PowersTM Controls Accessories for Installing TH 192, TH 194 or

Technical Bulletin
Document No. 155-244P25
TB 237
Rev. 2, December, 2001
PowersTM Controls
Accessories for Installing
TH 192, TH 194 or Free Energy Band™
TH 193 HC Room Thermostats
Purpose
This technical bulletin covers installation instructions for all terminal kits and mounting of
all TH 192, TH 193 and TH 194 room thermostats.
Description
The TH 192, TH 193 and TH 194 thermostats are rectangular, 3-11/32 inch ×
2-3/16 inch (8.5 cm × 5.6 cm) and may be mounted either horizontally or vertically. The
desired position does not have to be determined at the rough-in stage. The position is
determined by placement of the thermostat on the terminal, not the position of the
terminal itself. Therefore, any change from horizontal to vertical or vice versa is possible
after the wall surface is finished.
Product Numbers
The following terminal kits cover all types of wall material found in modern construction:
Kit No.
Description
Used For
Figure
192-478
Wall Box Kit *
8 ft. (2.4 m) Copper Tubing 2-Pipe
Plaster Wall, Block
Wall, Concrete Form
1, 2, 3,
5, 8, 14
192-498
Wall Box Kit *
8 ft. (2.4 m) Copper 3-Pipe
Plaster Wall, Block
Wall, Concrete Form
1, 2, 3,
5, 8, 14
192-480
Wall Box Kit*
8 ft. (2.4 m) Polyethylene 2-Pipe
Plaster Wall, Block
Wall
1, 2, 5,
8, 14
192-499
Wall Box Kit*
8 ft. (2.4 m) Polyethylene 3-Pipe
Plaster Wall, Block
Wall
1, 2, 5,
8, 14
192-481
Tubing Terminal Kit
1/4-in. (4 mm) (Package of 10 Units)
Hollow Walls
4, 15,
12, 6
192-505
Tubing Terminal Kit
5/32-in. (4 mm) (Package of 10 Units)
Hollow Walls
4, 15,
12, 6
192-479
Copper Tubing Kit
8 ft. (2.4 m)
Finished Wall
7, 12,
Sheathing Material or 19
Exposed Installation
Illustration
*These kits include all necessary parts to rough in.
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Product Numbers,
Continued
Kit No.
Description
Used For
Figure
192-600
1/4-in. (4 mm) Polyethylene Tubing Kit
8 ft. (2.4 m) Twin (2-Pipe)
Finished Wall
Sheathing Material
12, 20
192-601
5/32-in. (4 mm) Polyethylene Tubing Kit
8 ft. (2.4 m) Triple (3-Pipe)
Finished Wall
Sheathing Material
12, 20
192-750
5/32-in. (4 mm) Polyethylene Tubing Kit
40 ft. (12.2 m) Twin (2--Pipe)
Finished Wall
Sheathing Material
12, 20
192-753
5/32-in. (4 mm) Polyethylene Tubing Kit
40 ft. (12.2 m) Triple (3-Pipe)
Finished Wall
Sheathing Material
12, 20
192-755
1/4-in. (4 mm) Polyethylene Tubing Kit
40 ft. (12.2 m) Twin (2-Pipe)
Finished Wall
Sheathing Material
12, 20
192-482
Bracket Mounting Kit *
with 8 ft. (2.4 m) Copper Tubing
Drywall (rough-in
before wall is up)
10, 11
182-683
Bracket Mounting Kit *
No Tubing (Package of 5 Units)
Drywall (rough-in
before wall is up)
10, 11
182-685
Spring Clip Mounting Kit *
(Package of 10 Sets)
Finished Drywall or
Wall Sheathing
Material
12, 6
192-644
Wall Plate Kit
Furnished with each
Thermostat Chassis
16
192-506
Electrical Box
Adapter Plate Kit
(Package of 5 Units)
Electrical Box
Installation
13
192-507
Electrical Box
Adapter Base Kit, Desert Beige
(Package of 5 Units)
Electrical Box
Installation
13
192-507H Electrical Box
Adapter Base Kit, White
(Package of 5 Units)
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Illustration
192-506
192-507
192-507H
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Product Numbers,
Continued
Kit No.
192-307
Description
Electrical Box, Desert Beige
Adapter Base
Used For
Electrical Box
Installation
Figure
Illustration
7, 21
192-307W Electrical Box, White
Adapter Base
192-308
Adapter Frame, Desert Beige
192-308H Adapter Frame, White
Covering up oversized holes, paint
lines, broken walls,
spots, etc.
