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Danfoss Icon2™ hydronic floor heating

Precise and efficient control of underfloor heating with smart-home compatibility and the flexibility to fit every application.

 

Danfoss Icon2™

Wireless

Danfoss Icon2™

Wired

 
Thermostat models Display + Infrared floor sensor + Sensor Display + (Floor sensor optional)​
Thermostat versions On-wall On-wall + In-wall
Exchangeable frame In-wall
Danfoss Ally™ compatible
(app control)
Cooling options Automatic + Manual Automatic + Manual
Automatic balancing
Flow temp. control
Commissioning test
Communication Zigbee 3.0 Star / daisy chain bus
Outputs Up to 1x15 Up to 1x 15

Installation

Documents

Documents
Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Installation guide Danfoss Icon2™ / 24V RT Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Danish; German; English; Finnish; French; Icelandic; Italian; Lithuanian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Russian; Swedish; Turkish; Ukrainian; Chinese (CN) Multiple 04 Aug, 2022 3.5 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon2™ / 24V RT Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Danish; German; English; Finnish; French; Icelandic; Italian; Lithuanian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Russian; Swedish; Turkish; Ukrainian; Chinese (CN) Multiple 04 Aug, 2022 5.5 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon2™ / 24V RT Room Thermostat (User Guide) Danish; German; English; Finnish; French; Icelandic; Italian; Lithuanian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Russian; Swedish; Turkish; Chinese (CN) Multiple 04 Aug, 2022 4.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Dial 230V Room Thermostat F80 IW English Multiple 30 May, 2019 501.7 KB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Dial 230V Room Thermostat F86 OW Arabic (AE); Bulgarian; Czech; Danish; German; Greek (modern); English; Spanish, Castilian; Estonian; Persian; Finnish; French; Irish; Hebrew (modern); Hindi; Croatian; Hungarian; Indonesian; Icelandic; Italian; Japanese; Kazakh; Korean; Lithuanian; Latvian; Macedonian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Portuguese; Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan; Russian; Slovak; Slovenian; Serbian (RS); Swedish; Tamil; Thai; Turkish; Ukrainian; Vietnamese; Chinese (CN) Multiple 30 May, 2019 809.0 KB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V English Multiple 30 Sept, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Dutch, Flemish Multiple 17 Nov, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Swedish Multiple 17 Nov, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Dutch, Flemish Belgium 30 May, 2019 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Chinese (CN) Multiple 10 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Polish Multiple 10 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Finnish Multiple 06 Dec, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V French Belgium 30 May, 2019 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Lithuanian Multiple 10 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Italian Multiple 10 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Turkish Multiple 18 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Norwegian Bokmål Multiple 17 Nov, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Russian Multiple 10 Oct, 2016 1.8 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V French Multiple 10 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Danish Multiple 10 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V Ukrainian Multiple 18 Oct, 2016 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display - Room Thermostat, 230 V German Multiple 02 Oct, 2019 1.7 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 230V Room Thermostat Arabic (AE); Bulgarian; Czech; Danish; German; English; Spanish, Castilian; Estonian; Persian; Finnish; French; Croatian; Hungarian; Icelandic; Italian; Korean; Lithuanian; Latvian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan; Russian; Slovak; Slovenian; Serbian (RS); Swedish; Turkish; Ukrainian; Chinese (CN) Multiple 30 May, 2019 973.2 KB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 230V Room Thermostat F80 IW Arabic (AE); Bulgarian; Czech; Danish; German; English; Spanish, Castilian; Estonian; Persian; Finnish; French; Croatian; Hungarian; Icelandic; Italian; Korean; Lithuanian; Latvian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan; Russian; Slovak; Slovenian; Serbian (RS); Swedish; Turkish; Ukrainian; Chinese (CN) Multiple 30 May, 2019 1.5 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 230V Room Thermostat F86 OW Arabic (AE); Bulgarian; Czech; Danish; German; English; Spanish, Castilian; Estonian; Persian; Finnish; French; Croatian; Hungarian; Icelandic; Italian; Korean; Lithuanian; Latvian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan; Russian; Slovak; Slovenian; Serbian (RS); Swedish; Turkish; Ukrainian; Chinese (CN) Multiple 30 May, 2019 10.7 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Czech Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Estonian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Croatian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Hungarian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Slovak Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Bulgarian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F80 IW (Installation Guide) Latvian Multiple 14 May, 2019 1.6 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Latvian Multiple 14 May, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Croatian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Czech Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Slovak Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Hungarian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Bulgarian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Display 24V Room Thermostat F86 OW (Installation Guide) Estonian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 2.0 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Programmable 230V Room Thermostat (User Guide) Arabic (AE); Bulgarian; Czech; Danish; German; English; Spanish, Castilian; Estonian; Persian; Finnish; French; Croatian; Hungarian; Icelandic; Italian; Korean; Lithuanian; Latvian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan; Russian; Slovak; Slovenian; Serbian (RS); Swedish; Turkish; Ukrainian; Chinese (CN) Multiple 30 May, 2019 2.3 