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Produkt: IB-Tron 1000HT-BL-230V - Programmable room/floor/tank thermostat, with backlight, with power supply 230V.

IB-Tron 1000HT-BL-230V - Programmable room/floor/tank thermostat, with backlight, with power supply 230V.

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IB-TRON 3100HT

Basic information:

IB-Tron 1000 HT thermostat is independent microprocessor thermostat with large LCD display. The thermostat is designed to control work of valves, air dampers, electric air heaters, pumps, fans and other two- and three-point controlled appliances (on/off).

IB-Tron 1000 HT thermostat allows to control process of heating and cooling. It allows to maintain the desired temperature in building/room according to fixed weekly work scheduler.

IB - Tron 1000 HT thermostat allows to save energy costs. Thermostat contributes to protect environment. IB-Tron 1000 HT thermostats can be commonly used in: hotels, offices, supermarkets, factories, hospitals, houses and other buildings.

Features:

  • Large, blue backlit LCD display which shows current temperature, a day of the week and other information.
  • Esthetic and modern design.
  • Easy, intuitive operating and programming.
  • Power supply from network 230V with baterry clock backup.
  • Non-volatile memory setting.
  • Comprehensive programming process in a weekly cycle with an accuracy of 1 minute and with possibility of programming four time periods each day.
  • Manual and automatic control.
  • Adjustable three heating temperatures:
    • Comfortable
    • Economic
    • Holiday
  • Support of two temperature sensor:
    • RT - buit-in room temperature sensor. It can be replaced by external sensor.
    • FT - additional external temperature sensor e.g. floor area, hot water tank.
  • Three modes of thermostat operating:
    • A - Device control is based only on built-in temperature sensor (RT).
    • F - Device control is based only on connected external sensor(FT).
    • AF - Device control is based on built-in sensor (RT) and input of additional temperature sensor (FT) has one of three functions, described later in this manual: lower limit, upper limit or digital input.
  • Displayed temperature with 0,1 ºC accuracy
  • The possibility of calibrate device (external sensors on long wires, independent calibration of FT and RT)
  • Adjustable hysteresis
  • GUARD function - protection devices from damage.
  • TEST function - Forced turning on and turning off device.
  • Large load - to 2 kW - allows to direct connection most of electrical appliances without the use of contactor.
  • Network, RS - 485 communication (optional)
  • The possibility of remote control (optional)
  • Keyboard lock
  • Wide range of temperature settings.
  • The possibility of directly control an actuating module (power supply 230V on control output) or control a gaz boiler (optional - thermostat’s output is potential-free normally open contact).

Technical Data:

  • Energy consumption: < 2 W
  • Storage temperature: -5 ºC ÷ 50 ºC
  • Displayed temperature: -20 ÷ 140 ºC (every 0,1ºC )
  • Setting range:-20 ÷ 99 ºC (every 0,5ºC )
  • Setting range of FT temperature limit: -20 ÷ 99 ºC (every 0,5 ºC)
  • Accuracy: 1 ºC
  • Hysteresis: 0,1 ÷ 0,5 ºC (every 0,1ºC); 0,5 ÷ 5 ºC every 1ºC
  • Hysteresis of FT temperature limit (in the AF mode) 1 ÷ 5 ºC (every 1ºC)
  • Maximum load: 2000 W
  • Power supply: 230V AC
  • Casing: ABS
  • Dimensions [mm]:120x120x23
  • Display: LCD (4``)
  • Control: Electronic
  • Protection rating: IP30
  • Clock backup: 36 moths

Available Models:

BL - blue backlight (backlight is activated by pressing any button and deactivated after a certain period of inactivity)

RC - IR remote control

NW - thermostat to work in the network (RS 485 communication)

230V - thermostat with output 230V

NO - thermostat with normally open output.

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Thermostat (the main panel)
  • 1x Power module
  • 1x Built-in temperature sensor
  • 1x Operating manual
  • 1x Operating manual for network (only with NW model)
  • 1x Pilot of remote control with battery (only with RC model)

General considerations:

  • The thermostat gives 230V voltage on the output (support of pump, valve, air damper, heating mat etc.). It’s possible to modify the output - during switching the output terminals can be potential-free shorted (cooperation with a typical gas stove).
  • During installation of thermostat, the supply of electricity should be turned off. It’s recommended to entrust the installation a specialized institution.
  • IB-Tron 1000HT thermostat consists of two parts: main panel with LCD display, keyboard and power module, with input terminals and output terminals.
  • Control panel is adapted to surface-mounting or to mounting on a standard wiring box (spacing of holes- about 60mm). Power module is predicted to be placed inside this box. Both of modules are connected with each other by five wire cable, with a length of several centimeters.
  • Built-in RT sensor is complete with thermostat. FT sensor isn’t supplied with thermostat. RT sensor is on the 20cm wire and it can be bring out at the back of casing.
  • RT sensor can be extended according to needs or it can be replaced by another type of sensor (if it’s needed).
  • Change of RT sensor doesn’t invalidate the warranty.

