Product Manual TS3000 Series Description Remote Temperature Sensors

Product Manual TS3000 Series Description Remote Temperature Sensors
Product Manual
TS3000 Series
Remote Temperature Sensors
Communicating Thermostats
Description
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The TS3000 Series temperature sensors provide the
remote temperature inputs for Superstat commercial
programmable thermostats. Eight models are available
for various applications, including:
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• Decorator or Security style space temperature
• Two-or three-sensor space temperature averaging
• Space temperature with manual occupancy button
• Discharge/Return air temperature
• Outside air temperature
• Mixed air temperature
SECURITY STYLE
Security Style sensors are mounted on standard 2" x 4"
conduit boxes using the enclosed mounting screws. The
mounting screws are installed using an allen wrench,
which is included with the sensor. The mounting location should be on an interior wall which reflects the average room temperature, at a height of approximately five
feet above the finished floor. Avoid unventilated locations
and areas exposed to direct sunlight, unusual heat
sources, open doors and windows.
Both wiring and operation are specifically configured to
compliment the Superstat family of thermostats. The
sensors are drift-free and linear over a wide temperature
range.
Mounting
DECORATOR STYLE
Mount the Decorator Style sensors directly to block or
drywall. Open the sensor housing. Mount the back of
the housing using mounting screws and bantam plugs
included with the sensor. Attach the front of the housing
to the back using the two allen screws and allen wrench
included with the sensor. The mounting location should
be on an interior wall which reflects the average room
temperature, at a height of approximately five feet above
the finished floor. Avoid unventilated locations and areas
exposed to direct sunlight, unusual heat sources, windows and open doors.
DISCHARGE/RETURN STYLE
Discharge/Return Style sensors have a mounting plate
as part of the sensor assembly. Drill a 1 1/4" hole in the
duct at the desired location. Insert the probe end of the
sensor into the ductwork and affix the sensor to the duct
with two #10 sheet metal screws.
AVERAGING STYLE
Mount the Averaging Style element in a zigzag fashion
across the air flow of the duct using the mounting clips
provided with the sensor. Secure the end of the element
with cable ties. Drill a 1 1/4" hole in the duct and mount
the small conduit box enclosure. Insert the wiring end of
the element through the protruding nylon fitting on the
small conduit box.
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OUTSIDE STYLE
Outside Style sensors are designed to be installed on a
threaded piece of 1/2” conduit. The sensing probe must
point downward. The mounting location should be on
northerly exposed walls, away from direct sunlight. This
sensor should be properly sealed to prevent water and
moisture from entering the enclosure.
five position terminal block. Connect '1' to '1', '2' to '2', '3'
to '3', '4' to '4' and '5' to '5'. Terminal '1' is the 'Warmer'
button, terminal '2' is the 'Cooler' button, terminal '3' is
the 'Override' button, terminal '4' is the 'Occupied LED'
button and terminal '5' is the circuit 'Ground'. Shieleded
wire must be used for the sensor connection whether or
not the other wires are shielded or not.
Wiring
TS3020 & TS3030 WIRING
The TS3020 and TS3030 are wired in a series. See the
following two drawings.
These sensors come equipped with two or three wires.
Only two wires are run from the sensor to the Superstat.
For sensors with three wires, tie the red and white wires
together. For the averaging style sensor, tie the two red
wires together. Decorator style sensors come equipped
with terminal blocks.
Use 18 AWG twisted shielded pair cable between the
thermostat and the sensor. Route the cable at least 5’
away from possible sources of interference (i.e. fluorescent light ballasts, magnetic contactors, neon lights,
etc.).
Remove shield foil at terminations and splices. At
splices, twist the shield drain wires together and tape off
connection such that the shield drain wires are not
exposed.
The shield drain wire at the thermostat should be cut off
or twisted around the cable, and taped off.
Checkout & Troubleshooting
The shield drain wire at the remote temperature sensor
must be connected to a good earth ground. This may
require a separate ground wire to be run. Ensure that
the connection to the shield drain wire does not come in
contact with anything except the earth ground.
Complete the following 5 steps before connecting
remote sensor to thermostat or "taping off" drain wire:
1. At the thermostat, measure resistance at the two
wires connected to the remote sensor. The resistance
should correspond to the sensed temperature at the
location of the remote sensor(s). See chart below.
Note: For two or three sensor averaging, the sensors
must be wired in series before this measurement is
made. See wiring section.
Wire runs from thermostat to remote temperature sensor
should not exceed 250’.
2. Measure DC voltage across drain wire and both sensor lead wires. This should be 0 VDC.
3. Measure AC voltage across drain wire and both sensor lead wires. This should be 0 VAC.
TS3010 WIRING
4. If steps 1-3 check out OK, cut shield drain wire at the
thermostat and tape off so that neither the shield nor
shield drain wire are visible. Terminate the sensor
wires at appropriate terminal block on the thermostat.
The TS3010 is wired by connecting the two terminals
labeled 'T' and 'T' to the two superstat terminals labeled
'T1' and 'T1'. The terminal labeled 'OVR' should be connected to the superstat terminal labeled 'OVR' and the
terminal labeled 'GND' should be connected to the
superstat terminal labeled '24-'. Shieleded wire must be
used for the sensor connection whether or not the other
wires are shielded or not.
5. Make sure dip switches on the thermostat are set to
accept (use) the remote sensor.
°F
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
TS3100 WIRING
The TS3100 is wired by connecting the two terminals
labeled 'TB1' to the two superstat terminals labeled 'T1'
and 'T1' in the subbase. The five terminals labeled 'TB2'
should be connected to the five terminals in the superstat cover labeled 'TB20'. Terminal '1' is labeled on each
Ω
842.6
864.6
886.5
908.4
930.3
952.1
973.9
°F
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Ω
995.6
1017.4
1039.0
1060.7
1082.3
1103.8
1125.4
°F
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
Ω
1146.8
1168.3
1189.7
1211.1
1232.4
1253.7
1275.0
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