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Programmable 230V Room Thermostat F80 IW 1 Danish; German; English; Spanish, Castilian; Estonian; Finnish; French; Icelandic; Italian; Lithuanian; Latvian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Swedish Multiple 28 May, 2019 1.1 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Programmable 230V Room Thermostat F80 IW 2 Arabic (AE); Bulgarian; Czech; Persian; Croatian; Hungarian; Korean; Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan; Russian; Slovak; Slovenian; Serbian (RS); Turkish; Ukrainian; Chinese (CN) Multiple 28 May, 2019 1.1 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Thermostat 24V (User Guide) Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Thermostat 24V (User Guide) Croatian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Thermostat 24V (User Guide) Czech Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Thermostat 24V (User Guide) Hungarian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Thermostat 24V (User Guide) Estonian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Thermostat 24V (User Guide) Bulgarian Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
User guide Danfoss Icon™ Thermostat 24V (User Guide) Slovak Multiple 26 Jun, 2019 1.3 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Wireless Dial Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Croatian Multiple 09 Aug, 2019 501.7 KB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Wireless Dial Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Czech; Danish; German; English; Estonian; Finnish; French; Hungarian; Icelandic; Italian; Lithuanian; Norwegian Bokmål; Dutch, Flemish; Polish; Russian; Slovak; Swedish; Turkish; Chinese (CN) Multiple 11 Sept, 2019 1.0 MB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Wireless Dial Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Bulgarian Multiple 09 Aug, 2019 500.7 KB .pdf
Installation guide Danfoss Icon™ Wireless Dial Room Thermostat (Installation Guide) Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Multiple 09 Aug, 2019 512.4 KB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results Finnish Finland 06 Oct, 2015 5.1 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results German Multiple 19 May, 2017 2.7 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results Polish Poland 06 Oct, 2015 5.1 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results Turkish Turkey 04 Dec, 2015 3.6 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results Russian Central Asia Unit 04 Dec, 2015 5.2 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results Lithuanian Lithuania 04 Dec, 2015 5.0 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results Chinese (CN) China 04 Dec, 2015 5.2 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating - Get the optimum results Danish Denmark 19 Sept, 2019 2.8 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating (Application Guide) English Multiple 06 Jul, 2021 8.1 MB .pdf
Application guide Designing hydronic floor heating (Application Guide) Czech Czech Republic 06 Mar, 2023 3.4 MB .pdf
Brochure Grow your business and discover the value of working with one partner (International version) Slovak Slovakia 23 Mar, 2021 16.4 MB .pdf
Brochure Grow your business and discover the value of working with one partner (International version) English Multiple 19 Nov, 2015 5.6 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable French France 19 Oct, 2015 7.5 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable Chinese (CN) China 01 Dec, 2015 5.9 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable Lithuanian Lithuania 04 Dec, 2015 5.6 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable German Austria 29 Oct, 2014 4.2 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable Turkish Turkey 01 Dec, 2015 5.4 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable Swedish Sweden 10 Mar, 2015 5.8 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable Russian Central Asia Unit 01 Dec, 2015 5.8 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable Czech Czech Republic 24 Oct, 2014 5.8 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Easy, proven and profitable Polish Poland 16 Mar, 2016 5.7 MB .pdf
Brochure Hydronic floor heating - end-user brochure English Multiple 12 Jul, 2017 10.8 MB .pdf
Catalog Hydronic floor heating - Product guide Danish Denmark 14 Aug, 2017 5.0 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Dutch, Flemish Netherlands 07 Sept, 2023 3.5 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ German Switzerland 15 Nov, 2022 1.6 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ French Switzerland 17 Nov, 2022 18.0 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Dutch, Flemish Belgium 17 Aug, 2023 19.5 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Norwegian Bokmål Norway 15 Sept, 2023 18.7 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ English Multiple 17 Jan, 2023 18.0 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Slovenian Slovenia 17 Jan, 2023 1.4 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Finnish Finland 26 Feb, 2024 1.9 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Polish Poland 01 Jun, 2023 3.5 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Danish Denmark 27 Sept, 2023 1.4 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Czech Czech Republic 20 Mar, 2023 2.5 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ French Belgium 17 Aug, 2023 19.5 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Ukrainian Ukraine 06 Sept, 2023 2.2 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ German Multiple 10 Apr, 2024 2.3 MB .pdf
Brochure Icon2_floor heating control_Everything happens faster with Icon2™ Slovak Slovakia 17 Aug, 2023 3.4 MB .pdf
Brochure Why choose floor heating? Comfort, a lower heating bill and much more... Lithuanian Lithuania 04 Dec, 2015 1.6 MB .pdf
Brochure Why choose floor heating? Comfort, a lower heating bill and much more... Finnish Finland 13 Oct, 2014 1.9 MB .pdf
Brochure Why choose floor heating? Comfort, a lower heating bill and much more... Chinese (CN) China 01 Dec, 2015 1.8 MB .pdf
Brochure Why choose floor heating? Comfort, a lower heating bill and much more... Danish Denmark 06 Nov, 2019 1.4 MB .pdf
Brochure Why choose floor heating? Comfort, a lower heating bill and much more... Polish Poland 10 Dec, 2014 2.0 MB .pdf
Brochure Why choose floor heating? Comfort, a lower heating bill and much more... Turkish Turkey 01 Dec, 2015 1.6 MB .pdf

