Braeburn 5200 Specifications

1 Specifications cont.
Premier Series
Programmable Thermostats
MODEL
5200
Up to 2 Heat / 2 Cool
7 Day, 5 - 2 Day or Non-Programmable
Conventional and Heat Pump
Before Installing, Programming or Operating,
PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
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5
6
7 Temperature Adjustment
Specifications
8 Additional Operation
Installation
Features
Programming Installer Settings
9 Battery Replacement
Testing Your New Thermostat
10 Troubleshooting
Programming User Settings
11 Wiring Diagrams
Setting Your Energy
Saving Programs
WARNING
Important Safety Information
• Always turn off power to the air conditioning or heating system prior to
installing, removing, cleaning or servicing thermostat.
• This thermostat requires either 24 Volts AC Power or two (2) properly installed
“AA” alkaline batteries for normal operation and control of the heating or
cooling system.
• This thermostat requires two (2) properly installed “AA” alkaline batteries to
retain clock setting in the event of loss of AC Power due to a power outage or
rolling blackouts when used as a hardwired thermostat.
• This thermostat should only be used as described in this manual. Any other
use is not recommended and will void the warranty.
1 Specifications
• Electrical Rating: 24 Volt AC (18-30 Volt AC)
1 amp maximum load per terminal
3 amp maximum load (all terminals)
• Control Range: 45˚ - 90˚ F. (7˚ - 32˚ C)
• Accuracy: +/- 1˚ F. (+/- .5˚ C)
• AC Power: 18-30 Volt AC
• DC Back-Up Power: 3.0 Volt DC (2 AA Alkaline batteries included)
5200-100-012
• Compatibility: Compatible with low voltage multi-stage gas, oil or electric
heating or cooling systems, including multi-stage heat pumps.
• Terminations: R, O, B, C, Y1, Y2, E/W1, W2, G, L
2 Installation
Replacing Existing Thermostat
Most thermostats have three parts:
• The cover, which may snap or hinge over the existing thermostat.
• The electronics or body, which controls the existing system.
• The sub-base, where the wires attach through the wall to the existing system.
1. Always turn off power to the air conditioning and heating system prior to
removing existing thermostat.
2. Carefully remove the cover and electronics body from the old thermostat
sub-base. Depending on the brand, these parts may pull off or need to be
unscrewed. The old sub-base should remain wired and on the wall until steps
4 and 5.
3. Label every old wire with the letter of the connection to which the wire is
attached. Example letters are R, M, and Y etc. Depending on the brand of the
old thermostat, your letters may be different.
4. After labeling the old wires, loosen each connection and remove them from
old sub-base. Secure the wires to prevent them from slipping into the hole in
the wall.
5. Remove the old sub-base from the wall, again being careful that the wires do
not slip into the hole in the wall.
6. Use the chart below to determine the new thermostat connections. As an
example, if the old thermostat had a G or F connection, it goes to G on the new
thermostat. Using a pencil and the chart below, circle the letter of each wire
removed from the old thermostat.
Old Terminal from
New Terminal for
Existing Thermostat New Thermostat
R, V-VR, or VR-R
O or R
B
C, X
R
O
B
C
Y, Y1 or M
Y2
E, W1 or W-U
W2
G or F
L or X
Y1
Y2
E/W1
W2
G
L
Terminal Description
24 Volt AC
Reversing Valve (Cooling)
Reversing Valve (Heating)
24 Volt AC, Transformer
Common
Stage 1 Compressor
Stage 2 Compressor
Emergency Heat / 1st Stage Heat
Stage 2 Heating
Fan Control
System Status LED
NOTE: This thermostat is designed for use with 24 Volt-AC low voltage
multi-stage gas, oil or electric heating or cooling systems, including multi-stage
heat pump systems. Do not use this thermostat on applications with voltages
above 30 Volts AC.
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2 Installation cont.
3 Programming Installer Settings
Installing New Thermostat
Default Thermostat Settings
NOTE: When installing this thermostat in a new location, following a few simple
guidelines and the applicable building codes will give the best results. Install the
thermostat in a location that provides good airflow by avoiding areas behind doors,
near corners, air vents, direct sunlight or heat generating devices. The wiring must
conform to all building codes and ordinances as required by local and national code
authorities having jurisdiction for this installation.
At initial power up or after Installer CLEAR is pressed, the thermostat is
reset to factory defaults. Installer CLEAR is located on the circuit board.
1. Always turn off the power to the air conditioning and heating system prior to
installing this thermostat.
2. Locate the release latch on the bottom (not the back) of the thermostat. Press
the release latch in and separate the body from the sub-base of the thermostat.
3. Set the thermostat electronics and cover down on a clean surface. Place the
sub-base on the wall in the desired location.
4. Using the slotted mounting holes in the sub-base, mark the placement of the
mounting holes through the slots and onto the wall. Ensure the wires come out
of the wall into the center hole of the sub-base.
5. After verifying the drill will not damage items in the wall, use a 3/16 drill to
create the mounting holes. Gently tap the supplied plastic anchors into the
holes in the wall.
6. Place the thermostat sub-base against the wall in the desired location. Ensure
the thermostat is level, the wires are inserted in the opening, and the mounting
holes are aligned with the slots on the sub-base.
7. Fasten sub-base to wall using the supplied screws into the plastic wall anchors.
8. Connect wires to the quick wiring terminal blocks. Use the wiring diagram chart
to ensure the old and new connections are correct.
