Microtemp room thermostats

 

MICROTEMP electronic thermostat for installation on to wall surface. The thermostat can be set within the +5 to 40°C temperature range. LED indication for energised heating.

 

 

CE MARKING

OJ declare under their own responsibility that this product meets the requirements of the European Councils directive 89/336 and successive modifications as to electro-magnetic compatibility and the Council directive 73/23 as to electrical equipment to be applied within certain voltage ranges. Standards applied: EN 50 081-2. EN 50 082-2, EN 60 730-1 and EN6073O-2-9.

 

The product can only be energised when the entire installation meets the current directive requirements

 

When the product is installed according to this instructions guide and the current installation guidelines, it is covered by factory guarantee

 

 

CLASSIFICATION

 

The product is a class II device (reinforced insulation) and the product must be connected to the following conductors:

Terminal 1 phase (F/Li)

Terminal 2 neutral (N/L2)

 

INSTALLATION

Install the product on to a wall or a terminal board with two screws in the ° keyholes”

 

 

THERMOSTAT POSITION WHEN APPLYING INTERNAL SENSOR

 

The thermostat is placed on the wall with free circulation around it and should not be

placed where it is influenced by other heat sources (e.g. the sun), draught from windows or doors, or by the outdoor temperature (outer wall).

 

 

MODES AND SETTINGS

 

TEMPERATURE SETTINGS

 

MICROTEMP has a scale range of +5 to +40°C. Red LED indication when heating is on to assist adjustment of the thermostat. The thermostat is set at max. temperature until the required room temperature has been obtained. Then turn back the thermostat until LED switches off. After one or two days fine-adjustments may be necessary.

 

 

THERMOSTAT ADJUSTMENT

 

When the room temperature has been stabilised then the thermostat knob can be adjusted. Measure the room temp with thermometer, remove the thermostat knob, and re-position it so that it indicates the measured temperature. The adjustments can be made in 3°C steps.