FAQ

General

The difference between Basic and Advanced versions of the Icon2™ Main Controller is the number and complexity of the applications available.
The Basic version offers applications 00 + 04 whilst the Advanced version offers applications 00 to 20. 
Note: Application 00 is the standard floor heating application.

It is possible to connect up to 15 thermostats to the Icon2™ Main Controller. The Icon2™ Main Controller has 3 connectors for wired thermostats. Thermostats can be installed in serial or in star configuration.

The floor sensor can be configured to work in different ways:
Comfort: This mode will have the floor sensor working within a given range of a min. and max. surface temperature.
Floor only: This mode will disable the ambient room temperature sensor and only regulate the temperature based on the floor sensor measurements.
Dual: This mode will use the min. floor temperature setpoint to maintain a comfort level temperature on the floor surface.

To control Icon2 underfloor heating with the Danfoss Ally App (iOS or Android), you need a Danfoss Ally Gateway. First, register the Danfoss Ally Gateway to the Danfoss Ally App. Then select the Ally Gateway in the Ally App, press "Add device" at the bottom and select "Danfoss Icon2" and follow the instructions in the app.

No. The Icon2 installation app is only for the setup service of the Icon2 main controller. To control the Icon2 floor heating from an app, you need a Danfoss Ally Gateway and the Danfoss Ally App (iOS or Android).

Dual heating is used when utilizing different heat emitters in the same room by a single room thermostat, typically this will be a floor heating system combined with radiator heating.
This require that min. 2 outputs is assigned to the thermostat and that the thermostat is equipped with a floor sensor.
Heat emitter types are chosen in the Icon2™ app where settings are made as follows:
Floor heating circuit will be set for Slow or medium.
Radiators will be set for Fast.
When using Dual heat mode the regulation will be based on the following principle.
The floor sensor is used to maintain a min. floor temperature as set in ME.5 on the thermostat or in the Icon2™ App.
Room temperature is maintained by the ambient sensor in the thermostat which will activate the radiator outputs.

Installation

The Icon2™ system has several configuration options for the actuator outputs depending on which application is running.
It is possible to have different configurations for multiple outputs connected to the same room thermostat.
The default application is heating and this application the only configuration option for the output will be:
Heat Emitter type:
- Slow, this is a traditional floor heating system where the pipes are cast into concrete or screed. This is a slow acting system due to the inertia of the concrete or screed mass that will make the system act slowly.
- Medium, this is a “light” floor heating system where pipes are installed directly beneath the floor surface in panels, and due to the low inertia of the solution this is a faster solution than traditional floor heating.
- Fast, this setting is used when the output is controlling a radiator, as there is close to no inertia in a radiator the heat will be transferred to the room very fast. If the system is running a heating and cooling application there will  be additional configuration options available for outputs:
Heating/ cooling:
- Heating and Cooling, this setting will activate the output both during heating and cooling.
- Heating only, this setting will only activate the output when the system is in heating mode. This setting is often used in bathrooms where people usually prefer not to have cold floor or if the output is set to Fast and connected to a radiator to avoid condensation.
- Cooling only, this setting will only activate the output when the system is in cooling mode. This setting is often used when for example having a chilled beam ceiling connected to the outputs.

