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Dated: March 2018
Operating manual for
Rondo-NG
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Table of contents
1 Safety ............................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 Designated use .....................................................................................................................................................4
1.2 General safety instructions .............................................................................................................................4
1.3 Qualification ..........................................................................................................................................................5
2 Ecodesign Directive ....................................................................................................... 6
3 Schematic depiction ..................................................................................................... 6
3.1 Description of the control unit ......................................................................................................................6
3.2 Description of the infra-red operation ......................................................................................................6
4 Button functions ........................................................................................................... 7
4.1 Control unit button functions .......................................................................................................................7
4.2 Infra-red remote control button functions ..............................................................................................8
5 Starting the control unit ............................................................................................. 8
5.1 First steps ................................................................................................................................................................8
5.2 Working with the control unit .......................................................................................................................9
5.3 Switching between the three P functions ................................................................................................9
5.4 Data input from the remote control ........................................................................................................ 10
6 Starting up and using the remote control ............................................................10
6.1 Removing the protective film ..................................................................................................................... 10
6.2 Inserting the batteries .................................................................................................................................... 11
6.3 Wall mount for remote control .................................................................................................................. 11
6.4 General information on using the remote control ............................................................................ 11
7 Data entry in the remote control ............................................................................12
7.1 Basic settings (summertime/wintertime, time, day) .......................................................................... 12
7.2 Operating settings (operating hours, operating temperatures, operating modes) ............... 12
7.3 Temporarily switching off certain work sequences and resetting ............................................... 13
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8 Other settings and data entries ..............................................................................14
8.1 Entering the maximum temperature for the radiator ...................................................................... 14
8.2 Using a password to block the entry of data by children or unauthorised persons ............ 14
8.3 Deleting entries during data collection .................................................................................................. 15
8.4 Delay in entering data .................................................................................................................................... 15
8.5 Simple switching between summer and wintertime ......................................................................... 15
8.6 Displaying all saved programmes .............................................................................................................. 15
9 Automatic settings .....................................................................................................16
9.1 Excess temperature protection ................................................................................................................... 16
9.2 Frost protection ................................................................................................................................................. 16
9.3 Room temperature compensation ............................................................................................................ 16
9.4 Open window/door detection ..................................................................................................................... 17
10 Important points .........................................................................................................17
10.1 Locked system .................................................................................................................................................... 17
10.2 Symbols on the display .................................................................................................................................. 17
10.3 Sending data from the remote control to the controller ................................................................ 18
10.4 Low remote control batteries ...................................................................................................................... 18
11 Recycling and disposal...............................................................................................18
12 Technical specifications .............................................................................................18
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1 - Safety
Any misuse is prohibited.
1.2 General safety
instructions
Incorrect installation or incorrect operation may pose a risk to you and others and
may bring about material damage both to the product and to other objects.
If live components are touched, there is a risk to life due to electric shock. Only
work with the product when it has cooled down and has been verified as being
completely de-energised.
Always use the correct tool to tighten or loosen screw connections. Never screw
the heating rod into a radiator where the rotary controller is turned by hand. Use
a suitable wrench and screw in the heating rod so that it is sitting securely in the
radiator with the display side facing forwards so the display is visible. It is not nec-
essary to forcibly screw in the heating rod all the way to the stop. The heating rod
seal provides a certain degree of compensation here. The heating rod with control
unit must always be screwed in at the bottom of the radiator, never at the top.
Please read this operating manual carefully, and comply closely with the provided
information. Keep this manual and all applicable documents safely to hand. If you
pass on the heating system, please make sure to enclose all relevant documents.
This product is a system component and is not suitable for separate operation. It
consists of an electrical heating rod with permanently installed control unit and
separate infra-red remote control.
The product is designed for installation in a designated, liquid-filled radiator (e.g.
heated towel rail or other suitable radiator). The liquid must be non-combustible,
and must be specified by the radiator manufacturer or distributor or the profes-
sional installation engineer.
These types of radiators are suitable for increasing and maintaining room temper-
ature and/or for drying towels). When selecting the output (W) for the product, the
information from the radiator manufacturer or distributor must always be com-
plied with. The two parts (radiator and electrical heating system) must be precisely
coordinated to one another. Any other use is considered improper use. Using the
product in a way other than that described above, or in a way that extends beyond
that described above, is considered improper use.
