WARNING!
MODEL
5200
Premier Series
Universal 7 Day or 5-2
Day Programmable
2 Heat/2 Cool Heat Pump
Digital Thermostat
USER MANUAL
Compatible with low voltage multi-stage heat
pump systems with up to two stages of heating
and two stages of cooling. Not for use on
single-stage heating or cooling systems.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING
CONTENTS
1 SPECIFICATIONS
2 INSTALLATION
3 TESTING YOUR NEW THERMOSTAT
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5
6
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PROGRAMMING USER SETTINGS
ADDITIONAL OPERATION FEATURES
Important Safety Information
• Always turn off power to the air conditioning or heating system prior to installing, removing,
cleaning or servicing thermostat.
• Read this manual thoroughly prior to installing, programming or operating this thermostat.
• This thermostat is designed for use with a 24 Volt AC low voltage multi-stage heat pump system.
• Do not use this thermostat on systems with voltages higher than 30 Volts AC.
• This thermostat requires 24 Volt AC Power for normal operation and control of the heating or
cooling system.
• The thermostat also requires two (2) properly installed "AA" alkaline batteries to retain clock
settings in the event of loss of AC Power due to power outage or rolling blackouts.
• Wiring must conform to all building codes and ordinances as required by local and national code
authorities having jurisdiction.
• 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 should only be used as described in this manual. Any other use is not
recommended and will void the warranty.
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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)
• Compatibility: Multi-stage heat pump systems with up to two stages
of heating and two stages of cooling
• Terminations: R, Y1, Y2, W1, W2, E, G, O, B, L, C
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INSTALLATION
2.1
Replacing Existing Thermostat
1. Always turn off power to the air conditioning or heating system prior to removing
existing thermostat.
TROUBLESHOOTING
2. Remove the cover of your old thermostat and locate the wire terminals. Do not remove
wires from terminals yet.
WIRING DIAGRAM
3. Using small pieces of masking tape, label wires prior to removal from terminals. Use
the chart below to determine the new terminal designations for your new thermostat.
Old Terminal from
Existing Thermostat
R, V-VR or VR-R
Y, Y1 or M
Y2
W1, W2 or W-U
E
G or F
O or R
B
L or X
C, X or B
© 2005 Braeburn Systems LLC • Patents Pending • All Rights Reserved. Pub. No. 5200-100-008
New Terminal for
New Thermostat
R
Y1
Y2
W2
E
G
O
B
L
C
Terminal Description
24 Volt AC
Stage 1 Cooling or Heating
Stage 2 Cooling
Stage 2 Heating
Emergency Heating
Fan Control
Reversing Valve (Cooling)
Reversing Valve (Heating)
System Status LED
24 Volt AC, Transformer Common
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INSTALLATION
2.1
Replacing Existing Thermostat cont.
cont.
2
INSTALLATION
cont.
17. Open front thermostat door and open battery compartment door.
4. After labeling and removing all wires from terminals, unscrew the existing thermostat
sub-base from wall. Make sure to secure wires to prevent them from slipping back
into the hole in the wall.
18. Install two new "AA" alkaline batteries into battery compartment. Make sure to locate
the positive (+) ends of the batteries and match them with the positive (+)
terminals located in the battery compartment.
NOTE:
19. Close battery compartment.
This thermostat is designed for use on low voltage 24 Volt AC multi-stage
heat pump systems with up to two stages of cooling and requires a transformer
common wire for proper installation. This thermostat is not for use on single stage
heating or cooling systems.
2.2
Installing Your New Thermostat
NOTE:
If you are installing this thermostat in a new installation be sure to locate
the thermostat 4 to 5 feet above the floor in accordance with applicable building
codes. Make sure to install the thermostat in a location that provides good airflow
characteristics and avoid areas behind doors, near corners, air vents, direct sunlight
or near any heat generating device. Installation in any of these areas could impact
thermostat performance.
1. Always turn off power to the air conditioning or heating system prior to installing your
new thermostat.
2. Place system switch on front of thermostat to the OFF position.
3. Place fan control switch on front of thermostat to the AUTO position.
4. Remove front of thermostat body from sub-base by pressing release latch on bottom of
front body.
