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Homeowner`s Guide - Carrier ComfortChoice
Page 1
Replaces: OMTSTAT-3
11:33 AM
Form: OMTSTAT-7
8/24/01
© 1998 Carrier Corporation
Printed in the U.S.A. 9-98
Prog. Tstat HO Guide -3
Catalog No. 03TS-TA3
Carrier Corporation Indianapolis, IN 46231
PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT
Homeowner’s Guide
comfort
Intelligent, easy to use.
Congratulations on your purchase
of a new Carrier thermostat. Your
new thermostat combines computer-like
intelligence with extremely simple
operation in an elegant package.
Designed to maximize the performance
of your Carrier total indoor weather
system, our thermostats provide reliable,
accurate temperature control while
blending into any home’s decor. As you
read on, you’ll quickly see how easy it is
to set up and operate your new
thermostat and enjoy the comfort of your
home.
Page 1
Replaces: OMTSTAT-3
11:33 AM
Form: OMTSTAT-7
8/24/01
© 1998 Carrier Corporation
Printed in the U.S.A. 9-98
Prog. Tstat HO Guide -3
Catalog No. 03TS-TA3
Carrier Corporation Indianapolis, IN 46231
PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT
Homeowner’s Guide
comfort
Intelligent, easy to use.
Congratulations on your purchase
of a new Carrier thermostat. Your
new thermostat combines computer-like
intelligence with extremely simple
operation in an elegant package.
Designed to maximize the performance
of your Carrier total indoor weather
system, our thermostats provide reliable,
accurate temperature control while
blending into any home’s decor. As you
read on, you’ll quickly see how easy it is
to set up and operate your new
thermostat and enjoy the comfort of your
home.
8/24/01
11:33 AM
Room Temperature
Display shows current
room temperature.
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
END Button
“locks in” the most
recently entered
temperatures and
schedule.
▲
▲
RESET FILTER Button
restarts the timer that
determines the next air
filter change or cleaning.
HOLD Button maintains
the current temperature
and overrides programmed
temperature changes
until reset.
NOTE: Not all messages displayed in the above illustration will appear at once in any situation.
UP AND DOWN Buttons
change the temperature
settings. They are used for
programming and to access
outdoor temperature.
FAN Button
chooses ON
or AUTO fan
operation.
This is no ordinary thermostat.
Carrier listened to the needs of
homeowners nationwide and delivered
a product to meet those needs. The
result is a thermostat that interacts
with people as effectively as it does
with your heating and cooling system.
It’s a simple, yet powerful control that
puts comfort at your command.
* Available on selected models.
Making life easier.
features
Comfort at your command.
control
Clean Filter Indicator lets
you know it is time to clean
or replace your system’s air
filter.
▲
▲
CHANGE DAY Button
advances you to the next
day to be programmed
and advances the day of
the week display.
▲
Time of Day Display
▲
COPY PREVIOUS DAY
Button “memorizes”
the current day’s
comfort schedule and
copies it into the next
day’s schedule.
SET TIME/TEMP
Button
Temperature Settings Display
shows the temperature settings for
current time period.
▲
PROGRAM Button starts
the programming process
and moves you from one
step to the next.
Outdoor Temperature
Display shows the
outdoor temperature.
▲
▲
* Auxiliary Heat Indicator
is displayed when a heat
pump system’s auxiliary
heat is on.
MODE Button selects
OFF, HEAT, COOL, or
AUTO operation.
Heat pump thermostats
include EMERGENCY
HEAT mode.
