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Table of Contents

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ERP Sheet
Model identifier(s): Alutherm Baseboard
Item Symbol Value Unit Item Unit
Heat output Type of heat input, for electric storage local
space heaters only (select one)
Nominal heat
output
Pnom 2,5 kW
manual heat charge control,
with integrated thermostat
Not applicable
Minimum heat
output (indicative)
Pmin 1,0 kW
manual heat charge control
with room and/or outdoor
temperature feedback
Not applicable
Maximum
continuous heat
output
Pmax,c 2,5 kW
electronic heat charge
control with room and/or
outdoor temperature
feedback
Not applicable
Auxiliary
electricity
consumption
fan assisted heat output Not applicable
At nominal heat
output
elmax 2,400 kW
Type of heat output/room temperature control
(select one)
At minimum heat
output
elmin 0,970 kW
single stage heat output and
no room temperature control
no
In standby mode elSB
0.542W(WIFI
function if
any turned off)
Two or more manual stages,
no room temperature control
no
1.04W(while the
WIFI
function turned on)
with mechanic thermostat
room temperature control
no
with electronic room
temperature control
no
electronic room temperature
control plus day timer
no
electronic room temperature
control plus week timer
yes
Other control options (multiple selections
possible)
room temperature control,
with presence detection
no
room temperature control,
with open window detection
yes
with distance control option yes
with adaptive start control no
with working time limitation no
with black bulb sensor no
Contact details EUROM-KOKOSSTRAAT 20-8281 JC-GENEMUIDEN-NETHERLANDS
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Thank you
Thank you very much for choosing for a EUROM device. You have made a good
choice! We hope you will be satisfied about its functioning.
To get maximum profit from your product, it is important to read this manual
attentive and totally before use, and to understand what is written. Read especially
the safety instructions: they are there to protect you and your environment.
Keep the manual in a safe place for future reference. Store also the package: that is
the best protection for your product in times of no-use. And if you at any time pass
the appliance on, pass on the manual and package too.
We wish you a lot of fun with the Alutherm Baseboard!
Eurom
Kokosstraat 20
8281 JC Genemuiden (NL)
info@eurom.nl
www.eurom.nl
This manual has been complied with the utmost care. Nevertheless, we reserve the
right to optimize this manual at any time and to adjust it technically. The image
used may differ.
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Symbol explanation
Do not cover the device!
Important warning
This device is drip-proof / splash-proof and may be used in
bathrooms and other damp rooms. To prevent contact with water,
the device must be mounted in bathrooms and in a humid place
at a fixed location at least 100 cm from water taps and water
reservoirs. The use of the device on feet is not permitted in
bathrooms and damp rooms.
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Technical data
Supply Voltage 220-240V / 50Hz
Capacity 2000 W
Settings 800-1200-2000 W
Thermostat +
Day-timer +
Weekly timer +
Insulation class IP24
Dimensions Wall mounted
Freestanding
10 x 112,5 x 17 cm
13,7 x 112,5 x 21,3 cm
Weight 4,0 kg
Warning electric heaters
Safety warning - general
1. Read the user instructions carefully and completely before using
(and installing) this device. Keep the instruction leaflet somewhere
safe so that you can consult it and pass it on in future.
2. Before use, check your new device (including cable and plug) for
any visible damage. Never use a damaged device but take it back
to the supplier for a replacement.
3. In the event of incorrect usage or installation, there is a risk of
electric shocks and/or a fire hazard.
Warnings position of the device with wall mounting
1. Do not use the device before it has been fully installed as set out in
the user instructions. Never use the device standing up or leaning
against something, or similar. Never insert the plug into the socket
before the device has been correctly installed at the appropriate
place.
2. When installing, the following minimum distances should be
considered:
Minimum distance to ceiling: 150 cm
Minimum distance to side walls: 30 cm
Minimum distance to the ground: 10 cm
Minimum distance to the front: 50 cm
3. The air around the device must be able to circulate freely. Never
install it too close to large objects and never under a shelf,
cupboard, curtains or similar. The minimum distances from large
objects such as shelves, cupboards, etc. to the top, sides and
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underneath of the device are equal to the aforementioned minimum
distances to ceilings, side walls and the ground, respectively.
