Operation Manual Operation Manual

Operation Manual
Operation Manual
T855S
Pro1 Technologies
1111 S. Glenstone Ave., Suite 2-100
Springfield, MO 65804
Toll Free: 888-776-1427
Web: www.pro1iaq.com
Hours of Operation: M-F 9AM - 6PM Eastern
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Thermostat Operation
Thermostat Quick Reference
Programming
Features
Warranty Information
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8-12
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Una version en espanol de este
manual se puede descargar en la
pagina web de la compania.
U.S. Registered Trademark. Patents pending
Copyright 2016 All Rights Reserved.
Rev. 1626
Caution
Equipment damage hazard.
Do not operate the cooling
system if the outdoor
temperature is below 50 ˚F
(10 ˚C) to prevent possible
compressor damage.
Thermostat Operation
Thermostat Operation
LCD Display
See page 6 for details about
this display read out.
2
5:23
PM
Tue
1
F
Menu
Auto
3
Glow in the dark light button
The glow in the dark light
button will self illuminate
for several hours after
exposure to ambient light.
This button turns on the
display light when pressed.
Fan Button
Select ON, AUTO or IAQ.
The ON setting will run the
fan continuously. The AUTO
setting will cycle the fan on
only when the heating or
cooling system is on. IAQ
will enable IAQ FAN MODE,
if programmed.
System Button
Selects the operation mode
on your HVAC system.
Selecting HEAT turns on
the heat mode. Selecting
COOL turns on the cool
mode. Selecting OFF turns
both heating and cooling off.
Selecting AUTO will turn the
HEAT or COOL on as needed.
(EM HEAT will appear as an
option if operating a heat
pump. EM HEAT setting will
turn on emergency heat)
Temperature Setpoint Buttons
Press the
or
buttons to select the
desired room temperature.
Button and Battery Door
See page 4 for further
information.
Thermostat Quick Reference
Thermostat Quick Reference
Battery Door Information
Important:
Replace with
2 AA alkaline
Batteries. High
quality Alkaline
batteries are
recommended.
Simple operating instructions are
found on the back of the battery door.
Caution:
When the battery icon
appears replace your AA
batteries immediately. Failure to do so may result in your
heating & cooling system becoming inoperable.
Freezing or overheating can occur.
The low battery indicator is displayed when the AA battery
power is low. If the user fails to replace the battery within 21
days, the screen will only show the low battery indicator but
maintain all functionality. If the user fails to replace the batteries
after an additional 21 days (days 22-42 since first “low battery”
display) the setpoints will change to 55˚F (Heating) and 85˚F
(Cooling). If the user adjusts the setpoint away from either of
these, it will hold for 4 hours then return to either 55˚F or 85˚F.
After day 63 the batteries must be replaced immediately to
avoid freezing or overheating because the thermostat will shut
the unit off until the batteries are changed.
Thermostat Quick Reference
2
Thermostat Quick Reference
2
9
1
3
1 Indicates the current room temperature
2 Time and day of the week
3 Low Battery Indicator: Replace batteries when this indicator is shown.
Program Menu Options: Show different options during programming.
8
7
Program Time Periods - Residential: Uses 4 time periods - WAKE, RETURN,
LEAVE & SLEEP. Commercial: Uses 2 or 4 time periods that appear in the text
field - Occupied & Unoccupied.
Staging Indicators: +1 will appear in the display when second stage of
heat or cool is on. +2 will appear for third stage of heat.
7 System Operation Indicators:
If these or the Fan indicator are flashing, it means that they are in a delay of
some type (compressor delay, cooling fan delay, staging delay).
8 Hold: is displayed when the thermostat program is permanently overridden.
9 Setpoint: Displays the user selectable setpoint temperature.
Programming
Set Time
(If using programming)
Follow the steps below to set the day of the week and current time:
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Press SET TIME.
3. Day of the week will be flashing. Use the
or
key to
select the current day of the week.
4. Press NEXT STEP.
5. The current hour is flashing. Use the
or
key to
select the current hour. When using 12-hour time, make sure
the correct a.m. or p.m. choice is selected.
6. Press NEXT STEP.
7. Minutes are now flashing. Use the
or
key to
select current minutes.
8. Press DONE when completed.
Important:
You will see a TECHNICIAN SETUP option after the MENU key is
pressed. This TECHNICIAN SETUP key is for installer configuration
and should NOT be changed unless you consult your professional
heating and air conditioning technician.
Programming
Set Program Schedule For Four Time Periods
(WAKE, LEAVE, RETURN, SLEEP or OCCUPIED 1, UNOCCUPIED1, OCCUPIED 2, UNOCCUPIED 2)
To customize your 5+1+1 Program schedule, follow these steps:
Weekday:
1. Select HEAT or COOL with the system switch.
Note: You have to program heat and cool each separately.
2. Press the MENU button (If menu does not appear first press
RUN SCHED).
3. Press SET SCHED. Note: Monday-Friday is displayed and the WAKE/
OCC1 icon is shown. You are now programming the WAKE/OCC1 time
period for the weekday setting.
4. Time is flashing. Use the
or
key to make your time
selection for the weekday WAKE/OCC1 time period.
