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AURATON 2005 TX Plus

AURATON 2005 RX Plus

AURATON 2005

Communication code of AURATON 2005 TX Plus can be manually set by user. The factory set communication code is "085". If there are troubles with communication between AURATON 2005 TX Plus and RX Plus the code can be changed (Manual, page 41).
AURATON 2005 - Installation
1. Installation instructions
Caution: Switch off the electric source before installing the thermostat. We recommend that the installation should be performed by a trained personnel. 1.1 Select a suitable location for the AURATON 2005. The location of the thermostat can greatly affect its performance. If it is located at where circulate air cannot reach, or exposed to direct sun light, it will not adjust the room temperature properly. To ensure proper operation, the thermostat should be installed at an inside wall with freely circulating air. Find a place where your family usually occupied.
Avoid close to some heat generating appliance (e.g. TV, heater, refrigerator) or exposed to direct sun light. Do not install near a door where the thermostat will suffer from vibration.
waciwe usytuowanie sterownika PROPERLY INSTALLED THERMOSTAT
1.2 Wiring AURATON 2005 Wiring terminals are at the back of the thermostat. Press down the terminal cover, you can find three terminals which labelled COM, NO and NC. It is a typical single-pole, double throw (SPDT) contact. In most COM and NO are used.
Fix the thermostat by putting it over the screwhead and slide it rightward (note the keyhole like opening at the back of the thermostat). Tighten the remain screw to lock it in place. Note: If the wall is made of wood, there is no need to use the wall anchors. Drill two 2.7mm holes instead of 6mm.

NO COM NC

1.3 Mounting the thermostat AURATON 2005 Use the template provided, drill two 6mm holes on the wall. Insert the wall anchors and tighten the left screw with 3mm clearance.
AURATON 2005, AURATON 2005 TX Plus - Familiar with your AURATON

2. Familiar with your

AURATON 2005 AURATON 2005 TX Plus

2.1 Appearance

2.2 Temperature mode You can see "A on both the buttons " and "B " and the LCD. "A comfort temperature " indicates and "B " indicates economy temperature. These two temperatures are user changeable. Furthermore, there is a fixed defrost temperature (7OC) indicated by "d " on the LCD. Throughout the operation of the thermostat we will refer them as comfort, economy or defrost temperature instead of numeric values. 2.3 Dip switches
DELAY 5 MIN. COOLING SPAN TEMP = 2OC

Temp. Prog. Prog.#

There is a sliding front cover at the right of the thermostat. If you open the cover, you can see some buttons. This cover is removable for the replacement of batteries. To rise up the sliding cover, you can see the dip switch.
SPAN TEMP O =1 C NO DELAY

HEATING

If you remove the front cover, you can find three small switches (dip switches). These three switches are used to control the span, output-on delay and heat/cool system. Span is the temperature (2OC or 1OC) difference between the turn on temperature and turn off temperature. 2.4 Program
AURATON 2005 or AURATON 2005 TX Plus is a programmable thermostat. It can automatically adjust the room temperature to a comfortable level when you are at home, and lower it to save energy when you go out or sleep. What you have to do is to program the thermostat so that it knows when to raise the temperature. There are altogether nine programs contained in the memory of the thermostat. Six of them are preset in the factory and the remaining three are user changeable.

2.5 LCD

- Day of the week Indicator - Time - Temperature - Program Number - Program Profile Indicator - Manual Override Indicator - Output-On Indicator and temperature Mode Indicator - Low Battery Indicator
Note: A. The output-on indicator will be displayed if the output is on. It will disappear if the output is off. B. The low battery indicator will be displayed if the voltage of the batteries drop to a certain level. Please change the batteries as soon as possible. 2.6 Start The thermostat is operated by two LR6 alkaline batteries. Please remove the front cover and install two new batteries. When the batteries are installed, the thermostat should be operating and you can see the LCD active. If the thermostat does not work properly, please check the batteries for wrong polarities and press the reset button by a ball-point pen.

