Aube TH102 Thermostat User Manual

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INSTALLATION  
Note:  
The "Problems and Solutions" section at the end of this user's guide  
will help you to correct your problems during the installation.  
This thermostat has been designed to operate with any installation which has a  
RESISTIVE load not exceeding 2500 W @ 240 VAC or 1250 W @ 120 VAC such  
as electric baseboards, radiant ceilings and floors, electric convectors, etc. It is  
not compatible with a low voltage controller used by a central heating system or  
systems using a contactor or a relay whose current is under 1.0 A.  
MODELS TH102 & TH102-3  
SUMMARY  
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OPTIONS SELECTION  
Electricians or experienced technicians should install the thermostat.  
To change the temperature from °C to °F and back, maintain DAY  
buton pressed down as RESET button is being pressed on and  
released. Then release DAY button.  
This thermostat is designed to be used with a self-protected heating system  
equipped with thermal cut off and circuit breaker.  
To change the time format from 24 hrs. to 12 hrs. and back, maintain  
HOUR button pressed down as RESET button is being pressed on  
and released. Then release HOUR button.  
PARTS INCLUDED  
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One (1) thermostat  
Two (2) 6-32 screws, 1 ½ inches  
Two (2) solderless connectors  
To change the heating control from proportional to on/off and back,  
maintain MIN button pressed down as RESET button is being  
pressed on and released. Then release MIN button.  
TURN OFF POWER OF THE HEATING SYSTEM AT THE MAIN POWER  
PANEL TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK. Keep air vents of thermostat clean  
and free from obstructions.  
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TO SET TIME AND DAY  
Press on DAY, HOUR and MIN buttons to adjust time and day.  
TO RECORD THE HEATING PROGRAMS  
1
) Connecting wires and mounting thermostat  
Set the operating mode to AUTO. Use the PGM button to select the  
program to be recorded or modified. Once the program is selected,  
use HOUR and MIN buttons to set time and  
temperature setting.  
Connect the rear thermostat wires to the power supply and to the electric heater  
wires using solderless connectors for copper wires (there is no polarity for the  
wires). See schematic diagram.  
or  
to select  
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TO RECORD THE ECONO PROGRAMS  
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-wire installation :  
Set the operating mode to ECONO. Use the PGM button to select the  
program to be recorded or modified. Once the program is selected,  
use DAY, HOUR and MIN buttons to set time and  
temperature setting.  
Solderless  
connector for  
copper wires  
or  
to select  
OPERATING MODES  
1
Line  
20 / 240 VAC  
Electric baseboard  
To select an operating mode, use MODE button.  
AUTO:  
Runs the program. shows temperature setting  
or  
and can override temporarily your programming.  
MAN:  
Maintain the selected temperature.  
the temperature setting.  
or  
change  
4-wire installation :  
Solderless  
connector for  
copper wires  
ECONO: Maintain a temperature setting up to the user's pre-  
programmed day and time. or shows temperature  
setting and can override temporarily your programming.  
1
Line  
20 / 240 VAC  
Electric baseboard  
Push the excess wire back into the electrical box to prevent interference with the  
thermostat. Secure the thermostat using the supplied screw. Once the thermostat  
is properly installed, return power to heating system.  
Note 1 :  
Note 2 :  
All cables and connections must conform to the local electrical  
code.  
In normal use at full capacity (2500 W), the housing temperature of  
the thermostat can reach 35 to 40 °C.  
WARNING : Special CO/ALR solderless connectors must be used when  
connecting with aluminum conductors.  
2
) Options selection  
Some options have been factory set. Those default settings are :  
The temperature is in °C, the heating control is proportional and the time  
format is 24 hrs.  
2
.1 Temperature displayed in °C or °F  
To change the temperature from °C to °F and back, maintain DAY button pressed  
down as RESET button is being pressed on and released. Then release DAY but-  
ton.  
2
.2 Time format displayed in 24 hours or 12 hours  
To change the time format from 24 hrs. to 12 hrs. and back, maintain HOUR but-  
ton pressed down as RESET button is being pressed on and released. Then  
release HOUR button.  
NOTE: To access the programmable keyboard, remove the cover by placing  
your fingers to the right side of the thermostat and pull toward you.  
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2.3 Proportional or ON/OFF heating control  
ECONO  
This thermostat has been factory set to proportionally control electric  
baseboards, radiant systems and convectors. Since proportional control uses a  
fast commutation rate, it is not compatible with fan equipped systems (see  
characteristics). Also, this control mode could occasionally create light flickering,  
especially in rural area.  
The ECONO mode has two (2) programs in which the  
day, the time and the setpoint has to be programmed. For  
instance, this operating mode can be used for a cottage  
installation where the user goes only on weekends.  
You can change the control mode to make it compatible with fan equipped  
systems or to eliminate the light flickering.  
