If a weather station (option) is to be included, mount the weather-station mast.
Mount the antenna directly in the cubicle roof.
Install the transformer, if one is to be included.
Fit the MegaPoint panel.
Fit a DIN rail for computer and modem (and weather station, if this is an option).
Connect computer and modem (and weather station, if any) to the MegaPoint panel.
Connect 8-core cable for heating cable to the respective terminal blocks. b) Heater or equal load should be applied.
Connect the temperature sensors to the respective terminal blocks.
Connect the incoming power supply.
Put the main switch to ON.
Make sure the earth leakage circuit breakers are switched on (turned upwards).
Make sure the circuit breakers are switched on (turned upwards).
Make sure the test switches are in the “Automatic” position (turned upwards).
If all connections have been correctly made, the modem pilot light should flash or have a fixed light, depending on the model.
Start the computer.
The lights on the triacs should now begin to flash. If the ambient temperature is below 3 degrees centigrade, the lights will, after a while, change to fixed red. At temperatures above 3 degrees centigrade, the lights will instead go off.
In that case, you can either use MCdialogue to go in and temporarily increase the desired value for the installation.
or do a manual test with the help of the test switches.
To test manually, put the test switch in the test position (turned downwards) and test each channel individually. This will also serve as a check of which point, and which cable, is connected to each particular channel.
After the manual test, be sure to put the test switches back in the “Automatic” position (turned upwards).
Fill in the form – test report.
Sign the test report located on the transparent protection cover.