4. This device is, in principle, suitable for installation in damp spaces
such as bathrooms, wash rooms etc. (IP24). The device may only
be used in the bathroom if it is installed at a fixed point and the
device is at least 100 centimetres from water-points and water
reservoirs (tap, bath, shower, toilet, sink, swimming pool, etc.).
Make sure that the device cannot fall into water and that it cannot
be penetrated by water. If the device does get wet make sure you
remove the plug from the socket! Do not use a device that is wet
inside but take it to be repaired. Never immerse the device, cable
or plug in water or any other fluid and never touch device with wet
hands.
5. If the device is installed in a bathroom, it must be installed such
that the switches and other operating components cannot be
touched by a person in the bath or shower.
6. The wall or ceiling to which the device is secured and the ceiling
and walls within 1 metre of the device must not be made of
flammable materials. Materials must be resistant to temperatures of
at least 200°C without burning, melting, deforming or bursting into
flames. Check regularly to ensure that the wall and ceiling are not
overheating; this could be dangerous!
7. Only use the device if it has been secured properly. Make sure that
you always use attachment materials that are suitable for the
surface you are working with; consult an expert if required.
8. With wall installation: never block the space between the device
and the wall.
9. If this device is connected directly to your electrical installation, it
must be installed by a specialist, taking into account the valid
regulations/legislation.
Warnings position of the device with free-standing use
1. Only use the device when the feet/wheels have been installed.
Using the device without feet/wheels creates a significant risk of
fire. Always remove the plug from the socket if you are
installing/removing.
2. Do not use this device in the immediate vicinity of a bath, shower
or swimming pool.
3. This device is drip-proof / splash-proof and may be used in
bathrooms and other damp rooms. To prevent contact with water,
the device must be mounted in bathrooms and in a humid place at
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a fixed location at least 100 cm from water taps and water
reservoirs. The use of the device on feet is not permitted in
bathrooms and damp rooms. Do not place the device near water-
points and/or water reservoirs. Make sure that the device cannot
fall into water and that it cannot be penetrated by water. If the
device does get wet make sure you remove the plug from the
socket! Do not use a device that is wet inside but take it to be
repaired. Never immerse the device, cable or plug in water or any
other fluid and never touch device with wet hands.
4. The air around the device must be able to circulate freely. Never
install it too close to walls or large objects and never under a shelf,
cupboard, curtains or similar. When locating the device, make sure
you have the following minimum free space:
Front, minimum free space 50 cm
Back, minimum free space 30 cm
Sides, minimum free space 50 cm
Top, minimum free space 100 cm
5. Always place the unit on a sturdy, flat horizontal surface
6. The base on which the device is placed must not be made of
flammable materials. It must be resistant to temperatures of at
least 125°C without burning, melting, deforming or bursting into
flames. Check regularly to ensure that the surface is not
overheating; this could be dangerous!
7. Never place the device on surfaces such as beds or deep-pile carpet
as openings could be blocked.
Other warnings position of the device
1. Never install / place this device behind a door or by an open
window, where rain could get in.
2. Do not place the device near, under or facing an electrical socket
and not in the vicinity of an open fire or heat source.
3. Do not use the device nearby or facing furniture, curtains, paper,
clothing, bedding, towels or other flammable materials. Keep at
least 1 metre from device!
4. Do not use the heater outdoors or in areas that are smaller than
15m³.
5. The device contains hot and/or glowing and sparking components.
Do not, therefore, use where fuels, paint, flammable fluids and/or
gases are stored. Do not use the device in an environment that
poses a fire risk, e.g. near gas tanks, gas pipes or aerosols. This is
an explosion and fire risk!
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Warnings – use
1. Do not use additions/accessories on the device that have not been
supplied or approved by the manufacturer.
2. Only use the device for its intended purpose and in the manner set
out in this instruction leaflet.
3. Some parts of this device will get very hot and could cause
burns. You must pay particular attention to children,
vulnerable persons and pets that are present near the
device. Never leave them alone with a working device.
