American Standard AZEMT500BB32MAA Product specifications

Thermostat
11-HD10D1-2
Installation and User Instructions
ModelsAZEMT500BB32MAA
The AZEMT500B Thermostat is compatible with single and multistage forced air systems,
including:
• Gas furnace systems
• Oil furnace systems
• Electric furnace systems
• Heat pump systems
• Air conditioning cooling systems
The AZEMT500B Thermostat may be compatible with some other system types, including:
• Boiler systems
• Geothermal systems
• Multi-zoned systems
The AZEMT500B Thermostat is not compatible with the following system types:
• Radiant floor systems
• Wall heating systems
• Proprietary HVAC Communication Protocols
Schlage LiNK™
Customer Service:
(877) 288-7707
• 240 V Electric baseboard heating systems
ÎÎ NOTE: A 24 Volt common and hot wire MUST be connected to the
AZEMT500B for operation.
ÎÎ The AZEMT500B Thermostat is compatible with dual fuel systems
(gas or oil furnace & heat pump combined) without adding a dual fuel
accessory relay kit.
Contents
Physical Installation and Wiring........................................................................................................................................2
Field Wiring Diagrams ......................................................................................................................................................4
Enhanced Dehumidification Mode....................................................................................................................................7
Optional Remote Temperature Sensors Installation .........................................................................................................8
System Settings at Thermostat.......................................................................................................................................10
Perform System Checkout..............................................................................................................................................12
Enroll Thermostat into Schlage LiNK™ System..............................................................................................................13
Product Specifications....................................................................................................................................................14
Operation........................................................................................................................................................................15
Menu Maps.....................................................................................................................................................................16
User Settings..................................................................................................................................................................18
Installer Settings.............................................................................................................................................................22
Dehumidification Options Settings..................................................................................................................................24
Dual Fuel Settings...........................................................................................................................................................24
Schedules.......................................................................................................................................................................25
Limited Warranty.............................................................................................................................................................27
Physical Installation and Wiring
1
WARNING
Voltage hazard. Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. Disconnect power to heating and
cooling equipment before beginning installation.
2
Remove the existing thermostat cover from the wall plate.
Leave wires attached.
MERCURY NOTICE
When this control is replacing an old control that contains mercury in a sealed tube, do
not dispose of your old control in the trash. Dispose of properly. Contact your local waste
management authority for instructions regarding recycling and proper disposal of the old
control.
A listing of heating, ventilating and air conditioning wholesalers that participate in the
Thermostat Recycling Corporation’s recycling program are available at
www.thermostat-recyle.org.
2
The look of the existing
thermostat may vary
Thermostat cover Wall plate
3
Remove existing wall plate.
ÎÎ Note: During this process, make sure that the wires do not pull back into wall opening.
a. Detach all wires from wall plate.
b. Remove all screws attaching the wall plate to the wall and remove wall plate.
ÎÎ See Mercury Notice on page . .
Wall plate
4
Separate the face of the new thermostat from the wall plate.
Apply pressure at two tabs on top of wall plate to release it.
24R
ÎÎ NOTE: It is not recommended that this Z-waveTM thermostat be mounted onto metal structures.
Metal may adversely affect the radio frequency (RF) communication between the thermostat and the
Z-waveTM bridge.
5
Y1
Y2
2
2
ld
HC
24C
24R
H
W1
W2
/O
RS
1
RS
2
Sh
ld
H1
Mark two mounting holes using new wall plate.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
6
C
G
RS
RS
Sh
Pull wires through hole in center of wall plate.
Locate the new wall plate over existing opening.
Mark two holes with pencil.
Use a level to verify that the two hole locations are level.
Correct hole locations as needed.
24
G
RC
Y1
24
C
24
RH
W1
W2/O
RS
1
RS
2
Sh
ld
H1
Y2
RS
2
RS
Sh
2
ld
HC
Prepare two mounting holes.
h. Drill 1/16” pilot holes in the two locations that were marked in step 9. If mounting to drywall with no
studs behind it, enlarge pilot holes to 1/8” for anchors (included with the thermostat).
i. If using anchors, screw them into the holes.
Anchors
7
Install new wall plate.
c. Pull wires through hole in center of wall plate.
d. Locate the new wall plate over existing opening.
e. Attach wall plate to wall using two screws provided. Do not overtighten.
24
G
RC
Y1
Y2
RS
2
RS
Sh
2
ld
HC
8
24
C
24
RH
W1
W2/
O
RS
1
RS
2
Sh
ld
H1
Attach all wires securely to the new thermostat.
(See the Field Wiring Diagrams on the following page.)
Note: A wire must be connected to “24COM” to power the thermostat.
a. Use the information from the Field Wiring Diagrams to match the wires to the correct terminals.
b. Use 1/8” blade screwdriver to secure wires in terminals.
24
G
RC
Y1
Y2
RS
2
RS
2
Sh
ld
HC
24
C
24
RH
W1
W2
/O
RS
1
RS
2
Sh
CAUTION: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
Improper wiring can lead to equipment damage. Follow the Terminal Connection information from step 6
carefully to ensure the control is wired properly. After wires are secure, bare wires MUST NOT touch each
other. See the Field Connection Wiring Diagrams on the following pages for specific system applications.
3
ld
H1
Field Wiring Diagrams
The following table can be used to find the correct field connection wiring diagram for the HVAC System Type that is being installed.
Indoor Unit
Outdoor Unit
1 Stage
Cooling
2 Stage
Cooling
2 Step
Cooling
1 Stage
Heat Pump
2 Stage
Heat Pump
2 Step Heat
Pump
1 or 2 Stage Gas Furnace (PSC/CTM)
A
NA
NA
C1
NA
NA
2 Stage VSPD Gas Furnace
A
A
B
C1
C1
D1
COM Furnace
A
A
A
C1
C1
C1
Air Handler (PSC/CTM)
A
NA
NA
C
NA
NA
VSPD Air Handler
A
A
B
C
C
D
COM Air Handler
A
A
A
C
C
C
Oil Furnace (PSC)
E
NA
NA
E1
NA
NA
Oil Furnace (VSPD)
E
E
F
E1
E1
F1
Enhanced Dehumidification Mode
See Notes 3, 4
1 For heat pumps matched with furnace, Dual Fuel must be enabled in the Mechanical Settings menu.
2 BAYSEN01ATEMPA is required for “restricted” mode of operation. See Remote Temperature Sensor Installation.
3 Enhanced Dehumidification Mode is not applicable with 2 Step outdoor products combined with legacy variable speed indoor
products that use BK for high stage airflow: System types B, D, or F.
4 Smart Continuous Fan and Cooling Droop are available for all models.
System Type A - 1 or 2 Stage Heating with 1 or 2 Stage Cooling
(Note 6)
Thermostat Connection
Outdoor Unit
Gas Furnace or Air Handler
24VAC Common B
24VAC Common B/C
24VAC Return R
24VAC Return R
(Note 5)
Heat Stage 1 W1
BLUE
24RC
RED
G Fan
WHITE
(Note 1)
Heat Stage 2 W2
Fan G
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
(Note 2)
(Note 3, Note 4)
YELLOW
BROWN
Remote
Sensor 2
24C
24RH
Y1 Comp
W1 HEAT
Y2 Comp
W2/O
RS2
RS1
RS2
RS1
Sensor Shield
HC
Sensor Shield
H1
E
G
AN
R
O
BK
GREEN
JP1: Internal RC to
RH jumper
Note 1 - May be W or W1. For systems with more than one W terminal,
a field installed jumper may be required for W1 to W2 and W3.
Note 2 - May be Y, Y1, or YLO
Note 3 - May be Y or Y2
Note 4 - Y2 only found on variable speed
furnace or air handler
Note 5 - R required for 2 stage cooling unit
Note 6 - For 2 Stage Cooling, outdoor unit contains two compressors
Note 7 - Remote sensor wiring is not polarized.
Note 8 - JP1 is an internal RC to RH jumper
4
Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not connected.
Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2. Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal
sensor. RS2 reports the outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Remote
Sensor 1
System Type B - 2 Stage Variable Speed Gas Furnace or Variable Speed Air Handler with 2 Step Cooling
(Note 3, Note 4)
Thermostat Connection
Gas Furnace or Air Handler
Outdoor Unit
24VAC Common B
24VAC Common B/C
24VAC Return R
24VAC Return R
Heat Stage 1 W1
(Note 7)
Heat Stage 2 W2
BLUE
RED
GREEN
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
YELLOW
YLO
Remote
Sensor 2
BROWN
Compressor Stage 1 Y
O
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
Note 1 - Field installed jumper from R to O.
Note 2 - Cut/remove R to BK jumper
Note 3 - For non-communicating variable speed air handler.
(For communicating air handler, use system type A diagram.)
Note 4 - For 2 Step Cooling, outdoor unit contains one 2 stage scroll compressor
Note 5 - JP1 is an internal RC to RH jumper
Note 6 - Remote sensor wiring is not polarized.
Note 7 - May be W or W1. For systems with more than one W terminal,
a field installed jumper is required for W1 to W2 and W3.
24C
24RH
Y1 Comp
W1 HEAT
Y2 Comp
W2/O
RS2
RS1
RS2
RS1
Sensor Shield
Remote
Sensor 1
Sensor Shield
HC
E
G
AN
R
O
Compressor Stage 2 BK
JP1: Internal RC to
RH jumper
(Note 5)
G Fan
WHITE
Fan G
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
24RC
H1
Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not connected.
Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2. Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal
sensor. RS2 reports the outdoor temperature to comfort control.
System Type C - PSC, CTM, Variable Speed, or 24 Volt Communicating Air Handler or gas furnace with 1 or 2 Stage/Step Heat Pump
(Note 4, Note 5, Note 6, Note 7, Note 9)
Thermostat Connection
Air Handler or Gas Furnace
Outdoor Unit
24VAC Common B
24VAC Common B/C
24VAC Return R
24VAC Return R
X2
Heat Stage 1 W1
O
O
BLUE
24RC
RED
G Fan
WHITE
(Note 1)
Fan G
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
(Note 2)
(Note 3)
YELLOW
Remote
Sensor 2
BROWN
(Note 8)
24C
24RH
Y1 Comp
W1 HEAT
Y2 Comp
W2/O
RS2
RS1
RS2
RS1
Sensor Shield
HC
Sensor Shield
H1
E
G
AN
R
O
BK
GREEN
JP1: Internal RC to
RH jumper
Note 1 - May be W or W1. For systems with more than one W terminal,
a field installed jumper may be required for W1 to W2 and W3.
Note 2 - May be Y, Y1, or YLO
Note 3 - May be Y or Y2
Note 4 - Applies to 2 step heat pumps matched with communicating air handler or furnace only.
All other variable speed air handlers use system type D diagram.
Note 5 - For 2 Stage, outdoor unit contains two compressors
Note 6 - For 2 Step, outdoor unit contains one 2 stage scroll compressor
Note 7 - PSC CTM air handler or gas furnace for single stage heat pump only
Note 8 - Remote sensor wiring is not polarized.
Note 9 - For heat pumps matched with furnace, dual fuel must be enabled in the
“Mechanical Settings” menu. BAYSEN01ATEMPA required for “restricted”
mode of operation. See “Remote Temperature Sensor Installation”.
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Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not connected.
Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2. Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal
sensor. RS2 reports the outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Remote
Sensor 1
(Note 8)
System Type D - Variable Speed Air Handler or Furnace with 2 Step Heat Pump
Note 3
Thermostat Connection
Air Handler or Gas Furnace
Outdoor Unit
24VAC Common B
24VAC Return R
24VAC Return R
X2
Heat Stage 1 W1
O
BLUE
24VAC Common B/C
(Note 1)
24RC
RED
O
GREEN
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Y1
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
Compressor Stage 1 Y2
Remote
Sensor 2
YELLOW
BROWN
(Note 4)
W1 HEAT
Y2 Comp
W2/O
RS2
RS1
RS2
RS1
Sensor Shield
Sensor Shield
Remote
Sensor 1
(Note 4)
H1
E
G
AN
R
(Note 2)
Y1 Comp
HC
O
Compressor Stage 2 BK
24C
24RH
G Fan
WHITE
Fan G
JP1: Internal RC to
RH jumper
Note 1 - Field installed jumper from R to O
Note 2 - Remove R to BK jumper
Note 3 - For 2 Step Heat Pump, outdoor unit contains one 2 stage scroll compressor
Note 4 - Remote sensor wiring is not polarized
Note 5 - For Heat Pumps matched with furnace, dual fuel must be enabled in the
“Mechanical Settings” menu. BAYSEN01ATEMPA required for “restricted”
mode of operation. See “Remote Temperature Sensor Installation”.
Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not connected.
Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2. Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal
sensor. RS2 reports the outdoor temperature to comfort control.
System Type E - Oil Furnace with 1 or 2 Stage Cooling
or Heat Pump
R1 (Isolation relay, See R1 below)
(Note 7)
Thermostat Connection
Oil FurnacePSC or Variable speed
Outdoor Unit
24VAC Common B
24VAC Common B/C
24VAC Return R
24VAC Return R
(Note 4)
X2
O
(Note 3)
Heat Stage 1 W1
BLUE
24RC
RED
G Fan
WHITE
(Note 1)
O
GREEN
Fan G
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
YELLOW
(Note 1)
(Note 2, Note 5)
BROWN
(Note 9)
24C
24RH
Y1 Comp
W1 HEAT
Y2 Comp
W2/O
RS2
RS1
RS2
RS1
Sensor Shield
HC
Sensor Shield
Remote
Sensor 1
(Note 9)
H1
E
G
AN
R
(Note 3)
O
BK
Remote
Sensor 2
JP1: Internal RC to
RH jumper
Note 1 - May be Y, Y1, or YLO
Note 2 - May be Y or Y2
Note 3 - For variable speed oil furnaces, factory installed
jumpers R to O and R to BK
Note 4 - R to ODU required for 2 stage cooling models
Note 5 - Variable speed furnace required for 2 stage cooling
Note 6 - Field supplied Isolation Relay
Note 7 - For 2 Stage, outdoor unit contains two compressors
Note 8 - For Heat Pumps matched with oil furnaces, dual fuel must be enabled in the
“Mechanical Settings” menu. BAYSEN01ATEMPA required for “restricted”
mode of operation. See “Remote Temperature Sensor Installation”.
Note 9 - Remote sensor wiring is not polarized
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OIL BURNER PRIMARY
R1
(Note 6)
Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not connected.
Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2. Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal
sensor. RS2 reports the outdoor temperature to comfort control.
System Type F - Variable Speed Oil Furnace with 2 Step Cooling
or Heat Pump
R1 (Isolation relay, See R1 below)
(Note 6)
Thermostat Connection
Oil Furnace- Variable speed
Outdoor Unit
24VAC Common B
24VAC Common C
24VAC Return R
24VAC Return R
(Note 4)
X2
BLUE
24RC
RED
(Note 3)
(Note 1)
O
O
GREEN
Fan G
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
YLO
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
Compressor Stage 1 Y
Remote
Sensor 2
YELLOW
BROWN
(Note 8)
(Note 1)
(Note 2)
R
(Note 3)
(Note 4)
Y1 Comp
W1 HEAT
Y2 Comp
W2/O
RS2
RS1
RS2
RS1
Sensor Shield
Sensor Shield
HC
O
Compressor Stage 2 BK
24C
24RH
G Fan
WHITE
Heat Stage 1 W1
JP1: Internal RC to
RH jumper
Remote
Sensor 1
(Note 8)
H1
AN
G
E
Note 1 - May be Y, Y1, or YLO
Note 2 - May be Y or Y2
Note 3 - Factory installed jumpers R to O and R to BK
Note 4 - Cut / remove R to BK jumper for 2 step compressors
Note 5 - Field supplied Isolation Relay
Note 6 - For 2 Step, outdoor unit contains one 2 stage scroll compressor
Note 7 - For Heat Pumps matched with oil furnaces, dual fuel must be enabled in the
“Mechanical Settings” menu. BAYSEN01ATEMPA required for “restricted”
mode of operation. See “Remote Temperature Sensor Installation”.
