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3 Table of Contents Product Image 1 Locking/Unlocking the SmartStat Table of Contents 2 Standby/Away Mode Mode What is a Programmable Room Thermostat? Installation Procedure Mode Select / Factory Reset WiFi Setup - Automatic WiFi Pairing Setup with - Manual SmartStat App Pairing with the SmartApp Power ON/OFF Holiday Programming Optional Features Re-calibrating the Thermostat Error Codes Thermostat Profiles Mode Wiring Diagram Thermostat Mode Wiring Diagram Mode 1 - Thermostat LCD Display Temperature Display Setting the Time & Date Setting the Comfort Levels Setting the Temperature Temperature Hold Mode 2 - Time Clock LCD Display Setting the Switching Times Timer Boost Optional Features Optional Features Table Time Clock Mode Wiring Diagrams

4 What is a Programmable Room Thermostat? A programmable room thermostat is both a programmer and a room thermostat. A programmer allows you to set On and Off periods to suit your own lifestyle. A room thermostat works by sensing the air temperature, switching on the heating when the air temperature falls below the thermostat setting, and switching it off once this set temperature has been reached. So a programmable room thermostat lets you choose what times you want the heating to be on, and what temperature it should reach while it is on. It will allow you to select different temperatures in your home at different times of the day (and days of the week) to meet your particular needs and preferences. Setting a programmable room thermostat to a higher temperature will not make the room heat up any faster. How quickly the room heats up depends on the design and size of the heating system. Similarly reducing the temperature setting does not affect how quickly the room cools down. Setting a programmable room thermostat to a lower temperature will result in the room being controlled at a lower temperature, and saves energy. 3

5 The way to set and use your programmable room thermostat is to find the lowest temperature settings that you are comfortable with at the different times you have chosen, and then leave it alone to do its job. The best way to do this is to set the room thermostat to to a a low temperature say say 18 C and then turn it up by 1 C each day until you you are are comfortable with with the the temperature. You won t have to adjust the thermostat further. Any adjustment above this setting will waste energy and cost you more money. You are able to temporarily adjust the heating program by overriding or using the temperature hold feature. These features are explained further on pages and of this manual. Programmable room thermostats need a free flow of air to sense the temperature, so they must not be covered by curtains or blocked by furniture. Nearby electric fires, televisions, wall or table lamps may also prevent the thermostat from working properly. 4

6 Installation Procedure Do Mount the SmartStat at eye level. Read the instructions fully so you get the best from our product. Don t Do not install near to a direct heat source as this will affect functionality. Do not push hard on the LCD screen as this may cause irreparable damage. This SmartStat is designed to be flush mounted and requires a back box of 35mm (minimum depth) to be sunk into the wall prior to installation. Step 1 Using a small screwdriver, slightly loosen the screw from the bottom face of the SmartStat. You can then carefully separate the front half from the back plate. Step 2 Place the SmartStat front somewhere safe. Terminate the SmartStat as shown in in the diagrams on on pages of of this this booklet. Note: For time clock wiring connections, terminate as shown on pages Step 3 Screw the SmartStat back plate securely into the back box. Step 4 Clip the front of the SmartStat onto the back plate, securing it in place with the retaining screw. 5

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8 Mode Select / Factory Reset This SmartStat can either be used as a thermostat or a time clock. Thermostat This SmartStat mode can is the either default be used setting. as a thermostat or a time clock. Thermostat mode is the default setting. To reset the device to factory default settings or change between thermostat / time To clock change modes, between follow thermostat these steps. & time clock modes, follow these steps. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Setup... Press and hold the Tick key for 5 seconds... Use the Up / Down keys to scroll between modes... Press the Tick key to confirm selection... The SmartStat will reset all parameters and restart in the selected mode. Note: The Factory SmartStat reset will reset cancel all all parameters and that restart were entered in the selected during the mode. set-up and pairing operations. These processes must be repeated after factory reset is completed. Note: The Mode Select function will reset all parameters that were entered during the set-up and pairing operations. These processes must be repeated after the restart has completed. 7

9 Thermostat Mode Select mode Time Restart Clock Screen Mode Thermostat Mode Select mode Time Restart Clock Screen Mode 8