When using the product, it must also be ensured that the protection class (IP) of the
product complies with the protection class requirements at the radiator installation
location, and also with the protection zones in bathrooms where applicable.
1.1 Designated use
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Never try to detach the control unit from the heating rod. The two components constitute a single unit
that have been permanently attached at the factory. Detaching the two components, or even attempting
to detach them, may lead to the destruction of the entire device and may invalidate any warranty claims
or liability.
Always observe the national regulations, standards, guidelines and laws. Children
must not play with the product or operate it once installed.
1.3 Qualification
The following work with the product must only be carried out by people who are
sufficiently qualified to do so. This applies in particular for electrical work.
Assembly
Disassembly
Installation
Commissioning
Inspection and maintenance
Repair
Decommissioning
1. Observe all of the instructions for the product as well as the informa-
tion from the radiator manufacturer or distributor.
2. Work in accordance with the latest state of technology.
3. Comply with all applicable guidelines, standards, laws and other
regulations.
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2 - Ecodesign
Directive
In accordance with the EU Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC (specific information
for the local space heater product range in Regulation 2015/1188), as of 1 January
2018, it is only permissible to put electrical local space heaters into operation if
certain requirements have been met with regard to the regulation/control. The aim
of this Regulation is to save energy as part of environmental protection.
In this context, a distinction is made between output, portable or fixed heaters, and
application. Under the terms of the Regulation, each of these criteria has different
requirements with regard to the regulation/control of the radiator. Because our
product Rondo-NG is bound by these requirements as it is used to control the
radiators in question, the device was designed to clearly comply with the most
stringent requirements of the Directive right from the start. Our product meets all
of the Regulation requirements in full.
3 - Schematic
depiction
3.1 Description of the
control unit
3.2 Description of the
infrared operation
Control unit
IR remote control
IR-Transmission
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4 - Button
functions
4.1 Control unit button
functions
Symbol Function
“On - Standby - On” button
(with acoustic signal and Braille character)
Adjusting the
target temperature
Fixed programme functions
(press keys multiple times)
Infra-red receiver on the control unit receives the
transmission of remote control programmes
P1
2-hour boost function
P2
4-hour boost function
P3
Carry out remote control programme
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Symbol Function
Transmission button
(for sending input information to the control unit)
Basic settings
(date, time etc.)
Operating settings
(e.g. switching times)
Reduce displayed
values
Increase displayed
values
Check programme,
enter password etc.
Confirmations,
corrections etc.
4.2 Infra-red remote
control button
functions
5 - Starting the
control unit
5.1 First steps
The heating rod with control unit must be safely installed in a filled heated towel
rail or equivalent radiator by a professional. A water/glycol mix should be used as
a filling agent. Never use combustible or other hazardous substances. The control
unit is connected to a grounded 230 V connector (class I), either directly into a
socket via a plug connector (if this is permissible in the country in question) or to a
terminal box fused where necessary (in accordance with local regulations). Please
also observe the protection classes for electrical devices applicable in bathroom
area. All of the listed steps must only be carried out by an appropriate professional.
We accept no liability or obligations for incorrect installation or commissioning.
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5.2 Working with the
control unit
5.3 Switching between the
three P functions
Once the power supply for the control unit has been established as outlined above,
a dot will appear at the bottom of the controller display. This indicates that the
controller is being supplied with current and is ready for operation. It is now in
standby mode.
Pressing the button on the controller puts it into operating mode, and the previ-
ously used temperature setting will appear on the display together with the sym-
bol for radiator temperature measurements. If the current radiator temperature is
below the displayed target temperature, a flashing flame symbol will appear. This
is always an indication that the actual temperature differs from the target temper-
ature. If the device is heating up in order to adjust the temperature, the flame will
flash slowly. If the actual temperature is falling in order to reach the target tem-
perature, the flame will flash quickly. When the selected target temperature has
been reached, the flame symbol will disappear. If no flame is shown on the display,
this means that the actual temperature is the same as the target temperature on
the display.
The target temperature for the radiator can be adjusted in 5°C intervals using these
buttons on the controller.
This button on the controller is an input button with 3 functions: P1, P2, and P3.
The required level can be selected by pressing the button repeatedly. The levels are
as follows:
P1 = The device operates at maximum power for 2 hours and then returns to the
previous operating mode.