Note 8 - Remote sensor wiring is not polarized
OIL BURNER PRIMARY
R1
Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not connected.
Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2. Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal
sensor. RS2 reports the outdoor temperature to comfort control.
(Note 5)
Enhanced Dehumidification Mode
Enhanced Dehumidification Mode
When the AZEMT500B is connected to variable speed indoor products,
the enhanced dehumidification mode can reduce indoor airflow to improve
dehumidification during the cooling run cycle. When 24 VAC is present at the BK terminal,
(HC to H1 = N.C.) airflow will be 100 percent. When 24 VAC is removed from BK,
(HC to H1 = N.O.) airflow will be reduced by 20 percent. See Notes 11 and 12.
Outdoor Unit
HC to H1 = N.C. when RH% is lower than RH% setpoint
HC to H1 = N.O. when RH% is higher than RH% setpoint
Thermostat Connection
Variable speed
Gas Furnace or Air Handler
24VAC Common B
24VAC Common B/C
24VAC Return R
24VAC Return R
(Note 5)
Not applicable with 2 step outdoor products combined
with legacy variable speed indoor products that require
BK for high stage airflow: System Types B, D, or F on page 4.
Heat Stage 1 W1
BLUE
24RC
RED
G Fan
WHITE
(Note 1)
Heat Stage 2 W2
Fan G
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 1 Y1
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
Compressor Stage 2 Y2
(Note 2)
(Note 3, Note 4)
GREEN
YELLOW
BLACK
(Note 11, Note 12)
24C
24RH
Y1 Comp
W1 HEAT
Y2 Comp
W2/O
Remote
Sensor 2
RS2
RS1
RS2
RS1
Note 9
HC
BROWN
BK
JP1: Internal RC to
RH jumper
Sensor Shield
Sensor Shield
H1
E
G
AN
R
O
Note 1 - May be W or W1. For systems with more than one W terminal,
a field installed jumper may be required for W1 to W2 and W3.
Note 2 - May be Y, Y1, or YLO
Note 3 - May be Y or Y2
Note 4 - Y2 only found on variable speed
furnace or air handler
Note 5 - R required for 2 stage unit
Note 6 - For 2 Stage, outdoor unit contains two compressors
Note 7 - for heat pumps matched with furnace, Dual Fuel must
be enabled in the Mechanical Settings menu. BAYSEN01ATEMPA
is required for “restricted” mode of operation. See Remote
Temperature Sensor Installation.
Note 8 - Remote sensor wiring is not polarized.
Note 9 - Field installed jumper from R to HC
Note 10 - JP1 is an internal RC to RH jumper
Note 11 - Enhanced dehumidification must be enabled: See “Installer Settings” menu
Note 12 - Installer must cut or remove the R to BK jumper on variable speed
indoor unit
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Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not connected.
Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2. Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal
sensor. RS2 reports the outdoor temperature to comfort control.
Remote
Sensor 1
Optional Remote Temperature Sensors Installation
Wire specification (RS1 & RS2): 2 conductors, 18 gauge wire. Make sure that the sensor wires have a cable separate from the thermostat
cable. Best results for distances of 100 feet or less. Accuracy may be affected for distances up to a maximum of 200 feet. Shielded cable is
recommended for distances over 100 feet and less than 200 feet.
CAUTION: Keep this wiring at least one foot away from large inductive loads such as electronic air cleaners, motors,
line starters, lightning ballasts, and large distribution panels. Failure to follow these wiring practices may introduce electrical
interference (noise) which can cause erratic system operation. Shielded cable is required if the above wiring guidelines cannot be
met. Be sure to ground only one end of the shield to the thermostat common terminal. Tape back the other end of the shield.
Remote Sensors Part Numbers
Remote Indoor Sensor: Use ZZSENSAL0400AA for indoor applications.
Remote Outdoor Sensor: Use BAYSEN01ATEMPA for outdoor applications.
ÎÎ IMPORTANT: Make sure that the sensor wires have a cable separate from the thermostat cable.
ÎÎ IMPORTANT: Follow directions below for averaging. These instructions replace the averaging information found in the Installer’s
Guide for the ZZSENSAL0400AA.
ÎÎ Note: Remote Sensor 2 can be selected as an indoor sensor or an outdoor sensor.
Remote Temperature Sensor Connections and Operation:
A) Indoor sensor connected to RS1. Replaces internal sensor. RS2 not connected.
Remote Sensor 1 (RS1) replaces the internal
temperature sensor of the thermostat. This allows the
thermostat to be installed in a location different than
the area where the temperature will be measured. Use
ZZSENSAL0400AA. See Figure A.
Figure A
Remote Temp Sensor
Black
RS1
Red
Sensor wiring is
not polarized.
B) Indoor sensor connected to RS2. Averages
temperature with internal sensor. RS1 not
connected.
RS2 is used as an indoor temperature sensor that
averages temperatures with the internal sensor. Use
ZZSENSAL0400AA. See Figure B.
If RS2 is set to indoor location (“IN” - Default selection in
the thermostat installation set up menu) and a sensor is
attached to the RS2 sensor terminals of the thermostat,
the RS2 temperature is averaged with the thermostats
internal temperature sensor.
C) Indoor sensors connected to RS1 and RS2.
Averages RS1 and RS2 sensor temperatures.
Internal sensor is not used.
Remote Sensor 1 (RS1) and Remote Sensor 2 (RS2)
are both used as indoor sensors. The RS1 temperature
and RS2 temperature is averaged. See Figure C.
D) Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. Reports
outdoor temperature to comfort control.
RS2 is used as an outdoor temperature sensor. Use
BAYSEN01ATEMPA. See Figure B.
RS1
RS1 Sensor
RS2
RS2
RS1
Figure B
RS2
Remote Temp Sensor
RS1
Black
RS2
Red
Sensor wiring is
not polarized.
RS2 Sensor
RS2
Figure C
Remote Temp Sensor
Black
RS1
Red
RS1
Black
RS2
Remote Temp Sensor
RS2
Red
RS2
RS1 Sensor
RS2 Sensor
Sensor wiring is
not polarized.
If RS2 is set to outdoor location (“OUT” in the thermostat installation set up menu) and a sensor is attached to the RS2 sensor terminals
of the thermostat, the RS2 temperature is used to report outdoor temperature. It is also displayed on the thermostat main screen. See
Step 15 to configure for outdoor temperature sensing.
E) Indoor sensor connected to RS1 and Outdoor sensor connected to RS2. RS1 replaces the internal sensor. RS2 reads the
outdoor temperature.
Remote Sensor 1 (RS1) replaces the internal temperature sensor of the thermostat. This allows the thermostat to be installed in a
location different than the area where the temperature will be measured. Use ZZSENSAL0400AA.
RS2 is used as an outdoor temperature sensor. Use BAYSEN01ATEMPA. See Figure C.
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If RS2 is set to outdoor location (“OUT” in the thermostat installation set up menu) and a sensor is attached to the RS2 sensor terminals
of the thermostat, the RS2 temperature is used to report outdoor temperature. It is also displayed on the thermostat main screen. See
Step 15 to configure for outdoor temperature sensing.
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If necessary, cut the internal jumper wire (JP1).
If only one wire is connected
to either 24RC or 24RH
as shown
Do NOT cut JP1 jumper
If wires are connected to
both 24RC and 24RH
as shown
Cut JP1 jumper
RC
24
G
24RC
C
Y1
H
4R
Y2
2
RS
2
RS
LD
H
S
24
2
W1
24RH
/O
W2
1
RS
1
RS
D
L
SH
24RC
W1
OR
1
JP
ER
MP
T JU /RH
CU RC
LIT
SP
TO
H1
HC
24RH
W1
24RC
24RH
W1
Cutting the JP1 jumper
The jumper is located on back of the thermostat face as shown in the illustration to
the right. Cut the jumper using small diagonal cutters being careful not to damage
the board.
