Carrier Programmable Dual Fuel Thermostats Operating instructions

Programmable Dual Fuel Thermostats
Installation, Start-Up, and Operating Instructions
NOTE: Read the entire instruction manual before starting the
installation.
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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Read and follow manufacturer instructions carefully. Follow all
local electrical codes during installation. All wiring must conform
to local and national electrical codes. Improper wiring or installation may damage thermostat.
Recognize safety information. This is the safety-alert symbol
.
When you see this symbol on the equipment and in the instruction
manual, be alert to the potential for personal injury.
Understand the signal words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION. These words are used with the safety-alert symbol. DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in severe
personal injury or death. WARNING signifies a hazard which
could result in personal injury or death. CAUTION is used to
identify unsafe practices which would result in minor personal
injury or product and property damage.
INTRODUCTION
Carrier’s 7-day programmable dual fuel thermostat is a wallmounted, low-voltage thermostat which provides proper control of
a heat pump (HP) and furnace combination without using a
HP/furnace interface kit. Separate heating and cooling setpoints,
plus auto changeover allow setback programming for maximum
energy savings. Up to 4 time/temperature settings per 24 hour
period for 7 independent days may be programmed. Batteries are
not required; during a power interruption, the internal memory
stores programs for an unlimited time and the clock continues to
run for at least 72 hrs.
SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS
The dual fuel thermostat is designed to be used only in HP/furnace
installations. It replaces a conventional 2-stage HP thermostat and
a HP/furnace interface kit. An outdoor temperature sensor, Part
No. TSTATCCSEN01 MUST be used with this thermostat. It is
not supplied with thermostat.
If HP is not already equipped with a high-pressure switch, one
must be added for dual fuel applications. It protects HP from
overpressure which would occur if a failure resulted in both
HP and furnace operating at same time. Kit No.
KSAHI0201HPS includes required switch and instructions
for its proper installation.
A HP/furnace installation has several special requirements. Foremost is that furnace and HP must not be allowed to operate at same
time, except during HP defrost. A second is to have furnace
complete a heating cycle once it is turned on. A third is the need
to have HP not operate at all when outdoor temperatures are below
®
A94134
HEIGHT (IN.)
4-1/4
WIDTH (IN.)
7-1/2
DEPTH (IN.)
1-3/8
Fig. 1—Carrier Programmable Thermostat
a certain value. Finally, HP and furnace must work together
properly to provide an efficient and comfortable defrost. These
requirements are addressed by the dual fuel thermostat itself and
an interface kit is NOT required.
APPLICATION
The dual fuel thermostat is designed for the following applications:
1-stage
1-stage
2-stage
2-stage
cool,
cool,
cool,
cool,
2-stage
3-stage
3-stage
4-stage
heat:
heat:
heat:
heat:
1-speed
1-speed
2-speed
2-speed
HP
HP
HP
HP
with
with
with
with
1-stage
2-stage
1-stage
2-stage
furnace
furnace
furnace
furnace*
*This combination must use furnace algorithm to control furnace
staging.
As outdoor temperature decreases, heat loss increases and HP
capacity decreases. There is a temperature below which HP will
not be able to ″keep up″ and furnace will be required to maintain
temperature. This is the thermal balance point.
There is also an economic balance point, determined by relative
costs of fuel and electricity, below which the furnace is the most
cost effective and above which the HP is the most cost effective.
Finally there may be a comfort balance point below which leaving
air temperature of HP is not comfortable, even if HP has sufficient
capacity to keep structure warm.
Any of these balance points may be the determining factor in the
selection of an outdoor temperature below which HP will be turned
off and only furnace allowed to operate. This balance point
temperature is entered into thermostat by installer. Outdoor temperatures from 15˚F to 55˚F may be selected. Instructions for
entering this selection is covered in the section: Balance
Point—Value Selection.
When outdoor temperature is below selected balance point temperature, furnace is used exclusively to supply heat.
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Book 1
4
PC 101
Catalog No. 92-33TS-TA35C
Printed in U.S.A.
Form TSTAT-9SI
Pg 1
2-96
Replaces: TSTAT-6SI
Tab misc. misc.
When outdoor temperature is above both selected balance point
temperature and thermal balance point, HP will be used exclusively, because it will have sufficient capacity to satisfy load.