The LCD after start or reset.
Note: A. Temperature may not be 22.25OC as the diagram shown and the Output-On indicator may active after a few seconds, depend on different situations. B. Do not use a pencil to push the reset button. The graphite residue of a pencil can cause short circuit and damage the thermostat.
2.7 Set day/time To set day, press "d" button. Similarly, press "h" button to set hour and "m" button to set minute. Example: When start or after reset, the time is 00:00, Sunday. To set the clock to current time (e.g., 11:23, Tuesday), press "d" 2 times, "h" 11 times and "m" 23 times. Note: When you press and hold the keys for 2 seconds the day/time will change rapidly. Release when the desired setting comes. 2.8 View/Change temperature Press Temp, the thermostat enter View/Change temperature mode. The LCD will show the setting of the current temperature mode ( Awhich ,B or d ) will be flashing. Press button "A " or "B to " button review or change the temperature. Press OK will directly return to normal operation mode.
Note: A. The temperature setting range is 5 to 30OC. B. To lower the setting, enter View/Change temperature mode and press "A it " or "B " until reaches 30OC and then the setting will return to 5OC. Continue to press until the desired setting comes. C. Press and hold the keys, the setting will change rapidly.
D. Please note the temperature mode indicator. A "A comfort temperature is being " means the viewed or changed. A "B " indicates economy temperature. If "d " is shown, it is defrost temperature. Defrost O temperature is always at 7 C and is not changeable. E. It is not always necessary to use OK key to return to normal operation mode. After 15 seconds of no key pressed it will automatically return to normal mode.
2.9 View/Change programs Press "Prog" button, the program of the current day is ready to be changed. Press "Prog" button again can advance to the next day and the program of that day will be shown. Press "Prog#" button to change the program. Programs 6, 7 and 8 are user-define programs. You can use "A change the distribution of " or "B " to comfort or economy temperature and h to review the setting. Press OK can return to normal operation mode. There are altogether nine programs available, as the diagram shown:

PROG PROG PROG PROG PROG PROG

PROG PROG PROG

Program 0 is a special program. It will set the whole day to defrost temperature (7OC). (If cooling mode is selected, it will turn off the system). Programs 1,2, and 3 are some typical schedule of a day. You can select them if you found them suitable. Program 4 set the whole day to comfort temperature while program 5 set it to economy. Programs 6, 7 and 8 are user-define programs. They can be modified to suit your need.
Example: A. Assume you want to assign program 6 to Saturday and want to set the whole day to economy temperature except 13:00 to 18:00. Press "Prog". The thermostat enters program mode and the program of the current day (e.g., Tuesday) is ready to be programmed. The display shows the program for Tuesday is program 1, the temperature for 00:00 is economy temperature and is 15OC. (The flashing cursor is the time to be edited) B. Press "Prog" 4 times. The day indicator will point to Saturday: C. Press "Prog#" 5 times to change the program from program 1 to program 6 D. Now you can set the time shown to economy temperature by pressing "B "A " or press " to set it to comfort temperature. Or you can use "h" key to pass through the time without changing the setting.
Since we want to set 13:00 to 18:00 to comfort temperature and the remains to economy temperature, press 13 times. 00:00 to 12:00 will be programmed to economy temperature Press "h" or "A move the flashing " 6 times to point to 19:00:
E. Finally, press "B to set the remains of " 5 times the day to economy temperature:
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Installation
Programmable Temperature Controller AURATON Note: Programs 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are preset 2005 TX Plus is almost the same product as programs. "A " and "B be used to edit them. " cannot AURATON 2005. The only difference is way of But "h" key is still active. transmitting on/off signal. AURATON 2005 TX Plus uses radio waves. That eliminates wires between 2.10 Manual Override AURATON 2005 TX Plus and controlled device. Receiver of radio waves is module called AURATON Method no. 1: 2005 RX Plus. Range of AURATON 2005 TX Plus Press "A comfort temperature. Press "B " to select " is very high but depends on materials that house is to select economy temperature. The current made of. AURATON 2005 TX Plus with AURATON temperature mode will be overrode until the next set 2005 RX Plus module is capable to hold range of point of the program comes. Press OK to clear over 100mtrs outdoor and up to 30mtrs indoor. override. Method no. 2: Press "A hold for 2 seconds. "01" will " or "B " and apear on the LCD. It means that manual override will be forced for one hour. The number of hours (from 1 to 24) can be set by pressing/holding the button.

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F. Press OK or leaving no key pressed for 15 seconds, the thermostat will return to normal operation mod.
3. Installation instructions

AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus

max 230V 5A

heating device

reciver

radio signal

temperature controller transmitter
AURATON 2005 RX Plus - Appearance
3.1 Connecting AURATON 2005 RX Plus to a heating device Warning: Unplug heating device from power supply before mounting receiver. Find connectors on the back of AURATON 2005 RX Plus under the plastic cover. In most cases connect heating device to NO and COM connectors.