10 1
JP
ER
MP H
T JU C/R
CU IT R
L
SP
TO
1
JP
ER
MP H
T JU C/R
CU IT R
L
SP
TO
Attach the thermostat face to the wall plate.
a. Carefully align the face plate to the wall plate while aligning pins into wire terminals.
b. Once thermostat face is properly aligned, apply pressure at top and bottom of thermostat face
until it is secure.
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Turn power to heating and cooling system back on.
The thermostat display should turn on and begin displaying information. If the thermostat display does not come on, go back through the
installation steps and look for problems.
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System Settings at Thermostat
12 Set Time and Date
a. Press the Menu button twice.
User Settings
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MENU MODE
FAN
Scroll
up
Set Clock
Filter Service
Maint Service
Screen Timeout
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Select
Done
RUN
Scroll
down
Select button
MENU button
b. Scroll up or down to User Settings (it is the first option),
then press the Select button.
Set Clock
Press  or  to highlight the data you want to change.
Scroll up or down (+ or -) to make changes.
Press the Set button when you are finished.
Press the Done button twice to exit the menu.
Scroll
up
User Settings
Usage Graph
ESM Setpoints
Z-Wave Install
Done
d.
e.
f.
g.
Set
Scroll
down
Set Clock
Time
Date
Day
Back
Scroll
up
10 :15 AM
3 / 23 / 09
Mon
Set
Set button
c. Scroll up or down to Set Clock (it is the first option), then
press the Select button.
13 If your System Type is:
• Gas Furnace - Single Stage, Perform System Checkout step 16
• Gas Furnace - Multistage, perform step 14 then step 14A
• Electric Furnace, perform step 14 then step 14B
• Heat Pump, perform step 14 then step 14C
• Heat Pump Dual Fuel, perform step 14 then step 14D
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Set button
Scroll
down
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Mechanical Settings
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
14A
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MENU MODE
FAN
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For Gas Furnace - Multistage Mechanical Settings
a.
b.
c.
d.
14B
Press the MENU button twice.
Press and hold the two inner buttons for 3 seconds to view
Installer Settings
Scroll down to System Settings and press the Select button.
Scroll to Mechanical Settings (it is the first option), then press
the Select button.
Choose option A-D below:
Scroll down to 2nd Stage Heat.
Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.
If your system also has 2nd stage cooling, scroll down to 2nd
Stage Cool and Press the + button to change the setting to Y for
Yes.
Press the Done button 4 times and go to Perform System
Menu
button
Two inner
buttons
Checkout.
For Electric Furnace Mechanical Settings
a.
b.
Scroll down to Fan Type.
Press the + button to change the setting Electric.
ÎÎ If Single Stage System, press Done 4 times and go
to Perform System Checkout.
Mechanical Settings
Scroll
up
Type
Heatpump
Fan Type
Elec
C/O Type
w/Cool
2nd Stage Heat N
Select
Done
ÎÎ If Multistage System, continue with steps c through f.
c.
d.
e.
f.
14C
Scroll down to 2nd Stage Heat.
Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.
If your system also has 2nd stage cooling, scroll down to 2nd
Stage Cool and Press the + button to change the setting to Y for
Yes.
Press the Done button 4 times and go to Perform System
Checkout.
Heat Pump Mechanical Settings
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Scroll to system Type.
Press the + button to change the setting to Y to Heat Pump.
Scroll down to Fan Type.
Press the + button to change the setting to Electric.
If Coleman, Rheem, or Rudd brand heat pump, scroll to C/O Type
and change to With Heat.
ÎÎ If Single Stage System, press Done 4 times and go
to Perform System Checkout.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Scroll down to 2nd Stage Heat.
Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.
Scroll down to 2nd Stage Cool.
Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.
Press the Done button 4 times and go to Perform System
ÎÎ If Multistage System, continue with steps f through j.
14D
Checkout.
Enable Dual Fuel
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
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Scroll to system Type.
Press the + button to change the setting type to Heatpump DF. The
default control mode is Non-restricted.
To change to Restricted, scroll to DF Type Non-restricted. Press the
+ button to set the mode to Restricted.
If Non-restricted control mode was selected, press the Done button
4 times and go to Perform System Checkout.
If restricted control mode was selected, set the desired compressor
lockout temperature. Press the Done button 3 times then select
User Settings. Scroll down to Balance Point. Use the + and
- buttons to set the compressor lockout temperature. Default
compressor lockout temperature is 40°F.
Press the Done button 2 times and go to Perform System Checkout.
+ button
Select button
Scroll
down
15 Optional Remote Temperature Sensors Installation
Remote sensor input RS2 can be configured for use as indoor or outdoor temperature sensing. An outdoor temperature sensor is
required for Dual Fuel Restricted mode. The factory default setting for RS2 is “IN” for use with remote indoor temperature sensing and/or
averaging. To configure RS2 to sense outdoor temperature, complete the following steps:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Press the MENU button twice to access the Menu Selection screen.
From the Menu Selection screen, press and hold the two inner buttons down for 4 seconds to reach the Installer Settings menu.
From the Installer Settings screen, scroll down to Remote Sensors using the Scroll down button and press the Select button.
From the Remote Sensors screen, select the option for RS2 remote senor location. (IN is the factory default setting)
To change RS2 for use as an outdoor temperature sensor, press the + button to change this setting to OUT.
Press the Done button three times to return to the home screen.
Remote Sensors
RS2 Location
DONE
Press DONE button
to exit back to installer
settings screen.
+
IN
-
Press the +/- buttons to change the setting.
Perform System Checkout
16 Test All Modes of Operation
Fan, Cooling, and Heating.
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Enroll Thermostat into existing Schlage LiNK™ System
17 Prepare the bridge for enrollment.
ÎÎ Note: If the bridge is already installed, follow the instructions as they are
written in the following steps. If the bridge is not installed, follow the Quick
Start Guide publication number shipped with the thermostat starter kit.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Blue
light
Unplug Ethernet and power cables from bridge.
Install a quality 9 volt battery.
Verify that blue light is blinking. If blue light is solid, battery is dead.
Take bridge to the location where the thermostat is mounted.
Battery
18 Enroll the thermostat into the bridge. (Inclusion)
If you are using a controller that is not a Schlage LiNKTM bridge, consult the Quick
Start Guide that came with the controller to find out how to enroll a new device.
a. Hold the bridge within 6 feet (1.8 meters) of the thermostat throughout steps
“b” through “f”.
ÎÎ After you begin the enrollment process, you have 30 seconds to complete
the remainder of the steps. Study the steps below before beginning.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
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Press and release the plus (+) button on the bridge.
Press the MENU button on the thermostat.
Scroll down to Z Wave Install, and press the Select button.
Press the Yes button to enroll the thermostat.
Observe the lights on the bridge. The orange light will blink while enrollment
is taking place. Enrollment is complete when the orange light becomes solid.
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FAN
RUN
User Settings
Usage Graph
ESM Setpoints
ZWave Install
Select
Done
MENU button
Scroll
down
Select button
Verify enrollment of the thermostat.
a. Scroll down to Thermostat Info, and press the Select button.
b. Look at the number listed after ZNID.
• If the number listed there is anything other than “000”, the
thermostat has been successfully enrolled.
• If the number listed there is “000”, the thermostat has NOT
been successfully enrolled. In this case, repeat step 22 and
verify again.
c. Press Done button 2 times when finished.
