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Danfoss TP2 Installation & User's Instructions

Electronic programmable room thermostats.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

Control Temperature Range
Power Supply
Switch Action
Switch Rating
Temperature Accuracy
Timing Accuracy
Enclosure Rating
Max. Ambient Temperature
Designed to meet BS EN60730-2-9
Overall Dimensions
Control Pollution Situation
Rated Impulse Voltage
Ball Pressure Test
Power Reserve
FEATURES
Controls central heating systems to provide different room
temperatures up to 6 times a day.
The TP3 and TP5 have one programme for Monday to Friday,
with a different programme for Saturday and Sunday.
TP2 and TP3 have minimum temperature setting of 16°C, ideal
for use in elderly persons accommodation.
Setting the TP4 and TP5 to the lowest temperature will
effectively switch off the heating, whilst providing frost protection
for the controlled area.*
A constant low temperature is easily selected while away from
home, for example, when on holiday.
Battery operated. Ideal for low voltage control circuits, e.g.
some combi-boilers, as well as for mains voltage circuits.
Batteries can be changed without loss of programme.
Wiring conversion chart for common room thermostats included.
*
This low temperature selection should not be used for Frost
Protection if some parts of the heating system are in an exposed
location.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

NEW INSTALLATION

Choose a fixing position where the thermostat will sense the room
temperature without being affected by draughts or heat sources
such as radiators, open fires or direct sunlight. Fix at height of
approximately 1.5 metres from the floor.
Cable entry is from behind if fitted to a single gang flush box, or
from above, below or from the left if surface fixed cable is used.
Fig.1. shows fixing hole dimensions and the clearance required for
the removal of the sliding cover, and for air flow over the sensor.
Standard M3.5 screws are used to fix the thermostat to a flush box,
or No.6 woodscrews and wall plugs of adequate length should be
used for surface fixing.
: 5-30°C
: 2 x AA / MN 1500 / LR6 High Quality
Alkaline Batteries
: 1 x SPDT, type 1B
: 220/240Vac, 50/60Hz, 6(2)A
: ± 1°C
: ± 1 min/month
: IP20
: 45°C
: 99 wide x 81mm high x 34 deep
: Degree 2
: 2.5Kv
: 75°C
: 1 minute for battery change
This product complies with the following EC Directives :
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Directive.
(EMC) (89\336\EEC), (92\31\EEC)
Low Voltage Directive.
(LVD) (73\23\EEC), (93\68\EEC)
Fig.1. Fixing centre and clearances.
REPLACING AN ORDINARY ROOM THERMOSTAT
Switch OFF the power to the central
heating system.
Carefully note which wire colours are
connected to which terminal numbers
of the existing thermostat.
If the existing thermostat has no
indication of the numbers of each of
its terminals then a qualified electrician
should be called before proceeding
any further.
Remove the existing thermostats
mounting plate from the wall, and
prepare the wall to receive the
Programmable Room Thermostat. Refer to Fig.1. for dimensions.
Connect the wires to the new thermostat referring to the wiring
conversion chart overleaf.
NOTE:
Some existing thermostats will have a Neutral wire and/or an Earth
wire connected. These wires must NOT be connected to the new
terminals, but made electrically safe and coiled in the recess at the
back of the new thermostat. If in any doubt about the function of every
wire connected to the existing thermostat, call a qualified electrician for
advice.
Live
Switched
input
output
ON
OFF
COM
3
2
1
Fig.2. Terminals on rear
of unit

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  • Page 1: Technical Specification

    The TP3 and TP5 have one programme for Monday to Friday, with a different programme for Saturday and Sunday. TP2 and TP3 have minimum temperature setting of 16°C, ideal for use in elderly persons accommodation. Setting the TP4 and TP5 to the lowest temperature will effectively switch off the heating, whilst providing frost protection for the controlled area.*...
  • Page 2: User Instructions

    PROGRAMMING YOUR OWN Now each press of the PROGRAMME button shows, in, turn, the set times, (six with the TP2 and TP4, twelve with the TP3 and TP5), together with their associated control temperatures. Figs. 6 to 8 COMBI BOILER show the display of various settings in the sequence.
  • Page 3: Factory Pre-set Programmes

    FACTORY PRE-SET PROGRAMMES BATTERY REPLACEMENT When the batteries approach the end of their life, a battery symbol blinks in the TP2, TP4 (Everyday) TP3, TP5 (Saturday to Sunday) display (Fig.10.). When this symbol appears TP3, TP5 (Monday to Friday) both batteries should be replaced with high...
  • Page 4 Danfoss Randall can accept no responsibility for possible errors in catalogues, brochures and other printed material, and reserves the right to alter its products without notice. This also applies to products already on order provided that such alterations can be made without subsequent changes being necessary in specifications already agreed.

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  • Michael Swerdlow Feb 14, 2020 10:44:
    Dear Danfoss
    Ca​​n I please check the operation of my Danfoss TP room thermostat​​. Your manual shows six setting for weekdays and six for the weekend. I am right in saying that these are pairs of settings in that the first switches the heating on and the next switches it off, then the next switches it on again and the next switches it off again, and so on. The reason I ask is that I thought I had set it correctly to go off before I went to bed at midnight and yet the heating has been coming on by itself at 1am which meant I had to turn it off manually by means of the temp control.
    R​​egards
    ​Mic​hael
  • Michael Swerdlow Feb 14, 2020 10:52:
    Dear Danfoss
    Ca​n I please check the operation of my Danfoss TP room thermostat​. Your manual shows six setting for weekdays and six for the weekend. I am right in saying that these are pairs of settings in that the first switches the heating on and the next switches it off, then the next switches it on again and the next switches it off again, and so on. The reason I ask is that I thought I had set it correctly to go off before I went to bed at midnight and yet the heating has been coming on by itself at 1am which meant I had to turn it off manually by means of the temp control.
    R​egards
    Mic​hael