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The User Guide has been updated to include the latest functions of the Clear Heater System.
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The recent updates include the ability to turn off the heater communication light.....
Heat-up mode occurs when the heater units are first switched on or if any part of the system shows a temperature lower than the target temperature.
The default threshold is if 20% of the system is below 0.9°C of target temperature. All heaters then heat up to compensate for and quickly achieve optimal temperature but this uses more energy.
If for example you have a heater unit located in a porch where the outside door is opened frequently, cold outside air could activate the heat-up mode more often for the whole system. The threshold setting may be adjusted to change the frequency of heat-up mode activation.
A higher value (e.g. 90%) will reduce the frequency of heat-up mode activation and the affected heater units will heat up gradually using less energy.
A lower value (e.g. 20%) will increase the frequency of heat-up mode activation and all heater units on the system will heat up quickly using more energy but achieve optimal temperature in less time.
Override Heat Up Mode
An alternative to adjusting the threshold and frequency of heat up mode is to override the heat up mode for the next eleven days. This can
In some instances users may have heaters in large hallways, porches or utility rooms and those rooms have doors that open onto the outside world regularly thus bringing the temperature down rapidly in those rooms. In systems with small numbers of heaters this could trigger all of the heaters in the home to go into “Heat Up” mode more often.
The default rule is if 20% of the heaters show a temperature not in line with the user defined temperature then activate the “Heat Up” mode.
As this mode uses a greater amount of energy than the “Normal” mode the user may wish to temporarily override this feature to allow the room to come back up to temperature slowly using the “Normal” mode instead and in doing so save extra energy.
Follow the instructions in the latest user guide for your control panel to change these settings.
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