4. Appearance of

NC NO COM
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Turning on for the first time
1. Antenna for communication with AURATON 2005 TX Plus. 2. green LED indicates operating status of heating device red LED indicates power supply status of
5. Turning on AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus for the first time
1. Insert new ALKALINE batteries in AURATON

2005 TX Plus

yellow LED indicates communication status with AURATON 2005 TX Plus 3. Additional electric socket switch 4. Additional electric socket can be used to supply any 230VAC device (MAX.5A). 5. Plastic connectors cover 6. 230VAC plug
2. Plug in AURATON 2005 RX Plus and wait 10 minutes to achive full range by transmitter 3. Yellow LED indicates that transmitter is within receivers range. LED blinks once a minute. The transmitter is out of range (or batteries of AURATON 2005 TX Plus are low) if LED blinks every second or does not blink. The factory set communication code is 085. If there are troubles with communication code can be changed see chapter no. 6. 4. Red LED indicates that receiver AURATON 2005 RX Plus is supplied with 230VAC. 5. Green LED indicates that heating device is on.
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Setting communication code
Notes: If AURATON 2005 RX Plus will not receive ON/OFF signal from AURATON 2005 TX Plus for 5 minutes (cycles) the heating device will be turned off. System will return to its normal operation after interfere disapear. AURATON 2005 TX Plus sends digital signals that is why many other devices can work within its range without interfere.
4. Choose any code between 001 and 255 and press OK 5. Receiver stores new code - yellow LED on AURATON 2005 RX Plus will blink a few times. 6. If receiver will not confirm new code (yellow LED will not blink) the procedure must be repeated.
6. Setting communication code
There is a factory set communication codet - 085. In case of interfere with other device (e.g. another AURATON 2005 TX Plus) preset code can be changed: 1. Unplug AURATON 2005 RX Plus from 230VAC for few seconds, then plug it in again. 2. Hold PROG# button for about 2 seconds. Factory set code 085 will apear on the LCD. 3. Press PROG# button again to change code.

7. Plastic holder for Auraton 2005 TX plus
There is a plastic holder for AURATON 2005 TX

Plus in the box.

AURATON 2005 - How to connect
8. How to connect AURATON 2005
8.1 How to connect AURATON 2005 directly to a heating device.

HEATING DEVICE

How to connect AURATON 2005 to singlephase heating device with working load exceeding 5A thought magnetoelectric relay.

MAGNETOELECTRIC RELAY

POWER SUPPLY max ~220V
How to connect AURATON 2005 to threephase heating device through three-phase contactor.

THREE PHASE CONNECTOR

max ~220V
How to connect AURATON 2005 directly to gas water heating device powered by ~220V and equipped with circulating pump.
GAS WATER DEVICE max ~220V 5A

AURATON-2005

CIRCULATING PUMP
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - How to connect
How to connect AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus with a heating device

max 230V, 5A

1. AURATON 2005 RX Plus (receiver) 2. AURATON 2005 TX Plus
AURATON 2005, AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Specification

9. Specification

1. Temperature measurement range 0-34.75OC (0,25OC step) 2. Temperature control range 5-30OC (0.25OC step) 3. Temperature accuracy +/- 1OC 4. Clock accuracy +/- 70 seconds/month 5. Program 6 preset, 3 user-define 6. Switching span 1OC or 2OC 7. Control mode Heating or Cooling system 8. Minimum air-con. cycle time 5 minutes
9. Switching 230VAC 50Hz 5A resistive 10. Dimensions 154 x 80 x 30 (mm) (W x H x D) 11. Operation temperature 0 - 45OC 12. Storage temperature -20 - 60OC 13. Operating humidity 5 - 90% non-condensing
Codul de frecven al termostatului AURATON 2005 TX Plus poate fi setat de utilizator. Codul de frecven setat din fabrica este de "085" Dac exist probleme de comunicare ntre AURATON 2005 TX Plus i RX Plus codul poate fi schimbat(Manual, pag. 60).