Operating principle:

Thermostat measures the temperature. If this temperature is below the current desired value, the thermostat wants to run heating device to raise temperature to the desired level.

Thermostat can cooperate with built-in internal sensor (mode A) or with external sensor (mode F). These modes are equivalent in terms of operating principle and options. Thermostats differ only sensor.

Mixed mode is also possible. In this mode thermostat cooperates with both sensors simultaneously (mode AF). Full description of mode AF is in the following section.

Temperature sensors:

  • The sensors can be extended to any length but we should remember that extension above 10m may cause a deviation of measurement with each meter and falsifying results. Therefore, for distance above 10m device has to be calibrated. Sensors have to be extend of wires: 2x 0,75 mm2.
  • The thermostat is compatible with NTC 10kOhm sensors having the following characteristics:
Temperature [ºC] Resistance[Ohm]
-40 346 405
-30 181 628
-20 99 084
-10 56 140
0 32 960
10 20 000
20 12 510
25 10 000
30 8 047
40 5 310
50 3 588
60 2 476
70 1 743
80 1 249
90 911
100 647

AF Mode:

Thermostat IB-Tron 1000HT, working in mode AF, regulates the temperature based on built-in sensor RT, using also from the external sensor FT.

Thermostat, similarly as in mode A, switches heating device when temperature of sensor RT is below desired value, but only if suitable conditions set for sensor FT are met

Input FT in mode AF has one of three functions:

1. Upper limit.

In work mode AF with upper limit, thermostat is trying to keep desired temperature on the sensor RT, but only if temperature of sensor FT is lower than value limit of sensor FT. If temperature of sensor FT is higher than value limit, actuating device is disabled (even if desired temperature of sensor RT is not reached).

A good illustration of mode AF with upper limit is floor heating. Thermostat is trying to keep desired air temperature e.g. 20ºC (sensor RT), but if maximum floor temperature is exceeded e.g. 38ºC (sensor FT), heating is disabled to avoid overheating the floor - even if desired temperature of sensor RT is not reached.

2. Lower limit.

In work mode AF with lower limit, thermostat is trying to keep desired temperature on the sensor RT, but only if temperature of sensor FT is higher than value limit of sensor FT. If temperature of sensor FT is lower than value limit, actuating device is disabled (even if desired temperature of sensor RT is not reached).

A good illustration of mode AF with lower limit is central heating system with buffer tank, from which heat is received. Thermostat is trying to receive desired air temperature e.g. 20ºC (sensor RT), but if the buffer tank (sensor FT) doesn’t have a hot water (temperature is below the minimum limit, e.g. 35ºC), heating will not be switched on.

3. ‚Remote holiday’ function.

When you choose a remote holiday function, input of sensor FT operates as digital input - this input can be as NO or NC. The user chooses if state of active input FT has to be NO or NC.

If the input FT is active, thermostat automatically switches to holiday mode and keeps holiday temperature. If the input FT is not active, thermostat works in the last selected mode.

‚Remote holiday’ mode has been added because GSM units and other systems of remote control by phone and internet became popular. This option is especially comfortable when householders leave for winter holidays. When householders are absent, lower holiday temperature can be set, but it would be best if householders have returned to preheated house. It’s sufficient, when relay of the unit, which cooperates with the thermostat is remotely switched for a few hours before returning, thermostat goes out from the holiday mode and keeps a higher temperature in the house.

Structure:

IB-TRON 3100HT

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Two loose wires with thermistor come out from the thermostat (internal sensor), it can be cut and connect external RTsensor.

LCD Display:

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Power module (with output 230V):

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Connection:

  • 1, 2 - external FT sensor
  • 3, 4 - power of thermostat 230V AC (3 - wire phase, 4 - wire neutral)
  • 5 - on this output will be phase if heating process isn’t implemented (when temperature is at the appropriate level, when the limit of FT sensor is active in the AF mode or when thermostat is turned off).
  • 6 - on this output will be phase if heating process is implemented.

ATTENTION! Do not connect thermostats with voltage output to typical gas stove, because it causes its damage!