P2 = Same as P1, but for 4 hours. These two functions are known as “booster” func-
tions.
Once the boost period for P1 or P2 has come to an end, the device will return
to manual mode with the previously selected temperature.
P3 = The programme entered via remote control is carried out at the corresponding
times.
Press the
button on the controller. The current temperature flashes. Press the
button again, and P1 will appear briefly on the display. Then 2H will appear (for
2-hour booster). This function is now running. To select the 4-hour booster func-
tion, press the button again. P1 will flash on the display. If P1 is flashing on the
display, press the button again. P2 will appear, followed briefly by 4H (for the
4-hour booster). If no further selection is made, this function will start to run.
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If you wish to carry out the entered remote control programme, you can now
switch to P3 in the same way as before. The symbols “.” and will appear on the
control unit display either if no programme has been saved or if no programme is
currently being carried out. If a temperature and other symbols are shown on the
display, this means that a preset programme is currently running automatically.
If the controller is in the P3 position and a saved programme is running, the +/-
buttons on the control unit can be used to change the defined temperature for the
programme. The change will also be shown on the controller display. This change
only applies to the current cycle, and will not be permanently adopted for the
programme.
If no programme has been entered in P3, it is possible to switch between the in-
dividual P positions. However, it will not be possible to simply switch between the
positions if a programme is detected - even if it is not currently running. If you wish
to switch from P3 to P1 or P2 in this case, you will firstly need to press the standby
button on the controller to end the current operation, and then press the button
again to go to manual mode. The P1 and P2 functions can now be selected again
by pressing the button. Press P3 to go back to automatic mode. If a programme
is currently active there, this will be carried out even if there is only residual cycle
time remaining.
5.4 Data input from the
remote control
In order to receive data sent to the controller from the remote control, the control-
ler must always be in position P3 (see above). Otherwise, data will not be received
and will therefore not be saved, meaning that it will not be carried out.
6 - Starting up and
using the remote
control
6.1 Removing the
protective film
Batteries (2 x AAA 1.5V) are not included.
The remote control display is protected with a film. This can be removed prior to
use.
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6.2 Inserting the
batteries
6.3 Wall mount for
remote control
6.4 General information
on using the remote
control
Open the cover on the back of the remote control. To do so, put your index finger
into the designated indentation, press the cover slightly downwards, and then pull
it out. The cover can now be removed.
Place the two batteries into the battery chamber. Make sure that the batteries are
inserted the right way round for the polarity (+/-). The correct polarity is indicated.
Then close the cover.
The enclosed wall mount can be attached to the wall using the enclosed assembly
materials and drilling template, and is used to hold the remote control when not in
use. The remote control can be simply mounted onto the wall mount.
When you put the remote control into operation for the first time, please firstly
enter the basic settings before entering operating programmes or additional data.
The procedure is explained in detail in the following sections.
To enter programmes or other data, you do not need to be in the vicinity of the
radiator with the control unit. You can make entries in the remote control from
any location.
If you wish to send entered data to the control unit on the radiator, however, you
will need to be close to the control unit and you will need to hold the remote con-
trol with one of the short narrow ends pointing towards the controller. There is an
infra-red transmitter for remote control on both of the short narrow ends. There
must not be any objects impairing the optical connection between the remote con-
trol and the controller. Once unimpaired optical connection is guaranteed, send
the data to the controller by pressing the transmission button
. Transmission is
confirmed on the remote control display.
In order that the transmitted data can be received and saved by the controller, the
controller must be in position P3. It does not matter if data has already been saved
or whether a programme is currently being carried out. Once the transmission but-
ton is pressed on the remote control and the control unit is in P3 mode, the
controller adopts the new entry immediately and changes any programme cur-
rently running. See also the section entitled “Working with the control unit” in this
manual.
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7 - Data entry in the
remote control
7.1 Basic settings
(summertime/
wintertime, time, day)
7.2 Operating settings
(operating
hours, operating
temperatures,
operating modes)
Briefly press - S or W (summertime/wintertime) will flash.
Briefly press to select S or W, and then briefly press again to confirm the se-
lection. You will then be taken to the time setting. The hour flashes: Use the or
buttons to set the current time, and then press to confirm.
The minutes flash: set in the same way as the hour, and then press to confirm.