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user manual

TX RX Plus

AURATON 2005 TX Plus

AURATON 2005 RX Plus

AURATON 2005

Communication code of AURATON 2005 TX Plus can be manually set by user. The factory set communication code is "085". If there are troubles with communication between AURATON 2005 TX Plus and RX Plus the code can be changed (Manual, page 41).
AURATON 2005 - Installation
1. Installation instructions
Caution: Switch off the electric source before installing the thermostat. We recommend that the installation should be performed by a trained personnel. 1.1 Select a suitable location for the AURATON 2005. The location of the thermostat can greatly affect its performance. If it is located at where circulate air cannot reach, or exposed to direct sun light, it will not adjust the room temperature properly. To ensure proper operation, the thermostat should be installed at an inside wall with freely circulating air. Find a place where your family usually occupied.
Avoid close to some heat generating appliance (e.g. TV, heater, refrigerator) or exposed to direct sun light. Do not install near a door where the thermostat will suffer from vibration.
waciwe usytuowanie sterownika PROPERLY INSTALLED THERMOSTAT
1.2 Wiring AURATON 2005 Wiring terminals are at the back of the thermostat. Press down the terminal cover, you can find three terminals which labelled COM, NO and NC. It is a typical single-pole, double throw (SPDT) contact. In most COM and NO are used.
Fix the thermostat by putting it over the screwhead and slide it rightward (note the keyhole like opening at the back of the thermostat). Tighten the remain screw to lock it in place. Note: If the wall is made of wood, there is no need to use the wall anchors. Drill two 2.7mm holes instead of 6mm.

NO COM NC

1.3 Mounting the thermostat AURATON 2005 Use the template provided, drill two 6mm holes on the wall. Insert the wall anchors and tighten the left screw with 3mm clearance.
AURATON 2005, AURATON 2005 TX Plus - Familiar with your AURATON

2. Familiar with your

AURATON 2005 AURATON 2005 TX Plus

2.1 Appearance

2.2 Temperature mode You can see "A on both the buttons " and "B " and the LCD. "A comfort temperature " indicates and "B " indicates economy temperature. These two temperatures are user changeable. Furthermore, there is a fixed defrost temperature (7OC) indicated by "d " on the LCD. Throughout the operation of the thermostat we will refer them as comfort, economy or defrost temperature instead of numeric values. 2.3 Dip switches
DELAY 5 MIN. COOLING SPAN TEMP = 1OC

Temp. Prog. Prog.#

There is a sliding front cover at the right of the thermostat. If you open the cover, you can see some buttons. This cover is removable for the replacement of batteries. To rise up the sliding cover, you can see the dip switch.
SPAN TEMP O = 0,5 C NO DELAY

HEATING

If you remove the front cover, you can find three small switches (dip switches). These three switches are used to control the span, output-on delay and heat/cool system. Span is the temperature (1OC or 0,5OC) difference between the turn on temperature and turn off temperature. 2.4 Program
AURATON 2005 or AURATON 2005 TX Plus is a programmable thermostat. It can automatically adjust the room temperature to a comfortable level when you are at home, and lower it to save energy when you go out or sleep. What you have to do is to program the thermostat so that it knows when to raise the temperature. There are altogether nine programs contained in the memory of the thermostat. Six of them are preset in the factory and the remaining three are user changeable.

2.5 LCD

- Day of the week Indicator - Time - Temperature - Program Number - Program Profile Indicator - Manual Override Indicator - Output-On Indicator and temperature Mode Indicator - Low Battery Indicator

Note: A. The output-on indicator will be displayed if the output is on. It will disappear if the output is off. B. The low battery indicator will be displayed if the voltage of the batteries drop to a certain level. Please change the batteries as soon as possible. 2.6 Start The thermostat is operated by two LR6 alkaline batteries. Please remove the front cover and install two new batteries. When the batteries are installed, the thermostat should be operating and you can see the LCD active. If the thermostat does not work properly, please check the batteries for wrong polarities and press the reset button by a ball-point pen.
The LCD after start or reset.
Note: A. Temperature may not be 22.25OC as the diagram shown and the Output-On indicator may active after a few seconds, depend on different situations. B. Do not use a pencil to push the reset button. The graphite residue of a pencil can cause short circuit and damage the thermostat.
2.7 Set day/time To set day, press "d" button. Similarly, press "h" button to set hour and "m" button to set minute. Example: When start or after reset, the time is 00:00, Sunday. To set the clock to current time (e.g., 11:23, Tuesday), press "d" 2 times, "h" 11 times and "m" 23 times. Note: When you press and hold the keys for 2 seconds the day/time will change rapidly. Release when the desired setting comes. 2.8 View/Change temperature Press Temp, the thermostat enter View/Change temperature mode. The LCD will show the setting of the current temperature mode ( Awhich ,B or d ) will be flashing. Press button "A " or "B to " button review or change the temperature. Press OK will directly return to normal operation mode.
Note: A. The temperature setting range is 5 to 30OC. B. To lower the setting, enter View/Change temperature mode and press "A it " or "B " until reaches 30OC and then the setting will return to 5OC. Continue to press until the desired setting comes. C. Press and hold the keys, the setting will change rapidly.
D. Please note the temperature mode indicator. A "A comfort temperature is being " means the viewed or changed. A "B " indicates economy temperature. If "d " is shown, it is defrost temperature. Defrost O temperature is always at 7 C and is not changeable. E. It is not always necessary to use OK key to return to normal operation mode. After 15 seconds of no key pressed it will automatically return to normal mode.

