SALUS HTRP230(50) Wired Digital THERMOSTAT User Manual


SALUS HTRP230(50) Wired Digital THERMOSTAT



Product Compliance
This product complies with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directives 2014/53/EU and 2011/65/EU. The full text of the EU Declaration of Conformity is available at the following internet address:

Safety Informations

  • Before starting installation work and before using the product, read the entire manual.
  • The information contained in the instructions is essential for proper functioning.
  • To avoid accidents resulting in personal injury and material damage, please follow all safety precautions, specified in this manual.
  • The device should not be used by people with limited mental, sensory or mental abilities, without experience, of insufficient knowledge as well as children.
  • Do not use an unassembled device (eg without a cover).
  • The device may only be opened by a qualified person.
  • Keep electrical devices out of the reach of children and ensure that they do not play with it. Children should not be left unattended. If necessary, disconnect the control system for the entire room.
  • Do not leave the packaging, cabinet, or any loose parts of the device unattended, as they pose a risk to children.


  • Installation must be carried out by a qualified person with appropriate electrical qualifications in accordance with standards and regulations in force in the given country and in the EU.
  • Never try to connect the device other than as described in the manual.
  • Before assembly, repair or maintenance as well as during any connection works it is absolutely necessary disconnect the mains supply and make sure that the terminals and electric wires are not live.
  • The device may not be exposed to extreme temperatures, strong vibrations or subjected to mechanical shock.
  • The device should not be used in unfavorable environmental conditions or in rooms where there is a concentration of flammable gases, fumes or dust.
  • There may be additional protection requirements for the entire installation that the installer is responsible for maintaining.

Care for the natural environment is of paramount importance to us. The awareness that we manufacture electronic devices obliges us to dispose of used electronic components and devices safely. Therefore the company has received a registration number issued by the Chief Inspector for Environmental Protection. The crossed out symbol the trash can on the product means that the product must not be disposed of with ordinary waste containers. Sorting waste for recycling helps to protect the environment. It is the user’s responsibility to surrender used equipment to a designated collection point for recycling waste from electrical and electronic equipment.

Product Overview

The BTRP230V(50) from SALUS Controls is a stylish and accurate 5/2 or 24h programmable electronic thermostat with a large, easy to read Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). It is flush-mounted (in a 55 mm frame) temperature controller dedicated for surface heating / cooling, characterized by high thermal inertia. It is connected to the wired wiring centre KL08NSB. Thermostat has the function of creating your own schedules. It can control group (SLAVE) thermostats – via wiring centre it sends them an NSB (nighttime temperature reduction) signal and switches them to economic temperature. The time schedule is common to all thermostats (according to weekly (MASTER) thermostat), but temperatures are set individually on each thermostat.
The programmable room thermostat BTRP230V(50) is both a programmer and a room thermostat. A programmer allows you to set ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ time 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.
Turning a programmable room thermostat to a higher setting will not make the room heat up any faster. How quickly the room heats up depends on the design of the heating system, for example, the size of boiler. Neither does the setting affect how quickly the room cools down. Turning a programmable room thermostat to a lower setting will result in the room being controlled at a lower temperature, and saves energy.
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 low temperatures first, say 18°C, and then turn them up by one degree each day until you are comfortable with the temperatures. You won’t have to adjust the thermostat further. Any adjustments above these settings will waste energy and cost you more money.


  • absolutely silent operation (TRIAC)
  • has a PWM control algorithm
  • protection against too high or too low temperature using an additional FS300 floor sensor
  • protection of thermostatic valves against stagnation (VP)
  • an input for the additional temperature sensor
  • has frost protection mode
  • mounting in a φ 60 mm wall box

Package content

  1. BTRP230V(50) thermostat
  2. Short instruction
  3. Mounting screwsSALUS-HTRP230(50)-Wired-Digital-THERMOSTAT-1

Proper thermostat locationSALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-2

Please note: 
The ideal position to thermostat mounting is about 1,5m under floor level far from heating or cooling sources. Thermostat can’t be exposed to sunlight or any extreme conditions like for example draft.
Because of fire and explosion risk there is not allowed to use thermostat in atmosphere of explosive gases and flammable liquids (eg coal dust). In case if any of listed dangers occur you have to use additional protection measures – anti-dust and explosive gases (tight cover) or prevent their formation. Furthermore, thermostat can’t be used in condensation of water vapor conditions and be exposed to water action.

