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Carefully read these instructions prior to installation. The unit must be installed in compliance with current standards.
1. Installing the Radio Driver transmitter
For ease of use, the RADIO DRIVER can be installed: - on the wall, at a height of about 1.5 m, with screws / plugs, - on a base, placed on a piece of furniture or on a shelf. Separate the unit from its base by unlocking it.
Attachment with screws
DELTA 300 BBC Pack
2-zone hot water heating control for low consumption homes
Always switch off the mains before installing or servicing the unit. Do not attempt to repair the unit yourself; after-sales service is available. The receivers electric cable must only be replaced by the manufacturer or an approved agent. Check that the fastenings are suitable for the surface to which the unit will be mounted (plasterboard, brick, etc.). The diagrams provided are simplified for greater clarity. Protections and other accessories required by standards are not illustrated. Standard UTE NF C15-100 and good practice must be complied with. Connected or nearby units must not generate excessive interference (directive 2004/108/EC).
Attach the base unit using screws and plugs suitable for the mounting surface or to a flush-mounting box, then close and lock the unit.
The first time you activate the unit, you must set the clock. Remove the protective tab from the batteries.
Fitting the thermostat to its base
Place the unit on its base and lock.
Place the thermostat on its base unit
Lock the thermostat
2. Installing the Radio D10 transmitters
Wall-mounted or placed on a piece of accessible furniture at a height of 1.50 m. Avoid proximity to objects containing a high density of metal or electrical switchboards.
Delta Dore hereby declares that the equipment complies with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC The EC declaration of conformity for this equipment is available, on request, from: Technical info department DELTA DORE - Bonnemain - 35270 Combourg (France) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Block diagrams
The hydraulic installation requires a bypass system, which ensures the flow rate is maintained when the circulator is activated. 2 Radio 400 receivers (1 for each zone) Control the valves in each zone. 1 RF 651 receiver Controls the circulator in the installation. Stops the circulator when both zones are in Off mode. Example 2: with safety valve
Radio Driver 620 Radio 400 Radio 400 Radio D10 Zone 2
Remove the Radio D10 from its base. Use a flathead screwdriver to snap the cover off. Remove the batteries to reveal the mounting holes.
Example 1: with 3-way valves
Radio Driver 620
Radio D10 Zone 2
Secure the unit with screws and plugs
Free-standing on base
Snap the cover off using a flathead screwdriver, then remove the protective tab from the batteries and replace the cover as well as the base.
Radio D10 Zone 1
Because of changes in standards and equipment, the characteristics given in the text and the illustrations in this document are not binding unless confirmed.
4. Installing the Radio 400 receiver Mounting
Always switch off the mains power supply to your circuit breaker before installing or servicing the unit. (A) To remove the top cover, gently press the cover while sliding it upwards. (B) To remove the lower cover, push the tab and lift the cover. (D) Connect the control wires and run the wires through the raceway provided or through the pierced hole.
5. Installing the RF 651 receiver
The receiver should be installed near the boiler. To avoid interfering with radio transmission, install the receiver at a minimum height of 1.80 m. Keep it away from any metal parts (cables, metal enclosures).
Connect the 2 outputs to the circulator.
Attach to the wall using the provided screws and plugs.
Black Grey Brown
Brown wire Blue wire
Black wire Grey wire Shunt
(C) Secure the unit with screws and plugs. Fit the covers back on the unit.
Example: On/Off 3-way thermal valve (2-wire)
Attachment with double-sided adhesive tape
Attach to the wall using the double-sided adhesive tape. Ensure that the surface is clean before sticking it down.
230V mains power
You can now restore power to your circuit breaker.The green LED on the receiver lights up when the unit is switched on.
