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Honeywell YZ667A1060 Installation Manual

Honeywell wireless domestic heating zoning system.
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HC60NG Relay Module
HR80UK Radiator Controllers

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section
1
General .................................................. 1
2
Technical Information .......................... 1
3
Factory Configuration .......................... 2
4
HC60NG Relay Module ......................... 3
5
CM67z Room Unit ................................. 4
6
HR80UK Radiator Controller ............... 5
7
System Testing ..................................... 6
7.1
Service mode ......................................................6
8
Changing the Configuration ................ 7
8.1
Parameters of the CM67z ...................................7
8.2
8.3
Built -in sensor configuration ...........................9
8.4
8.5
Resetting a Bound HR80UK ..............................9
9
Trouble Shooting ................................ 10
9.1
Trouble Shooting Guide ...................................10
9.2
Manual adaption ...............................................11
9.3
9.4
Wireless Domestic Heating Zoning System
CM67z Room Unit
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YZ 667 A 1060

1 GENERAL

The CM Zone Wireless Domestic Heating Zoning System
offers high levels of comfort and energy savings for the
home. It provides the ability to control two individual zones
at different comfort levels and at different times. A typical
example being the living areas and the bedrooms being
controlled separately.
The standard CM Zone Pack contains a Room Unit, a Relay
Module and six Radiator Controllers all pre-bound with three
Radiator Controllers bound to Zone  and three bound to
Zone 2. The System can be expanded or modified and the
methods used are described within this Guide.
To get the best from the installed system it is recommended
to use Honeywell VT5, VT7 or VT200 TRV bodies and a
Honeywell DU45 Automatic Bypass Valve.
For application support please contact your nearest
Honeywell salesman, for technical assistance please contact
the Honeywell Technical Help Desk, details are on the back
page.

2 TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Type numbers
CM67z
- Room Unit (x)
HR80UK - Radiator Controller (x6)
HC60NG - Relay module (x)
Material
Housings made of plastics (ABS).
Dimensions
CM67z
- 55 x 05 x 30 mm. (l x h x d)
HR80UK - 50 x 80 x 05 mm. (l x h x d)
HC60NG - 3 x 97 x 36 mm. (l x h x d)
Power
CM67z
- 2 x .5 V IEC LR6 (AA) Alkaline cells
HR80UK - 2 x .5 V IEC LR6 (AA) Alkaline cells
HC60NG - 230V~ 50Hz powered
Electrical wiring (only for HC60NG)
Mains power supply
Relay output rating: 24-230 V~, 0A resistive,
3A inductive 0.6 p.f.
Programming Capability
2 individual heating programs
7 days with 6 temperature change times per day
Approvals
DIN EN ISO 900/400, CE, EN60730- (2000),
EN60730-2-9 (2002), EN5504- (2000), EN5504-2 (997),
ETSI EN300 220-3 (2000), ETSI EN30 489-3 (2000)
INSTALLATION GUIDE
4200824-003 R3

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Guide. To get the best from the installed system it is recommended to use Honeywell VT5, VT7 or VT200 TRV bodies and a Honeywell DU45 Automatic Bypass Valve. For application support please contact your nearest...
  • Page 2: Factory Configuration

    Section 3: Factory Configuration The Hydronic Zoning kit is factory pre-configured and has the Zoning Example following components: Zone : Living Room + Kitchen (downstairs) Zone 2: Bedrooms (upstairs) • Zone  - Three HR80UK Radiator controllers labelled  • Zone 2 - Two HR80UK Radiator controllers labelled 2 •...
  • Page 3: Hc60ng Relay Module

    Install in accordance with local wiring regulations .0-2.5mm² CAUTION: 6mm max. Observe ambient temperature and current limits (see HC60NG wiring label) < 7mm Honeywell ‘Y Plan’ Connections Honeywell ‘S Plan’ Connections HC60NG HC60NG Typical ‘Y Plan’ Junction Box Typical ‘S Plan’ Junction Box...
  • Page 4: Cm67z Room Unit

    Section 5: CM67z Room Unit The CM67z Room Unit provides a central point from which to configure the system and set the time and temperature profiles for each Zone. At a given time, as defined within a Zone profile, the CM67z Room Unit transmits the required temperature setpoint to the respective HR80UK Radiator Controllers, local temperature control and override is then provided at each HR80UK Radiator Controller.
  • Page 5: Hr80uk Radiator Controller

    Note: Check correct polarity. A selection of adaptors are available to suit many other TRV manufacturers. For more information please contact Honeywell Technical Help Desk, details on the back page.
  • Page 6: System Testing

    Section 7: System Testing When selecting the operating site ensure It is recommended to complete the system testing that the distance to wireless devices such as before mounting the wall bracket on the wall. wireless headphones, cordless phones etc. is Position the CM67z Room Unit as close as pos- Caution! approx.
  • Page 7: Changing The Configuration

    Section 8: Changing the Configuration 8.1 Parameters of the CM67z Room Unit Installers Set Up Mode allows changing the controllers parameters to meet specific application requirements or customers needs. See fig  to 7 how to enter the Installer set-up. Abbreviated Set-Up Description e.g.
  • Page 8: Changing Or Adding A Hr80uk To A Zone

    Section 8: Changing the Configuration (cont.) 8.2 Adding further HR80UK Radiator Controllers Turn the locking knob and separate Turn the coupling module wheel anti- Fit the coupling module to the TRV the operating unit and coupling module. clockwise (approx. 3 rotations) until the body and tighten by hand.
  • Page 9: Built -in Sensor Configuration

    Section 8: Changing the Configuration (cont.) 8.2a Binding HR80UK Radiator Controllers to the HC60NG Boiler Module DAY 1...7 DAY 1...7 TEMP TEMP COPY COPY AUTO AUTO MAN OFF AUTO AUTO MAN OFF PROG PROG DATE DATE PROG PROG 5 secs. PROG PROG AUTO...
  • Page 10: Trouble Shooting

    CM67z displays a spanner Fault in the CM67z room unit. Remove and re-insert the battery compartment. If the spanner symbol ( symbol ( ) does not clear itself in a few minutes call the Honeywell Technical Help-Desk, details on the back page.
  • Page 11: Manual Adaption

    RF communication fault. Call the Honeywell Technical Help-Desk, details on the back page. NOTE: The boiler can be controlled manually when RF communication is lost. Press the HC60NG push button to switch the boiler on or off.
  • Page 12 Note: This Product has been designed for applications as described within this document, for use outside of the scope as described herein refer to Honeywell for guidance. Honeywell cannot be held responsible for misapplication of the products described within this document Honeywell Control Systems Ltd.

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