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The Quantum Energy System Quick Start Guide

Below is the user guide for our most recent installation of storage heaters. This is also available for download  Quantum_Quick_Start_Guide (1) (002).pdf [pdf] 207KB

The Quantum Energy System Quick Start Guide

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The outer case of the Quantum heater will be cooler to touch than a conventional storage heater. This is because less heat is ‘lost’ through the case, making more heat available from the fan outlet when needed.

  • Nothing may be placed in the 30cm (1 foot) in front of the heater at any time. This is to avoid items coming into contact with the grille and the heated air which leaves it. Blocking some or all of this area could represent a fi re hazard.
  • You do not need to decide how much heat to store. Simply set the timer mode and the temperature to what suits you and leave the heater to meet your requirements.
  • Ensure that both supply switches next to the heater are turned on. During the summer when no heat is required, both wall switches can be turned off. Remember to turn both of these back on in Autumn when heat is required again.


How Does the Heater Control Work?

The heater control allows you to choose when you want the heating to be on, and what temperature it should reach while it is on. To deliver the required heat the control switches on and off a low speed fan that pushes stored heat from the core into the room.

The periods during which the heater is providing heat are defi ned as ‘Comfort On’ (this is shown at the bottom of the screen). Outside of these periods the heater will not deliver heat and these periods are called ‘Comfort Off’. During the ‘Comfort On’ periods the low speed fan will run. During the ‘Comfort Off’ periods the fan will not run.

Note: there is a delay of up to two minutes on the fan operation when switching to ‘Comfort On’ or ‘Comfort off’. This is normal and does not represent a fault.


Set the Time

The time and date are set in the factory and should not need to be amended, however to check that they are correct press Menu, then press the Selector Dial with Time / Date highlighted. Rotate the Selector Dial until the correct value is shown, then press it down to confi rm and move on to the next value. Repeat until all details are correct, then press Back.

The time is automatically adjusted in spring and autumn at the changes between Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and British Summer Time (BST).


Set the Temperature

The temperature shown on the display is the room temperature setpoint. This is the temperature that the heater will maintain during the ‘Comfort On’ periods. If the room temperature is above this temperature then the fan will not operate.

The heater leaves the factory with this temperature set at 21°C which represents a typical, comfortable room temperature. 

If you require a different room temperature then rotate the control dial either clockwise or anticlockwise until the display shows the temperature you require.


Set the Timer Mode

Your Quantum heater comes pre-programmed with four timer modes. These modes define the periods when the heater will operate in ‘Comfort On’ mode.  

The Four Timer Modes
Timer Mode Description
Out all day 7.5 hours heating per day in two periods
Home all day 11 hours heating per day in four periods
Holiday Set the temperature and number of days for which you are on holiday
User timer Customise times in four periods