Item
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“+” Button
Description
AZEMT500BB32
Model Number
Ver: 01.00.13
Firmware version (number may vary)
ZVER: 02.00.9
Z-Wave version (number may vary)
ZNID: 013
Z-Wave node ID (number may vary)
ZHID: 01.07.37.a7
Z-Wave Home ID (number may vary)
System Type: Standard
System type may be Standard or Heat Pump
Fan Type: Gas
Fan type may be Gas or Elect (electric)
Thermostat Info
AZEMT500BB32 Ver: 01.00.13
ZVER:02.00.0
ZNID: 013
ZHID: 01.07.37.a7
System Type:
Standard
Fan Type:
Gas
Done
ZNID
20 Establish Online Control of the Thermostat.
Schlage LiNK account must be active before continuing. See link.schlage.com for more information.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Remove the battery from the bridge.
Plug the Ethernet and power cord back into the bridge.
Log into your account at www.schlagelink.com
Click the Climate tab and follow the on screen instructions.
Exclusion (Only used to unenroll a thermostat from the bridge)
a. Install a new, high-quality 9-volt battery into the bridge.
b. Hold the bridge within 6 feet (1.8 meters) of the thermostat throughout the entire exclusion process.
ÎÎ After you begin the exclusion process, you have 30 seconds to complete the remainder of the steps. Study the steps below
before beginning.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Press and release the minus (-) button on the bridge.
Press the MENU button on the thermostat.
Scroll down to Z-Wave Install and press the Select button.
Press the Yes button to exclude the thermostat.
Observe the lights on the bridge. The orange light will blink while exclusion is taking place. Exclusion is complete when the orange
light becomes solid.
ÎÎ Z-Wave™ controllers from various manufacturers may support the Z-Wave™ Thermostat General V2 Device class used by
the Z-Wave™ Thermostat. If you are using a controller that is not a Schlage bridge, consult the instructions that came with
the controller to find out how to enroll a new device.
Product Specifications
Specification
Description
Product Model:
AZEMT500BB32MAA
Product:
Thermostat for Heating and Cooling HVAC System control.
Z-Wave™ RF communications enabled
Size:
5.7” wide x 4.0” height x 1.2” depth
Display:
Graphical LCD, 2.75” x 1.5”, 64x128-pixel
Backlight:
Yes, Blue/white, Controllable, on, off, timeout
Contrast:
Adjustable on screen
Buttons:
6
Power:
24VAC from HVAC System
HVAC System Type Compatible:
Standard (gas/electric), Heat Pump. or Dual Fuel
Multistage System Compatible:
Standard HVAC Systems: 2 stage heating, 2-stage cooling, dual fuel
Heat Pump Systems: 3 stage heating (2-compressor, 1 aux heat), 2-stage cooling
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Heat Pump change over valve:
Selectable change over with cool or with heat
Communications:
Z-Wave™ RF
Memory:
Non-volatile
Clock:
24 hour back-up power provided by super capacitor
Operation
The model AZEMT500BB32MAA thermostat provides typical thermostat control of a central heating and cooling HVAC system. These
thermostats also features a Z-Wave™ module for remote control.
Clock Display
Tempurature
Display
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Sys Off
Run
Filter
MENU
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AUTO
MODE
AUTO
FAN
Setpoint
Up/Down Buttons
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Dynamic Labels
Setpoint Display
Menu Button
System
Mode Button
Fan Mode
Button
Schedule
Mode Button
Normally, the thermostat displays the thermostat control screen as shown above.
Item
Description
Notes
See Set Clock for more information.
Clock Display
The current time is displayed in the upper left corner
of the main screen. The time will blink when the clock
has not been set.
Dynamic Labels and
Function Control Buttons
The buttons are defined by the dynamic labels above
each button. As you navigate through menus, the
labels for the buttons will change.
Setpoint Display and
Setpoint Up/Down Buttons
The current heat and cool setpoints are displayed.
These setpoints may be set using the Z-Wave control
system, the thermostat’s internal schedule, or by
pressing the Setpoint Up/Down buttons. In HEAT
mode, the Setpoint Up/Down buttons change the heat
setpoint. In COOL mode, they change the cooling
setpoint. In AUTO mode, the buttons change the last
call’s heating or cooling setpoint.
The setpoints will push each other if they are adjusted
to within the minimum heat/cool separation setting.
This is normally 3 degrees.
Temperature Display
The thermostat displays the current temperature as
sensed by the internal temperature sensor.
The internal temperature sensor can be adjusted as
necessary. See Internal Sensor Calibration for more
information.
Menu Button
Button used to access other thermostat menus
Other thermostat menus can be accessed by pressing
the MENU button.
System Mode Button
Button used to change the system mode
Off: System off
The internal schedule is disabled by default. See
Schedules for more information.
Heating: Heating only on
Cooling: Cooling only on
Auto: Heating/Cooling on as necessary
Fan Mode Button
Button used to change the fan mode:
Auto: Fan on when cooling/heating is necessary
On: Fan constantly on
Fan Cycler (note 1)
Smart Continuous Fan (notes 1, 2)
Schedule Mode Button
Button used to change the schedule mode:
Hold: System maintains the current temperature
setpoints. Schedules are disregarded.
Run: Run the system schedule (or Z-Wave controlled
schedule)
Energy Saving Mode: Temperature setpoints in ESM
Setpoints are maintained. See ESM Setpoints on for
more information.
Note 1 See the Installer Settings menu to enable
Note 2 See the User Settings menu to set RH setpoint
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Minimized Display Mode
Optionally, you can set the thermostat to show only the temperature in
minimized display mode. This mode can be enabled or disabled in the
Users Settings screen.
ÎÎ See Screen Timeout for more information.
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Menu Maps - User Settings
User settings are accessed by pressing the MENU button on the
main screen.
Schedule (if enabled) Note 1
Optional Menus (enabled in the Installers Settings menu)
Schedules (Disabled by Default)
Heat and Cool
User Settings
Schedule
Set Clock
Copy
Filter Service
Maint Service
Preset: Comfort
Screen Timeout
Preset: Energy Save
RH% Setpoint
Balance Point - Note 2
F/C Settings
F/C Mode
Sensor Calibration
Internal
Remote 1
Remote 2
Outside
Backlite/Display
Backlite Timeout
ON Level
OFF Level
Contrast
Usage Graph
Heat/Cool
ESM Setpoints
ESM - Heat
ESM - Cool
Zwave Install
Thermostat Info
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Select
Menu Select Button
Done
Back one level or to exit

Current selection on thermostat
Note 1 - Only visible if Schedule Enable is selected in
the Installer Settings menu. Disabled by default
Note 2 - Only visible if Dual Fuel Restricted is
selected in Mechanical Settings menu.
Menu Maps - Installer Settings
Installer settings are accessed by pressing the MENU button on the
main screen then pressing and holding the two middle buttons until
the Installer Settings appear.
C Delta Stg2 ON
C Delta Stg2 OFF
Max Heat SP
Installer Settings (Hidden)
Display Lock
Max Cool SP
System Settings
Min Run Time
Min Off Time
Mechanical Settings
T-Sense Match
Type
Gas/Elec
Fan Cycler
Fan ON Time
Fan Type
Gas
Elec
Fan OFF Time
Remote Sensors
RS2 Location
2nd Stage Heat
Dehumid Options
2nd Stage Cool
Cooling Droop
Smart Cont Fan
Type
Heatpump
RH Calibration
C/O Type
w/Heat
w/Cool
2nd Stage Heat
Aux Heat (HP)
2nd Stage Cool
Type
Heatpump DF
DF Type
Unrestrict
Restrict
C/O Type
w/Heat
w/Cool
2nd Stage Heat
Aux Heat (HP)
2nd Stage Cool
Balance Point (if DF = Restrict)
Sched Enable
Recovery Enable
H/C Delta
H Delta Stg1 ON
H Delta Stg1 OFF
H Delta Stg2 ON
H Delta Stg2 OFF
H Delta Stg3 ON
H Delta Stg3 OFF
C Delta Stg1 ON
C Delta Stg2 OFF
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Enhanced Dehumid
Restore Defaults
User Settings
Filter Service
The Filter Service screen will show the accumulated Runtime hours as well
as the Service Interval that will be used to trigger a Filter Message. Any
type of HVAC operation that causes the HVAC system fan to run will cause
the Filter Runtime value to increase.
