Magnum Standard Control manual

Magnum Standard Control
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MAGNUM Standard Control

On/O Thermostat

Installation manual

PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE
INSTALLATION, AND STORE WITH OTHER WARRANTEE
FORMS.
The MAGNUM Standard Control is an electronic thermostat
with four functions: Room sensor, oor sensor, power regulator
and room sensor with max./min. limiter. This thermostat can
also be set up for setback temperature.
1. Startup
Remove the adjustment wheel with a screwdriver. The front cover
can the be removed by pushing in the locking clips on each side
of the thermostat (as shown in g.2). Be careful when doing this
in order not to damage the thermostat. When the thermostat has
been connected to the power source, push the on/o button.
Never dismantle the thermostat when the power is switched on.
2. Sensor choice
When choosing a sensor type, the thermostat should not be
connected to a power source.
• Floor sensor (standard)
Jumper placement: Covering the two pins on the left.
Application: The temperature is regulated by the oor sensor.
• Room sensor
Jumper placement: Covering the two pins in the right
Application: The temperature is regulated by the room sensor.
• Room sensor with limiter
Jumper placement: Covering the two pins on the right + the
oor sensor connected
Application: The temperature is regulated by the room sensor,
but the oor sensor overrides the room sensor if the oor
temperature exceeds the maximum limit temperature. The limiter
can be regulated between 20°C and 30°C. For parquet ooring, a
maximum of 27°C is recommended by most ooring manufac-
turers. Please follow the recommendations provided by your
manufacturer.
• Power regulator
Jumper placement: Covering the two center pins
Application: The eect regulator has a 30 min cycle. The desired
on/o interval can be set from 0 to 10, where each level increases
the on-time by 3 minutes.
Example: When the thermostat is set to level 3, the heating
element is switched on for 9 minutes, then o for 21 minutes in
the 30 minute cycle. If the thermostat is set to level 6, the heating
element is switched on for 18 minutes, then o for 12 minutes.
Fig.2
Bi-LED diode
Adjustment wheel
Fig.1
123 4567
HEATING L
SENSOR
PILOT WIRE
L
HEATING N
N
Fig.2
Bi-LED diode
Adjustment wheel
Fig.1
123 4567
HEATING L
SENSOR
PILOT WIRE
L
HEATING N
N
Fig.2
Bi-LED diode
Adjustment wheel
Fig.1
123 4567
HEATING L
SENSOR
PILOT WIRE
L
HEATING N
N
3. Connecting the thermostat
The termostat must be connected to the power source according to
the connection diagram. All heating systems must be equipped with
a residual current disrupter with 30mA. Max load for the thermostat is
16A/3600W at 230V. If the load is higher, the thermostat must be con-
nected to a contactor. The thermostat does not have galvanic insulation
between high and low current. The sensor must therefore be considered
as live (230V) and needs to be installed in accordance with the rules for
high current installations and national installation requirements.
Caution: When reattaching the thermostat cover, make sure the ven-
tilation on the top and bottom of the thermostat is not covered up.
4. Setback temperature
The Multireg thermostat does not have a built-in setback temperature
option, but by connecting an external timer to the S and L clamps, the
temperature can be lowered by 3°C at desired times.
5. Calibrating the temperature
When connecting the oor heating system for the rst time, the tem-
perature should be set at a maximum of 15°C to 20°C. The thermostat
should be calibrated after 2-3 days. Pull out the adjustment wheel
carefully (without turning it) until it comes loose. Use a thermometer to
check the actual temperature, and push the adjustment wheel back onto
the thermometer in accordance with the measured temperature. If the
oor heating has been switched o during the summer, this procedure
should be repeated when it is switched back on.
6. Bi-LED diode
• Green light when the thermostat is in a standby mode.
• Constant red light when the relay is engaged and the power is on.
• Blinking red light when there is a sensor malfunction or the oor sensor
is disconnected.
7. Technical data
Voltage 230 VAC AC ± 15% 50 Hz
Max. load 3600W (resistive load)
Max. current 16 Amp
Power consumption 0,5W
IP-class IP 21
Power regulator Time cycle: 0-30 min
Min/Max inst. temp. -20°C - +60°C
Min/Max oper. temp. 0° - 50°C
Temperature intervals Floor sensor: 5°C - 40°C
Room sensor 5°C - 40°C
Hysteresis 0.5°C
Sensor values 0°C 29,1 Kohm
10°C 18,6 Kohm
15°C 15,1 Kohm
20°C 12,2 Kohm
25°C 10,0 Kohm
Switch 2-pole switch
Colors White RAL 9010 (5430333)
White RAL 9003 (5430444)
Floor sensor Length 3 meters. The cable can be extended
10 meters by using a proper installation cable.
Fig.2
Bi-LED diode
Adjustment wheel
Fig.1

123 4567

HEATING
L
SENSOR
PILO
T WIRE
L
HEATING
N
N
Torque: Max. 2Nm
Clamp 1+ 2Sensor - Floor sensor
Clamp 3: Pilot wire (connected to L for
setback temperature)
Clamp 4: Heating L
Clamp 5: L
Clamp 6: Heating N
Clamp 7: N
Fig.2
Bi-LED diode
Adjustment wheel
Fig.1

123 4567

HEATING L
SENSOR
PILOT WIRE
L
HEATING N
N

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Model Standard Control
Product Thermostats
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