5. Place the thermostat sub-base against wall in the desired thermostat location.
6. Guide thermostat wires through center hole in sub-base. Continue to hold sub-base
against wall.
7. Mark placement of mounting holes as appropriate and drill using a 3/16" drill bit.
8. Gently tap supplied plastic anchors into the holes in the wall.
9. Place the thermostat sub-base against the wall in the desired location, making sure
the mounting holes are aligned as appropriate and the thermostat wires are properly
inserting through opening in middle of sub-base.
10. Fasten the sub-base to wall using supplied screws.
11. Connect wires to quick wiring terminal block as appropriate using the new terminal
designations. Refer to Wiring Diagram section of this manual if required for assistance.
12. Make sure all of the wire connections are secure and are not touching any other
terminal to prevent electrical shorts and potential damage to the thermostat.
13. Locate the auxiliary heat option switch, AE-AG, on the circuit board.
For electric auxiliary heat units the switch should be set to the AE position.
For units with gas or oil auxiliary heat, move the switch to the AG position. This
will lock out the compressor stage 1 minute after a second stage heat call for
maximum efficiency.
14. Locate the internal ˚F / ˚C switch on the circuit board. Using your finger, gently flip
the switch toward the preferred temperature ˚F / ˚C scale.
15. Locate the internal programming switch on the circuit board. This switch configures
the programming mode, either 5-2 DAY (weekday-weekend), or full 7 DAY
programming. Using your finger, gently flip the switch towards the programming
option which best suits your schedule.
20. Restore system power so you can test installation.
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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 the 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
output to protect the compressor.
NOTE: Test your thermostat prior to programming any user settings. Pressing the
RESET button will erase any user entries for time of day, day of week, option settings
and programming if previously programmed. This will return all user settings and
return them to their default values. Remember, this will erase all programs entered by
the user.
1. Place the system switch in the HEAT position.
2. Press the button on the keypad until the setpoint 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. You must wait 5 minutes for the automatic compressor short cycle protection period
to expire, or press the RESET button to bypass this feature for initial testing purposes. Pressing
the RESET button will erase any user entries for time of day, day of week, option settings and
programming if previously programmed.
4. Place the system switch in the COOL position.
5. Press the button on the keypad until the setpoint temperature is a minimum of 3 degrees
lower than the current room temperature.
6. 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).
7. Place the fan switch in the ON position. The system blower should start.
8. Place the fan switch in the AUTO position. The system blower should stop.
16. Attach front body of thermostat to sub-base of thermostat being careful to align the
terminal pins on the front body with the terminal block on the sub-base.
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PROGRAMMING
USER SETTINGS
4.1
Default Thermostat Settings
Function
Operation Mode
Temperature Hold
Clock
Room Temperature
Setpoint Temperature
Temperature Scale
Operating Program
Low Battery Warning
AC Interrupted Warning
First Stage Differential
Second Stage Differential
Residual Cooling
Short Cycle Protection Timer
Efficient Recovery Mode
Output Relays
Extended Hold
Keypad Lock
Adaptive Recovery Mode
Residual Cooling Fan Delay
Filter Check Monitor
Recirculating Fan Timer
Outage Protection Timer
Status After Reset
Normal Operating Mode
Extended and Temporary Hold Cleared
12:00 pm, Monday
70˚ F (21.0˚ C), to be renewed within
5 seconds
According to system switch:
62˚ F (17.0˚ C) for Heat and Off
83˚ F (28.0˚ C) for Cool
˚F or ˚C dependent on switch setting
DAY program, Monday
Off, to be renewed within 5 seconds
Off, to be renewed within 5 seconds
0.5˚ F (0.25˚ C)
2˚ F (1.0˚ C)
60 Seconds
Reset
Reset
Off
Indefinite
Unlocked
Reset
60 Seconds
0 days-off
Reset with 120 minute off cycle
Reset
4.2 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.
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PROGRAMMING
USER SETTINGS
4.3.1 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 setpoint temperature before the thermostat will initiate the system in 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 (0.25˚, 0.5˚, or 1˚ C).
