American Standard ACONT900AC43UA User guide

12-5058-03
Touchscreen
Comfort Control
Model ACONT624AS42DA
User Guide
Nexia Home Intelligence
Customer Service:
(877) 288-7707
For HVAC related
issues, contact your
servicing dealer
ÎÎ NOTE: A 24 Volt common and hot wire MUST be
connected to the ACONT624A for operation.
Contents
User Guide
Features ...........................................................................................................................................................................2
Operation..........................................................................................................................................................................3
User Settings....................................................................................................................................................................4
Scheduling........................................................................................................................................................................5
Enrolling into “Z-Wave” Network (NexiaTM Home Intelligence)..........................................................................................8
Un-enroll comfort control from existing “Z-Wave” Network (NexiaTM Home Intelligence)..................................................9
Firmware Upgrades........................................................................................................................................................10
About .............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Clean Screen ................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Limited Warranty.............................................................................................................................................................12
FCC/IC Notice.................................................................................................................................................................14
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User Guide
Features
ACONT624AS42DA Features
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24v, Z-Wave comfort control
Remote access via smart phone, tablet, or P.C. (requires SK101 and a NexiaTM Home Intelligence account).
Interactive 4.3” black & white touchscreen
7 Day programmable, 4 schedules/day
Built in humidity sensor with RH display
Filter, maintenance, humidifier service reminders
Remote temperature sensing option (1 indoor/1 outdoor)
Auxiliary & compressor heat lockouts
Dehumidification (overcooling)
Enhanced dehumidification (cooling)
Adjustable variable speed fan settings (pwm)
Energy Savings Mode (ESM)
Screen lock and guest lock
Upgradable firmware (requires a NexiaTM Home Intelligence account).
Service test modes
Humidifier control
User Guide
Operation
The model ACONT624AS42DAA Comfort Control provides typical operation of a forced air heating and cooling HVAC system. The ACONT624
comfort control also features a Z-Wave™ module for remote control.
:
PM
F
Hold
Menu
Cooling
Cool
Sched
Mode
Auto
Fan
Normally, the Comfort Control displays the Home Screen as shown above.
Item
Description
Notes
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.
See TIME/DATE for more information. If the control
is connected to Nexia Home Intelligence the clock will
be updated by the Nexia portal.
Dynamic Labels and Function Control Buttons
The buttons are defined by the dynamic labels in each
button. As you navigate through menus, the labels for
the buttons will change.
Setpoint Display and Setpoint Up/Down Buttons
The current heat or cool setpoint is displayed. These
The setpoints will push each other if they are adjusted
setpoints may be set using Nexia Home Intelligence,
to within the minimum heat/cool separation setting.
the Control’s internal schedule, or by pressing the Set- This is normally 3 degrees.
point Up/Down buttons. Pressing the setpoint button
changes the setpoint screen. The current mode is displayed at the top of the screen. Adjust the setpoint by
pressing the up or down arrows. To change setpoint
mode press the MODE button.
Temperature Display
The Comfort Control displays the current temperature
as sensed by the internal temperature sensor.
The internal temperature sensor can be adjusted as
necessary.
Menu Button
Button used to access other Comfort Control menus
Other Comfort Control menus can be accessed by
pressing the MENU button.
System Mode Button
Button used to change the system mode
Off: System off
Heating: Heating only
Cooling: Cooling only
Auto: Heating/Cooling as necessary
EM Heat: Indoor Heat only
Fan Mode Button
Button used to change the fan mode:
Auto: Fan on when cooling/heating is necessary
On: Fan constantly on
Circ: Fan on for a user-selected number of minutes
per hour.
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
Energy Saving Mode (ESM): Temperature setpoints in
ESM Setpoints are maintained.
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User Settings
User Settings allow the user to customize various settings on the 624 control. To access User Settings simply press
the Menu button once and “User Settings” will be displayed. To enter the User Settings menu, press the Select button,
then use the Next button to navigate through the options below. The default setting will be shown in brackets. After
each selection press the Done button to save changes.
