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Heating Controller SDC
Remote Heating Controller DHC
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
EN2H-0220GE51 R0308

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    Heating Controller SDC Remote Heating Controller DHC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

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    EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SDC / DHC Contents Contents Software version ......................7 Safety instructions......................7 Intended use ......................7 Requirements for start-up ..................7 2.2.1 Power supply................... 8 2.2.2 Connection conditions................8 2.2.3 Cable cross-sections................8 2.2.4 Maximum cable lengths ................8 2.2.5 Cable installation..................

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    Contents SDC / DHC 4.2.1 "Time - Date" menu ................33 4.2.2 "Timeprograms" menu ................34 4.2.2.1 Selection of the control circuit ..........35 4.2.2.2 Selection of the program ............35 4.2.2.3 Selection of day of the week and cycle ........35 4.2.2.4 Programming switching times and cycle temperatures...

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    SDC / DHC Contents EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 7: Software Version

    Pos: 2 /156-Honeywell/Sicherheitshinweise/Sicherheitshinweise @ 0\mod_1207134414454_6.doc @ 9105 2 Safety instructions Intended use The SDC / DHC Smile family of controllers was designed for the sole purpose of regulating and controlling hot-water, heating and district heating systems (including hot-water production) that do not exceed a maximum flow temperature of 120 °C.

  • Page 8: Power Supply

    Safety instructions SDC / DHC 2.2.1 Power supply Do not disconnect the controller from the mains supply! The battery for saving all individualised data is otherwise unnecessarily strained. The frost-protection function of the controller is deactivated. 2.2.2 Connection conditions All electrical connection work may only be carried out by qualified personnel! 2.2.3...

  • Page 9: Grounding And Zeroing

    SDC / DHC Safety instructions 2.2.6 Grounding and zeroing Local regulations on the connection of equipment must be observed! Hot-water temperature greater than 60 °C ATTENTION Note that there is a danger of scalding at all hot-water draw- off points (kitchen, bathroom etc.) in the following cases.

  • Page 10: Connection Of Accessory Parts

    All accessory parts (sensors, selectors etc.) are to be connected to the respective circuit diagram. Maintenance and cleaning The controller is maintenance-free. The device can be cleaned externally with a moist (not wet) cloth. Pos: 3 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Uebersicht @ 1\mod_1207643459088_6.doc @ 9180 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 11: Overview

    SDC / DHC Overview 3 Overview The modular SDC / DHC control device is available in an installable switch cabinet version and a surface-mounted wall version with the following equipment features: Type – – – – SDC 3-10 – –...

  • Page 12: Operation

    6 Cover clip for service socket 7 "Daytime room temperature" button 8 "Night-time room temperature" button 9 "Daytime hot-water temperature" button 10 Input button (press / turn) 11 Operating mode symbols (heating programs) Pos: 5 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Display_Grundanzeige @ 1\mod_1207643647963_6.doc @ 9210 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 13: Display (basic Display)

    ABSENT TIL appears instead of the date and the return date instead of the temperature. Active summer deactivation is indicated by a beach umbrella symbol À , and active frost protection is indicated by a snowflake symbol Á Pos: 6 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Bedienelemente @ 1\m od_1207643735744_6.doc @ 9225 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 14: Operating Elements

    • Change values (clockwise increases called-up values, anticlockwise decreases them) • Navigate through menus Pos: 8 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Taste_Tages-Raum temperatur @ 1\m od_1207643818525_6.doc @ 9255 4.1.2.2 "Daytime room temperature" button Sets the desired room temperature (room setpoint) in automatic ¥ mode during the heating cycles and in the PARTY and HEATING operating modes.

  • Page 15: Night-time Room Temperature" Button

    (see 4.1.2.7 "System information" button, pg. 26). 16 °C Factory setting Setting range 5 ... 30 °C Pos: 10 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Taste_Warmwassertemperatur @ 1\mod_1207643963713_6.doc @ 9285 4.1.2.4 "Daytime hot-water temperature" button Sets the daytime hot-water temperature during the hot-water §...

  • Page 16: Operating Mode" Button (basic Display)

    The time for this superimposed hot-water circuit loading can be set between 0 and 240 minutes. The current week program is superimposed here. Pos: 11 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Taste_Betriebsart @ 1\m od_1207644003760_6.doc @ 9300 4.1.2.5 "Operating mode" button (basic display) Sets the operating mode and returns to the basic display from every operating level.

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    SDC / DHC Operation Overview of the operating modes Symbol Operating mode Display Setting ABSENT P1 (P2, P3)*, return ç date PARTY P1 (P2, P3)*, è party end time AUTOMATIC P1 (P2, P3)* é SUMMER P1(P2, P3)* ê HEATING ë...