NOTE: If at any time while in the options setting
mode, you desire not to make any further changes,
you can wait 15 seconds without pressing any keys
to return to the normal operating mode.
Second Stage Differential
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.
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).
4.3.2
Setting Residual Cooling Fan Feature
The default setting is 60 seconds. During the COOL mode of normal operation the fan
will stay on for 60 seconds after the cooling system has satisfied the setpoint
temperature and has turned of the compressor. This allows the system to provide higher
efficiency during cooling operation.
5. Press the RETURN button again and the LCD display will show "FAN xx", where
"xx" equals the fan delay time in seconds during the cooling mode of operation.
NOTE:
6. Press the or button to set the residual cooling
fan delay to your desired setting of 0 (disabled),
30, 60, or 90 seconds.
4.3 Setting Thermostat User Options
7. Press the RETURN button again to return to set the
extended hold time or wait 15 seconds and the
thermostat will automatically return to normal
operating mode.
The thermostat will return to normal operating mode automatically after 15
seconds if no key is pressed. It will also return to normal operating mode immediately if
the RETURN button is pressed.
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. If you desire to change these settings, simply follow the instructions below.
NOTE: The first and second stage differential settings are the same for both the heating and
cooling systems.
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PROGRAMMING
USER SETTINGS
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cont.
The default setting is Long (indefinite) Hold. If the HOLD feature is activated, the current
setpoint will be held until HOLD is released.
8. After pressing the RETURN button again, the display will show "HOLD LG", where
LG is indefinite hold.
HOLD
MORN
DAY
NIGHT
4.3.4 Setting the Filter Check Monitor (see also section 5.4)
The default setting is 0 days (monitor disabled).
11. After pressing the RETURN button again, the display will show "FILT XXX SET",
where XXX is the Filter Monitor interval.
12. Press the or button to change the Filter
Monitor interval to the desired value of 0
(disabled), 30, 60, 90, 120, or 180 days.
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)
NOTE: If the 7 day programming mode was selected using the slide switch on the circuit board during
installation (section 2.2), 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 removing the thermostat from the base, and following steps 18-20 in section 2.2, then
pressing the reset button. All settings must then be reentered starting with section 4.2.
• 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 position.
FILT
4.3.5 Setting the Recirculating Fan Cycle (see also section 5.7)
14. After pressing the RETURN button again, the display will show "XXX OC SET",
where XXX is the Recirculating Fan off cycle.
15. Press the or button to change the
Recirculating Fan off cycle to the desired
value of 120, 60, or 40 minutes.
16. Press the RETURN button again to return to the
normal mode, or wait 15 seconds for the
thermostat to return automatically.
4.4 Setting Your Energy Saving Programs–Tips Before Starting
• 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 setpoint times and setpoint temperatures.
• This thermostat is preprogrammed with weekday and weekend times and temperatures
recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy in
their ENERGY STAR® program. These settings provide efficient energy savings during normal
heating and cooling modes of operation. If you desire 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.
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Weekday
EVE
10. Press the RETURN button again to set the Filter
Check Monitor, or wait 15 seconds for
the thermostat to return to the normal mode.
13. Press the RETURN button again to set the
Recirculating Fan cycle, or wait 15 seconds
for the thermostat to return to the normal mode.
cont.
4.4 Setting Your Energy Saving Programs cont.
4.3.3 Setting the Extended Hold Time (see also section 5.3)
9. Press the or button to change the Extended
Hold time from indefinite (LG) to 24 hours (SH).
PROGRAMMING
USER SETTINGS
• 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.
4.4.1 Programming Overview For 7 Day Programming Mode
(Programming switch set to 7 day - see installation section)
You can select one of three Quick Program Groups of Individual Day programming to allow you
to change the daily setpoint times and temperatures to meet your individual schedule needs.
The Quick Program Groups 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.
Once you enter the program mode, you can select the Quick Program Group or Individual Day
Programs as you desire.
See Section 4.4.2, Entering Your Program
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 setpoint times or temperatures that you may wish to change.