Thermostat
Setting
Range
Description
Temperature Scale
[Fahrenheit], Celsius
Select the temperature display scale
Cooling RH Setpoint
30% - 60% [50%]
Select the desired indoor relative humidity during cooling mode. Dehumidification must be enabled in the Installer Settings for this option to be
available.
Heating RH Setpoint
10% - 45% [40%]
Select the desired indoor relative humidity during heating mode.
Humidification must be enabled in the Installer Settings for this option to
be available.
Smart Continuous Fan
Yes, [No]
If yes is selected, continuous fan mode is disabled when indoor humidity
exceeds the Cooling RH Setpoint
Continuous Fan Airflow
35% - 100% [50%]
Select the desired fan speed when the Fan Mode selected is Continuous
(variable speed blower required)
Fan Circulate On Time
1 - 59 minutes, [Off]
Select the desired amount of time the fan will cycle per hour when the Fan
Mode selected is Circ
Local Schedule Enable
[Yes], No
Select whether scheduling will be enabled or disabled
Max Heat Setpoint
55 - [90] Degrees
Select the highest heating setpoint allowed
Min Cooling Setpoint
[60] - 99 Degrees
Select the lowest cooling setpoint allowed
H/C Delta
[3] - 15 Degrees
Select the minimum deadband between Heating and Cooling setpoints
Once all selections have been made, press the Done button to exit and return to Menu. Press Next to navigate to the next setting.
Energy Savings Mode
Setting
Range
Description
ESM Heat Setpoint
55 - 90 degrees [62]
Select the desired Heating Setpoint when ESM (Energy Savings Mode) is
selected
ESM Cooling Setpoint
60 - 99 Degrees [85]
Select the desired Cooling Setpoint when ESM (Energy Savings Mode) is
selected
Once all selections have been made, press the Done button to exit and return to Menu. Press Next to navigate to the next setting.
Display
Setting
Range
Description
Screen Timeout
[0] - 90 Seconds
Select how long after the last button press before the screen timeouts to a
minimized screen
Backlight Timeout
0 - 90 Seconds [20]
Select how long after the last button press before the backlight dims
Backlight On Percent
0 - [100] Percent
Select the screen brightness when the backlight is lit
Backlight Off Percent
[0] - 100 Percent
Select the screen brightness when the backlight timeout expires
Buzzer Enable
[Yes], No
Select whether button presses are audible
Security
[Unlocked], Display Lock, Guest
Access
Select security level
• Unlocked - Enables selection of all menus and settings
• Display Lock - Disables selection of all menus and settings
• Guest Access - Disables selection of all menus and settings except the
following: Raise or lower heating or cooling setpoint +/- 5 degrees and
change system mode
Note: When Display Lock or Guest Lock is selected a lock icon will appear
next to the up arrow.
Note: To disable Display Lock or Guest Access, press and hold the up
and down arrows until the lock icon disappears.
Once all selections have been made, press the Done button to exit and return to Menu. Press Next to navigate to the next setting.
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User Settings Continued
User Settings allow the user to customize various settings on the 624 control. To access User Settings simply press
the Menu button once and “User Settings” will be displayed. To enter the User Settings menu, press the Select button,
then use the Next button to navigate through the options below. The default setting will be shown in brackets. After
each selection press the Done button to save changes.
Time/Date
Setting
Range
Description
Hour
1 - 12 am, 1 - 12 pm
Select the current hour of day
Minutes
0 - 59
Select current minute of day
Day of Week
Sun - Sat
Select current day of week
Year
2013 - 2113
Select current year
Month
Jan - Dec
Select current month of year
Date
1 - 31
Select current day of month
Once all selections have been made, press the Done button to exit and return to Menu. Press Next to navigate to the next setting.
