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Description

Using the thermostat function, you can select heating or cooling options for several different zones or rooms. The thermostat works with a heating or cooling module or, in the case of electric heating, with the three or six-fold switching module. See Heating- or cooling module.

Up to 20 thermostats may be added in one Niko Home Control installation.

Overview


Operation

Each thermostat can be programmed independently. There are three weekly programmes to choose from: two for the heating function and one for the cooling function. In addition, there are five temperature settings (DAY, NIGHT, ECO, COOL, and OFF). You can use the pre-programmed settings or enter your personal settings.

Follow the steps below to select one of the pre-programmed weekly programmes or temperature settings:

  1. Touch one of the buttons to light up the display. When not in use, the display is dimmed to reduce energy consumption.
  2. Hold down button "C" to view the menu.
    The following screen will appear:
  3. Navigate to the weekly programme or temperature setting of your choice and press button "C".

The following temperature factory settings are pre-programmed into the system:

DAY

21 °C

NIGHT

16 °C

ECO

18 °C

COOL

24 °C

OFF

7 °C

The following weekly programme settings are pre-programmed into the system:

PROG1

Weekday

6 AM => 8 AM  DAY

8 AM => 4 PM  NIGHT

4 PM => 6 PM  ECO

6 PM => 10 PM  DAY

10 PM => 6 AM  NIGHT


Weekend:

8 AM => 10 PM  DAY

10 PM => 8 AM  NIGHT

PROG2

Weekday:

8 AM => 10 PM  DAY

10 PM => 8 AM  NIGHT


Weekend:

8 AM => 10 PM  DAY

10 PM => 8 AM  NIGHT

PROG3

Weekday:

4 PM => 7 PM  COOL

7 PM => 4 PM  OFF


Weekend:

10 AM => 7 PM  COOL

7 PM => 10 AM  OFF

Residents can modify these settings according to their needs.

Modifying pre-programmed settings

To modify one of the pre-programmed settings:

  1. Touch one of the buttons to light up the display. When not in use, the display is dimmed to reduce energy consumption.
  2. Press button "C" until the following screen appears:
  3. Make sure PROG is selected and press button "C".
    The following screen will appear:

You can now select and modify the weekly programme or temperature level of your choice.

Modifying fixed temperature settings

To modify one of the fixed temperature settings:

  1. Navigate to the temperature setting you wish to modify.
  2. Press button "C".
    The following screen will appear:
  3. Enter the temperature setting of your choice using the navigation keys. Press button "C". The new temperature setting is now saved and you will be redirected to the previous screen.

Modifying weekly programmes

Weekly programmes include one or more daily programmes. These can be modified or added individually. To select a daily programme:

  1. Navigate to the weekly programme you wish to modify.
  2. Press button "C".
    The following screen appears:

    On this screen, the top row of amber-coloured dots represent the week whilst the bottom row of amber-coloured dots represent the weekend.
  3. Select one of the existing daily programs to customize it.
    Select add if you wish to add a new daily programme. 
  4. Press button "C".
    The daily programme will appear:

You can now modify the daily programme, add new time and temperature settings and delete existing settings.

To modify a daily programme:

  1. Select week or weekend and press button "C".
    The following screen will appear:
  2. Use the navigation keys to navigate through the days of the week. Press button "C" to activate or deactivate the days of your choice.
  3. Select back using the navigation keys and press button "C".
    The following screen will appear:
  4. Select the time and temperature setting you wish to modify and press button "C".
    The following screen will appear:
  5. Select the time setting and press button "C".
    The following screen will appear:

    Enter the new time setting using the navigation keys. Press button "C" when you have completed the process.
  6. Select the new temperature setting and press button "C".
    The following screen appears:

    If you do not select a temperature setting, the system will automatically select DAY. The new temperature setting is now saved. You will return to the previous screen.
  7. Select back until you reach the following screen:
  8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 for each time setting and temperature setting you wish to modify or add.

Consult date and time

  • The date and time of the Niko Home Control installation are centrally controlled.
  • On the thermostat this data can only be consulted.
  1. Select DATE on the following screen:
  2. You can now see the settings for the year, month, day, hour and minutes.
  3. Select back to return to the start screen.

Calibrating the clock thermostat

If the thermostat temperature differs from the actual temperature, the thermostat must be calibrated.

  • Only calibrate the thermostat after the installation has been in use for at least two hours as this will ensure that the temperature displayed has stabilised. 
  • Do not calibrate the thermostat temperature under extreme temperature conditions.
  1. Measure the temperature in the centre of the room using a thermometer.
  2. Select CALIBRATION on the following screen:
  3. Press button "C".
  4. Use the navigation keys until the temperature on the display corresponds to the temperature measured in the centre of the room. Press button "C".

    You can increase or decrease the temperature on the display by six degrees.


  5. Select back using the navigation keys and press button "C".

Installation

A thermostat can be mounted in any room fitted with underfloor heating, a radiator, heating unit or cooling unit. It controls the heating or cooling for the room in which it is mounted.

The thermostat only functions properly when the temperature within the room can be measured accurately. Try to eliminate as many factors as you can that may inhibit the thermostat’s ability to accurately control the room temperature.

Do not mount the thermostat:

  • in direct sunlight.
  • on an outside wall.
  • within the immediate vicinity of a heat generating source (heater, radiator, etc.) or electrical equipment that may radiate heat (TV, computer, etc.).
  • behind a curtain.

Do not allow air to circulate behind the thermostat. If necessary, close the holes in the flush-mounting box.

See Installation in Push buttons with display.

Technical data

  • back-lit colour display
  • working voltage: 26 Vdc (SELV, safety extra-low voltage)
  • ambient temperature: 5 – 40 °C
  • dimensions of the display: 45 x 45 x 32 mm (HxWxD)
  • flush-mounting depth: 20 mm
  • daily/weekly programmes
  • 5 temperature settings: day, night, eco, off (frost-free) and cool
  • programming precision: 0.5°C
  • in conformity with IEC 60730-2-9, EN 50491-5-2, EN 50491-2 and EN 50090-2-3
  • protection degree: IP20



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