This is an easy-to-use MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT. It allows an accurate room temperature adjustment in the hosting room, thus meeting any users’ needs as far as room comfort.
CONFORMITY TO THE STANDARDS
This product complies with:
- EN 60730-1 and subsequen revisions
- EN 60730-2-9
CONFORMITY TO THE GUIDELINES
- This product complies with:
- LVD 2014/35/EU
- Class ErP I (+1%) – EU 811/2013
It is recommended to install the appliance strictly in compliance with all safety and law provisions in force.
Before connecting the thermostat, make sure that the supply voltage of the UNIT TO BE CONTROLLED (boiler, pump, air-conditioning system, etc.) is NOT CONNECTED and that it matches the indication given inside the appliance (250V~ max). (fig.5)
In case of repeated malfunctioning, please call our Technical Service. Do not tamper for any reason with any part of the thermostat.
Maximum capacity of the contacts 16(2,5)A/250V~
Type of action 1B
Temperature regulation range 5°÷30°C
Temperature differential 0,4K÷0,8K
Output switching contacts
Degree of protection IP 20
Insulation class Double insulation
Pollution degree 2
Storage temperature 0°÷50°C
Rated impulse withstand voltage 4kV
Installation to the wall
Temperature rate of change 1K/15min.
Thermostat control keys
1 = Temperature setting knob (fig. 1)
2 = Warning lamp (TA3-A, TA3-B, TA3-C)
3 = ON/OFF switch (TA3-B) or SUMMER/WINTER switch (TA3-C)
Sub-base fitting = cod. 004095 (fig.3)
Special fitting for temperature range restrictions or for the temperature lock at a pre-set value. = cod. 000071 (fig.4)
PLACEMENT OF THE THERMOSTAT
Install the thermostat away from heat sources (radiators, sunrays, and kitchens) and away from doors/windows, at approx. 1,5 m height from the floor. (fig.6)
INSTALLATION AND WIRING CONNECTIONS
A) In case the thermostat shall be installed either in a round built-in box (having distance between centres equal to 60mm), or on an uneven wall surface or in other particular locations, it is recommended to use a sub-base fitting (see paragraph “Optional Accessories ”). Fix the fitting to the wall through two holes other than the ones marked as B-B, which are exclusively provided for the thermostat installation. (fig.7)
B) Remove the front cover from the thermostat base by releasing the provided clip (fig.8), then fix it to the wall (or to the sub-base fitting) through the provided holes (fig.9) and tighten it by means of suitable screws having max of 3,5 mm.
C) Thread the power supply wires through the slot in the base and connect them to the terminals as per the wiring diagram sketched inside the appliance. Snap the front cover back. (fig.10)
Description of controls and operation
TURNING THE THERMOSTAT ON AND OFF
On TA3-B, put the switch onto the “ON” position to start the equipment or onto the “OFF” to turn it off. (fig.12)
When the appliance is connected and the electric power is switched on, set the desired room temperature simply by turning the temperature-adjusting knob to the corresponding value on the graduated scale. (fig.11)
RESTRICTION AND TEMPERATURE LOCK
THE TEMPERATURE RANGE RESTRICTION AND TEMPERATURE LOCK OPERATIONS MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.
TEMPERATURE RANGE RESTRICTION
Remove the front cover from the thermostat base by releasing the provided clip. (fig.8)
Insert the provided fitting (see paragraph “Optional Accessories ”) in the knob at the desired limit points (min. and max.) according to the corresponding values marked on the knob body. Make sure that the metal retainer remains in its correct position between the min. and max. limit points. (fig.14); Snap the front cover back.
Position the knob to correspond with the desired temperature value, then separate the base from the cover by pressing the appropriate retaining tooth. (fig.8) Insert the two special accessories (see chapter “Accessories upon Request”) on the sides of the metal stop in order to prevent the handle from moving (fig.15); put the lid back on the product.
On TA3-C, put the switch onto the position to set up the “summer” operation mode (air conditioning system), or onto the “ ” position to set up the “winter” operation mode (heating system). (fig.13 ” position to set up the “winter” operation mode (heating system). (fig.13)
The system does not startPossible cause
- Wrong wiring
- The set room temperature has been already reached
- Switch on OFF position
- Wrong setting of summer/winter switch
- Check if the wiring connections to the thermostat terminals were carried out as per wiring diagram
- Increase or reduce the set temperature value according to the system application
- Put switch onto ON position
- Make sure the switch is on position (heating system) or o position (air conditioning system)
The ambient temperature does not correspond to the temperature set on the thermostatPossible cause
- Incorrect positioning of the thermostat within the room
- Air draughts coming from the electrical wires conduit
- Follow the instructions of paragraph “Placement of the thermostat”
- Seal the conduit to prevent warm or cold air draughts