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What does set point time and set point temperature mean

On 7 day programming, why do you do set two seperate times for one day as illustrated in the manual? I want my heat each day to come on at 5:00 am and go off at midnight. How do I set this? What does set point time and temperature mean??

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Set point time time when the set point temp activates

say i want my house to be 70 degrees while i sleep
i'll set the set point time to 11 when i go to bed, and the set point temp at 70

so to do what youwould like set the set point time for midnight and the thempature fore 55 or lowest seting with will keep the heater off. for the second time setting set point time at 5 am and set point tempature at desired temp

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How do I set the central heating programme


its a lot hope ur ready for it but here you go. although you listed a LS112 I could not find any thing on it but maybe you meant LP112 so if it is what you need good luck..
Manual abstract: user guide DRAYTON LP112
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Common

Neutral

Spare

Earth

Live

On

MAKE

MODEL

Off

Lifestyle
SINGLE CHANNEL
Timeswitch
for heating OR hot water

TIMESWITCH TERMINAL COMPARISONS

Lifestyle
SINGLE CHANNEL
Timeswitch
for heating OR hot water

DAY-TO-DAY VARIATIONS Cont. . . Over-riding the program

THE LP711 7-DAY ELECTRONIC TIMESWITCH Cont. . . If the engineer hasn't set your timings for you, your programmer will work with a standard program that has been set at the factory. If this doesn't suit you, it's very easy to change it ­ when you've read this introductory section, simply go to the section that contains your programmer model.

THE LP112 24hr ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER Cont. . . [. . . ] Now plug the Lifestyle unit into the wall-plate and tighten the securing screws. FITTING A NEW WALL-PLATE The ideal location is 1. 4m above floor level, with reasonable lighting, good access, no condensation, no extremes of temperature, and a supporting surface that fully covers the back of the unit. Position with 70mm clearance to the right, 25mm above, and sufficient room to access the securing screws underneath. Fix, with terminals at the top, either direct to a flat wall using wall plugs and No. 6 x 1" (25mm) woodscrews, or on a flush mounting single conduit box type UA1 (BS4662) using M3. 5 x 14 bolts. DO NOT USE A SURFACE MOUNTING BOX.

USING A DRAYTON SIMP-L-FIT, ALTHOUGH NOT NECESSARY, WILL MAKE THIS INSTALLATION EASIER.

If the engineer has set your program and timings ­ you won't need to do anything else. Just keep this guide in a safe place for future reference.

I Press SET?, and you'll see OFF1, the end of your first central heating period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then repeat the procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.

Connection Charts
Arrowed numbers relate to the junction box. DAY-TO-DAY VARIATIONS Sometimes you might need to change the way you use your system temporarily ­ perhaps due to an exceptionally cold day. Here's how to do it ­ without affecting the timings in your program.

SWITCHING ON 1 ­ start of first timed period OFF 1 ­ end of first timed period ON 2 ­ start of second timed period* OFF 2 ­ end of second timed period* ON 3 ­ start of third timed period OFF 3 ­ final switch-off of the day

STANDARD PROGRAM MON-FRI 6. 30am 8. 30am 12. 00pm 12. 00pm 4. 30pm 10. 30pm SAT-SUN 7. 00am 9. 00am 12. 00pm 12. 00pm 4. 00pm 11. 00pm

I LP112 ­ a 24hr program, with linked central heating and hot water on for up to 3 heating periods each day, and every day the same. I LP241 ­ a 24hr program, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day, and every day the same. I LP522 ­ a 5/2-day program allowing for different timings at the weekends, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day. I LP722 ­ a 7-day program allowing for different timings on each day of the week, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day.

Set the hot water I When you press SET?after setting OFF3 for the central heating, the display will ask `SET HW PROG?'.

*Thermostat Key
C H S N E L Common Call for Heat Satisfied Neutral Earth Live

Wiring Colour Codes
GR Y BK BL BR RD W OR YG Grey Yellow Black Blue Brown Red White Orange Yellow/Green

SWITCHING ON 1 ­ start of first timed period OFF 1 ­ end of first timed period ON 2 ­ start of second timed period* OFF 2 ­ end of second timed period* ON 3 ­ start of third timed period OFF 3 ­ final switch-off of the day

STANDARD PROGRAM 6. 30am 8. 30am 12. 00pm 12. 00pm 4. 30pm 10. 30pm I Press YES, then set your times in the same way. Remember, in this mode you can have different times to your central heating if you wish. after setting OFF3 for the hot water, the programmer will return to normal operation.