Wall mounting

Mounting: to mount thermostat you can use accesories included with the set (mounting screws). Remove back housing to mount it to the wall box. After attachement put together front and back housing.


Connection descriptionSALUS-HTRP230(50)-Wired-Digital-THERMOSTAT-4 SALUS-HTRP230(50)-Wired-Digital-THERMOSTAT-5

I A – 4 wire installation with KL08NSB wiring centre
When HTRP230V(50) thermostat works as a MASTER (group controller) it means it takes control of SLAVE thermostats e.g. HTRS230V(30), HTR230V(20). MASTER thermostat controls SLAVE thermostat only when SLAVE thermostat is in AUTO mode. Comfort (SUN) and economy (MOON) setpoint temperatures are set individually on each thermostat but switching between those temperature is based on time schedule taken from HTRP230(50) thermostat which works like a group controller. Functions such as: setpoint temperature change, holiday mode, party mode or frost protection mode are not managed by MASTER thermostat.

SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-6 SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-7SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-8

I B – 4 wire installation with KL06 wiring centreSALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-14


Pump logic module (for KL06) connection diagramSALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-11SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-13

Pump and boiler logic module (for KL06) connection diagram


3 wire installation with KL08NSB wiring centre
3 wire installation with KL08NSB wiring center. Description of the operation rules:

  • HTRP230V(50) thermostat’s functionality is limited because of 3 wire installation. NSB function is disabled and HTRP230V(50) thermostat doesnt work as a MASTER thermostat – no effect on other thermostats like HTRS230V(30) or HTR230V(20)
  • schedules can be set individually on each HTRP230V(50) thermostats if system is equipped with more than one HTRP230V(50) thermostat
    The same operating rules apply to wiring center KL06.SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-14SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-15 SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-16

work with RM-16A relay module – volt-free heating source controlSALUS-HTRP230(50)-Wired-Digital-THERMOSTAT-16

work with RM-16A relay module – connection to a solid fuel boiler controller

PLEASE NOTE! Activate the thermostat in the solid fuel boiler controller.

Work with RM-16A relay module – connecting an electrical device with a higher power than the thermostat relay allows
PLEASE NOTE! The maximum current consumption of an electrical device should not exceed 16A. SALUS-HTRP230(50)-Wired-Digital-THERMOSTAT-18

Before you start (first power up)

LCD icon descriptionSALUS-HTRP230(50)-Wired-Digital-THERMOSTAT-19

  1. Comfort temperature
  2. Economic temperature
  3. Automatic mode
  4. PARTY mode
  5. Holiday mode
  6. Frost protection mode
  7. Temperature unit
  8. Heating mode ON
  9. Cooling mode ON
  10. External temperature sensor
  11. Manual mode / override temp.
  12. Current / set temperature
  13. AM / PM
  14. Day indicator
  15. Clock
  16. Program number

Button description


PLEASE NOTE! The LCD screen can be activated by using any button.

First power up sequenceSALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-23

Work modes

HTRP230V(50) offers a few work modes. Frame on a given icon indicates which mode is currently active. In manual mode SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-24orSALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-25 only one temperature level is maintained. Thermostat follows programmed schedule when AUTO mode is active („A” icon). Detailed description of work modes is located below:

  • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-26Frame – means that the work mode is active (the icon of the work mode must be in the center of the frame). For example:
    • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-24means that comfort temperature mode is active
    • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-27means that comfort temperature mode is inactive
  • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-24Comfort temperature mode – pre-defined setpoint temperature. Usually set when we are indoors. The highest maintained temperature in heating mode or the lowest if thermostat works in the cooling system. Acting alone works as a manual mode. Temperature range: from 5°C to 35°C.
  • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-25Economic temperature mode – pre-defined setpoint temperature. Usually set at night or when we are out of the house. Acting alone works as a manual mode. Temperature range: from 5°C to 35°C.
  • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-28Automatic mode temperature (schedule) – follows programmed schedule. Schedule can be temporarily override with new setpoint temperature (temporary override mode will be active to the next change forced by schedule, SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-29 hand icon will be displayed).
  • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-30Party mode – this mode sets the comfort temperature SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-24for a user-defined time (maximum 9 hours 50 minutes).
  • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-32Holiday mode – this mode sets the frost protection modeSALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-24for a user-defined time (maximum 99 days).
  • SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-33Frost protection mode – usually used during extended periods of absence or during the holidays (only available in heating mode). Temperature range: from 5°C to 17°C.

