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Levante XRi SERIES Operation Manual

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XRi Electric Radiators

Instructions & Installation Manual

Operation Manual

220-240V~50Hz

Note: These instructions must be read fully before operating the 

Haverland Electric Radiator. 

Please retain these instructions for future reference.

FOR INDOOR USE ONLY

 


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REMOVE ALL PACKAGING MATERIALS FROM THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USING IT

XRi

Electric Radiators

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Description

The XRi is a new range radiator employing that incorporates the 
smart i2Control thermostat.

1.2 Characteristics

i2Control auto-programmable thermostat. You do not have to 
programme your heater. The unit will do it for you automatically. 
• Its presence sensor and algorithms continually monitor your

life style habits and controls your electricity consumption at all
times, especially your comfort.

• It has three operating modes, “learning”, sensor and manual.
• Open window detection. If you leave a window open, the unit

will switch itself off to prevent energy wastage.

• The keyboard in touch sensitive.

1.3 Panel controls / Screen

Description:

1. Panel control
2. Temperature indicator

-

Red = Comfort

-

Blue = Anti-frost

-

Green = Economy

3. Operating mode indicator:

-

Flashing = “Learning” mode

-

Fixed = Sensor mode

-

Off = Manual mode or “Forced” programming mode

(via Smartbox App (not included)).

4. “Forced” programming mode (via Smartbox App

(not included)).

5. Sensor indicator
6. Heating On
7. Increase
8. Decrease
9. Screen:

-

Ambient temperature

-

Selected temperature

-

Clock and day

10. Standby

2. INSTALLATION

2.1 Regulations

• It is essential that the heater IS FIRMLY FIXED TO A FIRM

WALL AND LEVELLED.

• In order to optimize presence detection of your heater,

do not install it in a “dead” angle or behind a piece
of furniture.

• The radiator must never be installed just below a mains socket.

2.2 Safety Measures

Thank you very much for purchasing a Haverland electric radiator. Please read the instruction manual carefully and keep it 

for future use.

• Take into account the radiator location so

that it can detect presence over the largest
possible area of the room.

• The presence sensor will not detect

any movement if the distance to the
heater exceeds five metres.

• Remember that the sensor will detect

the movement of pets.

• DO NOT PLACE ANY OBJECTS IN FRONT

OF OR ANYWHERE NEAR THE SENSOR.

 


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2.3 Steps

1) It is essential that the heater IS FIRMLY FIXED TO A FIRM

WALL AND LEVELLED.

2) Remove the template indicating the drill holes from the

packing case.

3) Check if there is a mains socket near the heater location.

4) Insert the four 8mm diameter wall plugs into the four drill

holes and fix the two brackets to the wall with the four
5.5 x 50mm screws.

5) Screw the two M6 x 40 screws into each bracket.

6) Position the heater on the lower part of the brackets.

7) Secure the heater to the upper parts of the brackets:

8) Fully screw in the two M6 x 40mm screws to fix the heater

to the wall.

Position and secure the heater on 
the upper part of the brackets in 
the corresponding lugs.

Press downwards to fit into place.

 


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3. OPERATION

3.1 Your radiator is configured!

1.

6.

7.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Your radiator is now ready to learn your life style habits and to 
provide heat WITHOUT ANY NEED TO PROGRAMME ANYTHING.

According to your presence, it will learn a template for each day of 
the week, week by week.

The radiator NEVER stops learning. If you change your habits of 
getting up and going to bed etc, the unit will re-programme itself 
to adapt to your new habits.

 


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3.2 Operating modes

Your radiator incorporates four operating modes. The “learning” 
mode is activated at the factory. To change the operating mode:
Simultaneously press        and         every time you want to change 
the operating mode.

Light indicator 3 will change:

1) “Learning” mode: “slowly flashing” light.
2) Manual mode: light is OFF.
3) Sensor mode: fixed light.
4) “Forced” programming mode (via Smartbox App (not included)).