Switching on and off On the front of the timeswitch is an Advance button. It allows you to switch your system on or off, irrespective of the program. Press Advance to switch it on, and it will stay on until the end of the next OFF period. Turn it off, and it will stay off until the beginning of the next ON period.

THE LP522 5/2-DAY ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER LP522 ­ a 5/2-day program allowing for different timings at the weekends, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day. If the timings haven't been set for you, then your programmer will still be on the factory-set standard program. This means that central heating and hot water will operate together, with the same timings for weekdays and different ones for the weekend. But it's easy to make changes, and have heating and water working independently ­ just follow the instructions. [. . . ] SETTING THE CLOCK

MON TUE WED THU FRI PROG?

The clock in your programmer has been set at the factory, and automatically accounts for British Summer Time. button until you see SET CLOCK?.

Spring-Return 2-Valve System
ROOM THERMOSTAT
RTS 1&2 RTS 4, 5&6 ETS 1 ELN N LN E 4 C L 1 1 H 3 3 2

Set weekday hot water I When you press SET?after setting OFF3 for the central heating, the display will ask `SET HW MON to FRI PROG?'.

I Press YES, and you'll see ON1, the start of your first central heating period. If the ­ and + buttons are held down, the time changes in 10-minute steps.

PROGRAMMER
NL1234

CYLINDER THERMOSTAT
*
SCH 2C1

#

SET TO 'P'

HTS 3

3124

5

#- LINK L-1 FOR 230V OUTPUT

21

64

8

6

Set the hour I Press SET?, and you'll see OFF1, the end of your first central heating period. [. . . ]

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Setting the programme


try this model instead...

Manual abstract: user guide DRAYTON LP112
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Common

Neutral

Spare

Earth

Live

On

MAKE

MODEL

Off

Lifestyle
SINGLE CHANNEL
Timeswitch
for heating OR hot water

TIMESWITCH TERMINAL COMPARISONS

Lifestyle
SINGLE CHANNEL
Timeswitch
for heating OR hot water

DAY-TO-DAY VARIATIONS Cont. . . Over-riding the program

THE LP711 7-DAY ELECTRONIC TIMESWITCH Cont. . . If the engineer hasn't set your timings for you, your programmer will work with a standard program that has been set at the factory. If this doesn't suit you, it's very easy to change it ­ when you've read this introductory section, simply go to the section that contains your programmer model.

THE LP112 24hr ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER Cont. . . [. . . ] Now plug the Lifestyle unit into the wall-plate and tighten the securing screws. FITTING A NEW WALL-PLATE The ideal location is 1. 4m above floor level, with reasonable lighting, good access, no condensation, no extremes of temperature, and a supporting surface that fully covers the back of the unit. Position with 70mm clearance to the right, 25mm above, and sufficient room to access the securing screws underneath. Fix, with terminals at the top, either direct to a flat wall using wall plugs and No. 6 x 1" (25mm) woodscrews, or on a flush mounting single conduit box type UA1 (BS4662) using M3. 5 x 14 bolts. DO NOT USE A SURFACE MOUNTING BOX.

USING A DRAYTON SIMP-L-FIT, ALTHOUGH NOT NECESSARY, WILL MAKE THIS INSTALLATION EASIER.

If the engineer has set your program and timings ­ you won't need to do anything else. Just keep this guide in a safe place for future reference.

I Press SET?, and you'll see OFF1, the end of your first central heating period. Adjust this in the same way, press SET?, then repeat the procedure for ON2, OFF2, ON3 and OFF3.

Connection Charts
Arrowed numbers relate to the junction box. DAY-TO-DAY VARIATIONS Sometimes you might need to change the way you use your system temporarily ­ perhaps due to an exceptionally cold day. Here's how to do it ­ without affecting the timings in your program.

SWITCHING ON 1 ­ start of first timed period OFF 1 ­ end of first timed period ON 2 ­ start of second timed period* OFF 2 ­ end of second timed period* ON 3 ­ start of third timed period OFF 3 ­ final switch-off of the day

STANDARD PROGRAM MON-FRI 6. 30am 8. 30am 12. 00pm 12. 00pm 4. 30pm 10. 30pm SAT-SUN 7. 00am 9. 00am 12. 00pm 12. 00pm 4. 00pm 11. 00pm

I LP112 ­ a 24hr program, with linked central heating and hot water on for up to 3 heating periods each day, and every day the same. I LP241 ­ a 24hr program, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day, and every day the same. I LP522 ­ a 5/2-day program allowing for different timings at the weekends, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day. I LP722 ­ a 7-day program allowing for different timings on each day of the week, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day.