9. To prevent electrical shorts and potential damage to the thermostat, make sure
all wire connections are secure and not touching each other.
10. Ensure the cover is still installed on the body, and install them onto the
sub-base. To do so, use the mounting tabs on the top of the sub-base as a
guide hinge, and close up the thermostat case by pivoting the body and cover
closed. The latch on the bottom of the thermostat will click when the case is
properly closed.
11. Flip the front thermostat cover open and open the battery compartment door.
12. Locate the positive [+] ends of the batteries and match them with the positive
[+] terminals located in the battery compartment. Install the two new “AA”
alkaline batteries (supplied). Close battery compartment door.
13. Restore system power and proceed to Programming Installer Settings.
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Function
Status After Clear
Temperature Hold
Permanent and Temporary Hold Cleared
Clock
12:00 p.m., Monday
Room Temperature
70˚ F (21.0˚ C), to be renewed within
5 seconds.
Set Point Temperature
According to System Switch
62˚ F (17.0˚ C) for Heat, Emergency Heat & Off
83˚ F (28.0˚ C) for Cool
Temperature Scale
˚F
Operating Program
DAY program, Monday
Low Battery Warning
Off, to be renewed within 5 seconds
AC Interrupted Warning
Off, to be renewed within 5 seconds
1st Stage Differential
0.5˚ F (0.25˚ C)
2nd Stage Differential
2˚ F (1.0˚ C)
Programming
7 Day, 4 Event
Residual Cooling Fan Delay
60 Seconds
Short Cycle Protection Timer
On, Reset
Adaptive Recovery Mode
Off
Output Relays
Off
Extended Hold
Indefinite
Filter Check Monitor
0 days-off, Time reset
Keypad Lock
Unlocked
System Type
Conventional, Single Stage
1st Stage Heat Fan Control
Gas
2nd Stage Heat Fan Control
Electric
Fossil Fuel Compressor Lock
Off
Outage Protection Timer
Off, reset
AC Interrupt Warning Mode
OFF
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3 Programming Installer Settings cont.
When the User RESET button is pressed, the following options will reset to the
factory defaults. All other settings are saved when the RESET button is pressed.
Function
Status After RESET
Programming
Default setting depending on programming mode
setting (see Section 4). For manual mode:
Heat - 62° F, Cool - 83° F.
Clock
12:00 p.m., Monday
1st Stage Differential
0.5° F (0.25° C)
2nd Stage Differential
2° F (1.0° C)
Filter Check Monitor
0 days-off, Time reset
Keypad Lock
Unlocked
Temperature Hold
Permanent and Temporary Hold Cleared,
Reset to Long Hold
Short Cycle Protection Timer
On, Reset
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Installer Options
Factory Default
Option
Comment
pro7, pro52
proNO
recON, recOF
Selects the programming mode:
7 day, 5-2 day or non-prog.
1 – Programming
Mode
pro7
2 – Enable / Disable
ARMTM
3 – System Type
recOF
11C
11C, 22C, 11HP
22HP
4 – First Stage
Fan Control
1H6
1H6, 1HE
Not available with a heat pump
system. Selects between 1st stage
gas or electric heat.
5 – Second Stage
Fan Control
2HE
2HE, 2H6
Only available with a 2nd stage
heat pump system.
6 – Fossil Fuel
Backup Option
au HE
au HE, au H6
Only available with a 2nd stage
heat pump system. Locks out 1st
stage during 2nd stage heat call
for fossil fuel back-up system
(AUHG) With an electric back-up
system (AUHE), both stages will run.
7 – Residual Cooling
Fan Off Delay
fan60
fan00, fan30,
fan60, fan90
Selects 0, 30, 60 or 90 seconds as
the time the fan will stay on after
the cooling system has satisfied the
set point temperature and has
turned off the compressor.
8 – Short Cycle
Protection
sspON
sspON, sspOF
Selects SSPON (5 minutes) or
SSPOF (off) for the compressor
short cycle protection.
9 – Compressor
Power Outage
Protection
copOF
copOF, copON
Only available with 2nd stage
heat pump and AC power
connected. Select between
compressor lock off or
compressor lock on.
aciOF, aciON
Only available when thermostat
is installed as a hardwired unit.
Select between turning the AC
power interrupt warning off or on.
de6F, de6C
Selects either Fahrenheit
or Celsius.
Setting Thermostat Installer Options
The Installer Options section allows the system and programming parameters
to be set up at installation. The Installer Options mode is menu driven. As the
different options are programmed you may eliminate specific options. For
example, if the system is set to single stage heat pump in Option 3, the selection
for first stage fan control will no longer be available.
To enter the installer settings mode:
Press and hold the RETURN and buttons at the same time for 3 seconds until
installer option 1 (Programming Mode) is diplayed. Pressing the or buttons will
scroll between choices. To scroll to the next installer option, press the RETURN
button. To scroll backwards, press the PROG button. The thermostat will return to
normal operating mode after the last Installer Option mode has been set or by
pressing the RETURN and PROG buttons at the same time.
NOTE: The thermostat will return to normal operating mode automatically after
30 seconds if no key is pressed.
NOTE: Any changes to Installer Option 3 (System Type) will cause Options 4, 5, 6,
9 and 10 to reset to the default values that are dependent on system selection.