4. Never cover or block the device; it will overheat and this could lead
to a fire risk. Never hang or place objects such as clothing, towels,
blankets, cushions, paper, etc. on the device. The minimum
distance of 1 metre between the device and flammable materials
must always be applied. Ventilation openings should never be
blocked as this may pose a fire risk. Never use the device to dry
clothing or place anything on it. Do not let anything lean against the
device!
5. The device is exclusively intended for normal, household usage.
Only use for providing heat in your home.
6. The connection voltage and frequency, as given on the device, must
correspond to that of the socket to be used. The electrical socket to
be used must be an earthed connection. The electrical installation
must be protected via a 30 mA earth leakage circuit breaker. The
electrical socket that you are using must be to hand at all times in
order to be able to remove the plug from the socket in the event of
an emergency.
7. To avoid overloading and/or fuses being blown, do not use any
other equipment on the same socket or electrical group as the one
used for the device.
8. Unroll the electric cable for the device fully before inserting the plug
into the socket and ensure that the electrical cable does not come
into contact with the fireplace or get hot. Do not run the electrical
cable under carpet, cover with mats, runners or similar and do not
place in areas that are walked on frequently. Ensure that it cannot
be stepped on and that no furniture is placed on top of it. Do not
bend the electrical cable around sharp corners and do not roll up
too tightly after use! Prevent the electrical cable coming into
contact with oil, solvents and sharp objects. Check the cable and
plug regularly for damage. Do not bend or pinch the electrical cable
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and do not wind it around the device; this could damage the
insulation!
9. The use of an extension cable is not advised as this can lead to
overheating and fire. If the use of an extension cable is
unavoidable, make sure that it is not damaged and that it is an
approved extension cable with a minimum diameter of 3x2,5mm²
and a minimum permitted capacity of 25 Watt. Always fully extend
the cable in order to prevent overheating.
10. Only connect the device to a fixed socket. Do not use multi-plug
adapters or similar.
11. During use, the plug may begin to feel warm; this is normal. If it’s
really warm, there may be something wrong with the socket. Please
contact your electrician.
12. Always turn off the device and remove the plug from the power
socket: Never turn the device off using the plug!
13. Prevent foreign objects entering the radiation/ventilation or outlet
openings on the device. This may cause electric shock, fire or
damage.
14. Never leave a working device unattended but switch off and then
remove the plug from the socket. Always remove the plug from the
socket when the unit is not in use! Always remove plug by pulling
on the plug itself; never pull on the electrical cable!
15. Apart from manual use, this device can also be operated via an app
or timer. However you operate it, make sure that the safety
guidelines are taken into account at all times! Do not operate the
device with an additional time clock, timer, volume control or any
other device that automatically turns on the device.
16. This device gets hot during use. Never touch the device when it is
on or shortly thereafter; it could burn you.
17. Never operate the device with wet hands.
Who can use the device?
1. Children younger than 3 must be kept out of the vicinity of the
device unless they are continuously supervised.
2. Children between the ages of 3 and 8 may only switch the device
on or off if it is set up or installed at its usual location and they are
supervised or have received instructions regarding the safe use of
the device and understand the corresponding hazards. Children
between the ages of 3 and 8 may not insert the plug into the
socket, adjust the device settings or clean or maintain it.
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3. This device can only be used by children from the age of 8 and
elderly persons and persons with diminished physical or mental
capacities or a lack of experience and expertise if they are
supervised or have received instructions regarding the safe use of
the device and understand the corresponding hazards.
4. Children may not clean or maintain the device without supervision.
5. Children may not play with the device.
Warnings for maintenance
1. Keep the device clean. Dust, dirt and/or deposits in the device often
lead to overheating. Ensure that this type of build-up is regularly
removed.
2. Always switch the device off, remove plug from socket and let the
device cool down before you:
- clean the device
- users - maintain the device.
- touch or move the device.
3. Never switch the device on if you have noticed damage to the
device itself, the cable or plug or if it does not work properly,
makes strange noises, smells odd or you can see smoke, or if it has
fallen or shows any other signs of damage. Remove the plug from
the socket immediately. Take the entire device back to your
supplier or a recognised electrician to be checked and/or repaired.
Always ask for original parts to be used.
