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Braeburn 3220 User manual
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User Manual
PREMIER
SERIES
Non-Programmable Thermostats
3020 For 1 Heat / 1 Cool Systems
3220 For Systems Up to 3 Heat / 2 Cool
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Contents
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1 About Your Thermostat
Thermostat Features ................................................3
Thermostat and Display ...........................................4
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Setting User Options
Advanced User Options ............................................6
Table of User Options ...............................................7
Service Monitors (Filter, UV and Humidifier Pad) .........8
Set Point Adjustment Limit .......................................8
Thermostat Lock Code ............................................ 9
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Operating Your Thermostat
Setting the System Control Mode ............................9
Setting the Fan Control Mode .................................10
Setting the Temperature .........................................11
Status Indicators ....................................................11
Resetting the Thermostat .......................................12
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Additional Operation Features
Auto Changeover Mode ....................................... 13
Compressor Protection ........................................14
Locking and Unlocking the Thermostat.................15
AC Power Monitor ............................................... 17
Indoor Remote Sensing ....................................... 17
Outdoor Remote Sensing .................................... 18
5 Thermostat Maintenance
Thermostat Cleaning ............................................19
Changing the Batteries .........................................19
Congratulations! You are in control of one of the easiest-to-use thermostats on the market today. This
thermostat has been designed to provide you with years of reliable performance and comfort control.
Features
• SpeedBar® Multi-Function Button simplifies programming and setting changes.
• Large 4 sq. in. bright blue backlit display is easy to read.
• Extra large display characters make viewing settings even easier.
• User selectable service monitors remind you of required system maintenance.
• Precise temperature accuracy keeps you in control of your comfort.
• Optional indoor or outdoor remote sensing.
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1 About Your Thermostat
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INSTRUCTIONS
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Thermostat and Display
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Room
Temperature....................... .Displays the current room temperature
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Set Temperature........................... .Displays the current set point temperature
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Reset Button ................................ .Resets current time, program and user settings
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SYSTEM Button............................. .Selects the system you want to control
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BACK Button................................. .Moves back in installer/user setup modes
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NEXT Button.................................. .Moves forward in installer/user setup modes
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RETURN Button............................. .Returns to normal mode from installer/user setup modes
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Service Indicators . ..................... .Displays various service/maintenance information
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FAN Button.................................... .Selects the system fan mode
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Quick Reference Instructions....... .Stored in slot located at top of thermostat
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Low Battery Indicator................... .Indicates when the batteries need to be replaced
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Fan Indicator................................. .Indicates when the system fan is running
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System Status Indicator .............. .Displays information about the status of the system
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Lock Mode Indicator . .................. .Indicates if the thermostat is locked
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SpeedBar® .................................... .Increases or decreases settings (time, temperature, etc.)
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Outdoor Temperature Indicator....Displays along with the outdoor temperature reading (see note below)
Battery Compartment .................. .Located in the back of thermostat
NOTE: If a Braeburn® outdoor sensor was connected you can view the outdoor temperature by pressing the
BACK and NEXT buttons at the same time.
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2 Setting User Options
Advanced User Options
User options allow you to customize some of your
thermostat’s features. Most users will not need to
make any changes to the settings in this section.
To enter the User Options menu, press and hold
the RETURN button for approximately 3 seconds
until the screen changes and displays the first
User Option.
Press the SpeedBar ® up or down to change the
setting for the displayed User Option. After you
have changed your desired setting, press NEXT
to advance to the next User Option. You may also
press BACK to move backwards through the
User Options.
When your changes are complete, press RETURN to exit.
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Table of User Options
NOTE: A detailed description of each User Option follows this table.
No. User Options
Factory Default
Setting
Options
Comments
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1 Filter Service
OFF
OFF
Monitor
30, 60, 90,
120, 180, 365
Disables filter service monitor feature.
Selects a number of days that must pass before the
thermostat will flash a Service Filter reminder
in the display screen.
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2 UV Light Service
OFF
OFF
Monitor
180, 365
Disables UV service monitor feature.
Selects a number of days before the thermostat will
flash a Service UV reminder in the display screen.
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3 Humidifier Pad
OFF
OFF
Service Monitor
180, 365
Disables pad service monitor feature.
Selects a number of days before the thermostat will
flash a Service Humid reminder in the display screen.