Any changes to Installer Options 1 or 11 will cause all User Options and
Programming to reset to their default values if the User Options were previously
programmed. See Section 5.
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10 – AC Power
aciOF
Interrupt Warning
11 – Temperature
Scale
de6F
Enables or disables early recovery.
Not available in non-prog. mode.
Selects single stage conventional,
2 stage conventional, single stage
heat pump or 2 stage heat pump.
Description of Options
1. Selects the programming mode, either full 7 day or 5-2 day
(weekday-weekend) programming or non-programmable.
2. Enables or disables the ARM™ feature. During ARM™, room temperature is
recovered gradually by turning on the heating or cooling before the end of the
set back period. In a multi-stage configuration, room temperature is recovered
gradually by using only the first stage heating or cooling until the last 20
minutes, to minimize the use of the 2nd stage heating or cooling. The set
point temperature is changed to that of the upcoming comfort program
temperature. ARM™ does not operate when the unit is in the temporary or
permanent HOLD mode if the program is temporarily overridden or if
emergency heat is selected for multi-stage heat pumps. If the ARM™ feature
is disabled the thermostat will recover the set point temperature at the
programmed set point time after the setback period ends. (continued on page 6)
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3. Selects single stage conventional (11C), 2 stage conventional (22C), single
stage heat pump (11HP), or 2 stage heat pump (22HP). Any change made to
the system type resets Installer Options 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10 to their default
values dependent on system selected.
4. Selects between 1st stage gas or electric heat. This Installer Option is not
available with a heat pump system.
5. Selects between 2nd stage gas or electric heat. This Installer Option is only
available with a 2 stage heat pump system.
6. For heat pump units with an electric auxiliary stage, both the first and second
stages of heating will run when a call for second stage heat is made. For heat
pump units with a fossil fuel auxiliary stage, the first stage will be locked out
one minute after a second stage heat call, and the second stage will only
be used.
7. During the COOL mode of normal operation the fan will stay on for 60 seconds
after the cooling system has satisfied the set point temperature and has
turned off the compressor. This allows the system to provide higher efficiency
during cooling operation.
8. This thermostat includes an automatic compressor protection feature to
avoid potential damage to the cooling system from short cycling. This thermostat
automatically provides a delay after turning off the cooling system output to
protect the compressor. This protection is also present in the heat mode of
operation on single stage heat pump systems to protect the compressor. To
disable this feature, set this option to SSPOF (off).
9. This thermostat provides cold weather compressor protection by locking out
the compressor stage (1st stage) of heating for a period of time after a power
outage greater than 60 minutes. The lockout period is one hour less than the
outage time, up to a maximum of 12 hours. During that period of time, the
auxiliary heat stage will still be available to maintain the set point temperature.
The compressor lockout can be disabled by setting this option to OFF.
10. Select between turning the AC power interrupt warning off or on. During a
power loss, the thermostat will display an outage warning. The system clock
will continue to run, and all settings will be maintained until the outage period
is over. This Installer Option is only available when thermostat is installed as a
hardwired unit.
11. Selects preferred temperature scale of either ºF or ºC.
4 Testing Your New Thermostat
WARNING! Read BEFORE Testing
• Do not short (or jumper) across terminals on the gas valve or at the heating or
cooling system control board to test the thermostat installation. This could
damage the thermostat and void the warranty.
• Do not select COOL mode of operation if the outside temperature is below 50˚ F
(10˚ C). This could possibly damage the controlled cooling system and may
cause personal injury.
• This thermostat includes an automatic compressor protection feature to avoid
potential damage to the cooling system from short cycling. This thermostat
automatically provides a 5-minute delay after turning off the cooling or heating
system output to protect the compressor. This delay can be disabled in Installer
Option 8 (see Section 3).
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NOTE: Test your thermostat prior to programming any user settings. Pressing the
Installer CLEAR button will reset the thermostat to all factory defaults. Pressing
the User RESET button will erase all user settings and return them to their
default values.
1. Place the system switch in the HEAT position.
2. Press the button on the keypad until the set point temperature setting is a
minimum of 3 degrees higher than the current room temperature. The heating
system should start within several seconds. The fan may not turn on
immediately due to the heating system built-in fan delay.
3. Place the system switch in the OFF position. The heating system should stop
within several seconds.
4. Place the system switch in the COOL position.
5. If the compressor has previously been running, then you must wait five
minutes. You can also press the RESET button to bypass this feature for initial
testing purposes. Pressing the RESET button will erase any user entries
previously programmed.
6. Press the button on the keypad until the set point temperature is a minimum
of 3 degrees lower than the current room temperature.
7. The cooling system should start within several seconds. Place the system
switch in the OFF position. The cooling system should stop within 90 seconds
(dependent on the setting of the Residual Cooling Fan Feature).
8. Place the fan switch in the ON position. The system blower should start.
9. Place the fan switch in the AUTO position. The system blower should stop.
5 Programming User Settings
Setting Current Time of Day and Day of Week
NOTE: It is important for you to set the current time of day (note AM/PM
indicator in display), and the current day of week correctly to avoid problems
with program execution.
1. When in normal operating mode, press
the DAY/TIME keypad button. The LCD
display will be cleared except for the time,
am/pm indicator and the day of the week.
The hour portion of the time will flash.
2. Press the or button to set the
current hour.