Y1/W2 turns on compressor at low speed and may also adjust
blower speed for low-speed HP operation.
If selection of balance point temperature is such that it is below
thermal balance point, all operation between these 2 temperatures
will be part HP and part furnace. A heating cycle will begin with
HP operation. Because HP has insufficient capacity, structure
temperature will slowly fall. After a time, thermostat will issue
next stage call, turning off HP and turning on furnace. Furnace will
operate until thermostat is completely satisfied at which time
furnace will turn off. The next heating cycle will begin with HP
and cycle will repeat.
High-Speed HP heating:
Y/Y2 is added to low-speed HP heating call to operate compressor
at high speed and adjust blower for high-speed HP operation.
Heating Operation—Single-Stage Furnace
W/W1 causes furnace to operate. Furnace controls its own blower
at heating speed.
Heating Operation—Two-Stage Furnace—Thermostat Control
Low fire:
W/W1 causes furnace to operate at low fire. Furnace controls its
own blower at low heating speed.
This operating mode is acceptable as long as selected balance point
temperature is not too far below thermal balance point. This
thermostat has no ″droop″ between stages, and structure will not
cool significantly below setpoint before furnace comes on. However, there is a 15-minute timer which requires HP to operate for
15 minutes before furnace comes on. If balance point temperature
is set too far below thermal balance point, the temperature loss
during this 15 minute period could be uncomfortable.
High fire:
Y1/W2 is added to low-fire heating call to operate furnace in
high-fire mode. Furnace controls its own blower at high heating
speed.
Heating Operation—Two-Stage Furnace—Algorithm Control
W/W1 causes furnace to operate. Based on amount of time it is
required to be on, it determines when to operate at low fire and
when to operate at high fire. It controls its own blower at proper
speed.
Defrost Operation
For most installations balance point temperature setting should be
in the range of 25˚F to 45˚F. If set too high, HP will not be used
enough and its advantages not realized. If set too low, structure
temperature loss during HP operation will become uncomfortable.
In case of 2-speed heat pumps or 2-stage furnaces, thermostat will
start equipment at low capacity and if this is not sufficient, will
advance to higher capacity. If load demand is between low and
high capacities, it will cycle between these 2 stages, i.e. between
low and high heat pump speeds or between furnace low and high
fire. However, once operation proceeds from HP to furnace, it will
NOT cycle directly back to HP. Furnace will remain on until all
stages of thermostat are satisfied.
A unique feature of this thermostat is that a defrost cycle, once
started, will always be completed. This is true even if thermostat is
satisfied during defrost. The result is that a heating cycle never
begins with an uncompleted defrost and its associated ″cold blow″.
During operation of HP in heating mode, HP itself determines
when a defrost is necessary. It initiates defrost by energizing its O
and W wires. The signal on the O wire switches HP from heating
to cooling mode and W signal starts furnace. Thermostat monitors
this action by sensing the signal (which it did not create) on the O
line. It responds by turning on its W outputs (both if 2-stage
furnace) to hold furnace on high fire. At completion of defrost,
indicated by removal of signal from HP on O wire, thermostat does
1 of 2 things. If it is satisfied, it turns off all Y, G, and W outputs
which results in all equipment off. If not satisfied, it will turn off
Y and G, leaving W on until it becomes satisfied. In this way it
assures that furnace will be used to satisfy a heat demand existing
after a defrost cycle is completed.
Emergency Heat
DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION
Cooling Operation—Single Speed
HP cooling:
O/W2 energizes reversing valve to select cooling operation.
G energizes furnace blower.
Y/Y2 energizes compressor and selects high blower speed at
furnace.
When cooling demand is satisfied, G and Y/Y2 are de-energized.
O/W2 will remain on to minimize cycling of reversing valve. It
will turn off only when a call for heat occurs.
If EHEAT mode is selected at thermostat, all heating will be done
by furnace.
Continuous Fan
Cooling Operation—Two Speed
Low-speed HP cooling:
O/W2 energizes reversing valve to select cooling operation.
G energizes furnace blower.
Y1/W2 energizes compressor at low speed and may determine
furnace blower speed.
If FAN ON mode in selected, thermostat energizes G terminal,
which causes fan to operate when both heating and cooling are off.