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Set Point
0 ADJ
Adjustment Limit* 5
Thermostat Lock Code 000
0, 1, 2, or 3
ADJ0 Selects a temperature adjustment limit of 0 (disabled), 8
1˚, 2˚ or 3˚.
0-9 Select a 3 digit lock code of 0-9 for each digit.
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* For this option to be available, thermostat must be set to security level 1 (See Installer Manual).
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Service Monitors
(Filter, UV and Humidifier Pad)
User Options 1, 2 and 3
There are three user selectable service monitors that will display
reminders for a required air filter, UV bulb or humidifier pad
replacement. The SERVICE segment flashes in the display
along with FILTER, UV or HUMID. When the service interval
has been reached, and required cleaning or replacement has
been performed, press the RETURN button to reset the
timer. Select OFF or a set number of days before the reminder
will appear.
Set Point Adjustment Limit
User Option 4
The Set Point Adjustment Limit will limit how much the
temperature can be adjusted from the current set point when
the thermostat is locked with security level 1(See Installer
Manual). This setting will not allow the user to override the
temperature past the selected limit amount of 1, 2 or 3 degrees
from the current set point. When the user reaches the adjustment
limit the screen will flash ADJ. A setting of 0 disables the
adjustment limit.
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Service Reminders
Thermostat Lock Code
User Option 5
The Thermostat Lock Code sets a 3-digit code that you may use at any time to lock or unlock the thermostat.
Setting the code in the user options mode does not activate the lock feature (See Locking/Unlocking Thermostat,
page 15). You may choose a 3-digit code with each digit being 0-9.
3 Operating Your Thermostat
Setting the SYSTEM Control Mode
The System Control has 5 modes of operation – AUTO, COOL, OFF, HEAT and EMER. The mode can be selected
by pressing the SYSTEM button to scroll through the different modes.
NOTE: Depending on how your thermostat was
configured, some system modes may not be available.
AUTO The system will cycle between heating and cooling
automatically based on your program set points.
AUTO will be displayed with either HEAT or COOL.
COOL Only your cooling system will operate.
OFF
Heating and cooling systems are off.
HEAT Only your heating system will operate
EMER Operates a backup heat source (Emergency Heat)
for heat pump systems only (Model 3220 only).
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Setting the FAN Control Mode
The Fan Control has 2 modes of operation – AUTO and ON. The mode can be selected by pressing the FAN
button to scroll through the different modes.
NOTE: Depending on how your thermostat was configured, some fan modes may not be available.
AUTO The system fan will run only when your heating
or cooling system is running.
ON
The system fan stays on.
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Setting the Temperature
SpeedBar
INSTRUCTIONS
Temperature Adjustment – Press the SpeedBar up or
down to adjust the current set temperature.
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Status Indicators
Status indicators appear in the display to let you know if
your system is heating, cooling or off.
HEAT ON Indicates that your heating system is running.
COOL ON Indicates that your cooling system is running.
AUX
Indicates that the auxiliary stage of heating is
running (Model 3220 - multi-stage systems only).
EMER
Indicates that the emergency heating system is running
(Model 3220 - heat pump systems only).
CHECK
Indicates that there is a potential problem with your
system. Contact a local service technician.
(Model 3220 only)
SERVICE Indicates a user selectable service reminder for
changing a filter, UV air purifier bulb or humidifier pad (See Service Monitors, page 8).
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Status
Indicator
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Resetting the Thermostat
INSTRUCTIONS
This thermostat provides you with a reset button that will
erase all of your user settings. The reset feature does not
affect the Installer Settings.
To reset the thermostat, use a small object such as a
tooth pick or paperclip and gently press the button located
inside the small hole on the front of the thermostat housing
labeled “reset”.
NOTE: You cannot reset the thermostat if it is locked.
Reset
Button
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4 Additional Operation Features
Auto Changeover Mode
Auto Changeover mode is a feature enabled/disabled in the Installer Settings
(see Installer Manual). If enabled, it is selected by pressing the SYSTEM button
until AUTO HEAT or AUTO COOL appears in the display.
