Manual Bryant TSTATBBPB501.cdr

USERS INFORMATION MANUAL
MODEL TSTATBBPB501
PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL
THERMOSTAT
Heating & Cooling Systems
NOTE TO INSTALLER:
This manual must be left with the equipment user.
I2:00
72
Mo
74
COOL
AUTO
70
HEAT
Heat Pump & Heat Cool
Dual Setpoint
5+2 Day Programmable
4 Time periods
Very Easy to Program
Easy To Read Display
Thermoglow Backlight
No Batteries Required
Auto Changeover
No Batteries Required
Locking Keypad
Meets California Title 24 Residential
Table Of Contents
FRONT PANEL
DISPLAY
QUICK START Set the clock and go
BASIC OPERATION
PROGRAMMING 4 Time Periods
ADVANCED SETUP
ABOUT ADVANCED OPERATION
WARRANTY
2
3
5
6
8
12
16
21
CAUTION
Follow Installation Instructions before proceeding.
SET THERMOSTAT TO MODE “OFF” PRIOR TO
CHANGING SETTINGS IN SETUP OR RESTORING
FACTORY DEFAULTS.
Residential Light Commercial Systems
Carrier Corporation 04/01
TSTATBBPB501
Page 1
Front Panel
I2:00
72
Mo
1
74
COOL
AUTO
70
HEAT
3
2
4
5
1
Liquid Crystal Display
2
Up/Down Buttons
3
Mode Button
4
Fan Button
5
Heat or Cool Indicator
with Thermoglow
Heat = Red, Cool = Green
Page 2
Display
5
2
I2:00
Am
Pm
Night
Setup
6
88
88 88
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
COOL
4
1
AUTO
3
Locked
8
ONOFF
Program On
HEAT
5
7
Morning DayEvening
Fan On
1
4
1
Mode Indicators
Selects the operation mode of the equipment.
HEAT - indicates the heat mode.
COOL - indicates the air conditioning mode.
AUTO - indicates the system will automatically
changeover between heat and cool modes
as the temperature varies.
OFF - indicates the entire system is turned off.
PROGRAM ON - indicates the stored program
is enabled to run. Page 6.
2
Clock with Day of the Week
Indicates the current time and day. This clock is
also used to program the timer periods. Page 5.
3
Room Temperature Display
Indicates the current room temperature.
4
Desired Set Temperature
Indicates desired room temperature(s). Page 7.
Page 3
Display
5
Morning, Day, Evening & Night Indication
Indicates the program time period.
Page 8-11.
6
Setup Indication
Indicates the thermostat is in the programming
mode. Page 12.
7
Fan Operation Indication
Fan On - indicates constant, continuous fan
operation.
When Fan On is not lit - indicates the fan will
only operate when necessary to heat or
to cool. Page 7.
8
Locked Indication
Locked appears after the right combination of
buttons are pressed, rendering the buttons
inoperative. Page 18.
Page 4
Quick Start Set the Clock and Go
Press the Mode button.
While holding the Mode,
press the Fan button
for 2 seconds to enter Setup
screens.
MODE
FAN
I2:00
During Setup & Programming:
Pressing the Mode button
selects different flashing items.
(Represented in dark black)
Pressing the Up and Down
buttons will modify the flashing
selection.
I
Press
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
2
To adjust the
clock or Day use
MODE
buttons.
Press both Mode and
Fan buttons as
above to return to
normal operation.
MODE
FAN
The thermostat is preprogrammed from the
factory to operate 1 or 2 Stage equipment* without
the need for further programming. To optimize the
installation of this thermostat follow the instructions
in the Advanced Setup section.
* The thermostat is not preprogrammed from the
factory to operate electric heat or heat pump systems.
To control these systems, follow the steps in the
Advanced Setup section, pages 12 & 13.
Page 5
Basic Operation
Select Mode
I2:00
The HEAT setting indicates the
temperature the room has to
reach before the furnace will
turn on to heat the room.