Program 1: Friday 3:00 PM, 20 °C  
Program 2: Friday 8:00 PM, 15 °C  
To do so, maintain MIN button pressed down as RESET button is being pressed  
on and released. Then release MIN button. Following this operation, the display  
will show the fan indicator. To return to proportional control, repeat the same  
The temperature will be maintained at 20 °C Friday from  
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:00 PM to 8:00 PM, and maintained at 15 °C the rest of  
operation.  
the week.  
This gives you a comfortable temperature at your arrival  
and if you are not going to your cottage for the weekend,  
there will be only a minimal heating period.  
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) Memory backup  
In the event of a power failure, an internal circuit will maintain the programming.  
The display will stay on for 15 minutes. An indicator "LP" will be shown on the  
display. Beyond this period, the display will turn off. Only the time will have to be  
set if power failure is more than six hours. The thermostat will return to the same  
operation mode as set before the power failure.  
To see the ECONO programs, select the ECONO  
operating mode and press on PGM button successively  
to see programs 1 and 2 appear on the display. In  
ECONO mode, pressing on the  
or  
displays the  
temperature setting.  
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) First power-up  
PROGRAMMING  
When power is applied for the first time, the  
display must show the day and hour as follows:  
1
) Adjustment of time and day  
0
:00 MO (Monday)  
The active operation mode is the framed MAN mode, the  
temperature setpoint is 20 °C and the ambiant  
temperature is displayed.  
Example of setting: Thursday 8:15 AM  
Use DAY, HOUR and MIN buttons to set the  
time.  
If the display is different, maintain PGM button pressed  
down as RESET button is being pressed and released.  
Then release PGM button.  
500 WATTS OR LESS INSTALLATION  
During the 30 minute period following the installation or a long power failure  
(
more than 6 hours), the light intensity of the display decreases when a button is  
pressed on while the thermostat is in the heat mode. This problem will disappear  
when the accumulator for the memory backup will be charged.  
Once set, press on RET button to exit the time  
and day adjustment mode  
OPERATING MODES  
Note 1 : Time indicator is showing you that the time must be set.  
The thermostat has three (3) operating modes:  
AUTO, MAN and ECONO.  
Note 2 : The thermostat has an automatic return. When such functions as  
time recording, programs recording, etc., are not completed by  
pressing on RET button, the thermostat will automatically exit the  
mode after 60 seconds.  
They are selected through the MODE button. On display, the active mode is  
framed. The frame moves on to the next mode each time the MODE button is  
pressed on.  
2
) Typical suggested programs  
AUTO  
This thermostat can store up to four (4) daily programs for weekdays and four (4)  
daily programs for the weekend. Also, there is two (2) programs for the ECONO  
mode. To practice programming use the following example.  
The AUTOmatic mode runs in sequence (hourly) the  
programs recorded by the user.  
Pressing on the  
or  
displays the temperature  
setting and the SETPOINT indicator for five (5)  
seconds.  
Program number  
Time  
Temperature setting  
To see the weekday and weekend programs, select the  
AUTO mode and press successively on PGM button to  
see the programs appear on the display.  
Weekday programs (Mon...Friday)  
Program 1  
Program 2  
Program 3  
Program 4  
6:30 AM  
8:30 AM  
4:30 PM  
11:00 PM  
20 °C  
15 °C  
20 °C  
15 °C  
Weekend programs (Sat & Sun)  
MAN  
Program 1  
Program 2  
Program 3  
Program 4  
7:00 AM  
8:30 AM  
4:30 PM  
11:00 PM  
20 °C  
15 °C  
20 °C  
15 °C  
The MAN mode allows the user to override the  
programming.  
The first time the  
or  
is pressed on, the tempera-  
ture setting is displayed. For all subsequent times  
pressed on, the temperature setting will change 1 °C.  
ECONO mode programs (weekend cottage)  
Program 1  
Program 2  
Friday 3:00 PM  
Friday 8:00 PM  
20 °C  
15 °C  
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Press a second time on PGM key.  
3
) Recording the heating programs  
Select the AUTO mode.  
The default values or the last recording of pro-  
gram 2 will be displayed.  
Press on PGM button once.  
Use DAY, HOUR, MIN and  
or  
buttons to  
The default values or the last recording of  
program 1 will be displayed.  
modify the day, time and setpoint of program 2.  
The default values are :  
20 °C and the time -- -- : -- --  
The days Monday to Friday are displayed to  
show that this program is for weekdays.  
Programming is now completed. Press on RET  
button or wait for the "automatic return" to exit  
the programming mode.  
Press on HOUR and MIN buttons until 6:30 AM  
is displayed.  
CHARACTERISTICS  
1) Proportional and on/off controls  
This thermostat works differently than the conventional electro-mechanic one.  
The latter can have a differential of temperature up to 4 °C while this electronic  
thermostat has one of only 0.3 °C. This slight oscillation eliminates the discomfort  
often found with conventional electro-mechanic thermostats.  
Press on  
or  
until 20 °C is displayed.  
The first program is recorded.  
The proportional controller determines the amount of power required by the  
electric heating system to maintain the exact ambient temperature of the  
temperature setting.  
Press on PGM button again to record or modify  
weekday programs 2, 3 and 4 and weekend  
programs 1, 2, 3 and 4.  