Staging Sequence—Heating
Depending on whether HP is single or 2 speed and whether furnace
is single or 2 stage, the staging of thermostat outputs with
increasing demand varies. Table 1 shows the heating staging
sequence for all 4 possible combinations of single- and multi-stage
equipment. Note that thermostat itself has a maximum of 3 heating
stages. Note also that at outdoor temperatures below selected
balance point temperature no HP operation is allowed. As discussed earlier, once furnace is turned on, it remains on to satisfy all
demand.
High-speed HP cooling:
Y/Y2 is added to low-speed cooling call to operate compressor at
high speed and increase blower speed.
Heating Operation—Single-Speed HP
HP heating:
O/W2 remains off to select heating operation.
G turns on furnace blower.
Y/Y2 energizes compressor and increases furnace blower speed.
A ″freeze protect″ feature is built into the dual fuel thermostat. If
indoor temperature sensor fails, and thermostat is in HEAT or
AUTO mode, heat will be cycled when outdoor temperature is
below 50˚F. The amount of heat supplied will increase as outdoor
temperature decreases, keeping structure from freezing.
Heating Operation—Two-Speed HP
Low-Speed HP heating:
O/W2 remains off to select heating operation.
G turns on furnace blower.
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Table 1—Heating Stages
WIRING
DIAGRAM
SYSTEM
TYPE
Fig. 2
1-speed HP
1-stage furnace
Fig. 3
1-speed HP
2-stage furnace
Fig. 4
2-speed HP
1-stage furnace
Fig. 5
2-speed HP
2-stage furnace
OUTDOOR TEMP/
BAL. PT. TEMP
Above
Below
Above
Below
Above
Below
Above
Below
INSTALLATION
NOTE: All TSTAT models do not have batteries and are not
″power stealing″. They do require 24VAC (R and C terminals) to
be connected for proper operation. Thermostat will not operate
without these 2 connections.
STAGE 1
STAGE 2
STAGE 3
HP
Furnace
HP
Furnace Lo
HP Lo
Furnace
HP Lo
Furnace Lo or Hi
Furnace
—
Furnace Lo
Furnace Hi
HP Hi
—
HP Hi
—
—
—
Furnace Hi
—
Furnace
—
Furnace Lo or Hi
—
disconnected, cooling is allowed regardless of switch setting.
→ TO SET:
OFF—cooling is disabled at outdoor temperatures below 55˚F.
ON—cooling is allowed at outdoor temperatures below 55˚F.
Switch D - Select Single-Speed or 2-Speed HP
Step 1—Thermostat Location
Use this switch to tell dual fuel thermostat whether it is controlling
a single- or 2-speed HP. It must be set properly.
TO SET:
OFF—for single-speed HP.
ON—for 2-speed HP.
Thermostat should be mounted:
•
•
Approximately 5 ft (1.5m) from floor.
Close to or in a frequently used room, preferably on an inside
partitioning wall.
• On a section of wall without pipes or duct work.
• In a location where the outdoor temperature sensor wires can be
routed to thermostat location. It is acceptable to use 2 separate
wires in thermostat cable to connect outdoor sensor. These
wires may be connected at furnace to another pair continuing to
outdoor heat pump. The outdoor sensor may then be mounted
and connected in vicinity of heat pump, but be sure it is not
located in direct sunlight.
Thermostat should NOT be mounted:
→ Step 3—Install Thermostat
Before installing thermostat, turn off all power to unit. There
may be more than 1 power disconnect. Electrical shock can
cause personal injury or death.
1. Turn OFF all power to unit.
•
Close to a window, on an outside wall, or next to a door leading
to the outside.
• Exposed to direct light and heat from a lamp, sun, fireplace, or
other temperature-radiating object which may cause a false
reading.
• Close to or in direct airflow from supply registers and return-air
grilles.
• In areas with poor air circulation, such as behind a door or in
an alcove.
Step 2—Set DIP Switches
2. If an existing thermostat is being replaced:
a. Remove existing thermostat from wall.
b. Disconnect wires from existing thermostat, 1 at a time. Be
careful not to allow wires to fall back into the wall.
c. As each wire is disconnected, record wire color and
terminal marking.
d. Discard or recycle old thermostat.
NOTE: Mercury is a hazardous waste and MUST be disposed of
properly.