Set the hot water I When you press SET?after setting OFF3 for the central heating, the display will ask `SET HW PROG?'.

*Thermostat Key
C H S N E L Common Call for Heat Satisfied Neutral Earth Live

Wiring Colour Codes
GR Y BK BL BR RD W OR YG Grey Yellow Black Blue Brown Red White Orange Yellow/Green

SWITCHING ON 1 ­ start of first timed period OFF 1 ­ end of first timed period ON 2 ­ start of second timed period* OFF 2 ­ end of second timed period* ON 3 ­ start of third timed period OFF 3 ­ final switch-off of the day

STANDARD PROGRAM 6. 30am 8. 30am 12. 00pm 12. 00pm 4. 30pm 10. 30pm I Press YES, then set your times in the same way. Remember, in this mode you can have different times to your central heating if you wish. after setting OFF3 for the hot water, the programmer will return to normal operation.

Switching on and off On the front of the timeswitch is an Advance button. It allows you to switch your system on or off, irrespective of the program. Press Advance to switch it on, and it will stay on until the end of the next OFF period. Turn it off, and it will stay off until the beginning of the next ON period.

THE LP522 5/2-DAY ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER LP522 ­ a 5/2-day program allowing for different timings at the weekends, with central heating and hot water working independently for up to 3 heating periods each day. If the timings haven't been set for you, then your programmer will still be on the factory-set standard program. This means that central heating and hot water will operate together, with the same timings for weekdays and different ones for the weekend. But it's easy to make changes, and have heating and water working independently ­ just follow the instructions. [. . . ] SETTING THE CLOCK

MON TUE WED THU FRI PROG?

The clock in your programmer has been set at the factory, and automatically accounts for British Summer Time. button until you see SET CLOCK?.

Spring-Return 2-Valve System
ROOM THERMOSTAT
RTS 1&2 RTS 4, 5&6 ETS 1 ELN N LN E 4 C L 1 1 H 3 3 2

Set weekday hot water I When you press SET?after setting OFF3 for the central heating, the display will ask `SET HW MON to FRI PROG?'.

I Press YES, and you'll see ON1, the start of your first central heating period. If the ­ and + buttons are held down, the time changes in 10-minute steps.

PROGRAMMER
NL1234

CYLINDER THERMOSTAT
*
SCH 2C1

#

SET TO 'P'

HTS 3

3124

5

#- LINK L-1 FOR 230V OUTPUT

21

64

8

6

Set the hour I Press SET?, and you'll see OFF1, the end of your first central heating period. [. . . ]

Oct 01, 2018 | Heating & Cooling

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Can I put my central heating on a different time from my water horstmann didam 425


It appears there are 4 trippers on the daily time dial that control all timing. 2 On and 2 OFF

On the right side are override switches for Hot water and Heating
You can only separate Hot water and Heater programming a little bit.
You can choose to have Hot water ON all day, or turn on-off once per day or turn on-off twice a day. Or OFF all day.
The Heater has the same options and the same on-off times as the Hot water.

Manual:
http://www.horstmann.co.uk/files/2513/9867/2118/user_guide_425-TiaraDiadem1.pdf

For fully separate programming, where Hot water and Heater can each be programmed differently, you would need a 2-channel controller like the Grasslin QE2
http://www.grasslin-controls.co.uk/towerchronqe2.html

http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Grasslin-QE1-QE2_GB-instructions.pdf


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I can set the date & time and sunrise and sunset; however, the instructions to program are obscure to me. I want it to come on at dusk and go off at a set time.


1) Question posted under ST01C
Open following link for ST01C instructions with programming illustrations, plus wiring illustrations and battery information.
http://waterheatertimer.org/ST01C-program.html

2) The ST01C cannot be set for on-at-dusk and off-at-programmed-time.

3) If you have different timer than shown above, then add a comment with description of timer buttons for possible identification.

4) I have not tested the following timer, and it may be same as all other in-wall timers, but it is possible that the new GE 15312 sun-smart timer can be set for on-at-dusk and off-at-programmed-time. BUT I am only reading the instruction manual for a new product, before people write the company and then the manual gets changed.
Wiring for this timer is more complicated that ST01C
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/GE-15312-sun-smart-Manual.pdf
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15312

5) There are numerous outdoor plug-in type timers that offer on-at-dusk, and then off 2 4 6 8 hours later.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#2001

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How to set on/off time?