4. The device may only be opened and/or repaired by a competent
and qualified person. Do not carry our your own repairs as this
could be dangerous! Repairs carried out by unauthorised persons or
changes made to the device could damage the dust/waterproof
capacity of the device and will nullify the guarantee and the
manufacturer’s liability.
5. If the electrical cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, their service department or somebody with similar
qualifications in order to prevent creating a hazard.
Failing to adhere to points 3, 4, 5, could lead to damage, fire
and/or personal injury. They will invalidate the guarantee and the
supplier, importer and/or manufacturer shall not be liable for the
consequences.
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Description
1. Heat outlet grille
2. Air inlet grille
3. Operating panel and LED display
4. Main switch
5. Feet
6. Remote control
7. Connection extra temperature
senor
(separate thermostat sensor
included)
The LED-display (3) has 4 lines:
1st line:
- 3 suns, that indicate whether the
heater is set to low, medium or
high capacity.
- The wifi symbol. If there is a wifi
connection, this symbol will stay
on.
- “P”: thermostat function or
working according to weekly
timer.
- “M”: working on set capacity.
2nd line:
- SET indicates that a day or time
can be set.
- ON indicates that the heater is
switched on.
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- OFF indicates that the heater has been switched off by the stand-by button or
the topple safeguard.
- The figures show the temperature
3rd line:
- The time: both the ordinary time and the set times for the weekly timer.
- Icon Open-Window-Connection
4th line:
- The days of the week: 1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday and so on.
Installation
 Remove all packaging material and keep out of reach of children. After removing
packaging, check the appliance for damage or other signs that could indicate a
fault/defect/malfunction. In case of doubt, do not use the appliance, but contact
your vendor for inspection or replacement.
 Choose a suitable location (wall-mounted or free-standing) for the
device to take into account all the warnings mentioned earlier in this
manual.
 Note: For free-standing use: Only use the device when the feet are
mounted. Use of the device without feet is particularly flammable.
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Wall mounting
 Secure the 2 hanging brackets o the wall. Choose a left and a right bracket and
secure them with the channel to the top, (see diagram). Drill 2 holes in the wall,
with a horizontal distance of 535 mm between them, at least 12,5 cm above the
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floor and horizontal. Push plugs into the drilled holes and screw the brackets to
the wall using the 2 large screws.
 Hang the heater on both brackets and let it drop into the channels.
 Check to ensure your heater is horizontal and secure, with the minimum distance
to the floor, ceiling and any side walls.
Freestanding
Attach the feet supplied to the underside of the heater (see picture):
 Turn the heater upside down. Place a blanket (or something similar) under the heater to
prevent damage!
 Place the feet on their place on the bottom of the heater. This will ensure that the
threaded holes will align correctly.
 Securely attach the feet to the heater using the (2x2) self-tapping screws.
 Return the heater to the upright position.
 Make sure a working heater is always placed on a solid, flat and horizontal surface.
Deep-pile carpeting is unsuitable!
Using for the first time and operation
 Check to make sure the main switch on the bottom of the heater is set to O
(off).
 Check that the heater is stable and upright, in line with instructions.
 Now insert the plug into the 220/240V socket.
 Set the main switch to I (on). The display will show: OFF
External temperature sensor
Because the temperature sensor is located on the heater, it does
not measure the external temperature very accurately. If you
want accurate measuring, connect the separate thermostat
(included in the delivery) by inserting the small plug into the
control panel and placing the sensor approx. 2 metres away
from the heater (see illustration). For this purpose, you should
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remove the heater from the wall and subsequently, place it back. When you have
connected the separate thermostat, it automatically takes over the thermostat
operation.
Using the operating panel:
The operating panel (3) has 6 buttons:
MOD / SET / WEEK / + / - / ON-OFF
 Press the ON/OFF button in order to switch the heater on. The display lights up
and the heater can be operated.
 Now, set the day and time. Press and hold SET until SET appears on the screen.
The numbers of the weekdays (line 4) will blink. Use the + and – buttons to find
the right day (1 – Monday, 2 = Tuesday, etc.) and confirm with SET. The hour
will now blink. Use the + and – buttons to set the right hour and confirm with
SET. The minutes will now blink. Use the + and – buttons to set the right
minutes and confirm with SET. The day and time are now set.
