honeywell visionpro iaq

honeywell visionpro iaq
VisionPRO® IAQ
Total Home Comfort System
PRODUCT DATA
FEATURES
• Large, clear display with backlight shows the current
and set temperature and time—even in the dark.
• Touchscreen interaction
• Real-time clock keeps time during power failures and
automatically updates to daylight savings.
• Change/check reminders let you know when to service
or replace filters.
• Various Hold options allow you to override the
program schedule, as desired.
• Controls humidification to increase homeowner
comfort while protecting woodwork and furnishings.
• Controls dehumidification using air conditioner with
high or low speed fan or a whole house dehumidifier.
• Controls ventilation with other HRV, ERV, or Freshair
damper. Vent on demand and automatically using
patented advanced ventilation control.
APPLICATION
• Advanced heat pump control featuring balance point
plus 2°F droop to increase homeowner comfort.
The VisionPRO® IAQ Total Home Comfort System features an
effortless, 7-Day programmable touchscreen thermostat that
provides control of temperature, humidification,
dehumidification, and ventilation.
Contents
Application/Features..........................................................
Specifications/Ordering Information ..................................
Installation ........................................................................
Wiring ...............................................................................
Power the Thermostat ......................................................
Installer Setup ..................................................................
Operation ..........................................................................
Programming ....................................................................
Troubleshooting ................................................................
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VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish:
VisionPRO® IAQ Thermostats: Premier White® color.
THM5421C1008: Premier White® color.
C7189U1005 Wall Mount Remote Indoor Sensor: Premier
White® color.
Thermostat Description:
Feature
Description
Powering method
• Common wire only
System types (up to • Gas, oil or electric heat with air
4 heat/2 cool)
conditioning
• Warm air, hot water, high-efficiency
furnaces, heat pumps, steam and
gravity
• Heat only with fan
• Cool only
Clock Accuracy: +/- 1 minute per year.
Changeover
Manual or Auto changeover selectable
System setting
Heat-Off-Cool-Auto
Fan setting
Auto-On-Circ
Electrical Ratings:
Terminal
Voltage (50/60 Hz)
Running Current
W1 Heating
20 - 30 Vac
.02 - 1.0A
W2/Aux Heating
20 - 30 Vac
.02 - 1.0A
W3/Aux2 Heating 20 - 30 Vac
.02 - 1.0A
Y Cooling
20 - 30 Vac
.02 - 1.0A
Y2 Cooling
20 - 30 Vac
.02 - 1.0A
G Fan
20 - 30 Vac
.02 - 1.0A
Cool Indication:
VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort Systems show “Cool On” on the
thermostat screen when Cool is activated.
Heat Indication:
VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort Systems show “Heat On” on the
thermostat screen when Heat is activated.
Auxiliary Heat Indication:
VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort Systems show “Aux. Heat On” on
the thermostat screen when Auxiliary Heat is activated.
Calibration:
C7089U1006, C7189U1005 and VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort Systems are factory-calibrated and require no field calibration.
Temperature Setting Range:
Heating: 40°F to 90°F(4.5°C to 32°C).
Cooling: 50°F to 99°F (10°C to 37°C).
Interstage Differential:
VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort Systems operate with droopless
control. Once the thermostat senses that 1st stage is running at 90% capacity, the thermostat energizes 2nd stage.
Operating Ambient Temperature:
VisionPRO® IAQ Thermostats: 0°F to 120°F
(-18°C to 49°C).
THM5421C1008: -30°F to 150°F (-34°C to 66°C).
C7089U1006: -40°F to 120°F (-40°C to 49°C).
C7189U1005: 45°F to 88°F (7°C to 32°C).
Mounting Means:
VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort System: Thermostat mounts directly
on the wall in the living space using mounting screws and
anchors provided. Fits a vertical or horizontal 2 x 4 in. junction box.
THM5421C1008 Equipment Interface Module (EIM) mounts on
HVAC equipment or on a wall in the equipment room.
C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor: Mounts outside of living space
with mounting clip and screws provided.
C7189U1005 Remote Indoor Sensor: Mounts directly on the
wall using mounting screws and anchors provided.
Shipping Temperature:
VisionPRO® IAQ Thermostats: -30°F to 150°F
(-34°C to 66°C).
THM5421C1008: -30°F to 150°F (-34°C to 66°C).
Operating Relative Humidity (Non-condensing):
VisionPRO® IAQ Thermostats: 5% to 90%.
THM5421C1008: 5% to 90%.
C7089U1006: 5% to 95%.
C7189U1005: 5% to 95%.
Cover Plate:
32003796-001 Cover Plate is used to cover marks left on the
wall by the old thermostat.
Humidification Setting Range:
Heating: 10% to 60% RH.
Dimensions:
VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort System: see Fig. 1.
THM5421C1008: see Fig. 2
C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor Mounting Clip: see Fig. 3.
32003796-001 Cover Plate: see Fig. 4.
C7189U1005 Remote Indoor Sensor: see Fig. 5.
Dehumidification Setting Range:
Heating: 40% to 80% RH.
Humidity Display Range:
0% to 99%.
Cycle Rates (at 50% Load):
Heating: Selectable 1 - 12 cycles per hour.
Cooling: Selectable 1 - 6 cycles per hour.
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Resistance Characteristics of Remote Sensors:
C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor: Negative temperature coefficient (NTC) means that resistance decreases as the temperature increases. See Table 12 in the Operation section
for sensor resistance characteristics.
C7189U1005 Remote Indoor Sensor: Negative temperature
coefficient (NTC), means that resistance decreases as the
temperature increases. See Table 13 in the Operation section for sensor resistance characteristics.
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WALLPLATE
3-3/8 (86)
1-1/2 (38)
3-3/8 (86)
M4488
THERMOSTAT
6 (152)
Fig. 3. C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor Mounting Clip
dimensions in in. (mm).
THERMOSTAT
AND WALLPLATE
1-3/8 (35)
7-7/8 (200)
3-5/16 (84)
4-9/16
(116)
5-1/2
(140)
3-5/16
(84)
M23539
Fig. 1. VisionPRO® IAQ Comfort System
dimensions in in. (mm).
M22139
Fig. 4. 32003796-001 Cover Plate dimensions in in. (mm).
7-9/32
(185)
6-57/64
(175)
4-35/64
(116)
1-21/64
(34)
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
M23544
Fig. 2. THM5421C1008 Equipment Interface Module
dimensions in in. (mm).
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2-9/32
(58)
2-9/32
(58)
M23522
1-1/2 (38)
45/64
(18)
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
1-1/2 (38)
FRONT VIEW (COVER OFF)
Fig. 5. C7189U1005 Remote Indoor Sensor dimensions in in. (mm).
INSTALLATION
When Installing this Product...
1.
2.
3.
4.
Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow the
instructions can damage the product or cause a hazardous condition.
Check the ratings given in the instructions to make sure
the product is suitable for your application.
Installer must be a trained, experienced service
technician.
After completing installation, use these instructions to
verify the product operation.
Do not install the thermostat where it can be affected by:
— Drafts or dead spots behind doors and in corners.
— Hot or cold air from ducts.
— Radiant heat from sun or appliances.
— Concealed pipes and chimneys.
— Unheated (uncooled) areas such as an outside wall behind
the thermostat.
Installing Wallplate
CAUTION
Electrical Hazard.
Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage.
Disconnect power before wiring.
Selecting Location
Install the thermostat about 5 ft. (1.5m) above the floor in an area
with good air circulation at average temperature. See Fig. 6.
The thermostat can be mounted horizontally on the wall or on a
4 in. x 2 in. (101.6 mm x 50.8 mm) wiring box.
1.
2.
3.
