UTN-4991Efficient, intuitive and stylish
Non-Programmable Thermostat with Built-in GFCI
OJ Microline® intuitive Non-programmable OJ Microline thermostat with built-in GFCI. Optimal comfort in controlling electrical underfloor heating. Built-in effciency, intuitive operation and with a stylish design
EFFICIENT, INTUITIVE AND STYLISH
* Industrial Design:
USA – Design Patent No. D633445
Canada – Design Patent No. D130878
- Simple user interface and thoughtful installation design
- Easy to use with no need for use of manual
- Screw terminals for safe and easy installation
- Multi voltage: 120 – 240 V (incl. 208 V)
- Output relay: 15 A
- Large back-lit display for easy reading
- Class A GFCI: suitable for wet room installation
|Product Sheet, UTN / USG, English-USA|
File type/size:PDF ( 550.43 KB )
|User Manual, UTN (EN-US, FR-CA, ES-MX)|
File type/size:PDF ( 1.93 MB )
|Instructions, UDG / UCG / UTN / USG (EN-US, FR-CA, ES-MX)|
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The program settings are permanent, the clock will be reset after 2 to 4 hours.
From the home screen
Press "OK" button twice
Press button UP and DOWN simultaneously for 3 sec.
Unlock Child Lock (MP4)
Error code "E2" means defective, damaged or not connected floor sensor. Check connections or replace sensor if necessary.
Your heat mat or installation between thermostat and heat mat has a fault current to ground. The thermostat has cut off the power for your safety. Please contact your local electrician.
Check the connections between the two units. If the USG is connected incorrectly to the thermostat, the USG won't switch off.
The ground wire in the floor mat must be connected directly to the ground wire of the supply.
The recommended night setback is max 5°C/41°F
Yes the adaptive function is reset during a factory reset.
In general, it is recommended that the maximum sensor cable length should be 164 feet/50 meters, the length might be shorter. Read the instructions for the precise maximum length.
"E2" means defective, damaged or disconnected floor sensor. Sensor resistance should be 10 or 12 kOhm at 25°C (77°F). The onstruction or quick guide holds informatiom for the specific thermostats.