Reminders
Setting
Range
Description
Filtration Enable
Yes, [No]
Selecting yes, enables the Filter Reminder feature
Filter Period
[Monthly], Quarterly, Semi-Annually, Annually
Select how often the reminder will be displayed
Filter Start Month
[Jan] - Dec
Select the Filter Reminder start month
System Maint Enable
Yes, [No]
Selecting yes, enables the System Maintenance Reminder feature
First Maint Month
Jan - Dec
Select the first System Maintenance month
Second Maint Month
Jan - Dec
Select the second System Maintenance month
Once all selections have been made, press the Done button to exit and return to Menu. Press Next to navigate to the next setting.
Scheduling
Schedule Setup Procedure
The 624 comfort control is preset at the factory with a 7 Day energy savings schedule. Each day of the week is pre-programmed with the
following schedule:
Scheduling
Time
Schedule Name
Heat Temperature Setting
Cool Temperature Setting
6:00 AM
Wake
70 F
78 F
8:00 AM
Day
62 F
85 F
6:00 PM
Evening
70 F
78 F
10:00 PM
Night
62 F
78 F
The schedule may be changed locally at the control with the Edit Schedule menu. If the 624 comfort control is connected to Nexia Home
Intelligence the schedule may be changed remotely from the Nexia website using the website’s Edit Schedule menu.
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Scheduling
Edit Schedule (Local)
Press the following button sequence to edit or create an entirely new daily schedule.
Edit Schedule
Button Press
Menu Displayed
What Needs to Be Done?
Press Menu from Home
screen
USER SETTINGS
Press Next
SCHEDULE
Press Select
EDIT SCHEDULE
Press Select
SELECT DAY
Continue to press “Next” until the day of week to edit is displayed.
Press Select
SET TIME
Set the start time for each of four periods for the day displayed. Use the Up/Down
buttons to set the start time for the period displayed. Wake is the default period.
Pressing the “Next” button three times cycles through the period displayed (Wake,
Day, Evening and Night).
Press Next
HEAT SETPOINT
Use the Up/Down arrows to set the Heat set point for the period displayed
Press Next
COOL SETPOINT
Use the Up/Down arrows to set the Heat set point for the period displayed
Press Next
Continue pressing Next and using up/down arrows until all Heat & Cool set points
are set for the day displayed. After editing a start time or editing the set point
temperature for one or more periods press “Done” to save edits. If “Done” is not
pressed edits will not be saved.
After Pressing Done
Copy Schedule is displayed at the top of the
screen.
Yes
and No buttons are displayed on the right side of
the screen.
Press yes to copy or no to return to Edit Schedule menu.
Press Yes to Copy
COPY “_ _ _” To
is
displayed at the top of the
screen.
Yes and
No buttons are displayed
on the right side of the
screen.
Pressing Yes will copy the day displayed to the next day in the week. If Yes is
pressed five more times the scheduled will be copied to the remaining 5 days in
the week. To skip over a day and avoid copying the schedule to that day press No.
Press Done
EDIT SCHEDULE
menu is displayed
To return to the Home Screen press “Done” one more time.
Press Done
Home Screen is displayed
The schedule may be changed locally at the control with the Edit Schedule menu. If the 624 comfort control is connected to Nexia Home
Intelligence the schedule may be changed remotely from the Nexia website using the websites Edit Schedule menu.
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Scheduling
Copying Schedules
Press the following button sequence to access “Copying Schedules” from the Home Screen.
Copying Schedules
Button Press
Menu Displayed
What Needs to Be Done?
Menu
Next
USER SETTINGS screen
Select
EDIT SCHEDULE screen
Next
COPY SCHEDULE screen
Select
COPY FROM screen (Mon)
Next
Defaults to Monday
Advances to next day
Back
Goes back to previous day
Select
Copy To screen
Select the day to copy to by pressing on Yes or No buttons until the copy to day
is selected.
Press Done
COPY SCHEDULE
Continue copying one days schedule at a time to another or Press Done until
the Home Screen Appears
Press Done
SCHEDULE
Press Done
HOME SCREEN is displayed
Press Done
Home Screen is displayed
The schedule may be changed locally at the control with the Edit Schedule menu. If the 624 comfort control is connected to Nexia Home
Intelligence the schedule may be changed remotely from the Nexia website using the websites Edit Schedule menu.