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Take a few minutes to review
the features and functions listed
above. Carrier gives you control over
your comfort with simple instructions,
responsive push buttons and an easyto-read backlit display. Once set, this
thermostat reliably monitors indoor
temperatures and responsively meets
your comfort demands.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
Setting the current day........................................1
Setting the current time ......................................1
Setting the mode operation ................................2
Setting the fan operation ....................................3
Personalize your comfort....................................4
Setting your comfort schedule. ...........................5
Copying a daily schedule. ..................................8
OPERATING THE THERMOSTAT
Changing your comfort schedule......................10
Overriding your comfort schedule....................10
Checking the outdoor temperature ..................11
Checking current programmed time
and temperature settings ...............................12
Clean filter feature............................................13
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AUTO CHANGEOVER.........................................14
SMART RECOVERY .............................................15
What if…
The auxiliary heat indicator is displayed...........16
The clean filter indicator is displayed ...............16
The hold indicator is displayed.........................16
You have a power outage .................................17
You have a system error message .....................17
Warranty .............................................................18
Common Terms and Where to Find Them ...........19
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
1
Setting the current day
1
2
Press the CHANGE DAY button.
The day of the week will change.
Stop on the desired day. The thermostat
then follows the program schedule
for that day.
Setting the current time
1
Press the SET TIME/TEMP button.
The word TIME flashes on the display.
2
Press the UP or DOWN buttons
until the correct time is displayed. To quickly
advance to the proper time, press and hold
the UP or DOWN button. To ensure accurate
programming, be sure that AM or PM is
properly selected.
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
3
When the correct time appears on the display,
2
When the MODE button is pressed, the words
press the END button.
NOTE: If you choose not to press the END button,
the word TIME will stop flashing after 15 seconds.
OFF,
Setting mode operation
1
2
HEAT,
Press MODE button.
COOL,
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
3
Setting the fan operation
and AUTO
will rotate on the display.
If you have a heat pump, the display
will show OFF, HEAT, COOL, AUTO,
and EHEAT.
NOTE: In AUTO mode, your system will heat OR
cool as needed to reach your temperature settings.
AUTO mode may be turned off. Contact your
indoor weather expert for details.
3
Continue to press the MODE
button until you reach the desired setting.
1
Press the FAN button to switch
between ON and AUTO fan settings.
When the ON mode is selected, the fan runs
continuously for improved air circulation.
When the AUTO mode is selected, the fan
runs only as needed to maintain your indoor
temperature settings.
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
Personalize Your Comfort
Before you program your thermostat, take
a moment to plan your temperature
schedule. Each day of the week is divided
into 4 time periods: WAKE, DAY,
EVENING, and SLEEP.
For each time period, enter a start time,
heating temperature, and cooling
temperature in the appropriate blank.
Once completed, this chart will be your
guide during programming.
NOTE: Your thermostat requires your cooling
temperature to be at least 2° higher than your
heating temperature.
4
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
Setting your comfort schedule
Before you begin programming, refer to
page 4 of this manual to plan your
personal comfort schedule.
1
Press the PROGRAM button.
The word PROGRAMMING appears on the
display and the word TIME flashes on
the display.
5
Above the clock, the word WAKE, DAY, EVE,
or SLEEP will appear. The day to be programmed
is displayed with a 2-letter abbreviation:
MO, TU, WE, TH, FR, SA, or SU.
NOTE: Your thermostat will always start the
programming process in the current time
period and current day. You may wish to begin
programming on a different day or time period.
To change the time period, press the PROGRAM
button as needed until the correct time period,
WAKE, DAY, EVE, or SLEEP appears. Press the
CHANGE DAY button to display the desired day.
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
6
NOTE: Pressing the SET TIME/TEMP button
allows you to select between HEAT, COOL and
TIME settings.
2
3
Using your personalized comfort
schedule as a guide, press the UP and
DOWN buttons to set the time for the
indicated time period.
Press the SET TIME/TEMP button.
The word HEAT flashes on the display.
4
5
Press the UP and DOWN buttons
to adjust the heating temperature setting to
match your personalized comfort schedule.
Press the SET TIME/TEMP button to
select the cooling temperature setting for this
time period.
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
The word COOL flashes on the display.
6
Press the UP and DOWN buttons
to adjust the cooling temperature setting
listed in your personalized comfort schedule.
NOTE: Don’t forget, your COOL setting must be at
least 2° higher than your HEAT setting. Your thermostat will automatically change your previously
set temperature to maintain that 2° difference.
