Honeywell HR90 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    1 2. Brief description 214430 The HR90 radiator controller is certified by eu.bac. With the electro[...]

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    2 3. Device overview Operating elements and display 8 5 7 3 2 1 4 11 10 9 6 PROG AU TO MANU OK ECO 1[...]

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    3 1 . Pull off the adjustment dial. T o do so, start at the notch on the bottom of the device. 2 . I[...]

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    4 Selecting the adapter The radiator controller fits on common radiator valves of the type M30 x 1.[...]

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    5 Securing the radiator controller i The radiator controller and the batteries can be secured agains[...]

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    6 Cable connection i For further information also refer to the documentation for HCW23, RF20 and HCA[...]

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    7 Saving energy in ECO mode In ECO mode, the room tempera ture in automatic mode specified by the t[...]

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    8 7. Programming – T emperatures Three preset temperatures can be assigned to the set points in th[...]

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    9 The example shows the following time program: Set- point Time T emperature 1 6:00 – 9:00 20 °C [...]

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    10 Deleting a setpoint f When a setpoint is not required, select the temperature setting --.- and co[...]

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    11 9. Controller operating parameters Overview If required, the 19 basic settings (parameters) can b[...]

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    12 Changing parameters 1 . Keep the PROG button pressed for at least 10 seconds until Parameter 1 ?[...]

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    13 Parameters 5 to 7 – Window function In order to save energy , the radia tor controller closes t[...]

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    14 10. Further functions Monitoring functions Window function If you open a window causing the tempe[...]

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    15 11. Help with problems Error table Problem/ Display Cause Remedy flashes Batteries flat Replace[...]

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