Carrier 53DFS250-HW Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL THERMOSTAT
53DFS250-SL
Table of Contents
DISPLAY
QUICK START Set the clock and go
BASIC OPERATION
PROGRAMMING Occupied and
Unoccupied Periods
ADVANCED SETUP
ABOUT ADVANCED FEATURES
AND OPERATION
WARRANTY
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3
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7-Day Programmable
3 Occupied Modes, 1 Unoccupied Mode
Auto Changeover
Large, Easy To Read Display
Thermoglow™ Backlight
Remote Sensor Ready
Dry Contact Equipped
Energy Saving Smart Fan
Fan Purge, IAQ Feature
Meets California Title 24
IMPORTANT: Follow Installation Instructions
before proceeding.
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M
ProgramOn
Pm occupied 1
COOL
Override
CAUTION: SET THERMOSTAT TO MODE “OFF”
PRIOR TO CHANGING SETTINGS IN SETUP OR
RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULTS.
HEAT
!
Mode
MODE
FAN
Fan
HOLIDAY
Holiday
Program
Set Clock
Override
PROGRAM
SET CLOCK
Backlit LCD Display
:
Warmer or + Button
ProgramOn
Pm occupied 1
M
COOL
Override
HEAT
Cooler or - Button
Override Button
Heat or Cool Indicator
Red = Heat, Green = Cool
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 535-329
Printed in U.S.A.
Form OM53-4
Pg 1
11-04
Replaces: New
Book 1 4
Tab 3e 2f
Display
Quick Start Set the Clock and Go
1
6
:
Am ProgramOn Setup
Pm Stop Start
SuMTuWThFSa unoccupied 123
2
1
9
8
COOL
Override
HEAT
AUTO
OFFON
During Setup and Programming:
Pressing the Mode button selects different flashing items
(represented in black).
Pressing the Up and Down buttons will modify the flashing selection.
10 7
4
1
5
1
.
Locked
4
Fan
:
3
1 Mode Indicators
Selects the operation mode of the equipment.
COOL — indicates the air conditioning
mode.
HEAT — indicates the heat mode.
AUTO — indicates the system will automatically changeover between
the heat and cool modes as the
temperature varies.
OFF — indicates the entire system is
turned off.
PROGRAM ON — indicates the stored
program is enabled to
run. See page 3.
2 Clock with Day of the Week
Indicates the current time and day. This clock
is also used to program the timer periods.
See this page.
3 Room Temperature Display
Indicates the current room temperature.
4 Desired Set Temperature
Indicates desired room temperature(s).
See page 3.
5 Override Indication
Indicates the current program is currently being overridden for up to 4 hours. See
pages 3 and 5.
Pm
M
.
The thermostat is preprogrammed from the factory to operate equipment without the need for further programming. To optimize the installation of this thermostat follow
the instructions in the Advanced Setup section.
NOTE: The thermostat is not preprogrammed from the
factory to operate heat pump systems. To control these
systems, follow the steps in the Advanced Setup section,
page 4.
6 Occupied or Unoccupied Indication
Indicates the program number: Occupied 1, 2,
3, or Unoccupied. See pages 3 and 4.
7 Setup Indication
Indicates the thermostat is in the programming mode. See page 4.
8 Fan Operation Indication
Fan
— indicates constant continuous
fan operation.
When Fan On Icon is not lit — indicates the
fan will only operate when necessary to heat
or to cool.
9 Locked Indication
Locked appears after the right combination of
buttons are pressed, rendering the buttons
inoperative. See page 5.
10 Start/Stop Indication
Start or Stop appears when programming
timer functions. See page 3.
Page 2
Basic Operation
Programming
Occupied and Unoccupied Periods
Select Mode
The HEAT setting indicates
the temperature the room has
to reach before the unit will
turn on to heat the room.
M
:
Pm
HEAT
The COOL setting indicates
the temperature the room has
to reach before the unit will
turn on to cool the room.
:
Select the maximum number
of occupied periods to be
used on any one day.
Typically 1.
(1,2 or 3)
occupied 1
Adjust the cooling
set point for occupied 1.
occupied 1
Pm
M
COOL
COOL
(35 to 99 F)
AUTO will automatically
select heat or cool based on
room temperature demand.
M
:
Pm
COOL
AUTO
HEAT
occupied 1
Adjust the heating
set point for occupied 1.
Program On will activate the
stored timer operation.
(Occupied and Unoccupied
periods.)
:
ProgramOn
COOL
HEAT
(35 to 99 F)
Pm
M
unoccupied
COOL
HEAT
OFF indicates the system is
turned off.
:
Adjust the cooling
set point for unoccupied
periods.