Edit Schedule (Remotely) - from Nexia Home Intelligence
Go to MyNexia.com, log into your account and select a ACONT624 comfort control from the Climate Page. Click on Edit Schedule and follow
the online instructions. If you have not set up a Nexia Home Intelligence account go to MyNexia.com and click on “Get Started” to set up an
account. A router and Nexia Bridge kit (SK101 - includes one Nexia Bridge and one Z-wave module) is required for remote access to the 624
control. For questions about connecting to Nexia Home Intelligence contact Nexia Home Intelligence Customer Service at 877-288-7707
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User Guide
Enroll Comfort Control into existing Z-Wave Network (NexiaTM Home Intelligence)
1
Prepare the bridge for enrollment. (Bridge kit SK101 purchased
separately)
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 instructions shipped with the bridge kit.
a. Unplug Ethernet and power cables from bridge.
b. Install a quality 9 volt battery.
c. Verify that blue light is blinking. If blue light is solid, battery is dead.
d. Take bridge to the location where the Comfort Control is mounted.
Blue
light
Battery
2
Enroll the Comfort Control into the bridge. (Inclusion)
If you are using a controller that is not a NexiaTM bridge, consult the instructions
that shipped with the controller to find out how to enroll a new device.
a. Hold the bridge within 6 feet (1.8 meters) of the Comfort Control throughout
steps “b” through “f”.
ÎÎ After you begin the enrollment process, you have 30 seconds to complete
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
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the remainder of the steps. Study the steps below before beginning.
Press and release the plus (+) button on the bridge.
Press the MENU button on the Comfort Control.
Press the NEXT button to advance to the Z-WAVE menu.
Press SELECT
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.
Verify enrollment of the Comfort Control.
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tew
a
G
a. Press Menu Button on the main Comfort Control screen.
b. Press the Next Button to advance to the About screen and press the Select Button.
c. Press the Next Button to advance through the menu options to Node ID
• If the number listed there is anything other than “00”, the Comfort Control has been successfully enrolled.
• If the number listed there is “00”, the Comfort Control has NOT been successfully enrolled. In this case, repeat step 18 and verify
again.
d. Press Done button 2 times when finished.
Item
8
“+” Button
Description
VERSION 010000
Firmware version (number may vary)
ZWAVE VER 034006
Z-Wave version (number may vary)
NODE-ID 01
Z-Wave node ID (number may vary)
HOME-ID 00000000
Z-Wave Home ID (number may vary)
OUT-TYPE AC
Outdoor type may be AC, HP or NONE
C/O WITH COOL
Energize Reversing Valve with COOL or with HEAT (HP only)
IN-TYPE GAS/OIL
Indoor type may be GAS/OIL, ELECTRIC or HYDRONIC
User Guide
Enroll Comfort Control into existing Z-Wave Network (NexiaTM Home Intelligence) Continued
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Establish Online Connection to the Comfort Control.
Nexia Home Intelligence account must be active before continuing. See nexiahome.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.mynexia.com
Click the Climate tab and follow the on screen instructions.
Note: If the new thermostat icon remains gray or cannot be controlled remotely, you might need to add Z-wave repeaters to
improve communications. Contact your local Nexia expert or call 877-288-7707 for assistance.
Un-enroll Comfort Control from existing Z-Wave Network (NexiaTM Home Intelligence)
1
If you need to remove the 624 from a Nexia Home Intelligence account, follow the Exclusion steps. This will delete
the ability to control the thermostat remotely. If you are unsure, please contact Nexia support at
877-288-7707.
Install a new, high-quality 9-volt battery into the bridge.
a. Hold the bridge within 6 feet (1.8 meters) of the Comfort Control 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.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Press and release the minus (-) button on the bridge.
Press the MENU button on the Comfort Control.
Press NEXT button to scroll to Z-WAVE screen then press SELECT.
Press the Yes button to exclude the Comfort Control.
