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WHAT IS A PROGRAMMER?
...an Explanation for Householders (as recommended by the Energy Savings Trust)
Programmers allow you to set 'On' and 'Off' time periods. Some models switch the central heating
and domestic hot water on and off at the same time, while others allow the domestic hot water
and heating to come on and go off at different times. Set the 'On' and 'Off' time periods to suit
your own lifestyle. On some programmers you must also set whether you want the heating and hot
water to run continuously, run under the chosen 'On' and 'Off' heating periods, or be permanently
off. The time on the programmer must be correct. Some types have to be adjusted in spring and
autumn at the changes between Greenwich Mean Time and British
Summer Time. You may be able to temporarily adjust the heating
programme, for example, 'Override', 'Advance', or 'Boost'. These
are explained in the manufacturer's instructions. The heating will
not work if the room thermostat has switched the heating off. And,
if you have a hot-water cylinder, the water heating will not work if
the cylinder thermostat detects that the hot water has reached the
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ST9500C – User Guide
7 Day Programmer, 2 zone, 3 on/off per day
This document is to be left with the user
and forms part of a Home Information Pack
Easy to use slider and buttons combined with 'LoT'™ Technology and an
'OK' button, allows you to confi rm changes and stay in control.
LoT™ Technology provides you with informative 'on-screen' feedback and operational
assistance as and when required.
Extra Large LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) with Backlight provides added user
friendliness and clearer viewing – even in the dark.
Independent 7-day Programmes let you choose settings built into ST9500C for each
day of the week to match your lifestyle, while maximising energy savings, or alter them
to your personal settings.
Automatic Summer/Winter Time Change will adjust the clock forward and backward
automatically when the clocks change, saving you having to change your ST9500C
Built-in Memory holds your programme indefi nitely - even if the mains power fails.
Energy Efﬁ ciency and the Environment
Home energy use is responsible for more than ¼ of the total UK carbon emissions
which contribute to climate change. Heating and hot water systems based on
boilers account for of this fi gure, so it is important to understand how your
controls can help to maximize energy effi ciency while maintaining your comfort.
Your Programmer should be used in conjunction with appropriate temperature
controls. In order to save energy the following general points should be observed:
1. Ensure your system contains a room thermostat and a hot water thermostat (if
you have stored hot water), and that both are set to appropriate temperature
levels: typically 20°C for the room temperature and between 55 - 60°C for the
hot water temperature.
2. Programme your heating and hot water to be off when you are not in the house.
If you are concerned about possible frost damage to any exposed pipe work, it
is advisable to fi t a frost protection system – your installer can advise you about
3. Think about how you use your domestic hot water – if you have a storage
system, it is not necessary to have this switched on all the time, even when you
are in the house.
4. Consider the heat up times required for your central heating. Every home
responds differently when the heating is switched on. Adjust the start time so
that you are not cold when you get up in the morning. A shorter heat up time is
required for other heating periods.
5. In the evening, when the house is up to temperature, it is often possible to
switch off the heating up to an hour before you go to bed, without any noticeable
reduction in comfort.