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Programming aid for F10-C controller


This sheet has been produced to assist in the programming of the F10-C controller. It breaks down the basic features of the thermostat and is designed to be easy to follow. This document will help you to:
Set time and day.
Set setback programmes and temperatures.
Switch thermostat off and on.

Note. This document should only be used in conjunction with the user manual supplied.

Figure 1.


A Battery cover
B Temperature adjustment for T2 (comfort temperature)
C Temperature adjustment for T1 (setback temperature)
D Time/temperature display button
E Button to assign T1 to selected segment during programming
F Button to alter day during programming
G Button to assign T2 to selected segment during programming
H Button to alter setback times during programming
I On/ off button
J Recessed time adjustment button
K Recessed day adjustment button

To set time and day

  • Remove battery cover (figure 1. A) and place the batteries supplied in the top of the thermostat- display reads 00.00
  • To set the time. Open the plastic window. Using a pen, press and hold the small recessed button marked h (figure 1. J) until the correct time is displayed (figure 2. C). Release the button
  • To set the day. Using a pen, press and release the small recessed button marked day (figure 1.K) until the correct day is displayed (figure 2. A). Release the button.

Figure 2.

A Present day display
B Indication that heater is on
C Time or temperature display
D Flashing segment representing present time
E Displays current program (T1 or T2)

To set-up setback facility

The F10-C has 2 temperatures which can be preset, these are known as T1 (setback temperature) and T2 (comfort temperature). The most common use for the setback temperature is through the night when, by setting a very low setback temperature you can effectively turn the heater off. The F10-C controller allows you to setup, in 30 minute segments, which of the two temperatures you want the thermostat to regulate to. The following example shows the programming of 1 setback between 11.00pm and 7.00am seven days a week. (If you require more complex setback programmes please refer to user manual supplied)

  • From the normal operation screen, with the time displayed, open the plastic cover and press the button marked >> (figure 1. H)
  • Display reads prog, also the segment corresponding to the present time is now flashing, and a day is displayed (figure 2. A)
  • Press and release the button marked day repeatedly until mo (Monday) is displayed.
  • Press and release the button marked >> repeatedly, until the flashing segment is above the dot representing 23.00hrs.
  • Press the button marked T1.
  • Press the button marked >> once to move on to the next 30 minute segment.
  • Press the button marked T1.
  • Repeat this process until you come to the 30 minute segment above the dot representing 7.00am. Now instead of pressing the button marked T1, press T2.
  • Repeat this process until all segments are allocated up to 11.00pm.
  • Press the button marked C/h and the button marked day at the same time to copy the setback programme from Monday to Tuesday. Note. mo changes to tu.
  • Repeat this process through all 7 days until mo is displayed once more.
  • Do not press any buttons for approx. 5 seconds, for normal operation to resume.

Programming setback temperatures

This is the temperature that the thermostat will maintain during setback operation. To change this, starting from the normal operation screen, press the button marked T1 (figure 1. E), now turn the dial marked T1 (figure 1. C) and the current set temperature appears on the screen, turn the dial to adjust (figure 1. A) (temperature appears on the screen) to the required temperature. Do not press any buttons for approx. 5 seconds and display reverts to normal operation screen.

To set comfort temperature

This is the temperature that the thermostat will maintain when not in a setback programme (in the example given from 7.00am until 11.00pm). To set this, from normal operation mode, lower the plastic cover. Press the button marked T2 (figure 1. G) and rotate the dial marked T2 (figure 1. B) to the required temperature. Do not press any buttons for approx. 5 seconds and display reverts to normal operation screen.
Note. As a guide to setting the comfort temperature, the 'European norm' is 24C

To switch the thermostat on/off

From the normal operation mode, lower the plastic cover and press the button marked with the 'on/off' symbol (figure 1.I). Display disappears and only the clock is displayed. Now the thermostat is inactive and setback programmes will not operate. To turn the thermostat back on, simply press the button marked with the 'on/off' symbol again.
Note. Once the thermostat is switched back on, the setback programmes will reactivate.