When Auto Changeover mode is enabled and selected, the system automatically
switches between heating and cooling when the room temperature meets the
programmed heating or cooling set points. To operate properly, the thermostat
requires a “dead band” setting to eliminate program conflicts. The dead band is set
in the Installer Settings (See Installer Manual). The default setting is 3° F. Therefore,
you will not be able to set your heat or cool temperature within 3° F of each other. If a setting is made in either
heating or cooling which violates the dead band, the opposite mode will adjust up or down automatically to
maintain the programmed dead band spacing.
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Compressor Protection
Compressor protection is enabled/disabled in the Installer Settings (See Installer Manual). If enabled, this
feature is automatically present in cooling and/or heating (heat pump only) modes.
This thermostat includes an automatic compressor protection delay to avoid potential damage to your system
from short cycling. This feature activates a short delay after turning off the system compressor.
Additionally, for multi-stage heat pump systems, this thermostat provides cold weather compressor protection by
locking out the compressor stage(s) of heating for a period of time after a power outage greater than 60 minutes.
This cold weather compressor protection can be manually overridden at any time by changing the system mode
to OFF momentarily, then back to HEAT.
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Locking and Unlocking the Thermostat
Your 3-digit Lock Code is set in the “User Options” portion
of this manual (See “Setting User Options”, page 7 and 9).
Once the code is set, the thermostat can be locked or
unlocked at any time by entering that code.
To lock or unlock the thermostat, press and hold the NEXT
and RETURN buttons together for 5 seconds (Figure 1).
The screen will change, displaying 000 and LOCK will be
flashing (Figure 2). Press the SpeedBar® up or down to enter
the first digit of your lock code and then press NEXT to
advance to the next digit. Repeat this process to enter the
second and third digit of your lock code. After entering the
third digit, press RETURN.
Figure 1
Figure 2
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Locking and Unlocking the Thermostat (cont.)
If you entered a valid code the thermostat will be locked or unlocked
(depending on its previous state). When locked, the word LOCKED
appears in the display (Figure 3). If an invalid code is entered the
word NO will briefly appear, indicating that an incorrect code was
entered (Figure 4).
Figure 3
Figure 4
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AC Power Monitor
The AC Power Monitor feature is enabled in the Installer
Settings (See Installer Manual). If enabled, this feature will
automatically be present.
If your thermostat was hardwired (power provided from the system
with batteries as a backup) then the AC Power Monitor feature will
indicate when a loss of power to the thermostat has occurred by
displaying NOAC.
Indoor Remote Sensing
Indoor remote sensing is achieved by installing a Braeburn® remote indoor sensor and is configured in the
Installer Settings (See Installer Manual).
If a Braeburn indoor remote sensor was installed and properly configured in the Installer Settings, the thermostat
will sense temperature at a remote location or at a combination of a remote location and the thermostat location.
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INSTRUCTIONS
Outdoor Remote Sensing
Outdoor remote sensing is enabled by installing a
Braeburn® remote outdoor sensor. No additional
configuration is required.
If a Braeburn outdoor remote sensor was installed you
may press the BACK and NEXT buttons at the same time
to view the outdoor temperature.
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5 Thermostat Maintenance
Thermostat Cleaning
Never spray any liquid directly on the thermostat. Using a soft damp cloth wipe the outer body of the thermostat.
Never use any abrasive cleansers to clean your thermostat.
Changing the Batteries
This thermostat requires two (2) properly installed “AA”
alkaline batteries to provide power for the thermostat if
24 volt AC power is not connected. (See Installer Manual).
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If batteries become low, a battery indicator will appear
in the display. You should change your batteries immediately
when you see the low battery signal by following
these instructions.
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4.
Remove thermostat body by gently pulling it from base.
Remove old batteries and replace with new batteries.
Make sure to correctly position the (+) and (-) symbols.
Gently push thermostat body back onto base.
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NOTE: We recommend replacing the thermostat batteries annually or if the thermostat will be unattended for
an extended period of time.
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Limited Warranty
When installed by a professional contractor, this product is backed by a 5 year limited
warranty. Limitations apply. For limitations, terms and conditions, you may obtain a full
copy of this warranty:
· Visit us online: www.braeburnonline.com/warranty
· Phone us: 866.268.5599
· Write us: Braeburn Systems LLC
2215 Cornell Avenue
Montgomery, IL 60538
5
YEAR
LIMITED
WARRANT Y
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©2013 Braeburn Systems LLC • All Rights Reserved • Made in China.
3020W-110-02
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