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INSTRUCTION

Thermostat EFET 130, 131, and 132


Table of contents
1. Applications and functions........................................ 3
2. Installation instructions.. ........................................... 4
a. Installation of sensor for EFET 130, and 132.
b. Placement of EFET 130, 131, and 132.
c. Connection diagram for EFET 130, 131, and 132.
d. Trouble shooting.
3. Technical specications.............................................. 10
4. Guarantee conditions and guarantee certicate.....11-12
080905788 - 01.01 11-2003
NB! The installation must only be carried out by an
authorised electrician. A disconnection must be
incorporated in the xed wiring to ensure all-pole
disconnection from the supply mains.

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The EFET 130-series is a series of electronic
thermostats used for control of indoor heating.
The EFET 130 is used for control of oor heating
installations. The thermostat is equipped with a oor
sensor for control of the desired oor temperature.
The EFET 131 is used for control of room heating
installations. The thermostat is equipped with a built-in
sensor for control of the desired room temperature.
The EFET 132 is used for control of both oor heating
installations and room heating installations.
The thermostat is equipped with a built-in sensor for
control of the desired room temperature. In addition, the
thermostat is equipped with a oor sensor for control of the
desired oor temperature.
Furthermore with the temperature dial and front cover
removed, you can set the maximum oor temperature, be-
tween 20 and 50C, by adjusting the sunken temperature
dial, located in the top right hand corner of the thermostat.
This is an important feature when having wooden oors.
1. Applications and functions
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Away from doors and windows
(at least 50 cm)
110 cm
2. Installation instructions
2.a Installation of sensor for EFET 130, and 132.
The oor sensor should be mounted in a 16 mm installa-
tion pipe which is sealed at the end to prevent penetration
of concrete into the pipe. Minimum bending radius for the
pipe is 50 mm.
The sensor cable must
be placed in between
two strings of the
heating cable.
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To avoid cracks
in the concrete
oor you must
ensure that the
oor is completely
hardened before the
heat is switched on.
2.b Placement of
EFET 130, 131,
and 132.
Thermostat
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1) 2)
3)
Cut
d132
temperature
limiter
Release tab
Min.
Max.
2.c Connection diagrams for EFET 130, 131, and 132.
1 2 3 4
F
NTC
N
Maks 16A N
T
C
devireg 130
5 - 45C
6
F
N
1 2 3 4

Maks 16A
devireg 132
5 - 35C
20C
50C
NTC
N
T
C
3
N
1
F
4 2

5 - 35C
devireg 131
Maks 16A
Temperature limiter
EFET 130 EFET 131
EFET 132
2.d Trouble-shooting.
Control of functioning:
If the heat is not turned on by activating the thermostat,
check the residual current device (RCD) and safety devices
before contacting an authorized electrician.
Fault: No heat
General:
First of all, make sure that all cables, connected to the
thermostat, are properly installed Making sure that each
wire connected to the thermostat, creates a solid contact to
the screw terminal located on the thermostat.
Mains voltage: (terminal 3 & 4)
Measure the live supply voltage at terminal 3 & 4. The
reading should be within specied range, according to the
technical specications.
If not, check the main fuse.
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Thermostat output: (terminal 1 & 2)
Measure the voltage at terminal 1 & 2, (activated thermostat,
red light). The reading should be the same as previously
measured at terminal 3 & 4.
If the reading is ok, continue to the next step, if not replace
the thermostat.
Heating cable: (terminal 1 & 2)
Disconnect the heating cable from terminal 1 & 2 on the
thermostat.
Measure the resistance in the heating cable with an ohm
meter, it is now possible to calculate the installed wattage,
using the formula below:


External sensor input: NTC only for EFET 130 and
EFET 132
Disconnect the external NTC sensor at the terminal NTC, on
the thermostat.
Connect an ohm meter to the NTC sensor, measuring the
ohm value.
P = = W (at 230 V~)
U
2
R
230
2
R
=
8
9
The measured value should be within the specied range
according to the technical specications.
If not, replace the NTC sensor.
Fault: Constant heat
Floor sensor interrupt
If disconnection of the external sensor (NTC) occurs, the
thermostat will be constant on (activated thermostat red
light).
Disconnect the external NTC sensor at the terminal NTC, on
the thermostat.
Connect an ohm meter to the NTC sensor, measuring the
ohm value.
The measured value should be within specied range
according to the technical specications.
If not, replace the NTC sensor.
Relay constantly on
Measure the voltage at terminal 1 & 2, (non-activated ther-
mostat, no light or green light). There should be no voltage at
terminal 1 & 2. If voltage is measured replace the thermostat.
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3. Technical specications:
Operation voltage:
Power consumption:
Relays:
- Resistive load:
- Inductive load:
Sensing unit:
Sensing values:
- 0C:
- 20C:
- 50C:
Hysteresis:
Temperature range:
- 130:
- 131:
- 132:
Ambient temperature:
Frost protection:
LED indicator:
- No light:
- Red light:
- Green light
IP class:
Dimensions:
230 VAC +10% / -20%, 50 Hz
Max. 5W
250V ~ 16A
1A (power factor 0.3)
NTC 15 kOhm at 25 C
42 kOhm
18 kOhm
6 kOhm
~ 0,2 C
(0) 5-45 C
(0) 5-35 C
(0) 5-35 C, for temperature limiter: 20-50 C
-10 to +50C
5C
The system is off
The temperature set point is not reached.
The temperature set point is reached.
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82 mm x 82 mm x 36 mm
Technical data
The Danfoss Warranty:
You have purchased a Danfoss EFET 13x
thermostat, which forms an integrated part of
a Danfoss system, which we are certain will
improve your home comfort and economy.
Danfoss provides complete heating
solu tions with Flex heating cables or Mat
heating mats, Danfoss EFET 13x and Fast
tting bands.
If, however, contrary to all expectations, a
problem should occur with your heating
system, we at Danfoss, with manufacturing
units in Denmark, are, as European Union
suppliers, subject to general product liabi-
lity rules, as stated in Directive 85/374/CEE,
and all relevant national laws which implies
that:
Danfoss provides a warranty for Flex heating
cables and Mat heating mats for a 10 year
period and all other Danfoss products for a
2 year period against defects in material and
production.
The guarantee is granted on the condition
that the WARRANTY CERTIFICATE on the
overleaf is lled out properly in accordance
to instructions and that the defect is in-
spected by, or presented to, Danfoss or
authorised Danfoss distributor.
Please note that the wording of the
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE must be
provided in English or local language with
the ISO code for your country in the upper
left corner of the front page of the
installation instructions in order to release
the warranty.
The obligation of Danfoss will be to repair
or supply a new unit, free of charge to the
customer, without secondary charges
linked to repairing the unit.
In case of defective Danfoss EFET 13x,
Danfoss reserves the right to repair the unit
free of charge and without unreasonable
delay to the customer.
The Danfoss warranty does not cover
installations made by unauthorised
electricians, or faults caused by incorrect
designs supplied by others, misuse,
damage caused by others, or incorrect
installation or any subsequent damage that
may occur. If Danfoss is required to inspect
or repair any defects caused by any of the
above, then all work will be fully
chargeable.
The Danfoss warranty is void, if payment of
the equipment is in default.
At all times, we at Danfoss will respond
honestly, efciently and promptly to all
queries and reasonable requests from our
customers.
The above mentioned warranty concerns
product liability whereas matters in
relation to legislation on sale of goods shall
be referred to national law.
The Danfoss Warranty is granted to:
Name:
Phone:
Warranty Certificate
Address:
Postal code:
Electrical Installation by:
Type of thermostat:
Installation date:
Production code:
Suppliers Stamp:
Please Observe!
In order to obtain the Danfoss Warranty, the following must be
carefully filled in. See other conditions on the overleaf.