YES
NO
NO
NO
5 FEET
[1.5 METERS]
M19925
Fig. 6. Selecting thermostat location.
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Position and level the wallplate (for appearance only).
Use a pencil to mark the mounting holes.
Remove the wallplate from the wall and, if drywall, drill
two 3/16-in. holes in the wall, as marked. For firmer
material such as plaster, drill two 7/32-in. holes. Gently
tap anchors (provided) into the drilled holes until flush
with the wall.
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4.
5.
NOTE: It is normal for the LED to blink continuously during
startup, and while checking equipment status (Auto
Discover mode).
Position the wallplate over the holes, pulling wires
through the wiring opening. See Fig. 7.
Insert the mounting screws into the holes and tighten.
WALL
WIRES THROUGH WALL
AND WIRE SLOT
WALL ANCHORS (2)
WALL ANCHOR
COMMUNICATION LED
MOUNTING
HOLES
DRILL 3/16 IN. HOLES
FOR DRYWALL. DRILL
7/32 IN. HOLES FOR
PLASTER
M23541
MOUNTING
SCREWS (2)
M23543
Fig. 7. Mounting wallplate.
Installing Equipment Interface Module (EIM)
MOUNTING SCREW
CAUTION
Electrical Hazard.
Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage.
Disconnect power before wiring.
The EIM can be mounted vertically on the HVAC equipment or
on a wall in the equipment room.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Position the EIM.
Use a pencil to mark the mounting holes.
Remove the wallplate from the wall and, if drywall, drill
two 3/16-in. holes in the wall, as marked. For firmer
material such as plaster, drill two 7/32-in. holes. Gently
tap anchors (provided) into the drilled holes until flush
with the wall.
Position the wallplate over the holes, pulling wires
through the wiring opening.
Insert the mounting screws into the holes and tighten.
See Fig. 8.
Fig. 8. Mounting EIM.
WIRING
All wiring must comply with local electrical codes and
ordinances. See Fig. 10–20.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Communication LED
The EIM has an LED (see Fig. 8) that communicates the EIM
status as follows.
• LED blinks rapidly: Normal information transfer.
• LED blinks once: Incoming message to EIM.
• LED blinks continuously: Wiring problem. Check wiring to
terminals 1, 2, 3.
• LED always off: Wiring problem. Check wiring to terminals
1, 2, 3.
• LED always on: EIM may need replacement.
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Select set of terminal identifications (Table 1) that corresponds with system type.
Loosen the screws for the appropriate system type
selected; see Table 1. See Table 2 for terminal designation descriptions. Insert wires in the terminal block under
the loosened screw. See Fig. 9.
Securely tighten each screw.
Push excess wire back into the hole.
Plug the hole with nonflammable insulation to prevent
drafts from affecting the thermostat.
See Fig. 10–20 for typical wiring hookups.
Table 1. Selecting Terminal Identifications for System Type.
System Type
Wallplate Terminal
Identifications
Wiring Diagram
Reference
Standard Heat/Cool Conventional
10, 11
Standard Multistage Conventional
up to 3 Heat/2 Cool
12
Heat Pump with
Auxiliary Heat
13
Heat Pump
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NOTES:
1.
2.
When used in a single-transformer system, leave
the metal jumper wires in place between R and Rc,
and Rc and Rh. If used on a two-transformer system, remove metal jumper wire between Rc and Rh.
If thermostat is configured for a heat pump system
in the Installer Setup, configure changeover valve
for cool (O-factory setting) or heat (B).
For wiring to a W8835 Zone panel please refer to the product
data sheet included with the panel.
M23541
Fig. 9. Inserting wires in terminal block.
1
IMPORTANT
Use 18-gauge thermostat wire.
Table 2. Terminal Designation Descriptions.
3
Function
Terminal 2—power from thermostat (24Vac)
3
Terminal 3—common from thermostat
(24Vac)
C
24 Vac Transformer Common
R
24 Vac Transformer
Y
24 Vac Cooling Transformer
24 Vac Heating Transformer
HUM1/HUM2
Humidification Connection (normally open)
Stage 1 Heating Relay (Conventional)
Change-over Relay (Heat Pump)
Y2
Stage 2 Compressor Relay
G
Fan Relay
L
Heat Pump Equipment Monitor
OUT1/OUT2
Outdoor Temperature Sensor
IN1/IN2
Remote Indoor Temperature Sensor
DATS1/DATS2
Discharge Air Temperature Sensor
1
1
2
2
3
3
C
R
M23485
COMMUNICATION LED
COMMUNICATION
CONV. HP
TERMINALS
W1 O/B
W2 AUX
24 VAC
RC
RH
Stage 3 Heating Relay (Conventional)
Auxiliary Heat (fossil fuel or electric) (Heat
Pump)
Stage 1 Compressor Relay
G
1
Stage 2 Heating Relay (Conventional)
Auxiliary Heat (fossil fuel or electric) (Heat
Pump)
Y
G
WIRE TO TERMINALS ON THERMOSTAT.
Dehumidification Connection (normally
open or closed based on installer setup)
W1/O/B
Y
Y2 Y2
Fig. 10. Typical hookup of conventional single-stage heat
and cool system with single transformer
(1H/1C conventional).
RH
Ventilation connection (normally open)
W3 AUX2
FACTORY INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN R,
RC AND RH
1
RC
VNT1/VNT2
CONV. HP
W1 O/B
W2 AUX
24 VAC
RH
2
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COMMUNICATION LED
COMMUNICATION
TERMINALS
RC
Terminal 1—data to/from thermostat
W3/AUX2
2
C
1
W2/AUX
1
2
R
THM5421C1008
Terminal
Designations
DHM1/DHM2
1
6
OIL PRIMARY/
AQUASTAT
1
W3 AUX2
Y
Y
Y2 Y2
G
G
FACTORY INSTALLED JUMPER BETWEEN R,
AND RC (REMOVE FACTORY INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN RC AND RH
WIRE TO TERMINALS ON THERMOSTAT.
M23486
Fig. 11. Typical hookup of conventional single-stage heat
and cool system with oil primary (1H/1C conventional).
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
KEY
1
2
= NORMALLY OPEN, DRY CONTACTS
3
C
R
24 VAC
RC
= NORMALLY CLOSED, DRY CONTACTS
RH
M23685
POWERED
HUMIDIFIER
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
C
R
COMMUNICATION LED
COMMUNICATION CONV. HP
TERMINALS
W1 O/B
W2 AUX
24 VAC
W3 AUX2
Y
Y
RC
Y2 Y2
RH
G G
HEAT 2 RELAY
M23490
HEAT 3 RELAY
Fig. 15. Typical hookup of powered humidifier.
COOL 1 RELAY
COOL 2 RELAY
1
2
3
C
WIRE TO TERMINALS ON THERMOSTAT.
M23487
R
Fig. 12. Typical hookup of conventional system with up to
three-stage heat and two-stage cool with one transformer
(3H/2C, 2H/2C, 2H/1C, 1H/2C, 1H/1C conventional).
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
C
R
COMMUNICATION LED
COMMUNICATION CONV. HP
TERMINALS
W1 O/B
W2 AUX
24 VAC
W3 AUX2
1
RH
H1
U
M2
D1
H
M2
V1
N
T2
Fig. 16. Typical hookup of variable speed blower for
dehumidification in low speed (contacts normally closed).
COMP 1
NOTE: Connect DHM2 to low-speed fan terminal on air handler for dehumidification with air conditioner and a
low-speed fan.
COMP 2
FAN RELAY
WIRE TO TERMINALS ON THERMOSTAT.
