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  • Page 1 Installation Guide...
  • Page 2 Icon key Wireless OpenTherm Bridge evohome Central Controller ( R8810 ) Mixing Valve Controller Central Controller Wall Bracket ( HM80 ) ( ATF300 ) Central Controller Table Stand Room Temperature Sensor ( ATF100 or ATF200 ) ( HCW82 ) Room Temperature Sensor...
  • Page 3: Before You Start

    It’s simple to install and easy to use. Follow these instructions to set up the evohome system. Devices that need to be connected to the mains electricity supply should be installed by a competent person.
  • Page 4 Step 1: Wire up the heating system You have… You have… You have… a Base Pack or a an un-bound Central a Base Pack or a Connected Pack Controller Connected Pack Un-bound devices Un-bound devices No additional devices Step 1: Wire up your heating system Connect all mains powered devices to the heating system Step 2: Set up your Central Controller Power up the Central Controller and follow the on-screen instructions for your system...
  • Page 5 Some devices need mains power or to be connected to external equipment and it's best to wire up these items first to simplify the binding process later in the setup. The evohome controller will give on screen instructions when these should be powered up.
  • Page 6 Step 1: Wire up the heating system Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) If you’re fitting a Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) to your boiler, zone valve or Sundial valve Turn off at mains and isolate Mount the Wireless Relay Box on a non- the supply before starting metal surface at least 30cm from your boiler, other wireless device or metal objects...
  • Page 7 Installation Guide Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) If you’re fitting a Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) You will need to install the CS92 Transceiver and only one of the two sensors (CS92 Strap- on Sensor or CS92 Insertion Sensor). To fit the CS92 Strap-on Sensor...
  • Page 8 Step 1: Wire up the heating system Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) continued To fit the CS92 Insertion Sensor Fit in the cylinder immersion well with suitable fittings to provide strain relief and prevent accidental removal If the sensor doesn’t fit tightly in the immersion well fill the space with heat-conductive compound to ensure maximum heat transfer Install the CS92 Transceiver in a suitable location...
  • Page 9 Installation Guide Remote Access Gateway (RFG100) If you’re fitting a Remote Access Gateway (RFG100) Connect the Remote Access Gateway to the home’s internet router using the ethernet cable supplied...
  • Page 10 Step 1: Wire up the heating system Mixing Valve Controller (HM80), Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80), Opentherm Bridge (R8810) If you’re fitting a Mixing Valve Controller (HM80), Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80/HCC80), OpenTherm Bridge (R8810) Refer to the installation instructions supplied with each device...
  • Page 11 Installation Guide Step 2: Set up your Central Controller The Central Controller has a guided configuration process to help you set up the zones for a single type of system. For mixed systems (i.e. Under Floor Heating zones plus Radiator zones) use Guided Configuration for the larger system then “Add Zones”...
  • Page 12 Step 2: Set up evotouch Powering up your Central Controller First, power up the Central Controller Remove the cover, remove the battery tab and replace the cover Your Central Controller Place it on the table stand or wall bracket comes with *rechargeable batteries which are Once the batteries are fully charged, the Central pre-charged allowing...
  • Page 13 Installation Guide Then to set up the Central Controller Follow the on-screen instructions to set up the language, date and time Now choose the correct option for the system you’re installing: For a Base Pack or a Connected Pack and NO additional devices we recommended pressing ‘Home’...
  • Page 14 Step 2: Set up evotouch...
  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Installation Guide Step 3: Power up and bind devices If you bought a Base Pack or a Connected Pack only — your devices are already bound. Go to Step 4. If you bought an unbound Central Controller, plus other devices and are using ‘Guided Configuration’...
  • Page 16: Radiator Controllers (hr92)

    Step 3: Power up and bind devices Radiator Controllers (HR92) Power up and bind Radiator Controllers Central Controller (HR92) – Your evo Zone Kit If you are NOT following Bind the Radiator Controllers (HR92) GUIDED CONFIGURATION follow these steps on your Remove the circular top cover Central Controller display first:...
  • Page 17 Installation Guide Install the Radiator Controllers (HR92) Locate the room (zone) for the radiator controller Slide the locking mechanism to the unlock position Remove the adaptor from the bottom of the controller Unscrew the black wheel fully anticlockwise Remove any existing control on the radiator valve...
  • Page 18: Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (cs92)

