Connecting A Pump (230 V~, Opt.); Connecting The Mixing Valve (230 V~); Connecting The Flow Temperature Sensor (Optional); Closing The Housing - Honeywell HM 80 Installation And Operation Manual

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Commissioning

6.1.5.

Connecting a pump (230 V~, opt.)

Strip the connections 7 mm.
Connect the pump in
accordance with the following
graphic (see the fold-out page,
Fig. 3 (8)).
WARNING
Damage to the HM 80!
Short-circuit at incorrect installation.
Observe the installation instructions.
6.1.6.
Connecting the mixing valve
(230 V~)
Strip the connections 7 mm.
Connect the mixing valve in
accordance with the following
graphics (see the fold-out page,
Fig. 3 (8)).
6.1.7.
Connecting the flow temperature
sensor (optional)
Strip the connections 7 mm.
Connect the flow temperature
sensor in accordance with the
following graphic (see the fold-
out page, Fig. 3 (7)).
6.1.8.

Closing the housing

Place the housing cover back on (see fold-out page,
Fig. 5).
Tighten the screws at the housing cover.
6.2.
Electrical installation of the
Chronotherm CM67RFMV
6.2.1.

Inserting batteries

Fold the front cover upwards in order to make the battery
compartment accessible.
Remove the battery compartment by lifting the flap at the
lower right-hand cover.
Remove the paper strips in order to activate the supplied
LR6AA (alkaline) batteries and slide the battery
compartment hard back into the device.
After a pause a display is shown.
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7. Commissioning
During commissioning the CM67RFMV
HM 80.
7.1.
Commissioning the Universal
Mixing Valve Controller HM 80
Switch on the operating voltage.
Check the mixing valve (manual opening and closing).
Press the button OPEN (pump running).
Press the button CLOSE.
7.2.
LED displays at the Universal
Mixing Valve Controller HM 80
The LEDs of the HM 80 indicate the operating modes of the
device.
Meaning of the 4 LEDs (see fold-out page, Fig. 2):
LED
Display
Meaning
LED 1
Lights up
Mixing valve opens
(red)
LED 2
Lights up
Mixing valve closes
(green)
LED 3
Lights up
Pump switched on
(green)
LED 4
Lights up
Flow temperature sensor is
(red)
short-circuited or wire break
(mixing valve closes)
Flashing
No device installed
1/9 On/Off
Flashing
Radio connection interrupted
for more than 3 hours
9/1 On/Off
If the room temperature
setpoint fails, the system
continues to function with
20 °C for heating and 26 °C
for cooling.
If the room temperature actual
value fails, the value does not
fall below the minimum inlet
setpoint (frost protection).
Flashing
Teach-in mode
5/5 On/Off
Flashing
Radio transmission
5/5 On/Off
Reception signal:
5 times flashing: Excellent
1 times flashing: Sufficient
Flashing 9/1 On/Off corresponds to 0.9 s LED
"On" and 0.1 s LED "Off".
7.3.
Assigning the Chronotherm
CM67RFMV to the HM 80 (teach-in,
only at individual devices)
The sets HMC 80 and HMC 82 are supplied
preconfigured: The room temperature controller
HM 80) is already assigned to the Chronotherm
CM67RFMV (no teach-in required).
Press both buttons at the HM 80 (approx. 4 s) until LED 4
flashes evenly (Fig. 2) steadily.
is assigned to the

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