2.9 View/Change programs Press "Prog" button, the program of the current day is ready to be changed. Press "Prog" button again can advance to the next day and the program of that day will be shown. Press "Prog#" button to change the program. Programs 6, 7 and 8 are user-define programs. You can use "A change the distribution of " or "B " to comfort or economy temperature and h to review the setting. Press OK can return to normal operation mode. There are altogether nine programs available, as the diagram shown:
PROG PROG PROG PROG PROG PROG

PROG PROG PROG

Program 0 is a special program. It will set the whole day to defrost temperature (7OC). (If cooling mode is selected, it will turn off the system). Programs 1,2, and 3 are some typical schedule of a day. You can select them if you found them suitable. Program 4 set the whole day to comfort temperature while program 5 set it to economy. Programs 6, 7 and 8 are user-define programs. They can be modified to suit your need.
Example: A. Assume you want to assign program 6 to Saturday and want to set the whole day to economy temperature except 13:00 to 18:00. Press "Prog". The thermostat enters program mode and the program of the current day (e.g., Tuesday) is ready to be programmed. The display shows the program for Tuesday is program 1, the temperature for 00:00 is economy temperature and is 15OC. (The flashing cursor is the time to be edited) B. Press "Prog" 4 times. The day indicator will point to Saturday: C. Press "Prog#" 5 times to change the program from program 1 to program 6 D. Now you can set the time shown to economy temperature by pressing "B "A " or press " to set it to comfort temperature. Or you can use "h" key to pass through the time without changing the setting.
Since we want to set 13:00 to 18:00 to comfort temperature and the remains to economy temperature, press 13 times. 00:00 to 12:00 will be programmed to economy temperature Press "h" or "A move the flashing " 6 times to point to 19:00:
E. Finally, press "B to set the remains of " 5 times the day to economy temperature:
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Installation
Programmable Temperature Controller AURATON Note: Programs 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are preset 2005 TX Plus is almost the same product as programs. "A " and "B be used to edit them. " cannot AURATON 2005. The only difference is way of But "h" key is still active. transmitting on/off signal. AURATON 2005 TX Plus uses radio waves. That eliminates wires between 2.10 Manual Override AURATON 2005 TX Plus and controlled device. Receiver of radio waves is module called AURATON Method no. 1: 2005 RX Plus. Range of AURATON 2005 TX Plus Press "A comfort temperature. Press "B " to select " is very high but depends on materials that house is to select economy temperature. The current made of. AURATON 2005 TX Plus with AURATON temperature mode will be overrode until the next set 2005 RX Plus module is capable to hold range of point of the program comes. Press OK to clear over 100mtrs outdoor and up to 30mtrs indoor. override. Method no. 2: Press "A hold for 2 seconds. "01" will " or "B " and apear on the LCD. It means that manual override will be forced for one hour. The number of hours (from 1 to 24) can be set by pressing/holding the button.

heating device

Ni Po Wt r Cz Pt So
F. Press OK or leaving no key pressed for 15 seconds, the thermostat will return to normal operation mod.
3. Installation instructions

AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus

reciver

radio signal

temperature controller transmitter
AURATON 2005 RX Plus - Appearance
3.1 Connecting AURATON 2005 RX Plus to a heating device Warning: Unplug heating device from power supply before mounting receiver. Find connectors on the back of AURATON 2005 RX Plus under the plastic cover. In most cases connect heating device to NO and COM connectors.