Please Note:
o The day and time settings will be lost if the heater is switched off using the
main switch or plug; these will be retained if the ON/OFF button is used.
o If you do not set a time and day, the heater will assume that it is day 1 and
00.00.
o The screen goes off automatically after 2 minutes and can be turned on again
with any button.
 Press MOD to set whether you wish to work with the M or P function.
Under the M-function, you use the + and – buttons (remote control: with the bar
button) to set the capacity at which the heater will work: low, medium or high -
see technical details. The thermostat cannot be adjusted.
 Under the P-function, you can use the + and – buttons to set the desired
temperature for the heater, which it will then try to maintain. The heater will
automatically select the correct capacity: 1 or 2 degrees of heat = low, 3, 4 or 5
degrees of heat is medium and 6 or more degrees of heat is high. Once the
desired temperature is reached, the heater automatically turns off, and then
back on again when it cools down.
 Under the P-function, you can also set the weekly timer. Pressing WEEK, allows
you to set or check the weekly timer. Please note! To set the weekly timer, you
must first enter the day and time correctly.
Setting weekly timer:
 Press the WEEK button and hold it in. A blinking ‘01’ will now appear on the
display. Use the + and – buttons to choose “01” (one-off setting) or “][“ (the
setting your install will be implemented every week). Confirm with SET.
Note: the setting(s) that you enter under 'one-off' (01) must fall into the current
week. On Sunday (day 7) at 24.00, all one-off settings will be turned to non-active.
A setting that you enter on Tuesday for Saturday will work, but a setting that you
enter on Saturday for Tuesday will not.
Note: a one-off setting (01) will only be implemented by the heater once, but the
timer setting will stay as non-active in the memory and therefore takes the place of
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one of the four possible settings on that day. You are better off deleting it, see
later.
Please Note: The choice of 'one-off' or 'repeated' and now applies to all timer
settings!
 “01 SET ON” appears on the screen to signify that you can set the first 'on' time.
You can now use the + and – buttons to select the day of the week for the
setting. Press SET for the right day.
 The temperature (standard 25°) now appears on the display and blinks. Use the
+ and – buttons to adjust it, from 0 to 37°C. Confirm with SET.
 The hour will now blink. Choose the right hour and confirm with SET.
 The minutes will now blink. Choose the right minutes and confirm with SET. The
first activation time is now set.
 Now, “01 SET OFF” will appear on the display, to indicate that you must set the
deactivation time. Do this in the same way as set out in the above 2 points. Your
first setting is now entered.
A ‘02’ will now appear on the display. You can now set a second
activation/deactivation time; a total of 4 per day and 28 per week. If you don't
need to, wait until the screen returns to the standard settings.
Attention! All timer settings (maximum 28 per week) will be processed completely
one by one. Therefore, make sure that they do not contradict each other!
 Now switch the heater on using the ON/OFF switch. The screen will show P and
OFF to indicate that a setting has been programmed but that the heater is
currently off. At the set time, it will switch on and off automatically.
 The set timer details will be retained after it is switched off using the main
switch or plug.
 If you press repeatedly on WEEK, you will see the following timer settings, one
after the other:
- One-off or repeated
- Thermostat setting
- Timer on-time
- Timer off-time
- Next timer setting
 If you would like to delete a specific setting, press and hold WEEK and then
search for the timer setting that you need. Go past 01- ][ and on/off first by
pressing SET briefly. When the number of the timer setting that you wish to
change appears, press SET for a little longer. You will hear a short beep and the
selected setting has been deleted.
 If you wish to delete all timer settings, press the WEEK button and hold. Press
and hold the MOD and SET buttons at the same time, until you hear a beep. The
screen will show 88:88, indicating that all settings have been deleted.
Please Note: all timer settings can only be deleted with the buttons on the
operating panel, not with the remote control!
 If you wish to retain the timer details but do not want to use the timer for a
while, push and hold the WEEK button and then push and hold the MOD until
TIME disappears from the screen to indicate that the data will be retained but
will not be active. By pressing MOD again until TIME appears, you will reactivate
the timer.
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Screen protection: If the settings on a working heater are not adjusted for 2
minutes, the LED display will go out but ON will stay on. It will light up again when
you press a button. If the heather is switched off using the ON/OFF button, the OFF
screen will stay on.