There are 4 small switches on the back of the circuit board which
must be set by the installer. The ON position is indicated by small
letters on the switch itself. Ignore numbers 1-4 on the switch. The
switch designation (A through D) is on the circuit board next to the
switch. To change a switch position use the corner of a small
screwdriver to slide it between on and off. Make these selections
BEFORE installing the thermostat--it is much easier.
3. Open thermostat rear door (mounting base) to expose mounting holes. The base can be removed to simplify mounting.
Snap apart carefully at hinge to separate mounting base from
remainder of thermostat.
This switch must be in OFF position in all dual fuel applications.
DO NOT turn ON.
4. Route thermostat wires through large hole in mounting base.
Level mounting base against wall (for aesthetic value
only—thermostat need not be leveled for proper operation)
and mark wall through 2 mounting holes.
Switch B - Setback Recovery
5. Drill two 3/16-in. mounting holes in wall where marked.
Selects between normal and smart recovery from setback. Normal
recovery changes to the new setpoint at the programmed time.
Smart recovery, which is active in heating mode only, starts earlier
and adjusts the setpoint slowly so that room temperature will arrive
at the programmed temperature at the programmed time.
TO SET:
OFF—for smart recovery. This is the factory default.
ON—for normal recovery.
6. Secure mounting base to wall with 2 screws and anchors
provided, (additional anchoring holes available for more
secure mounting if needed) making sure all wires extend
through hole in mounting base.
Switch A - Not Used in Dual Fuel Thermostats
Switch C - Disable Low-Ambient Cooling
7. Adjust length and routing of each wire to reach proper
terminal and connector block on mounting base with 1/4 in. of
extra wire. Strip only 1/4 in. of insulation from each wire to
prevent adjacent wires from shorting together when connected.
Use to allow or prevent cooling operation below an outdoor
temperature of 55˚F. Prevention of cooling below 55˚F adds to
compressor reliability. If outdoor temperature sensor fails or is
8. Match and connect equipment wires to proper terminals of the
connector blocks. (See Fig. 2 through 5.) Both R and C must
be connected for proper thermostat operation.
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Clean Filter Timer—Selection and Adjustment
Select hours of blower operation before CLEAN FILTER icon is
displayed. Timer accumulates total blower hours. Selection can
range from 400 to 3600 hours or can be turned off. Factory default
is 2 (800 hours). Recommended selections are: disposable
filter—400 to 800 hours, media filter—1200 to 1600 hours, or
electronic air cleaner—1600 to 2400 hours of blower operation.
TO SELECT:
Improper wiring or installation may damage the thermostat.
Check to make sure wiring is correct before proceeding with
installation or turning on unit.
9. Push any excess wire into wall and against mounting base.
Seal hole in wall to prevent air leaks. Leaks can affect
operation.
10. Snap hinge back together.
1. Enter configuration mode.
11. Close thermostat assembly making sure pins on back of circuit
board align with sockets in connector.
2. Press RESET FILTER button to display OF (off) or digits 1
through 9.
12. Turn ON power to unit.
3. Use up and down buttons to move between selections. Total
hours equals 400 times the displayed number. OF (off) turns
feature off.
On power up, display shows dF for a few seconds to indicate that
it is a dual fuel thermostat.
4. During the selection process, the CLEAN FILTER icon will
remain on, even if OF (off) is chosen.
Step 4—Set Thermostat Configuration
’Anticipator’—Adjustment
Configuration options, like DIP switch settings, are intended to be
selected at installation and normally are not modified by the
homeowner. These options are not discussed in the homeowner’s
manual and therefore must be made as part of the installation. A
special procedure allows entry into the configuration mode. The
thermostat will automatically exit this mode if no button is pressed
for 10 seconds. While in configuration mode, 4 option choices can
be made:
This adjustment controls the sensitivity and cycle rate of the
thermostat. Higher numbers decrease the sensitivity and slow the
cycle rate. Lower numbers increase sensitivity and increase cycle
rate. However, a limiting feature will not allow more than 4
equipment cycles per hour, regardless of setting. Values can range
from 1 to 9. Default is 3. This default selection will provide
optimum performance in nearly all installations. Try it first. Do not
change setting unless there is evidence of need to do so.