The days (1-7: Monday–Sunday) are now displayed. Use the or buttons to
select the current day, and then press to confirm.
The current settings have now been made and will be permanently shown on the
display.
Briefly press
- the days 1-7 will be displayed. A cursor will flash under the 1st
day of the week (Monday). If you wish to set a weekly repeating entry for this day,
briefly press the button. The cursor will flash more quickly, indicating that entries
can now be made for this day. Now briefly press the button to confirm the day
for subsequent data entry. The cursor moves to the next day of the week. To select
this day as well, proceed in the same way as for the first day. If you do not wish
to confirm a day for data entry, you can skip it by pressing the button again
immediately after confirming the previous day. After pressing the button for the
last day of the week, the system will go to the data entry screen for the selected
days. The selected days will appear on the display. “01” at the top left-hand side
of the display indicates that this is the first of a maximum of 4 programmes. At
the bottom part of the display, the word “Start” will appear, with a time flashing
underneath, which can be adjusted to the required start time by pressing the + or
– buttons. Once the time has been selected, press the button and the word “Stop”
will appear. Now enter the required end time for the programme in the same way,
and press the button again. On the top edge of the display, the symbol for the
temperature of the heated towel rail is displayed on the left, and the symbol for
the room temperature on the right.
Press the or buttons to switch between the two symbols. The symbol shown
on the display represents the selected option. Confirm the selection by pressing the
button. The selected symbol is then displayed, with the currently selected room
or radiator temperature (depending on the selected symbol) flashing underneath.
Use the or buttons to select the desired temperature, and then press the
button to confirm. Available temperatures are 30-70°C (in 5°C increments) for the
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If certain work sequences are not going to be carried out for a certain period of
time on individual days, e.g. due to absence, but the entire control system is not
going to be switched off, e.g. due to frost protection, proceed as follows:
Press the button on the remote control. Select the day to be deleted by pressing
the button again. Then press the button to activate the selected day.
Then press the button until you get to the end of the week. Programme “01”
appears. Press the button to delete the entire day. The word “good” appears on
the remote control display, and the entries for this day are deleted.
The entries for multiple days can also be deleted in this way by proceeding
as follows when selecting the days:
Press the button repeatedly until you reach the day you wish to delete. Activate
the day by pressing the button (flashes quickly). Press the button again to
move to the next day to be deleted, and activate by pressing the button. Proceed
in the same way for any additional days you wish to delete. Then press the button
until you get to the end of the week. Programme “01” appears on the display. Press
the button; all selected days are deleted.
7.3 Temporarily switching
off certain work
sequences and
resetting
radiator temperature, and 15-35°C (in 1°C increments) for the room temperature.
Once the desired temperature has been confirmed, the start time prompt will ap-
pear at the bottom edge of the display. A large “02” is shown as the caption, indi-
cating the 2nd work sequence. A total of 4 different work sequences (01–04) can
be set for each day.
If you do not wish to enter 4 work programmes for selected days press the button
for the last entered programme and then press the button as soon as the new
number for the next programme appears. This ends the programme entry, the word
“good” appears on the display and the device switches to the standard display.
Please note that if you have selected multiple days for the aforementioned entries,
all of these days will work with the same programmes. If you want to have differ-
ent times or temperatures for one or more days, you will need to select these days
separately, either individually or as a group.
If you want Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to work with the same programmes...
...select these days and enter the data. If you want to specify a different entry for
Friday... ...go to the data entry again, enter the required data and then confirm. If
you want to specify different times for Saturday and Sunday... ...select these days
and enter common programmes. In this example on Thursday should be no heating
at all... ...select Thursday and make sure that not start/stop time is set.
Example:
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Restoring
deleted data
8 - Other settings
and data entries
8.1 Entering the maximum
temperature for the
radiator
8.2 Using a password to
block the entry of
data by children or
unauthorised persons
The adjustable maximum temperature for the radiator is 70°C. Some applications
require a lower temperature of the radiator surface, e.g. in nurseries, care homes
etc. To enter a maximum temperature for the radiator, proceed as follows:
Press and hold the button to open the input screen for the maximum tempera-
ture. The most recently set maximum temperature appears at the top of the display.
Use the or buttons to set the desired maximum temperature, then press the
button to confirm and activate the setting. The active maximum temperature
will now be displayed permanently at the top of the display. This maximum tem-
perature cannot be exceeded by the radiator, regardless of any higher values that
might have been entered in the work programmes.
