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WiFi Burner - The Web interface for Challenger Heaters

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27°C

Current
Fan 0RPM.
Body 23°C...
Pump 0.0 Hz...
Fuel Rate 0ml/hr...






Thermostat, Cyclic & Frost Modes


Thermostat / heat Mode
Stop start / Cyclic mode should only be used
on hookup as it can increase battery drain.
Window
Temp Ref

Thermostat Controlled Cyclic Mode
When set the heater will shut down on attaining
the temperature and restart levels as set
in the min and max windows below.
State
Start Stop

Environmental Sensors


Temperature Sensors


The controller thermostat can be adjusted
to match other onboard thermostats by using
the offset setting.
Sensor ID
Reading
Sensor Type
Offset
Thermostat
Sensor #2
Sensor #3
Sensor #4

BME280 Sensor

Relative Humidity:
H
Altitude:
A

Challenger Default Control Settings


2 kWh Fuel Min 1.2 Fuel Max 3.3 Fan Min 1450 Fan Max 4300
4 kWh Fuel Min 1.5 Fuel Max 4.4 Fan Min 1500 Fan Max 4400
6 kWh Fuel Min 1.6 Fuel Max 5.5 Fan Min 1600 Fan Max 4500

WARNING - Settings can damage heater if not set correctly

Current Set Fuel Mixture Settings


Pump Min Hz
Fan Min RPM
Pump Max Hz
Fan Max RPM

Date, Time

Local
Challenger

Timer Settings

Customise System Settings


Low voltage cutout can protect and prolong the life of your leisure
battery.

Set to the minimum voltage you want your battery to drop to.

Best advice is not to drop below 50% capacity.

The heater will automatically shut down safely on reaching this
preset level. The heater will NOT start if battery voltage
is below this preset level.


Low Voltage Cutout
Temperature Format
Protected Options

Challenger Support 01555 728515


During office hours Mon - Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 1pm


Common user issues


E01 - Check your battery voltage and re charge as required.
If you have a split charge system, start your vehicle to
increase supply voltage.



E08 - Add more fuel to tank.



E10 / E11 - Combustion error, attempt to restart 3 or 4 times.
This can be caused by running below 1/4 tank
of fuel even though you have now refilled.

It can also be caused by a blocked exhaust or not following
low temperature running procedure.



Preventative maintenance


Please run your heater for approx 5 minutes at full
power / temperature every week / 10 days
if not being used to keep fuel supply fresh.



Low temperature running


If running at low temperature for prolonged periods
I.E overnight, please increase to full power for 5 mins
before turning off to clear chamber.



Heater Utility function

Prime Heater Fuel Lines

Challenger WiFi Special functions

Firmware/Software Update
Reboot Challenger WiFi

System Details


Challenger Hour Meters

Ignition Glow Plug:
 
Challenger Heater:
 
Current System Uptime:
 

Installed Software Versions

Challenger Firmware:
 
Release Date:
 
WiFi Challenger Version:
 
Release Date:
 

Supply System Voltage

Voltage:
 

GPIO capability

Not fitted

Network Information

BT MAC:
 
AP IP:
 
AP MAC:
 
STA IP:
 
STA MAC:
 
STA SSID:
 
OTA Mode:
 

Active data connection source
Web Server IP addr
Challenger WiFi Controller MQTT settings
For information only.
Changes are not allowed via remote MQTT
State
offline
Broker (MQTT)
Username / Password
MQTT Security Key
Local Browser MQTT settings
Broker (must be websocket)
Username / Password
Local Security Key