70 69
The COOL setting indicates the
temperature the room has to
reach before the air conditioner
will turn on to cool the room.
70
Su
I2:00
Su
MODE
72
MODE
I2:00
72
70 69
Su
AUTO will automatically select
heat or cool based on room
temperature demand.
I2:00
73
MODE
70 70
Su
Program On will activate the
stored timer operation.
(Morning, Day, Evening, Night)
Day
I2:00
70
MODE
Su
OFF indicates both heating
and air conditioning
systems are turned off.
Page 6
OFF
Basic Operation
Select Desired Temperature
I2:00
70
Pm
Mo
72
In any mode, adjust the
desired Set Temperature
with
COOL
AUTO
69
HEAT
buttons.
Pressing the up/down buttons in Auto mode will adjust both the heat and cool
set temperatures simultaneously.
Pressing the up/down buttons in Heat or Cool modes will adjust only the
heat or cool set temperature.
Fan
Operation
I2:00
70
Mo
Fan On
Pm
Press
FAN
72
COOL
Fan On indicates constant fan operation.
This feature is active even if the thermostat
is set to Off.
AUTO
69
HEAT
Page 7
Programming
MODE
4 Time periods
Press the Mode button. While holding the Mode,
press the Up button for 2 seconds to enter
time period programming.
MoTuWeThFr
Select the Day of the Week.
MoTuWeThFr or SaSu.
(Weekday or Weekend schedule)
Press
MODE
7:30
Am
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the start time for
Morning.
Press
Morning
MODE
7:30
Am
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the cooling setpoint
for Morning.
74
COOL
(35 - 99 )
Press
Morning
MODE
7:30
Am
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the heating setpoint
for Morning.
(35 - 99 )
74
COOL
72
HEAT
Morning
Continued
Page 8
Press
MODE
Programming
4 Time Periods
I0:30
Am
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the start time for
Day.
Press
Day
MODE
I0:30
Am
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the cooling setpoint
for Day.
75
COOL
(35 - 99)
Press
Day
MODE
I0:30
Am
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the heating setpoint
for Day.
75
COOL
(35 - 99)
73
HEAT
Day
5:30
Adjust the start time for
Evening.
Press
MODE
Pm
MoTuWeThFr
Press
Evening
5:30
Pm
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the cooling setpoint
for Evening.
75
MODE
COOL
(35 - 99)
Press
Evening
MODE
Continued
Page 9
Programming
4 Time Periods
5:30
75
Pm
MoTuWeThFr
COOL
Adjust the heating setpoint
for Evening.
(35 - 99)
73
HEAT
Evening
I I:30
Press
MODE
Night
Pm
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the start time
for Night.
Press
MODE
I I:30
Night
Pm
MoTuWeThFr
78
COOL
Adjust the cooling setpoint
for Night.
(35 - 99)
Press
I I:30
Night
Pm
MoTuWeThFr
Adjust the heating setpoint
for Night.
(35 - 99)
78
MODE
COOL
70
HEAT
Press
MODE
Continued
Page 10
Programming
4 Time Periods
Su
Sa
Select the Day of the Week.
MoTuWeThFr or SaSu.
(Weekday or Weekend schedule)
Press
MODE
Continue Time Period Programming Morning through
Night as done in previous steps starting on page 8
for the Weekend schedule.
To Exit Programming
MODE
Press the Mode button. While holding the Mode,
press the Up button for 2 seconds to exit
time period programming.
Page 11
Advanced Setup
Press the Mode button.
While holding the Mode,
press the Fan button
for 5 seconds to enter Setup
screens.
MODE
FAN
I2:00
NOTE: Each step # is located at
the top right corner of the
display for easy reference.
Am
Setup
I
Adjust the time of day
clock.
Press
Tip: To change hours quickly, press and
hold the Fan button in and press
the up or down buttons.
MODE
Mo
Setup
2
Select the day of the
week.