Example – comfort temperature mode setpoint editing: SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-34

User settings (basic settings)

Schedule mode
Programming schedule To program schedule, please follow steps below:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-35

There are 4 possible schedule variants. UseSALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-39 buttons to select schedule variant and confirm by SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-41 button:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-36

Schedule programming example for the WORKING DAYS variant:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-37

Repeat steps 5 and 9 for the next time periods in the schedule to set whole program for selected variant. No time –:– on the display means given program is skipped. There are 6 programs/time periods in the schedule. Hold button for 3 seconds to save and exit schedule editing.
To run the schedule (activate thermostat’s automatic mode), use SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-39 buttons to move the frame to the „A” icon.SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-38

In addition to editing and creating your own schedule, there are also 5 default profiles for built-in schedules. You can select and customize any of the programs listed below. Default programs are selectable through Installer Parameters (parameter D17).SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-42 SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-43


To set time/date follow steps below:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-44

DATE settings will automatically appear after clock setup:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-45

Thermostat calibration

Thermostat calibration is a function which allows user to recalibrate internal thermostat’s temperature sensor by a given number of degrees (in the range from -3,0 °C to 3,0 °C in 0,5 °C steps). To calibrate thermostat’s temperature sensor please follow steps below:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-46

Heat/cool mode change

The heating / cooling mode for the thermostat can be changed manually or automatically via „CO” terminal. If 230V power is applied to the „CO” terminal – then thermostat automatically switches to cooling mode. If you use this function in automatic mode, set the d18 parameter value to „1”.


By external ON/OFF switch:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-48

Installer parameters

To enter installer parameters please follow steps below. Please refer to parameters table description before any changes. Use SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-40 buttons to move up or down between all parameters. Every change/selection confirm by SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-41 button:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-49

dXX Function Parameter Values Description Default Values





Heating Control

This parameter defines the algorithm of the room temperature control.


PWM (Pulse-width modulation) algorithm ensures reduction of overdrive states and economic operation of the system. It is an advanced algorithm designed to precisely maintain room temperature.  



1 SPAN ± 0.25°C
2 SPAN ± 0.5°C



Room temp. offset

-3.0°C to

+ 3.0°C

Offset room temperature measuring is a function which allows user to recalibrate internal thermostat’s temperature sensor by a given number of degrees (in the range from -3,0 °C to 3,0 °C in 0,5°C steps).  





OUT sensor probe (S1/S2)

0 Out sensor probe not connected  


1 Out sensor probe connected







Air sensor or Floor sensor



Air sensor: If parameter d03 is inactive (d03 = 0) then internal sensor controls the temperature

Air sensor: If parameter d03 is active (d03 = 1) then internal sensor is

disabled and OUT sensor controls the temperature







Floor sensor: If parameter d03 is inactive (d03 = 0) then internal sensor controls the temperature

Floor sensor: If parameter d03 is active (d03 = 1) then internal sensor is

disabled and OUT sensor controls the floor protection temperature

dXX Function Parameter Values Description Default Values
d05 Cooling Control 1 SPAN ± 0.25°C (± 0.5°F) 2
2 SPAN ± 0.5°C (± 1.0°F)





Valve Protection





Valve protection function is intended to protect thermostatic valves against getting stuck or jamming (e.g. in summer time when heating system is disa- bled). If thermostatdoesn’tsendasignalforheatingforaperiodof 7 days, then heating is turned on for a very short period of time just to move the actuators.