Weekday - allows you to program all the weekdays (M, TU, W, TH, F will show in display) at
the same time. Then go to Weekend group mode to finish programming your weekend
setpoint times and temperatures. Individual day programming can be used to fine tune your
settings to match your daily needs.
Weekend - allows you to program all the weekend days (SA, SU will show in the display) at
the same time. Again, individual day programming can be used to change specific setpoint
times or temperatures.
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
the thermostat using Whole Week, Weekday, or Weekend groups.
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PROGRAMMING
USER SETTINGS
cont.
4.4 Setting Your Energy Saving Programs cont.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
When in group
selection, the thermostat will check if all of the
days of that group have the same program
setpoint times and temperatures. If so, the
time and temperature of the individual setpoint
(MORN, DAY, EVE, NIGHT) will be displayed.
Otherwise, the individual setpoint time and
temperature will be blanked. User is allowed to change the daily programs for this
setpoint time and temperature by pressing the or button. This will reset all the
daily programs of the group for that specific individual setpoint (MORN, DAY, EVE,
NIGHT) time and temperature to the startup default for that setpoint. Continued
pressing of the or button by the user will change setpoint time and temperature
settings as desired.
4.4.2 Entering Your Program
PROGRAMMING
USER SETTINGS
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cont.
4.4 Setting Your Energy Saving Programs cont.
4.4.3 Programming Overview For Weekday/Weekend Programming Mode
(Programming switch set to 5-2 day - see installation section)
Your thermostat contains separate Weekday and Weekend Program Groups that allow you to
change the daily setpoint 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 setpoints (MORN,
DAY, EVE, & 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 setpoints
(MORN, DAY, EVE, & NIGHT) to meet your daily weekend schedule needs.
4.4.4 Entering Your Program
1. Place the system switch in the HEAT mode of operation.
1. Place the system switch in the HEAT mode of operation.
2. Press the PROG button to enter the Program setting
mode. The MORN setpoint of the Whole Week Quick
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 setpoint time and the AM/PM
indicator will be flashing.
3. If you desire to use a different Quick Program Group or Individual Day program mode you
can change by pressing the DAY/TIME button to select another group in the following
sequence, Whole Week - Weekday - Weekend - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Sunday - Whole Week.
2. Press the PROG button to enter Program setting
mode. The MORN setpoint of the Weekday
Program Group will be displayed. The display
will show M, TU, W, TH, F to indicating the
Weekday group is being programmed. The
hour portion of the setpoint time and the
AM/PM indicator will be flashing.
3. Press the or button to change the time to the desired hour in 1 hour increments,
press the PROG button to save. The minute portion of the setpoint 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 SET TEMP will begin flashing.
4. Once you have finished your Quick Program Group or Individual Day selection. Press
the or button to change the time to the desired hour in one hour increments, press
PROG button. The minute portion of the setpoint time will begin flashing.
5. Press the or button to change the setpoint temperature to the desired setting in 1˚ F
increments (0.5˚ C), press the PROG button to save. The thermostat will now display the
DAY setpoint time and temperature. Again, you will see the hour portion of the setpoint time
and the AM/PM indicator will be flashing.
5. Press the or button to change the time to the desired minute in 10-minute
increments, press the PROG button. The SET TEMP will begin flashing.
6. Follow steps 3 through 5 to set the setpoint times and temperatures for the MORN, DAY,
EVE and NIGHT setpoints for the Weekday group in the HEAT mode.
6. Press the or button to change the setpoint temperature to the desired setting in
1˚ F increments (0.5˚ C), press the PROG button. The thermostat will now display the DAY
setpoint time and temperature. Again, you will see the hour portion of the setpoint time
and the AM/PM indicator will be flashing.
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 setpoint time and the AM/PM indicator will be flashing.
7. Follow steps 4 through 6 to set the setpoint times and temperatures for the MORN, DAY,
EVE and NIGHT setpoints for the Quick Program Group or Individual Day selection 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 program the setpoint times and temperatures for the Quick
Program Group or Individual Day selection for the COOL mode.
9. Repeat steps 3 through 8 for additional Quick Program Groups or Individual Day
programming as required.