OR
M23491
AUX 2 (HEAT 4)
G G
FACTORY INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN R,
RC AND RH
FIELD INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN
R AND DHM 1
AUX 1 (HEAT 3)
Y2 Y2
RH
24 VAC
RC
LOW SPEED
FAN
CHANGEOVER
Y
Y
RC
OR
V1
N
T2
FAN RELAY
FACTORY INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN R,
RC AND RH
1
HEAT 1 RELAY
H1
U
M2
D1
H
M2
M23488
1
Fig. 13. Typical hookup of heat pump system
(up to 4H/2C heat pump).
2
3
C
R
RC
1
RH
2
3
C
R
24 VAC
POWERED
DEHUMIDIFIER
RC
FIELD INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN
R AND HUM 1
RH
NON-POWERED
HUMIDIFIER
H1
U
M2
D1
H
M2
24 VAC
H1
U
M2
D1
H
M2
OR
V1
N
T2
M23492
Fig. 17. Typical hookup of powered whole house
dehumidifier (contacts normally open).
OR
V1
N
T2
M23489
Fig. 14. Typical hookup of non-powered humidifier.
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POWER THE THERMOSTAT
1
2
• 24 Vac common wire only to EIM or zone panel.
3
Wiring 24 Vac Common
24 VAC
R
RC
FIELD INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN
R AND VNT 1
• Single-Transformer System—Connect the common side of
the transformer to the C screw terminal of the EIM. Leave
the metal jumper wires in place between R, Rc, and RH.
• Two-Transformer System—Connect the common side of
the cooling transformer to the C screw terminal of the EIM.
Remove the metal jumper wire between Rc and Rh.
Connect the hot side of heating transformer to Rh and leave
the jumper wire between R and Rc and connect the hot side
of cooling transformer to R or Rc.
RH
H1
U
M2
D1
H
M2
OR
V1
N
T2
NON-POWERED
VENTILATOR
M23493
1.
Fig. 18. Typical hookup of fresh air damper.
NOTE: Use this hookup for ventilation using a fresh air
damper.
Locate and remove the tab labeled, Remove, in the
lower left corner on the thermostat back. See Fig. 21.
REMOVE
TAB
1
2
REMOVE DURING
INSTALLATION
C
3
C
24 VAC
R
RC
REMOVE DURING
INSTALLATION
RH
H1
U
M2
D1
H
M2
POWERED
VENTILATOR
M19920
OR
Fig. 21. Remove tab labeled, Remove, on thermostat back
V1
N
T2
Mount Thermostat to Wallplate
M23494
1.
Fig. 19. Typical hookup of powered ventilation.
Align the terminal screw blocks with the pins on the back
of the thermostat. Push the thermostat straight onto the
wallplate until it snaps into place. See Fig. 22.
WALLPLATE
1
2
3
C
R
24 VAC
RC
PINS ON
BACK OF
THERMOSTAT
RH
FIELD INSTALLED
JUMPER BETWEEN
DHM 1 AND VNT 1
H1
U
M2
D1
H
M2
BLUE
DH90
YELLOW
TERMINAL
SCREW
BLOCK
OR
V1
N
T2
GREEN
RED
WHITE
FRESH
AIR
DAMPER
M23542
M23495
Fig. 20. Hookup of Honeywell DH90 with fresh air intake for
ventilation.
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Fig. 22. Mount thermostat to wallplate.
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
Locate and Mount C7089U1006 Outdoor
Temperature Sensor (Optional)
Mount the sensor where (see Fig. 23):
• cannot tamper with settings.
• there is good air circulation.
• it can measure true outdoor ambient temperature.
• surface is flat.
• wire distance between C7089U1006 and EIM is less than
200 feet.
IMPORTANT
Erratic temperature readings from a sensor can occur
as a result of any of the wiring practices described
below. Avoid these practices to assure correct operation. Use shielded cable to reduce interference if
rerouting sensor wiring is not possible.
— Be sure wires have a cable separate from the thermostat cable.
— Do not route temperature sensor wiring with building
power wiring, next to control contactors or near light
dimming circuits, electric motors or welding
equipment.
— Avoid poor wiring connections.
— Avoid intermittent or missing building earth ground.
Do not mount the sensor:
• in direct sunlight.
• where hot or cold air blows on the sensor. Discharge line
from an outdoor compressor unit, vent or fan causes
inaccurate temperature readings.
• where snow, ice or debris can cover it.
Use the following steps to mount the sensor:
1. Remove the sensor from the mounting clip.
2. Mark the area on the location selected for mounting the
sensor mounting clip.
3. Mount the clip.
CAUTION
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage.
Disconnect power supply before connecting wiring.
Wiring must comply with applicable codes, ordinances and
regulations:
1.
2.
3.
Wire C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor to OUT1and OUT2
terminals on the EIM. If leadwire provided is not long
enough (60 in.), run a cable to a hole at C7089U1006
location.
a. Using color-coded, 18-gauge thermostat wire is
recommended. For example of general wiring of
C7089U1006, see Fig. 24.
b. Pigtail wiring can be used.
Mount C7089U1006 in its mounting clip.
Plug wiring hole using nonhardening caulk or putty.
1
C7089
WIRING HOLE
THROUGH
2
STRUCTURE
M7514
Fig. 23. Typical locations for C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor.
Wire C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor
CAUTION
Electrical Interference (Noise) Hazard.
Can cause erratic system operation.
Keep wiring at least one foot away from large inductive
loads such as motors, line starters, lighting ballasts and
large power distribution panels.
Use shielded cable to reduce interference when
rerouting is not possible.
9
1
USE APPROPRIATE MOUNTING MEANS FOR THE
TYPE OF STRUCTURE.
2
PLUG WIRING HOLE WITH NON-HARDENING CAULK
OR PUTTY.
M23525
Fig. 24. Wire C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor to the EIM.
If an outdoor temperature sensor is installed, the thermostat
displays the outside temperature in the lower right corner of the
Home Screen.
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MON
FAN
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
AT
SUN
YES
Inside
NO
Set To
AUTO
NO
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
5 FEET
(1.5 METERS)
Outside
HEAT
NO
AM
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
MORE
M4476
M22453
If thermostat is set to Auto Changeover System mode, press
the More key until the outside temperature is shown on the
screen.
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
Fig. 25. Typical location for C7189U1005 Indoor Sensor.
Wire C7189U1005 Indoor Sensor
CAUTION
SUN
Electrical Interference (Noise) Hazard.
Can cause erratic system operation.
Keep wiring at least one foot away from large inductive
loads such as motors, line starters, lighting ballasts and
large power distribution panels.
IMPORTANT
Erratic temperature readings from a sensor can occur
as a result of any of the wiring practices described
below. Avoid these practices to assure correct
operation.
Outside
SCHED
DONE
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
SLEEP
CANCEL
M22448
— Be sure wires have a cable separate from the thermostat cable.
— Do not route temperature sensor wiring with building
power wiring, next to control contactors or near light
dimming circuits, electric motors or welding equipment.
— Avoid poor wiring connections.
— Avoid intermittent or missing building earth ground.
Locate and Mount C7189U1005 Remote
Indoor Temperature Sensor (Optional)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose a location (see Fig. 25) for mounting the sensor
on an inside wall about 5 ft (1.5m) above the floor.
Be sure wire distance between C7189U1005 and EIM is
less than 200 feet.
Make sure there is good air circulation at average temperature at the chosen location. Avoid the following locations because they can introduce errors in sensor
measurements. See Fig. 25.
a. Hot areas caused by:
(a)Concealed pipes or ducts.
(b)Drafts from fireplaces or other heat sources.
(c)Convection or radiant heat from the sun or
electrical equipment.
b. Cold areas caused by:
(a)Concealed pipes or ducts.
(b)Drafts from windows and doors.
(c)Unheated areas on the other side of the wall
location.
c. Dead air areas:
(a)Behind doors, furniture and curtains.