10 WiFi Setup - Automatic To connect To connect the the SmartStat with with the the WiFi WiFi network follow follow these these steps. steps. Use Use the the Left // Right keys to scroll to Setup and press Tick Tick... Use Use the the Up/Down arrow keys key to to scroll to to WiFi Setup and press Tick... Use the Up / Down keys to scroll to Scan Available Networks... Automatic Setup (if the SSID is visible): Press the Tick key... Use the Up / Down keys to scroll to Scan Available Networks... The SmartStat will scan and list all available WiFi networks. Press the Tick key... Use the Up / Down keys to select a network... The SmartStat will scan and list all available networks. Press the Tick key... Use the Up / Down keys to select a network... Using the Arrow keys to navigate and the Tick key to select, Press the Tick key... enter the network key using the keypad... Using the Arrow keys to navigate and the Tick key to Once the network key has been entered, use the arrow keys select, enter the network key using the keypad... and navigate to Join'... Using the Down key, navigate to Join... Press the Tick key to confirm... Press the Tick key to confirm... The SmartStat will then connect to the chosen WiFi network. During this process the WiFi The icon and SmartStat Connecting will attempt will be displayed. to connect If successful to the network. a Tick symbol will be displayed During next to the this network process name, the the WiFi SmartStat icon and will Attempting then return to the Connect main display. will be displayed. * Note: To join a closed/hidden WiFi network, within WiFi Setup, use the up/down keys to scroll to If successful Tick will be displayed next to the network name. Other. Here you can manually enter the SSID, security type and security key then select Join. 9

11 Pairing with SmartStat App Download the FREE Heatmiser SmartStat App from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store or Amazon App Store. Open the SmartStat App, create your account & login Press Add Location Enter a name for your location, for example Home Select the correct time zone for your location, for example GMT then press Submit Once the location has been created, now add your SmartStats to the location. Select 1. WiFi Add Setup Zone and Menu enter the first zone title, for 2. List example of Networks Living Room, press Add Zone' On the SmartStat, use the Left / Right keys to scroll to setup and press Tick... Pairing with App will be highlighted in the menu, press the Tick key to start pairing... Both the App & the SmartStat will display a green tick symbol once pairing is successful Note: To pair more SmartStats to the location, select Add Zone within the Manage Zones section and repeat the steps above. 3. Network Key Entry 4. Connecting 10

12 Mode WiFi Setup 1 - Thermostat - Manual To connect the SmartStat with the WiFi network follow these steps. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Setup and press Tick... Use the Up/Down keys to scroll to WiFi Setup and press Tick... Manual Setup (if the SSID is not visible): Use the Up / Down keys to scroll to Other... Press the Tick Key... Using the Up / Down keys scroll to SSID and press Tick... Using the Arrow keys to navigate and the Tick key to select, enter the SSID name using the keypad... To confirm, scroll down to the return icon and press Tick... Using the Up / Down keys scroll to Key Type and press Tick... Using the Up / Down keys select the Key Type and Press Tick... Using the Up / Down keys scroll to Key and press Tick... Using the Arrow keys to navigate and the Tick key to select, enter the security key using the keypad... To confirm, scroll down to the return icon and press Tick... Use the Down/Left/Right keys to scroll to Join... Press the Tick key to confirm... 11

13 1 2 The SmartStat will attempt to connect to the network. During this process the WiFi icon and Attempting to Connect will be displayed. If successful a Tick will be displayed next to the network name WiFi Manual Setup Menu 2. SSID Name Entry Key Type Selection 4. Network Key Entry 9 12

14 Pairing Main Display with SmartStat App To pair the SmartStat with the App, follow these steps. 1. Day Indicator - Displays the day of the week. Download the FREE Heatmiser SmartStat App from the Apple App Store, 2. Google Clock - Time Play Store, displayed Amazon in 24 hour App format. Store or Windows Phone App Store and 3. register Temperature an account. Format Degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. 4. Open WiFi Indicator the SmartStat - Displayed App when and create connected your to account. a WiFi network. 5. Press Flame Add Symbol Location. Displayed when the thermostat is calling for heat and Enter flashes a name when optimum for your location start is active. and press Add location 6. You Frost now Protection have two Displayed minutes when to pair Away/Standby the SmartStat. modes are active. 7. On Holiday the SmartStat, Displayed use when the the Left thermostat / Right keys is in to holiday scroll to mode. setup 8. and Floor press Limit Tick Symbol... Displayed when the floor probe has reached the floor Pairing temperature with limit App configured will be highlighted in the setup in the menu. menu, press the Tick 9. key Main to Menu start pairing... Highlighted display indicates selected option. 10. Once Floor/Room the SmartStat Temp Indicates successfully the current pairs; press sensor finish mode. on the SmartStat App. Press the Tick key on the SmartStat to complete pairing Temperature Displays the current sensor temperature. 12. Keypad Lock Indicator Displayed when the keypad is locked. 13

15 Mode Temperature 1 - Thermostat Display This SmartStat can be configured for different sensor options such as built in air sensor, floor sensor or both. The display will clearly indicate which sensor is being used by showing either Room Temperature or Floor Temperature under the actual value. Room Temperature Floor Temperature When the SmartStat is set to use both the air & the floor sensor, the room temperature will be displayed by default. To view the current floor temperature, press and hold the Left and Right arrow keys for 5 seconds, the floor temperature will then be displayed