An Icon2™ handover report can be shared via email, SMS or through other communication app's installed on your smart phone. Furthermore the handover report is saved on the Main Controller and can be saved in the Danfoss Profile storage. Please note Danfoss Profile storage require a Danfoss account which is free to setup and use.

Yes, the Icon2™ Main Controller can be mounted either using screws or DIN rail mounting.
Please note that the Main Controller does not come with a DIN rail in the box but does include 2 screws and walls plugs for mounting.

It is possible to use different types of actuators with the Icon2™ Main Controller speaking from a functional point of NC (Normally Closed) or NO (Normally Open).
Please note: It is not possible to mix actuators types with different cable thickness due to the strain relief on the Icon2™ Main Controller.

The strain relief for relays and mains power works by pushing the cable through the opening underneath the relay you want to use. Mounting the cable and tightening the screw on the strain relief to secure the cable from falling out accidentally. Please always remember to use the strain relief for safety reasons.

It is recommended to use a screw to fasten the magnet on a wall when the surface is either very smooth like a ceramic tile or if the surface has a very rough texture. The RT's and Sensor is supplied with a suitable screw and wall plug.

An external antenna can be mounted on the Icon2™ Main Controller using the SMA connectors in the right side of the device. Please note that there are two separate connectors that an antenna can be mounted on.
The upper antenna is used for the internal network between Icon2™ RT's and Sensor.
The lower antenna is used for the external network for the Ally™ Gateway or 3rd party Zigbee gateway.
These networks do not communicate, so in some cases it can be required to mount an external antenna on both networks.
An external antenna can be required in some situations where the Main Controller is placed behind a layer of metal e.g. cabinet or inside a flat station, the antenna should be placed in such a way that the wireless signal can reach the antenna without obstacles in the way.

By adding an external signal to Input 2 on the Icon2™ Main Controller it is possible to switch between heating and cooling from an external source e.g. from a heat pump or an external switch.
When a signal for cooling is triggered, the system will switch to cooling mode immediately without delay, however please note that the measured room temperature must be more than 2°C above setpoint before the outputs will be activated.

Yes, up to 15 outputs can be assigned to a single thermostat. This can be done either via the Icon2™ App by selecting all of the outputs you want to assign to a certain thermostat before clicking the 'Connect to thermostat' button.
It is also possible to assign multiple outputs to a single thermostat using the mechanical installation mode.
This is done by pressing and holding '>' for 3 seconds until the LED above '>' starts blinking green. Outputs are chosen by clicking '>' until the LED on the output you want to assign starts blinking.
The output is selected using the 'OK' button. Once selected, the output LED will be dimmed. Repeat this process for all of the outputs you want to assign to the same thermostat. After all outputs have been selected press the upper left corner of the RT or Sensor you want to assign the outputs to. The RT or Sensor will show 'Tickmark' when the thermostat has been assigned.

Each of the outputs can fit 1 actuator with a wire diameter of up to 1.5 mm2.

No. Danfoss Icon1 room thermostats are not compatible with the Danfoss Icon2 main controller.

Re-installation

To do a factory reset on an Icon2™ Main Controller, please follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold '>' and 'OK' but- tons for more than 5 seconds.
  2. The LEDs above the buttons will turn on one after the other.
  3. When both LEDs are blinking BLUE, release both buttons, and the Main Controller will be reset, and all LEDs will light up with a RED light.
    – It is possible to abort the reset by pressing the buttons for more than 10 seconds, where after the LEDs will turn off, the buttons can be safely released without resetting the Main Controller.
  4. Once reset, the Main Controller will re-initialize, and the output LEDs will move back and forward in a run pattern.

To perform a factory reset on an Icon2™ RT or Sensor please follow these steps:

Icon2 RT and Featured RT :
1. Press and hold “Arrow Up and Down” for 5 seconds.
2. The display will show “DEL ALL”
3. Press the “Tickmark” to confirm the reset.
4. Once reset the display will show “- - -” and is ready for re-installation.

Icon2 Sensor:
1. Press and hold the areas as shown in the illustration below for 5 seconds.
2. All icons will be flashing.
3. Press the “Tickmark” to confirm the reset.
4. Once reset the “Tickmark” will blink and the sensor is ready for reinstallation.