3. Press the DAY/TIME button again. The minute portion of the time will flash.
4. Press the or button to set the current minute.
5. Press the DAY/TIME button again. The day of the week indicator will flash.
6. Press the or button to set the current day of the week.
NOTE: The thermostat will return to normal operating mode automatically after
30 seconds if no key is pressed. It will also return to normal operating mode
immediately if the RETURN button is pressed.
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5 Programming User Settings cont.
5 Programming User Settings cont.
Setting the Filter Check Monitor (see also section 8)
Setting Thermostat User Options
The default user options are compatible with most systems and applications.
They are normally set at the time of installation and usually do not require any
modification under normal operating conditions.
NOTE: If at any time while in the user options mode, you do not wish to make any
further changes, you can wait 30 seconds without pressing any keys to return to
the normal operating mode.
NOTE: The first and second stage differential settings are the same for both the
heating and cooling systems.
Setting the First and Second Stage Differentials
First Stage Differential
The default setting is 0.5˚ F (0.25˚ C).
The room temperature must change 0.5˚ F
(0.25˚ C) from the set point temperature
before the thermostat will call for heating
or cooling.
1. In normal operating mode, press and
hold the RETURN button for 4 seconds.
The LCD display will show "d1 x", where "x" equals the ˚F / ˚C differential
setting. This is the current temperature differential setting.
2. Press the or button to set the temperature differential to your desired
setting of 0.5˚, 1˚, or 2˚ F (0.3˚, 0.5˚, or 1.0˚ C).
Second Stage Differential – Only Available on 2 Stage Systems
The default setting is 2˚ F (1.0˚C). This means
that the room temperature must change 2˚ F
(1.0˚ C) in addition to the first stage
differential setting before the thermostat
will initiate the system in heating or cooling.
3. Press the RETURN button again and the
LCD display will show "d2 x", where "x"
equals the ˚F / ˚C differential setting. This is the current second stage
differential setting.
The default setting is 0 days (monitor disabled).
8. After pressing the RETURN button again,
the display will show "FILT XXX SET",
where "XXX" is the Filter Monitor interval.
9. Press the or button to change the
Filter Monitor interval to the desired value
of 0 (disabled), 30, 60, 90, 120, or 180 days.
10. Press the RETURN button again to return to normal operating mode or wait 30
seconds for the thermostat to return to normal operating mode automatically.
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Setting Your Energy Saving Programs
Tips Before Starting
NOTE: If the thermostat is in the non-programmable mode you cannot set an
Energy Savings Program. The System mode, Time, Day and Temperature will still
be displayed when the thermostat is in the non-programmable mode.
• It is important for you to set the current time of day (note the AM/PM indicator
in the display), and the current day of week correctly to avoid problems with
program execution. This must be done prior to entering any program settings.
• The heating and cooling programs have both separate set point times and
set point temperatures.
• This thermostat is preprogrammed with weekday and weekend times and
temperatures. These settings provide efficient energy savings during normal
heating and cooling modes of operation. If you wish to use the settings in the
table, no further programming is necessary. Review these time and temperature
settings prior to establishing your personal program settings to maximize your
savings, and minimize programming requirements.
Setting Your Energy Saving Programs–Tips Before Starting
MORN
4. Press the or button to set the second stage differential to your desired
setting of 2˚, 3˚, 4˚, 5˚, or 6˚ F (1.0˚, 1.5˚, 2.0˚, 2.5˚, or 3.0˚ C).
Setting the Extended Hold Time (see also section 8)
DAY
The default setting is Long (indefinite) Hold.
If the HOLD feature is activated, the current
set point will be held until HOLD is released.
EVE
5. After pressing the RETURN button again,
the display will show "HOLD LG", where
"LG" is indefinite hold.
NIGHT
Weekday
Weekend
Time: 6:00 am
Heat: 70˚ F (21˚ C)
Cool: 75˚ F (24˚ C)
Time: 6:00 am
Heat: 70˚ F (21˚ C)
Cool: 75˚ F (24˚ C)
Time: 8:00 am
Heat: 62˚ F (17˚ C)
Cool: 83˚ F (28˚ C)
Time: 6:00 pm
Heat: 70˚ F (21˚ C)
Cool: 75˚ F (24˚ C)
Time: 10:00 pm
Heat: 62˚ F (17˚ C)
Cool: 78˚ F (26˚ C)
Time: 8:00 am
Heat: 70˚ F (21˚ C)
Cool: 75˚ F (24˚ C)
Time: 6:00 pm
Heat: 70˚ F (21˚ C)
Cool: 75˚ F (24˚ C)
Time: 10:00 pm
Heat: 62˚ F (17˚ C)
Cool: 78˚ F (26˚ C)
6. Press the or button to change the Extended Hold time from indefinite (LG)
to 24 hours (SH).
7. Press the RETURN button again to set the Filter Check Monitor, or wait 30
seconds for the thermostat to return to the normal mode.
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Setting Your Energy Saving Programs cont.
NOTE: If the 7 day programming mode was selected during the Installer Setup
(section 3), the default program will use the weekday times and temperatures
shown above for all 7 days. The programming mode can be switched between
weekday-weekend and 7 day at any time by programming the Installer Options
(see section 3).
• Make sure you place the system switch in the HEAT or COOL modes of operation
as appropriate. You should not enter a program in the OFF or EMER position.