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7
Press the PROGRAM button to
advance to the next time period. Following
your personalized comfort schedule, enter
times and temperatures for DAY, EVE, and
SLEEP time periods.
You have now programmed 1 day into your
thermostat. At this time, you can
either repeat steps 1-7 until all days of the
week have been programmed, OR you can
copy the schedule onto the remaining days of
the week. See the section on ”Copying a
daily schedule“ for details.
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
NOTE: During programming, if you have not
touched a button or made an entry within 3
minutes, the programming mode will automatically
shut off. Anything you have programmed will
be saved.
8
Press the END button when
you finish entering your comfort schedule.
NOTE: Once you’ve programmed your comfort
schedule, the thermostat will continue operating on
that program until you enter an alternative
schedule. It may be appropriate to adjust
temperatures as seasons change.
8
Copying a daily schedule
Typically, your Monday through Friday
comfort schedule will be the same. That’s
why the thermostat includes a COPY
PREVIOUS DAY button. When
programming, this eliminates the need to
re-enter identical information for each day.
1
2
Program a daily schedule.
Suggestion: Start with Monday so the
following 4 days can be copied.
Press the CHANGE DAY button
to move to the next day.
PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT
3
Press the COPY PREVIOUS DAY
button.
The previous day’s schedule will be entered
into the new day.
4
Continue this process by repeating
steps 2 and 3.
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10
OPERATING THE THERMOSTAT
Changing your comfort schedule
Overriding your comfort schedule
1
There are 2 ways to override the existing
program.
2
3
Press the PROGRAM button to
begin the programming process.
Make necessary changes by
following previous sections.
Press the END button to
end the programming process.
NOTE: Entering new information always deletes
the old selections. Refer to the table of contents
at the front of this guide to locate the type of
programming you desire.
1
Pressing the HOLD button.
By pressing the HOLD button, the
thermostat will maintain the current
temperature settings and ignore the comfort
schedule for an indefinite period of time.
The word HOLD will appear in the display.
Press the HOLD button a second time and
the thermostat will resume normal
operation, returning the temperature settings
to the programmed comfort schedule. The
thermostat will change the temperature
setting as needed upon the next program
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OPERATING THE THERMOSTAT
change the other temperature setting as
needed. The thermostat will automatically
restore the comfort schedule settings at the
next programmed time.
cycle. Pressing HOLD will not
permanently alter your set program.
Checking the outdoor temperature
4
Pressing the UP or DOWN buttons.
By pressing the UP or DOWN button, the
current temperature settings appear on the
display. Pressing the UP or DOWN button
again will temporarily change the temperature
setting above the flashing indicator as needed.
To change the other setting for this time
period, press the SET TIME/TEMP button until
the other setting indicator flashes. Pressing the
UP or DOWN button again will temporarily
1
Press the UP and DOWN buttons
simultaneously.
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OPERATING THE THERMOSTAT
2
The outdoor temperature will appear on
the display.
NOTE: If 2 dashes (--) appear, your
thermostat does not include the outdoor
temperature sensor or the sensor is not working
properly. Check with your dealer if you are unsure.
Checking current programmed time
and temperature settings
1
Press the PROGRAM button.
2
3
4
The current time and temperature settings
for the current day and time period are
displayed for you to check.
Press the PROGRAM button again
to advance to the next time period for same
day. Continue this process to review all
settings for the day.
Press the CHANGE DAY button to
view the next day’s settings.
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OPERATING THE THERMOSTAT
5
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to review entire 7 day
schedule.
CAUTION: Pressing any other buttons while reviewing
current selections could alter the set program.
6
Clean filter feature
Your thermostat reminds you when it’s
time to change or clean your filter by
displaying the CLEAN FILTER indicator.
Press the END button to
exit the program mode.
Checking current temperature
The thermostat will display current
temperature. To view your current
temperature settings, press the UP or
DOWN button once. The heat and cool
temperature settings will be displayed.