Aube T1032 is 500W 7-day timer with full range programming
Aube T1034 is 500W 7-day Sunrise/sunset timer
Aube T1070 is 500W 7-day timer that turns lights ON at sunset and OFF at programmed time later in evening, say 11:00 pm

1) T1032 programming steps are lengthy> click link for manual
http://www.aubetech.com/manuel/2/TI032.pdf
b1129f1.jpgAube T1032 buttons
Switch must be wire for display to show
Move slide switch to ON
Open door to see buttons
Set clock with present hour minute and day
Choose 12 hour or 24 hour format
Review operating mode : Auto for programs to run
Make a chart of your on-off schedule so there are no overlaps and conflicts when programming
Press PGN button
Display shows ON P #1 >>> this means you are setting ON time for program 1
Set hour minute day for ON time for program 1
Display shows OFF P #1 >>> this means you are setting OFF time for program 1
Set hour minute day for ON time for program 1
Each program 1-7 has ON time and OFF time plus day of operation


2) T1034 programming steps are lengthy> click link for manual
http://www.aubetech.com/manuel/2/TI034.pdf
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Timer must be wired for display to show
Open small door
Review buttons
Move slide switch to ON
Review operating mode: Auto if you want timer to turn on-and-off with sunrise sunset
Set the clock with present time / Choose 12 hour or 24 hour format
Use Hour button to set hour MIN button to set minute
Use CODE button to set daylight savings time
Set Sunrise-sunset parameters using tables that show in manual
Make a chart of programs
Set programs 1 thru 7
The above steps are 4 EZ steps for painting the Mona Lisa >>> please re-post question with detailed question


T1070 programming steps are lengthy> click link for manual
http://www.aubetech.com/manuel/2/TI070.pdf
You select mode
Pick your city's coordinates from chart so timer knows when sun goes down
Make a chart of the times you want timer to follow
Select program number
Set days you want that program to work
Set time for that program to turn off lights

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Having Difficulty programing Woods Brand electrical timer !


How to program Woods 59377
Timer has rechargeable battery.
Plug timer into wall to charge battery to see LCD display.
Download Woods manuals
59377 manual

Up to 8 ON/OFF programs per day >> program 1 program 2 ... program 8
Choice of individual days, or blocks of days

Image shows buttons:

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Set time of day:
Hold down CLOCK until settings are made
Use DAY button to choose MO - TU etc
HOUR button to set current hour
MIN button to set current minute
Release Clock button and time is set

Program preview
> First I suggest you write out your schedule to avoid conflicts in programming
Manual says:
>For each ON time, you set DAY HOUR and MIN
>For each OFF time, you set DAY HOUR MIN
>Manual shows blocks of days to choose from > for example TH FR SA is one choice; MO WE FR is another choice ,,, 9 possible blocks of days to choose from

Looking at display is critical for programming timer
Look for the number 1 or 2 or 3 etc located on left of display > each program has a number
Look for the word ON that indicates you are setting ON time for program 1 or program 2
Look for word OFF that indicates you are setting OFF time for program 1 or program 2

Program timer
Press PROG once and look at screen ... you will see '1' and 'ON' in tiny letters
Do not hold down PROG button
Press DAY to choose block of day for program 1
Press HOUR to choose ON hour for program 1
Press MIN to choose ON minute for program 1

Press PROG button once to finalize ON time for program 1

Before pressing any more buttons, look at the screen >>> screen shows '1' and 'OFF' in tiny letters
So you are ready to set OFF times for program 1
Press DAY >>look at your written schedule to make sure the correct block of days is chosen >> if you chose ON for TH FRI SAT, do you want OFF on same block of days?
Press Hour
Press MIN

Press PROG to confirm OFF time
Before pressing any button, look at screen and '2' and 'ON' show on screen

Press PROG to advance to program 3 through program 8

Press ON/Off button to exit programming

Other features
Daylight savings time: Press HOUR & MIN simultaneously and clock springs forward 1 hour ... press again and clock falls back 1 hour
Look for S in display to see if timer set for S summertime

Press reset to clear all programming

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UNABLE TO PROGRAM MY AIR CON AS NO CODE OR INSTRUCTIONS. HAVE LOST MANUAL


At a minimum there should be a manufacturer name on the control. And possibly some sticker with model number inside the control (or on the pc board). You may google their website and find the manual there. Most are fairly straight forward. For example, first set time and day, the set control to heat and hit program button. set start time and temp, set end time and temp, set day. Some can program each day, some 7 days, some 5 days and the weekend. Some have multiple events for each day depends on the model.