Power module (with normally-open contact):

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Connection:

  • 1, 2 - external FT sensor
  • 3, 4 - power of thermostat 230V AC (3 - wire phase, 4 - wire neutral)
  • 5, 6 - these two terminals are shorted when heating process has to be implemented. A signal can be used e.g. to run gas stove.

ATTENTION! The module with output 230V is default supplied.

Dimensions:

Dimensions of main panel (mm):

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Dimensions of power module (mm):

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Example of applications:

In work mode A and with NO contact:

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Thermostat measures temperature in the representative room by built-in RT sensor. If this temperature is lower than the desired temperature on the thermostat, terminals number 5 and 6 are shorted, which is a signal of switching gas boiler.

In work mode F and with voltage output

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Thermostat measures temperature in the hot water tank by FT sensor. If this temperature is lower than the desired temperature on the thermostat, the terminal number 6 is shorted which allows to switching on an electric heater of tank.

In work mode AF and upper temperature limit

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Requirement of switching on:

  • RT temperature < set temperature
  • FT temperature < temperature of limit

Thermostat measures temperature in the representative room by built-in RT sensor. It controls floor heating by opening and closing the valve with actuator. If RT temperature is lower than the desired temperature on the thermostat, the phase is given on terminal number 6 (opening the valve). When temperature in the room reaches the desired value, the valve is closing (phase is given on terminal number 5).

Additional, during opening the valve, thermostat controls temperature of floor area (FT sensor). If this temperature exceeds the desired limit (e.g. 30 ºC), the valve is unconditionally closing - even if temperature in the room (RT sensor) hasn’t reached the desired value yet. The valve will open again after cooling down floor to lower temperature than limit’s temperature. Temperature of FT sensor is limited from upper.

In work mode AF and lower temperature limit

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Requirement of switching on:

  • RT temperature < set temperature
  • FT temperature > temperature of limit

Thermostat measures temperature in the representative room by built-in RT sensor. It controls central heating by switching on a circulating pump. A solid fuel boiler is a source of heatong. If RT temperature is lower than the desired temperature on the thermostat, the pump is started (phase is given on terminal number 6).

Thermostat additionally controls temperature of boiler (FT sensor). If this temperature is lower than the desired limit (e.g. 35 ºC), it is a signal for thermostat that boiler is disabled. Thermostat will not run the pump even if temperature in the room (RT sensor) hasn’t reached the desired value yet. Temperature of FT sensor is limited from down.

In work mode AF and function ‚remote holiday’

IB-TRON 3100HT

Thermostat measures temperature in the representative room by built-in RT sensor. In case of deficiency of heat, thermostat turns on gas boiler by short-circuit of suitable input of gas boiler.

In this case, input FT is not used to connect temperature sensor, but it used to connect NO contact. Such contact may be an element of GSM control unit, an element of alarm control unit or other control device, which has got potential-free NO output.

When contact connected to the input FT is open, thermostat operates according to the set mode (manual mode or automatic mode) and maintains comfortable temperature or economic temperature.

When contact connected to the input FT is shorted, thermostat switches to the holiday mode and maintains as long as the input FT is shorted. Opening the input FT causes return to previous mode. In the holiday mode is maintained holiday temperature, which can be much lower than temperatures maintained during using the building.

A signal which runs the holiday mode is default short-circuit of input FT. You can also configure the thermostat and invert a logical states. Then holiday mode will be maintained after opening input FT.

Calibration:

After proper connection the thermostat is ready to work. The thermostat is factory calibrated to work with standard sensor. However, with long wires, displayed temperature may be different from real temperature.

Clock displaying:

Time can be displayed in 24-hour system or 12-hour system.

Temperature units:

Temperature can be displayed in ºC and ºF

GUARD function:

If the controlled device (e.g.: air damper, valve or pump) is not working for a long period of time, it may be damaged. Therefore it is important that each element was periodically turned on even when there is no need from point of view of system logic.

This protective function is GUARD function. It monitors work of controlled devices. If the device doesn’t change its status of the operating by 240 hours, the thermostat changes the status for 20 seconds.

Test of relays:

TEST function is used to check the controlled device (e.g.: a pump) - if it’s well connected and working properly.

Keyboard lock:

To protect thermostat from unwanted change settings, you can lock thermostat keyboard.

When keyboard lock is activated, on display is visible a padlock symbol and keyboard doesn’t respond to pressing keys.

Hysteresis:

Hysteresis means a difference ( in ºC or ºF) between a threshold of switching on and switching off actuating module and desired temperature.

