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TYBOX PAC

Programmable thermostat for heat pumps


TYBOX

Installation guide

DELTA DORE - Bonnemain 35270 COMBOURG - FRANCE E-mail : deltadore@deltadore.com

Device compliant with the requirements of directives: 2004/108/CE (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and 2006/95/CE (Low-Voltage Safety).

Because of changes in standards and equipment, the characteristics given in the text and the illustrations in this document are not binding unless confirmed by Delta Dore.

*2702005_rev1*

Warnings
Carefully read these instructions prior to installation. The unit must be installed in compliance with currently applicable standards. Always switch off the mains before installing or servicing the unit. Do not attempt to repair the unit yourself; an after-sales service is available. Check that the fastenings are suited to the surface that the unit will be attached to (plasterboard, brick, etc.). The diagrams provided are simplified for greater clarity. The protective units and other accessories required by the standards are not illustrated. Standard UTE NF C15-100 and good practice must be complied with. Connected or nearby equipment must not generate excessive interference (directive 2004/108/EEC).

Contents
Room unit mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Starting up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Basic configurations (menu 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5 7 8 9

Choice of programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Choice of programming increments . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Choice of heat pump type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Controlling the comfort temperature . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Circulator anti-seizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Advanced configurations (menu 2) . . . . . . . . . 11


Modification authorization for the user . . . . . . . . . 11 Correction of the measured temperature . . . . . . . 12 Automatic mode temperature display option . . . . . 13 Regulation time base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Configuring outputs S1 and S2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Return to the factory configuration . . . . . . . . .14 Summary table of configurations . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Technical characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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Room unit mounting


The room unit must be installed at a height of around 1.5 m, within arms reach to use the device. Remove the batteries protective tabs.

Connection
The following diagrams are block diagrams. The heat pump (PAC) inputs can be controlled by means of dry switches, TBTS or 230 Veff. (refer to the heat pump guide). If one of the inputs (change-over or thermostat) is controlled by 230 Veff, both inputs must be of the 230 Veff type. Refer to the heat pump guide.

To mount the unit on the wall, it must be separated from its support. To do so, unlock the casing, then separate the thermostat from its base. Unscrew the terminal box cover and lift it up as high as it will go to block it, then position the base on the wall running the wires out through the hole in the cover. Secure the base using suitable screws and screw anchors or fit onto a flush-mounted box (distance between centres 60 mm). Connect the control wires. Close the box and fully tighten the terminal box cover screw.
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Example 1: do not wire output S1 if the heat pump is non-reversible.


S1 S2
R C T

In this type of application, the menus must be set as follows: 1-06 = 1 and 2-10 = 0

NC NC

1 2 3 4 5

Thermostat input

Heat pump

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Connection
Example 2: output S1 controls the change-over. The S2 output controls the thermostats input.
S1
R

Starting up
When you turn the unit on for the first time, you will need to set the time.
Minutes Days
(1 : Monday ... 7 : Sunday)

1 2 3 4 5

Change-over input

S2

C T

Thermostat input

Heat pump

Hours

In this type of application, the menus must be set as follows: 1-06 = 0 and 2-10 = 0 or 2-10 = 1. Example 3: the S1 output controls the thermostats cool input. The S2 output controls the thermostats heat input.
S1
R

Turn the knob to The days flash.

1 2 3 4 5

Thermostat cool input

Press + or - to change the day, then press OK to confirm and continue on to the next setting. Repeat the operations to set the hours and minutes. To leave the time setting mode, turn the knob.
Heat pump

S2

C T

Thermostat heat input

In this type of application, the menus must be set as follows: 1-06 = 0 and 2-10 = 2.
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Configuration
To go to the configuration menus:
- Turn the knob to

Basic configurations (menu 1)


Press button 1, , then press and hold the i button for 5 seconds.

5 sec.

The unit will propose 2 configurations to choose from:


Unit version Basic configurations Advanced configurations

To change the various settings, press the + or buttons, then press OK to confirm the change and go to the next setting.
Weekly (by default) Choice of programming Daily

Unit version Configuration mode


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After each menu has been configured, the unit returns to the choice of menus. To exit the configuration, turn the knob to the right.

1-hour increments (by default) Choice of programming increments 30-minute increments 15-minute increments

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Basic configurations (menu 1)


Reversible heat pump (by default) (Heat and Cool) Non-reversible heat pump (Heat only)

Advanced configurations (menu 2)


Press button 2.

