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sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating Instructions

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sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating

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Operating instructions

Digital room thermostat
Item No. 1385634

Introduction

Dear Customer,
thank you for purchasing this product. This product complies with the statutory national and Euro-pean requirements. To maintain this status and to ensure safe operation, you as the user must observe these operating instructions! These operating instructions are part of this product. They contain important notes on commissioning and handling. Also consider this if you pass on the product to any third party. Therefore, retain these operating instructions for refe-rence! All company names and product names are trademarks of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
If there are any technical questions, please contact:
International: www.conrad.de/kontakt
United Kingdom: www.conrad-electronic.co.uk/contact 

Explanation of symbol

sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-1The lightning symbol is used when your health is at risk.
sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-2This symbol points out particular dangers associated with handling, function or operation.
sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-3The arrow symbol indicates special advice and opera-ting information.
sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-4Observe the operating instructions!

Intended use

The digital room thermostat serves automatic switching of a connected end device, according to the set or programmed times or the set temperatures. The room thermostat must only be operated with commer-cial batteries of type AAA/Micro. It is intended for indoor use only. Do not use it outdoors. Contact with moisture must be avoided under all circumstances. The safety notes and all other information in these operating instructions always have to be observed! Any use other than that described above can damage the product and may involve additional risks such as short cir-cuit, fire, electric shock, etc. No part of this product must be modified or converted! This product complies with the statutory national and Eu-ropean requirements. All company names and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

4. Scope of delivery

  • Room thermostat
  • 2x AAA batteries
  • 2x screws
  • Operating instructions

Up-to-date operating instructions: 

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Feature

  • Manual mode; AUTO mode; PROGRAMME mode
  • Display
  • Programmable thresholds
  • Frost protection function
  • Lock function

Safety information

The guarantee/warranty will expire if damage is in-curred resulting from non-compliance with the oper-ating instructions! We do not assume any liability for consequential damage! We do not assume any liability for property damage and personal injury caused by improper use or non-compli-ance with the safety instructions. In such cases the war-ranty/guarantee is voided.

Persons/Product

  • The unauthorized conversion and/or modification of the product is inadmissible for safety and approval reasons (CE). Do not disassemble it, except for the battery change described in these instructions.
  • The product is not a toy. Keep the product away from children. Therefore, be particularly careful when chil-dren are present.
  • The product must not be exposed to extreme tem-peratures, strong vibration, strong moisture or strong mechanical strain. The product must not be-come damp or wet. Contact with moisture must be avoided under all circumstances.
  • Do not use the room thermostat inside of rooms or in bad ambient conditions where flammable gases, vapours or explosive dust may be or are present!There is a danger of explosion!
  • Do not attach any objects to the product. Never cover the room thermostat. There is a danger of fire.
  • The manufacturer or supplier does not assume any responsibility for incorrect displays or the conse-quences resulting from incorrect displays.
  • Servicing or repair must only be carried out by a spe-cialist.
  • Never use the product immediately after it has been taken from a cold into a warm environment. The con-densation generated may destroy the product. First let the product reach room temperature before using it. This may take several hours.
  • The following unfavourable conditions are to be avoided at the place of use and during transport:
    • Dust or flammable gases, fumes or solvents
    • Strong vibration, impact or blows
  • Handle the product with care. It can be damaged by impact, blows or when dropped even from a low height.
  • If it can be assumed that safe operation is no longer possible, the device must be turned off and precau-tions are to be taken to ensure that it is not used un-intentionally. Then have the product inspected by a specialist.
  • It must be assumed that safe operation is no longer possible, if:
    • the device shows visible damage
    • the device no longer functions properly
    • the device has been stored under unfavourable conditions for an extended period of time
    • it has been subjected to severe stress during trans-port
  • Do not leave the packaging material lying around carelessly as it can become a dangerous toy for chil-dren.
  • In commercial institutions, the accident prevention regulations of the Employer’s Liability Insurance As-sociation for Electrical Systems and Operating Mate-rials are to be observed.
  • If you have questions which remain unanswered by these operating instructions, please contact us or an-other expert.

