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Installation Guide
The connected heating controller

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    Installation Guide The connected heating controller...

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    Icon key Single Zone Thermostat evohome Controller ( Y87RF ) Room Temperature Sensor evohome Controller Wall Bracket ( HCW82 ) ( ATF600 ) evohome Controller Table Stand Room Temperature Sensor ( ATF800 ) ( HCF82 ) Digital Room Thermostat Radiator Controller ( HR92 )

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    It’s simple to install and easy to use. Follow these instructions to set up the evohome system. Devices that need to be connected to the mains electricity supply should be installed by a competent person.

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    Step 1: Wire up your heating system Connect all mains powered devices to the heating system Step 2: Set up your evohome Controller Power up the evohome Controller, connect to a WiFi network and follow the on-screen instructions for your system Go to Installer Menu...

  • Page 5: Step 1: Wire Up The Heating System

    Some devices need mains power or to be connected to external equipment and it's best to wire up these items first to simplify the binding process later in the setup. The evohome controller will give on screen instructions when these should be powered up.

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    Step 1: Wire up the heating system Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) If you’re fitting a Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) to your boiler, zone valve or Sundial valve Turn off at mains and Mount the Wireless Relay Box on a non- isolate the supply before metal surface at least 30cm from your boiler, starting...

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    Installation Guide Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) If you’re fitting a Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) You will need to install the CS92 Transceiver and only one of the two sensors (CS92 Strap-on Sensor or CS92 Insertion Sensor). To fit the CS92 Strap-on Sensor...

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    Step 1: Wire up the heating system Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) continued To fit the CS92 Insertion Sensor Fit in the cylinder immersion well with suitable fittings to provide strain relief and prevent accidental removal If the sensor doesn’t fit tightly in the immersion If this sensor is used in well fill the space with heat-conductive compound an unvented hot water...

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    Installation Guide Mixing Valve Controller (HM80), Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80), OpenTherm Bridge (R8810) If you’re fitting a Mixing Valve Controller (HM80), Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80), OpenTherm Bridge (R8810) Refer to the installation instructions supplied with each device...

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    Step 1: Wire up the heating system...

  • Page 11: Step 2: Set Up Your Evohome Controller

    Guided Configuration your evohome Controller will give you on-screen instructions to bind the other components to the evohome Controller – just follow the bind instruction for each device in this manual. In this section...

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    After 30 minutes pre-charged allowing the evohome Controller will emit a beep to indicate that you to set-up the system it should be replaced on the stand or wall bracket while off the table stand or wall bracket.

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    Language selection and WiFi configuration Select a language for the evohome controller and connect to a WiFi network Select a language for the evohome controller user interface Follow the on-screen instructions to connect to a WiFi If you don't have the network.

  • Page 14: Step 3: Power Up And Bind Devices

    * A Connected Pack contains devices which are already bound to the evohome Controller. Choosing "Guided Configuration" will delete the binding from evohome Controller and will require to be bound again. The Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) in a Connected Pack is bound as a boiler controller. If you...

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    Controller using the ‘Installation Menu’. It may be easier to power up and bind some devices while they’re close to the evohome Controller – you can install them in their assigned zones later.

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    – it should say BINDING new zone and press the green tick You should receive a SUCCESS message on the evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) 5. Press RADIATOR VALVE The name of the allocated zone should appear on 6.

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    Installation Guide Install the Radiator Controllers (HR92) Locate the room (zone) for the radiator controller Slide the locking mechanism to the unlock position Remove the adaptor from the bottom of the controller Unscrew the black wheel fully anti-clockwise Remove any existing control on the radiator valve...

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    HOT WATER You should receive a SUCCESS message on the CONFIGURATION evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) 5. Press the green tick Choose the correct hot water valve type for the system you’re installing and follow the on screen instructions...

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    (until the red LED blinks slowly) On the evohome Controller press the green bind button You should receive a SUCCESS message on the evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) The Wireless Relay Box in a Connected Pack is bound as a boiler controller.

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    2. Press the green tick On the evohome Controller press the green bind button 3. Press SYSTEM You should receive a SUCCESS message on the DEVICES evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) 4. Press BOILER CONTROL 5. Press BOILER RELAY PRESS PRESS...

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    On the evohome Controller press 3. Press SYSTEM the green bind button DEVICES You should receive a SUCCESS message on the 4. Press BOILER evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) CONTROL 5. Press OPENTHERM BRIDGE PRESS PRESS AND HOLD...

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    If you are NOT wired to the Zone Valve and powered up. following GUIDED CONFIGURATION If you want to control the zone temperature with the evohome follow these steps Controller (the evohome Controller needs to be located in that on your evohome zone) press YES, otherwise press NO and bind a sensor –...

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    The red LED light will flash You should receive a SUCCESS message on the evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) Then, on the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) Press and hold the button for 15 seconds (until the red...

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    Radiator Controller (HR80) Power up and bind a Radiator Controller evohome Controller (HR80) If you want to control the zone temperature with your evohome If you are NOT Controller (the evohome Controller needs to be located in that following GUIDED CONFIGURATION zone) press YES, otherwise press NO and bind the sensor.

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    Check that (all) the Radiator Controllers display SYNC. If a Radiator Controller does not display SYNC and the flashing RF icon remains, press back on the evohome Controller and press the green bind button again Press the next arrow on the evohome Controller BOTTOM VIEW...

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    Power up and bind an Underfloor Heating evohome Controller Controller (HCE80 or HCC80) If you are NOT If you want to control the zone temperature with your evohome following GUIDED Controller (the evohome Controller needs to be located in that CONFIGURATION follow these steps zone) press YES, otherwise press NO and bind a sensor –...