• When you place the system switch in the COOL or HEAT modes of operation,
the appropriate indicator will also appear in the LCD display when the system
is running.
• When you place the system switch in the OFF mode the display will indicate OFF.
Programming Overview For 7 Day Programming Mode
The 7 Day mode has separate Whole Week or Individual Day programming to allow
you to change the daily set point times and temperatures to meet your individual
schedule needs. The Whole Week programming can be used to set the main
portion of your schedule, allowing you to later modify specific days of the week as
required using the Individual Day programming capabilities.
Whole Week - allows you to program all seven days (M, TU, W, TH, F, SA, SU will
show in display) at the same time. Then you can use individual day programming
to fine tune your program for the few set point times or temperatures that you may
wish to change.
Individual Days - allows you to program each day of the week individually to give
you the greatest schedule flexibility. Often used to fine tune programming after
initially programming.
IMPORTANT NOTE! When in Whole Week programming, the thermostat will
check if all of the days of that group have the same program set point times and
temperatures. If so, the set point time and temperature of the individual set point
will be displayed. Otherwise, the individual set point time and temperature will be
blanked. The user is allowed to change the daily programs for this set point time
and temperature by pressing the or button. This will reset all the daily
programs of the group for that specific individual set point time and temperature to
the startup default for that set point. Continued pressing of the or button by the
user will change set point time and temperature settings as desired.
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Setting Your Energy Saving Programs cont.
Entering Your Program – Weekday / Weekend Mode (5-2 Day)
1. Place the system switch in the HEAT
mode of operation.
2. Press the PROG button to enter the Program
setting mode. The MORN set point of the
Whole Week Program Group will be
displayed. The display will show M, TU, W,
TH, F, SA, SU to indicate the whole week
is being programmed. The hour portion of the set point time and the AM/PM
indicator will be flashing.
3. If you wish to program each day individually press the DAY/TIME button to
select each day.
4. Press the or button to change the time to the desired hour in one hour
increments. Press PROG button, the minute portion of the set point time will
begin flashing.
5. Press the or button to change the time to the desired minute in 10-minute
increments, press the PROG button. The temperature digits will begin flashing.
6. Press the or button to change the set point temperature to the desired
setting in 1˚ F increments (0.5˚ C). Press the PROG button.
7. Follow steps 4 through 6 to set the set point times and temperatures for the
DAY, EVE and NIGHT for the HEAT mode.
8. Place the system switch in the COOL mode of operation. The display will show
COOL. Follow steps 2 through 6 to set the set point times and temperatures for
the COOL mode.
9. After completion of programming, wait 30 seconds or press RETURN to return
to the normal mode.
Programming Overview For Weekday/Weekend Programming Mode (5-2 Day)
Your thermostat contains separate Weekday and Weekend Program Groups that
allow you to change the daily set point times and temperatures to meet your
individual schedule needs.
Weekday - allows you to program all the weekdays (M, TU, W, TH, F will show in
display) at the same time. Allows programming times and temperature settings
for four set points (MORN, DAY, EVE, and NIGHT) to meet your daily weekday
schedule needs.
Weekend - allows you to program all the weekend days (SA, SU will show in
display) at the same time. Again, allows programming times and temperature
settings for four set points (MORN, DAY, EVE, and NIGHT) to meet your daily
Weekend schedule needs. (Continued on page 12)
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Setting Your Energy Saving Programs cont.
7 Temperature Adjustment cont.
Entering Your Program
Temporary Program Override
1. Place the system switch in the HEAT mode
of operation.
1. Press and hold or button for 1 second
or longer. The entire display will flash
once and the SET indicator will be
displayed. Release the or button and
press the or button again as desired
to adjust the set temperature.
2. The display will return to normal operating
mode after 15 seconds or you can press the RETURN button.
3. The program indicator (MORN, DAY, EVE or NIGHT) will be flashing in the display,
indicating that a Temporary Program Override is in effect. The Temporary
Program Override will reset when the next set point time occurs or after four
hours–whichever comes first.
2. Press the PROG button to enter Program
setting mode. The MORN set point of
the Weekday Program Group will be
displayed. The display will show M, TU, W,
TH, F to indicate the Weekday group is
being programmed. The hour portion of the set point time and the AM/PM
indicator will be flashing.
3. Press the or button to change the time to the desired hour in one hour
increments. Press the PROG button. The minute portion of the set point time
will begin flashing.
4. Press the or button to change the time to the desired minute in 10-minute
increments. Press the PROG button to save. The temperature digits will
begin flashing.
5. Press the or button to change the set point temperature to the desired
setting in 1˚ F. increments (0.5˚ C). Press the PROG button. The thermostat will
now display the DAY set point time and temperature. Again, you will see the
hour portion of the set point time and the AM/PM indicator will be flashing.
6. Follow steps 3 through 5 to set the set point times and temperatures for the
periods of DAY, EVE and NIGHT.
7. After pressing the PROG button, you will enter the Weekend Program Group.
The display will show SA, SU to indicate the Weekend group is being
programmed. The hour portion of the MORN set point time and the AM/PM
indicator will be flashing.
8. Follow steps 3 through 6 to set the set point times and temperatures for the
periods of MORN, DAY, EVE and NIGHT.
9. Place the system switch in the COOL mode of operation. The display will show
COOL. Follow steps 2 through 8 to program the set point times and
temperatures for the Weekday and Weekend groups in the COOL mode.