6. Associating the Radio D10 transmitter with the receivers Associate the Radio D10 transmitter for zone 1
Put the Radio 400 receiver for zone 1 in association mode by holding down the receivers button until the LED starts flashing. Put the RF 651 receiver in association mode by holding down the receivers 1 button until LED 1 starts flashing. On the Radio D10 transmitter, switch to Off mode using the MODE button. Press the + button until CnF appears on the screen. Release. Press and release the + button. On the receivers, make sure that the LEDs no longer flash. The Radio D10 thermostat for zone 1 is now associated with the receivers.
7. Associating the Radio Driver transmitter with the receivers Associate the Radio Driver transmitter with the receivers in zone 1
Put the Radio 400 receiver for zone 1 in association mode by holding down the receivers button until the LED starts flashing. Put the RF 651 receiver in association mode by holding down the receivers 1 button until LED 1 starts flashing. On the Radio Driver transmitter: Press Press repeatedly until the zone rAd1 screen appears
Associate the Radio D10 transmitter for zone 2
Put the Radio 400 receiver for zone 2 in association mode by holding down the receivers button until the LED starts flashing. Put the RF 651 receiver in association mode by holding down the receivers 2 button until LED 2 starts flashing. On the Radio D10 transmitter, switch to Off mode using the MODE button. Press the + button until CnF appears on the screen. Release. Press and release the + button. On the receivers, make sure that the LEDs no longer flash. The Radio D10 thermostat for zone 2 is now associated with the receivers.
Press the button On the receivers, make sure that the LEDs no longer flash. The Radio Driver thermostat is now associated with the receivers in zone 1.
Turn the selector dial to
Press and hold the button for 5 seconds.
7. Associating the Radio Driver transmitter with the receivers Associate the Radio Driver transmitter with the receivers in zone 2
Put the Radio 400 receiver for zone 2 in association mode by holding down the receivers button until the LED starts flashing. Put the RF 651 receiver in association mode by holding down the receivers 2 button until LED 2 starts flashing. On the Radio Driver transmitter, from the zone rAd1 screen, go to the zone rAd 2 menu:
8. Configuring the Radio Driver
To enter the configuration menus, turn the selector dial to , then hold down the i button for 5 seconds.
9. Basic configurations (menu 1)
Press the 1 button.
Exit the wireless association menu
To exit the wireless association menu, turn the selector dial to the right. Note: The association is kept even in the event of a power failure.
The unit offers you 4 options:
Unit reference number Basic configurations (Menu 1) Advanced configurations (Menu 2) Menu 3 (not used) Wireless association Unit version Configuration mode
Programming increment selection
Weekly (by default) Daily 1-hour increments (by default) 30-minute increments 15-minute increments
On the receivers, make sure that the LEDs no longer flash. The Radio Driver thermostat for zone 2 is now associated with the receivers in zone 2.
Select the menu, then: - press the + or - buttons to change the various settings, - press OK to validate and go to the next setting.
The 1-03 and 1-05 menus are not used. After defining the settings of menu 1, the unit goes back to the list of menus. If you want to exit configuration, turn the selector dial to the right.
10. Advanced configurations (menu 2)
Press the 2 button. For example, if the temperature displayed by the unit is 19C and the actual temperature is 20C, set +1C and confirm with OK. The 2-03 and 2-06 menus are not used. After defining the settings of menu 1, the unit goes back to the list of menus.
11. Setting the time
Minutes Days (1: Monday. 7: Sunday)
12. Deleting wireless associations
To cancel all wireless associations, turn the selector dial to , then hold down the i button for 5 seconds.
Hours Hold down the R button for 5 seconds
Modification authorization for the user
Program modification authorized Program modification unauthorized
Turn the selector dial to The days flash.
Press + or - to set the day, then OK to confirm and go to the next setting. Repeat these steps to set the hours and minutes. To exit the time setting mode, turn the selector dial.
Then press the OK button to confirm the reset.
If there is a difference between the actual temperature (taken with a thermometer) and the temperature measured and displayed by the unit, function 2-02 can be used to compensate for the difference by changing the way the sensor takes measurements.