    Step 3: Power up and bind devices Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92) Power up and bind a Wireless Cylinder Central Controller Thermostat Transceiver (CS92) If you are NOT following GUIDED CONFIGURATION On the CS92 Transceiver follow these steps on your Central Controller display Remove the CS92 Transceiver cover first: 1.
  • Page 19 Installation Guide To bind the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) On the Wireless Relay Box, press and hold the button for 15 seconds (until the red LED blinks rapidly) to clear any previous binding data You may need to refer to...
  • Page 20: Remote Access Gateway (rfg100)

    Connect the Gateway to the power supply and turn on the power. If the Gateway was in the Connected Pack with evohome, it is already To bind the Remote Access bound and there is no need follow these binding Gateway (RFG100) instructions.
  • Page 21: Wireless Relay Box (bdr91)

    Installation Guide Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) Power up and bind a Wireless Relay Box Central Controller (BDR91) or OpenTherm Bridge to control a boiler If you are NOT following Make sure the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) or GUIDED CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 22 Step 3: Power up and bind devices Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) continued Power up and bind a Wireless Relay Box Central Controller (BDR91) to control a Zone Valve If you are NOT following Make sure the Wireless Relay Box (BDR91) is GUIDED CONFIGURATION wired to the Zone Valve and powered up.
  • Page 23 Installation Guide To bind a Room Temperature Sensor (HCW82 or HCF82) Press the bind button on the bottom right hand corner of the unit once. The red LED light will flash You should receive a SUCCESS message on the...
  • Page 24: Radiator Controller (hr80)

    Step 3: Power up and bind devices Radiator Controller (HR80) Power up and bind a Radiator Controller Central Controller (HR80) If you want to control the zone temperature with your Central If you are NOT following Controller (the Central Controller needs to be located in that GUIDED CONFIGURATION follow these steps on your zone) press YES, otherwise press NO and bind the sensor.
  • Page 25 Installation Guide To bind the actuator Press the bind button on the Radiator Controller (if there are multiple HR80’s in the zone, do this to all of them). The screen should show a flashing RF icon On the Central Controller press the green bind button Check that (all) the Radiator Controllers display SYNC.
  • Page 26: Underfloor Heating Controller (hce80 Or Hcc80)

    Step 3: Power up and bind devices Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80 or HCC80) Power up and bind an Underfloor Heating Central Controller Controller (HCE80 or HCC80) If you want to control the zone temperature with your If you are NOT following GUIDED CONFIGURATION Central Controller (the Central Controller needs to be follow these steps on your...
  • Page 27 Installation Guide To bind a Room Temperature Sensor (HCW82 or HCF82) Press the bind button on the bottom right hand corner of the unit once. The red LED light will flash You should receive a SUCCESS message on the...
  • Page 28 Step 3: Power up and bind devices Underfloor Heating Controller (HCE80 or HCC80) continued Then on the underfloor controller Press the bind button until the bind button light comes on and the zone number light flashes red On the Central Controller, press the green bind button If the zone light turns solid green the binding is successful If the zone light turns solid red continue with these instructions...
  • Page 29: Mixing Valve Controller (hm80)