(b)In corners and alcoves.
Mark the area on the wall selected for mounting the
C7189U1005 Sensor.
Run wire cable to a hole at the selected wall location.
Pull approximately three inches of wire through the
opening. Color-coded, 18-gauge thermostat wire is
recommended.
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CAUTION
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage.
Disconnect power supply before connecting wiring.
Wiring must comply with applicable codes, ordinances and
regulations.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Wire C7189U1005 Indoor Sensor to IN1and IN2 terminals on the EIM. For an example of general wiring of
C7189U1005, see Fig. 26 to wire one sensor and Fig. 27
to wire multiple sensors.
Push excess wire back into the hole. Plug the hole using
nonhardening caulk, putty or insulation to prevent drafts
from affecting performance.
Remove C7189U1005 cover.
Mount C7189U1005 to the wall using the screws and
anchors provided.
Level the C7189U1005 for appearance only. Device
functions correctly even when not level.
Install C7189U1005 cover.
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
• The thermostat will display the temperature measured at
the sensor locations (internal thermostat sensor is
disabled). Sensors must be in square numbers (e.g., 4, 9,
16, and so on) and the displayed temperature will be an
average of the temperatures measured at each location.
• The thermostat will display a 50-50 average of the
temperature measured at the thermostat location and the
average of the temperatures measured at the remote indoor
sensor locations. In this case, the thermostat sensor still
carries a 50% weighting of the displayed temperature.
C7189
L
1 OUT
2 OUT
1 IN
2 IN
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Fig. 26. Wiring a single C7189U1005 Indoor Sensor.
Install Discharge Air Temperature Sensor
(Optional):
L
1 OUT
2 OUT
1 IN
2 IN
Prior to installing Discharge Air Temperature Sensor (DATS)
refer to the installation instructions included with the product for
more information on placement and wiring.
C7189
C7189
C7189
C7189
When using a DATS with network zoning the DATS will monitor
the duct air temperature and communicate with the thermostat
and will disable the heating and/or cooling if installer set high or
low temperature limits are reached.
L
1 OUT
2 OUT
1 IN
2 IN
C7189
C7189
C7189
C7189
C7189
C7189
C7189
C7189
C7189
When using a DATS with an Equipment Interface Module the
DATS is for testing only. When the installer is in any of the
Installer Tests pressing the “More” button will display the
temperature measured at the DATS. This allows the installer
to view the temperature of each stage of heating and or
cooling. The DATS will not be used for control and will not
disable heating or cooling based on duct air temperature.
Set Calendar and Time
Thermostat keeps current time and day for up to ten years
under normal use after the calendar is set.
When the thermostat is first powered, the display is ready to
set the calendar and time.
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NOTE: Calendar can also be set in the Installer Setup.
Fig. 27. Wiring Multiple C7189U1005 Sensors.
If a remote indoor temperature sensor is installed, the
thermostat has several options for displaying the current indoor
temperature. This is configured in ISU 340. The thermostat can
display either the temperature measured at the thermostat
location, the sensor location, or a 50-50 average of both.
1.
2.
Press the arrow keys to set the year, month and day.
Press the Done key.
SET CURRENT DAY
SET MONTH
ONE REMOTE INDOOR SENSOR INSTALLED (OPTIONAL)
If one remote indoor temperature sensor is used, based on
configuration during installer setup, either of the following
options are available:
MO
WE
TH
FR
SA
SU
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS SCREEN LOCKED
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP
• The thermostat will display the temperature measured at
the sensor location (internal thermostat sensor is disabled).
• The thermostat will display a 50-50 average of the
temperature measured at the thermostat location and the
remote indoor sensor location.
DONE
MULTIPLE REMOTE INDOOR SENSORS INSTALLED (OPTIONAL)
If more than one remote indoor sensor is used, based on
configuration during installer setup, either of the following
options are available:
USE ARROWS TO SET YEAR AND TIME
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3.
4.
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Press the arrow keys to set the current time.
Press the Done Key.
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1.
Press and release the System Key.
USE ARROWS TO SET YEAR AND TIME
MO
WE
W
TH
FR
SA
THU
SU
FAN
ON
Inside
AUTO
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
EM HEAT
OFF
A
M
COOL
SCHED
HOLD
Humidity
CLOCK SCREEN
DONE
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M23498
2.
INSTALLER SETUP
Auto Discover is available when the TH9421C thermostat is
connected to an EIM. The EIM communicates information to
the thermostat. Thermostat settings can be specified using the
up and down arrow keys on the screen or set to Auto Discover.
Press and hold the two blank keys on either side of the
center blank key for approximately five seconds until
screen changes.
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
SU
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS SCREEN LOCKED
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP
Inside
Set
Using Auto Discover
Some Installer setups are defaulted to Auto Discover. If not
defaulted, the installer can change the option to Auto Discover,
however, it is always important that the installer verify that the
auto discovered values are correct for the system that is
present.
When using the thermostat with an equipment interface
module, Auto Discover will discover factory default settings
and will not receive communications as to proper system
settings. The equipment interface module is preprogrammed at
the factory as a one heat one cool product and the thermostat
will “auto discover” those settings. The equipment interface
module will be reprogrammed when the installer manually
changes the configuration in the installer set up. It is not
recommended to use Auto Discover with an equipment
interface module.
SYSTE
M
EM
HEAT
Following
Schedule
OFF
Humidity
DONE
CANCEL
M23499
3.
Release the two blank keys when the screen on the thermostat matches the screen below.
When using the VisionPRO® IAQ thermostat with a W8835
zone panel, configure the zone panel, using the DIP switches
on the panel, for the proper system settings. Enter the installer
setup on each thermostat and assign zone numbers, and
change the system settings (ISU 172–180) to Auto Discover
(E) then press the discover button on the zone panel. The zone
panel will then communicate those settings back to the
thermostats and the thermostats will automatically configure
the ISU settings in Auto Discover, again it is important to verify
that the auto discovered values are correct.
DONE
NOTE: When a VisionPRO® IAQ thermostat is being added
to an existing zoning system with T8635 Thermostats
the new VisionPRO® IAQ must be set up as the Zone
One Thermostat (master zone controller), and can
only be used with a W8835 zone panel.
Follow these steps to enter the Installer Setup:
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4.
See screen below to review how the thermostat keys are
used during Installer Setup. See Table 3–4 for the
Installer Setup Numbers and Settings.
ADVANCE TO NEXT
INSTALLER SETUP
INSTALLER
SETUP
NUMBER
MON
CURRENT
SETTING
WED
THU
U
FRI
SAT
AT
SUN
DONE
O
PRESS TO EXIT
INSTALLER SETUP
5.
CHANGE THE
CURRENT
SETTING
M22443
Press the Done key to exit the Installer Setup screen.
Table 3. Installer Setup Menu.
ISU
Parameter
Number
Installer Setup
Name
Settings
(Factory Defaults Shown in Bold)
Zone Number
0
1–9
120
USU
Date (Year
Upper)
20
21
130
USU
Date (Year
Lower)
01-99
Default = 06
140
USU
Date (Month)
1-12
Select number that represents current calendar
month.
Default = 06
150
USU
Date (Day)
1-31
Select number that represents current calendar
date.
Default = 15
160
USU
Schedule Options 4
0
Seven-day programmable
Non-programmable
165
USU
Restore Energy
Star Schedule
No
Yes
172
System Selection 1
2
3
E
Conventional
Heat Pump
Heat Only No Fan
Auto Discover
Selection of a specific system setting will automatically
modify some default settings and/or hide other installer
setup options that follow.
174
Number of Cool/ 0
Compressor
1
Stages
2
E
none
1
2
Auto Discover
Not shown if ISU172 = 3.