Note: If you want the fan to run continuously during this time
period, select ON with the FAN key. If you want to use IAQ
mode during this time period, select IAQ with the fan key.
5. Press NEXT STEP.
6. The setpoint temperature is flashing. Use the
or
key
to make your setpoint selection for the weekday WAKE/OCC1
period.
7. Press NEXT STEP.
8. Repeat steps 4 through 7 for the weekday LEAVE/UNOCC1 time period,
the weekday RETURN/OCC2 time period, and the weekday
SLEEP/UNOCC2 time period.
Continued on next page...
Programming
Saturday:
Repeat steps 4 through 7 for the Saturday WAKE/OCC1 time period, for the
Saturday LEAVE/UNOCC1 time period, for the Saturday RETURN/OCC2
time period, and for the Saturday SLEEP/UNOCC2 time period.
Sunday:
Repeat steps 4 through 7 for the Sunday WAKE/OCC1 time period, for the
Sunday LEAVE/UNOCC1 time period, for the Sunday RETURN/OCC2 time
period, and for the Sunday SLEEP/UNOCC2 time period.
To customize your 7 day Program Schedule, repeat
steps 4 through 8 for the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday time periods.
A Note About Auto Changeover:
When in Auto you have the ability to switch between auto heat or auto
cool by pressing the system key. This can be done once the current
mode has reached its setpoint. For example: if in auto heat, the heat
setpoint must be satisfied before the thermostat will allow you to switch
to auto cool. You can switch out of auto by holding down the system
key. To get back into auto, you must toggle the system key to auto.
Programming
Set Program Schedule For Two Time Periods
(OCCUPIED, UNOCCUPIED)
To customize your 5+1+1 Program schedule, follow these steps:
Weekday:
1. Select HEAT or COOL with the system key.
Note: You have to program heat and cool each separately.
2. Press the MENU button (If menu does not appear first, press
RUN SCHED).
3. Press SET SCHED. Note: Monday-Friday is displayed and the
OCCUPIED text is shown. You are now programming the
OCCUPIED time period for the weekday setting.
4. Time is flashing. Use the
or
key to make your time
selection for the weekday OCCUPIED time period.
Note: If you want the fan to run continuously during this time
period, select ON with the FAN key. If you want to use IAQ
mode during this time period, select IAQ with the fan key.
5. Press NEXT.
6. The setpoint temperature is flashing. Use the
or
key
to make your setpoint selection for the weekday OCCUPIED
period.
7. Press NEXT.
8. Repeat steps 4 through 7 for the weekday UNOCCUPIED
time period.
Continued on next page...
Programming
Saturday:
Repeat steps 4 through 7 for the Saturday OCCUPIED time period
and for the Saturday UNOCCUPIED time period.
Sunday:
Repeat steps 4 through 7 for the Sunday OCCUPIED time period and
for the Sunday UNOCCUPIED time period.
To customize your 7 day Program schedule, repeat
steps 4 through 8 for the Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
A Note About Programmable Fan:
The programmable fan feature will run the fan continuously during
during any time period when it is programmed to be on. This is the best
way to keep the air circulated and to eliminate hot and cold spots in your
building. If using IAQ mode, set fan to IAQ for any time period.
Keypad Lockout Note:
If appears in the display, then the keypad is locked. All or some of
the keys will not work. Hold the
and
keys for 3 seconds to
remove the lock. Use the same procedure to lock the display
Features
Temporary & Permanent Hold Feature
Temporary Hold: The thermostat will display HOLD and RUN SCHED
on the bottom of your screen when you press the
or
key. If you do nothing, the temperature will remain at this setpoint
temporarily for 4 hours. After this, the program setpoint will then
replace your temporary setpoint.
Permanent Hold: With a temporary hold set, if you press the HOLD
key at the bottom of your screen, you will see HOLD appear below
the setpoint temperature in the display. The thermostat will now
permanently stay at this setpoint and can be adjusted using the
or
keys.
To Return To Program: Press the RUN SCHED key at the bottom of
your screen to exit temporary and permanent holds.
Features
Warranty Information
Filter Change & Other Reminders
If your HVAC contractor has configured the thermostat to remind
you when the air filter needs changed, you will see FILT in the display
when your air filter needs to be changed.
Resetting The Filter Change Reminder: When FILT reminder is
displayed, you should change your air filter and reset the reminder by
holding down the set time/run sched button of the thermostat for 3
seconds.
Warranty Registration
Your new thermostat has a 5 year limited warranty. You must register
your thermostat within 60 days of installation. Without this
registration the warranty period will begin on the date of manufacture.
For warranty issues please contact the HVAC professional that
installed this product. You can register your new thermostat in 2 ways:
Online
Go to the company website, select warranty registration and
fill out a short registration form.
Mail
Complete the form below and mail it to the address shown.
Warranty Registration
Name:
This thermostat also has other maintenance reminders (Humidity
Pad, UV lamp, and IAQ Cell), that are reset with the same procedure.
Address:
Thermostat Model:
Date Installed:
City:
Complete form and mail to:
State:
Zip:
Thermostat Warranty Registration
1111 S. Glenstone
Suite 2-100
Springfield, MO 65804
Cut Out For
Warranty Registration
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