1. Fahrenheit or Celsius—Selection.
Unlike conventional anticipators, this setting is not to be determined by current draw. There is no need to measure, know, or
compensate for current. There is also no ’droop’ with this
thermostat, regardless of ’anticipator’ setting.
2. Balance point—Value Adjustment
3. Clean filter timer—Selection and Value Adjustment.
4. ’Anticipator’—Value Adjustment.
This adjustment controls only sensitivity and cycle rate—up to the
maximum of 4 cycles per hour.
TO ADJUST:
An explanation for each of these and how to enter the configuration mode follows.
To enter the configuration mode:
1. Enter configuration mode.
Press and hold FAN button for approximately 10 sec until room
temperature disappears and display reads "--". You are now in the
configuration mode.
2. Press MODE button to display value between 1 and 9. Factory
default is 3.
3. Use up and down buttons to move between values.
NOTE: If no button is pressed for 10 sec, thermostat will exit
mode and resume normal operation. To re-enter configuration
mode, FAN button must be pressed and held again.
Step 5—Hold, Fan, Mode Button Operation
1. Pressing HOLD button disables the time/temperature schedule
and ″holds″ the current desired temperature. When active, the
HOLD annunciator is turned on. A second press of the HOLD
button releases the hold feature and turns off the annunciator.
While in Configuration Mode, these selections are available:
Fahrenheit or Celsius—Selection
Select between Fahrenheit or Celsius operation. Factory default is
Fahrenheit.
TO SELECT:
2. Pressing the FAN button alternately selects AUTO or ON fan
operation. Fan annunciator displays the current selection.
3. Pressing the MODE button will select OFF, HEAT, COOL,
AUTO, or EHEAT. Mode annunciator displays the current
selection.
1. Enter configuration mode.
2. Press CHANGE DAY button to display F or C.
3. Use either up or down button to change between F and C.
4. Operation of other buttons is explained in the Homeowner’s
Guide.
Balance Point—Value Adjustment
This adjustment allows installer to enter an outdoor temperature
below which HP will not be allowed to operate. Temperatures
between 15˚F and 55˚F can be selected in 5˚F steps. (Equivalent
values are used when Celsius operation is selected.) A discussion
of how to determine this temperature was provided earlier in the
APPLICATIONS section.
TO SELECT:
Step 6—Check Thermostat Operation
SELECT HOLD
1. Press HOLD button to select ″hold″ feature. This will prevent
the setpoint from changing until the desired time/temperature
schedule is entered.
FAN OPERATION
1. Enter configuration mode.
2. Press COPY PREVIOUS DAY button.
1. Press FAN button, starting fan operation. Fan annunciator
switches from AUTO to ON.
3. Use up or down buttons to move between 15, 20, 25, 30, 35,
40, 45, 50, and 55˚F (or equivalent values in ˚C).
2. Press FAN button, stopping fan operation. Fan annunciator
switches from ON to AUTO.
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Step 7—Select Desired Operation
HEATING OPERATION
1. Press MODE button until HEAT is displayed under the mode
annunciator.
1. Press FAN button to select AUTO or ON position. Fan
annunciator displays current selection.
2. Make sure outdoor temperature is above balance point setting,
so that HP will be enabled.
2. Press MODE button to select OFF, HEAT, COOL, or
EHEAT. If AUTO is selected, first select heating desired
temperature in HEAT mode and cooling desired temperature
in COOL mode. Refer to homeowner’s guide. Mode annunciator displays current selection.
3. Press up button until display reads 10 degrees above room
temperature. HP should begin to operate within 5 minutes.
4. Press MODE button until EHEAT is displayed. Furnace
should begin to operate within 5 minutes.
3. Press up or down buttons to select desired temperature.
4. If daily cycles are to be programmed now, refer to Homeowner’s Guide for programming instructions.
COOLING OPERATION
5. If thermostat has not been programmed, press HOLD button to
retain desired temperature setting.
1. Press MODE button until COOL is displayed under the mode
annunciator.
NOTE: If HOLD button is not left ON, temperature setting will
be lost until time/temperature program is entered.
2. Press down button until display reads 10 degrees below room
temperature. Cooling system should begin to operate within 5
minutes.