To see this process, the display shows, in  
real time, the percentage of power applied  
to the electric heating system.  
Use HOUR, MIN,  
or  
buttons to modify  
the time and setpoint of programs.  
Programming is now completed. Press on RET  
button or wait for the "automatic return" to exit  
the programming mode.  
If you have programmed the heating con-  
trol to ON/OFF to control a fan equipped  
system, the display will show the fan indi-  
cator and 100% when the heating system  
will turn ON and 0% when it will turn OFF.  
In this case, the temperature regulation  
will be ±0.5 °C around the setpoint.  
Note: A program time left at -- -- : -- -- is con-  
sidered inactive.  
To reset a program, use PGM button to select  
the program, then press on MODE button.  
To review programs, press on PGM button  
successively to see the programs one after the  
other and make modification if required.  
2
) Characteristics  
Models: TH102 and TH102-3  
Electronic programmable line voltage thermostat (2 wires non polarized)  
4
) Recording the ECONO programs  
Supply: 120/240 VAC, 50/60 Hertz  
Load: 10.4 A maximum, 1.0 A minimum (Resistive only)  
Select the ECONO mode.  
Press on PGM button once.  
Power: 2500 W @ 240 VAC or 1250 W @ 120 VAC (TH102)  
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000 W @ 240 VAC or 1500 W @ 120 VAC (TH102-3)  
The default values or the last recording of pro-  
gram 1 will be displayed.  
Power consumption (off): 860 mW  
Approvals: CSA / UL  
The default values are :  
10 °C and the time -- -- : -- --  
Display range: 0 to 99 °C (0 to 99 °F)  
Setting range: 5 to 27 °C (40 to 80 °F)  
Use DAY, HOUR, MIN and or  
buttons to  
record the day, the time and the setpoint of  
program 1.  
• Storage: -20 to 50 °C (-4 to 120 °F)  
Temperature regulation: 0.3 °C (proportional), +/- 0.5 °C (ON/OFF)  
Precision: ± 0.5 °C  
10 programs: 4 weekday programs, 4 weekend programs and 2 ECONO  
programs  
NOTE : In normal use at full capacity (2500 W), the housing temperature  
of the thermostat can reach 35 to 40 °C.  
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WARRANTY  
AUBE TECHNOLOGIES INC. ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY  
This product is warranted against material defects and workmanship in normal use for a period of one year, from the date of the original purchase from authorized dealers.  
During this period, AUBE technologies inc. will repair or replace the product with a new or of equivalent quality at AUBE'S option, without charge, any product proven defec-  
tive in normal use.  
Warranty does not cover transportation costs. Nor does it cover a product subjected to misuse or accidental damage. This warranty does not cover the cost of installation,  
removal or reinstallation.  
This limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, obligations or liabilities expressed or implied by the company. In no event shall AUBE technologies inc. be liable for con-  
sequential or incidental damages resulting from installation of this product. Some states or provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the  
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and  
you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.  
The defective product and the original sale receipt must be returned to the original dealer or shipped pre-paid, insured and addressed to:  
Aube technologies inc.  
Customer Service  
7
05, Montrichard  
Iberville (Quebec)  
Canada J2X 5K8  
If you have any questions concerning the installation or programming of this product, please call our technical assistance at (450) 358-4600 for the Montreal area or  
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-800-831-AUBE for outside area, Monday to Friday between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM Eastern time.  
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS  
PROBLEMS  
CAUSES  
SOLUTIONS  
No display  
- Circuit breaker is open  
Power failure more than 15 minutes  
- Check 120 / 240 VAC presence at the thermostat  
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The thermostat is hot  
- In normal use at full capacity (2500 W), the housing  
temperature of the thermostat can reach 35 to 40 °C  
The thermostat is loosing the time but not the program- - Power failure more than 6 hours  
ming  
Room temperature shown is wrong  
Heating system always on  
- A draft is near the thermostat  
- Bad installation  
- Eliminate the draft  
- Check installation  
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Maintain PGM button pressed down as RESET  
button is being pressed and released. Then release  
PGM button.  
The thermostat displays heating but heating system is  
not turned on  
- Bad installation  
- Power failure ("LP" indicator shown on display)  
- Check installation  
- Check 120 / 240 VAC presence at the thermostat  
Programs do not change as you want  
The lights of the house flicker  
Erratic or dim display  
- Incorrect programming hours  
- Check actual time in AM & PM as well as program  
times (AM is not displayed)  
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Wrong programming mode selected  
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Make sure operating mode is set to AUTO  
- Flickering lights are due to the fast commutation of  
current through the baseboard controlled by the  
thermostat  
- Use the ON/OFF control mode. Maintain MIN button  
pressed down as reset button is being pressed and  
released. Then release MIN button.  
- Maintain PGM button pressed down as RESET  
button is being pressed on and released  
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For a 500 W or less installation, the display could be  
dim after the first power-up or a long power failure  
when the thermostat is in heat mode. See first  
power-up section.  
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