8. Follow steps 3 through 5 to set the setpoint times and temperatures for the MORN, DAY,
EVE and NIGHT setpoints for the Weekend group in the HEAT mode.
9. Place the system switch in the COOL mode of operation. The display will show COOL. Follow
steps 2 through 8 to program the setpoint times and temperatures for the Weekday and
Weekend groups in the COOL mode.
NOTE:
To erase all entered programs, current time of day, day of week and other user
settings, gently press the RESET button using a paper clip or a small pencil tip. This will
return all thermostat settings to their default values.
10. After completion of programming, wait 15 seconds or press RETURN to return to the
normal mode.
NOTE:
To erase all entered programs, current time of day, day of week and other user
settings, gently press the RESET button using a paper clip or a small pencil tip. This will
return all thermostat settings to their default values.
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5.1
ADDITIONAL
OPERATION FEATURES
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Review Set Temperature
5.6 Adaptive Recovery Mode (ARM™)
1. Press and hold the or button. The current setpoint temperature will be displayed
in the place of the current room temperature, and the indicator SET TEMP 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 3 seconds or longer will
allow the user to temporarily override the current
programmed setpoint (See Temporary Program Override).
5.2
Temporary Program Override
1. Press and hold or button for 3 seconds. The entire display will flash once and the SET
TEMP 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 setpoint time occurs,
or after 4 hours – whichever comes first.
5.3
This thermostat is equipped with a special feature to maximize your energy savings by
utilizing the most effective source of heating or cooling to meet your program needs during
recovery from setback (or setup) temperatures. Our Adaptive Recovery Mode (ARM™) feature
is designed to automatically calculate when to turn your first (heat pump) stage of your
multi-stage heating or cooling system to meet your upcoming comfort setpoint temperature
setting. While in normal operating mode, this feature will start calculating the start time for
your first stage (heat pump) two hours prior to the upcoming comfort setpoint temperature.
During this two hour time period it will monitor performance and control your system staging
requirements. The second (auxiliary) stages of heating or cooling will be available during this
2-hour period if required to meet extraordinary heating or cooling requirements.
5.7
1. Press the HOLD button to bypass the program schedule. The current setpoint temperature
will be held until HOLD is released, and HOLD and TEMP will show in the display.
2. Press the HOLD button again to return the thermostat
to normal program operation.
Recirculating Fan Feature (see section 4.3.4)
The Recirculating Fan Mode provides more even temperature distribution and improves
indoor air quality by circulating air through the furnace filtration system more often. The
Recirculating Fan Mode can be selected by moving the fan switch to the recirculate position
( ). If no call for heating or cooling occurs within the fan off cycle set in section 4.3.5,
the fan will run for 12 minutes. The highest setting, 120 minutes (factory default), will run
the fan least often – 9% minimum run time. The lowest setting, 40 minutes, will run the fan
most often – 23% minimum run time. During any call for heating or cooling, fan control
operates in the AUTO mode. The Recirculating Fan feature is available in the HEAT, OFF, or
COOL mode.
5.8
Extended Hold (Vacation) Mode
ADDITIONAL
OPERATION FEATURES cont.
Auxiliary Heat Fossil Fuel Switch
The Model 5200 is equipped with an auxiliary heat option switch 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.
3. The hold period lasts until the hold is released as in
step #2 above, or is limited to 24 hours if the default
was changed in the User Options Settings (section 4.3.3).
5.4
Filter Check Monitor (see section 4.3.4 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.
5.5
DAY
FILT
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
LOCK
MORN
display will flash once per second, and then appear
continuously in the display. 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.
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HEAT
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ADDITIONAL
OPERATION FEATURES cont.
5.9
Compressor Protection and AC Power Monitor
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 single stage heat pump systems
to protect the compressor.
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.
This thermostat also 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 setpoint 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.
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.
5.10
DAY
Low Battery Detection and Replacement
This thermostat requires two (2) properly installed "AA" alkaline batteries to provide power
for the thermostat to properly control the system operation.
This thermostat is equipped with a low battery detection
feature that constantly monitors the batteries during
normal operating mode to determine whether they have
sufficient power to provide proper operation.