7 Temperature Adjustment
Review Set Temperature
1. Press and hold the or button. The
current set point temperature will be
displayed in place of the current room
temperature, and the indicator SET will
be displayed.
2. The display will return to normal operating
mode when the or button is released.
Continuing to hold the or button for 1 second or longer will allow the user
to temporarily override the current programmed set point.
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Extended Hold (Vacation) Mode
1. Press the HOLD button to bypass the
program schedule. The current set point
temperature will be held either permanently
or for 24 hours, depending on the setting
selection made in section 4.
2. Press the HOLD button again to return the
thermostat to the normal program operation.
3. The hold period will last until the hold is released as in step number 2 above,
or is limited to 24 hours if the default was changed in the User Options Settings
(see section 4).
NOTE: Extended Hold Mode is not available
If the thermostat is in the non-programmable
mode. If the non-programmable mode is
selected and HOLD is pressed, NO will be
displayed as long as the key is held.
8 Additional Operation Features
Filter Check Monitor (see section 5 For setting)
The Filter Check Monitor displays a reminder
for required filter replacement or cleaning
by flashing the FILT segment in the display.
See instructions on your filter or heating/
cooling unit for recommendations for
interval setting. When the selected interval
has been reached, and required cleaning or
replacement has been performed, press the RETURN button in any normal mode
to reset the timer and turn off the warning.
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8 Additional Operation Features cont.
8 Additional Operation Features cont.
Low Battery Detection
Adaptive Recovery Mode (ARM™)
This thermostat requires two (2) new,
properly installed “AA” Alkaline batteries
to maintain the system clock and to provide
proper thermostat power when 24 volt AC
power fails or is not connected to the
thermostat. When the batteries start to become
too weak to provide proper operation, the
thermostat will begin to display a low battery indicator.
In order to maximize comfort and energy efficiency, this thermostat is equipped
with an Adaptive Recovery Mode (ARM™). This feature minimizes the amount of
time required by heating or cooling system to reach the new set point after a
setback period is completed, and assures your desired temperature is achieved
at your set program times. This feature activates when recovering room
temperature from setback programs to comfort programs, so it will only take
place when the current (heating) program set point temperature is lower than the
upcoming program set point temperature, or the current (cooling) program set
point temperature is higher than the upcoming program set point temperature.During
ARM™, room temperature is recovered gradually by turning on the heating or
cooling before the end of the setback period. ARM™ does not operate when the
unit is in the HOLD mode, if the program is temporarily overridden, or if it has
been disabled in the Installer Settings.
The low battery indicator is provided to inform the user when the batteries
require immediate attention. We recommend replacing the batteries as soon
as the low battery indicator appears. If the batteries are not replaced after
the low battery indicator first appears, the thermostat may not provide
proper heating or cooling system operation.
Even if the low battery indicator does not appear, the batteries should be replaced
at least once a year, or if you plan on leaving the premises for over a month.
This thermostat can be powered from 24 volts AC or battery power. To determine
if 24 volt AC power is connected to the thermostat, refer to the installation and
wiring diagram section. If you cannot determine how this thermostat is powered,
call a professional service technician to determine the type of installation and the
proper operation of your system.
Locking the Keypad
To prevent accidental or undesired
adjustment of the thermostat, the Keypad
Lock feature disables the operation of the
keypad except for the backlight key. In
order to lock the keypad, press and hold
Both and buttons together at the same
time for 5 seconds. The LOCK segment in
the display will flash once per second. When LOCK appears continuously, release
both and buttons. The keypad is now locked.
To unlock the keypad, press and hold the and buttons together at the same
time for 1 second. The LOCK segment will disappear and the keypad will
become unlocked.
Circulating Fan Mode– Fan Operation
AUTO: Fan operates as required by heating or cooling system.
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ON:
When heating or cooling is not active, fan will run as needed to ensure
a 35% minimum run time.
Fan will run at all times.
Auxiliary Heat Fossil Fuel Option
This thermostat is equipped with an auxiliary heat option which is set at
installation for either an electric or fossil fuel (gas, oil or propane) auxiliary heat
source. For heat pump units with an electric auxiliary stage, both the first and
second stages of heating will run when a call for second stage heat is made.
For heat pump units with a fossil fuel auxiliary stage, the first stage will be locked
out one minute after a second stage heat call, and the second stage alone will
be used.
Compressor Protection
This thermostat includes an automatic compressor protection feature to avoid
potential damage to the cooling system from short cycling. This thermostat
automatically provides a 5-minute delay after turning off the cooling system
output to protect the compressor. This protection is also present in the heat
mode of operation on heat pump systems to protect the compressor. This delay
can be disabled in installer Option 8 (see section 3).
NOTE: The installer can reset the thermostat and bypass the compressor
protection features by pressing the RESET button. This will erase all entered
programs, current time of day, day of week and other user settings and should
only be used during installation for testing purposes or to reset a thermostat to
regain normal operation. This will return all thermostat settings to their default
values. The user will have to reprogram all of the erased settings.
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8 Additional Operation Features cont.
This thermostat provides one type of cold weather compressor protection by
locking out the compressor stage (1st Stage) of heating for a period of time after
a power outage greater than 60 minutes. The lockout period is one hour less than
the outage time, up to a maximum of 12 hours. During that period of time, the
auxiliary heat stage will still be available to maintain the set point temperature.