Pm
unoccupied
COOL
(35 to 99 F)
M
unoccupied
Adjust the heating
set point for unoccupied
periods.
(35 to 99 F)
Select Desired Temperature
:
COOL
HEAT
In any mode, adjust the
desired Set Point Temperature
with
Pm
M
COOL
Select the day for
Occupied 1.
AUTO
M
occupied 1
(M-Su)
HEAT
buttons.
Pressing the up/down buttons in Auto mode will adjust both the
heat and cool set point temperatures simultaneously.
Pressing the up/down buttons in Heat or Cool modes will adjust
only the heat or cool set point temperature.
Override
Su
:
ProgramOn
Stop
Pm
unoccupied
COOL
HEAT
:
:
Su
Pm
ProgramOn
Pm
occupied 1
COOL
Override
HEAT
Adjust the start time
for occupied 1.
During programmed, unoccupied
periods a press of the Override
button will force the thermostat
into Occupied 1 comfort settings,
temporarily.
With each successive push of the
Override button, the override timer will add 30 minutes, until the
maximum of 4 hours is reached.
Then the next press will zero out
the override timer, returning to unoccupied if there are no further
button presses.
When in Override, the Override
icon and the Occupied 1 icon
appear on the display.
The time of day clock alternates
with the time remaining in
override.
During Override, the set point
temperatures are adjustable, provided the keypad is not locked.
Adjust the stop time
for occupied 1.
Select Occupied 1 to run
on this day (On), or not to
run this day (Off).
Page 3
:
Am
Start
occupied 1
M
M
M
:
Pm Stop
occupied 1
occupied 1
Programming
Occupied and Unoccupied Periods
The copy command becomes available
after the maximum number of occupied
periods are programmed in a day. This
example uses 1 as the maximum occupied
periods ever programmed in one day.
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Tu
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Selecting Yes, then pressing Mode will copy the previous day’s program and
then will ask the same copy question again. If yes is selected each time, this
routine will repeat until Saturday is copied to Sunday. After Saturday is
copied to Sunday, the copy command is unavailable.
Tu
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occupied 1
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to midnight and from midnight to the stop time on
the same day. For example: 9:00pm start, 8:00am
stop, on Monday. In this example the program will
run from 12:00am Monday to 8:00am Monday and
again from 9:00pm Monday to 12:00pm Monday.
The Unoccupied settings take effect at all times
when: (1) the program is on and (2) the current time
is outside a preset occupied period. For this reason
start and stop times are not necessary for
unoccupied.
If the same start and stop times are programmed in
for an occupied period, then it will run 24 hours.
If one occupied period starts and stops within
another occupied period the lower occupied number has priority. For example: If Occupied 3 is programmed to be “on” 24 hours, and Occupied 2 is
programmed to run that day, then Occupied 2 settings will take over from Occupied 3 between Occupied 2 start and stop times.
To program Occupied 2 and Occupied 3 modes
repeat programming steps for Occupied 1.
Advanced Setup
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Am
:
Pm
Steps 1 and 2 were performed on page 2. Advanced Setup
begins with Step 3.
Start
occupied 1
Tu
Setup
Tu
unoccupied123
Stop
occupied 1
OFF
Setup
Setup
Setup
Selecting Yes, then pressing Mode will copy the previous day’s program and then will ask
the same copy question again. If yes is selected each time, this routine will repeat until Saturday is copied to Sunday. After Saturday is copied to Sunday, the copy command is
unavailable.
If no is selected, as in previous steps, flashing prompts for input will appear for start and
stop times for Occupied 1. If more than one occupied period was selected in Step 1 on
page 3, then cool/heat set points, and start/stop times for additional occupied periods will
be prompted.
Setup
Locked
PROGRAMMING NOTES
Setup
• If only 1 Occupied period is selected in step 1 on
page 3, Occupied 2 and 3 programming steps are
skipped. Further, if only 2 occupied periods are
selected, Occupied 3 programming steps are
skipped.
• Heat and Cool set points for Occupied 1 are the
same for every day of the week. Heat and Cool set
points for Occupied 2 and 3 can be adjusted differently for each day of the week, if desired.
• If the start time is set later in the day than the
stop time, the program will run from the start time
Locked
F
Setup
Locked
F
Page 4
• MINIMUM HEAT/COOL SET POINT DIFFERENCE
— The Heat and Cool set point temperature will not
be allowed to come any closer to each other than
the value set in Advanced Setup Step 5, on page 4.
This minimum difference is enforced during Auto
changeover and Program On operation.
• ENERGY SAVING SMART FAN — If Fan On is
selected, the fan will run continuously at all times,
except in Off, and will only run if there is a heating
or cooling demand in Unoccupied periods.