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I bought a house with a Hunter # 44100A programmable thermostat but have no manual to program it from. How can I program it?


To change the time, press Hour once. Then press and hold Hour to until it reaches the correct one (pay attention to the AM/PM notation). Do the same with the Min and Day buttons. Press Return when done. (The thermostat will leave return to the normal mode after 10 seconds without a button press.)

Now to set the program, set the switch to heat or cool depending on which you want to program first. Press Prog (this will program M-F settings) then press and hold Hour until the time you want Prog 1 to start. Press the Up or Down arrows to get to the temperature you want to reach and stay for this period. Press Prog again and use the Hour/Min/Up/Down keys to set the time and temperature for next period. Repeat for program 3 and 4 for weekdays. Press Prog again to do the same thing for the 4 possible weekend program segments. Any time left at 0:00 results in a program being skipped.

Press Prog to set the Program. These settings will not take effect until the next time change in the program. You can review the settings by pressing Prog and scrolling through the settings.

Change the switch to the other setting and repeat the programming if your system has both AC and heat.

If you want to press the AutoProg button the thermostat will use preset times and temperatures. For Heating that is 5 am 68, 7 am 60, 3 pm 68, 10 pm 62. For cooling it is 5 am 78, 7 am 85, 3 pm 78, 10 pm 82.

For more information, you can get the manual from Hunter: http://www.hunterfan.com/Support/Manuals-and-Parts-Guides/ , just enter the model number in the Search line.

I hope this helps.

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I have a Sunvic TLX6501programmable room therostat, I have no instructions, so cant program it! I looked on line and can only get instructions for a newer version which is different, mine is about 6 years...


Programmable stats can be difficult and a pain. Normally, set it on what ever season it is to start, like on heat.I don't know the buttons and arrangement on this stat, I am just going from experience.I will try and walk you through this, but you may to to draw me a map that I can visualize.Start by setting the Time, day, hr and min.It may say you have a 5-day-2-day or 7-day stat.You should have a program button, a hold temp, hour, min, day, up and down arrows Ect. Use the arrows to do the changing of temperature desired. The same with the time, use arrows, day, arrows and so on. Factory settings for this stat will be 68 for heat and 78 for cooling. So, what ever you are going to program 1st, make sure you are in that mode of operation such as heat. If you are going to set the system to come on and go off at different times of the day and night, with different temperature settings, you will need a manual as it would be almost impossable to do this without being there with you.Push the program button and this will start the process. What I would do to make it an easy set up as most people do, is to set the time as normal. Do not try and set the system to come on at different times at different temp's as with out the manual it would be difficult. Set each day, 5-week days and 2-week-end days for the temp you would like it to maintain, like 72 on heat. Do this for all 7 days around the clock. It will cycle on at around a degree below setpoint and cycle down when satisfied. If you want to warm it up for a while, just push the hold temp button after you raise the temp up to lets say 76, and this overrides the program you have, like 72 for 2 hours and will return back to original set-point. Due the same with cooling. This is the easy way and less confusing. They are really simple if you do this everyday as I do being a contractor in this field. You may have more or less or even different buttons on this stat, but they all are pretty much the same.Just make sure you are on in the mode you are setting up and should be able to go through it and get familar with it. It may take some time so be calm and you can do this. You have my confidence in you. Keep me posted.
Happy Holidays, Sincerely,
Shastalaker7
PS contact me to let me know you're progress or need more help on this. I will be here for you!

Dec 17, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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I set the tstat manualy for 77 and when we wake up it reads83 what? thanks


You have a pre-programmed thermostat. You'll need to put in settings for each program setting in order to have the thermostat provide you with the heating/cooling temperatures you want at each time period of the day and for each day of the week (in the case of a 7 day programmable model.


Whenever you put in a manual temperature setting, it is only a temporary setting that will get reset at the next pre-programmed temp setting, unless you set the "HOLD TEMP" setting and select the number of days you want it to hold the temp you manually set on the T-stat.

If you can provide the model number, I can help you further with the programming of your T-stat.

Hope this helps and best regards!

Thanks.

Aug 05, 2009 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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