The compressor lockout can be manually overridden at any time by moving the
system switch to the OFF position momentarily, then back to the heat position.
We still recommend using a separate outdoor thermostat for proper cold
weather protection.
9 Battery Replacement
Replacing the Batteries
1. Open the front cover and locate the battery compartment door.
2. Gently remove the two "AA" alkaline batteries located in the battery compartment.
3. Install two new "AA" alkaline batteries into battery compartment. Make sure
to match the positive (+) ends of the batteries with the positive (+) terminals
located in the battery compartment.
4. Close battery compartment and verify that the low battery indicator does not
appear in the display.
10 Troubleshooting
AC Power Interrupt Warning
During a power loss, the thermostat will
display an outage warning. The system
clock will continue to run, and all settings
will be maintained until the outage period
is over. (This feature needs to be enabled see section 3)
Status Indicators
HEAT: This will turn on whenever the system
switch is in the HEAT mode. “HEAT” will
flash when the heating system is running.
Symptom: The word HEAT or COOL is flashing in the thermostat display.
Potential Solution: This indicates that the heating or cooling system is currently
running. When these systems are not running, HEAT or COOL will not flash.
Symptom: HEAT or COOL is flashing but the system is not running.
Potential Solution: The thermostat is telling the heating or cooling system to run,
but the system is not responding. You may need to call your local heating and air
conditioning contractor.
Symptom: Thermostat does not turn on heating or cooling system.
Potential Solutions: Check to see if OFF is shown in display. This indicates that
the system is turned off at the thermostat. Move the system selector switch to the
HEAT or COOL position. After the compressor short cycle protection 5-minute
period expires, the system should start within a minute’s time.
COOL: This will turn on whenever the system
switch is in the cool mode. “COOL” will
flash when the cooling system is running.
Compressor protection features may be in effect due to compressor short cycle
conditions, power outages or rolling blackouts. See Compressor Protection and AC
Power Monitor on page 15 for a full explanation of this feature.
EM HEAT: This will turn on whenever the
system switch is in the EMER (Emergency
Heat) mode.
Heat pump may be malfunctioning. Review the CHECK status indicator in the
display. If the CHECK status indicator appears, call a professional service
technician to confirm heat pump operation and provide necessary service. If
heating is required you can slide the system switch to EMER setting which should
start the Emergency Heat source to provide heating until the heat pump can be
serviced.
AUX: This will turn on when the auxiliary
second stage of heating or cooling is
active. The auxiliary stage of heating is
usually the least economical stage of heat.
CHECK: Indicator will be displayed when
a malfunction occurs in the heat pump
system. When CHECK is displayed, call a
professional service technician to verify
system performance and switch the
system to Emergency Heat mode if
required to maintain room temperature.
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Symptom: Thermostat turns on heating instead of cooling, or cooling instead
of heating.
Potential Solution: Check thermostat wiring to make sure that the heating and
cooling stages are connected to the correct terminals on the wiring terminal block
(see section 11).
Symptom: Fan runs intermittently or when system is off.
Potential Solution: This is normal operation when the fan switch is in circulate
( ) mode.
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Symptom: Thermostat will not follow program set points.
Potential Solutions: Check current time of day, day of week program settings.
Make sure to verify AM/PM indicator is accurately displaying desired time
settings. See section 6. (Potential Solutions continued on page 18)
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10 Troubleshooting cont.
Check to see if OFF is shown in display. This indicates that the system is turned
off at the thermostat. Move the system selector switch to the HEAT or COOL
position. After the compressor short cycle protection 5-minute period expires, the
system should start within several seconds.
Verify your program set point time entries. The heating and cooling programs
utilize individual set point temperatures and set point times for the MORN, DAY,
EVE and NIGHT set points. See section 6.
Thermostat program has been temporarily overridden and program indicator is
flashing in the display. Wait till next set point and the temporary override will
expire or change set point temperature to desired comfort level.
Thermostat program is in Extended Hold (Vacation) Mode and HOLD is showing in
display. Press HOLD button to release permanent hold and return the thermostat
to normal program operation.
Symptom: Thermostat turns heating or cooling system on too often or not
often enough.
Potential Solution: Increase or decrease first stage temperature differential
setting as appropriate to provide the desired performance level (see section 6).
Symptom: Thermostat turns on second (auxiliary) stage of heating or cooling
too quickly or not quickly enough.
Potential Solution: Increase or decrease second (auxiliary) stage temperature
differential setting as appropriate to provide the desired performance level.
See section 5, Second Stage Differential.
10 Troubleshooting cont.
Symptom: HI is shown in the thermostat
display where the room temperature
is normally displayed.
Potential Solutions: The temperature
sensed by the thermostat is higher than the
99˚ F (37˚ C) upper limit of the thermostat’s
display range. The display will return to
normal after the sensed temperature lowers within the 40˚ to 99˚ F (5˚ to 37˚ C)
display range. Turn on the cooling system or use other methods to lower the
temperature accordingly.
Symptom: LO is shown in the thermostat
display where the room temperature is
normally displayed.
Potential Solutions: The temperature
sensed by the thermostat is lower than the
40˚ F (4˚ C) lower limit of the thermostat’s
display range. The display will return to
normal after the sensed temperature rises within the 40˚ to 99˚ F (4˚ to 37˚ C)
display range. Turn on the heating system to raise the temperature as needed
for comfort within the room.
