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User Instructions; Typical Circuit Diagrams; Wiring Conversions; Initial Start-up - Danfoss TP2 Installation & User's Instructions

Electronic programmable room thermostats.
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TYPICAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

1
ROOM STAT
REPLACEMENT
IN HEATSHARE
SYSTEM
2
ZONE CONTROL
3
COMBI BOILER
CONTROL

WIRING CONVERSIONS

TP2, 3, 4, 5
PET1 (P) TP1 (R)
CM5000 (H)
RD3, RD3A, (R)
R504 (R)
RTC, RTM (D) RSR/M (R)
RADI (L)
RTE (D)
T6060B, T6160B (H)
TP2, 3, 4, 5
T4160B (H)
TLX 2259 (S)
TLX 2356 (S)
SRT2 (SW)
PRT1 (P)
PRT2 (P)
(
D) Drayton
(H)
Honeywell
(L)
Landis & Gyr
(P)
Potterton
TIME CONTROL
DHW
HTG
N
L
ON
OFF ON
CYL.
1
STAT
3
3 PORT VALVE
BOILER
PUMP
MAINS
NEUTRAL
LIVE
1
TP
3
ZONE
VALVE
CONTROL CIRCUIT
1
TP
3
N
L OUT
IN
BOILER TERMINALS
(see key to manufacturer below)
ON
OFF
COM
N
3
2
1
-
1
2
L
N
B
C
A
-
2
-
1
4
1
2
3
N
1
2
3
N
2
3
1
-
2
3
1
4
3
4
1
2
ON
OFF
COM
N
3
2
1
-
3
-
1
2
1
-
3
4
1
2
3
-
3
2
1
-
H
-
L
N
H
-
TL
N
(R)
Randall
(S)
Satchwell/Sunvic
(SO)
Sopac
(SW)
Switchmaster

USER INSTRUCTIONS

INITIAL START-UP

Slide the battery cover to the left to reveal
the programming buttons. Slide the cover
further left to reveal the batteries. Remove
the paper insulator from between the
TP
batteries and contacts. Reset the unit as
described below. The blank display changes
to that shown in Fig.3. (if the actual air
temperature in proximity of the unit is higher than 16°C the flame
symbol will not be displayed. The day will only appear on models
TP3 and TP5.) Slide the battery cover to the right but leave the
.
buttons visible

RESET

The unit may be reset to 12:00PM (MO) and the factory set
programme by pressing and holding down the four buttons,
temperature
and

SETTING THE CLOCK

Press the PROGRAMME button once; the colon is no longer
flashing, (see Fig.4.). Use the + and - button to set the time. Hold
down a button to change the time quickly; press and release a
button to change the time by one minute. When the time and AM
or PM are correct, press the PROGRAMME button to start the
clock. On models TP2 and TP4 "Set Day" (Fig.5.) does not occur.
If you have a TP3 or TP5, now only the day and the colon are on
display, (Fig.5.). Use the + or - button to select the correct day.
Press PROGRAMME to display the first setting (Fig.6.).
REVIEWING THE EXISTING SETTINGS AND
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
show the display of various settings in the sequence. The time and/
or temperature of each setting may be altered to your own
requirements using the + and - (time) and
buttons.
Fig.4. Set time
-
-
-
-
Fig.7. Setting 2.
-
-
-
-
5
-
-
Fig.3. RUN mode
, time + and -, until the display goes blank.
and
Fig.5. Set day. TP3 & TP5 only.
Fig.6. Setting 1.
Fig.8. Last setting.
(temperature)
RUN

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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