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Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
Ip thermostat greenmomit user manual
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  • 1. momit Smart Thermostat User guide
  • 2. The instructions shown below explain how to program ST momit for maximum comfort and performance. Dear user
  • 3. 1. Welcome to Momit ST 2. Language 3. Loading 4. User conditions 5. Country 6. Postal Code 7. Date/hour 8. Unit of measurement 9. User Account 10. Email 11. User password 12. Detect Networks 13. Networks detected 14. Manual insertion 15. Insert Password 16. momit Modes 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Index First conexion
  • 4. Index Main menu 1. Index 2. Main menu 19. Usage of momit ST 20. Minimum requirements. a. Increase/ Decrease the temperature b. Usage c. Calendar c.1. Programación d. momit Mode e. Configuration e.1. Start Configuration e.2. Security temperature e.3. Advanced e.4. Tecnical Configuration 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 37 39
  • 5. First conexion During the first conexion of momit configuration of the device.
  • 6. Welcome to momit ST, the WIFI smart thermostat. WELCOME1 6
  • 7. 2 LANGUAGE In this section we select the language desired. It is a compulsory field to fulfill in order to be able to carry on the configuration of the momit ST. 7
  • 8. 8 3LOADING Please wait while the date is loading.
  • 9. 9 4 USER CONDITIONS You have to agree with the conditions to carry on to the next screem.
  • 10. 10 In order to be able to do a correct consumption study you have to select the country. 5 COUNTRY
  • 11. 11 ZIP CODE As in the previous screen, you must select a code zip to study optimal energy consumption each geographical area. 6
  • 12. 12 Select date and time to program the thermostat. DATE/TIME7
  • 13. 13 Choose a unit of measurement of temperature. UNIT OF MEASUREMENT8
  • 14. 14 If you haven’t create an account previously you have to se- lect the corresponding field. If on the other hand, you haven’t create your account, click on create an account and follow the steps shown on the screen. USER ACCOUNT9
  • 15. 15 Fill out your email address, it is a compulsory field. EMAIL10
  • 16. 16 The password must be at least 6 characters long.This is a compulsory field to fulfil. USER PASSWORD11
  • 17. 17 This screen corresponds to the WIFI configuration. You can intro- duce the network’s name manually or browse it. DETECT NETWORKS12 Detectet networks
  • 18. 18 In the screen you will see the networks available to connect your device NETWORKS DETECTED13
  • 19. 19 You need to validate your user account. You will receive email which will indicate the steps to follow. MANUAL INSERTION14
  • 20. Introduce the corresponding Wifi password. 20 INSERT PASSWORD15
  • 21. 21 This screen shows all of the designs of the momit Smart Ther- mostat that you can to choose from. Press “ok” on the selected design. MOMIT MODES16
  • 22. Main menu During the first connexion of momit ST you will see the screens in order to com- plete successfully the first configuration of the device.
  • 23. Welcome to momit ST, the WIFI smart thermostat. INITIATION1 23
  • 24. 24 a . INCREASE DECRESE TEMPERATURE b. USAGE c. CALENDAR d. MOMIT MODES e.CONFIGURATION MAIN MENU2
  • 25. With just one touch you can reach the desired temperature, selecting it on the screen. Use the symbols “+” and “-”(to increase or decrease the temperature). a. INCREASE DECRESE TEMPERATURE MAIN MENU 25
  • 26. b. USAGE MAIN MENU Select the operation in heating, A / C or off. 26
  • 27. In this screen you can program the temperature for the different pe- riods of the day. At the top you can see the hours and at your left the days. c. CALENDAR MAIN MENU 27
  • 28. 28 In this screen, you can do the calendar programming with the desired temperature, hours and days of the week. c.1 CALENDAR - Schedule MAIN MENU
  • 29. Select the design you want to show the temperature. d. MOMIT MODES MAIN MENU 29
  • 30. e. CONFIGURATION e.1. GENERAL SETTINGS e.2. SECURITY TEMPERATURE e.3. ADVANCED e.4. TECHNICAL SETTINGS MAIN MENU 30
  • 31. Allow you to have access to: - Language - Country - Postal code - Date/hour - Email - Name of the thermostat - Unit of measure - General settingse.1. CONFIGURATION MAIN MENU 31
  • 32. This function makes it possible to determine a safe range setting two temperatures, one as amaximum and the other as a minimum. Once set, the temperature of the thermostat will not be higher or lower than this range. - Security temperaturee.2. CONFIGURATION MAIN MENU 32 Hiting What is the maximum and minimum temperature you want to have? Usage
  • 33. Allow you to activate/disable the functionalities: - Smart - Presence - Ambient - Monitor - Savings - Standby - Advancede.2. CONFIGURATION MAIN MENU 33
  • 34. - Smart. Automatically learns used routines and consumption in a personalized way,self configuring itself based on those habits. - Presence. Energy saving automatically when the thermostat doesn’t detect presence at home. - Ambient. Detects the level of brightness at home in order to apply energy saving measures and switch off the device at nightime. - Monitor: History which controls the usage and the heating and air conditioning consumption. - Savings. Indicates if there is any energy saving compared with previous periods. - Standby. Enabling this option the device is in total saving mode.Screen off, without the usage of heating or air conditio- ning during the indicated period (vacation, trips, etc). 34
  • 35. - Technical settings Allow to have access to: - Specifications - Last conection - Automatic Update - Network - Mac - Reset - Lock e.4. CONFIGURATION MAIN MENU 35
  • 36. - Technical information. Displays the device's technical infor- mation. - Automatic updates. Provides the option to enable or disa- ble automatic updates of the device. - Last conection.. Indicates the date and time of the last online connection of the thermostat. - Network: You will have the option of entering your wireless network password. - Mac: Identification number of each thermostat. - Reset. It has two options: 1 - The thermostat returns to the initial conditions of the system. 2 - Shut down and restart the system. - Lock. If you want to be the one to change the thermostat set- tings, you can lock it using a password. 36
  • 37. Usage of momit19 The tens and units are reflected below left. the scores are repre- sented by hollow circles, and the units are solid circles. Units Tenths Tens 5 6 7 8 90 1 2 3 4 MAYA 37
  • 38. Units tenths Tens In this case there are three bars, the middle corresponds to units (the highest), the left are the dozens and tenths right (with smaller size). The massifs Points represent each unit and hollow point co- rresponds to number 5. 5 6 7 8 90 1 2 3 4 MINIMALIST Usage of momit 38
  • 39. Minimum requirements The smart momit Thermotat works with two kind of systems: heating and air conditioning. We must take into consideration the inputs of the thermostat, that are referring to the system control circuit to handle and not its supply circuit. The heating systems to control should not exceed the following values ​​in their control circuits, during the joint operation in connec- tion with the thermostat: - The thermostat has two relay outputs that support re- sistive load 5A and 2A inductive load as a max. - Up to 30 VDC or 250 VAC as a maximum. The thermostat relay contacts are potential free for a simple two wire installation. 20 39
  • 40. User Guide momit Smart Thermostat

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