16 Setting the Time and Date Note: When the SmartStat is paired with the app, the time & date settings are automatically synchronised according to the location s time zone setting. To set the clock, follow these steps. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Clock... Press Tick to confirm selection... Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between Day/Month/Year values... Use the Up / Down keys to set the Day/Month/Year values... Press Tick to confirm selections and progress to Time... Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between hours and minutes... Use the Up / Down keys to set the hours/minutes values... Press Tick to confirm selection and return to the main display Setting the date 9 Setting the time 15

17 Comfort Main Display Levels Explained The SmartStat offers three program mode options; Weekday/Weekend programming, 7 1. Day programming Day Indicator and - Displays 24 Hour the programming. day of the week. You 2. also Clock have - the Time option displayed to use in the 24 SmartStat hour format. in Non-Programmable mode. The 3. SmartStat Temperature is supplied Format with Degrees comfort levels Celsius already or Fahrenheit. programmed, but these can be changed 4. WiFi easily. Indicator The default - Displayed times and when temperature connected settings to a WiFi are; network. 08: C Flame (Wake) Symbol 09:30 Displayed - 16 C (Leave) when the 16:30 thermostat - 22 C (Return) is calling for 23:00 heat - 17 C and (Sleep) flashes when optimum start is active. For 6. Weekday/Weekend Away Symbol programming, Displayed when the four Away comfort mode levels is active. are the same for Mon-Fri, but can be 7. different Holiday for Sat-Sun. Displayed For 7 Day when programming the thermostat each is day in holiday of the week mode. can have four different comfort 8. Floor levels. Limit In 24 Symbol Hour mode Displayed all days are when programmed the floor with probe the has same reached comfort the levels. floor To program temperature the comfort limit configured levels, use the in the Left setup / Right menu. keys to scroll to Edit Press Main Tick to Menu confirm Highlighted selection... display indicates selected option. 10. Floor/Room Temp Indicates the current sensor mode. Use the Up / Down keys to select day / period of week Temperature Displays the current sensor temperature. Press Tick to confirm selection Keypad Lock Indicator Displayed when the keypad is locked. Wake will now be highlighted and the current time and temperature settings shown. Press Tick to alter Wake settings... Use the Up / Down keys to set the time... 16

18 Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between hours and minutes... Temperature Display Press Tick to confirm... Use the Up / Down keys to set the temperature... This SmartStat can be configured for different sensor options such as built in air sensor, Press Tick to confirm the settings... floor sensor or both. The display will clearly indicate which sensor is being used by showing Press either Right Room arrow Temperature key... or Floor Temperature under the actual value. Leave will now be highlighted and the current settings will be displayed. Press Tick to alter the Leave settings... Repeat these steps to set all comfort levels. To blank or set a comfort level period to unused, first select the comfort level then press and hold the tick key for 5 seconds. 'Level unused' will appear in the corner of the display... When complete use the Right key to scroll to Done and press Tick... Program Mode Room Temperature Set Time Floor Temperature Set Temperature When the SmartStat is set to use both the air & the floor sensor, the room temperature will be displayed by default. To view the current floor temperature, press and hold the Left and Right arrow keys Comfort for 5 seconds, Level the floor temperature will then be displayed.... Done 17

19 Setting Temperature the Time Control and Date The Up / Down keys allow you to adjust the current set temperature... To set the clock, follow these steps. When Use you the press Left either / Right of keys these to keys, scroll you to Clock will see... the Set Temperature and the desired temperature value. Press Tick to confirm selection... Use the Up / Down keys to adjust the set value... Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between Day/Month/Year values... Press Tick to confirm settings... Use the Up / Down keys to set the Day/Month/Year values... Press Tick to confirm selections and progress to Time... Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between hours and minutes... Use the Up / Down keys to set the hours/minutes values... Press Tick to confirm selection and return to the main display... Set Temperature Note: This new temperature is maintained only until the next programmed comfort level. At this time, the thermostat will revert back to the programmed levels. Setting the date Setting the time 18

20 Temperature Comfort Levels Hold Explained The The temperature SmartStat offers hold three function program allows mode you to options; manually Weekday/Weekend override the current programming, operating program 7 Day programming and set a different and 24 temperature Hour programming. for a desired period. You also Use have the Left the / option Right keys to use to the scroll SmartStat to Hold in and Non-Programmable press Tick... mode. The SmartStat Use the Up is supplied / Down keys with to comfort set the levels desired already Hold time programmed,... but these can be changed easily. The default times and temperature settings are; Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between hours and minutes... 08:00 Press - 21 C Tick (Wake) to confirm 09:30 selection - 16 C (Leave)... 16:30-22 C (Return) 23:00-17 C (Sleep) For Weekday/Weekend Use the Up / Down programming, keys to set the desired four comfort Hold temperature levels are the same... for Mon-Fri, but can be different Press Tick for Sat-Sun. to confirm For selection 7 Day programming... each day of the week can have four different comfort levels. In 24 Hour mode all days are programmed with the same comfort levels. You will see the HOLD LEFT indication is displayed on screen. The time To program will countdown the comfort the set levels, duration use the and Left then / Right revert keys to the to scroll normal to program. Edit... Press Tick to confirm selection... Use the Up / Down keys to select day / period of week... Press Tick to confirm selection... HOLD LEFT Indicator and Wake will now be highlighted and the current hold time time and remaining temperature settings shown. Press Tick to alter Wake settings... Use the Up / Down keys to set the time... To cancel a temperature Hold, repeat these steps but reduce the Hold time to 00:00 hrs 19