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    Holiday mode is set via the "Switching time programs / Holiday programs" button (see 4.1.2.6 "Switching time programs / Holiday programs" button, pg. 23). Pos: 12 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Abwesenheitsbetrieb @ 1\mod_1207644137353_6.doc @ 9330 4.1.2.5.1 Absence mode (short-term program) With the ABSENT operating mode, heating operation is temporarily deactivated and protected from frost during brief absences.

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    Display An active absence program appears in the basic display with information on the return time. Pos: 13 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Partybetrieb @ 1\mod_1207644211166_6.doc @ 9345 4.1.2.5.2 Party mode (short-term program) Party mode causes one-time intermediate heating of all heating circuits up to a specified point in time and bridges an upcoming or already active absence cycle totally or partially.

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    Display An active party program appears in the basic display with information on the party end time. Pos: 14 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Automatikbetrieb @ 1\mod_1207644252369_6.doc @ 9360 4.1.2.5.3 Automatic mode In automatic operation, max. three time programs with different heating operation times are available.

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    , is also displayed depending on the selected program. The symbols are only displayed with the time program P1 to P3 active. Pos: 15 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Manueller_Sommerbetrieb @ 1\mod_1207644281166_6.doc @ 9375 4.1.2.5.4 Manual summer operation (excluding heating operation) With manual summer operation, only the hot-water circuit remains...

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    , is also displayed depending on the selected program. The symbols are only displayed with the time program P1 to P3 active. Pos: 16 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Staendiger_Heizbetrieb @ 1\mod_1207644312853_6.doc @ 9390 4.1.2.5.5 Continuous heating operation The HEATING operating mode ensures continuous heating operation without time limitations based on the specified daytime room temperature.

  • Page 23: Switching Time Programs / Holiday Programs" Button

    Display Activated continuous lowering operation appears in the basic display with the information RED. HEATING. Pos: 18 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Standby-Betrieb @ 1\m od_1207644379916_6.doc @ 9420 4.1.2.5.7 Standby mode In standby mode, the entire system is switched off and protected from frost (all frost-protection functions active).

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    Operation SDC / DHC 4.1.2.6.1 Holiday mode In holiday mode, the heating circuits can be switched off and protected from frost or operated based on the settings for the RED. HEATING operating mode for the duration of the holiday based on the presetting ("Direct circuit"...

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    Factory setting Current date Setting range Current date... (current date + 250 days) Display An active holiday program appears in the basic display with information on the return date. Pos: 21 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Taste_Anlageninform ation @ 1\m od_1207644494728_6.doc @ 9450 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 26: System Information" Button

    Operation SDC / DHC 4.1.2.7 "System information" button Calls up system information, such as temperatures and counter ¤ data. The information on the outside temperature appears first after the ¤ button is pressed. Turning the input button î causes the...

  • Page 27: Operating Overview

    SDC / DHC Operation Operating overview Press button Turn input button to the left Turn input button to the right Average/current outside temperature value Program/operating mode Outside temperature direct heating circuit/pump status min. to max. (0:00 to 24:00 hours) Program/operating mode...

  • Page 28: Manual Mode" / "emission Measurement" Button

    Automatic return from the information level after the specified time (in 0.5 minute increments). Factory setting Pos: 22 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Taste_Handbetrieb_Emm issionsm essung @ 1\m od_1207644568369_6.doc @ 9465 4.1.2.8 "Manual mode" / "Emission measurement" button Pos: 23 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Handbetrieb @ 1\mod_1207644610119_6.doc @ 9480 4.1.2.8.1...

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    Cancellation Press button or button, to return to the last selected operating mode. Pos: 24 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Emmissionsmessung @ 1\m od_1207644670916_6.doc @ 9495 4.1.2.8.2 Emission measurement (not with district heating controllers) ATTENTION Emission measurements may only be carried out by the chimney sweep.

  • Page 30: Heating Curve

    Operation SDC / DHC 4.1.2.9 Heating curve Determines the heating curve for the heating circuits. The heating curve describes the relationship of the flow temperature change to the outside temperature change. With a larger heating surface, such as with floor heaters, the heating curve has a less extreme slope than with a smaller heating surface (e.g.

  • Page 31: Menu-selection Level

    (MC-2) Boiler / flow temperature [°C] Outside temperature [°C] [°C] room Pos: 26 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Menue_Auswahlebene @ 1\m od_1207644710588_6.doc @ 9510 Menu-selection level The control device contains a menu-selection level that is structured differently, depending on the respective device version. Access î...

