Off Peak timer for Pulsacoil 2000

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Off Peak timer for Pulsacoil 2000

Post  craigeb on Thu Mar 28, 2013 1:18 pm

Hi

I've got a Pulsacoil 2000 (model APC2015 / PC145 Class: 1) and having just got back from holiday (after my girlfriend helpfully turned off EVERY switch in the flat), we now have the boiler coming on at off peak in the afternoon.

I can't find any kind of clock or timer within the boiler, could anyone confirm how to reset the time for the spur control?

Thanks

Craige

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Re: Off Peak timer for Pulsacoil 2000

Post  mike on Thu Mar 28, 2013 4:31 pm

A PC 2000.
Has an external time usually.
Or it is wired into the off peak via the switched fused spur of W.H.Y.
Are you on E7 or E 10? That would account for the afternoon heat up.
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Re: Off Peak timer for Pulsacoil 2000

Post  craigeb on Sat Mar 30, 2013 3:13 am

Mike, thanks.

Its E7 and it appears the off peak is directly wired (and I can't see anything timer shaped - only a circuit board, the capped thermostats, pump and pipes)

I presume it means we need to call someone out.

Thanks again.

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Re: Off Peak timer for Pulsacoil 2000

Post  mike on Sat Mar 30, 2013 4:51 am

The E7 is wired to your unit direct from the off peak supply.
If the timing is out or not correct.
Then it may be the energy suppliers equipment.
Which varies from region and whom fits it.
Is this is the case then you do not require a timer as it is supplied / controlled by them.
It may be wise to get a good electrician to just check your side of things out first.
Also speak to neighbours as they may have had similar problems.
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Confirm first you have an eco 7 timer and not a 2 rate meter

Post  sunny.sahdev on Wed Sep 11, 2013 3:45 am

Confirm also with your supplier you have a eco 7 timer and not a 2 rate meter. Many customer become confused about this.

Let me explain

Eco 7 timer is a dual or separate meter in you meter cupboard, it gives your property an additional live supply which switches on at a specific time (Usually between 23:30-6:30). When off there is no supply.

2 rate eco 7 is when the supply is on 24/7 but the rate drops at specific times. (If you have this, I would recommend you have a timer installed and set to those times)

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