Conventional systems = number of cooling stages.
Heat Pump systems = number of compressor stages.
176
Number of
Conventional
Heat or Heat
Pump Aux Stages
0
1
2
3
E
none
1
2
3
Auto Discover
Conventional systems = number of heating stages
(maximum of 3).
Heat Pump systems = number of auxiliary heat
stages (maximum of 2).
180
Fan Operation
Conventional
heat only
0
Gas or oil furnace equipment controls fan in
heating
Electric furnace—thermostat controls fan in
heating
Equipment controls stage 1; thermostat controls
stage 2+
Auto Discover
Only shown if ISU172 = 1 (conventional system).
Use 0 for fossil fuel systems (equipment controls fan).
Use 1 for electric systems (thermostat controls fan).
Use 2 if stage 1 is radiant heating and stage 2+ is a hot
water fan coil.
Changeover valve—O/B terminal is energized
in cooling
Changeover valve—O/B terminal is energized in
heating
Only shown if ISU172 = 2.
0
1
1
2
E
190
Reversing Valve
O/B
0
1
Not zoned
Zone number
Notes
110
Select zone number.
Zone 0 = not zoned
Zone 1 = master zone controller
Zone 2–9 = satellite thermostat
Select first two digits of current calendar year (2006 for
example) - (2001-2178 available).
Select last two digits of current calendar year (2006 for
example) - (2001-2178 available).
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Table 3. Installer Setup Menu. (Continued)
ISU
Parameter
Number
Installer Setup
Name
Settings
(Factory Defaults Shown in Bold)
Notes
200
Back-up Heat
0
Source Applies to 1
both Aux and
E
EmHeat
Electric backup heat
Fossil fuel backup heat
Auto Discover
Only shown if ISU172 = 2 and ISU176 = 1 or greater.
210
External Fossil
Fuel Kit
0
1
Thermostat controls backup heat
External Fossil Fuel kit controls backup heat
Only shown if ISU172 = 2 and ISU200 = 1.
220
CPH for 1st
Stage Cool/
Compressor
1-6
3—cph recommended for compressors
1, 2, 4, 5, 6—other cycle rate settings
Auto Discover
230
CPH for 2nd
Stage Cool/
Compressor
1-6
240
CPH for 1st
1-12
Stage
Conventional
Heat or Auxiliary
250
CPH for 2nd
Stage
Conventional
Heat or 2nd
Stage Auxiliary
1-12
260
CPH for 3rd
Stage Heat
1-12
280
USU
Continuous
Backlight
0
300
Changeover
310
Deadband
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
320
USU
Temperature
Indication Scale
0
1
Fahrenheit temperature display
Celsius temperature display
330
USU
Daylight Saving
0
1
2
Disabled
Enabled (US 1987)
Enabled (US 2007)
340
Indoor Temp
Sensor
0
1
2
Thermostat location only
Indoor temperature sensors will display the
Remote indoor sensor(s) location(s) only
temperature at the sensor location or an average of
Average between thermostat and sensor locations two indoor temperature sensors, not including the
temperature sensor in the thermostat. The
temperature sensor in the thermostat is disabled when
using remote indoor temperature sensor(s).
342
Outdoor Temp
Sensor
0
1
E
None
Yes
Auto Discover
E
E
E
E
E
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3—cph recommended for compressors
1, 2, 4, 5, 6—other cycle rate settings
Auto Discover
Only shown if ISU174 = 2.
1—1 cph used for steam and gravity
3—3 cph used for hot water system and high
efficiency (90% or better) furnaces
5—5 cph used for standard fossil fuel forced air
(less than 80% efficient) systems
9—9 cph used for electric furnaces
2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12—other cycle rate settings
Auto Discover
Only shown if ISU172 = 2 and ISU176 = 1 or higher.
Default varies based on types of heating.
Only shown if ISU176 = 2 or for Heat Pump systems
1—1 cph used for steam and gravity
3—3 cph for hot water systems and high efficiency with 2 stages of Auxiliary Heat.
Default varies based on types of heating.
(90% or better) furnaces
5—5 cph for standard fossil fuel forced air (less
than 90% efficient) systems
9—9 cph used for electric furnaces or electric
auxiliary heat for heat pump systems
2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12—other cycle rate settings
Auto Discover
Only shown if ISU176 = 3.
1—1 cph used for steam and gravity
3—3 cph for hot water systems and high efficiency Default varies based on types of heating.
(90% or better) furnaces
5—5 cph for standard fossil fuel forced air (less
than 90% efficient) systems
9—9 cph used for electric furnaces or electric
auxiliary heat for heat pump systems
2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12—other cycle rate settings
Auto Discover
1
Backlight not on continuously. Thermostat
backlight comes on with each key press.
Backlight is on continuously.
If backlight is on continuously, it is low-intensity. Light
changes to full brightness after pressing any key.
0
1
Manual
Auto
Auto Changeover allows user to choose heat, cool, off
or auto. When set to Auto the thermostat will
automatically choose heat or cool based on room
temperature and heat/cool set points. Manual
changeover allows the user to manually toggle
between heat, cool and off.
2°F 1.5°C
3°F 2.0°C
4°F 2.5°C
5°F 3.0°C
6°F 3.5°C
7°F 4.0°C
8°F 4.5°C
9°F 5.0°C
Note: degrees C is not same as degrees F
Only shown if ISU300 = 0. The deadband indicates the
minimum number of degrees that are allowed between
the heat and cool settings when in auto changeover.
For example, if the deadband is set to 3°F and the cool
setpoint is 75°F the warmest heat setpoint allowed
would be 72°F.
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
Set to 0 in areas that do not follow daylight savings
time.
An outdoor temperature sensor is required for heat
pump compressor lockout (ISU350), heat pump
auxiliary lockout (ISU360), dual fuel heat pump
balance point (ISU360) and Humidification with Frost
Protection (ISU372).
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VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
Table 3. Installer Setup Menu. (Continued)
ISU
Parameter
Number
Installer Setup
Name
Settings
(Factory Defaults Shown in Bold)
0
1
2
Notes
345
Dual Fuel Heat
Pump Control
Balance point only
See Dual Fuel Heat Pump control on page 22.
Balance point plus 2° droop
Balance point/auxiliary heat lockout plus 2° droop.
346
Dual Fuel Heat
0
Pump Upstage to 30
Furnace Timer
45
60
75
350
Heat Pump
Balance Point
(also compressor
lockout)
Temperature
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
360
Heat Pump
Auxiliary Heat
Lockout
Temperature
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
365
Discharge Temp 0
Sensor
1
E
366
Zoning High
Temperature
Limit
160
160°F (71°C)
0
Disabled
110–170 110°F to 170°F (43.5°C to 76.5°C)
Only Shown if ISU110 = 1 (Master Zone Controller)
and Discharge Temperature Sensor is available.
367
Zoning Low
Temperature
Limit
40
0
35-50
Only Shown if ISU110 = 1 (Master Zone Controller)
and Discharge Temperature Sensor is available.
368
Staging
Discharge
Temperature
High Limit
110
110°F (43.5°C)
0
Disabled
80-130 80°F to 130°F (26.5°C to 54.5°C)
Only Shown if ISU110 = 1 (Master Zone Controller)
and ISU174 = 2 or more. Must have Discharge
Temperature Sensor present.
369
Staging
Discharge
Temperature
Low Limit
55
0
50-60
55°F (13°C)
Disabled
50°F to 60°F (10°C to 15.5°C)
Only Shown if ISU110 = 1 (Master Zone Controller)
and ISU176 = 2. Must have Discharge Temperature
Sensor present.