Using with the remote control:
The remote control (5) has the same 6 buttons as the operating
panel (MOD = MODE) and works in roughly the same way, but:
 You cannot use the remote control (under M-mode) to set
the capacity with the + or - buttons. Use the bar
button for this purpose.
 The remote control has an ECO button for an energy efficient
mode; the heater maintains the room at 16°C. The
screen shows EC. Deactivate by pressing ECO again.
Nothing else can be set under this setting. If the
heater is working on ECO setting and a timer setting
becomes active, the heater will start to work according to
the timer setting. When the heat goes off, the heater will not
return to the ECO setting, but go off.
 The remote control also has an open-window detection;
when you choose this function, the heater will turn
itself off when the temperature in the room drops by
8 or more degrees in 15 minutes. Turn the heater
on again with the on/off button. Press the symbol
again to cancel the open-window detection. The
heater will begin to work in the pre-set function. When the heater operates
according to a set week programme and you turn on the open-window detection,
the heater will only work during the set operating times of the week programme.
Working with the app via wifi:
The heater can also be operated using an app on your smartphone. The heater
must be connected with a wifi modem. See the back of the booklet for instructions
on how to install the app. By activating the app on your smartphone or tablet, and
selecting the device, you can operate the heater with the smartphone. You do not
need to set a day or time as they are set automatically (both on the app and on the
display).
You can use the app to switch the device on and off, regulate the temperature and
capacity, set the ECO setting and open-window detection. The app can also be used
to set 20 on and off settings daily, on the weekly timer.
If the device is connected with wifi and is switched on, the display will show
(during screen saver) the wifi symbol and ON. If the device is connected to
wifi but switched off, the display will show the wifi symbol and OFF.
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Note: timer settings that are created using the app are not visible on the display;
timer settings that are created using the operating panel or remote control are not
visible on the app! Once there is a wifi connection, you cannot create a new weekly
timer using the panel or the remote control (WEEK and SET buttons are turned off);
any existing, manually entered weekly timer settings will remain active under wifi.
Do not use both methods at the same time!!!
When the heater has logged into wifi, an automatic connection will be made when it
is switched on. The wifi symbol will be on all the time. If the wifi symbol blinks
quickly, there is no connection.
You can reset the wifi settings by pressing and holding the MODE button. Existing
connections will be deleted, the wifi symbol will begin to blink and a new connection
will be made.
You can switch off the wifi connection (and the blinking wifi symbol) by pressing
and holding the ON/OFF button. If you hear a long beep, the wifi is switched off;
the wifi symbol will go out. By pressing and holding the ON/OFF button, you will
hear a short beep to indicate that wifi is switched on again. The wifi symbol will
come back on.
Warning! After switching the heater on or off, you will hear a quiet sound. This is
normal and no reason to worry. It is just the material expanding and shrinking
during heating and cool-down.
Wi-Fi and app operation
The heater can also be controlled with an App. To do this, the heater must be
connected to a Wi-Fi modem.
Download the Eurom Smart App
- Scan the QR code below or search for ‘Eurom Smart’ in the App store or Google
Play and follow the download instructions.
- The Eurom Smart App will be added.
- For more information about the App see: www.eurom.nl/nl/manuals.
Safety precautions App
Safety and remote operation
Your Eurom heater can be easily operated, via the same WLAN, via a different
WLAN, or via a 3G or 4G mobile network. This makes it possible to operate your
heater remotely, without your direct supervision. Beware that even when
operating the heater remotely, all safety precautions stated in the user manual
supplied must be observed. Read and understand these safety precautions and
make sure that all safety precautions are taken also with remote operation.
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Safety and setting the timer
The Eurom Smart App has a ‘Smart Timer’ with which you can create a
schedule yourself with days and times on which the heater is to automatically
switch itself on and off. Any timer data entered into the Eurom Smart App will be
stored in the heater. This means that, once you have entered the timer data and
the heater loses the connection with the Wi-Fi modem, the heater will still be
able to switch itself on and off on your specified times. Storing the timer data in
the heater is a safety precaution. Your set on and off times schedule will also
work without a Wi-Fi connection. So the heater will not unexpectedly continue
heating up if the Wi-Fi connection (temporarily) fails.