When the Runtime hours equals the Service Interval hours, a “Filter”
message to remind you to replace the filter. Once the filter has been
replaced, press the Reset button to reset the Filter Runtime value to zero.
Filter Service
Filter Runtime
Service Interval
Done
+
184 HRS
300 HRS
-
Reset
Filter Settings
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to User Settings and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to Filter Service and press the Select button.
4. Make choice from the following options A-C:
A. To View/Reset Filter Runtime
5. The Filter Runtime is displayed in hours.
6. To reset the Filter Runtime counter, press the Reset button.
ÎÎ The Filter Runtime counter should be reset each time the filter is changed.
B. Change the Filter Service Interval
7. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to adjust the service interval.
ÎÎ The service interval can be set between 100 and 4000 hours in 100 hour increments.
C. Disable the Filter Service Interval
When the filter service interval is disabled, the runtime counter will continue to count the runtime, but the filter service indicator will never be
displayed..
8. Press the minus (-) button until Disabled is displayed
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Maintenance Service
The Maintenance Service screen shows the accumulated Heat and Cool
Runtime hours as well as the Service Interval that will be used to trigger
a Maintenance Message. Any HEAT or COOL type of HVAC operation will
cause the respective Runtime values to increase.
When the combined HEAT and COOL Runtime hours equals the Service
Interval hours, a “Maint” message to remind you your HVAC system may
require periodic maintenance. Press the Menu button to enter the Filter
Service screen. The Reset button can be pressed and the HEAT and COOL
Runtime values will be reset to zero.
Maintenance Service
Heat Runtime
Cool Runtime
200 HRS
300 HRS
Service Interval
Done
3000HRS
+
-
Reset
Maintenance Service Interval
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to User Settings and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to Maint Service and press the Select button.
4. Make a choice from the options A-B
A. Change the Maintenance Service Interval
5. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to adjust the service interval.
ÎÎ The service interval can be set between 200 and 4000 hours in 100 hour increments.
B. Disable the Maintenance Service Interval
When the maintenance service interval is disabled, the runtime counter will continue to count the runtime, but the maintenance service
indicator will never be displayed.
6. Press the minus (-) button until Disabled is displayed
Screen Timeout
This is the time before any screen reverts to the Minimized Screen
(temperature display only), after you stop pushing buttons. Minimized
Screen feature is disabled by setting this time to “0”.
Screen Timeout
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU button.
Scroll to User Settings and press the Select button.
Scroll to Screen Timeout
Make choice from the options A-B.
User Settings
Set Clock
Filter Service
Maint Service
Screen Timeout
Done
0
Select
A. Change the Screen Timeout
5. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to adjust the time (in seconds).
ÎÎ The screen time-out can be set between 0 and 120 seconds.
Zero (0) is the default setting. When set to Zero (0), the
minimized screen feature is disabled.
B. Disable the Minimized Display
6. Press the minus (-) button until zero (0) is displayed.
RH% Setpoint
RH% Setpoint Default Range
50% 40-70%
This is a user selectable value for when enhanced dehumidification or smart continuous fan is enabled. See Dehumidification options in
Installer Settings.
Balance Point
Balance Point
Default Range
40 F
5-70 F
This is a user selectable value for when dual fuel “Restricted” mode is enabled. The temperature selected is the compressor lockout
temperature. When the outdoor temperature is above this setpoint, only the heat pump will run for heating. When the outdoor temperature is
below this setpoint, only the furnace will run for heating.
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F/C Settings
The F/C Settings screen is use to select the temperature display mode.
Fahrenheit (F) or Celsius (C) are the two available modes.
F/C Settings
Change the Temperature Mode
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to User Settings and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to F/C Settings and press the Select button.
4. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to change the temperature
mode. Select F for Fahrenheit or C for Celsius.
F/C Mode
Done
F
+
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Internal Sensor Calibration
The Sensor Calibration screen is used to change the temperature
calibration of the internal temperature sensor. The temperature calibration
can be changed by +/- 7 degrees.
When the Sensor Calibration screen is selected, the current temperature
calibration is displayed. In the example screen, the calibrated temperature
is 77 and the number of degrees of offset being applied is 1.
Sensor Calibration
Internal (77)
Change the Sensor Calibration
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to User Settings and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to Sensor Calibration and press the Select button.
4. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to change the sensor
calibration.
ÎÎ After this screen is closed, it may take a few seconds for
the temperature displayed on the main thermostat screen to
update to the new temperature.
Done
+
1
-
Usage Graph
The Usage Graph shows daily heating and cooling runtime hours for a
week.
The button in the lower right corner will change depending on what is
being displayed. When the heating time is displayed, the button will read
Cool. When the cooling time is displayed, the button will read Heat Press
the Heat/Cool button to display the heating/cooling time.
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15
10
Heating time (Hrs)
5
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Done
Cool
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Backlite/Display
The Backlite/Display screen is used to set the backlight time-out and
contrast.
Backlite Timeout is the time (in seconds) from the last button press to the
backlight going out. The time-out can be set between zero (0) and one
hundred and twenty (120) seconds. Thirty (30) is the default setting. When
set to zero (0), the backlight will remain always on.
Contrast sets the contrast level of the LCD display. The contrast can be
set between zero (0) and twenty (20). Ten (10) is the default setting. If
the display is too light, using a higher number. If dark lines appear in the
display, use a lower number.
Backlite/Display
Backlite Timeout
Contrast
Done
60
+
10
-
Backlight
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to User Settings and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to Backlite/Display and press the Select button.
4. Make choice from the options A-B.
A. Adjust the Backlight
5. Scroll to Backlite Timeout.
6. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to change the number of seconds.
ÎÎ The backlight time-out can be set between 0 and 120 seconds. Thirty (30) is the default setting. When set to Zero (0), the
backlight will remain always on.
B. Adjust the Contrast
7. Scroll to Contrast.
8. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to change the contrast value.
ÎÎ The contrast can be set between 0 and 20. Ten (10) is the default setting.
ESM Setpoints
Energy Saving Mode (ESM) Setpoints are the setpoints used when
the Energy Saving Mode schedule is selected in the Schedule Mode
screen.
Energy Saving Mode Setpoings
Adjust ESM Setpoints
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to ESM Setpoints and press the Select button.
3. To adjust the heat setpoint, scroll to ESM - Heat. Press the plus (+)
or minus (-) buttons to adjust the setpoint.
4. To adjust the cool setpoint, scroll to ESM - Cool. Press the plus (+)
or minus (-) buttons to adjust the setpoint.
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ESM - Heat
ESM - Cool
Done
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+
65
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Installer Settings
The Installer Settings screen is a hidden screen designed for use by qualified installers and service technicians. Do not change any
settings in these screens unless you are a qualified installer or service technician.
Installer Settings
Display Lock
System Settings
Max Heat SP
Min Cool SP
90
60
Done
-
+
N
Changing these settings will affect the operation of the heating/cooling system. To view and edit these settings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU button.
Press and hold the two middle buttons simultaneously until the Installer Settings menu is displayed.
Scroll to the setting you want to change. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) button to adjust the setting.
Press the Done button when you are finished.
Setting
Range
Display Lock
Y or N
System Settings
See next page
Max Heat SP
Default
Description
N
Locks or unlocks the thermostat buttons. When the buttons are
locked, the main menu can still be accessed, but no menu options
may be selected. The Installer Settings hidden button operation is
always operational, allowing Display Lock to be turned off.
55F to 90F
(12C-32C)
90F (32C)
Sets the maximum heating setpoint value. Will not ramp or accept
setpoints higher than this maximum.
Min Cool SP
60F to 99F
(15C-37C)
60F (15C)
Sets the minimum cooling setpoint value. Will not ramp or accept
setpoints lower than this minimum.