370
Indoor Humidity
Sensor
0
1
2
E
Disabled
Internal—sensor in thermostat
Remote
Auto Discovered
If there is a remote sensor installed and the setting is
either auto discover or “remote” the internal thermostat
humidity sensor is disabled. If set to “internal” the
internal thermostat sensor is presented on the screen.
If set to “disabled” the internal sensor and any remote
sensors are disabled, there will be no humidity
displayed and will have no humidification/
dehumidification control.
372
Indoor
Humidification
Control
0
1
3
E
Off
Humidify with no Frost Protection
Humidify with Frost Protection
Auto Discover
Shown only if ISU370 = 1, 2 or E.
Disabled
30 minutes
45 minutes
60 minutes
75 minutes
See Dual Fuel Heat Pump control on page 22.
-15
-12
-9.5
-6.5
-4
-1
1.5
4.5
7
10
13
15.5
No heat pump compressor lockout
5°F -15.0°C
10°F -12.0°C
15°F -9.5°C
20°F -6.5°C
25°F -4.0°C
30°F -1.0°C
35°F 1.5°C
40°F 4.5°C
45°F 7.0°C
50°F 10.0°C
55°F 13.0°C
60°F 15.5°C
(Show 1/2 degree C)
Only shown for heat pump applications with an
outdoor temperature sensor present.
-15
-12
-9.5
-6.5
-4
-1
1.5
4.5
7
10
13
15.5
18.5
No heat pump auxiliary lockout
5°F -15.0°C
10°F -12.0°C
15°F -9.5°C
20°F -6.5°C
25°F -4.0°C
30°F -1.0°C
35°F 1.5°C
40°F 4.5°C
45°F 7.0°C
50°F 10.0°C
55°F 13.0°C
60°F 15.5°C
65°F 18.5°C
(Show 1/2 degree C)
Only shown for heat pump applications with an
outdoor temperature sensor present.
None
Remote
Auto Discover
160°F (71°C)
Disabled
35°F to 50°F (1.5°C to 10°C)
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Table 3. Installer Setup Menu. (Continued)
ISU
Parameter
Number
Installer Setup
Name
Settings
(Factory Defaults Shown in Bold)
Hum Fan Action
379
Dehumidification 0
Control
1
3
383
Over-Cooling
Limit
384
Dehumidification 0
Fan Action
1
System fan turns on with dehumidifier
Only shown if ISU379 = 3.
Dehumidifier operates independent of system fan
390
Southern
0
Dehumidification 1
Away Mode
No
Yes
Not shown if ISU379 = 0.
ISU 391-394 will only be shown if ISU390 = 1.
391
Southern
0
Dehumidification 1
Away Mode Fan 2
Setting
Fan Auto
Fan On
Fan Circulate
If ISU391 = 1 or 2 to help remove condensation from
the air handler and the A-coil, some humidity may be
re-introduced into the living space.
392
Southern
70-80
Dehumidification
Away Mode Low
Limit
Temperature
Setting
70°F–80°F
Default = 76°F
The air conditioner will be allowed to cool the living
space to this temperature to meet the humidity setting
that set in ISU394.
393
Southern
70-99
Dehumidification
Away
Temperature
Setting
70°F–99°F
Default = 85°F
The A/C will maintain this temperature provided the
humidity setting is satisfied. This temperature setting
can not be set lower than the temperature set in ISU
392.
394
Southern
55-70
Dehumidification
Away
Dehumidification
Setting
55%–70% relative humidity
Default = 65%
Set the desired humidity level to maintain within the
living space
400
Ventilation control 0
1
2
No ventilation
Ventilation on at all times
Ventilation on except during sleep period
If ISU300 = 0, ISU401-405 will not be shown.
401
Number of
bedrooms
1-6
1–6 bedrooms
Default = 2
402
Total house
Sq. Ft.
10-50
1000–5000 sq. ft. in increments of 100
Default = 1000 sq. ft.
403
Ventilation CFM
30-195 30–195 CFM in increments of 5
Default = 160 CFM
404
Max ventilation
percentage limit
30-60
100
30%–60%
Default = 50%
unlimited
405
Ventilation Fan
Action
1
2
Vent on will force fan on also
Vent will not force fan ON
406
Ventilation in
High Humidity
0
1
Off
On
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0
1
2
3
Notes
374
1
2
3
Humidify only while fan or heat is on
Humidify will force fan on
Humidify only when heat is on
Humidifier operates independent of fan
Setting 0 will run the humidifier only during a call for
heat or if the fan is running.
Setting 1 will force the fan to run if there is a call for
humidification.
Setting 2 will humidify only during a call for heat.
Setting 3 assumes the humidifier has it own internal
fan and will not require the system fan or heat to be
operating during a call for humidification.
None
Dehumidify with Air Conditioning
Whole house Dehumidifier
Option 1 uses dehum terminal as a normally closed
relay to wire to a low-speed fan terminal.
Option 3 uses dehum terminal as a normally open
relay to wire to a whole-house dehumidifier.
Only shown if ISU379 = 1.
0.5 1°F 0.5°C
1.0 2°F 1.0°C
1.5 3°F 1.5°C
(Show 1/2 degree C)
The thermostat will determine if ventilation is meeting
ASHRAE standard 62.2. The display will show a P
above the setup number if the setting passes the
ASHRAE standard, or F if it does not. Best practice is
to move the setting down until F is displayed, then
move up one setting to the minimum passing value.
Only shown if ISU372 and ISU400 are not set to 0.
When set to On will use ventilation to remove humidity
when thermostat is in the heat mode.
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Table 3. Installer Setup Menu. (Continued)
ISU
Parameter
Number
Installer Setup
Name
Settings
(Factory Defaults Shown in Bold)
Notes
Furnace Filter
Change
Reminder
502
Furnace filter
0
reminder run time 1
equipment counts
Counts runtime Heat and Cool
Counts runtime Cool only
510
USU
Humidifier Pad
Replacement
Reminder
0
1
2
3
E
Disabled
90 C Days or 30 R.T. Days
180 C Days or 60 R.T. Days
365 C Days or 90 R.T. Days
Auto Discover
520
USU
UV Lamp
Replacement
Reminder
0
1
2
E
Disabled
365 Days
730 Days (2 years)
Auto Discover
530
USU
Adaptive
Intelligent
Recovery
0
1
Conventional
Adaptive
See Temperature Recovery on page 31.
540
USU
Number of
Periods
2
4
2 Periods
4 Periods
2 periods = Wake and Sleep.
4 periods = Wake, Leave, Return, and Sleep.
580
Min Compressor 0
Off Time
1
2
3
4
5
Off
1 minute
2 minutes
3 minutes
4 minutes
5 minutes
600
Heat Temp
Range Stops
40-90
40°F–90°F (Show 1/2 degree C)
Default = 90°F
610
Cool Temp
Range Stops
60-99
60°F–99°F (Show 1/2 degree C)
Default = 60°F
640
USU
Clock Format
12
24
12 Hour
24 Hour
650
Extended Fan on 0
time Heat (Blower 30
Off Delay Heat) 60
90
120
Off
30 seconds
60 seconds
90 seconds
120 seconds
660
Extended Fan on 0
time Cool (Blower 30
Off Delay Heat) 60
90
120
Off
30 seconds
60 seconds
90 Seconds
120 Seconds
670
USU
Keypad Lockout
0
1
2
Unlocked
Partial Locked
Full Locked
680
Temp Control
Heat
1
Less Aggressive temp control (may cause temp
undershoot)
Standard (recommended)
More Aggressive temp control (may cause temp
overshoot)
Temp Control
Cool
1
690
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
E
Disabled
10 R.T. Days
30 R.T. Days
60 R.T. Days
90 R.T. Days
120 R.T Days
180 R.T. Days
270 R.T. Days
365 R.T. Days
30 C Days
60 C Days
90 C Days
120 C Days
180 C Days
365 C Days
Auto Discover
500
USU
2
3
2
3
Display will show Calendar Days if ISU372 = 0; Run
Time Days if ISU372 = 1 or 3.