21 Locking the SmartStat Use the Left / Right keys to scroll between hours and minutes... Press Tick to confirm... The SmartStat has a keypad lock facility. To activate the lock follow these steps. Use the Up / Down keys to set the temperature... Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Hold & press Tick for 5 seconds... Press Tick to confirm the settings... The display will show 0000 and you will need to enter a four digit pin number. Press the Right arrow key... Use the Up / Down keys to enter values... Leave will now be highlighted and the current settings will be displayed. Use the Left / Right keys to move between digits... Press Tick to alter the Leave settings... Press Tick to confirm... Repeat these steps to set all comfort levels. The display will return to the main screen and display the keypad lock indicator... To deactivate a period hold Tick for 5 seconds... To enable keylock in time clock mode, select Boost, press & hold tick for 5 seconds. When complete use the Right key to scroll to Done and press Tick... Note: The keypad lock indicator is only displayed when the lock is active. Unlocking the SmartStat Program Mode Set Time To unlock the SmartStat press Tick once. The display will show **** and you will need to enter Set Temperature the four digit pin number you set previously. Use the Up / Down keys to enter values... Use the Left / Right keys to move between digits... Press Tick to confirm... The Comfort display will Level unlock and return to the main screen. Done 20

22 Standby/Away Temperature Control Mode The Up / Down keys allow you to adjust the current set temperature... Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to the Power Icon... When you press either of these keys, you will see the Set Temperature and The Frost Protection Symbol will toggle ON/OFF each time Tick is pressed... the desired temperature value. In Use this the mode, Up / the Down SmartStat keys to will adjust only the turn set the value heating... ON should the room temperature drop below the set Away Temperature. This is configured in the setup menu. Press Tick to confirm settings... If the heating is turned ON whilst in Standby/Away Mode, the Flame symbol will be displayed. To cancel the Standby/Away Mode, navigate to the Power button and press Tick... Set Temperature Note: Away & standby modes both mean the SmartStat is maintaining Frost a lower temperature to Protection give frost protection. Symbol Away is global meaning all zones on the system, Standby is used for individual zones. Note: This new temperature is maintained only until the next programmed comfort level. At this time, the thermostat will revert back to the programmed levels. 21

23 Temperature Power On/Off Hold The temperature heating is indicated hold function ON when allows the you Flame to manually Icon is displayed. override the current operating program and set a different temperature for a desired period. When the Flame Icon is absent, there is no requirement for heating to achieve the set temperature Use the but Left the / Right SmartStat keys to remains scroll to active. Hold and press Tick... To turn Use the the SmartStat Up / Down off keys completely, to set the scroll desired to the Hold Power time Icon... and hold the Tick Use key the for Left approximately / Right keys to 4 seconds scroll between until the hours display and goes minutes blank... The display Press Tick and to heating confirm output selection will... be turned OFF. To turn Use the the SmartStat Up / Down back keys ON, to press set the the desired Tick key Hold once temperature... Press Tick to confirm selection... SmartStat completely OFF SmartStat powered ON You will see the HOLD LEFT indication is displayed on screen. The time will countdown the set duration and then revert to the normal program. HOLD LEFT Indicator and hold time remaining To cancel a temperature Hold, repeat these steps but reduce the Hold time to 00:00 hrs 22

24 Locking Holidaythe SmartStat The In time SmartStat clock mode; has a keypad the timed lock output facility. will To be activate turned the off lock during follow the these holiday steps. period, then return Use the to Left the / programmed Right keys to settings scroll to once Hold the & press holiday Tick period for 5 seconds finishes.... In thermostat mode; the holiday function reduces the set temperature in your home The display will show 0000 and you will need to enter a four digit pin number. to the Away mode temperature setting that is configured in the setup menu. Use the Up / Down keys to enter values... The SmartStat will maintain this temperature for the duration of the holiday and will Use the Left / Right keys to move between digits... then automatically return to the program mode on your return. Press Tick to confirm... Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Holiday and press Tick... The display will return to the main screen and display the keypad lock indicator... Using the Up / Down keys enter the number of days holiday... To enable keylock in time clock mode, select Boost, press & hold tick for 5 seconds. Press Tick to confirm settings... Note: The keypad lock indicator is only displayed when the lock is active. Unlocking the SmartStat To cancel the holiday, repeat these steps but reduce the Holiday duration to 00 days. To Note: unlock A holiday the SmartStat period does press not Tick start once. until The 00:00 display the next will day. show For **** example, and you if you will set need a to enter holiday the period four digit on Friday pin number for 2 days, you Saturday set previously. will be counted as the first day and the thermostat Use the will Up revert / Down back keys to the to programmed enter values... schedule at 00:00 on Monday. Use the Left / Right keys to move between digits... Press Tick to confirm... The display will unlock and return to the main screen. 23