If you wish to deactivate the maximum temperature control, press and hold the
button. The word “OFF” will appear, and there will no longer be a maximum tem-
perature shown on the standard display.
If you wish to prevent the entry or modification of data and processes by children
or unauthorised persons, you can do this by using a password for authorised users.
To enter the password, press and hold the
button. Enter the password (consist-
ing only of numbers 1 to 4) as follows:
4 dashes will appear on the display -- a number from 1 to 4 can be assigned to each
dash. Numbers can be entered by pressing the buttons 1 – 4 one after the other. The
buttons are marked accordingly on the remote control. The bottom two buttons are
not used for entering the password.
If you are planning on reusing the deleted data at a later date without having to
make a lot of new entries, then proceed as follows:
Proceed in the same way as entering new programmes for the days of the week.
When a day for which the data has previously been deleted is selected, the previ-
ously deleted data will appear as a suggestion for the new entry. To adopt this data,
simply press the
button for all programmes for that day. The word “good” appears
on the display and the entries are confirmed. This procedure can also be carried out
for an individual deleted day.
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8.3 Deleting entries
during data collection
8.4 Delay in entering data
8.5 Simple switching
between summer and
wintertime
8.6 Displaying all saved
programmes
Example:
The password should be 4321. Press the buttons 4 3 2 1 one after the other, or
use 4223, then press 4 2 2 3. After entering the numbers, press the
button to
confirm. The programme will then proceed to block the remote control. The block is
initially only active for remote control. Pressing the transmission button when
only a short distance away from the controller will also activate the block for the
control device on the radiator. In this disabled state, it will not be possible to make
any entries in the remote control without entering the password, and it will only be
possible to adjust temperature settings on the control device using the +/- buttons.
If a maximum temperature has been entered, it will not be possible to exceed this
temperature.
To lift the block on the system, enter the password in the same way, and confirm
as before. Then press the transmission button to lift the block - the system can
now be used by anyone.
If you make a mistake when entering the day, time, temperature etc., the entry can
be cancelled by briefly pressing the
button. The display will then return to the
last step.
If no data is entered for 10 seconds, the system will return to the previous menu.
Press and hold the
button. Each time the button is pressed, the S – W – S infor-
mation changes. When the required time is displayed, there is no need to press a
button to confirm. All times are adjusted automatically.
Briefly pressing the
button gradually brings up on the display all saved pro-
grammes that have been sent to the control unit or that are ready to be sent by
pressing the transmission button. Once data has been entered, all entries can
also be checked here. If you are not sure if you have already sent all entries to the
controller just send them again. Watch the prescribed correct procedures.
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9 - Automatic
settings
9.1 Excess temperature
protection
9.2 Frost protection
9.3 Room temperature
compensation
The temperature information from the NTC inside the heating rod (for measuring
the radiator temperature) and the NTC at the mains cable outlet (for measuring the
room temperature) are used to ensure correct operation of the radiator, regulated
by the control unit. If the automatic control system is faulty for whatever reason
and the water temperature in the radiator is increasing in an uncontrolled manner,
the system has two safety mechanisms to prevent excessive pressure in the radia-
tor. Firstly, the entire system is completely shut down electronically when a water
temperature of 95°C is reached. If this protection mechanism fails for whatever
reason, a simple downstream thermal fuse ensures complete shut-down.
The Rondo-NG control unit has an automatic frost-protection setting. This can
both prevent the freezing of liquid in the radiator in extreme cases, and can also
maintain a low room temperature. The default setting for the frost protection is
between < 7°C and 15°C. If the radiator temperature falls below 7°C, the Rondo-NG
heating system switches on automatically, heats the liquid in the radiator to 15°C
and then switches off again. An ice crystal
appears on the display. If the temper-
ature falls to < 7°C again, the heating system will switch on again. This process is
repeated continuously until the temperature increases to a value above 15°C again.
This safety mechanism works even if no work programme has been selected. The
only prerequisite is that the control unit is in “standby” mode and is therefore being
supplied with current.
As the NTC that measures the room temperature and feeds back information to the
controller is located on the back of the controller, it is close to the warm radiator.