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™ Comfort Control. If you are using a controller that is not a Nexia bridge, consult the instructions that came with the
controller to find out how to enroll a new device.
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Firmware Upgrades
1
Firmware Upgrades allow the user to update the 624 control. Upgrades may take up to 45 minutes. The system
operation will be maintained during the upgrade process. To access the Firmware Upgrades navigate to
mynexia.com and look for the Edit Home screen button. The Edit Home screen button is located about mid way
own the Nexia Home Page.
a. On the Edit Home, Firrmware Updates page, the 624 will appear. If a firmware update is available an”Update Firmware” button will
appear.
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b.
When the user selects the “Update Firmware” button an “Update Firmware” dialog will appear. The dialog will first
connect to the device and then it will display the firmware update progress.
c.
After the firmware has been downloaded it is then applied to the ACONT624.
d.
The portal retrieves version information from the ACONT624.
e.
Finally the user is shown that the firmware was updated successfully
About
About
Setting
Range
Version
Current firmware version loaded on the control
ZWAVE Ver
Current version of the ZWAVE firmware
Node - ID
ZWAVE identification for this device
Home - ID
ZWAVE identification for the connected ZWAVE network
Out - Type
Identifies the type of outdoor unit installed
C/O - Type
Indicates whether the switchover valve (SOV) is energized in cooling or heating mode
In - Type
Identifies the type of indoor unit installed
Once all selections have been made, press the Done button to exit and return to Menu. Press Next to navigate to the next setting.
Clean Screen
Clean Screen
Setting
Clean Screen
Range
Yes, No
Description
Selecting yes allows the user to clean the screen without activating any
of the onscreen touch points. Use only water and a soft cloth, no harmful
chemicals.
Once all selections have been made, press the Done button to exit and return to Menu. Press Next to navigate to the next setting.
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Warranty
Base Limited Warranty
Subject to the terms and conditions of this limited warranty, Trane U.S., Inc. (“Company’) extends a limited warranty against manufacturing defects for the product(s)
identified in Tables 1, 1A, 1B attached hereto (“Products’) that are installed in a residential/multi-family application (personal, family or household purposes) under normal
use and maintenance in the United States and Canada.
This limited warranty applies to Products manufactured on or after August 1, 2011.
In order to maximize the available benefits under this limited warranty, the Purchaser (as defined below) should read it in its entirety. All repairs of Product parts
covered under this limited warranty must be made with authorized service parts and by a licensed HVAC service provider. Additionally, commercial applications are treated
differently under this limited warranty as stated in Tables 1, 1A, 1B attached hereto. For purposes of this limited warranty, “commercial applications” shall mean any application other than for personal, family, or household use.
TERM: The limited warranty period for Products is as stated in Tables 1, 1A, 1B attached hereto. If the Purchaser properly registers the Products, the limited warranty
period shall be extended as stated in Tables 1, 1A, 1B attached hereto. Regardless of registration, the Commencement Date for a limited warranty period shall be the date
that the original installation is complete and all Product start-up procedures have been properly completed and verified by an installer’s invoice. If the installation and startup date cannot be verified by the installer’s invoice, the Commencement Date shall be sixty (60) days after the factory manufacture date which is verified by the Product
serial number. Where a Product is installed in a newly constructed home, the Commencement Date is the date the Purchaser purchased the residence from the builder.
Proof of Product purchase, installation, and/or closing date of the residence may be required to confirm the Commencement Date.
The installation of Product replacement parts under this limited warranty shall not extend the original warranty period. The warranty period for any Product part replaced under this limited warranty is the applicable warranty period remaining under the original Product warranty.
WHO IS COVERED: This limited warranty is provided only to the original owner and his or her spouse (“Purchaser’) of the residence where the Products are originally
installed. This warranty is not transferable except according to terms stated on the applicable website identified below under Registration Requirements. Company has the
right to request any and all proof of Product purchase or installation and/or closing date of the residence.
