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Table of Contents
ATA11U03
Safety Considerations
2
General2
Operation2
Thermostat Button Identification
2
Thermostat On-Screen Indicators
2
Setting Heating and Cooling Temperatures
2
Turning the Heating and Cooling System Off
2
Using the Fan
2
Auto Changeover
3
Locked Keypad
3
Power Outage
3
Cleaning3
Revision History
Non-Programmable
Heat Pump Commercial
Thermostat
User Operating
Instructions
97B0055N10
Revised: 16 September, 2013
FOR END USER
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Safety Considerations
Do not attempt to make repairs to this thermostat,
contact owner.
General
Non-programmable heat pump two-speed fan operation
thermostats are wall-mounted, low-voltage thermostats
which maintain room temperature by con­trolling
the operation of a heating and/or air conditioning
system. A variety of features are provided including
sepa­rate heating and cooling set points, auto or
manual changeover, fan selection (high or low auto or
continuous), keypad lockout, and back­lighting.
No batteries required.
Thermostat On-Screen Indicators — The following
on-screen indicators can be displayed on the thermostat
display. See Fig. 2 for location of indicators.
• Fan mode - on (LO and HI) or auto (LO and HI) (1)
• Current temperature (2)
• Mode (3)
• Fahrenheit or Celsius units (4)
• Keypad is locked (no padlock means unlocked) (5)
• Auxiliary heat (not used with this thermostat) (6)
• Current set point (7)
Figure 2: Thermostat On-Screen Indicators
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3
2
Figure 1: Thermostat Button Identification
1
2
mode
heat
cool
fan
1
O
F
O
C
auto
off
auto
fan
on
set at
3
4
Fig. 1 — Thermostat Button Identification
Operation
Thermostat Button Identification — The following
buttons are located on the thermostat display. See Fig. 1
for button locations.
• FAN (1) — Selects how the fan operates continuous
(ON) or cycling with compressor (AUTO) and either high
(HI) or low (LO) speed
• MODE (2) — Selects whether thermostat is set for heating, cooling, auto (heat and cool as needed), or off
• UP (3) — Increases the temperature or adjusts the screen selection up when setting advanced features
• DOWN (4) — Decreases the temperature or adjusts the
screen selection down when setting advanced features
2
auto
off
auto
fan
on
F
C
4
5
actual temp
set at
actual temp
aux
heat on
2
heat
cool
aux heat
on
6
7
Fig. 2 — Thermostat On-Screen Indicators
Setting Heating and Cooling Temperatures — The
thermostat is installed with the heating set at 68 F and
the cooling set at 78 F. Perform the following procedure
to change the temperature setting:
1. To change the heating temperature, press the mode button on the left until the screen displays “heat”.
2. Press the up or down button located on the right side of the display until the desired temperature is reached.
3. To change the cooling temperature, press the mode button on the left until the screen displays “cool”.
4. Press the up or down button located on the right side of the display until the desired temperature is reached.
Turning Heating and Cooling System Off — To use the
thermostat to turn the heating and cooling system off,
press the mode button until the display shows “off” in
the upper left corner.
Using the Fan — Pressing the fan button cycles through
the four selections; fan on LO, fan on HI, fan auto LO,
and fan auto HI. The fan can operate continuously
(fan ON) or cycle with compressor (auto fan).
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Auto Changeover — The thermostat displays one of four
modes: heat, cool, auto ( heat cool) and off. When the
mode selection is in auto mode, the system is allowed to
switch from heating to cooling or from cooling to heating
to maintain the temperature set points.
Locked Keypad — The thermostat is locked when the
pad-lock symbol is shown on the thermostat display.
A locked thermostat will inhibit making adjustments.
Contact owner to unlock.
Power Outage — If the building loses electricity, the
thermostat will not need to be reprogrammed. The
settings are retained in memory.
Cleaning — Remove dust from top of thermostat. Clean
with damp cloth. Do not use sprays.
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring
obligations.
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Revision History
Date:
Item:
09/16/13
Miscellaneous
08/27/13
First Published
Action:
Updated
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Rev.: 16 September, 2013
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