustment
    2.3 RF installation
    2.4 Starting
    3 Working mode definition
    3.1 Manual mode Comfort
    3.2 Manual mode ECO
    3.3 OFF mode
    3.4 Automatic mode
    3.5 Program mode
    3.6 Holiday mode
    3.7 Timer mode
    3.8 Reversible mode
    4 Special functions
    4.1 Key lock
    4.2 Open window function
    4.3 Humidity measurement (*)
    4.4 Visualization
    5 Parameter's menu
    6 Technical characteristics
    7 Troubleshooting & Solution
    8 Advanced Installer's parameter menu
    1. Presentation
    Electronic programmable thermostat with LCD display specially
    designed to control different type of heating systems.
    It will be your best partner to optimize your energy consumption
    and increase your comfort.
    - Modern design with soft touch material
    - Wireless Bidirectional communication 868 MHz
    - “Easy program creation” function
    - Weekly programmable by step of 30min
    - Temporary override function
    - Holiday or Reception function
    - EEPROM nonvolatile memory
    - 2 AAA batteries
    - 2 parameter menus (User and Installer)
    - Humidity measurement (*)
    In option
    External sensor with several possibilities of regulation. (Floor,
    combined…)
    1.1. Keyboard
    Left Navigation key (◄)
    Right navigation key (►)
    Escape key ( )
    Edition key ( )
    1.2. LED & Display
    LED Color when backlight is lit up:
    Red Fix: Heating demand (**)
    Green Fix: Cooling demand (**)
    Green flash: validation is required
    Red flash: Error on sensor or batteries
    1: Current day of the week (1=Monday,...)
    2: Operating mode menu (active mode is framed).
    3: Program number or parameter number if “4” is
    displayed.
    4: Installation Parameter menu.
    5: RF transmission logo.
    6: Type of sensor used and temperature displayed.
    Regulation => Internal sensor.
    Regulation => Floor sensor.
    (Only available with receiver)
    Regulation => Internal sensor with Floor
    limitation.(Only available with receiver)
    Regulation => outside temperature measured by external
    sensor (connected on the back of thermostat)
    Humidity value
    7: Low batteries indicator
    8: °C or °F unit indicator
    9: Setting or measured temperature if “6” is displayed.
    Parameter value if “4” is displayed.
    10: Cooling demand indication (**)
    11: Heating demand indication (**)
    12: Temporary override function activated
    13: Time or parameter title if “4” is displayed
    14: Program of the current day (the current time bar blinks)
    15: Pictogram for program creation, program state in normal
    operating mode.
    16: Key lock indicator.
    2. First Installation
    This section will guide you to set up your thermostat for the first
    time.
    2.1. Batteries installation
    - Open the two side’s covers and Insert the 2 AAA Alkaline
    supplied batteries (or remove the small protection sticker if the
    batteries are already installed in the compartment)
    - Close the two side’s covers
    - Now your thermostat will propose you to adjust the current
    time and date
    2.2. Time and Date adjustment
    Each time a value blinks, you can adjust it with the (-) and (+)
    keys, once the value is chosen, validate it with the (OK) key.
    The thermostat will jump automatically to the next value.
    Remark: you can always come back to the previous value by
    pressing the escape key ( ).
    List order of the time and date adjustments:
    Time and day:
    Adjustment of the hours,
    Adjustment of the minutes
    Adjustment of the day (1 = Monday)
    Date:
    Adjustment of the day number
    Adjustment of the month number (01 to 12)
    Adjustment of the year
    Then the message Save and blinking green LED appears,
    press (OK) to validate the adjusted time and date.
    You can always reach the time and date adjustments, by
    pressing and maintaining the edition ( ) key during 2 seconds
    in normal operating modes.
    Remark: when a central (BT-CT02) is linked to your
    installation, thermostat will use the Time set in the Central
    2.3. RF installation
    Please have a look at the list of all receivers compatible with
    this thermostat in Technical Characteristics section.