2-02 the Correcting
Correction possible from 5C to +5C in increments of 0.1C. Press the + or buttons to modify, and press the OK button to confirm.
13. Restoring factory settings
The factory settings may be restored for each of the menus. Turn the selector dial to , then hold down the i button for 5 seconds.
Hold down the button for the menu that you wish to reset for 5 seconds (example here with menu 1).
14. Wireless test
Turn the selector dial to , then hold down the 2nd button from the top for 5 seconds until tESt is displayed.
15. Configuring the Radio D10
Hold the MODE button for 10 seconds to enter configuration mode.
Locking the keypad
You can configure the display to show the room temperature or set temperature.
You can lock the keypad, in which case you cannot change the setting or mode, or unlock it. To change the current selection, press the + button, then press the MODE button to confirm and go to the next setting.
Room temperature Temperature setting (default display) Keypad locked
The receiver LED should flash each time a signal is received (approximately every 6 seconds). If this is the case, radio transmission is occurring properly.
To change the current selection, press the + button, then press the MODE button to confirm and go to the next setting.
You can unlock the keypad by entering configuration mode again (hold down the MODE button for 10 seconds).
Otherwise, move your transmitter. Turn the selector dial to exit tESt mode.
Correcting the room temperature measurement
If there is a difference between the actual temperature (taken with a thermometer) and the temperature measured and displayed by the unit, you can change the way the sensor takes measurements by +/- 5C. Press the + or - buttons to adjust the measurement by 0.5C increments, then press the MODE button to confirm and go to the next setting.
Configuring the installation
For the Delta 300 BBC pack, you MUST set this parameter to 01. Press the + button to select 01, then press the MODE button to confirm and exit configuration mode.
Repeat these steps for the other menus. To exit the mode, turn the selector dial to the right.
16. Technical characteristics
Radio Driver and Radio D10 transmitters
Power supplied by two 1.5 V LR03 or AAA alkaline batteries (included); battery life of 2 years under normal use Class III insulation Radio frequency 868 MHz (standard EN 300 220) Class 1 radio equipment (can be placed on the market and put into service without any restrictions) Wireless range: 100 to 300 metres outside, variable depending on the associated equipment (the range can vary depending on the installation conditions and the electromagnetic environment) Wireless remote control device Protection index: IP 30 Storage temperature: -10C to +70C Operating temperature: 0C to +40C Installation in an environment with normal pollution levels Attachment with screws or on a base Radio Driver Clock backup when replacing the batteries: 30 seconds Dimensions: LxHxD = 80 x 103 x 16 mm Radio D10 Dimensions: LxHxD = 80 x 80 x 23 mm
RF 651 and Radio 400 receivers
230V, 50 Hz power supply, 10% Consumption: 0.5 VA Class II insulation Radio frequency 868 MHz (standard EN 300 220) Wireless range: 100 to 300 metres outside, variable depending on the associated equipment (the range can vary depending on the installation conditions and the electromagnetic environment) Automatic action: 1.C (brownout) Storage temperature: -10C to +70C Operating temperature: 0C to +40C Installation in an environment with normal pollution levels Attachment with screws RF outputs 3 A, 230 V Cos = 1 Dimensions: 54 x 102 x 20 mm Protection index: IP 44 Radio output 5 A, 230 V Cos = 1 Dimensions: 50 x 170 x 25 mm Protection index: IP 40 Nothing is displayed on the transmitter screen. There is no power supply. Check the batteries. No LEDs light up on the receiver. The receiver is not powered up. Check the receivers electrical connections. The receiver does not accept commands from the transmitter. The transmitter is not associated with the receiver. Repeat the association procedure. The transmitter batteries are low. Change the transmitter batteries. Radio transmission is not optimal. Transmission quality depends on the installation conditions and environment (type of wall, location, etc.). The icon appears. Battery level is low. Change the batteries, ensuring they are in the correct position.
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