Salus Wired Thermostat | Infrared Heater Control Systems
The RT510+ and RT510RF+ are stylish, simple to install and use fully programmable room thermostats with a range of advanced features and selectable modes. The RT510RF+ uses RF communication with the boiler receiver.
With built in ITLC (Internal Temperature Load Compensation) it is fully compliant with Boiler Plus.
- Better Heating for a Better World
- Beautifully Modern Designed
- Efficient +Easy to Clean
- Simple Operation
- Desk Stand
- ITLC (Internal Temp. Load Compensation)
- Boiler Plus Compatible
- Sleep Mode +Holiday Mode
- Heating Boost Mode
- Frost protection
- Switching Volt Free +230V
- 16 Amp Relay Switching
- Programmable Time +Temperature Scheduling
- Manual Mode on Thermostat to Disable Schedule
- Dimension: Height 96cm | Width 120cm | Depth 27cm
- Estimated Delivery Time: 2-3 Weeks
- Control +Installation
RT510+ is a programmable room thermostat used to control room temperature. Device launching heating system by shorting terminal blocks, simultaneously informing the action and showing this information on the LCD display.
Extended features allows us to use various operating modes - automatic (time schedules), manual, frost protection or holiday. Before use please read this manual carefully. Use only AA 1.5 V alkaline batteries in the thermostat.
Place the batteries into the battery slot located under the cover. Do not use rechargeable batteries.
Relay - is only required if you have a Battery powered Thermostat or a Sensor
You wire to the relay and then out to the panel.
The battery thermostat or sensor would then talk to the hub and the hub will tell the relay to turn the panel on or off.
If you had a wired thermostat you don’t need the relay as it acts as both (the wired thermostat and the sensor).
All Jigsaw Infrared Heaters can be used in zones 2 and 3 in a bathroom setting. Please see image for clarification on zones 2 and 3
Infrared heating is super efficient and cuts down your energy use, you can be sure you’re opting for an eco-friendly heating source. The Greenage, 2017
BENEFITS OF INFRARED
Infrared is a modern, innovative way to heat your property. It looks great, takes up very little space, can be wall or ceiling mounted and comes in a wide range of shapes and sizes to suit your room.
The process is 100% energy efficient, delivering significant energy and cost saving benefits.
Comparison to Other Forms of Heating
• Up to 25% reduction on gas central heating systems.
• Up to 40% reduction on oil central heating systems.
• Up to 50% reduction on electrical storage heating.
• 100% Control as each room is controlled independently
What does it feel like?
• It can help our bodies lose weight, lower high blood pressure and relieve pain. Relaxedwellbeing.com, 2018
• Infrared heating leads to improved circulation and allows the immune system cells and chemicals to converge on the injured areas to facilitate the healing process. Parentgiving.com, 2017
• Infrared light is the reason why we feel warm when the sun is shining in the middle of a wintry day. Thegreenage.co.uk, 2018
Running Costs of Infrared
• Comparing infrared to other forms of electric heating, the savings could be over 50%.
• Due to the effective way that infrared heats a person or object.
• The heat from one of our heaters is immediate.
• Our heaters are virtually maintenance free.
• There are no moving parts, no gas boilers to maintain or to replace.
• Controls allow easy, set it to the desired temperature with your phone or thermostat.
• This can be done in each room rather than an inefficient centrally controlled system.
Benefits Over Gas Central Heating
• Reduced installation cost.
• No maintenance or service costs.
• 100% recyclable.
• From 2025 all new homes will be banned from installing gas.
• Reduced costs and easy to install compared to gas.
• Converts all energy into heat.
• Heating can be monitored and controlled by individual thermostats.
SAVING ENERGY IN THE HOME
“Turn those lights off!’
Save money- save energy- save the planet.
Reduce your Energy Bills
If you’re not using it, turn it off. Spending more time at home could mean you’re receiving larger energy bills than usual.
So, there are simple changes you can make in your home to reduce your electricity and gas usage.
It is important to know how much electricity you’re already using in your home. From there, you can make small changes in almost every room in your home.
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Thermostat Power Supply:
3 (1) A
RX Rating max:
16 (5) A SPST
5 – 35°C
W-120 H-96 D-27
Turning your Heating On
RT510 Series Thermostat - Turning your heating on
How do I turn my heating on, and get the boiler to fire up?
1. To turn your heating on, you will need to raise the setpoint temp. above the current room temp. using the Up Arrow.
2. A flame symbol will be displayed showing the thermostat is now calling for heat and your boiler will run until the room reaches the new set point.
3. The desired setpoint temperature will now be maintained and the boiler will only run when the room temperature drops below your selected temperature to bring it back up to the setpoint.
4. If you want to reduce your set point temperature, use the Down Arrow button to change the setpoint to below your current room temperature.
The flame symbol will disappear to show the thermostat is no longer calling for heat, and your boiler will stop.
RT510 Series Thermostat - Pairing To The Receiver
Receiver Controls ( Auto/Manual Mode, LED's Explained)
Blank Screen - No Display (after changing the batteries)
Unable to change Temperature and 5'C on the screen
How to use Manual Mode
Setting Holiday Mode
Procedures and Configuration Settings.
Setting the Date and Time
Temperature Display Increments
Programming Mode Selection ( 5-2 or Individual )