Minimum Run
Time (MRT)
1- 9 Minutes
3
Sets the minimum run time before a heating/cooling cycle can
turn off to prevent rapid cycling. Thermostat screen will display
Cool ON or Heat ON while the minimum run time is being
enforced.
Minimum Off Time
(MOT)
5-9 Minutes
5
Sets the minimum off time before another heating/cooling
cycle can begin to provide compressor short cycle protection.
Thermostat screen will display WAIT when minimum off time is
being enforced.
T-Sense
1-6
2
Sample rate of temperature sensor
Low Sample Rate = Less sensitive (slower response)
High Sample Rate = More sensitive (faster response)
Fan Cycler 1
0-120 minutes
0 (= OFF)
10-120 minutes
10
The fan cycler function cycles the HVAC system fan for an ON
period followed by an OFF period continuously. Used to provide
minimum air ventilation requirements. While the Fan ON time is
set to a value greater than 0, an additional Cycler FAN mode is
present when pressing FAN button.
Remote Sensors
IN or OUT
IN
Dehumidification
Options
See Dehumid Option table
Restore Defaults
n/a
Fan ON Time
Fan Cycler 1
Fan OFF Time
n/a
Used to enable remote temperature sensing, averaging, or for
outdoor temperature setting for display and/or dual fuel restricted
mode.
Sets all of the thermostat settings back to the factory defaults.
1 NOTE: CONTINUOUS fan mode during COOLING operation may not be appropriate in humid climates. If the indoor air exceeds 60%
relative humidity or simply feels uncomfortably humid, it is recommended that the fan only be used in the AUTO mode.
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System Settings
Changing these settings will affect the operation of the heating/cooling system.
To view and edit these settings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
ÎÎ
Press the MENU button.
Press and hold the two middle buttons simultaneously until the Installer Settings menu is displayed.
Scroll to System Settings and press the Select button.
Scroll to the setting you want to change. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) button to adjust the setting.
Press the Done button when you are finished.
Note on Delta Settings: The Delta T Setting is the delta, or difference between, the setpoint and current temp for determining when a
heat or cool call comes on. The “delta” is the number of degrees away from the setpoint.
Setting
Range
Default
Description
Mechanical
Settings
See next page
Balance Point
5-70 F
40 F
This is a user selectable value for when dual fuel “Restricted” mode is enabled. The
temperature selected is the compressor lockout temperature. When the outdoor
temperature is above this setpoint, only the heat pump will run for heating. When
the outdoor temperature is below this setpoint, only the furnace will run for heating.
Schedule Enable
Y or N
N
When enabled, the local thermostats scheduler function is enabled.
Recovery Enable
Y or N
Y
The Recover feature is active only when “Schedule” is enabled and the schedule
mode is set to “RUN”
Recovery operation, when enabled, will start the cooling or heating system so
that the desired comfort temperature is reached by the next scheduled set point
time. The advance start time calculation is a learned process that is recalculated
and adjusted each day until the room temperature is at the target temperature at
the schedule time. When the thermostat is in Recovery mode the display will show
“Recov”.
Recovery works for all scheduled periods (1-4) and in HEAT, COOL or AUTO
modes. While in Recovery the Aux-Heat stage will not engage.
The maximum Recovery time is one hour.
H/C Delta
3 - 15 degrees
3
Sets the minimum separation between heating and cooling setpoints. Attempts to
lower the cooling below the heating setpoint by this amount will PUSH the heating
setpoint down to maintain this separation. Same for setting the heating setpoint
above the cooling setpoint, it will PUSH the cooling setpoint up to maintain this
separation.
Heating Delta
Stage 1 ON
1 to 8 degrees
1
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 1 heating starts.
Heating Delta
Stage 1 OFF
0 to 8 degrees
0
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 1 heating stops. Stage 1 turns off at setpoint
minus (-) Delta Stage 1.
Heating Delta
Stage 2 ON
2 to 8 degrees
2
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 2 heating starts.
Heating Delta
Stage 2 OFF
0 to 8 degrees
0
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 2 heating stops. Stage 2 turns off at setpoint
minus (-) Delta Stage 2.
Heating Delta
Aux Heat ON
3 to 8 degrees
3
Sets the delta from setpoint that Aux Heat starts.
Heating Delta
Aux Heat OFF
0 to 8 degrees
0
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 1 heating stops. Aux Heat turns off at
setpoint minus (-) Delta Aux Heat.
Cooling Delta
Stage 1 ON
1 to 8 degrees
1
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 1 cooling starts.
Cooling Delta
Stage 1 OFF
-2 to 8 degrees
0
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 1 Cooling stops. Stage 1 turns off at setpoint
plus (+) Delta Stage 1.
Cooling Delta
Stage 2 ON
2 to 8 degrees
2
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 2 cooling starts.
Cooling Delta
Stage 2 OFF
-2 to 8 degrees
0
Sets the delta from setpoint that stage 2 Cooling stops. Stage 2 turns off at setpoint
plus (+) Delta Stage 2.
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Mechanical Settings
Changing these settings will affect the operation of the heating/cooling system. Options for mechanical setting will depend on the
System Type selected.
To view and edit these settings:
Press the MENU button.
Press and hold the two middle buttons simultaneously until the Installer Settings menu is displayed.
Scroll to System Settings and press the Select button.
Scroll to Mechanical Settings and press the Select button.
Scroll to the setting you want to change. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) button to adjust the setting. Depending on the system type, the
choices below will be displayed.
6. Press the Done button when you are finished.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Setting
Range
Default
Description
Type
Gas/Elec
Gas/Elec
Selects system type Gas/Electric
Fan Type
Gas or Elec
Gas
Selects the Fan type if system is Gas or Electric
2nd Stage Heat
Y or N
N
Enables the 2nd Stage Heat operation
2nd Stage Cool
Y or N
N
Setting
Enables the 2nd Stage Cool operation
Range
Default
Type
Heat Pump
Heat Pump
Selects system type Heat Pump
C/O Type
w/Cool or
w/Heat
w/Cool
Set the Heat pump Changeover type
2nd Stage Heat
Y or N
N
Enables the 2nd Stage Heat operation
Aux Heat (HP)
Y or N
Y
Enables the Auxiliary Heat operation. Typically the Aux Heat will be heat-strips in a
Heat Pump system
2nd Stage Cool
Y or N
N
Setting
Description
Enables the 2nd Stage Cool operation
Range
Default
Description
Type
Heat Pump DF
Heat Pump DF
Selects system type Heat Pump with Dual Fuel (Gas or Oil Furnace)
DF Type
Restricted /
Non-restricted
Non-restricted
Non-restricted mode will follow thermostat demand for each heating stage.
Restricted mode will lock out the compressor at a selectable outdoor temperature.
Default balance point is 40° F.
C/O Type
w/Cool or
w/Heat
w/Cool
Set the Heat pump Changeover type
2nd Stage Heat
Y or N
N
Enables the 2nd Stage Heat operation
Aux Heat (HP)
Y or N
Y
Enables the Auxiliary Heat operation. Typically the Aux Heat will be heat-strips in a
Heat Pump system
2nd Stage Cool
Y or N
N
Enables the 2nd Stage Cool operation
Balance Point
5-70
40
Balance point is used to select the “Restricted” compressor lockout temperature.
Dehumidification Options Settings
Changing these settings will affect the operation of the heating/cooling system.
To view and edit these settings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the MENU button.
Press and hold the two middle buttons simultaneously until the Installer Settings menu is displayed.
Scroll to Dehumid Options and press the Select button.
Scroll to the setting you want to change. Press the plus (+) or minus (-) button to adjust the setting.
Press the Done button when you are finished
Setting
Range
Default
Description
Cooling Droop
0-2
0
0=Off, 1=1 degree, 2=2 degrees. This is the amount of temperature overshoot
allowed during low-load cooling conditions
Smart Cont Fan
Y-N
N
Y=On, N=Off. When enabled, this feature will cancel continuous fan operation when
room RH% is higher than the RH% setpoint.
