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«User Guide DEVIreg™ Touch Electronic Intelligent Thermostat DEVIreg™ Touch Table of Contents 1 Introduction............ ...»

User Guide

DEVIreg™ Touch

Electronic Intelligent Thermostat

www.DEVI.com

DEVIreg™ Touch

Table of Contents

1 Introduction............... 4

1.1 Safety Instructions........ 5

2 Settings................. 6

2.1 Setting Temperature....... 7

2.2 Time and Date.......... 8

2.3 Periods with Lowering of Temperature................ 10

2.4 Away............... 18

2.5 Minimum Floor Temperature.. 21

2.6 Restore Default Temperature Settings................ 23

2.7 Safety Lock............ 24

2.8 Frost Protection......... 26

2.9 Energy Consumption...... 29

2.10 Backlight Level.......... 30

2.11 Language............. 31

2.12 Turning the Thermostat On/Off 32 3 Error Messages............. 33 4 Removing Front Part of Thermostat 34 5 Warranty................. 34 6 Disposal Instruction.......... 35 User Guide 3 DEVIreg™ Touch 1 Introduction

DEVIreg™ Touch is an electronic thermostat specially designed for floor heating systems. Among others, the thermostat has the following features:

▪ A touchscreen display with backlight.

▪ An easy-to-follow menu-driven operation.

▪ Energy-saving schedule: A standard or customized timer program including fully flexible day and time pattern that lets you preset the temperature to energy-saving levels, e.g. while you are at work or asleep and with optimum heating start/stop to reach the desired temperature at the right time.

▪ Open window detection that prevents excessive heating at sudden drop of temperature.

▪ Vacation setting: Suspension of normal program schedule for specified periods of time.

▪ Consumption meter.

▪ Quick-access button to features such as frost protection and away function.

4 User Guide DEVIreg™ Touch 1.1 Safety Instructions

Please observe the following guidelines:

▪ Do not cover the thermostat, e.g. by hanging towels or similar items in front of it! This will impair the ability of the thermostat to sense and adjust the room temperature correctly.

▪ Do not spill liquids of any kind into the thermostat.

▪ Do not open, disassemble,or tamper with the thermostat in any way.

▪ If the thermostat is installed in a place frequented by small children, use the safety lock.

▪ Do not interrupt the power supply to the thermostat.

▪ The installation of the thermostat must be done by an authorized and qualified installer according to local regulations.

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When the display is inactive, it shows the actual temperature

measured in the room:

When you activate the display, it shows the temperature that you

want (the one you have set):

If the system is heating, up arrows

will flash to the left of the temperature:

<

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To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

2.3 Periods with Lowering of Temperature You can set the thermostat to keep a constant temperature, or let the thermostat automatically switch between periods with a lower temperature (also called economy temperature) and periods with comfort temperature.

By default, the thermostat is set to the following comfort

periods:

▪ Monday - Friday: 6:00 - 8:00 and 16:00 - 22:30.

▪ Saturday - Sunday: 7:00 - 22:45.

You use the thermostat timer to change the predefined comfort periods and set the comfort and economy temperatures you want. Note: In order to switch between comfort and economy temperatures, the timer function must be activated (ON).

10 User Guide DEVIreg™ Touch The thermostat has a forecast function. When this function is active (i.e. FORECAST is set to ON when you press SETTINGS menu and then OPTIONS), you only need to select the time at which you require comfort and economy temperatures. The thermostat will then calculate when the heating should start in order to reach the desired temperature at the specified time.

How to define comfort and economy periods

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7. Press the and arrows to set the end time of the comfort period. Press to confirm.

8. Repeat Steps 4 to 7 to define the start time and the end time of the second comfort period if you need it.

If not, press the check mark next to the second comfort period in order to deactivate it.

Note: All time intervals outside the defined comfort periods are automatically regarded as economy periods.

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10. Click NO if the comfort periods only apply to the selected day of the week, or click YES to go to a screen where you can select the relevant days. Then press to copy the comfort periods to these days.

11. Repeat Steps 3 to 7 to define comfort periods for other days of the week.

To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.





How to define comfort and economy temperatures

1. Touch the thermostat display to activate it, then press menu.

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To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

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1. Touch the thermostat display to activate it, then press menu.

2. Press TIMER in the upper left corner of the menu. Then press ADJUST SCHEDULE

3. Press the information icon in the bottom right corner of the SELECT DAY screen.

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A graphical overview of the defined comfort periods in a week will now appear.

To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

How to turn the timer function on and off You may for instance want to turn the timer function off temporarily if a short extension of the comfort period is needed.

When the timer is switched off, a hand icon is shown in the upper part of the thermostat display (to illustrate that temperature regulation is done manually).

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How to suspend normal temperature settings for one or more days Whatever temperature you set will be maintained 24 hours a day for the number of days you select. After this number of days have elapsed, the normal temperature settings will resume.

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If you return earlier than expected, you can deactivate the away mode.

1. Touch the thermostat display to activate it. Then press off in the bottom left corner.

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4. Press TEMPERATURE. Then use the and arrows to set the minimum floor temperature. Press to confirm.

To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

The floor temperature is now kept above the specified lower limit.

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To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

–  –  –

The safety lock is used for locking the screen display in order to prevent undesirable changes of the thermostat settings.

How to lock the screen display

1. Touch the thermostat display to activate it, then press menu.

2. Press Settings in the bottom right corner of the menu. Then press OPTIONS.

3. Press SAFETY LOCK. Then press ON. Press to confirm.

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A lock symbol will now appear when you press the display.

How to unlock the screen display

1. Press the button on the side of the thermostat.

2. Press to unlock the screen display.

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Frost protection is used for maintaining a certain minimum temperature to ensure frost control (5°C by default).

How to activate frost protection

1. Press the button on the side of the thermostat.

2. Press FROST PROTECTION.

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A frost symbol will now appear on the display.

How to turn frost protection off

1. Touch the thermostat display to activate it. Then press off in the bottom left corner.

How to set the frost protection temperature

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2. Press SETTINGS in the bottom right corner of the menu.

Then press INSTALLATION and MANUAL SETUP.

3. Use the arrows in the right side of the screen to go to FROST TEMP., and press to select it. Then use the and arrows to set the frost protection temperature. Press to confirm.

To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

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3. Press Consumption. Then press the period for which you want to see the energy consumption: last 7 days, last 30 days or total consumption since installation of thermostat.

To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

–  –  –

3. Use the arrows in the right side of the screen to go to DIM LEVEL, and press to select it. Then press DIM to reduce backlight or OFF to turn backlight off. Press to confirm.

To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

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To return to the normal temperature display, press the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen until you get to the main menu, then press.

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4 Removing Front Part of Thermostat When painting, wallpapering or other projects are planned, you can remove the front part of the thermostat from the mounting base.

Important: Do NOT press on the display screen when removing the front part nor when clicking it back in place.

Press your fingers under the side of the front part and pull

toward you:

To reinstall the thermostat, click it back in place.

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Danfoss A/S Electric Heating Systems Ulvehavevej 61 7100 Vejle Denmark Phone: +45 7488 8500 Fax: +45 7488 8501 E-mail: EH@DEVI.com www.DEVI.com Danfoss can accept no responsibility for possible errors in catalogues, brochures and other printed material. Danfoss reserves the right to alter its products without notice. This also applies to products already on order provided that such alterations can be made without subsequential changes being necessary in specifications already agreed. All trademarks in this material are property of the respective companies. DEVI and the DEVI logotype are trademarks of Danfoss A/S. All rights reserved.



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