    Installation Guide Mixing Valve Controller (HM80) Power up and bind a Mixing Valve Central Controller Controller (HM80) If you are NOT following A Mixing Valve Controller should only be fitted by a qualified GUIDED CONFIGURATION fitter. Unless you’re using the Central Controller as a sensor,...
  • Page 30 Step 3: Power up and bind devices To bind a Room Temperature Sensor (HCW82 or HCF82) Press the bind button on the bottom right hand corner of the unit once. The red LED light will flash You should receive a SUCCESS message on the Central Controller (if not go back and re-bind) Then on the Mixing Valve Controller Press and hold both buttons on the Mixing Valve...
  • Page 31 Installation Guide Step 4: System test Now that all the devices are bound to your Central Controller and installed in their final locations, check that the system works properly and that all the devices are responding to commands from the Central Controller.
  • Page 32 Step 4: System test Advanced RF communication check To check the RF signal strength between the wireless devices and the Central Controller go to RF COMMS CHECK in the Central Controller Installer Menu and test each wireless device. On the Central Controller press and To save power the battery hold ‘Settings’...
  • Page 33 Installation Guide Battery Powered Wireless Devices Battery powered devices need to be put into test mode to send and receive a test signal: Radiator Controller (HR92) Press the button, the zone name is displayed Press and hold the button again for 5 seconds...
  • Page 34 Step 4: System test Advanced RF communication checks continued Radiator Controller (HR80) Separate the Radiator Controller from the adaptor on the radiator Turn the adjustment dial clockwise (approx two full rotations) until TEST is displayed The Central Controller will display the signal strength (poor to excellent) –...
  • Page 35 Installation Guide Digital Room Thermostat (DTS92) Put Room Thermostat into standby mode (show icon) Press up and down together for 3 seconds Press down once, the display should say CONT Press down for 3 seconds, the display should say TEST...
  • Page 36 Step 4: System test Advanced RF communication check continued Room Temperature Sensor (HCF82 or HCW82) Remove the cover from the sensor Press and hold the bind button until the red LED goes off (approx 30 seconds) The red LED will flash each time it sends a test message The Central Controller will display the signal strength (poor to excellent) –...
  • Page 37 Installation Guide Wireless Cylinder Thermostat (CS92A) Press the button on the Cylinder Thermostat transceiver The green light should come on. If it doesn’t, reinsert the batteries and try again The Central Controller will display the signal strength (poor to excellent) and the transceiver should flash the red LED from 1 flash (poor) to 5 flashes (excellent) –...
  • Page 38 Step 4: System test...
  • Page 39 Installation Guide Configuration and modification Once you’ve completed these steps you’re ready to start using evo. You can also make parameter adjustments in the Central Controller to match the exact requirements of the heating system. The operation and functions of the each zone can also be adjusted.
  • Page 40 Press the green tick Press PARAMETER SETTINGS and choose the parameter you want to adjust: – Internal Sensor Offset – Cycle Rate – Minimum On Time – Fail Safe – Optimisation – Hot Water Parameters For more details on parameters visit www.evohome.honeywell.com...
  • Page 41 Installation Guide Adding and replacing components in an existing system Adding and replacing components in an existing system On the Central Controller press and hold “Settings” for 3 seconds Press the green tick To change a device in a zone press ZONE SETTINGS...
  • Page 42 Configuration and modification...
  • Page 43 Installation Guide Appendix Wiring diagrams, heating system schematics In this section Sample evo systems Wiring diagrams Safety information evohome Central Controller technical data...
  • Page 44 BDR91 Pump BOILER Honeywell S plan 2 two-port valves There are two zone valves − one for stored hot water one for central heating. The Central Controller is the sensor for the whole home which is controlled to the same time and temperature schedule.
  • Page 45 Installation Guide Honeywell Y plan 1 three-port mid-position valve The operation is identical to the S plan but it uses a single three-port or mid position valve. If a system has been set up and the relays are moved...
  • Page 46: Wiring Diagrams

    Appendix Wiring diagrams Connecting a wireless boiler relay A basic boiler Figure 5 Wiring for a basic boiler (not requiring Place link here a pump overrun). The relay powers the BDR91 A-B:5(3)A boiler live input. A-C:5(3)A 230V A B C 50-60Hz <5A A boiler that requires a permanent live...
  • Page 47 Installation Guide Connecting a two-port zone valve Figure 7 Connecting a BDR91 A-B:5(3)A two port zone valve A-C:5(3)A G/Y: Green/Yellow Earth wire 230V N L L A B C BL: Blue Motor Neutral 50-60Hz <5A BR: Brown Motor Live...
  • Page 48 Appendix Wiring diagrams continued Sundial or system valves Figure 9 Two port valves with a wired boiler. If a wireless boiler relay is S Plan: 2 two-port valves with a wired boiler used the Grey, Orange and feed to pump and boiler are not required.
  • Page 49 Installation Guide Y Plan: Three-port Mid position Figure 10 Mid position valve with a wired boiler (3 port) valve G/Yellow: Earth wire If a wireless boiler relay is used the Orange and BLUE: Motor Neutral feed to pump and boiler are not required.
  • Page 50: Safety Information

    Honeywell Inc and its subsidiaries and existing under the laws of the UK and other countries. These intellectual and property rights may include patent applications, registered designs, unregistered designs, registered trademarks, unregistered trademarks and copyrights.
  • Page 51 Installation Guide evohome Central Controller technical data Electrical Power module Input voltage: 230VAC *10% Output voltage: 4VDC *0.2V, max 26W Room unit power 4VDC ±0.2V, max. 2.6W supply input Low voltage cable 10m, 1.0mm ; 5m, 0.5mm length (max) Battery type Type AA 1.2V NiMH 2000-2400mAh...
  • Page 52 For more information on Smart Heat Zoning for your home, visit: www.evohome.honeywell.com Honeywell Control Systems ltd. Skimped Hill Lane, Bracknell Berkshire RG12 1EB...

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