Page 5 Your Wi-Fi thermostat needs a fixed IP address in order for local and remote access to operate, so you will need to set this up manually. Log into your wireless router and navigate to the LAN settings page. You should see an option for DHCP setup. This should detail the IP range that can be assigned to devices connecting to the network.
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Page 5 Your Wi-Fi thermostat needs a fixed IP address in order for local and remote access to operate, so you will need to set this up manually. Log into your wireless router and navigate to the LAN settings page. You should see an option for DHCP setup. This should detail the IP range that can be assigned to devices connecting to the network. In most cases, this is the IP address of your wireless router. If you are using the Multi-Link on the system, the gateway of the thermostat will need to be the IP address of the Multi-Link.
There are currently 4 methods of securing your wireless connection in common use These are Your thermostat utility can deal with both options. The following restrictions apply: A hex password can only be made up of the numbers 0 to 9 and the letters a to f, lower case only.
Hex passwords can only be 10 characters or 26 characters in length. Page 9 As a brief outline, you should first create a new service within your router, specifying the port number and the IP ad- dress to forward to, the port numbers needed are explained below. Page 10 Connecting to the Thermostat from your Web Browser To connect to your thermostat, open your preferred browser and enter the IP address that you gave the thermostat during setup and press enter.
We recommend you change these settings to ensure the security of your system. Page Pairing With The Receiver Connecting to the Thermostat from your Smartphone or Tablet application To connect to your thermostat, launch the app on your smartphone or tablet, there are now three sections to fill in.
Each UH1-W on the system will need a different id number. Page 15 UH1-W should now be active. A programmable room thermostat is both a programmer and a room thermostat. A room thermostat works by sensing the air temperature, switching on the heating when the air temperature falls below the thermostat setting, and switching it off once this set temperature has been reached. Page 17 The way to set and use your programmable room thermostat is to find the lowest temperature settings that you are comfortable with at the different times you have chosen, and then leave it alone to do its job.
Displayed when the floor temperature rises above the floor limit temperature. Indicates the current room temperature. Indicates the thermostat is in Away Mode. Indicates the thermostat has successfully connected to the Wi-Fi Router.
Programmable room thermostats need a free flow of air to sense the temperature, so they must not be covered by curtains or blocked by furniture. Page 20 Installation The thermostat is designed to be flush mount, a back box of 35mm should have been sunk in the wall prior to installation. Step 1 Carefully separate the front half of the thermostat from the back plate by placing a small flat head terminal driver in to the slots on the bottom face of the thermostat.
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