21
192-307
192-307W
192-308
192-308H
Caution Notations
CAUTION
Installation In New
Construction
Equipment damage, or loss of data may occur
if the user does not follow a procedure as
specified.
Concrete Walls, See Figure 1.
Plaster Walls, See Figure 2.
Block Walls, See Figure 3.
Hollow Walls (Wall Board, Metal Partitions, etc.), See Figure 4.
Concrete Walls
Use the wall box from Kit No. 192-478 or 192-498 only. Remove the mounting plate.
After the concrete has set, remove the concrete form and break off the toggle bolt near
the back of the wall box.
Figure 1. In Concrete Forms Use Wall Box Kit No. 192-478 or 192-498 Only.
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Installation In New
Construction, Continued
Figure 2. In Plaster Walls Use Wall Box Kits No. 192-478, 192-498, 192-480, or 192-499.
Figure 3. In Block Walls Use Wall Box Kit No. 192478, 192-498, 192-480, or 192-499 After Removing the
Mounting Plate.
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Figure 4. For Hollow Walls Use Tubing Terminal Kit
No. 192-481.
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Installation of
The thermostat can be vertically mounted to the wall box kits or to the wall using various
TH 192. TH 193, and tubing terminal kits. A typical installation procedure consists of the following steps:
TH 194 Thermostats
General
1. After the wall is finished, remove the locator using a screwdriver to remove the two
screws and lightly rock the locator while pulling to free it from the plaster.
2. Pull out the terminal tubing. The terminal tubing has a supply (blue) and a return
plug-in adapter connected with an air link. This provides a pressure-tight connection
between supply and return for testing air lines for leakage.
3. Remove the air link and install plug-in adapters on the wall plate.
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Installation of
TH 192, TH 193, and
TH 194 Thermostats
General, Continued
4. Install the wall plate on the wall box using the screws furnished with the instrument.
Note that the wall plate has key slotted holes to allow insertion of the screws prior to
installation of the wall plate and also to allow leveling of the wall plate.
5. Carefully plug the thermostat into the wall plate.
NOTE:
To facilitate plugging the thermostat into the O-rings in the adapter, wet or
moisten the thermostat supply and return ports. This wetting or moistening
will lubricate and allow the thermostat to slip through the O-rings more easily.
6. Install the cover.
The installation is now complete.
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Disassembly
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When removing the thermostat from the wall plate, hold the thermostat firmly at the top
and bottom and start to pull the thermostat from the wall plate. At the same time, us a
screwdriver to pry the wall plate latch arm away from the thermostat chassis to release
it. Do the same for the other side of the thermostat and pull the thermostat away from
the wall plate.
CAUTION:
Frequent removal and installation of the thermostat may bend the latch
arms beyond their operating positions. If this happens, bend the latch arms
back to their operating position before mounting the thermostat.
Installation in
Existing
Construction
Concealed Piping
Solid or Semisolid Walls—If the wall in which the thermostat is to be located is solid, or
the terminal leads cannot be "snaked" through the wall, a portion of the wall must be
removed to accept the terminal and tubing. Generally, the wall box Kit No. 192-478 or
192-480 is more suitable for this type of installation.
Hollow Walls -- Many types of wall construction are sufficiently hollow so that the
thermostat terminal can be installed without damaging the finished surface, Generally,
the tubing Kit No. 192-481 is best suited for this installation. Other tubing kits suitable for
finished wall installation may also be used.
Figure 5. Mounting Wall Plate and Thermostat with Wall Box Kit No. 192-478,
192-480, 192-498 or 192-499.
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Free Energy Band TH 193 HC Room Thermostats
Installation in Existing
Construction
Concealed Piping,
Continued
Figure 6. Mounting Wall Plate and Thermostat with Kit
Nos. 192-481 and 192-685.
Exposed Piping
•
For exposed piping installations, use Kit No. 192-479 and adapter Kit No. 192-483.
See Figure 7. A typical installation procedure to mount the thermostat to the surface
of the wall consists of the following steps:
1. Install the tubing.
2. Attach the multi-slotted metal plate using the screws and slots indicated.
3. Notch the adapter base as required to fit over the exposed tubing.
4. Obtain the thermostat wall plate and screws from the thermostat box.
5. Loosely screw the adapter base to the multi-slotted plate.
6. Draw the plastic tubing through the multi-slotted plate and the adapter base.
7. Remove the straight adapters from the plastic tubing and install 90° plug-in adapters
provided in the 192-483 kit. Use the blue adapter for the air supply line.
8. Install the plug-in adapters on the wall plate.
9. Using the key slotted holes, install the wall plate on the adapter base and fasten the
screws to secure the wall plate and the adapter base.