Batteries

  • Batteries have no place in the hands of children.
  • Do not leave any batteries lying around openly. There is a risk of batteries being swallowed by children or pets. If swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
  • Always observe the correct polarity (plus/+ and mi-nus/-) when inserting the batteries.
  • Leaking or damaged batteries may cause chemical burns to skin when touched. Use adequate protec-tive gloves in this case.
  • Batteries must not be short-circuited, taken apart or thrown into fire. There is a danger of explosion!
  • Do not recharge normal, non-rechargeable batteries; danger of explosion!
  • Never mix batteries with different charging condi-tions or from different manufacturers.
  • If not used for a longer period (e.g. in case of stor-age), remove the inserted batteries. If batteries are too old, they may leak and cause damage to the product, which leads to the cancellation of the war-ranty/guarantee!

Read the “Disposal” chapter for instructions on envi-ronmentally sustainable disposal of batteries.

Installation

The room thermostat must only be installed by a qual-ified specialist. Installation must only be performed ac-cording to the applicable local provisions. The room thermostat must not be installed near any windows, doors, heat sources or ventilation openings. Also avoid installation in locations where the device is exposed to direct sunlight. This may falsify the meas-ured room temperature. Keep a distance of approx. 1.5 m for this. Never cover the room thermostat with any other ob-jects. The device is only suitable for vertical wall mounting. We recommend a mounting height starting at approx. 1.5 m. Only install the device on a stable basis, e.g. ma-sonry. Observe the max. connection value of the room ther-mostat; see technical data. The installed relay is poten-tial-free.

The controller must only be installed when powered down. For this, power down the electrical mains supply that is con-nected to the relay of the room thermostat (circuit protection and FI-switch off) and secure it against unauthorized reac-tivation!

Check the mains supply line for voltage-freeness. Ensure that no present electrical or water lines are damaged during installation. The same applies, if only low voltage is to be supplied through the relay, since this may cause short circuit at in-stallation! Remove the battery holder at the bottom of the device. Turn the housing screw at the bottom of the controller out only until the upper shell of the room thermostat can be removed. Do not turn the housing screw out entirely. There is the dan-ger of losing the housing screw and the square nut. Now pull the upper shell of the controller off of the base plate. The base plate is attached on a recessed socket with the two enclosed screws. The base plate has four indentations for attachment for this purpose. Break out the two required attachment openings with a suitable tool. Route the mains line through the mains line opening of the base plate. Attach the base plate on the recessed socket with the two enclosed screws (figure 1). Check for tight fit of the base plate. Strip 5 mm of the cable insulation. Connect the supply line of the end device to the screw terminal NO (1) or NC (3) and COM (2).

The installed relay is potential-free. The connection ex-ample shows the connection to mains voltage 230 V/AC. Observe the maximum contact resilience; see chap-ter “Technical Data” and the operating instructions of the device that is to be controlled via the room thermo-stat, on how to set up the circuits.sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-6

  • 1 = Normally open contact (NO)
  • 2 = COM (Common)
  • 3 = Normally closed contact (NC)

Push the upper shell onto the base plate (figure 2). Make sure that the supply lines are not crushed or damaged by this. The upper shell is now attached to the base plate again with the housing screw (figure 3).sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-7

The room thermostat must only be operated with the correctly attached and screwed-on upper shell. If the upper shell is missing or wrongly installed, there is a danger to life from electric shock!

Inserting or replacing the batteries

  • Pull the battery holder from the bottom of the device.
  • Insert the two batteries of type AAA (Micro) in the correct polarity. Observe the marking in the battery compartment holder.
  • Return the battery holder to the room thermostat.
  • Use only alkaline batteries.
    • Use only batteries of the specified type. Use alkaline batteries for the longest operating duration.
    • The product is only approved for operation with 2x 1.5 V AAA-batteries (Micro). No other energy supply must be used.
    • Replace the batteries when the battery display flashes.