• OVERRIDE — As explained on page 3, pressing
the Override button during a programmed, Unoccupied period will force the thermostat into Occupied
1, temporarily, up to 4 hours. If the Override button
is pressed during an Occupied period, the thermostat will be forced into Unoccupied and the occupied number (1,2 or 3), it was forced out of will be
turned off, only for that day.
During Override periods the set point temperature
may be adjusted, but they will not be remembered
after Override ends.
• HEAT — First Stage = Heat Pump. Second Stage =
Heat Pump and Electric Heat.
• FAN PURGE TIMER — When this feature is activated, the fan will turn on during Unoccupied at a
preset amount of time prior to Occupied 1. This preoccupancy fan purge timer may be set as instructed
on this page, Step 12, from 0 to 3 hours. 0 = this
feature turned off.
• KEYPAD LOCK — To prevent unauthorized use of
the thermostat, the front panel buttons may be disabled. To disable, or ‘lock’ the keypad, press and
hold in the Mode button. While holding the Mode
button in, press the Up and Down buttons in
together. The Locked icon will appear on the
display.
Advanced Setup
F
=
to
Press the Mode button. While holding the Mode, press the Program button
leave the Setup screens. If no buttons are pressed, the display will leave the
setup screens after 30 seconds.
Advanced Setup Table
STEP
NO.
1
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION
RANGE
24 hour
Su - Sa
Off / On
1-6F
0-6F
2F
6
7
8
9
10
11
Time of day clock set
Day of the week
Heat Pump
Deadband or Temperature swing
Forced minimum difference heat/
cool
Cycles per hour
Security Levels
Maximum allowable Heat set point
Minimum allowable Cool set point
Fahrenheit or Celsius
Thermoglow™ backlight
FACTORY
DEFAULT
12:00 Am
Mo
Off
2F
6
0
80 F
65 F
F
On
12
Fan Purge timer
13
Soft Start
d, d1, 2 - 6
0-3
35 - 99 F
35 - 99 F
F/C
Off / On
0:00 - 3:00
min.
0 - 99
5
:
ON
To unlock the buttons, again press and hold the
Mode button. While holding the Mode button in,
press the Up and Down buttons in together. The
Locked icon will disappear from the display.
• DRY CONTACT SWITCH — The terminals are ‘normally open’. Closing or completing the circuit will
cause the thermostat to enter Occupied 1. This feature allows an external device such as a Central
Time Clock, Occupancy Sensor, or a Telephone
activated device to force 1 or more thermostats into
Occupied 1. For the Dry Contact to work the thermostat must be in Program On. Set Occupied 1
to Off for all 7 days, so the Contact closure will be in
control. When the thermostat is forced into
Occupied 1 via the Dry Contact closure, the icon
Occupied 1 will blink.
0:00 min.
0
• CLOCK BACKUP — In the event of a power loss,
the thermostat internal clock will continue to keep
proper time for a minimum of 48 hours without
external power or batteries.
• TWO-STAGE OPERATION — The Second Stage of
heat (Heat pump models only) is turned on when
(1) the first Stage has been on for a minimum of two
minutes, and (2) the temperature spread from the
set point is equal to or greater than: the set point
temperature plus the deadband, plus 2 degrees.
2 degrees 2 degrees
3rd Stage
High
2nd Stage
turn on
2nd Stage
Med
CK1
GND
Cooling
Dead
Band
1st Stage Heat
turn on Set Point
1st Stage
Low
Dead
Band
2 degrees 2 degrees
Cool
Set Point
unoccupied
Locked
About Advanced Features and Operation
Heating
Program On
Pm
W
1st Stage
turn on
Low
Med
High
Fan Speeds
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amount that they were adjusted, prior to entering
Auto.
For example: If the Cool set point was set to 80
while in the Cool mode and the Heat set point was
adjusted to 70 while in the Heat mode, upon entering the Auto mode the Heat and Cool set points
would be 80 and 70. Both set point temperatures
would then move up and down together, (in this
example spread by 10 degrees), by pressing the up
or down buttons.
To move the Heat and Cool set point temperatures
closer together, enter the Cool or Heat mode by
pressing the Mode button, then adjust the set point
temperatures closer together. Heat is limited to how
close it can come to Cool by Step 5, page 4.
• REMOTE SENSORS (Optional Accessory) —
When connected to terminals RS+5, RS, and GND
on the back of the thermostat, the thermostat will
read the temperature from the Remote Sensor and
ignore the temperature sensor inside the thermostat. The thermostat automatically recognizes when
a Remote Sensor is connected. When reading the
temperature from the remote, the degree icon
above the room temperature blinks once a second.
The Override button
on the Remote Sensor
works slightly different
than the Override button on the front panel.