For example: If temperature 20ºC and hysteresis is set on 0,5ºC , actuating module (heating device) will be switched on when the temperature drops below 19,5ºC and actuating module will be switched off when the temperature increases above 20,5ºC . Next switching on thermostat will be again when the temperature drops below 19,5ºC .

Higher value of hysteresis reduces number of cycles switch on/switch off actuating module (saves device), but causes fluctuations of temperature.

Work mode:

Thermostat can work in three modes:

  • A - Control of device is based only on built-in temperature sensor (RT).
  • F - Control of device is based only on connected external sensor (FT).
  • AF- Control of device is based on built-in temperature sensor (RT) and connected additional external sensor (FT). Thermostat is trying to keep desired temperature (RT) but only when FT temperature is at the appropriate level (upper and lower FT temperature limit).

Limit of FT temperature:

User has ability to choose one of three ways of operating input FT in mode AF (see chapter: ‚AF mode’).

Hysteresis of FT temperature limit:

FT temperature limit is also covered hysteresis. For example: If it is upper temperature limit to a value of 40ºC and hysteresis for a limit 20ºC, the thermostat will turn off actuating module when FT temperature exceeds a value of 42ºC. Actuating module will be switched on again when FT temperature drops below 38ºC (if RT temperature didn’t reach before the desired value).

Temperatures:

Thermostat can keep temperature: comfortable, econimic or holiday (permamently or according to program).

Work Scheduler:

In the automatic mode thermostat works according to work scheduler. It means setting suitable temperature (comfortable/economic) at concrete hour. In the automatic mode on display is visible AUTO symbol.

With scheduler you can set economic temperature in periods when e.g. building/room is not used or in nocturnal periods, and you can set comfortable temperature when building/room is used.

You can program four time segments each day of the week, which were symbolically presented on display:

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A temperature symbol is visible together with the time segment symbol to know what type of temperature the time range concerns:

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  • The fourth time segment lasts until the beginning of the first time segment the next day (e.g. from9:00 p.m. on Monday to 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday).
  • If there is no need to use all these four time segments, you can set short segments, for example:
  • 1. 7:00
  • 2. 7:01
  • 3. 7:02
  • 4. 15:00
  • When thermostat implements the scheduler (works in automatic mode), on display is visible AUTO symbol.

Manual Mode:

In manual mode the thermostat constantly keeps desired temperature (without work scheduler).

  • If thermostat works in manual mode, on display is visible MANU symbol and time segment symbol is not visible.
  • Thermostat is in the manual mode until user doesn’t change it to automatic mode.

State of working:

When the thermostat is working, on display is visible a flame symbol.

Additionally, bar ratio symbolically presents difference between prevailing temperature (indicated temperature) and desired temperature (it shows how much heat is missing).

Semi-automatic Mode:

In semi-automatic mode thermostat keeps different temperature than in the scheduler to the end of time segment. Then it automatically goes back to the automatic mode.

E.g. from 09:00 p.m. thermostat has to keep economic temperature according to scheduler, but user wants that thernostat will keep comfortable temperature to 7:00 a.m. and returned to automatic work.

Errors:

On display may appear symbols that signify:

  • LO - temperature on current sensor is below the lower measuring range.
  • HI - temperaturw on current sensor is above the upper measuring range.
  • ERR - current sensor is not connected or is damaged.
  • Visible symbol of RT and FT in the course when appears above symbol of this error, determines the current sensor (sensor which concern the error)
  • In these cases, for safety reasons, actuating module is blocked (phase on the output 5).

Network communication:

Thermostat is also available in versions adapted to work in network.

There is version based on RS-485 communication..

Issues relating to network communication are contained in separate manuals connected with IB-System.

Software version

INSBUD company supports policy of development. Thats why rights to making changes and improvements in products and manuals without prior notice reserved!

Our company is open to all suggestions to improve our thermostats. If you have an idea for new function or you need unusual solution of problem please contact us.

This manual is appropriate for IB-Tron 1000HT with software version:

Operation and functionality may be different from information contained in this manual, if your thermostat has other software version than software version 007.

Remote Control:

RC model allows to remote control of thermostat.

  • Comprehensive, remote operating of the thermostat.
  • Dimensions: 85x40x5 mm
  • Battery: CR2025 3V (included)

IB-TRON 3100HT

v2.0

  • Parameters
    • Number of supported temperature sensors 2
    • Number of relays (total) 1
    • Ethernet communication Nie
    • RS-485 communication Nie
    • Remote control Nie
    • Backlight Tak
    • Controlling Elektroniczne
    • Output 1 230V
    • Power supply 230V AC
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