Press
MODE
On
Hp
Setup
Select residential Heat Pump,
ON or OFF.
Off
3
OFF
Press
MODE
Continued
Page 12
Advanced Setup
B
Select the reversing
valve polarity for
Heat Pump, O or B.
(Step 4 only appears if
heat pump is on in step 3)
O
Select Electric Heat On
or Off. (Step 5 only
appears if heat pump is
off in step 3)
Setup
4
Setup
5
0
Eh
2
2
81f
Adjust the minimum
difference between
cooling & heating
setpoints.
(0 - 6 )
OFF
Press
Setup
6
Setup
7
88
Adjust the deadband
from 1 - 6 degrees.
Press
MODE
MODE
Press
MODE
COOL
HEAT
Press
MODE
Continued
Page 13
Advanced Setup
Select the cycles per
hour limit.
d=cycles per hour
limit defeated.
d1=d + defeat 5 min.
Compressor lockout.
(d, d1, 2 - 6)
6
Setup
8
Cy
Press
MODE
On
LI
Setup
Select the display backlight always On, or Off
after 8 seconds.
Off
9
ON
Press
MODE
C
F
F
Setup
Select thermostat
operation in degrees
Fahrenheit or Centigrade.
I0
MODE
FAN
Press the Mode button.
While holding the Mode, press the Fan
button for 2 seconds to leave the Setup
screens. If no buttons are pressed, the
display will leave the setup screens after
30 seconds.
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Advanced Setup
Advanced Setup Table
Step #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Time of day clock set
Day of the week
Heat Pump
Reversing Valve polarity
Electric Heat
Deadband or Temperature swing
Forced minimum difference heat/cool
Cycles per hour
Thermoglow backlight
Fahrenheit or Centigrade
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Range
Factory Default
24 hour
Sun - Sat
Off / On
O/B
Off / On
1-6
0-6
d, d1, 2 - 6
Off / On
F/C
12:00 Am
Monday
Off
O
Off
2
2
6
On
F
About Advanced Features & Operation
2 STAGE OPERATION - The 2nd Stage of heat or cool is
turned on when (1) the 1st Stage has been on for a
minimum of two minutes, and (2) the temperature spread
from the setpoint is equal to or greater than: the setpoint
plus the deadband, plus 2 degrees.
Cooling
Heating
2 degrees
2nd Stage
turn on
1st Stage
turn on
Dead
Band
Heat
Setpoint
Dead
Band
Cool
Setpoint
2 degrees
1st Stage
turn on
2nd Stage
turn on
MINIMUM HEAT/COOL SETPOINT DIFFERENCE - The Heat
and Cool setpoints will not be allowed to come any closer
to each other than the value set in Advanced Setup step
# 7, on page 13. This minimum difference is enforced
during Auto changeover and Program On operation.
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About Advanced Features & Operation
EMERGENCY HEAT - Is a feature available to Heat Pump
installations. To turn on Emergency Heat press in the
Fan button. While holding the Fan button press
the Up button for 2 seconds. The Cool setpoint display
will read ‘EH’.
I2:00
73
Su
Press for
Emergency Heat
eh
74
Fan
During Emergency Heat the thermostat will turn
on the fan and the 2nd stage of heat, when there is a
demand for heat, locking out the 1st stage compressor.
Exiting Emergency Heat is the same as entering. During
Emergency Heat only OFF and HEAT are available.
ELECTRIC HEAT - Selecting Electric Heat on, page 13,
step 5, will cause the thermostat to turn on the fan
immediately any time there is a heat demand. Since all
gas furnaces control the fan, this feature should be off
unless the heater is only electric.
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About Advanced Features & Operation
KEYPAD LOCK - To prevent unauthorized use of the thermostat,
the front panel buttons may be disabled. To disable, or
‘lock’ the keypad, press and hold in the Mode button.
While holding the Mode button in, press the Up and Down
buttons in together. The Locked icon will appear on the
display.