Frost Setpoint


5°C – 7°C

In Frost protection mode the thermostat is displaying actual room tem- perature and maintain „frost protection” setpoint temperature specified in thermostat settings. When thermostat works in Frost protection mode then you have no possibilities to change temperature setpoint.  


d09 12/24 Hour Format 0 12hours 1
1 24hours
d10 Time zone (reserved for internet wireless) from -13 to

+13 hours

It gives you the possibility to fit the thermostat time zone to yours (every 1 hour step). 0
d11 Daylight Saving Time (DST) 0 Off 1
1 On


Maximum limitation of heating setpoint  

5°C – 35°C

This parameter allows to limit temperature setpoint range by setting maximum setpoint for heating and cooling modes. Default temperature setting range: 5⁰C – 35⁰C  




Minimum limitation of cooling setpoint  

5°C – 40°C

This parameter allows to limit temperature setpoint range by setting minimum setpoint for heating and cooling modes. Default temperature setting range: 5⁰C – 40⁰C  


d14* Floor sensor protection limit (heating high limit-HL) 11°C – 45°C Turn off relay output when floor sensing temp > protecting limit, step is 0.5°C 27°C
d15* Floor sensor protection limit (heating low limit-LL) 6°C – 40°C Turn on relay output when floor sensing temp < protecting limit, step is 0.5°C 10°C
d16* Floor sensor protection limit (cooling) 6°C – 45°C Turn off relay output when floor sensing temp < protecting limit, step is 0.5ºC 6°C



Preset program selection



Select one of these 5 default programs. Once selected, default program will overwrite present program. Selected default program can be edited by the user in the User Setting Mode.  


d18 Heat/Cool Mode Selection 0 No connection 0
1 Connection
d19** Cooling Blocked 0 Cooling disabled 0
1 Cooling allowed




Actuators loading selection for different temperature compensation.

1 x1 actuator loading  



2 x2 actuators loading
3 x3 actuators loading
4 x4 actuators loading
5 x5 actuators loading

Parameters d14, d15, d16 will be available only if parameter d04 is active (d04=1).
Cooling Blocked – at „1” we block cooling for a single room until the device receives a heating command. During the blocking of the cooling function no message is displayed.
Please note!
d19 parameter will be available only if d18 is set on 1.

Factory Reset

To RESET BTRP230V(50) thermostat to it’s factory default settings please follow steps below:SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-50

Error codes

Thermostat constantly monitors the operation of connected sensors. If it detects any failure then following error codes can be displayed.SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-51


Error code







The maximum / minimum floor temperature has been exceeded  

•   Set the heating / cooling medium temperature or change D14 / D15 parameter.




Floor sensor is faulty

•   If floor sensor is connected to S1/S2 input, check the wiring.

•   If floor sensor is not connected, check the D03/D04 parameters settings.




Floor sensor is shorted


•   Check floor sensor wire insulation for any damages. Sensor resistance for 25°C=10kΩ.

Cleaning and Maintenance

The HTRP230V(50) thermostat requires no special maintenance. Periodically, the outer casing can be wiped clean using a dry cloth (please DO NOT use solvents, polishes, detergents or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage the thermostat). There are no user serviceable parts within the unit; any servicing or repairs could only be carried out by Salus Controls or their appointed agents.

Technical Informations

Power supply 230 V AC 50 Hz
Rating max 0,5 A
Temperature setback Adjustable
Temperature range 5°C – 35°C
Span +/- 0,5°C
Storage temperature -20°C to +60°C
Ambient temperature 0 °C up to 45 °C
Degree of protection IP 30
CE conformity according to Class II ( EN60730 )
Housing material PC, V2
Color RAL 9010 pure white
Control method PWM algorithm

Hysteresis +/-0,5ºC or +/-0,25ºC

Connection Screw terminal
Weight 125 g net / 170 g gross
Puls-wide-modulation (PWM) Yes
Clock, Timer Yes, programmable
Heating and Cooling Yes, automatic modes changeover through CO terminal
Parameter adjustment Yes, in Installer Mode
Dimensions 85mm x 85mm x 25mm



SALUS Controls warrants that this product will be free from any defect in materials or workmanship, and shall perform in accordance with its specification, for a period of five years from the date of installation. SALUS Controls sole liability for breach of this warranty will be (at its option) to repair or replace the defective product.SALUS-BTRP230(50)-Thermostat-53

QL CONTROLS Sp. z o.o., Sp. k. Rolna 4,
43-262 Kobielice,
SALUS Controls Plc
Units 8-10 Northfield Business Park Forge Way, Parkgate
S60 1SD
United Kingdom
SALUS Controls is a member of the Computime Group.
Maintaining a policy of continuous product development SALUS Controls plc reserves the right to change the specification, design, and materials of products listed in this brochure without prior notice.


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