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5.11
ADDITIONAL
OPERATION FEATURES cont.
Multi-Colored LED Status Indicators
The three multi-colored LED Status Indicator located on the front of your thermostat above the
display will notify you of key system information.
AUX (Green): This will turn on when the auxiliary second stage of heating is active. The
auxiliary stage of heating is usually the least economical stage of heat.
CHECK (Red): Indicator will activate when a malfunction occurs in the heat pump system.
When the light is active, call a professional service technician to verify system
performance and switch the system to Emergency Heat Mode if required to
maintain room temperature.
EMER (Red): This indicator will light when you select Emergency Heat Mode of operation using
the system selector switch. When you select Emergency Heat Mode, the heat
pump stage of heat is turned off and the emergency (auxiliary) stage of heating
is used to maintain the setpoint temperature.
5.12
Resetting the Thermostat
The Reset feature allows the user to completely reset the thermostat to register new manual
switch settings.
1. To erase all entered programs, current time of day, day of week and other user settings,
gently press the RESET button using a paper clip or a small pencil tip.
2. This will return all thermostat settings to their default values and register all new manual
switch settings for proper operation.
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SYMPTOM
POTENTIAL SOLUTION
Thermostat does not
turn on heating or
cooling system.
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 minutes time.
When this feature determines that the battery status is
low, a low battery indicator will appear in the display.
It is recommended that the batteries be replaced immediately
to maintain system operation and program settings.
Compressor protection features may be in effect due to
compressor short cycle conditions, power outages or rolling
blackouts. See Compressor Protection Features section for full
explanation of this feature.
Replacing the Batteries
Heat pump may be malfunctioning. Review the CHECK status
indicator light to see if it is. If the CHECK status indicator light is
lit, 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 will start
the Emergency Heat source to provide heating until the heat
pump can be serviced.
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.
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Thermostat turns on
heating instead of
cooling, or cooling
instead of heating.
Check thermostat wiring to make sure that the heating and
cooling stages are connected to the correct terminals on the
wiring terminal block. See Installation and Wiring Diagram
sections of this manual.
Fan runs
intermittently or
when system is off.
Fan switch is in recirculate (
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) mode.
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SYMPTOM
POTENTIAL SOLUTION
SYMPTOM
POTENTIAL SOLUTION
Thermostat will not
follow program
setpoints.
Check current time of day, day of week program settings. Make
sure to verify AM/PM indicator is accurately displaying desired
time settings. See Setting Current Time of Day and Day of Week
section of this manual.
Thermostat display
is blank.
It is possible that AC power is not present at the thermostat and
the back-up batteries are fully discharged. Check fuse, circuit
breaker and thermostat wiring as appropriate to verify AC power
is available. Replace back-up batteries before reprogramming
thermostat to make sure you have back-up power. See Low
Battery Detection and Replacement and Setting Your Energy
Saving Program sections of this manual.
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 setpoint time entries. The heating and
cooling programs utilize the same setpoint times, but have
individual setpoint temperatures for the MORN, DAY, EVE and
NIGHT setpoints. See Setting Your Energy Saving Program
section of this manual.
Thermostat program has been temporarily overridden and
program indicator is flashing in the display. Wait till next setpoint
and the temporary override will expire or change setpoint
temperature to desired comfort level.
Thermostat program is in Extended Hold (Vacation) Mode and
HOLD and TEMP is showing in display. Press HOLD button to
release permanent hold and return the thermostat to normal
program operation.
Thermostat turns
heating or cooling
system on too often
or not often enough.
Increase or decrease first stage temperature differential setting
as appropriate to provide the desired performance level. See
Setting Temperature Differential and Residual Cooling Fan
Feature section of this manual.
Thermostat turns on
second (auxiliary)
stage of heating or
cooling too quickly or
not quickly enough.
Increase or decrease second (auxiliary) stage temperature
differential setting as appropriate to provide the desired
performance level. See Setting Temperature Differential and
Residual Cooling Fan Feature section of this manual.
Low battery indicator
is shown in
thermostat display.
Replace back-up batteries as soon as possible.
See Low Battery Detection and Replacement section of
this manual.
