Eberle Instat+ 2R

Eberle Instat+ 2R manual

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  • User and installation guide
    INSTAT
    +
    2R
    Room Temperature Controller
    468 931 003 114
    06490047001 ISSD
    I. User Guide
    Operation (Overview)
    1. Principle of function
    INSTAT
    +
    the programmable room thermostat allows you to set time periods (up to 6
    per day) and temperatures to suit your own lifestyle. Once fully installed and powered
    the device will automatically set the correct time and in auto mode will control your
    heating system according to pre-set program 1 (see 7.). The temperature is controlled
    by sensing 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.
    NOTE:
    The adjusted values (while programming) will be accepted automatically after ~5 sec.
    2. How to insert batteries (2 AA 1,5V Alkaline)
    3. Automatic mode (AUTO)
    In this mode, the room temperature is automatically controlled according to the pre-
    set program. The pointer indicating the mode is set to AUTO. The number at the
    bottom right indicates the program event during the day. (Fig. 1)
    4. How to change the temperature for a short period of time
    (override)
    When in AUTO mode, you can override the existing temperature setting for a short
    period of time.
    Press the + or – buttons to change the temperature setting.
    While in temperature override the pointer indicates both AUTO and MAN (Fig. 2).
    When the next programmed time/temperature event is reached, the device will revert
    to the AUTO mode.
    5. How to set a constant room temperature (manual operation)
    In this mode, a constant temperature can be set, and the pre-set program is ignored.
    The temperature last selected is chosen as the initial temperature.
    How to activate this mode
    Press the < button until the pointer indicates MAN (Fig. 3).
    Set the temperature by pressing the +- button
    Exit the mode
    by pressing the > button
    6. How to set the room temperature for a set time
    (holiday/party mode)
    In this mode, the temperature can be set for periods of time ranging from a few hours
    up to 199 days, e.g. when you are away from home for longer periods of time
    (holidays).
    The remaining hours/days are shown. Time periods between 1 hour and 23 hours and
    1 day and 199 days can be set.
    How to activate this mode
    Press the < button until the pointer indicates the suitcase icon (Fig. 4)
    Set the temperature by pressing the +- button
    Select the time by pressing the < button
    Set the time by pressing the +– button
    Once you have set your time period, the time will flash for 10 seconds and then start
    the holiday/party period.
    To exit this mode, press < or >.
    When hours have been set, the controller will return to AUTO mode once the set
    hours have passed.
    When days have been set, the controller will return to AUTO mode at midnight of the
    last day.
    Note: the current day (today) must be included in the setting.
    e.g. 1 day is set; the controller returns to AUTO today at midnight.
    Days
    Temperature
    see note below
    + or – buttons
    for setting
    values e. g.
    temperature
    Pointer indicates
    the day of the week
    Flame icon
    (heating on)
    Time
    Pointer indicates
    the current mode
    Modes:
    automatic, manual,
    holiday, day, program
    (see 3., 4., 5., 6.)
    Moves the pointer
    to the left e. g. to
    select the mode
    Moves the pointer
    to the right e. g. to
    select the mode
    Setting the clock
    (see 11.)
    Time / Temperature
    Program events 1…6
    in sequence morning,
    midday and night (see 7.)
    Note: Temperature displayed is actual room temperature.
    After pressing + or – button the set temperature is displayed. Once adjustment
    is complete and after 5 seconds display will show actual room temperature.
    Battery run low
    (see 10.)
    Fig. 1 Fig. 2
    Fig. 3 Fig. 4
    7. Pre-set programs
    There are 3 pre-set time/temperature programs which are already available in the
    controller. Pre-set program 1 (as shown below) is the default. Therefore, if pre-set
    program 1 is the best program to suit your lifestyle, you do not need to change the
    time/temperature settings on the device.
    To select an other program see 9.3
    Program 1 (home during the day)
    Monday to Friday
    Events 1 23456
    Time 6:00 8:30 12:00 14:00 17:00 22:00
    Temperature °C 21,0 18,0 21,0 18,0 21,0 15,0
    Saturday and Sunday
    Events 1 23456
    Time 7:00 10:00 12:00 14:00 17:00 23:00
    Temperature °C 21,0 18,0 21,0 21,0 21,0 15,0
    Program 2 (home for lunch and on weekends)
    Monday to Friday
    Events 1 23456
    Time 6:00 8:30 12:00 14:00 17:00 22:00
    Temperature °C 21,0 18,0 21,0 18,0 21,0 15,0
    Saturday and Sunday
    Events 1 23456
    Time 7:00 10:00 12:00 14:00 17:00 23:00
    Temperature °C 21,0 21,0 21,0 21,0 21,0 15,0
    Program 3 (at work all day)
    Monday to Friday
    Events 1 23456
    Time 6:00 8:30 12:00 14:00 17:00 22:00
    Temperature °C 21,0 18,0 18,0 18,0 21,0 15,0
    Saturday and Sunday
    Events 1 23456
    Time 7:00 10:00 12:00 14:00 17:00 23:00
    Temperature °C 21,0 18,0 21,0 21,0 21,0 15,0
    8. How to adjust the pre-set time/temperature program to suit
    personal needs
    Select the day function by pressing the > button up to position "Day"
    Select the day by pressing the +- button
    Set the times for this day
    Select the event (1…6) by pressing the > button
    Set the time by pressing the +- button
    Select the temperature by pressing the > button
    Set the temperature by pressing the +- button
    The > button must be pressed to accept a setting.
    If you wish to change other events or days, repeat the actions described above. To
    return to the auto mode, press the < button.
    Note: The last event of the current day can be extended up to the first event of the
    following day.