    2.3.1. With receivers
    - First of all to configure your thermostat with the receiver, you
    must put your receiver in « RF init » mode (refer to the receiver
    leaflet, only the RF receiver of the same range are
    compatibles).
    - Now on the thermostat press and maintain the edition key
    ( ) during 5s, then the parameter « RF ini » must be
    display.
    The thermostat will send now the radio configuration signal to
    the receiver.
    - After few seconds the thermostat and receiver should exit by
    their self the RF init mode, this is the normal procedure to
    confirm a correct pairing.
    - Now you can check the RF distance, go to the room which
    must be regulated. Put your thermostat on the final position (On
    the wall or table...), then put the thermostat in Comfort mode
    (setting temperature position 37°C). Close the door and go to
    the receiver to check if the new status of the thermostat has
    received.
    - Now return to the thermostat and switch off it. Check on the
    receiver again if it’s also switched off.
    If the RF signals were received correctly, adjust your setting
    temperature as you want.
    If the RF signals weren’t received correctly, check the
    installation (Receiver position, distance...) or restart the RF init
    rules to be sure.
    Remark: To make the installation easier, it will be better to
    have the thermostat near to the receiver during the
    configuration mode. (A minimal distance of 1 meter must be
    respected)
    2.3.2. Case of Central (BT-CT02)
    Procedure is the same as in 2.3.1 but link is done with central
    (BT-CT02). At this moment, Central creates a new zone.
    2.4. Starting
    The thermostat is now ready to work. The default working
    mode is Manual Comfort
    At any time, when the backlight is extinct, press the (OK)
    key to lit-up the backlight.
    3. Working mode definition
    Your thermostat has several different working modes to allow
    you to adjust your unit according to your life habitudes.
    To change the working mode,
    open the small center cover to
    have access to the navigation
    keys (◄) or (►). Move the frame
    cursor on the desired working
    mode and press (OK) to enter in
    the operating mode you have
    chosen.
    3.1. Manual mode Confort
    Manual working mode, the comfort setting temperature will be
    followed all the time.
    By pressing (-) or (+) keys, the comfort setting temperature
    starts to blink and can be adjusted.
    3.2. Manual mode ECO
    Manual working mode, the reduced setting temperature will be
    followed all the time.
    By pressing (-) or (+) keys, the reduced setting temperature
    starts to blink and can be adjusted.
    Remark: In cooling mode, Reduced mode acts like the OFF
    mode (system is stopped)
    3.3. OFF mode
    Use this mode if you need to switch off your installation.
    Be Careful: In this mode your installation can freeze.
    At any time, when display is off, press on the (Ok) key to
    display a few seconds the current temperature and time.
    Remark: To restart your installation, use the navigation keys
    (◄) or (►).
    3.4. Automatic mode
    In this mode the thermostat will follow the chosen program
    (Built-in or customized) according to the actual time and the
    Comfort and Reduced setting temperatures.
    By default, mode automatic
    follows the standard built-in
    program “P1”:
    Monday to Friday
    Saturday and Sunday
    Note:
    You can customise your program. See the next part Working
    mode definition” chapter “Program” for more explanation.
    You can easily override temporarily the current program by
    pressing (-) or (+). The thermostat jumps to Timer mode in
    which you select a setpoint and a time. The thermostat returns
    automatically to the Automatic mode at the end of the time.
    3.5. Program mode
    When you enter in the Program mode, the first operation is to
    choose the program number with (-) or (+) keys.
    You can choose between a built-in program P1 to P9 or a user
    program U1 to U4.
    If you chose a Built-in program P1 to P9,
    You can only see and chose the program.
    P1: Morning, Evening & Weekend
    P2: Morning, Midday, Evening & Weekend
    P3: Day & Weekend
    P4: Evening & Weekend
    P5: Morning, Evening (Bathroom)
    P6: Morning, afternoon & Weekend
    P7: 7H – 19H (Office)
    P8: 8H – 19H & Saturday (Shop)
    P9: Weekend (Secondary house)
    - Use the navigation keys (◄) or (►) to view other days of the
    program.