WHAT COMPANY WILL DO: Company may request proof of Product purchase and/or installation in order to provide Product parts under this limited warranty. As
Company’s only responsibility and Purchaser’s only remedy under this limited warranty, Company will furnish a replacement part to the licensed HVAC service provider,
without charge for the part only, to replace any Product part that fails due to a manufacturing defect under normal use and maintenance. The Purchaser must pay for any
and all shipping and handling charges and other costs of warranty service for the replacement part. If a Product part is not available, Company will, at its option, provide a
free suitable substitute part or provide a credit in the amount of the then factory selling price for a new suitable substitute part to be used by the Purchaser towards the retail
purchase price of a new Company product. Any new Product purchase shall be at Purchaser’s sole cost and expense including, but not limited to, all shipping, removal,
and installation costs and expenses.
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS: All Products must be properly registered online by the Purchaser within sixty (60) days after the Commencement Date to receive the registered limited warranty terms. To register online, go to:
http://www.trane.com/Residential/For-Owners/Warranties or
http://www.americanstandardair.com/servicesupport/pages/warranty.aspx
and click “Begin Online Registration.” If a Purchaser does not register within this stated time period, the base limited warranty terms shall apply.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: The following items are required in order for the Products to be covered under this limited warranty:
•The Products must be in the same location where they were originally installed.
•The Products must be properly installed, operated, and maintained by a licensed HVAC service provider in accordance with the Product specifications or installation,
operation, and maintenance instructions provided by Company with each Product. Failure to conform to such specifications and/or instructions shall void this limited
warranty. Company may request written documentation showing the proper preventative maintenance.
•All Product parts replaced by Company under this limited warranty must be given to the servicing provider for return to Company.
•Air handlers, air conditioners, heat pumps, cased or uncased coils and stand-alone furnaces must be part of an Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute
rated and matched system or a specification in a Company provided bulletin or otherwise approved in writing by a Company authorized representative.
EXCLUSIONS: The following are not covered by this limited warranty:
•Labor costs including, but not limited to, costs for diagnostic calls or the removal and reinstallation of Products and/or Product parts.
•Shipping and freight expenses required to ship Product replacement parts.
•Failures, defects, or damage (including, but not limited to, any loss of data or property) caused by (1) any third party product, service, or system connected or used
in conjunction with the Products; (2) any use that is not designed or intended for the Products; (3) modification, alteration, abuse, misuse, negligence, or accident;
(4) improper storage, installation, maintenance, or operation including, but not limited to, operation of electrical equipment at voltages other than the range specified
on the Product nameplate; (5) any use in violation of written instructions or specifications provided by Company; (6) any acts of God including, but not limited to, fire,
water, storms, lightning, or earthquakes; or any theft or riots; or (7) a corrosive atmosphere or contact with corrosive materials such as, but not limited to, chlorine,
fluorine, salt (provided that indoor and outdoor coils will only be covered if a Sea Coast Kit is installed), sulfur, recycled waste water, urine, fertilizers, rust, or other
damaging substances or chemicals.
•Products purchased direct including, but not limited to, Internet or auction purchases and purchases made on an uninstalled basis.
•Cabinets or cabinet pieces that do not affect product performance, air filters, refrigerant, refrigerant line sets, belts, wiring, fuses, surge protection devices, non-factory
installed driers, and Product accessories (unless otherwise specified).
•Increased utility usage costs.
REFRIGERANT POLICY: (1) Manufacturer-Installed Refrigerant: Beginning on January 1, 2010, R-22 refrigerant will no longer be used as a manufacturerinstalled refrigerant as required by federal regulation. All Products with manufacturer-installed refrigerant will include R-410A refrigerant. Any and all expenses
or costs associated with replacing Product parts that are not R-410A compatible will not be covered by the terms and conditions of this limited warranty. (2)
Non-Manufacturer installed Refrigerant: For Products manufactured and sold by the Company without refrigerant, only manufacturer approved and genuine
alternate refrigerants shall be used. The use of contaminated, counterfeit, non-genuine, or non-manufacturer approved alternate refrigerant will void this limited
warranty. (3) All Products: Products include a liquid line filter drier which must be replaced when a compressor replacement is necessary. A suction line filter
drier must be added for compressors defined as burnouts and failure to do so will void this warranty. Non-approved refrigerant and/or non-approved refrigerant
system additives including, but not limited to dyes will void this limited warranty.