1) LEARNING MODE (factory activated):

During seven days and CONTINUALLY, week by week, your radiator
will be learning your life style.
The XRi emitter has 2 working profiles:

* Economic Profile “PE”

 (Default factory settings)

This profile prioritizes the energy savings.

1) If there is detection:

2) If there is no detection:

Economy mode.

3) If there is no detection:

Anti-frost mode.

* Comfort profile “PC”

This profile prioritizes comfort and welfare.

1) If there is detection:

2) If there is no detection:

Economy mode.

3) If there is no detection:

Anti-frost mode.

Day by day, the XRi is “learning” the presence (comfort) periods and 
the absence periods (economy).

After 7 days, the radiator will start working according to the 
programmed presence periods (comfort) and the absent periods 
(economy), depending on the chosen working profile. 

The comfort periods in the following week will commence before 
the programmed time so that the room will be warming up before 
you enter.

Note:

 The auto-programming period is continuous. The XRi updates 

according to your life style variations, day by day, week by week.

2) SENSOR MODE:

1) If there is detection:

2) If there is no detection:

Economy mode.

The thermostat does NOT hold anything in memory.

3) MANUAL MODE:

In this mode, you decide when you want Comfort temperature, 
Economy temperature or Anti-frost temperature.

When Manual mode is selected, you only have to choose Comfort, 
Anti-frost or Economy and the desired ambient temperature.

3.3 Adjusting the temperature

In order to change the Comfort and Economy temperatures the 
radiator must be in MANUAL mode (see point 3.2).

The factory-set temperatures are:
1) COMFORT TEMPERATURE = 20ºC
2) ECONOMY TEMPERATURE = 16ºC
3) ANTI-FROST TEMPERATURE = 5ºC

The anti-frost temperature (5ºC) cannot be changed.

3.3 “Open Window” Function

The radiator incorporates this automatic function.

If, in the room in which the radiator is installed, the ambient 
temperature falls by more than 4 ºC, the heater will change over 
to “Anti-frost” mode”.

NOTE: Factory-set parameters:

1) Cloak and current day are factory set.
2) Comfort temperature = 20 ºC.
3) Economy temperature = 16 ºC
4) Activated operating mode = “Learning” mode.
5) Activated working profile in “Learning”

Mode = Economic Profile “PE”

Comfort mode

Comfort mode

>30 minutes =

>30 minutes =

>12 hours =

>16 hours =

Comfort mode

>30 minutes =

 


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Wait.
Adjust the day of the week by pressing         or 

Wait.
2. “h” is displayed

Wait.
Then, the value indicating the hours will flash.

Adjust the hours using       and

Wait.
3. Then, “n” appears on the screen

Wait.
Then, the value indicating the minutes will flash:

Adjust the hours using       and

Wait.
4. Straight away, the working profile will appear and show the
learning mode “PE”, “Economy Profile”.

On the “Economy” PE, the energy savings is prioritized, 
while on the Comfort Profile “PC” it prioritizes your comfort.

To set up the profile using        or

Then, to finalise, the approximate room temperature appears.

This will prevent radiator operation.

The unit will automatically commence operation when somebody 
enters the room.

 This function cannot be deactivated.

3.6 “Keypad Block” Function

The keypad may be blocked and unblocked by simultaneously 
pressing keys        and        

3.7 Standby

To switch the radiator ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ press     

3.8 Adjusting Day and Time

Your radiator is supplied with the clock and day of the week already 
factory set.

You must adjust the clock for changes between summer and winter 
times (this is an automatic setting if you have the Smartbox (not 
included)).

1. Press button       and       button. A “d” will appear on the screen.

Wait.
Then a number from 1 to 7 will appear flashing to indicate the day 
of the week.

NOTES:

The screen and the 
pilot lights go out.

A light spot appears on the 
right side of the screen.

NOTES:

ON

 = 1 sound bit.

OFF

 = 2 sound bits.