10. Carefully plug the thermostat into the wall plate.
NOTE: To facilitate plugging the thermostat into the O-rings in the adapter, wet or
moisten the thermostat supply and return parts. This wetting or moistening
will lubricate and allow the thermostat to slip through the O-rings more
easily.
11. Install the cover.
The installation is now complete.
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Installation in
Existing
Construction
Exposed Piping,
Continued
Figure 7. Exposed Piping Installation Using Kits No. 192-479 and 192-483.
TH 192 DNV (or Three-pipe) Thermostats (See Figure 8)
The installation of a DNV Thermostat is identical to other thermostats except that a third
line, "R2," is required.
TH 192 One-pipe Thermostat
The one-pipe thermostat uses one pneumatic connection. The connection is made to
"R1" and the “S” connection is not utilized.
Otherwise, the installation of the thermostat terminals as well as the installation of the
thermostat itself, is identical to installations requiring two pneumatic connections.
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Installation in
Existing
Construction
Exposed Piping,
Continued
Figure 8. Installing "DNV" Thermostat Using No. 192-498 or 192-499 Wall Box
Terminal.
Dual Box Installation
Occasionally, two devices, thermostats, hygrostats, or transmitters will be located
together. Figure 9 shows how two wall boxes can be mounted on one plaster plate for
vertically-installed thermostats
Figure 9. Terminal for Two Vertical Thermostats.
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Drywall Installation
The roughing-in procedure depends on whether or not drywall is up at installation time.
Rough-in before drywall
is up
If roughing-in can be done before drywall is up, see Figure 10.
Figure 10. Mounting Wall Plate and Instrument with Bracket Mounting Kit.
The drywall kit for installations where roughing-in can be done before drywall is up
consists of:
A. No. 6-32 × one-inch long flat-head steel screw (2)
B. No. 10 × 3/4-inch long type "A" hex head screw
C. Connecting tube -- 9-1/2-inches long
D. Drywall mounting bracket
E. Locator
F. Tube retainer (2)
G. Coil
H. Copper tubing -- 8 feet (2.4 m)
J.
Wire Tie ("Twist-ems")
K. Air Link
L. Plug-in adapter
This kit is designed to be used on metal studs (metal 2 × 4s), but can also be used on
conventional wooden 2 × 4s. The quick mounting bracket (D) provided with this kit
permits it to be fastened securely to the stud with a single self-tapping sheet metal
screw. As shown in Figure 11, the bracket can be mounted on either side of the stud.
Ideally, the self-tapping screw should always be driven through the appropriate flange on
the bracket so that the screw point bears against or pierces the solid (as opposed to
open) side of the stud. However, if the situation requires it, the screw can be driven
through the opposite flange and into the lip on the open side of the stud.
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Drywall Installation,
Continued
Rough-in before drywall
is up
Figure 11. Drywall Mounting Bracket Positions.
A typical installation procedure consists of the following steps:
1.
Attach the drywall mounting bracket (D) to the stud per the position selected at the
desired location. The "V" notch on the bracket indicates the centerline of the
instrument to be mounted.
2.
Make all air line connections to the bracket. For installations with 1/4-inch O.D.
polyethylene tubing, it is necessary to use tubing terminal kit No. 192-481 to adapt to
the connections at the wall plate. In this case, after the tubing terminal kit is attached
to the 1/4-inch tubing, it must be tied to the Locator (E) using wire tie (J) provided.
Leave at least four to six inches of slack in the terminal tubing since it must be
pulled into the room at a later stage to attach it to the wall plate. Notify the drywall
installer to make a square hole (1-5/8 inch × 1-5/8 inch) in the drywall so the Locator
(E) can project through the wall into the room.
4. After the drywall is finished, remove the locator (E) using a screwdriver to remove
the two screws (A) and lightly rock the locator while pulling to free it from the drywall.
5. Removal of the Locator will pull out the terminal tubing. The terminal tubing has a
supply (blue) and a return plug-in adapter connected with an air link. This provides a
pressure-tight connection between the supply and return for testing air lines for
leakage.
6.
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Remove the air link (K) and install the plug-in adapters (L) on the wall plate.
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Drywall Installation,
Continued
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7.
Install the wall plate on the bracket (D) using the screws furnished with the
instrument. Note that the wall plate has key slotted holes to allow insertion of the
screws prior to installation of the wall plate and also to allow leveling of the wall
plate.
8.
Attach the thermostat.
Rough-in before drywall
is up
The installation is now complete
Installation after drywall
is up
If drywall is already installed, see Figure 12.