25 Away Optional Mode Features Explained THE FOLLOWING SETTINGS ARE OPTIONAL AND IN MOST CASES Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to the Power Icon... NEED NOT BE ADJUSTED. The Away symbol will toggle ON/OFF each time Tick is pressed... Pairing With the App: This function is used to pair the SmartStat to the SmartStat App. In WiFi this Set-Up: mode, the This SmartStat function is will used only to connect turn the the heating SmartStat ON should with the the WiFi room network. temperature drop below the set Away Temperature. This is configured in the setup menu. If Switching the heating Differential: is turned ON This whilst function in Away allows Mode, you to the increase Flame the symbol switching will be differential displayed. of the thermostat. The default is 0.5 C which means that with a set temperature of 20 C, the To thermostat cancel the will Away switch Mode, the navigate heating on to at the 19.5 C Power and button off at and 20.0 C. press With Tick a 1 C... differential, the heating will switch on at 19.0 C and off at 20.0 C. Away Temperature: This is the temperature maintained when the thermostat is in Away Mode. The range is 7-17 C. The default is 12 C and is suitable for most applications. Output Delay: To prevent rapid switching, an output delay can be entered. This can be set from minutes. The default is 00 which means there is no delay. Temperature Away Symbol Up/Down Limit: This function allows you to limit the use of the up and down temperature arrow keys. This limit is also applicable when the thermostat is locked and so allows you to give others limited control over the heating system. Sensor Selection: On this SmartStat, you can select which sensor should be used. You can select between air temperature only, floor temperature, or both. When you enable both sensors, the floor sensor is used as a floor limiting sensor and is designed to prevent the floor from overheating. 24

26 Power On/Off Floor Temp Limit: This function is available when the floor sensor is enabled. You can set a floor limiting temperature between C (27 C is the default setting). The Note: heating Air Sensor is indicated only MUST ON NOT when be the used Flame to control Icon electric is displayed. underfloor heating. Floor Sensor or Both should be used. When the Flame Icon is absent, there is no requirement for heating to achieve the set temperature Optimum Start: but the Optimum SmartStat start remains will delay active. the start up of the heating system to the latest possible moment to avoid unnecessary heating and ensure the building is To turn the SmartStat off completely, scroll to the Power Icon and hold warm at the programmed time. The SmartStat uses the rate of change information the Tick key for approximately 4 seconds until the display goes blank... to calculate how long the heating needs to raise the building temperature 1 C (with The a rate display of change and heating of 20, the output SmartStat will be has turned calculated OFF. the heating needs 20 minutes to To raise turn the the building SmartStat temperature back ON, press 1 C) and the Tick starts key the once heating... accordingly. Rate of Change: Number of minutes for 1 C temperature rise. SmartStat completely OFF SmartStat powered ON Program Mode: The SmartStat offers three programming modes and the option of configuring it to work as a non-programmable thermostat. Weekday/ Weekend - allows you to program 4 comfort levels for the weekday and 4 different comfort levels for the weekend. 7 Day Program Mode - Each day has 4 comfort levels that can be programmed independently. 24 Hour Mode - All days are programmed the same and repeat continuously. Temperature Format: This function is used to select between C and F. Ambient Light Dimming: When this function is enabled, the light sensor will detect when to dim the backlight when the ambient light levels drop. If you turn the room lights off, the backlight will dim so the SmartStat does not light up the room. 25

27 Adjusting Holiday the Optional Settings In time Use clock the Left mode; / Right the timed keys to output select will Setup be... turned off during the holiday period, then return to the programmed settings once the holiday period finishes. In thermostat Press Tick mode; to confirm the holiday selection function... reduces the set temperature in your home to the Away mode temperature setting that is configured in the setup menu. The SmartStat will maintain this temperature for the duration of the holiday and will then automatically return to the program mode on your return. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Holiday and press Tick... Using the Up / Down keys enter the number of days holiday... Press Tick to confirm settings... To cancel the holiday, repeat these steps but reduce the Holiday duration to 00 days. Features Menu Feature Editing Note: A holiday period does not start until 00:00 the next day. For example, if you set a holiday Use period the Up on / Friday Down for keys 2 days, to scroll Saturday through will features be counted... as the first day and the thermostat Use the will Left revert / Right back keys to the to change programmed page schedule... at 00:00 on Monday. Press Tick to edit a feature... Use the Up / Down keys to adjust the feature setting... Press Tick to confirm settings and return to the feature menu... 26