1
Press the RESET FILTER button
after you have changed or cleaned your filter
to restart the timer.
AUTO CHANGEOVER
Your thermostat provides complete,
automatic control over heating and
cooling with auto changeover. Auto
changeover means your system will
automatically heat or cool as needed to
maintain your temperature set points.
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Auto changeover makes life easier because
you no longer have to manually switch the
thermostat between heating or cooling
operation. Just set your heating and
cooling set points and let the system do
the rest!
NOTE: If auto changeover is not necessary
in your area of the country, your installer may
disable the AUTO mode.
15
SMART RECOVERY
Smart recovery is a feature of your new
thermostat designed to save energy by
gradually adjusting temperatures.
When it’s time for a programmed
temperature change, smart recovery
begins working in advance, turning the
system on and off as needed to slowly
adjust the indoor temperature. During
these transition periods, you may notice
that the actual temperature and your
temperature setting don’t match. That’s
smart recovery in action, adjusting
temperatures in small increments for
greater energy efficiency. This is more
energy efficient than simply allowing the
system to operate at full capacity until the
desired temperature has been met.
NOTE: The thermostat will start adjusting the
temperature 1.5 hours before the scheduled
temperature change. Smart recovery does not
apply to cooling operation.
WHAT IF…
AUXILIARY HEAT indicator is displayed…
The AUX HT indicator appears on the heat
pump version of the
thermostat only. It is displayed when your
system is operating on auxiliary heat.
NOTE: This indicator does not reflect a problem
with your system.
CLEAN FILTER indicator is displayed…
The CLEAN FILTER indicator tells you
when to clean or replace your system’s air
filter. Press the RESET FILTER button after
cleaning or replacing the filter to turn off
the indicator and restart the timer.
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NOTE: This indicator does not reflect a problem
with your system.
HOLD indicator is displayed…
The HOLD indicator reminds you that
your thermostat’s comfort schedule has
been overridden. This function will hold the
current temperature settings indefinitely, so
it can be used to hold an energy-saving
temperature setting for several days if
needed. Press the HOLD button to resume
normal system operation.
NOTE: This indicator does not reflect a problem
with your system.
WHAT IF…
You have a power outage…
An internal power source eliminates the
need to reprogram the thermostat after
power outages. The comfort schedule you
have entered will be maintained indefinitely.
The clock will run for 72 hours.
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You have a system error message…
The display may appear as follows: --, E2,
or E3
-- indicates a problem with the
indoor air sensor
E2 indicates low line voltage
E3 indicates a problem with the
outdoor air sensor
WARRANTY
This thermostat includes a 1-year limited
warranty. For detailed warranty information,
please refer to the All Product Limited
Warranty Card included in your information
packet. This thermostat is also eligible for
manufacturer’s extended system
warranties. Ask your dealer for details on
extended warranties for longer-term
protection.
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COMMON TERMS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
Auxiliary Heat .................................Pg. 16
Most heat pump systems require a
supplemental heating source, called auxiliary
heat, to maintain your comfort when outdoor
temperatures fall significantly. Your thermostat
lets you know when your home is being
warmed with supplemental heat.
NOTE: For additional energy savings opportunities,
ask your dealer about locking out auxiliary heat at
a selected outdoor temperature.
Change Day .......................................Pg. 1
Change day is a function of your
thermostat’s programming. Once you’ve
programmed a day’s heating or cooling
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schedule, you move to the next day by
pressing the CHANGE DAY button. This
button also advances the day of the week
on the display.
Clean Filter ......................................Pg. 13
Your system’s air filter will require regular
cleaning to reduce the dirt and dust in the
system and your indoor air. The CLEAN
FILTER indicator lets you know when it’s
time to clean the filter.
Comfort Schedule..............................Pg. 4
The comfort schedule is a personalized list
of the heating and cooling temperature
settings along with a corresponding time
COMMON TERMS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
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of day. This schedule includes 4 time
periods per day, and can feature a different
comfort schedule each day of the week.