Figure 12. Mounting Wall Plate and Instrument with Spring Clip Mounting Kit.
The spring clip mounting kit for finished drywall consists of:
A. No. 6 × 1-1/4 inch long type "AB" flat-head steel screws (2)
B. Spring Clip (2)
C. Spacer (2)
D. Template
This kit is designed specifically for 5/8-inch thick drywall, but it can also be used on
1/2-inch thick drywall. The stick-on spacers provided with the kit fill in the gap between
the drywall and clip to provide more holding power. It can also be used on plywood,
paneling, or other types of wall sheathing material.
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Drywall Installation,
continued
Installation after drywall
is up
Accessories for Installing TH 192, TH 194 or
Free Energy Band TH 193 HC Room Thermostats
A typical installation procedure consists of the following steps:
1. Place the template (D) on the wall at the desired location. The template has
adhesive on the back, protected by paper; remove the paper backing and make
sure the template is level before it sticks to the wall surface.
2. Drill two 5/32-inch diameter holes for No. 6 wall plate mounting screws.
3. Use a 1-1/4 inch diameter hole saw to drill an access hole in the drywall where
indicated on the template.
4. For 5/8-inch thick drywall, insert the clips (B) with the long leg going through the
1-1/4 inch access hole. Make sure they rest flat against the back surface of the
drywall. The wall is held between the two legs of the spring clips. Align the screw
holes in the clips (B) with the holes on the wall.
5. Fish the air lines through the 1-1/4 inch access hole (using tubing kit No. 192-481,
or any tubing kit suitable for finished wall installation).
6. Remove the air link and install the plug-in adapters on the wall plate.
7. Install the wall plate on the wall using the screws (A). Note that the wall plate has
key slotted holes to allow insertion of the screws prior to installation of the wall plate
and also to allow leveling of the wall plate.
8. Attach the thermostat.
The installation is now complete.
NOTE: Adapter frame, Part Number 192-308, may be used in conjunction with the
adapter base to cover up oversized holes, paint lines, broken walls, spots etc.
Figure 13. Electrical Box Wall Plate Installation.
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Mounting and Installation Kits
Figure 14. Terminal Kit Nos. 192-478, 192-480, 192-498, and 192-499.
Kit No.
192-478
192-498
192-480
192-499
Type of Terminal
Type of System
Wall Box with 8-foot (2.4 m) Copper
Tubing
2-Pipe
Wall Box with 8-foot (2.4 m)
1/4-in. (6.3 mm) Polyethylene Tubing
2-Pipe
3-Pipe
3-Pipe
Item
No.
Part
Number
1
—
No. 4-40 × 3/16-inch Long Pan Head St. Screw
2
2
2
2
2
—
No. 6-32 × 1-inch Long Flat-head. St. Screw
2
2
2
2
3
163-463
Connecting Tube
2
2
3
3
4
—
Tube Retainer -- Kit No. 141-388 (Package of 100)
4
4
6
6
5
192-835
Wall Box
1
1
1
1
6
182-687
Locator
1
1
1
1
7
182-119
Plaster Plate
1
1
1
1
8
192-513
Coil
2
2
3
3
9
182-122
Rubber Band
2
2
2
2
10
—
Copper Tubing – 8-foot Long
2
—
Polyethylene Tubing – 8-foot Long
2
3
2
3
Description
192-478
Quantity/Unit
192-480 192-498
192-499
3
11
182-258
Connector to 1/4-inch Polyethylene Tubing
12
—
Air Link -- Kit No. 192-501 (Package of 20)
1
1
1
1
13
—
Plug-in Adapter (Blue) -- Kit No. 192-485 (Package
of 20)
1
1
1
1
14
—
Plug-in Adapter (White) -- Kit No. 192-486 (Package
of 20)
1
1
2
2
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Mounting and
Installation Kits,
Continued
Figure 15. Tubing Kit No. 192-481 (10/Kit) and 192-505 (10/Kit).
Item
No.
Part
Number
1
163-463
2
—
3
192-513
4
—
5
Quantity/Kit
Description
Kit
192-481
Kit
192-505
Connecting Tube -- 4 inch (101.6 mm) (2 required)
40
40
Tube Retainer (4 req'd) Kit No. 141-388 (Package of 100)
40
40
Coil - (2 required) (3-3/4 inch Long)
20
20
Polyethylene Tubing (2 required) (not furnished)
—
—
141-246
Connector to 1/4-inch (4 mm) Polyethylene Tubing (2 req'd)
20
—
5
141-247
Connector to 5/32 inch (4 mm) Polyethylene Tubing (2 req’d)
—
20
6
—
Air Link -- Kit No. 192-501 (Package of 20)
10
10
7
—
Plug-in Adapter (Blue) Kit No. 192-485 (Package of 20)
10
10
7
—
Plug-in Adapter (White) Kit No. 192-501 (Package of 20)
10
10
Figure 16. Wall Plate Kit No 192-644.