    6:00 h 8:00 h 10:00 h 12:00 h 14:00 h 16:00 h 18:00 h 20:00 h 22:00 h
    °C
    22
    21
    20
    19
    18
    17
    16
    15
    14
    Mon – Fri
    Sat – Sun
    6:00 h 8:00 h 10:00 h 12:00 h 14:00 h 16:00 h 18:00 h 20:00 h 22:00 h
    °C
    22
    21
    20
    19
    18
    17
    16
    15
    14
    Mon – Fri
    Sat – Sun
    6:00 h 8:00 h 10:00 h 12:00 h 14:00 h 16:00 h 18:00 h 20:00 h 22:00 h
    °C
    22
    21
    20
    19
    18
    17
    16
    15
    14
    Mon – Fri
    Sat – Sun
    Table 1 User options
    User
    options Description Select between Default
    1 Change 12 h or 24 h clock 12 24 24
    2 Change he manual set point temperature 7 32 20
    3 Change to another pre-set program 1 3 1
    4 Change the number of program events per day 2, 4 or 6 6
    5 Switch on/off automatic daylight savings time/standard time change ON OFF ON
    6 Change temperature display –5.0 5.0 0.0
    7 Restore the built in time temperature programs ON OFF OFF
    8 Switch off the thermostat ON OFF OFF
    Pay attention to correct
    polarity of the batteries!
    If operating mode "7 days" is chosen (see installer options, option 1), the days can be
    selected as blocks or individual days (Fig. 5 to 8).
    The blocks are selected by repeatedly pressing the > button.
    Note: To facilitate programming, blocks of days with the same times/temperatures can
    be formed before starting.
    Fig. 5: Fig. 6:
    Monday to Friday as one block Saturday and Sunday as one block
    (working days) (days off)
    Fig. 7: Fig 8:
    Each day is individual day Monday to Sunday as one block (all days)
    9. How to change user options
    The controller offers a number of options that can be changed by the user (see Table 1.).
    To activate the menu, in AUTO Mode press the < and > buttons simultaneously
    for 3 seconds
    elect an option by pressing the < or > button
    Change an option by pressing the +- button
    Press < or > to accept each change.
    To exit the menu, press the < and > buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
    If no button is pressed within 2 minutes, the device will return to the auto mode.
    9.1 How to change from 24h to 12h clock (option 1, table 1)
    Shows the time as 24 hours or 12 hours
    9.2 How to change the manual set point temperature (option 2, table 1)
    Setting the temperature used when the manual mode is selected for the first time, e.g. 20°C
    9.3 How to change to another pre-set program (option 3, table 1)
    Selection of a pre-set program to be used for programming events (see 7.).
    9.4 How to change the number of events per day (option 4, table 1)
    2, 4 or 6 time/temperature events can be selected for all days according to individual
    need (not used events will be skipped). If there is no need for e.g. 6 events, choosing
    4 makes programming easier.
    9.5 How to switch on/off the automatic daylight savings time/standard time
    change (option 5, table 1)
    You can select whether or not you want the time change to be carried out
    automatically. If it is not carried out automatically, the time has to be adjusted
    manually (see 11.).
    9.6 How to change the temperature display (option 6, table 1)
    The temperature display can be adjusted to individual needs, e.g. 3 = +0,3°; -15 = -1,5°.
    9.7 How to restore the built in time temperature programs (option 7, table 1)
    Restores the pre-set programs to its original factory settings.
    9.8 How to switch off the programmable thermostat (option 8, table 1)
    When switched off, the programmable thermostat no longer controls the room
    temperature and the room is not heated. The display will show OFF, and the buttons
    will not function.
    In the installer options (refer to Installation Guide) you can select whether or not frost
    protection is to active (heating is called for if the temperature falls below 5°C) when
    the programmable thermostat is switched off.
    10. How to change the batteries
    When the batteries start to run low, the battery icon (refer to Fig. 1) starts to blink.
    The controller continues to function normally.
    After roughly 6 months, the device will cease to function and will permanently display
    the battery icon (Fig. 9).
    Disposal of batteries according to legislation.
    Fig. 9
    11. How to change the time, day, month and year
    The controller comes with a pre-set clock, which also automatically switches from day-
    light savings time to standard time.
    There should be no need to change these settings. However, should the need arise, the
    settings can be changed in the following way.
    Activate the clock mode:
    Select DAY with button > and then Sunday with button +
    With button > move through all 6 time/temperature events (without any modifiaction)
    until the pointer indicates the clock icon.
    The time will now flash.
    Set the time by pressing the +- button
    Press the > button to select the day Press the +- button to change the setting
    Press the > button to select the month Press the +- button to change the setting
    Press the > button to select the year Press the +- button to change the setting
    Press the > button to return to the AUTO mode
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Eberle Instat+ 2R specifications

General
Brand Eberle
Model Instat+ 2R
Product Thermostats
EAN 4017254140716
Language English
Filetype PDF
Power
Power source Battery
Battery type AA
Number of batteries supported 2
Battery voltage 1.5
Battery life 3
Maximum switching current 16
Features
Cooling
International Protection (IP) code IP30
Temperature setpoint range 7 - 32
Temperature increment 0.1
Product colour White
Units of measurement °C
Memory function
Programmable
Smart thermostat -
Manual temperature adjustment
Weight & dimensions
Width 137mm
Weight 200
Height 96.5mm
Depth 31.3mm
Packaging content
Handheld remote control
Sensors
Temperature sensor
Display
Display Digital

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