4. Appearance of

NC NO COM
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Turning on for the first time
1. Antenna for communication with AURATON 2005 TX Plus. 2. green LED indicates operating status of heating device red LED indicates power supply status of
5. Turning on AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus for the first time
1. Insert new ALKALINE batteries in AURATON

2005 TX Plus

yellow LED indicates communication status with AURATON 2005 TX Plus 3. Additional electric socket switch 4. Additional electric socket can be used to supply any 230VAC device (MAX.5A). 5. Plastic connectors cover 6. 230VAC plug
2. Plug in AURATON 2005 RX Plus and wait 10 minutes to achive full range by transmitter 3. Yellow LED indicates that transmitter is within receivers range. LED blinks once a minute. The transmitter is out of range (or batteries of AURATON 2005 TX Plus are low) if LED blinks every second or does not blink. The factory set communication code is 085. If there are troubles with communication code can be changed see chapter no. 6. 4. Red LED indicates that receiver AURATON 2005 RX Plus is supplied with 230VAC. 5. Green LED indicates that heating device is on.
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Setting communication code
Notes: If AURATON 2005 RX Plus will not receive ON/OFF signal from AURATON 2005 TX Plus for 5 minutes (cycles) the heating device will be turned off. System will return to its normal operation after interfere disapear. AURATON 2005 TX Plus sends digital signals that is why many other devices can work within its range without interfere.
6. Setting communication code
There is a factory set communication codet - 085. In case of interfere with other device (e.g. another AURATON 2005 TX Plus) preset code can be changed: 1. Unplug receiver AURATON 2005 RX Plus from 230VAC. 2. Slide transmitters AURATON 2005 TX Plus cover. 3. Press and hold "PROG#" for 2 seconds, communication code will be displayed on LCD (factory set code is 085).

4. Press and hold "PROG#" again to set new communication code (range between 001 to 255). 5. Plug in receiver AURATON 2005 RX Plus to 230VAC and press OK button on the transmitter AURATON 2005 TX Plus (after 10 seconds LCD will return to normal mode). 6. AURATON 2005 RX Plus will confirm programming new code by blinking yellow diode for 3 seconds.
7. Plastic holder for Auraton 2005 TX plus
There is a plastic holder for AURATON 2005 TX

Plus in the box.

AURATON 2005 - How to connect
8. How to connect AURATON 2005
8.1 How to connect AURATON 2005 directly to a heating device.

HEATING DEVICE

How to connect AURATON 2005 to singlephase heating device with working load exceeding 5A thought magnetoelectric relay.

MAGNETOELECTRIC RELAY

POWER SUPPLY max ~220V
How to connect AURATON 2005 to threephase heating device through three-phase contactor.

THREE PHASE CONNECTOR

max ~220V
How to connect AURATON 2005 directly to gas water heating device powered by ~220V and equipped with circulating pump.
GAS WATER DEVICE max ~220V 5A

AURATON-2005

CIRCULATING PUMP
AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - How to connect
How to connect AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus with a heating device
1. AURATON 2005 RX Plus (receiver) 2. AURATON 2005 TX Plus
AURATON 2005, AURATON 2005 TX RX Plus - Specification