OFF is shown in
thermostat display
and heating or
cooling system will
not start.
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.
The room is too
warm or too cold.
See Review Set Temperature section of this manual to verify the
current setpoint and make any modifications that are necessary.
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If AC Power is present, call a professional service technician to
verify thermostat and system performance.
Thermostat will not
allow me to program
a setpoint
temperature higher
than 90˚ F (32˚ C).
This is above the normal thermostat temperature setting range
of 45˚ to 90˚ F (7˚ to 32˚ C).
HI is shown in the
thermostat display
where the room
temperature is
normally displayed.
The temperature sensed by the thermostat is higher than the
99˚ F (37˚ C) upper limit of the thermostats 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.
This condition could occur from the system being turned off
during an exceptionally warm period or upon installation when
the thermostat has been stored for a long period of time in a
warm vehicle or location prior to being installed. The thermostat
is equipped with a mechanical high temperature safety switch
that will turn off the system should the temperature exceed
99˚ F (37˚ C).
LO is shown in the
thermostat display
where the room
temperature is
normally displayed.
The temperature sensed by the thermostat is lower than
the 40˚ F (5˚ C) lower limit of the thermostats display range.
The display will return to normal after the sensed temperature
rises within the 40˚ to 99˚ F (5˚ to 37˚ C) display range. If the
temperature in the controlled space seems to be normal,
wait for the thermostat to acclimate to the correct room
temperature. If the room seems to be colder than usual, turn
on the heating system to raise the temperature as needed for
comfort within the room.
This condition could occur from the system being turned off
during a cold weather period or upon installation when the
thermostat has been stored for a long period of time in a cold
vehicle or location prior to being installed. The thermostat
should be allowed to warm up prior to installation to allow
proper heating control once installed.
Thermostat will not
allow me to program
a setpoint
temperature lower
than 45˚ F (7˚ C).
This is below the normal thermostat temperature setting range
of 45˚ to 90˚ F (7˚ to 32˚ C).
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SYMPTOM
POTENTIAL SOLUTION
Thermostat will not
allow me to change
the setpoint.
The Keypad is locked. Press both the or key together at the
same time for one second to unlock (see section 5.5).
Fan continues to run
all the time whether
the system is on
or off.
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.
Fan continues to run
in cooling mode
when the system has
turned off.
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 Setting Residual Cooling Fan Feature section of
this manual.
The thermostat does
not allow me to
program each day
separately.
Change from Weekday-Weekend to 7 Day Mode
(see section 4.4).
System turns on prior
to the end of a
setback period.
Thermostat is in Adaptive Recovery Mode – see section 5.6.
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Check thermostat wiring to make sure that the fan control
wiring is connected to the correct terminals on the wiring
terminal block. See Installation and Wiring Diagram sections of
this manual.
Braeburn Systems LLC, as an Energy Star partner
has determined that this product meets the Energy Star
Guidelines developed by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency & the U.S. Department of Energy for
maximum energy efficiency.
For more information on energy
savings, go to www.energystar.gov
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.
WIRING DIAGRAM
Wiring Diagram for 2 Stage Heat, 2 Stage Cool Heat Pump Systems
Y1
Y2
1st Stage
Compressor
Contact
E
W2
Auxiliary
Heat Relay
(stage 2)
2nd Stage
Compressor
Contact
(if equipped)
G
O
Fan Relay
Emergency
Heat Relay
(if equipped)
B
L
C
Changeover
Relay-Heat
(see note 3)
Changeover
Relay-Cool
(See note 3)
System
Monitor
(if equipped)
Transformer Common
(Required)
R
Store this
booklet for
future reference
24 VAC
NOTES: 1. User installed Jumper is required to use Auxiliary heat for both
second stage and emergency heat on units without separate
emergency heat and auxiliary heat terminals. DO NOT install jumper
if both terminals are present.
2. Eliminate connection to Y2 for units with single stage cooling.
3. Make O or B connections as required by unit.
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See
Note
Neutral
120 VAC
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.
WARRANTY FACILITY: Braeburn Systems LLC
Attn: Warranty Department
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Montgomery, IL 60538
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