28 Optional Features Settings Explained - Feature Table THE FEATURE FOLLOWING SETTINGS ARE OPTIONAL SETTING AND IN MOST CASES NEED NOT BE ADJUSTED. Pairing with App Used to add pair with the SmartStat App Pairing With the App: This function is used to pair the SmartStat to the SmartStat App. WiFi Setup Used to connect to the WiFi network WiFi Switching Set-Up: Differential This function is used 0.5 to connect C (0.5 C the = SmartStat Default) with the WiFi network. Switching Away Temperature Differential: This function 7-17 C allows (12 C you = Default) to increase the switching differential of the Output thermostat. Delay The default is 0.5 C 00 which - 15 Minutes means (00 that = Default) with a set temperature of 20 C, the thermostat Up/Down Temperature will switch Limit the heating 00 on - 10 C at 19.5 C (00 = Default) and off at 20.0 C. With a 1 C differential, the Sensor heating Selection will switch on at 19.0 C Built and in Sensor off at 20.0 C. (Default) Remote Air Sensor Away Temperature: This is the temperature maintained when the thermostat is in Away Floor Sensor Only Mode. The range is 7-17 C. The default Built in is & Floor 12 C Sensor and is suitable for most applications. Output Delay: To prevent rapid switching, Remote Air an & Floor output Sensor delay can be entered. This Floor can Temperature be set from Limit minutes. 20 C The - 45 C default (27 C = is Default) 00 which means there is no delay. Optimum Start hours (00 = Disabled as default) Temperature Up/Down Limit: This function allows you to limit the use of the up and Rate of Change Minutes to raise temperature by 1 C down temperature arrow keys. This limit is also applicable when the thermostat is locked Program Mode Weekday/Weekend (Default) and so allows you to give others limited control over the heating system. 7 Day Programming Sensor Selection: On this SmartStat, 24 Hour you Mode can select which sensor should be used. You can select between air temperature only, Non floor - Programmable temperature, or both. When you enable both sensors, Temperature the floor Format sensor is used as 00 a = floor C, 01 limiting = F (00 sensor = Default) and is designed to prevent the floor Ambient from Light overheating. Dimming On / Off 27

29 Re-calibrating the SmartStat Floor Temp Limit: This function is available when the floor sensor is enabled. You can set a floor limiting temperature between C (28 C is the default setting). If Note: you need Air Sensor to re-calibrate only MUST the NOT SmartStat, be used to follow control these electric steps. underfloor heating. Floor Sensor or Both should be used. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to the Power Icon... Optimum Start: Optimum start will delay the start up of the heating system to the Press and hold Tick to turn the display OFF... latest possible moment to avoid unnecessary heating and ensure the building is warm Press at the and programmed hold the Tick time. and The Down SmartStat keys together uses the for rate 4 seconds of change... information to calculate The current how long temperature the heating will appear needs to on raise the the display. building temperature 1 C (with a rate Use of change the Up / of Down 20, the keys SmartStat to configure has calculated the new temperature the heating needs value minutes to raise the building temperature 1 C) and starts the heating accordingly. Press the Tick key to confirm the change and the display will go blank... Rate of Change: Number of minutes for 1 C temperature rise. Press the Tick key once to turn the thermostat ON... Program Mode: The SmartStat offers three programming modes and the option of configuring it to work as a non-programmable thermostat. Weekday/ Error Weekend Codes - allows you to program 4 comfort levels for the weekday The and SmartStat 4 different will display comfort an levels error for code the if weekend. there is a fault with the temperature sensor, these 7 Day error Program codes are Mode explained - Each below. day has 4 comfort levels that can be programmed independently. E0 = The internal sensor has developed a fault. 24 Hour Mode - All days are programmed the same and repeat continuously. E1 = The remote FLOOR probe has not been connected. Temperature The Format: remote This FLOOR function probe is used has not to select been between wired correctly. C and F. Ambient Light The Dimming: remote FLOOR When probe this function is faulty. is enabled, the light sensor will detect when to E2 dim = The the remote backlight AIR when probe the has ambient not been light connected. levels drop. If you turn the room lights off, the The backlight remote will AIR dim probe so the has SmartStat not been wired does not correctly. light up the room. The remote AIR probe is faulty. 28

30 Adjusting Wiring Diagram the Optional Volt Free Settings Output Use the Left / Right keys to select Setup... Press Tick to confirm selection... TIMER - RT2 RT1 N L NO NC COM Features Neutral Menu Feature Editing 230V Supply In Use the Up / Down Live keys to scroll through features... Use the Left / Right keys to change page... Volt Free Press Tick to Output edit a feature... Use the Up / Down keys to adjust the feature setting... Press Tick This to product confirm must settings only and be installed return to by the a qualified feature menu electrician... and comply with local installation regulations. 29