Step 8—Checklist
1. Put away tools and instruments, and clean up debris.
2. Review Homeowner’s Guide with owner.
3. Leave literature packet with owner.
DUAL FUEL
THERMOSTAT
DUAL FUEL
THERMOSTAT
24 VAC HOT
SINGLE-STAGE
FURNACE
SINGLE-SPEED
HEAT PUMP
R
R
R
G
G
W/W1
W
COMPRESSOR Y/Y2
Y
FURNACE
RVS COOLING O/W2
N/A
SINGLE-SPEED
HEAT PUMP
24 VAC HOT
R
R
FAN
G
G
W/W1
W/W1
W2
Y/Y2
Y/Y2
Y
FURNACE LO
COMPRESSOR
FAN
TWO-STAGE OR
VARIABLE SPEED
FURNACE
R
O
RVS COOLING
O/W2
FURNACE HI
Y1/W2
O
W2
Y
W2
Y1
24 VAC COM
C
RVS HEATING
B
O
Y1/W2
C
C
SEE NOTES 1 AND 2
24 VAC COM
C
RVS HEATING
B
RVS SENSING
L
OUTDOOR
S1
C
C
RVS SENSING
S1
OUTDOOR
SEE NOTE 1
SENSOR
CONNECTION
L
SENSOR
OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
S2
SENSOR
CONNECTION
OUTDOOR
A95216
TEMPERATURE
S2
Fig. 3—Two-Stage or Variable-Speed Furnace with
Single-Speed Heat Pump
SENSOR
A95215
Fig. 2—Single-Stage Furnace with Single-Speed
Heat Pump
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DUAL FUEL
THERMOSTAT
SINGLE-STAGE
FURNACE
DUAL FUEL
THERMOSTAT
TWO-SPEED
HEAT PUMP
24 VAC HOT
R
R
FAN
G
G
FURNACE
W/W1
W
W2
COMPRESSOR HI
Y/Y2
Y
Y2
R
TWO-STAGE OR
VARIABLE SPEED
FURNACE
TWO-SPEED
HEAT PUMP
24 VAC HOT
R
R
FAN
G
G
FURNACE
W/W1
W/W1
W2
COMPRESSOR
HI
Y/Y2
Y/Y2
Y2
R
O
RVS COOLING
O/W2
RVS COOLING
O
COMPRESSOR LO Y1/W2
COMPRESSOR
LO
Y1
Y1/W2
W3
24 VAC COM
C
RVS HEATING
B
C
C
24 VAC COM
C
RVS HEATING
B
RVS SENSING
L
OUTDOOR
S1
SEE NOTE 1
RVS SENSING
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
CONNECTION
L
S1
Y1
Y1
W2
W3
C
C
SEE NOTES 1 AND 2
OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
S2
O
O/W2
SENSOR
SENSOR
CONNECTION
A95217
OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
S2
SENSOR
A95218
Fig. 4—Single-Stage Furnace with
2-Speed Heat Pump
Fig. 5—Two-Stage or Variable-Speed Furnace with
2-Speed Heat Pump
WIRING DIAGRAM NOTES:
1. Underlined letter on dual terminal indicates its usage.
For Example: O/W2 means O,
O/W2 means W2.
Outdoor Temperature Sensor must be attached in all dual fuel
installations.
Jumper wire between O/W2 and L thermostat terminals
MUST be present.
2. Y1 and O connections to 2-stage furnaces MAY NOT EXIST,
or may be only a wire rather than a screw terminal.
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OPERATIONAL INFORMATION
Five-minute Compressor Timeguard
This timer prevents the compressor from starting unless it has been off for at least 5 minutes. It can be defeated for 1 cycle by simultaneously
pressing the FAN mode button and the INCREASE TEMPERATURE button.
Fifteen-minute Cycle Timer
This timer prevents the start of a heating or cooling cycle until at least 15 minutes after the last start of the same cycle. Its function is to assure
that equipment is not cycled more than 4 times per hour. This timer is defeated for 1 cycle when the desired temperature is manually changed.
It can also be defeated for 1 cycle by simultaneously pressing the FAN mode button and the INCREASE TEMPERATURE button.
Fifteen-minute Staging Timer
In multistage heating or cooling, this timer prevents any higher stage from turning on until the preceeding stage has been on for 15 minutes.