Am
I2:00
70
Su
Press all 3 for
Keypad Lockout
MODE
Night
85
COOL
Locked
ProgramOn
HEAT
55
To unlock the buttons, again press and hold the Mode
button. While holding the Mode button in, press the Up
and Down buttons in together. The Locked icon will
disappear from the display.
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About Advanced Features & Operation
DUAL SETPOINT BEHAVIOR - The adjustable setpoint range
is: 35 - 99 degrees in Fahrenheit and 7 - 35 degrees in
Centigrade. When in the modes Heat or Cool, this
adjustable range is unhampered.
When adjusting any Auto mode, including programming
Occupied and Unoccupied periods, the 1050 will not
allow the Heat setpoint to get closer to the Cool setpoint
than the value programmed as the minimum difference in
step 7, page 13.
When entering the Auto mode from Cool, the Heat and
Cool setpoints will remain spread apart by the amount
that they were adjusted, prior to entering Auto.
For example: If the Cool setpoint was set to 80 while
in the Cool mode and the Heat setpoint was adjusted to
70 while in the Heat mode, upon entering the Auto mode
the Heat and Cool setpoints would be 80 and 70. Both
setpoints would then move up and down together, (in this
example spread by 10 degrees), by pressing the up or
down buttons.
To move the Heat and Cool setpoints closer together,
enter the Cool or Heat mode by pressing the Mode button,
then adjust the setpoint(s) closer together. Heat is limited
to how close it can come to Cool by step 7, page 13.
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About Advanced Features & Operation
About Advanced Features & Operation
FACTORY DEFAULTS - If, for any reason it is desirable to
return all stored settings back to the factory default
settings, press the Mode button. While holding the Mode
button in, press the Down button for 2 sec. All icons will
appear. Press and hold in the Fan button until Fd
appears. This resets all factory settings. To calibrate
room temperature, press the Mode button once more.
At this point use the Up and Down buttons to calibrate
room temperature, if needed. Press the Mode button to
return to normal operation. NOTE CAUTION ON PAGE 1.
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Warranty
One-Year Warranty - This Product is warranted to be free from defects in material and
workmanship. If it appears within one year from the date of original installation, whether or not
actual use begins on that date, that the product does not meet this warranty, a new or
remanufactured part, at the manufacturer’s sole option, to replace any defective part will be
provided without charge for the part itself; PROVIDED the defective part is returned to the
distributor through a qualified servicing dealer.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE LABOR OR OTHER COSTS incurred for diagnosing,
repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing or handling of either defective parts or
replacement parts. Such costs may be covered by a separate warranty provided by the installer.
THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS IN THEIR ORIGINAL INSTALLATION
LOCATION AND BECOMES VOID UPON REINSTALLATION.
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES – ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY) ARE
HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION TOT THE PERIOD FOR WHICH THE LIMITED WARRANTY
IS GIVEN. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE EXPRESSED
WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND MANY NOT BE ALTERED,
ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, OR OTHER PERSON
WHATSOEVER.
ALL WORK UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE PERFORMED DURING
NORMAL WORKING HOURS. AL REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHETHER NEW OR
REMANUFACTURED, ASSUME AS THEIR WARRANTY PERIOD ONLY THE REMAINING
TIME PERIOD OF THIS WARRANTY.
THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
1. Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or owners
manual including filter cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication.
2. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of faulty installation, misapplication, abuse,
improper servicing, unauthorized alteration or improper operation.
3. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers or other
damages due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical service.
4. Damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments or
other conditions beyond the control of the Manufacturer.
5. Parts not supplied or designated by the Manufacturer, or damages resulting from their use.
6. Manufacturer products installed outside the continental U.S.A., Alaska, Hawaii, and
Canada.
7. Electricity or fuel costs or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever
including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric heat.
8. ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL
DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER. Some states do not allow the exclusion of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary
form state to state.
P/N 88-334
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Form No. OM17-32
Catalog No. 13TS-TA24