Symptom: Thermostat will not allow me to change the set point.
Potential Solution: The Keypad is locked. Press both the and key together at
the same time for one second to unlock (see section 5).
Symptom: Low battery indicator is shown in thermostat display.
Potential Solution: Replace back-up batteries as soon as possible to maintain
proper system operation. See section 6, Low Battery Detection and Replacement.
Symptom: Fan continues to run all the time whether the system is on or off.
Potential Solutions: Check that the fan control switch is in the AUTO position.
This will allow the fan to run only when the heating or cooling system is turned
on and running.
Symptom: OFF is shown in thermostat display and heating or cooling system
will not start.
Potential Solution: This indicates that the system is turned off at the thermostat.
Move the system selector switch to HEAT or COOL position. After the compressor
short cycle protection 5-minute period expires, the system should start within
several seconds.
Check thermostat wiring to make sure that the fan control wiring is connected to
the correct terminals on the wiring terminal block (see section 11).
Symptom: The room is too warm or too cold.
Potential Solution: Press the or button for 1 second to verify the set point.
Raise or lower temperature as required. Ensure system switch is in HEAT or
COOL position.
Symptom: Thermostat display is blank or reads -AC
Potential Solution: It is possible that AC power is not present at the thermostat
and the batteries are drained. Check fuse, circuit breaker and thermostat wiring
as appropriate to verify AC power is available. Replace batteries before
reprogramming thermostat. (see section 9). If AC power is present, call a
professional service technician to verify thermostat and system performance.
Symptom: Cannot program a set point temperature higher than 90˚ F (32˚ C).
Potential Solution: This is above the normal thermostat temperature setting
range of 45˚ to 90˚ F (7˚ to 32˚ C).
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Symptom: Fan continues to run in cooling mode when the system has turned off.
Potential Solution: The Residual Cooling Fan Control Feature can allow up to a
90 second fan delay after cooling system shutdown for energy efficiency gains.
The default setting is 60 seconds. This can be changed to disable this feature or
shorten the time period if desired (see section 5).
Symptom: The thermostat does not allow me to program each day separately.
Potential Solution: Thermostat must be in 7 Day mode for separate day to
day programming.
Symptom: System turns on prior to the end of a setback period.
Potential Solution: Thermostat is in Adaptive Recovery Mode (see section 6).
Symptom: NO EM HEAT SET is shown in the thermostat display.
Potential Solution: The thermostat is configured for a conventional system, and
the system switch is in the EM HEAT position. The unit will still function in a
conventional 2 stage HEAT mode, but the display will flash NO EM HEAT SET.
Move the system switch to the HEAT position.
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11 Wiring Diagrams
Conventional Systems
O
B
C
(See NOTE 1)
Transformer Common Required
R
Y1
Y2
E/W1
1st Stage
Heat Relay
1st Stage
Compressor
Contact
G
W2
Programmable Thermostats
Fan Relay
Auxiliary
Heat Relay
(Stage 2)
2nd Stage
Compressor
Contact
Premier Series
L
System
Monitor (if
equipped)
LIMITED WARRANTY
Neutral
24 VAC
120 VAC
Hot
NOTE: 1. Transformer Common connection not required for battery-only operation of
thermostat. 2. Eliminate connection to Y2 for units with single stage cooling.
See
NOTE 2
Heat Pump Systems
O
B
Changeover
Relay-Cool
(See NOTE 4)
Changeover
Relay-Heat
(See NOTE 4)
C
Transformer Common
Required (See NOTE 1)
R
Y1
Y2
1st Stage
Compressor
Contact
E/W1
Emergency
Heat Relay
(if equipped)
2nd Stage
Compressor
Contact
(See NOTE 3)
L
G
W2
Braeburn Systems LLC warrants each new Braeburn thermostat against any defects that are
due to faulty material or workmanship for a period of five years after the original date of
purchase by a professional service technician. This warranty and our liability does not apply to
batteries, nor does it include damage to merchandise or the thermostat resulting from
accident, alteration, neglect, misuse, improper installation or any other failure to follow
Braeburn installation and operating instructions.
Braeburn Systems LLC agrees to repair or replace at its option any Braeburn thermostat
under warranty provided it is returned postage prepaid to our warranty facility in a padded
carton within the warranty period, with proof of the original date of purchase and a brief
description of the malfunction. This limited warranty does not include the cost of removal or
re-installation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from
state to state or province to province. Answers to any questions regarding our limited warranty
may be obtained by writing our corporate offices.
Fan Relay
Auxiliary
Heat Relay
(stage 2)
WARRANTY FACILITY: Braeburn Systems LLC
Attn: Warranty Department
2215 Cornell Avenue
Montgomery, IL 60538
System
Monitor (if
equipped)
Neutral
24 VAC
120 VAC
Hot
5
LIMITED
WARRANTY
Store this manual for future reference.
NOTE: 1. Transformer Common connection not required for battery-only operation of
thermostat. 2. User installed jumper is required to use auxiliary heat for both second stage
and emergency heat on units without separate emergency heat and auxiliary terminals.
DO NOT install jumper if both terminals are present. 3. Eliminate connection to Y2 for
units with single stage cooling. 4. For units requiring reversing valve to be energized
during heating, connect reversing valve to B terminal. For units requiring reversing valve
to be energized during cooling, connect reversing valve to O terminal.
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