Choice of heat pump type

With thermostatic valve electric heating or hot water heaters, the Comfort temperature can be provided by adjusting the thermostat of each radiator. In this case, only Economy and Frost Protection temperatures are set by the TYBOX.

To change the various settings, press the + or buttons, then press OK to confirm the change and go to the next setting.

Comfort temperature set by the TYBOX (by default) Temperature control Comfort Comfort temperature set on each radiator or fan coil unit. Here, the display reads ConF during Comfort period. Anti-seizing off (by default) Circulator anti-seizing Anti-seizing enabled (circulator operates for 1 minute every 24 hours).
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Modification authorization for the user

Program and temperature settings (from 5 to 30C) modification authorized (by default) Program and set-point setting modification unauthorized (Heat comfort: 16 to 22C Cool comfort: 21 to 27C, Heat economy: 13 to 19C, Cool economy: 24 to 30C)

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Advanced configurations (menu 2)


Correction of the measured temperature. Correction possible from -5C to +5C in increments of 0.1C. Press the + or - buttons to make changes, and confirm with the OK button. Automatic mode temperature display option

Continuous set-point temperature display (by default) With this option, press i to display the room temperature. Continuous room temperature display. With this option, press i to display the set-point temperature.

If there is a difference between the temperature noted (thermometer) and the temperature measured and displayed by the unit, function 2-02 modifies the way the probe takes measurements so as to compensate for this difference. E.g. If the temperature displayed by the unit is 19C and the temperature measured is 20C, add 1C to the display and confirm by pressing OK.
Important: In order to change this setting, the unit has to have been running for at least 2 hours beforehand.

minutes (by default) Control time base minutes minutes

Configuring outputs S1 and S2

S1 controls the change-over (by default) Contact closed = Cool Contact open = Heat S2 controls the heat pump thermostat input S1 controls the change-over Contact open = Cool Contact closed = Heat S2 controls the heat pump thermostat input S1 controls the cool thermostat input S2 controls the heat thermostat input

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Return to the factory configuration


Returning to the factory configuration is possible for each of the menus. Turn the knob to , then press and hold the i button for 5 seconds.
Press the button of the menu you wish to rest, and hold the button for 5 seconds (example for menu 1).

Summary table of configurations


1-01 1-02 1-06
Type of programming 0 = weekly 1 = daily 2 = 15 minutes

No programming 0 = 1 hour 1 = 30 minutes Type of heat pump 0 = Reversible heat pump 1 = Non-reversible heat pump

1-08 1-09

Controlling the Comfort temperature 0 = controlled by the TYBOX 1 = by each radiator or convector Circulator anti-seizing feature 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled Modification authorization 0 = Program and settings may be changed 1 = Program not modifiable and set-point temperature settings limited (Heat comfort: 16 to 22C, Cool comfort: 24 to +/-3C, Heat economy: 13 to 19C, Cool economy: 27 to +/-3C) Correction of the measured temperature from -5C to +5C in increments of 0.1C Automatic mode temperature display option 0 = Set-point temperature display 1 = Room temperature display
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Then press the OK button to confirm the reset.

2-01

Follow the same steps for the other menus. To exit the mode, turn the knob to another mode.

2-02 2-04

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Summary table of configurations


2-08
Control time base 30 Minutes 45 Minutes 60 Minutes

Technical characteristics
Powered by 2 x LR03 batteries (supplied) One 2A / 230V operating contact S1 output (can be inverted by configuration) One 2 A/230 V change-over contact output Brownout: type 1.C automatic action Class II insulation Dimensions: LxHxD = 80 x 103 x 25 mm Protection index: IP 30 Installation in an environment with normal pollution levels Storage temperature: -10C to +70C Operating temperature: 0C to +40C

2-10

Configuring outputs S1 and S2 0 = S1: change-over, closed: cool, S2: control 1 = S1: change-over, closed: heat, S2: control 2 = S1: cool control, S2: heat control

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Troubleshooting
Nothing is displayed on the room unit screen. There is no power supply. Check the batteries. When setting the time, there is no option to set the day. You are in daily programming mode. To switch to weekly programming, refer to the installation guide or contact your installer or our customer service department. Your heating system is in Frost-Protection mode.

The thermostat is in the

, PROG or

position.

The indication is displayed. The batteries are low. Change the batteries, making sure they are the right way round. The relays do not switch. - Check that the indication is not on. - Check that the product is correctly screwed onto its support.

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