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    The red LED light will flash All of the remote You should receive a SUCCESS message on the room sensors will evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) automatically exit from their binding menu after a short period.

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    If the zone light is flashing GREEN (single stage bind): bind process while older versions have a two On the evohome Controller, press the green bind button stage bind process. Note the colour of the When the zone light turns solid YELLOW the...

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    If you are NOT A Mixing Valve Controller should only be fitted by a qualified following GUIDED fitter. Unless you’re using the evohome Controller as a sensor, CONFIGURATION you need to install a sensor (DTS92, Y87RF, HCW82 or HCF82) follow these steps on your evohome before binding the controller to the evohome Controller.

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    The red LED light will flash You should receive a SUCCESS message on the evohome Controller (if not go back and re-bind) Then on the Mixing Valve Controller Press and hold both buttons on the Mixing Valve...

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    Installation Guide Step 4: System test Now that all the devices are bound to your evohome Controller and installed in their final locations, check that the system works properly and that all the devices are responding to commands from the evohome Controller.

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    • The Relay Box will flash the red LED from 1 flash (poor) to 5 flashes (excellent) – no flashing means the Relay Box has not received a test signal from the evohome Controller Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80) • The Underfloor Heating Controller will flash the green LED for the zone you are testing from 1 flash (poor) to 5 flashes (excellent) –...

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    1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) – 0 means the Radiator Controller has not received a test signal from the evohome Controller. To exit test mode turn the dial to exit and press the button. It will also exit automatically after 10 minutes.

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    Turn the adjustment dial clockwise (approx two full rotations) until TEST is displayed The evohome Controller will display the signal strength (poor to excellent) – nothing on the evohome Controller display means the Radiator Controller has not received a test signal from the evohome Controller.

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    1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) – 0 means the Room Thermostat has not received a test signal from the evohome Controller. To exit test mode, press off on Room Thermostat for 5 seconds. It will exit automatically after 10 minutes.

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    30 seconds until the red LED goes off The red LED will flash each time it sends a test message The evohome Controller will display the signal strength (poor to excellent) – no flashing means the Temperature Sensor has not received a test signal from the evohome Controller.

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    The green light should come on. If it doesn’t, reinsert the batteries and try again The evohome Controller will display the signal strength (poor to excellent) and the transceiver should flash the red LED from 1 flash (poor) to 5 flashes (excellent) –...

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    Step 4: System test...

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    Once you’ve completed these steps you’re ready to start using your evohome system. You can also make parameter adjustments in the evohome Controller to match the exact requirements of the heating system. The operation and functions of the each zone can also be adjusted.

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    For more details on parameters visit www.evohome.honeywell.com Configuring a zone with multiple rooms evohome allows you to create a zone with multiple rooms (i.e. Bedroom's) that are controlled together as one group. It does this by letting all the radiator controllers bound to that zone to independently measure room temperature and control a radiator.

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    To add or replace a zone device such as a Radiator Controller or Temperature Sensor If the device you are On the evohome Controller press and replacing is no longer hold “Settings” for 3 seconds required in the system remove the power...

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    Configuration and modification...

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    Installation Guide Appendix Heating system schematics, Wiring diagrams In this section Sample evohome systems Wiring diagrams Safety information evohome Controller technical data...

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    Sample evohome systems Single zone Figure 1 Single zone system The evohome Controller is the sensor for the whole home which is controlled to the same time and temperature schedule. This system also includes wireless connectivity, which is available for any configuration.

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    Installation Guide Honeywell Y plan 1 three-port Figure 3 Honeywell Y plan mid-position valve The operation is identical to the S plan but it uses a single three-port or mid position valve. If a system has been BDR91 BDR91...

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    Appendix Wiring diagrams Connecting a Wireless Relay Box to a: Basic boiler Figure 5 Wiring for a basic boiler (not requiring a Place link here pump overrun). The relay powers the boiler live input. BDR91 A-B:5(3)A A-C:5(3)A 230V A B C 50-60Hz <5A Boiler that requires a permanent live...

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    Installation Guide Two-port zone valve Figure 7 Connecting a two port zone valve G/Y: Green/Yellow Earth wire BDR91 A-B:5(3)A BL: Blue Motor Neutral A-C:5(3)A BR: Brown Motor Live GR: Grey End switch (if 230V N L L A B C...

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    Appendix Wiring diagrams continued Sundial or system valves Figure 9 Two port valves with a wired boiler. If a wireless boiler relay is S Plan: 2 two-port valves with a wired boiler used the Grey, Orange wire and feed to pump and boiler are not required.

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    Installation Guide Y Plan: Three-port Mid position Figure 10 Mid position valve with a wired boiler (3 port) valve G/Yellow: Earth wire If a wireless boiler relay is used the Orange wire BLUE: Motor Neutral and feed to pump and boiler are not required.

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    This product has been designed for applications Hereby, Honeywell, declares that this as described within this document. For use evohome Controller is in compliance with outside of the scope as described herein, refer the essential requirements and other relevant to Honeywell for guidance. Honeywell cannot provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

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    Installation Guide evohome Controller technical data Electrical Table Stand Input voltage: 100-240V 50/60Hz 0.2A Power supply Output voltage: +5V Wall Bracket Input voltage: 230VAC ±10% Power supply Output voltage: 4VDC ±0.2V, max 2.6W Room unit power ±0.2V, max. 2.6W...

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    For more information on Smart Heat Zoning for your home, visit: www.evohome.honeywell.com Manufactured for and on behalf of the Environmental and Combustion Controls Division of Honeywell Technologies Sàrl, ACS-ECC EMEA, Z.A. La Pièce 16, 1180 Rolle, Switzerland by its Authorised Representative Honeywell Inc.

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