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LesF

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#237904 23-Jun-2018 13:18
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I have floor heating with a Carel controller unit, I don't have any instructions for changing the time and temperature settings.

 

Does anybody know how I can determine a specific model number and find documentation on it?

 

I am also interested in finding an alternative to this controller, maybe something a little smarter with remote access etc.  Any suggestions for replacing this?

 

 

 

 

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/16qytPOSRres-HZi_IYu1rdk0jM17eZ5d/view?usp=sharing

 

 

 

 


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JeremyNzl
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  #2042821 23-Jun-2018 13:33
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Its a Carel Digital Controller PJ32V6P

 

Manual http://www.carel.com/documents/10191/0/+030220221/70b5c7dc-c8b6-41aa-95fa-5e5ccc6ef042?version=1.0

 

 

 

Sometimes they have a numerical password, my coolstore ones use 22 


LesF

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  #2042835 23-Jun-2018 14:11
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Thanks, that will be a big help.   

 

The timing is actually controlled by a separate Hager unit on the fuse panel, but the temp controller needs some adjustment.

 

It doesn't help that they left the temperature sensor dangling below this setup in the garage, which is never the same temperature as the house, but we will work with what we can.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2042839 23-Jun-2018 14:23
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You should be able to extend the loose probe to reach your desired location providing you can route the cable, 

 

I have used simple 2 wire speaker cable in the coolstore, If coming from the panel make sure cable used in the panel has insulation rated for 230v

 

If removing it from the panel please be sure of voltage,

 

some Carels are 230v in and some have an industrial (not safe outside a sealed panel) powersupply with 230v on it.

 

 


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