You can reset the ZigBee chip without re-setting the entire Icon2 master using the following procedure: 1. Press and hold the > button. 2. LED starts flashing. LED stops and then flashes again. 3. Release the button. 4. The 2 LEDs light up red and the output LEDs run in one direction. 5. Only the "OK" LED lights up green. Reset is complete.

If one of the thermostats should go missing or break the system will show an alarm on the main Controller and if the system is connected to an Ally App an alarm will also be shown here.  If the the thermostat is missing or broken it is not possible to uninstall it by resetting the thermostat and in this case you will need to remove it from the system using the Icon2™ commissioning App.
This is done by connecting to the Icon2™ Main Controller following these steps:
1. Open the Icon2™ commissioning App and select “connect to existing system”
2. Click the tile with system information in the top of the screen, this will take you to the Main Controller configuration screen.
3. Click next in the lower right corner of the configuration screen.
4. Select the output connected to the room where the missing or broken thermostat was assigned.
5. Press the 3 dots next to the room thermostat in the upper right corner screen and press “Remove thermostat”.
6. Confirm that you want to remove the thermostat when prompted to do so.
Once the thermostat is out of the system the outputs will become available for a new thermostat to be assigned.

Testing and troubleshooting

It is always recommended to perform a network test to ensure the stability of the wireless communication before installing the thermostat on the wall. This can be done by running a full network test from the Icon2™ App or on individual room thermostats from ME.3 on the RT's.
When a network test is run from the App you will see a Green, Yellow
or Red symbol which will indicate if the signal is strong or not.

Green= Good
Yellow = Ok but on the limit
Red= Not good

If the network test (Link test) is performed from the RT a value in percentage will be returned. In this case anything above 4% should
be seen as the RT having a strong enough connection to the Main Controller.
Please note that Icon2™ Sensors does not have this option, but waking up the Sensor by pressing the upper left corner of front will make the Sensor communicate with the Main Controller.
In case it is not possible to connect with a strong enough signal to a RT or Sensor you should consider using a repeater to extend or re-route the wireless signal.

The Icon2 main controller flashes different color combinations depending on the type of error. The Danfoss Icon2 service manual lists the meaning of the different combinations. An overview can also be found in the packaging for the Icon2 main controller.

A Link test can be made from the room thermostat as follows: Open the room thermostat and press and hold the return button in the upper left corner until "ME.1" appears. Press down arrow to "ME.3" and press √. Now the Link test is carried out from the room thermostat, the output of the room thermostat will flash and the thermostat will show transmission strength in %. The output will continue to flash for 3 minutes.

Icon2™ Advanced Model

In warm and humid areas there is a risk of condensation occurring when chilled water is circulated through the pipes of the floor heating / cooling installation.
To avoid damaging the construction it is always recommended to install a dew point sensor on the supply side of the installation to avoid condensation and moisture in the floors. The dew point sensor will measure the relative humidity on the surface of the pipe and if this goes above 90% the sensor will trigger a signal to the Icon2™ Main Controller that will shut off the circulation pump and close the actuators to protect the installation. Once the relative humidity goes below 90% the circulation pump and actuators will be activated again.

When the Icon2™ system is in cooling mode the thermostat will start cool when the room setpoint is exceeded by 2°C degrees.
The thermostat will be active for cooling as long as the room temperature is 2°C higher than the setpoint.
Please note that if you are running with setback periods the cooling will be disabled when the system is in setback mode.
If you have a floor sensor mounted on the thermostat, floor setpoints will be disabled while the system is in cooling mode.

Some features such as Auto balancing and flow temperature control rely on the PWM+ heating regulation algorithm to function, this is why some application will disable the possibility to use On/Off regulation.

Idle mode is used when the system is between heating and cooling.
The Idle mode will ensure that valves on both heating and cooling side of the system will be closed while the change over is ongoing to avoid mixing the water from the warm side into the cold side, and cold into the warm side.

The flow temperature control work by continuously monitoring the heat demand in the system and comparing this to the reaction time of the rooms. If the reaction time for the room with the highest heat demand is too slow the system will calculate and adjust the flow temperature to compensate.
This is a continuous operation that will be running in real time to ensure the optimal flow temperature in all situations no matter if the temperature needs to be adjusted up or down.

No. It is not yet possible to connect multiple ICON2 main controllers to each other so that 1 of the main controllers controls the pump. In order to achieve this it will be necessary to wire the pump to stop in parallel between each of the Icon2 main controllers.

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