31 Optional Wiring Diagram Settings - Switch Feature Live Table Output FEATURE SETTING Pairing with App WiFi Setup Switching Differential Away Temperature Output Delay Up/Down Temperature Limit Sensor Selection - Used to add pair with the SmartStat App Used to connect to the WiFi network 0.5 o o C (0.5 o C = Default) 7 o - 17 o C (12 o C = Default) Minutes (00 = Default) TIMER 00 o - 10 o C (00 = Default) Built in Sensor (Default) Remote Air Sensor Floor RT2Sensor RT1OnlyN L NO Built in & Floor Sensor Remote Air & Floor Sensor Floor Temperature Limit 20 o C - 45 o C (28 o C = Default) Optimum Start hours (00 = Disabled as default) Neutral Rate of Change Minutes to raise temperature by 1 o C 230V Supply In Program Mode LiveWeekday/Weekend (Default) 7 Day Programming Switch Live24 Hour Mode Non - Programmable Temperature Format 00 = o C, 01 = o F (00 = Default) Ambient Light Dimming On / Off This product must only be installed by a qualified electrician and comply with local installation regulations. NC COM 30

32 31 Re-calibrating Wiring Diagram the - Switch SmartStat Live to UH3 If you need to re-calibrate the SmartStat, follow these steps. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to the Power Icon... Press and hold Tick to turn the display OFF... Press and hold the Tick and Down keys TIMER together for 4 seconds... The current temperature will appear on the display. Use the Up / Down keys - to RT2 configure RT1 the N new L temperature NO NC COM value... Press the Tick key to confirm the change and the display will go blank... Remote Press the Tick key once to turn the thermostat ON... Air Probe Floor Probe Error Codes When terminated for thermostat operation the screen will display an error code if a fault is detected. L N SL E0 = The internal sensor has developed a fault. E1 = The remote FLOOR probe has not UH3 been connected. The remote FLOOR probe has not been wired correctly. The remote FLOOR probe is faulty. E2 = The remote AIR probe has not been connected. This product must only be installed by a qualified electrician The remote AIR probe has not been wired correctly. and comply with local installation regulations. The remote AIR probe is faulty.

33 Mode Profiles 2 - Time Clock Using the SmartStat App, you can create up to four profiles. Profiles are stored comfort levels that you can easily access and send to your thermostat as and when you need them. For example, if you work different shift patterns from week to week, you could have the following profiles stored: 1. Day Shift 2. Night Shift 3. Day Off One week you could be running the Day Shift profile, the next week you can simply select to run the night shift profile. 32

34 3 4 Wiring 1 Diagram - Volt 2 Free to Boiler TIMER - RT2 RT1 N L NO NC COM Neutral 230V Supply In Live 33 Volt Free To Boiler This product must only be installed by a qualified electrician and comply with local installation regulations. 6

35 LCD Wiring Display Diagram - Switch Live 1. Day Indicator - Displays the day of the week. 2. Away Displayed when Away mode is active. 3. Clock - Time displayed in 24 hour format. 4. Holiday Displayed when the time clock is in Holiday mode. 5. Timer Status Displays the current status of the timed output. TIMER 6. Main Menu Highlighted display indicates selected option. 7. Keypad Lock Indicator Displayed when the keypad is locked. 8. WiFi Indicator - Displayed - when RT2connected RT1 Nto a WiFi L network. NO NC COM Neutral 230V Supply In Live Switch Live This product must only be installed by a qualified electrician and comply with local installation regulations. 34

36 35 Setting Wiring the Diagram Switching - Switch Times Live to UH3 To program the switching times, follow these steps Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Edit... Press Tick to confirm selection... Use the Up/Down keys to select the day/period to program... TIMER Press Tick to confirm selection... 1 will now be highlighted and the ON / OFF times will be displayed. Press Tick to alter period RT2 RT1 N L NO NC COM To set the ON time, use the Up/Down keys to set the hours, press the Right arrow key & use Up/Down to set the minutes... Remote Air Press ProbeTick to confirm... To set the OFF time, use the Up/Down keys to set the hours, Floor Probe press the Right arrow key & use Up/Down to set the minutes... Press Tick to confirm the settings... Press the Right arrow key... L N SL 2 will now be highlighted and the current settings will be displayed. Press Tick to alter period 2 settings... UH3 Repeat these steps to set all periods. To blank or set a switching level period to unused, first select the switching level then press This and product hold the must tick only key be for installed 5 seconds. by a qualified electrician When all switching and comply times have with been local programmed installation regulations. use the Right arrow key to scroll to Done and press Tick...