9. Specification

1. Temperature measurement range 0-34.75OC (0,25OC step) 2. Temperature control range 5-30OC (0,25OC step) 3. Temperature accuracy +/- 1OC 4. Clock accuracy +/- 70 seconds/month 5. Program 6 preset, 3 user-define 6. Switching span 0,5OC or 1OC 7. Control mode Heating or Cooling system 8. Minimum air-con. cycle time 5 minutes
9. Switching 230VAC 50Hz 5A resistive 10. Dimensions 154 x 80 x 30 (mm) (W x H x D) 11. Operation temperature 0 - 45OC 12. Storage temperature -20 - 60OC 13. Operating humidity 5 - 90% non-condensing
DEKLARACJA ZGODNOCI WE EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY NR: 04146 Niej podpisany, reprezentujcy wymienionego producenta / The undersigned, representing the following manufacturer: LARS , Andrzej Szymaski ul. Czuchowska 12, 60-434 Pozna, Polska niniejszym deklaruj z pen odpowiedzialnoci, e wyroby / herewith declares under our sole responsibility that the products: Elektroniczne regulatory temperatury, typu / Electronic programmable thermostats, type: Auraton 2005/p, Auraton 2016/p, Auraton 2020/p s zgodne z postanowieniami nastpujcych Dyrektyw WE / are in conformity with the provisions of the following EC directives: Dyrektywa Niskonapiciowa LVD 73/23/EWG ze zmianami 93/68/EWG/ the European Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC amended by 93/68/EEC. (Rozporzdzenie Ministra Gospodarki z dn. 15.12.2005 w sprawie zasadniczych wymaga dla sprztu elektrycznego Dz.U. Nr 259, poz. 2172) Dyrektywa Kompatybilnoci Elektromagnetycznej 89/336/EWG ze zmianami 91/263/EWG, 92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG/ the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC amended by 91/263/EEC, 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC (Rozporzdzenie Ministra Transportu i Budownictwa z dn. 27.12.2005 w sprawie dokonywania oceny zgodnoci aparatury z zasadniczymi wymaganiami dot. kompatybilnoci elektromagnetycznej oraz sposobu jej oznakowania Dz.U. Nr 265, poz. 2227 ) Normy zharmonizowne zastosowane do wykazania zgodnoci z wymaganiami zasadniczymi wymienionych Dyrektyw / Harmonized standards used for showing compliance with the essential requirements in the specified directives: PN-EN 60730-1:2002 (EN 60730-1:2000+A11:2002) PN-EN 60730-2-9:2002 (EN 60730-2-9 :95+A1:96+A2:97+A11:97+A12:01) Oznaczenie roku, w ktrym naniesiono znak CE / Year in which the CE marking was affixed : 04 Miejscowo, data / Place, date: Pozna, 01.09.2006

Andrzej Szymaski, Waciciel --------------------------------------------------------------Nazwisko, funkcja i podpis osoby upowanionej / Name, function and signature of authorised person
DEKLARACJA ZGODNOCI WE EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY NR: 04145 Niej podpisany, reprezentujcy wymienionego producenta / The undersigned, representing the following manufacturer: LARS , Andrzej Szymaski ul. Czuchowska 12, 60-434 Pozna, Polska niniejszym deklaruj z pen odpowiedzialnoci, e wyroby / herewith declares under our sole responsibility that the products: Elektroniczne regulatory temperatury, typu / Electronic programmable thermostats, type: Auraton 2005 TX Plus, Auraton 2020 TX Plus s zgodne z postanowieniami nastpujcych Dyrektyw WE / are in conformity with the provisions of the following EC directives: Dyrektywa Niskonapiciowa LVD 73/23/EWG ze zmianami 93/68/EWG/ the European Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC amended by 93/68/EEC. (Rozporzdzenie Ministra Gospodarki z dn. 15.12.2005 w sprawie zasadniczych wymaga dla sprztu elektrycznego Dz.U. Nr 259, poz. 2172) Dyrektywa Kompatybilnoci Elektromagnetycznej 89/336/EWG ze zmianami 91/263/EWG, 92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG/ the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC amended by 91/263/EEC, 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC (Rozporzdzenie Ministra Transportu i Budownictwa z dn. 27.12.2005 w sprawie dokonywania oceny zgodnoci aparatury z zasadniczymi wymaganiami dot. kompatybilnoci elektromagnetycznej oraz sposobu jej oznakowania Dz.U. Nr 265, poz. 2227 ) Dyrektywa R&TTE 1999/5/WE / Directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity (Ustawa z dn. 16.07.2004 Prawo telekomunikacyjne, Dz. U. Nr 171 poz. 1800 oraz Rozporzdzenie Ministra Infrastruktury z dn. 15.04.2004 w sprawie dokonywania oceny zgodnoci telekomunikacyjnych urzdze kocowych przeznaczonych do doczania do zakocze sieci publicznej i urzdze radiowych z zasadniczymi wymaganiami oraz ich oznakowania Dz. U. Nr 73 poz. 659) Normy zharmonizowne zastosowane do wykazania zgodnoci z wymaganiami zasadniczymi wymienionych Dyrektyw / Harmonized standards used for showing compliance with the essential requirements in the specified directives:
PN-EN 60730-1:2002 PN-EN 60730-2-9:2002 PN-EN 55022:2000+A1+A2 PN-ETSI EN 300 220-3 V1.1.1.:2004 (EN 60730-1:2000+A1:2002) (EN 60730-2 9:1995+A1:1996+A2:1997+A11:1997+A12:2001) (EN 55022:1998+A1+A2) (ETSI EN 300 220-3 V1.1.1:2000)

 

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