Commissioning and operation

Observe Chapter “Safety information”!

  • Switching on/off
    Push the button OK to switch on the room thermostat. Push and hold the button OK to switch off the room thermo-stat (display OFF).
  • Selection of the operating function
    Switch on the room thermostat. Push the button OK repeat-edly until the desired operating function (manual mode; frost protection function; AUTO mode; PROGRAMME mode) is displayed.
  • Manual operation
    Manual operation serves constant increase or reduction of the room temperature. In manual mode, the symbol is displayed. The factory setting for manual mode is 20 °C. The temperature value set in the
  • factory can be changed. For this, push the button plus + or -. Push and hold the plus + or minus – button of the tem-perature setting. The temperature setting is now acceler-ated. The set temperature is kept until the mode is changed. The device will then switch back to the factory setting of 20 °C.
  • AUTO mode
    The following values are set ex works for AUTO mode.
    • 00:00——06:00 Temperature setting: 18 °C
    • 06:00——08:00 Temperature setting: 20 °C
    • 08:00——18:00 Temperature setting: 16 °C
    • 18:00——22:00 Temperature setting: 20 °C
    • 22:00——24:00 Temperature setting: 18 °C
  • In AUTO mode, the symbol “AUTO” is displayed. 
    • The temperature value set ex works can be changed for the current heating or reduction phase.
    • Briefly push the plus + or minus – button. The tempera-ture display will change from the current room tempera-ture to the set temperature.
    • Now push the plus + or minus – button to change the set temperature.
    • Push and hold the plus + or minus – button of the tempe-rature setting. The temperature setting is now accelera-ted.
    • The set temperature is retained until a different mode is activated or the next heating or reduction phase is reached. The device will then switch back to the factory settings.
  • PROGRAMME mode
    Set the switching times and temperatures as described in item “PROGRAMME setting”. Then switch the room thermo-stat to PROGRAMME mode. The symbol “AUTO PROG” is displayed.
    The programmed temperature value can be changed manu-ally for the current heating or reduction phase. Briefly push the plus + or minus – b
  • Frost protection function
    When the frost protection function is active, the room ther-mostat will prevent the room temperature to drop below 5 °C. The frost protection function thus prevents freezing of liq-uid-based heatings and pipes. The frost protection temper-ature is fixed at 5 °C in the factory and cannot be changed. When the thermostat is in the frost protection function, the symbol will be displayed.

Settings

The thermostat must be on. Push the buttons SET and OK at the same time to get to the setting mode. The relay switches off in setting mode. Change the values with the buttons “+” and “-”. Keep the re-spective button pressed for quick adjustment. If you do not push any button for approx. 60 seconds, the settings made until then are saved and setting mode is left. Push the OK button to save the setting and to leave the set-ting mode.

  • Temperature calibration
    This function permits calibrating the thermostat based on a reference value or adjusting it to other thermostats.sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-9 The setting is made in steps of 0.1 °C (setting range -3 °C to +3 °C). The settings are only applied with the next temperature measurement of the thermostat. This may take a while.
  • Time setting
    The time is set in 12-hour format (midnight to noon = AM / noon to midnight = PM).sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-10
  • Setting the economic temperaturesygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-11 The setting is made in steps of 0.1 °C (setting range 5 °C to +35 °C/ factory setting 16 °C).
  • PROGRAMME setting
    Set the desired start, end times and temperatures for the pro-gramme mode here. The connected consumer is switched on and off by remote control after this time. Two switching periods can be programmed.sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-12
    • P1: Start of the first switching period (temperature-controlled)
    • P2: End of the first switching period (temperature-controlled)
    • P3: Start of the second switching period (temperature-controlled)
    • P4: End of the second switching period (temperature-controlled)
      After the programmed switching times P1/P2 and P3/P4, the room temperature is adjusted to the Economic temperature.

