radiator thermostat HT100
PROG TEMP ZEIT FENS RES
ADAPURLA INST OFFS VERS
Menu structure overview
Comfort temperatur AUS/EIN
Reset factory settings
Actuator travel adjustment
Holiday period Profile
Temperature fluctuation -/+5C°
Set-back temperature AUS/EIN
month day hours minute
1. Remove battery cover/Insert batteries
2. Enter Date and Time
3.a Mounting on the radiator without adapter
Valve - Radiator Thermostat HT100
No adapter is required for the following valves:
Heimeier, Junkers Landys+Gyr, MNG, Honeywell Braukmann, since these have thread
dimensions of M30 x 1.5 mm. Adapters for Danfoss RAV (pin must be put on the valve
tappet) Danfoss RA and Danfoss RAVL are enclosed.
An adapter is required for the following valves:
Herz M28 x 1,5 mm, Comap M28 x 1,5 mm, Vaillant 30,5 mm, Oventrop M30 x 1,0 mm,
Meges M38 x 1,5 mm, Ondal M38 x 1,5 mm, Giacomini 22,6 mm, Rossweiner M33 x 2,0
mm, Markaryd M28 x 1,0 mm, Ista M32 x 1,0 mm, Vama M28 x 1,0 mm, Pettinaroli
M28 x 1,5 mm, T+A M28 x 1,5 mm oder Gampper 1,2,6.
If E1appears in the display then the installation was
not successful. Look at the Support Table.
3.b Mounting on the radiator with adapter
Valve – Adapter – Radiator Thermostat HT100
Pull the battery cover, in the recess on the underside of the housing, upwards. Insert two
batteries of type AA/Mignon with correct polarity (observe plus / + and minus / -, see imprint
in the battery compartment). Pay attention to the correct position of the batteries to avoid
contact interference. Close the battery compartment again. Due to the lower output voltage
of batteries (batteries = 1.5V, rechargeable batteries = 1.2V) there may be a very short period
of operation. We therefore recommend to use high quality alkaline batteries for a long and
• For safety and licensing (CE) reasons, unauthorized conversion and/or
modification of the product is prohibited. NEVER disassemble it.
• The product is not a toy, it does not belong in children‘s hands.
• The product is only suitable for indoor use, it must not get damp or wet.
• Do not carelessly leave packaging material lying around.
• It could be a dangerous toy for children.
• Be careful when using the product. Knocks, blows or even a
fall from a low height can damage it.
• Should you have any questions that are not answered in this manual,
please contact us or another professional.
• Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Do not let batteries lying
around openly as there is the danger of them being swallowed by child-
ren or pets. If swallowed, consult a doctor immediately!
• Leaking or damaged batteries can cause burns on contact with skin,
therefore use suitable protective gloves when handling them. Leaking
battery fluids are chemically very aggressive. Objects or surfaces which
come into contact with them, can sometimes be massively damaged.
Keep batteries at a suitable location.
• Batteries must not be shorted, disassemble or thrown into the fire.
Risk of explosion!
• Conventional non-rechargeable batteries cannot be recharged,
Risk of explosion!
• Do not mix batteries with different state (e.g., full and half-full
batteries. Always replace the whole set of batteries.
• When inserting the batteries pay attention to the correct polarity
(Note: Plus / + and minus).
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Basic Operating Modes
MANU mode: In the MANU Mode HT100 regulates to the set temperature by hand.
AUTO Mode: HT100 changes in the AUTO Mode according to the set
Time program between two temperatures.
The heating and economy times can be specified via the adjustable time program.
A maximum of 8 switch points (4 heating and 4 economy times) may be set per day.
The Radiator Thermostat HT100 has the following factory settings:
Heating time: Heating to comfort temperature
(factory setting: 1. heating time at 07:00 clock - 21 ° C)
Saving time: Reduction to economy temperature
(factory setting: 1. saving time at 22:00 clock - 16 ° C)
With the setting wheel a change in the room temperature is possible in the AUTO Mode
at any time, this will remain until the next switching point. The process can be terminated
prematurely by pressing the MENU button.
Button: Main Menu
Button: Timer function