The measured temperature will therefore not accurately reflect the temperature in
other parts of the room. For this reason, there is an automatic temperature adjust-
ment of - 3°C in the control unit
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10 Important points
10.1 Locked system
10.2 Symbols on the
display
9.4 Open window/door
detection
This automatic function detects when the temperature falls by 2°C or more over
a short period of time without any changes having been made to the control unit
temperature settings. In this case, the system assumes that this reduced tempera-
ture is due to opened windows or doors.
In order to save energy, the radiator heating system is switched off automatically
where the heating system was in operation at the time. The controller checks the
room temperature at regular intervals, and compares it with the stored measured
value. The heating will remain switched off for as long as the difference increases.
As soon as the temperature is no longer falling, the heating is switched on again
and will follow its set programme. If the temperature falls below the 7°C mark
while the temperature is falling, the frost protection (see above) will automatically
switch on.
If the remote control and the controller have been disabled by a password, the
button on the controller will be disabled. It will therefore not be possible to switch
to “standby” mode. If you wish to do so, you will firstly need to lift the block on
the system by entering the password, and you will then be able to use the button.
If the remote control has been disabled by a password and you try to make an entry,
the display “Lo Ct” will appear and you will not be able to make the entry.
Once a password has been successfully entered to disable the system, the word
good” will appear and the remote control will be disabled. This symbol is also
shown to confirm successful entry for other entries, e.g when entering a maximum
temperature.
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10.3 Sending data from the
remote control to the
controller
10.4 Low remote control
batteries
All data sent from the remote control to the controller can only be received if:
The transmission is performed with a short distance (max. 8 metres) between the
controller and the remote control, there are no obstacles between the controller
and the remote control, and the controller is switched to function P3.
The remote control is not password-protected. If the remote control is pass-
word-protected, remove the protection and send this change to the controller
as well.
The remote control batteries are in perfect condition.
If the batteries are low, this is indicated by the display becoming gradually weaker.
This means that the batteries should soon be replaced.
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disposal
12 Technical
specifications
The product contains recyclable materials and materials that are harmful to the en-
vironment. Therefore, do not dispose of the product with household waste. Instead,
send the heating system to a collection point for electronic or electrical waste.
General specifications for the Rondo-NG control unit
with permanently attached electrical heating rod
Voltage 230 V, 50 Hz
Max. heating rod output 1000 Watt
Insulation class I or II
Protection class IP X4
Controller diameter 70 x 60 mm (oval)
Controller depth 50 mm
Housing colour White or chrome
Connecting cable White, L = 1.5 m
Cable end Schuko plug or stripped
Grey cable on request Other outputs on request
IR remote control
2 batteries (not included) 1.5 V - LR03 AAA
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Information on
heating rods
Codes for finished product without remote control
Housing
surface
Without
plug
With Schuko plug
Immersion
length
(mm)
Output
(W)
White/
chrome
300 150
White RNGCP6W0150 RNGCP6W0150SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0150 RNGCP6C0150SC
350 200
White RNGCP6W0200 RNGCP6W0200SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0200 RNGCP6C0200SC
370 300
White RNGCP6W0300 RNGCP6W0300SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0300 RNGCP6C0300SC
430 400
White RNGCP6W0400 RNGCP6W0400SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0400 RNGCP6C0400SC
450 500
White RNGCP6W0500 RNGCP6W0500SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0500 RNGCP6C0500SC
560 600
White RNGCP6W0600 RNGCP6W0600SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0600 RNGCP6C0600SC
630 700
White RNGCP6W0700 RNGCP6W0700SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0700 RNGCP6C0700SC
700 800
White RNGCP6W0800 RNGCP6W0800SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0800 RNGCP6C0800SC
760 900
White RNGCP6W0900 RNGCP6W0900SC
Chrome RNGCP6C0900 RNGCP6C0900SC
830 1000
White RNGCP6W1000 RNGCP6W1000SC
Chrome RNGCP6C1000 RNGCP6C1000SC
Standard outputs
are
300 W, 600 W, 900 W
Needed IR remote control
For all
models
REMRNG001
Made in Germany
20
domestic heating solutions
ENGLISH
Hometherm GmbH
Wibschla 22
D-58513 Lüdenscheid
Germany
t +49 (0) 2351 / 981 622-80
f +49 (0) 2351 / 981 622-88
www.hometherm.de