Item
No.
Part
Number
Description
1
192-636
*2
—
No. 6-32 × 3/4-inch Long Flat Head Steel Screw (2 req'd)
*3
—
No. 6-32 × 1-1/4 inch Long Flat Head Steel Screw (2 req'd)
Wall Plate
* Not Shown in Figure 16.
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Mounting and
Installation Kits,
Continued
Dimensions in inches
(mm)
Figure 17. Panel Mounting or Standard Mullion Cut-out for TH 192, TH 193, and TH 194 Thermostats.
Figure 18. Plug-in Adapters.
Item
No.
Kit
Number
*1
192-485
Plug-in Adapter – Straight (Blue)
192-486
Plug-in Adapter – Straight (White) (Package of 20)
192-487
Plug-in Adapter - 90° (Blue) (Package of 20)
192-488
Plug-in Adapter - 90° (White) (Package of 20)
*3
192-501
Air Link
*4
—
O-ring
*2
Description
*Adapter Part Numbers include O-ring, Item 4.
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Replacing O-rings
Accessories for Installing TH 192, TH 194 or
Free Energy Band TH 193 HC Room Thermostats
If leaks are detected around the O-rings, new rings should be installed. To install, insert
a pencil in the O-ring, pry out and replace with a new ring. It is not necessary to remove
the wall plate.
NOTE: To facilitate installation, wet or moisten the new ring when installing. This wetting
acts as a lubricant, allowing the ring to slide in more easily.
Figure 19. Copper Tubing Kit No. 192-479.
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Item
No.
Kit
Number
1
—
2
163-463
Connecting Tube 4 inches long (2 required)
3
192-513
Coil
4
854-066A
Copper Tubing 8 feet long
5
854-066B
Copper Tubing 8 feet long
6
—
Air Link Kit No. 192-501
7
—
Plug in Adapter (Blue) Kit No 192-485 (Pkg of 20)
—
Plug in Adapter (White) Kit No 192-486 (Pkg of 20)
Description
Tube Retainer (4 required)
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Figure 20. Tubing Kit Nos. 192-600, 192-601, 192-750, 192-753, and 192-755.
Item
No.
Kit
Number
1
163-463
2
—
3
192-513
4
Description
Quantity / Kit
Kit
Kit
192-750 192-753
2-Pipe
3-Pipe
Kit
192-600
2-Pipe
Kit
192-601
3-Pipe
Connecting Tube – 4-inch (101.6 mm)
2
3
2
3
2
Tube Retainer Kit No. 141-388 (Package
of 100)
4
6
4
6
4
Coil
2
3
2
3
2
—
1/4-inch (4 mm) Polyethylene Twin Tubing
8 feet Long (2.4 m)
1
—
—
—
—
4
—
5/32-inch (4 mm) Polyethylene Triple
Tubing - 8 feet Long (2.4 m)
—
1
—
—
—
4
—
5/32-inch (4 mm) Polyethylene Twin
Tubing 40 ft. Long (12.2 m)
—
—
1
—
—
4
—
5/32-inch (4 mm) Polyethylene Triple
Tubing - 40 feet Long (12.2 m)
—
—
—
1
—
4
—
1/4-inch (4 mm) Polyethylene Twin Tubing
40 feet Long (12.2 m)
—
—
—
—
1
5
—
Air Link Kit No. 192-501
1
1
1
1
1
6
—
Plug-in Adapter (Blue) Kit No. 192-485
(Package of 20)
1
1
1
1
1
6
-
Plug-in Adapter (White) Kit No. 192-486
(Package of 20)
1
2
1
2
1
7
141-246
Connector to 1/4-inch (4 mm)
Polyethylene Tubing
2
3
2
3
2
8
141-247
Connector to 5/32-inch (4 mm)
Polyethylene Tubing
2
3
2
3
2
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Kit
192-755
2-Pipe
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Figure 21. Adapter Kit.
*Kit No.
Description
192-300
Universal Adapter
192-483
Adapter Kit "A"
192-484
Adapter Kit "B"
Used For
See TB 214 For
Specific Adaptation
and Kit Selection
Chart
*These kits are used to convert most existing pneumatic room
thermostats to the Powers TH 192, TH 193, and TH 194 Thermostats
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