Each press of the
Optional
Remote Sensor
‘External’ Override butOptional Sensor
ton adds 2 hours to the
override timer. If the
timer was already active, the first button press will
round the runtime to either 2:00 or 4:00.
Subsequent button presses will not wraparound as
the Override button on the thermostat does, so the
second or greater button press will set the runtime
to 4:00. The Locked feature has no effect on the
external Override button. The wired Remote Sensor
is connected to the thermostat with up to 500 ft of
20 ga. or 300 ft of 18 ga. thermostat wire. See the
Remote Sensor instructions for further details.
• FACTORY DEFAULTS — Before restoring factory
defaults, set thermostat to OFF mode. If, for any
reason it is desirable to return all stored settings
back to the factory default settings, press the Mode
button. While holding the Mode button in, press the
Fan button for 5 seconds. All icons will appear.
Press and hold in the Fan button until Fd appears.
This resets all factory settings. To calibrate room
temperature, press the Up and Down buttons at
the same time twice. At this point use the Up and
Down buttons to calibrate room temperature, if
needed. Press the Mode button to return to normal
operation.
About Advanced Features and Operation
• HOLIDAY MODE — This feature forces the thermostat into Unoccupied for a preset duration, up to
99 days. The Holiday setup display is entered as
follows:
1
HOLIDAY
2
The thermostat will enter the Holiday mode when
the clock crosses midnight.
During Holiday mode Unoccupied set points are
enforced.
The Override button is active during Holiday mode.
It will override to Occupied 1 settings up to 4 hours
then return to Holiday mode. The Dry Contact
Switch is ignored.
The thermostat will exit Holiday mode at midnight of
the final programmed day. To terminate Holiday
immediately, enter the Holiday setup screen and
select 0.
• SOFT START — This feature is utilized in multiple
thermostat installations controlled by the Dry Contact terminals. Assigning a unique Soft Start number to each thermostat will stagger the turn on
times, even though the Dry Contact closes, for all
the thermostats connected, at the same time. Each
Soft Start number represents a multiple of 30 seconds from the Dry Contact closure. For example,
no. 1 = turn on 30 seconds after Dry Contact closure, no. 2 = turn on 60 seconds after closure,
no. 3 = turn on 90 seconds after closure, and so on.
See page 5, Step 13, to configure the thermostat for
Soft Start.
• DUAL SET POINT BEHAVIOR — The adjustable
set point range is: 35 to 99 degrees in Fahrenheit
and 7 to 35 degrees in Celsius. When in the modes
Heat or Cool, this adjustable range is unhampered.
When adjusting any Auto mode, including programming Occupied and Unoccupied periods, the thermostat will not allow the Heat set point to get closer
to the Cool set point than the value programmed as
the minimum difference in Step 5, page 4.
When entering the Auto mode from Cool, the Heat
and Cool set points will remain spread apart by the
OVER
RIDE
OVER
RIDE
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Warranty
One-Year Warranty — This Product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship. If it
appears within one year from the date of original installation, whether or not actual use begins on that
date, that the product does not meet this warranty, a new or remanufactured part, at the manufacturer’s
sole option, to replace any defective part will be provided without charge for the part itself; PROVIDED the
defective part is returned to the distributor through a qualified servicing dealer.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE LABOR OR OTHER COSTS incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing,
installing, shipping, servicing or handling of either defective parts or replacement parts. Such costs may be
covered by a separate warranty provided by the installer.
THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS IN THEIR ORIGINAL INSTALLATION LOCATION AND BECOMES
VOID UPON REINSTALLATION.
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES — ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY) ARE HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD FOR
WHICH THE LIMITED WARRANTY IS GIVEN. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN
IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE EXPRESSED WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS
WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND MANY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR,
DEALER, OR OTHER PERSON WHATSOEVER.
ALL WORK UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE PERFORMED DURING NORMAL WORKING HOURS.
ALL REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHETHER NEW OR REMANUFACTURED, ASSUME AS THEIR WARRANTY PERIOD ONLY
THE REMAINING TIME PERIOD OF THIS WARRANTY.
THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
1. Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or owner’s manual including
filter cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication.
2. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized alteration or improper operation.
3. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers or other damages due to
the inadequacy or interruption of electrical service.
4. Damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments or other conditions
beyond the control of the Manufacturer.
5. Parts not supplied or designated by the Manufacturer, or damages resulting from their use.
6. Manufacturer products installed outside the continental U.S.A., Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada.
7. Electricity or fuel costs or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric heat.
8. ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from state
to state.
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Copyright 2004 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Catalog No. 535-329
Printed in U.S.A.
Form OM53-4
Pg 8
11-04
Replaces: New
Book 1 4
Tab 3e 2f