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    – – – – – – – – – – Parameter – – – – reset Heating – – – Heating Heating Heating circuit circuit circuit circuit name name name name Pos: 27 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Menue_Uhr-Datum @ 1\mod_1207644749744_6.doc @ 9525 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 33: Time - Date" Menu

    Returning Returning to the basic display takes place by pressing the button or automatically after the set information time (see 4.1.2.7 "System information" button, pg. 26). Pos: 28 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Menue_Schaltzeiten @ 1\mod_1207644798369_6.doc @ 9540 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 34: Timeprograms" Menu

    (see 5 Log, pg. 60). Access Press button. Returning Returning to the basic display takes place by pressing the button or automatically after the set information time (see 4.1.2.7 "System information" button, pg. 26). Pos: 29 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Auswahl_des_Regelkreises @ 1\m od_1207644837697_6.doc @ 9555 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 35: Selection Of The Control Circuit

    Hot-water circuit (DHW) ► Press input button î to access the selected circuit. Pos: 30 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Auswahl_des_Programms @ 1\m od_1207644895088_6.doc @ 9570 4.2.2.2 Selection of the program If the switching time programs P2 and P3 have been enabled (see "System Parameter" menu, program parameter = P1 to P3), the program selection appears.

  • Page 36: Programming Switching Times And Cycle Temperatures

    Operation SDC / DHC 4.2.2.4 Programming switching times and cycle temperatures Pos: 33 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Einschaltzeit @ 1\m od_1207645164353_6.doc @ 9615 4.2.2.4.1 Switch-on time The switch-on time is the start of heating or, with enabled switch- on optimisation, the start of assignment.

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    At the same time, the last called-up cycle appears flashing so that it may be monitored; additional cycles can then be selected directly and edited in the same way in the order: switch-on time, switch-off time, cycle temperature. Pos: 36 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Schaltzeitenprogramm ierung_gesperrt @ 1\m od_1207645477385_6.doc @ 9660 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

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    Operation SDC / DHC Switching time programming (programs P2 and P3 disabled) Upon accessing the menu-selection level, the "Timeprograms" menu always appears first. Enabling of programs P2 and P3 in the "System Parameters" menu (see 4.2 Menu-selection level, pg. 31).

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    Heating operation from Heat generator heating Mo to Su 6:00 22:00 circuit Hot-water circuit Mo to Su 5:00 22:00 Mixed heating circuit 1 / 2 Mo to Su 6:00 22:00 Pos: 37 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Schaltzeitenprogramm ierung_freigeschaltet @ 1\m od_1207645530166_6.doc @ 9675 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

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    Operation SDC / DHC Switching time programming (program P2 and P3 enabled) Upon accessing the menu-selection level, the "Timeprograms" menu always appears first. Enabling of programs P2 and P3 in the "System Parameters" menu (see 4.2 Menu-selection level, pg. 31).

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    Sa to Su Reduced Hot-water circuit Mo to Su 6:00 18:00 Sa to Su Reduced Mixed heating Mo to Su 7:00 18:00 circuit 1 / 2 Sa to Su Reduced Pos: 38 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Kopieren_von_Schaltzeitenprogrammen_Tage @ 1\m od_1207645726103_6.doc @ 9690 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

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    Operation SDC / DHC 4.2.2.4.3.1 Copying switching time programs (days) Block programming enables the switching times and cycle temperatures of any day of the week to be copied 1 – To any days within the week (Mo, Tu, We, ..., Su) 2 –...

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    A hot-water circuit as the source circuit is also the target circuit. In this case, only switching time programs P1 to P3 are copied among one another. Pressing the button causes an immediate return to the basic display. Pos: 40 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Blockprogrammierung @ 1\m od_1207645891978_6.doc @ 9720 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 44: Block Programming

    Operation SDC / DHC Block programming The copy function enables a source day to be copied to any target days or to all days of the week (week programming). All cycles of the source day are copied. Individual heating cycles cannot be copied.

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    SDC / DHC Operation Copy day Select Copy source day: from Mo ... Su Example: Monday Source day Select Copy first target day: 1 target day or Example: Tuesday 1-7 (Mo ... Su) or 1-5 (Mo ... Fr) or Copy source day 6-7 (Sa ...

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    Operation SDC / DHC Pos: 41 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Kopieren_von_Heizkreisen @ 1\m od_1207645944978_6.doc @ 9735 Copying heating circuits NOTE Heating circuits cannot be copied to hot-water circuits since they have different cycle temperatures: If a heating circuit is selected as the source circuit, the hot-water circuit can no longer be called up as the target circuit.

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    Hot-water heating circuit Program selection for source and target circuits are skipped if programs P2 and P3 are disabled in the "System Parameter" menu. Pos: 42 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Rueckladen_von_Standardprogramm en @ 1\m od_1207646077806_6.doc @ 9750 4.2.2.4.4 Reloading default programs See flowchart on pg. 49...

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    Operation SDC / DHC ATTENTION With the setting value ALL, all heating circuits and the hot- water circuit are overwritten with their default switching times with regard to the selected program. When overwriting occurs, individually created switching time programs are permanently lost and must be recreated from scratch.