This can be used to remove condensation from A-coil;
however, could re-introduce humidity into the living
space.
Less Aggressive temp control (may cause temp
undershoot)
Standard (recommended)
More Aggressive temp control (may cause temp
overshoot)
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Table 3. Installer Setup Menu. (Continued)
ISU
Parameter
Number
700
Installer Setup
Name
Temperature
Display Offset
Settings
(Factory Defaults Shown in Bold)
-3
-2
-1
0
1
2
3
701
Humidity Display -5
Offset
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
-5%
-4%
-3%
-2%
-1%
0%
1%
2%
3%
4%
5%
710
Restore Factory
Defaults
No
Yes
0
1
Notes
-3°F -1.5°C
-2°F -1°C
-1°F -.5°C
0°F 0. °C — (no difference in displayed
temperature and actual room temperature)
1°F .5°C
2°F 1°C
3°F 1.5°C
Restoring factory defaults will re-set installer setup and
programming.
INSTALLER SYSTEM TEST
Use the Installer System Test to test the heating, cooling and
fan (and emergency heat for heat pump systems).
SYSTEM TEST
NUMBER
SYSTEM STATUS
NUMBER
UP ARROW
TURNS THE
SYSTEM ON
CAUTION
Equipment Damage Hazard.
Minimum compressor off time is bypassed during
Installer System Test
Avoid cycling compressor quickly.
How to Use the Installer System Test
DONE
The Installer Test is part of the Installer Setup Menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter the Installer System Test by entering the Installer
Setup.
Note that the test appears at the end of the Installer
Setup Numbers.
See Fig. 28 to review how the thermostat buttons are
used during the Installer System Test. See Table 6 for
available Installer System Tests.
If installed with a Discharge Air Temperature Sensor
(ISU365=1) press the “MORE” button to view the discharge temperature, and press Cancel to return to the
Installer test screen.
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DONE KEY
UP ARROW KEY
EXITS INSTALLER ADVANCES TO
SYSTEM TEST
NEXT SYSTEM
TEST NUMBER
DOWN ARROW
TURNS THE
SYSTEM OFF
M22428
Fig. 28. Review thermostat buttons used during Installer
System Test.
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
Installer System Tests
Table 4. Installer System Test.
System Test Number
Test 1
Test Type
Installer Test Cool
ISU Value
System Status Number and Description
Off
0
Cool Stage 1
1
Cool Stages 1 & 2
2
Test 2
Installer Test Fan
0
Off
1
Fan On
Off
Test 3
Installer Test Heat
0
Heat Stage 1
1
Heat Stages 1, 2
2
Heat Stages 1,2,3
3
Heat Stages 1,2,3,4
4
Off
Test 4
Emergency Heat Test
0
AUX Heat Stage 1
1
AUX Heat Stages 1 and 2
2
Test 5
Installer Test Humidifier
0
Off
1
Humidifier On
Test 6
Installer Test Dehumidifier
0
Off
1
Dehumidifier On
Test 7
Installer Test Ventilator
0
Off
1
Ventilator On
Err
Diagnostic Recall
00-99
See “Communication Error Codes” on page 34
Press the Next button to go to the beginning of the Installer Setup or press the Done button to exit the Installer System Test.
When VisionPRO® IAQ is used in a zoning system you must exit the installer test on one thermostat before entering the installer
test on another thermostat.
OPERATION
Thermostat Display
Thermostat Keys
SHOWS THE CURRENT INSIDE
TEMPERATURE
SHOWS CURRENT DAY
OF THE WEEK
DOWN ARROW
SYSTEM
SET TO
TEMPERATURE
FAN
LOWERS TEMPERATURE
SETTING
SELECTS EM.
HEAT/HEAT/OFF/COOL
SHOWS FAN
SETTING
SHOWS THE
CURRENT SET
TEMPERATURE
UP ARROW
FAN
RAISES
TEMPERATURE
SETTING
SELECTS
ON/AUTO/CIRC
TU
FAN
TUE
FAN
INSIDE TEMPERATURE
TUE
Inside
Set To
AUTO
Inside
Set To
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
AUTO
EM HEAT
HEAT
OFF
COOL
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
HEAT
A
M
Humidity
AM
COOL
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
MORE
Humidity
SCHED
SCHED
ENTERS
SCHEDULING
MODE
HOLD
SETS A PERMANENT
HOLD AND ACTIVITIES
VACATION HOLD
HOLD
CLOCK
CLOCK
SETS THE
TIME
FORWARD
OR BACK
SCREEN
MORE
SYSTEM
SHOWS
CURRENT
SYSTEM
POSITION
MORE
SHOWS ADDITIONAL
ACCESSORY AND
MAINTENANCE
OPTIONS
TIME
DISPLAY CURRENT
TIME OF DAY, HOLD
TIME REMAINING OR
NUMBER OF VACATION
DAYS REMAINING
FOLLOWING
SCHEDULE
SHOWS THE
THERMOSTAT IS
FOLLOWING THE
PROGRAMMED
SCHEDULE
M23501
SCREEN
LOCKS OUT THE
SCREEN TO ALLOW
FOR CLEANING
M23500
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System and Fan Settings
1.
2.
System
The System key selections vary based on your heating and/or
cooling system type.
3.
Press the More key until the inside humidity level setpoint is shown.
Use Up and Down arrow keys, located to the right of the
humidity setpoint, to set desired humidity level.
Press Done key.
Control Dehumidification Level
Heat — Thermostat controls the heating system.
The VisionPRO® IAQ Touchscreen Thermostat reads the
inside humidity level and allows for a dehumidification setting,
and can be set to dehumidify using the air conditioner or a
whole house dehumidifier.
Off — Both heating and cooling systems are off.
Cool — Thermostat controls the cooling system.
Auto — Thermostat automatically changes between heating
and cooling operation, depending on indoor temperature.
CURRENT
INDOOR
HUMIDITY
Em. Heat — Emergency heat cycles to maintain temperature.
Compressor is locked out and auxiliary heat turns on as
needed.
Fan
The Fan key selections vary based on the heating and/or
cooling system type.
Inside
On — Fan runs continuously. Use this setting for improved air
circulation or for more efficient central air cleaning.
Auto — fan follows the fan program schedule.
Circ — fan runs randomly approximately 35% of the time. Use
this setting for improved air circulation or for more efficient
central air cleaning when you do not want the fan running
continuously.
Control Humidification Level
The VisionPRO® IAQ Touchscreen Thermostat reads the
inside humidity level and allows for a humidification setting with
or without frost protection. Humidification will only take place
when the thermostat is in Heat mode or in Auto mode when the
previous call was a call for heating.
WITH FROST PROTECTION
Controlling humidification with frost protection requires an
outdoor temperature sensor. The Frost Index (scale 1–10) will
limit the amount of humidity added to the air based on outdoor
temperature, with 1=most dry and 10=most humid. This
prevents frost from accumulating on windows.
DEHUMIDIFIER
Humidity
MORE
DONE
DEHUMIDIFIER
SETTING
(AUTO/OFF)
CANCEL
HUMIDITY SET
POINT
M23496
With Air Conditioner
The set range for dehumidification is 40 to 80%, and can be set
in 5% increments. The thermostat must be in Cool mode or
Auto mode when the previous call was a call for cooling.
Inside
DEHUMIDIFIER
Inside
HUMIDIFIER
DONE
CANCEL
M23514
Dehumidifying in this manner runs the air conditioner longer
than simply cooling the house would require, and can be set to
run 1, 2, or 3°F below the temperature setpoint. This feature is
called Dehumidification Droop Control.