The Smart timer data will be stored, even if the heater is switched off or the
plug is removed from the socket. The set Smart timer data can only be checked
via the App and also only be removed via the App. Bear this in mind when
entering the data into the Smart Timer. The Smart Timer data is not visible on
the heater. Regularly check in the App whether the entered Smart Timer data
are still correct.
You can consult an elaborate Eurom Smart App user manual with the QR code
below:
or on the website: http://www.eurom.nl/nl/manuals
Safety measures
Topple safeguard
The heater is equipped with a topple safeguard which switches the heater off if it
accidentally falls over. It will start working again once it has been set upright.
but, before reusing, switch if off, unplug and check for damage. Do not use the
heater if it is damaged or malfunctioning, but have it inspected/repaired!
Overheating safeguard
In case of internal overheating, the overheating safeguard will switch the heater
off. This may occur if the heater cannot give off enough heat or if it cannot draw in
enough fresh air. As mentioned above, this is generally caused by (partially)
covering the heater, obstructing the air intake and/or outlet grills or installing the
heater too close to a wall or something similar. After cooling down, the heater will
automatically switch on again but if the cause has not been eliminated, this could
be repeated (with all of the corresponding risks) In case of overheating, switch off
the heater and unplug. Give the heater time to cool down, remove the source of the
overheating and use as normal. If the problem persists or if you have not been able
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to trace the source of the overheating, turn the heater off immediately and unplug.
Contact a servicing point to have the heater repaired.
Cleaning and maintenance
Keep the heater clean. Deposits of dust and dirt in the appliance are a common
cause of overheating so these should be removed regularly. Switch off the heater,
remove the plug from the socket and allow the heater to cool down before cleaning
or carrying out maintenance work.
 Wipe the outside of the heater regularly with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Do
not use aggressive soaps, sprays, cleaners or abrasives, waxes, polishes or
chemical solutions!
 If the heater is hung on the wall, clean the back and the space behind the
heater. Then remove the heater from the wall, see ‘Installation’.
 Use a vacuum cleaner to carefully remove any dust and dirt from the grills and
ensure that the air intake and outlet openings are clean. Be careful not to touch
or damage any internal parts during cleaning!
 The heater contains no other parts which need maintenance.
 At the end of the season, store the cleaned heater in the original packaging if
possible. Store it upright in a cool, dry and dust-free place.
Removal
In the EU this symbol indicates that this product may be
disposed of as ordinary household waste. Old equipment
contains valuable materials, suitable for recycling. These
materials should be made suitable for reuse in order to prevent
any adverse effects to health and the environment caused by
unregulated waste collection. Therefore, please make sure that
you bring old equipment to a designated collection point.
Alternatively, contact the original supplier, who can make sure
that as many of the components as possible can be recycled.
CE declaration
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CE – declaration
Eurom
Kokosstraat 20
8281 JC Genemuiden
Holland
Declares that the following device is in sole responsibility
Product : Convector Heater
Brandname : EUROM
Model : Alutherm Baseboard
Article number: 361032 (361049 Swiss plug)
Complies with the following harmonization rules:
Low Voltage Directive: LVD 2014/35/EU
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive: EMC 2014/30/EU
Radio Equipment Directive: RED 2014/53/EU
Restriction of Hazardous Substances RoHS Directive: 2011/65/EU&(EU)2015/863
Framework Directive Ecodesign requirements: ERP 2009/125/EC
Regulation Ecodesign requirements for
Individual room heaters: (EU) 2015/1188
Regulation Ecodesign requirements Electricity
consumption in standby and off state: 1275/2008/EC
applied harmonized standards:
EN 60335-1:2012+A11:14+A13:17
EN 60335-2-30:2009+A11:2012
EN 62233:2008
EN 55014-1:2017
EN 55014-2:2015
EN 61000-3-2:2014
EN 61000-3-3:2013
EN 300 328 V2.1.1:2016
EN 301 489-1 V2.2.0:2017
EN 301 489-17 V3.2.0:2017
EN 62479:2010
Genemuiden, 01-10-2019
W.J. Bakker

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