If several radiator controllers are to be controlled simultaneously
in one room:
Press the binding procedure button on all the radiator
Activate binding procedure at the command centre (see
operating instructions of the command centre).
During binding procedure, the
continuously in the display of the radiator controller. The
following is displayed:
The radiator controller receives data from the command
centre. This process can take up to 4 minutes.
Failed binding procedure
The binding procedure has failed if the
Take the following measures:
Remove the disturbing/shielding devices, e.g. wireless
headphones, cordless telephones, loudspeakers, garage door
Repeat the binding procedure.
symbol extinguishes during normal operation, possible
causes are discharged batteries at the command centre. You do
not have to repeat binding operation, if the communication is
reestablished. If you remove the batteries and insert them again,
the HR80 goes direct in sync mode.
The set temperature at the radiator controller is
automatically set to 20 °C.
FINISHING INSTALLATION OF RADIATOR CONTROLLER
Turn the retaining bracket
on the operating unit until
the tip points upwards.
The lock on the coupling
Slide the operating unit
onto the coupling module.
Turn the retaining bracket
to the side.
The operating unit and coupling module are connected
symbol disappears from the display of the
HR 80. The radiator controller is now ready for operation.
To separate operating unit and coupling module proceed in reverse
Every local change in the setpoint temperature remains valid until
a time program overwrites it automatically.
The set temperature is controlled by the command centre and
set there as well. For further information please refer to the
operating instructions of the command centre.
CHANGING SET TEMPERATURE WITH ADJUSTMENT DIAL
Turn the adjustment dial of the operating unit until the desired
set temperature (between 5 – 30 °C) is displayed.
The range for the set temperature (standard range: 5 – 30 °C) can
be restricted at the command centre.
In order to open or close the radiator valve completely:
Turn the adjustment dial until "OFF" (closed) or "ON" (opened)
is displayed. (If temperature limits are set, "ON"/"OFF" is not
symbol is shown
If Batt appears in the display, both batteries must be replaced.
If the batteries are too weak, the radiator controller opens the
radiator valve completely.
If the batteries are replaced after the binding procedure has been
The radiator controller waits for data from the command
centre (see section "Activating binding procedure").
If necessary, remove
Insert the new batteries
into the battery compart-
ment. Ensure that the
polarity is correct.
Close the battery
Do not dispose of batteries with household trash. They must be
returned in accordance with the local statutory requirements.
Always replace both batteries.
Only use 1.5 V alkaline batteries of the type LR06.
EMERGENCY OPERATION WITH EMPTY BATTERIES
1. Separate operating unit
from coupling module.
2. Use the adjustment dial to
open (in the direction of the
plus sign) or close (in the
direction of the minus sign)
the heating valve manually.
DEF (DEFAULT SETTING) AND FULL OPERATING MODES
In order to change between the two operating modes, press the
binding procedure button (1, section "Activating binding pro-
cedure") until the respective operating mode is shown on the
Def (default setting) operating mode
The HR 80 operates with the optimum valve lift that is required
for room temperature control.
Full operating mode
If the complete valve lift is to be used or if the valve does not
close completely, you have to set the HR 80 to the full
The battery lifetime is reduced in the full operating mode.
RESETTING THE HR 80 TO THE FACTORY SETTINGS
Separate operating unit from the valve lantern, see Section
"Finishing installation of radiator controller".
Remove the batteries.
Insert the batteries again while keeping the binding procedure
button (see section "Activating binding procedure") pressed.
Attach the operating unit to the valve lantern.