    - Press the (OK) key to confirm your choice and come back to
    the main screen (in AUTO mode)
    If you chose a user program U1 to U4, you can also customise
    it.
    Default setting:
    U1, U2, U3, U4 = ECO all week
    - Press on the edition key ( )to customise a user program.
    Symbols and explanation for program creation:
    First step of the day ( Comfort temp.)
    The wakeup hour need to be adjusted.
    Middle step of the day ( Reduced temp.)
    The leaving hour need to be adjusted
    Middle step of the day (
    Comfort temp.)
    The comeback hour will need to be adjusted
    Last step of the day ( Reduced temp.)
    The sleeping hour need to be adjusted
    - The program step is 30 minutes
    - Each time a value or icon blinks you are invited to make a
    choice with (-) or (+) keys, once the choice is made press the
    (OK) key to jump to the following step.
    - The program creation will always start with the day 1
    (Monday).
    Once you have pressed the ( ) key, the following display will
    appear:
    Now you are invited to adjust the hour of the first step of the
    program with (-) or (+),
    Press (OK) to validate and go to the following step.
    Now you are invited to choose the type of the next step of the
    program (blinking icons). Two choices will be possible:
    - 1
    st
    choice is to choose the sleep icon. (End of the day)
    - 2
    nd
    choice is to choose the leaving icon, to add one step to the
    program during the day.
    When the choice is made, press (OK) to validate. Then you can
    adjust the step hour with (-) or (+),
    When step hour is set press (OK) to jump to the next step.
    You will be directly invited to adjust with (-) or (+) the hour of
    the comeback step.
    Press (OK) to validate and go to the following step.
    You are again invited to choose the type of the next step of the
    program (blinking icons), two choices will be possible:
    - 1
    st
    choice is to choose the sleep icons. (End of the day)
    - 2
    nd
    choice is to choose the leaving icons, to add another step
    to the program during the day.
    When the choice is made, press (OK) to valid and you can
    adjust the hour of this step with (-) or (+),
    Press (OK) to validate and finish the edition of the first day.
    Now you can choose to copy the program day just created to
    subsequent days
    Change the choice Yes or no with (-) or (+) and validate
    your choice with (OK).
    - If you select no”, you will be invited to create a program for
    Tuesday (repeat the previous method to build it.)
    - If you select Yes”, you will have the possibility to copy the
    program to the following day (on Tuesday on Wednesday... up
    to the last day of the week (7=Sunday).
    When you press (OK) on the last day (7=Sunday) you will be
    invited to “SAVE” your program.
    Then the message “Save” and blinking green LED appears:
    Press (OK) key to save your program and return to AUTO
    operating mode following your user program.
    Press the escape key ( )to erase your user program
    changes and come back to operating mode.
    Remark: when a central is linked to your installation, program
    is done on the Central.
    3.6. Holiday mode
    The Holiday mode allows you to set the anti-freeze temperature
    for a selected number of days
    You can adjust, the duration in day d with (-) or (+), press
    (OK) to start (Adjustable 1 to 44 days).
    The anti-freeze setting temperature is fixed and can be
    adjusted in the parameter menu number 06 HG, refer to
    chapter 5.
    The
    logo will blink and the number of days left is displayed
    until the end of the period.
    If you want to stop the Holiday function before the end, set
    the duration period to “no” with (-) key.
    Remarks:
    - In cooling mode, this mode acts like an OFF mode
    - When a central is linked to your installation, this mode is
    permanent (or set directly via the Central BT-CT02)
    3.7. Timer mode
    The Timer mode allows you to adjust, the temperature for a
    special time. After this time, thermostat will go to older current
    mode.
    - You can first adjust, the duration in hours “H” if below 24H,
    then in day d with (-) or (+), press (OK) to validate.
    (Adjustable 1 Hour to 44 days)
    GB
    Current
    stage of the
    program
    Program
    followed
    Currrent

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