A light spot appears on the left 
side of the screen.

 


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3.9 Other Indications

3.9.1 Heating Element ON Indicator:
When the radiator is operating, pilot lamp 6 will be on.

3.9.2 Sensor Indicator On:
When the sensor is detecting, pilot lamp 5 will be “ON”.

4. Battery

Your radiator is fitted with long-duration lithium battery.

When the battery is replaced, the day of the week and the time 
have to be re-adjusted (see point 3.7) (this is an automatic setting if 
you have the Smartbox (not included)).

5. Maintenance

Your radiator does not require any special maintenance.

It is only necessary to remove any accumulated dust with 
a soft dry cloth.

It is recommended that when the unit is brought out for the winter 
months, all accumulated dust on its surfaces should be removed.

NEVER USE SOLVENTS OR ABRASIVE PRODUCTS.

6. Smartbox (not supplied)

Wherever you are, you can remotely control your radiator.

Program your radiator using Haverland’s App.

Total control in the palm of your hand.

Contact your distributor or write to: 

i2control@haverland.com

 


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CAUTION

1. Always operate the product from a power source of the same voltage, frequency and rating

as indicated on the product rating label.

2. Do not operate the product if it is dropped, damaged or showing signs of product malfunction.

Return the complete product to the place of purchase for inspection, refund or replacement.

3. Do not use the electric radiator if the power cable is damaged. If the power cable is damaged it

must be replaced by a recognized service agent or other qualified person. If the plug is damaged,

replace the plug, if unsure about the electrical connections contact a qualified electrician.

Live cable = Brown or Red, Neutral Cable = Blue or Black.

4. This product should not be used in the immediate vicinity of water, such as bathtubs, washbowls,

swimming pools etc where the likelihood of immersion or splashing could occur.

5. Never install the unit where it could be subject to:

• Heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other products that produce heat

• Direct sunlight

• Mechanical vibration or shock

• Excessive dust

• Lack of ventilation, such as a cabinet or bookcase

• Uneven surface

6. Never insert fingers, pencils or any other objects into the electric radiator vents.

7. Unplug the electric radiator from the power socket when moving it from one location to another.

8. Do not use the electric radiator close to an open window. Rain splashing onto the fan could cause

an electric shock hazard.

EN 60335-1:2012

1. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced

physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been

given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand

the hazards involved.

2. Children shall not play with the appliance.

3. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.

EN 60335-2-30:2009+A11

1. Children of less than 3 years should be kept away unless continuously supervised. Children

aged from 3 years and less than 8 years shall only switch on/off the appliance provided that it

has been placed or installed in its intended normal operating position and they have been given

supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the

hazards involved. Children aged from 3 years and less than 8 years shall not plug in, regulate

and clean the appliance or perform user maintenance.

2. Some parts of this product can become very hot and cause burns. Particular attention has to be

given where children and vulnerable people are present.

 


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DISPOSAL

• In accordance with European Directive 2002/96 EC, concerning waste electrical and electronic

equipment (WEEE), please return any electrical equipment that you will no longer use to the

collection points provided for their disposal.

This symbol indicates that the appliance cannot be treated as normal domestic waste, but 

must be handed to a collection point for where electric and electronic appliances are recycled

• Information concerning where the equipment can be disposed of can be obtained from your

local authority.

Conformity with Directives

Conforms with all relevant European Directives

Levanté DN4 5FB, UK. 

LIMITED WARRANTY:

This point has been made under strictest quality control procedures to ensure good performance and 

reliability. This product has a warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for 12 months 

from the date of purchase.

PROVIDED:

1. Reasonable evidence is supplied to prove the product has been purchased within 12 months

prior to the date of claim.

2. The defect is not due to misuse, neglect, accidental damage or repair by unqualified engineers.
This warranty does not cover any claims for consequential loss or damage.
These statements do not affect your statutory rights as a customer.

WARNING

Do not cover the Fan Heater.