Emergency Heat ................................Pg. 3
This indicates that auxiliary heat is being
used without the compressor.
Copy Previous Day ............................Pg. 8
This programming function allows you to
copy the previously programmed day for
use in setting the current day’s schedule. It
is activated by pressing the COPY
PREVIOUS DAY button.
End ....................................................Pg. 2
The END button returns the thermostat to
normal operation.
Current Day and Time .......................Pg. 1
The day of the week and current time are
displayed continuously on the display.
Fan.....................................................Pg. 3
Your system’s fan can run continuously
or only as called for during heating or
cooling. Continuous operation helps with
air circulation and cleaning. Automatic
operation provides better efficiency. Press
the FAN button to make your choice.
COMMON TERMS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
Hold ..................................................Pg. 2
This function allows you to override the
programmed temperature settings.
Mode. ................................................Pg. 2
Mode refers to the type of operation your
system is set up to perform. Mode settings
include: OFF, HEAT, COOL, and AUTO.
Heat pump systems also include
EMERGENCY HEAT (EHEAT).
Outdoor Temperature ......................Pg. 11
Your thermostat not only registers the
indoor temperature, but it may also
be equipped to register and display the
outdoor temperature as well. Press the UP
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and DOWN buttons simultaneously to
read the outdoor temperature display.
Override ..........................................Pg. 10
Temporarily disregards the thermostat’s
programmed temperature settings and
schedules. You can override the system by
pressing the HOLD button to maintain the
current temperature indefinitely or by
pressing the UP and DOWN buttons to
change the temperature settings for the
remainder of the current period.
Power Outage..................................Pg. 17
Complete loss of electricity. Your
thermostat has an internal power source
COMMON TERMS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
that allows it to continue to run for 72
hours or more without electricity.
Programmed settings are stored indefinitely
without the aid of batteries.
Program .............................................Pg. 5
The program function of your thermostat
allows you to enter time and temperature
information into the thermostat. To activate
the program function, press the PROGRAM
button.
Reset Filter.......................................Pg. 13
The reset filter function turns off the
CLEAN FILTER indicator and restarts the
timer. Press the RESET FILTER button after
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you’ve cleaned and replaced the system’s
air filter.
Set Time .............................................Pg. 1
This function allows you to set the proper
time, ensuring accurate heating and
cooling schedules. Press the SET
TIME/TEMP button to activate.
Temperature Sensors........................Pg. 12
Temperature sensors measure the current
indoor or outdoor temperatures which
are displayed on the thermostat.
COMMON TERMS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
Temperature Settings .........................Pg. 7
These settings are the temperatures
programmed into the thermostat as part of
your comfort schedule. The actual room
temperature will automatically be
displayed, but you can check the desired
temperature for the current mode by
pressing either the UP or DOWN button.
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Time of Day .......................................Pg. 4
When programming the thermostat, time
of day refers to the 4 time periods
available, including WAKE, DAY, EVE, and
SLEEP. Time of day also refers to the time
shown on the thermostat’s display.
Up and Down Buttons.......................Pg. 1
These buttons are used to set the clock
and enter other time and temperature
information.
11:33 AM
Page 1
Replaces: OMTSTAT-3
8/24/01
Form: OMTSTAT-7
Printed in the U.S.A. 9-98
Prog. Tstat HO Guide -3
© 1998 Carrier Corporation
Catalog No. 03TS-TA3
Carrier Corporation Indianapolis, IN 46231
PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT
Homeowner’s Guide
Intelligent, easy to use.
comfort
Congratulations on your purchase
of a new Carrier thermostat. Your
new thermostat combines computer-like
intelligence with extremely simple
operation in an elegant package.
Designed to maximize the performance
of your Carrier total indoor weather
system, our thermostats provide reliable,
accurate temperature control while
blending into any home’s decor. As you
read on, you’ll quickly see how easy it is
to set up and operate your new
thermostat and enjoy the comfort of your
home.
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