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    SDC / DHC Operation Reloading default programs Switching time programs P2 and P3 disabled Direct heating circuit MC-1 Mixed heating circuit 1 MC-2 Mixed heating circuit 2 Hot-water heating circuit EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

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    SDC / DHC Reloading default programs Switching time programs P2 and P3 enabled Direct heating circuit MC-1 Mixed heating circuit 1 MC-2 Mixed heating circuit 2 Hot-water heating circuit Pos: 43 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Menue_System parameter @ 1\m od_1207646151510_6.doc @ 9765 EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

  • Page 51: System Parameters" Menu

    Returning to the basic display takes place by pressing the button or automatically after the set information time (see 4.1.2.7 "System information" button, pg. 26). Pos: 44 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Sprachwahl @ 1\mod_1207646189369_6.doc @ 9780 4.2.3.1 Language selection Several languages can be selected for all information that appears in the display.

  • Page 52: Time Program

    Switching time programming: With switching time pro- gramming, the three switching time programs, P1 to P3, can be selected for each heating circuit. Pos: 46 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Bedienmodus @ 1\m od_1207646570291_6.doc @ 9840 4.2.3.3 Operating mode Two operating modes can be selected. They determine whether...

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    Alternative: Automatic acceptance of the value after the set information time (see 4.1.2.7 "System information" button, pg. 26). Setting range 5 ... 30 °C Factory setting 20 °C Pos: 48 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Individuelle_Nacht-Raum temperatur @ 1\m od_1207646643760_6.doc @ 9870 4.2.3.3.2 Individualised night-time room temperature for each heating circuit Setting ¦...

  • Page 54: Summer / Heating Limit

    î Alternative: Automatic acceptance of the value after the set information time (see 4.1.2.7 "System information" button, pg. 26). Pos: 50 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Somm er_Heizgrenze @ 1\m od_1207647058244_6.doc @ 9900 4.2.3.4 Summer / Heating limit This parameter specifies the end of heating operation depending...

  • Page 55: Parameter Reset

    Factory setting 20 °C Setting range OFF, set value of system frost protection to 40 °C Pos: 51 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Parameter-Reset @ 1\m od_1207647099619_6.doc @ 9915 4.2.3.5 Parameter reset With the reset parameter, it is possible to reset any inadvertently made changes in the parameter menu to the factory setting.

  • Page 56: Dhw" Menu

    "DHW" menu This menu contains all parameters required to program the hot- water circuit, except the hot-water switching time programs. Pos: 53 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Warm wassert-Nachttemperatur @ 1\m od_1207647183619_6.doc @ 9945 4.2.4.1 Night-time hot-water temperature This parameter specifies the temperature in the hot-water generator between the operational-readiness times in automatic mode.

  • Page 57: Direct Heating Circuit" / "mixed Heating Circuit 1" / "mixed Heating Circuit 2" Menu

    If a hot-water thermostat (see 05 parameter = transducer for hot- water circuit) is used to detect the hot-water temperature, these parameters are skipped. Pos: 55 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Menues_Direkheizkreis_Mischheizkreis @ 1\m od_1207647253025_6.doc @ 9975 4.2.5 "Direct Heating Circuit" / "Mixed Heating Circuit 1" / "Mixed Heating Circuit 2"...

  • Page 58: Heating System

    Building with high insulation values (full heating protection). NOTE The mode set here also applies for the ABSENT and RED. HEATING operating modes. Pos: 57 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Heizsystem @ 1\mod_1207647329666_6.doc @ 10005 4.2.5.2 Heating system This parameter refers to the type of the heating system (floor, radiator or convector heating) and can be matched to the exponent of the respective heat distributor.

  • Page 59: Error Messages

    Factory setting (radiator systems) (floor heating) with mixed heating circuits Setting range 1 ... 10 Pos: 58 /156-Honeywell/Bedienung/Stoerm eldungen @ 1\mod_1207647364681_6.doc @ 10020 Error messages ATTENTION Inform the heating technician whenever any fault messages are output. The control device contains substantial error-notification logic.

  • Page 60: Log

    SDC / DHC 5 Log Weekly switching program Object: Set by: Cont. circuit Time Setpoint Opt. Cont. circuit Time Setpoint Opt. Cont. circuit Time Setpoint Opt. Cont. circuit Time Setpoint Opt. Fri (5) Cont. circuit Time Setpoint Opt. Sat (6) Cont.

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    SDC / DHC EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

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    SDC / DHC EN2H-0220GE51 R0308...

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    Manufactured for and on behalf of the Environmental and Combustion Controls Division of Honeywell Technologies Sàrl, Ecublens, Route du Bois 37, Switzerland by its Authorized Representative: Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell House Arlington Business Park Bracknell, Berks, RG12 1EB Phone (44) 1344 656000 (44) 1344 656644 http://honeywell.com/uk...

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