37 Mode Timer 2 Boost - Time Clock To boost the timed output ON follow these steps. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Boost and press Tick... Use the Up / Down keys to set the hours... Press the Right key to select minutes... Use the Up / Down keys to set the minutes... Press Tick to confirm settings and return to main display... Boost Left and the remaining time will now be displayed. Boost Remaining Note: In time clock mode pressing the Up / Down keys from the home screen will navigate directly to the boost screen. 36

38 5 Optional 1 Features Explained 2 Pairing With the App: This function is used to pair the SmartStat to the SmartStat App. WiFi Set-Up: This function is used to connect the SmartStat with the WiFi network. 8 Program Mode: The time clock offers three programming modes: Weekday/Weekend (5/2), 7 Day Programming or 24 Hour. 3 Weekday/ Weekend - allows you to program 4 comfort levels for the weekday and 4 different comfort levels for the weekend. 7 7 Day Program Mode - Each day has 4 comfort levels that can be programmed independently Hour Mode - All days are programmed the same and repeat continuously. Ambient Light Dimming: When this function is enabled, the light sensor will detect when to dim the backlight when the ambient light levels drop. If you turn the room lights off, the backlight will dim so the SmartStat does not light up the room. Optional Settings - Feature Table FEATURE Pairing with the App WiFi Setup Program Mode Ambient Light Dimming SETTING Used to pair to the SmartStat App Used to connect to the WiFi network Weekday/Weekend Programming (Default) 7 Day Programming 24 Hour Mode6 ON / OFF 37

39 LCD Wiring Display Diagram - Time Clock Mode 1. Day Indicator - Displays the day of the week. 2. Away Displayed when Away mode is active. 3. Clock - Time displayed in 24 hour format. (Mid Position Valve) 4. Holiday Displayed when the time clock is in Holiday mode. 5. Timer Status Displays the current status of the timed output. 6. Main Menu Highlighted display indicates selected option. - RT2 RT1 N L NO NC COM 7. Keypad Lock Indicator Displayed when the keypad is locked. 8. WiFi Indicator - Displayed when connected to a WiFi network. Neutral 230V Supply In Live TIMER Hot Water Stat Mid Position Valve GR BL WH OR To Heating On Boiler Enable This product must only be installed by a qualified electrician and comply with local installation regulations. 38

40 (S Plan) To program the switching times, follow these steps Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Edit... Press Tick to confirm selection... Use the Up/Down keys to select the day/period to program... Press Tick to confirm selection... TIMER 1 will now be highlighted and the ON / OFF times will be displayed. Press Tick to alter period RT2 RT1 N L NO NC COM To set the ON time, use the Up/Down keys to set the hours, press the Right arrow key & use Up/Down to set the minutes... Press Tick to Neutral confirm V Supply In Hot Water Stat To set the OFF Live time, use the Up/Down keys to set the hours, press the Right arrow key & use Up/Down to set the minutes... BR GR End Switch Press Tick to confirm the settings... Boiler Enable BL OR Press the Right arrow key... 2 will now be highlighted and the current settings will be displayed. Press Tick to alter period 2 settings... Repeat these steps to set all periods. To deactivate This a product period; must hold only Tick for be 5 installed seconds. by a qualified electrician When all switching and times comply have with been local programmed installation use regulations. the Right arrow key to scroll to Done and press Tick Setting Wiring the Diagram Switching - Time Times Clock Mode

41 Notes Timer Boost To boost the timed output ON follow these steps. Use the Left / Right keys to scroll to Boost and press Tick... Use the Up / Down keys to set the hours Press the Right key to select minutes Use the Up / Down keys to set the minutes... Press Tick to confirm settings and return to main display... Boost Left and the remaining time will now be displayed. Boost Remaining Note: In time clock mode pressing the Up / Down keys from the home screen will navigate directly to the boost screen. 40

42 41 Optional Notes Features Explained Pairing With the App: This function is used to pair the SmartStat to the SmartStat App. WiFi Set-Up: This function is used to connect the SmartStat with the WiFi network. Program Mode: The time clock offers three programming modes: Weekday/Weekend (5/2), 7 Day Programming or 24 Hour. Weekday/ Weekend - allows you to program 4 comfort levels for the weekday and 4 different comfort levels for the weekend. 7 Day Program Mode - Each day has 4 comfort levels that can be programmed independently. 24 Hour Mode - All days are programmed the same and repeat continuously. Ambient Light Dimming: When this function is enabled, the light sensor will detect when to dim the backlight when the ambient light levels drop. If you turn the room lights off, the backlight will dim so the SmartStat does not light up the room. Optional Settings - Feature Table FEATURE SETTING Pairing with the App Used to pair to the SmartStat App WiFi Setup Used to connect to the WiFi network Program Mode Weekday/Weekend Programming (Default) 7 Day Programming 24 Hour Mode Ambient Light Dimming ON / OFF

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