GW-658-2913
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ADDITIONAL TERMS:
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIABILITY SET FORTH HEREIN ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND LIABILITIES, WHETHER IN CONTRACT
OR IN NEGLIGENCE, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN LAW OR IN FACT. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE APPLICABLE PRODUCT WARRANTY. COMPANY DOES NOT AUTHORIZE ANY PERSON TO CREATE FOR
IT ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE PRODUCTS.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY TO THE CONTRARY, COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL AND/OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
STRICT LIABILITY OR NEGLIGENCE), PATENT INFRINGEMENT, OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. COMPANY’S
MAXIMUM LIABILITY HEREUNDER IS LIMITED TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCTS.
No action arising out of any claimed breach of this limited warranty may be brought by a Purchaser more than one (1) year after the cause of action has arisen.
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights as otherwise permitted by law. If this Product is considered a consumer product, please be advised that some local laws do not allow limitations on incidental or consequential damages, how long a warranty lasts based on registration, or how long
an implied warranty lasts, so that the above limitations may not fully apply. Refer to your local laws for your specific rights under this limited warranty.
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Table 1A: Warranty Time Periods for Controls, Zoning Products, Humidifiers, Energy Recovery Ventilators, Air Cleaners and Oil Furnaces (Variable and NonVariable Speed)
COVERAGE TERMS FOR RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS: Pursuant to the Trane U.S., Inc. (“Company”) limited warranty terms and conditions, the following Products are
covered for the base time periods as stated below (“Base Limited Warranty period”). If registered, the Base Limited Warranty Periods for certain products will be extended
as stated below (“Registered Limited Warranty Period”).
CONTROLS: *CONT200,*CONT401,*CONT402, *CONT600, *CONT602, *CONT624
Base Limited Warranty Period: one (1) year
Registered Limited Warranty Period: five (5) years
CONTROLS: *ZEMT500, *CONT800,*CONT802,*CONT803, *CONT824, *CONT900, *ZONE940, *ZONE950
Base Limited Warranty Period: five (5) years
Registered Limited Warranty Period: ten (10) years
ZONING PRODUCTS: *ZONE950, *ZONE940, *ZONE930, ZZONEPNLAC52Z, ZZONEEXPAC52Z, ZZSENSAL0400, BAYSEN01ATEMPA, BAY24VRP, ZDAMPRD,
ZDAMPSM, ZDAMPBM, ZDAMPRR
Base Limited Warranty Period: five (5) years
Registered Limited Warranty Period: ten (10) years
HUMIDIFIERS: *HUMD200, *HUMD300 & *HUMD500
Base Limited Warranty Period: five (5) years
Registered Limited Warranty Period: ten (10) years
ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATOR (ERV): *ERVR100, *ERVR200 & *ERVR300
Base Limited Warranty Period: five (5) years
Registered Limited Warranty Period: ten (10) years
AIR CLEANERS: TFD & AFD
Base Limited Warranty Period: five (5) years
Registered Limited Warranty Period: ten (10) years
VARIABLE SPEED OIL FURNACE: *HV-V, *LF-V, *LR-V,*DF-V
Base Limited Warranty Period: Parts- five (5) years, Heat Exchanger - twenty (20) years
Registered Limited Warranty Period: Parts - ten (10) years, Heat Exchanger - Lifetime
GW-658-2913
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FCC Notice
FCC ID WIBTZW012
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.
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
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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-XR624
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.
©2013 American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning
American Standard
Heating & Air Conditioning
6200 Troup Highway
Tyler, TX 75707
www.americanstandardair.com
Literature Order Number
File number
Supersedes
Date
12-5058-03
12-5058-03
12-5058-02
10/13
American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning has a policy of continuous product
and product data improvement and it reserves the right to change design and
specifications without notice.