This timer is defeated if the temperature error is greater than 5 degrees (usually due to a large change in desired temperature).
Two-minute Minimum On Time
In normal operation, when a stage turns on, it will not turn off for a minimum of 2 minutes.
Heat/Cool Setpoints (Desired Temperatures)
A minimum difference of 3 degrees is enforced between heating and cooling desired temperatures. This is done by allowing one setting to
″push″ the other, to maintain this difference.
Auto Changeover
When the auto changeover mode is selected, a change from heat to cool (or vice versa) will not occur until an opposite mode demand has existed
for 20 minutes. If the setpoint is changed, the 20 minute requirement is deleted.
Emergency Heat Mode
When emergency heat mode is selected, all Y signals are locked out and W becomes energized upon a call for heat.
Power On Check
When AC power is first applied, all segments of display are turned on for a few seconds. Following this, the temperature display reads dF for
a few seconds to indicate that it is a dual fuel thermostat.
Error Codes
E1 - If thermostat cannot properly read room temperature, the room temperature display will indicate E1 and thermostat will enter FREEZE
PROTECT mode. When outdoor temperature is below 50˚F furnace will operate for sufficient time every half hour to keep home from
freezing. The ON time is given by the formula: Minutes ON equals 15 minus (outdoor temperature in ˚F divided by 4).
E2 - If the AC line voltage drops below a minimum (brownout) level, all outputs are turned off and the display indicates E2. This condition
will remain for 15 seconds after proper line voltage is restored. If the AC line voltage disappears completely, the display will immediately
go blank.
E3 - If thermostat cannot properly read outdoor temperature E3 will be displayed in place of room temperature. The thermostat will continue
to operate, but will only use furnace in HEAT mode.
Auxiliary Heat Icon
This icon is displayed when the furnace is operating.
Smart Recovery
With Smart Recovery selected, the transition out of a heating setback begins a fixed time period before the selected recovery time and gradually
adjusts room temperature so that the desired temperature will be achieved at the selected recovery time. The fixed time period is 1 hr for
furnaces and 1.5 hrs for heat pumps.
Thermostat Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
WHAT TO CHECK
No LCD on temperature display
Check for 24 VAC between R and C at terminal connections. Both R and C must be connected for proper operation.
″Trouble″ on temperature display
Outdoor temperature sensor reading out of range. An attempt to read outdoor temperature results in ″--″ on display. Check for shorted, open, or failed outdoor temperature sensor.
″E2″ on temperature display
Brownout condition or too low of voltage to thermostat. Double check wiring and check for 24 VAC between R and
C. E2 will clear 15 seconds after proper voltage is restored.
″E1″ on temperature display
Temperature sensor reading out of range. Check sensor for damage. If recycling power does not clear display,
thermostat should be replaced.
″Clean Filter″ on temperature display
After the selected number of hours of blower operation ″clean filter″ will display on LCD. This is to remind the homeowner to ″check″ filter. Press ″reset filter″ button to clear display and reset timer to 0.
Cooling will not come on
Select COOL mode. Decrease cooling setpoint to 10 degrees below room temperature. Simultaneously press FAN
and INCREASE TEMPERATURE buttons to defeat timers. Check for 24 VAC at Y/Y2 terminal. If present, thermostat is OK and problem is with equipment or wiring. If not present, replace thermostat.
Heating will not come on
Select HEAT mode. Increase heating setpoint to 2 or 3 degrees (not more) above room temperature. Simultaneously press FAN and INCREASE TEMPERATURE buttons to defeat timers for 1 cycle. Check for 24 VAC at
Y/Y2 terminal (single-speed HP) or Y1/W2 terminal (2-speed HP) within 10 seconds. Increase heating setpoint to
7 or 8 degrees above room temperature. Check for 24VAC at W/W1 terminal (single-speed HP) or Y/Y2 terminal
(2-speed HP) within 2 minutes. After 2 minutes check for 24VAC at Y1/W2 terminal (single-speed HP) or W/W1
terminal (2-speed HP).
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Copyright 1995 CARRIER Corp. • 7310 W. Morris St. • Indianapolis, IN 46231
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Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Book 1
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PC 101
Catalog No. 92-33TS-TA35C
Printed in U.S.A.
Form TSTAT-9SI
Pg 8
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Replaces: TSTAT-6SI
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