Enhanced
Dehumidification
Y-N
N
Y=On, N=Off. When enabled and connected to a variable speed blower motor
control, this feature will reduce the indoor blower speed when room RH% is higher
than the RH% setpoint to provide additional dehumidification during the cooling run
cycle.
RH Calibration
-7 to +7
0
Used to recalibrate the RH sensor
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Schedules
Scheduling is usually controlled by your Z-Wave system. See the instructions that came with your Z-Wave system for more information;
however, scheduling may also be controlled by the thermostat.
ÎÎ The Schedules menu is hidden by default, but may be enabled in the Installer Settings. See Enable/Disable the Schedules Menu
below for more information..
The thermostat has a 4 x 7 schedule, meaning the setpoints can be changed up to four times a day each day. Each day has a separate
schedule. Schedules may be copied from one day to another day or group of days. See Copy a Day Schedule on page 26 for more
information.
Select Schedule
Heat and Cool
Preset:Confort
Preset:Energy Save
Done
Select
Enable/Disable the Schedules Menu
Because the Schedules menu is disabled by default, you must first enable it before any scheduling can be done at the thermostat. If you want
to use your Z-Wave system for scheduling, scheduling must be disabled in the thermostat.
1.
2.
3.
4.
ÎÎ
Press the MENU button.
Press and hold the two middle buttons simultaneously until the Installer Settings menu is displayed.
Scroll to Systems Settings and press the Select button.
Scroll to Sched Enable and press the plus (+) button to enable scheduling or the minus (-) button to disable scheduling.
When scheduling is enabled in the thermostat, a Y will be displayed next to Sched Enable. When scheduling is disabled in the
thermostat, an N will be displayed next to Sched Enable.
Load a Preset Schedule
There are two possible schedules that may be loaded: Preset Comfort
and Preset Energy Save. These schedules may not be changed. When
a schedule is loaded, it changes the current Heat and Cool schedule
settings. You can then edit the Heat and Cool schedule, if necessary.
ÎÎ Selecting Preset Comfort or Preset Energy Save schedules will
overwrite the current Heat and Cool schedule.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MENU button.
Scroll to Schedules and press the Select button.
Scroll to the schedule you want to load and press the Select button.
Press the Yes button.
Preset Schedule
Preset: Comfort
Description
This is a preset schedule with mild setbacks,
designed to maintain a comfortable temperature.
Preset: Energy Save This is a preset schedule with deeper setbacks,
designed to conserve energy.
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Monday Schedule
Time
Heat Cool
Wake 06 :00 A
70
78
Day
08 :00 A
70
78
Eve
04 :00 P
70
78
Sleep 10 : 00 P
66
81
Done
+
c
Select
View the Current Schedule
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to Schedules and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to Heat and Cool and press the Select button.
4. The schedule for the current day will be displayed. To view other days, press the Next button.
Set a Heat and Cool Schedule
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to Schedules and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to Heat and Cool and press the Select button.
4. The schedule for the current day will be displayed. To view other days, press the Next button
5. To change a setting (hour, minute, day part, heat setpoint or cool setpoint), scroll to that setting using the left () or right () arrow buttons.
Then press the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons as necessary.
ÎÎ Continue pressing the left () or right () arrow buttons to move to the next line.
Copy a Day Schedule
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Scroll to Schedules and press the Select button.
3. Scroll to Heat and Cool and press the Select button.
4. The day of the week is displayed at the top of the screen. Press the Next button until the day you want to copy is displayed.
5. Highlight the small c in the lower right corner by pressing the left arrow () button once. The Next button will change to Copy.
6. Press the Copy button.
7. For each day to which you want to copy the day schedule, change the N (no) to Y (yes). Use the left () or right () arrow buttons to scroll
to the day and the use the Yes or No buttons on the side of the screen.
8. Press the Copy button.
Smart Continuous Fan (SCF) Operation
Smart Continuous Fan will provide for continuous fan operation to control humidity. To use SCF, you must enable SCF operation
in the Installers Settings menu under the Dehumidification Options menu. Set Smart Cont Fan to Y to enable it.
To turn on SCF, set the Fan mode to SCF.
When SCF fan mode is selected, the HVAC system fan will run continuously unless the humidity rises above the RH setpoint.
The RH setpoint is set in the User Settings menu. Default RH is set to 50%. SCF fan operation is turned off when RH is above
the setpoint. SCF operation is resumed at the end of the next cooling call.
When RH% is above RH setpoint (Default is 50%)
SCF will turn continuous fan operation OFF.
Status Line 2
Shows SCF Fan operation
when Fan Mode is set to SCF.
- Shows Fan Off when SCF
fan is not running.
- Shows Fan On when SCF
fan is running.
Note: Status display can be
overidden by other priority
system status messages.
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11:15 AM
RH%55
Fan Off
74 H
75
MENU MODE
SCF
FAN
78 C
RUN
Fan Mode
Fan mode options will include SCF
when SCF is enabled in the Installers
Settings menu.
Warranty
Limited Warranty
Low Voltage Room
Comfort Controls
U.S.A. and Canada Only
This limited warranty is extended by the manufacturer to the original purchaser and to any succeeding owner of the real property to which the
low voltage room comfort control is originally affixed and applies to products purchased and retained for use within the U.S.A. and Canada.
The limited warranty period begins when the low voltage room comfort control installation is complete, verified by installer’s invoice or similar
document. If installation completion and start-up date cannot be verified by installer’s invoice or similar document, limited warranty coverage
begins six (6) months after the date of manufacture based on the low voltage room comfort control serial number.
If any part of your low voltage room comfort control fails because of a manufacturing defect within five (5) years from the date the limited
warranty period begins, Warrantor will furnish without charge a new low voltage room comfort control. Any local transportation, related service
labor, and diagnosis calls, are not included.
This limited warranty does not apply if the low voltage room comfort control was purchased direct (i.e. from internet websites or auctions) on
an uninstalled basis. Additionally, this limited warranty will not apply unless the low voltage room comfort control is: (1) installed by a licensed
or qualified HVAC technician, (2) applied and installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations in its Installer’s Guide, and (3)
in compliance with all industry standards, national, state, and local codes.
This limited warranty does not cover your low voltage room comfort control if it is damaged while in your possession; including, but not limited
to (1) damage caused by unreasonable use of the low voltage room comfort control, (2) damage from failure to properly maintain the low
voltage room comfort control as set forth in the Use and Care manual, (3) damage that is not considered a manufacturing defect, such as acts
of God, malfunctions or failures resulting from fire, water, storms, lightning, earthquake, theft, riot, misuse, abuse, increased utility usage costs,
(4) performance problems due to improper selection/equipment match-up, installation, or application, or (5) failures, defects, or damages
(including, but not limited to, any failure or loss of data) caused by any third party product, service, or system connected or used in conjunction
with your low voltage room comfort control.
THE LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIABILITY SET FORTH HEREIN ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND LIABILITIES,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN NEGLIGENCE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IN LAW OF IN FACT, INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR USE, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL WARRANTOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied limited warranty lasts or do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Parts will be provided by our factory organization through an authorized service organization in your area listed in the yellow pages. If you wish
further help or information concerning this limited warranty, contact:
Residential Systems
6200 Troup Highway
Tyler, TX 75707
Attention: Consumer Relations
Or visit our website: www.americanstandardair.com
TW-1019-5109
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FCC Notice
FCC ID WIBTZW008
INFORMATION TO USER
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B Digital Device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
IC Notice
IC 9374A-TZ45
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne
doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
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Printed in U.S.A.
P516-373 Rev. 06/11-b
American Standard
Heating and Air Conditioning
6200 Troup Highway
Tyler, TX 75707
www.americanstandardair.com
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Supersedes
Date
P516-373 Rev. 06/11-b
P516-373 Rev. 06/11-b
P516-373 Rev. 03/11
6/11
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and it reserves the right to change design and specifications without notice.