Setup

To switch to the setup settings, the thermostat must be in the position OFF.sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-13

Change the values with the buttons “+” and “-”. Keep the re-spective button pressed for quick adjustment. If you do not push any button for approx. 60 seconds, the settings made until then are saved and setting mode is left. Push the OK and SET buttons for 5 seconds to save the input and switch to OFF mode.sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-14 sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-15 sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-16

Error messages displaysygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-17

The display flashes when the room temperature drops be-low 0 °C or climbs above 45 °C.

Maintenance and cleaning

Regularly check the technical safety of the device, e.g. for a damaged casing. If you have reason to believe that the device can no longer be operated safely, disconnect it immediately and make sure it is not operated unintentionally.

It must be assumed that safe operation is no longer possible if:

  • the device shows visible damage
  • the device is longer working
  • the device has been stored under unfavourable conditions for an extended period of time or
  • the device has been subjected to heavy stress during trans-port.

Always observe the following safety information before cleaning or servicing the device:

Live components may be exposed if cover is opened.
The device must be disconnected from all power sourc-es before any servicing or repair work is carried out. Capacitors inside the device may still carry voltage even though they have been disconnected from all power sources. Only qualified experts familiar with the hazards involved and the relevant regulations must perform repairs.

The product requires no servicing apart from replacing the rechargeable battery. Servicing or repair must only be car-ried out by a specialist or specialist workshop. Therefore, never open it (except for the procedures described in these operating instructions for insertion/replacing the batteries). A dry, soft and clean cloth is sufficient for cleaning. Do not put too much pressure on the display; this can cause scratch marks, failures of the display or even destroy the display. Dust can easily be removed with a long-hair, soft and clean brush and a vacuum cleaner. Never use any aggressive cleaning agents, cleaning alcohol or other chemical solutions, since these may damage the casing (discolouration) or even impair function.

Disposal

  • sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-18Product
    Electronic devices are recyclable waste and must not be disposed of in household waste! Dispose of the product according to the applicable statutory provisions at the end of its service life. Remove any inserted batteries and dispose of them separately from the product.
  • sygonix 1385634 Digital Room Thermostat Operating-fig-19Batteries
    You as the end user are required by law (Battery ordinance) to return all used batteries. Disposing of them in the house-hold waste is prohibited! Batteries that contain any hazardous substances are labelled with the adjacent icon to indicate that disposal in domestic waste is forbidden. The descriptions for the respective heavy metals are: Cd=cadmium, Hg=mercury, Pb=lead (the names are indicated on the battery, e.g. below the rubbish bin symbol shown on the left). You can return used batteries free of charge at the official collection points of your community, in our stores, or wher-ever batteries are sold! You thus fulfil your statutory obligations and contribute to the protection of the environment.

Technical data

  • Operating voltage ………………… 3.0 V/DC (2x 1.5 V micro batteries, type AAA)
  • Switching output …………………. max. 230 V/AC / 8 A (ohmic load) / 3.5 A (inductive load) / relay potential-free / NO a. NC contact
  • Temperature resolution. ….. ….. 0.1 °C
  • Temperature setting range ……. 5 °C to 35 °C (0.1 °C steps/adjustable)
  • Switching hysteresis ……………. 0 °C to 4.0 °C (adjustable)

Display range

  • Integrated measuring sensor … NTC 1%
  • Ambient conditions ……………… temperature 0  °C to +40  °C, humidity 20% to 85% rela-tive, non-condensing
  • Dimensions (H x W x D)………… 86 x 100 x 20 mm

Legal Notice

This is a publication by Conrad Electronic SE, Klaus-Conrad-Str. 1, D-92240 Hirschau (www.conrad.com). All rights including translation reserved. Reproduction by any method, e.g. photocopy, mi-crofilming, or the capture in electronic data processing systems require the prior written approval by the editor. Reprinting, also in part, is prohibited. This publication represent the technical status at the time of printing.
© Copyright 2016 by Conrad Electronic SE.
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