Humidity
MORE
DONE
CANCEL
M23518
NOTE: You must use this setting if:
WITHOUT FROST PROTECTION
The frost setpoint is not displayed, but a humidity setpoint can
still be set.
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—
No powered, whole house dehumidifier is present,
and
The system uses the air conditioner as the
dehumidifier.
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
DEHUMIDIFICATION DROOP CONTROL
In extremely high humidity conditions, the thermostat keeps
the air conditioner running (energizing Y/Y2 and G) for up to
3°F below the temperature setpoint. It does this while trying to
achieve the desired humidity setpoint and balancing that with
the temperature setpoint. The thermostat controls up to 3° F
below the temperature setting until either the humidity setpoint
is satisfied or conditions change.
With Whole House Dehumidifier
Controls humidity levels in the house by dehumidifying without
the use of the air conditioner. This setting requires a dedicated
unit for dehumidification. Dehumidification with a whole house
dehumidifier will take place when the thermostat is in the Cool,
Off, Auto, Heat or Em.Heat modes. If the system is installed
with a whole house humidifier, dehumidification with a whole
house dehumidifier will only take place when the thermostat is
in Cool, Off or Auto modes (Auto only if the previous call was a
call for cooling).
When controlling a whole-house dehumidifier the user can
toggle between auto (dehumidify when needed based on
setpoint and current humidity level) and off (see Fig. 29).
DONE
M23520
Ventilation occurs two ways:
AUTOMATIC
Uses installer setup to determine amount of ventilation
required based on house and equipment size. To disable
automatic ventilation, switch the ventilation setting to Off. The
user can still use the timer to request ventilation.
ON DEMAND
User can also set a vent timer that will circulate fresh air into
the home for a set period of time from 20 to 180 minutes in 20minute increments. The vent timer is enabled whether
ventilation is set to “Auto” or “Off.”
Inside
DEHUMIDIFIER
Humidity
MORE
DONE
CANCEL
M23515
VENT
Fig. 29. Display when controlling a whole-house
dehumidifier.
1.
2.
3.
Minutes
Press the More key until the inside humidity percent and
dehumidification setpoint are shown.
Use Up and Down arrow keys, located to the right of the
dehumidifier setpoint, to set desired humidity level for
dehumidification in the summer.
Press Done key.
Ventilation Control
Ventilation setup options include ISUs 400, 401, 402, 403, and
404. Combined, these will determine a percentage of
maximum ventilation limit. The thermostat will calculate
whether or not this level of ventilation meets ASHRAE
standard 62.2. If ASHRAE 62.2 is met a P will appear in the
display above the setup number. If ASHRAE 62.2 is not met an
F will appear in the display above the setup number.
Passing ASHRAE 62.2 is only applicable when vent is running.
For example, if installer has set to not vent during sleep period,
ASHRAE 62.2 would be met at all times except during sleep
period.
21
MORE
DONE
CANCEL
M23519
VENTILATION IN HIGH HUMIDITY CONDITIONS (SETUP FUNCTION 0406)
If Ventilation Control is available (setup function 0400 set to 1
or 2), this allows the ventilation equipment to turn on if the
humidity rises approximately 10% above the RH setting in
heating mode to exhaust the extra humidity.
HEAT PUMP OPERATION
Heat Pump LED Indication
A red LED indication is located in the upper right corner of the
thermostat. It is only visible when lighted.
When the L terminal is wired to an equipment monitor, the LED
signals when a check or fail signal is sent to the thermostat
from the system. This is operational in the Heat, Off, Cool or
Auto positions.
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Heat Pump Emergency Heat LED Indication
The thermostat uses a red LED indicator that lights when the
thermostat is in the Emergency Heat mode. The LED is located
in the upper right corner of the thermostat. It is visible only
when on.
Heat Pump Temperature Lockouts
Dual Fuel Heat Pump and Outdoor Temperature
Sensor
Balance Point/Auxiliary Heat Lockout Plus 2° Droop
(ISU 345 = 2)
When the outdoor temperature is above the Auxiliary Heat
Lockout Temperature only the compressor operates; below the
balance point temperature (setup function 0360) only the fossil
fuel operates. Between the balance point temperature and
auxiliary heat lockout temperature the compressor will operate.
However, the fossil fuel will turn on if the room temperature
droops approximately 2°F below the temperature setting,
compressor will be disabled.
In this operation, there is no external fossil fuel kit (dual fuel kit)
installed; the thermostat controls this function.
2.
3.
4.
5.
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
1.
COMPRESSOR ONLY
Choose correct heat pump application in Installer Setup
Number 0172.
Choose Fossil Fuel Option as the backup heat source
in Installer Setup Number 0200.
Choose No External Fossil Fuel Kit Option is controlling back up heat in Installer Setup Number 0210.
Choose Outdoor Temperature Sensor for Heat Pump
Temperature Lockouts in Installer Setup Number 0342.
Choose appropriate Balance Point Temperature in
Installer Setup Number 0350.
Balance Point Only (ISU345 = 0)
NOTE: System must have an outdoor temperature sensor.
When the outdoor temperature is above the selected balance
point temperature, only the compressor operates and the fan
(G terminal) energizes when the thermostat calls for heat. See
Fig. 30. When the outdoor temperature is below the selected
balance point temperature, only the fossil fuel (auxiliary heat)
operates and the fan (G terminal) does not energize when the
thermostat calls for heat.
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
COMPRESSOR+2 °F
DROOP UPSTAGE TO
FURNACE
BALANCE
POINT
35
FURNACE ONLY
M23497
Fig. 31. Balance Point with Auxiliary Lockout Temperature.
Dual Fuel Heat Pump Control
AUXILIARY LOCKOUT FOR ELECTRIC HEAT BACKUP
Heat Pump systems with electric heat backup can select a
compressor lockout temperature (function 0350) and/or
auxiliary heat lockout temperature (function 0360). When the
outdoor temperature is below the compressor lockout
temperature, only the auxiliary heat operates. When the
outdoor temperature is between the compressor and auxiliary
lockout temperatures, both the compressor and auxiliary heat
can operate.
NOTE: System must have an outdoor temperature sensor.
Heat Pump with Electric Auxiliary (Backup) Heat and
Outdoor Temperature Sensor
1.
COMPRESSOR ONLY
2.
3.
BALANCE
POINT
30
AUX.
LOCKOUT
50
4.
FOSSIL FUEL ONLY
5.
M22441
Choose correct heat pump application in Installer Setup
Number 0172.
Choose Electric as Auxiliary (Backup) Heat Source in
Installer Setup Number 0200.
Choose Outdoor Temperature Sensor in Installer
Setup Number 0342.
Choose Compressor Lockout Temperature in Installer
Setup Number 0350.
Choose Auxiliary Lockout Temperature in Installer
Setup Number 0360.
Fig. 30. Dual Fuel Heat Pump Operation in Heat mode with
Balance Point Set.
NOTE: There is a 5°F deadband between the Compressor
and Auxiliary Heat Lockout Temperatures.
Balance Point Plus 2° Droop (ISU345 = 1)
Operation in Heat Mode
The fossil fuel will turn on when the outdoor temperature is
above the balance point if the room temperature droops
approximately 2 degrees below the temperature setting, and
the compressor will be disabled.
When the outdoor temperature is below the Compressor
Lockout Temperature, only the Auxiliary Heat operates.
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When the outdoor temperature is above the Auxiliary Lockout
Temperature, only the Compressor operates. See Fig. 32.
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
Operation in Emergency Heat Mode
COMPRESSOR ONLY
50
BOTH COMPRESSOR AND
AUXILIARY HEAT
35
AUXILIARY ONLY
Once the thermostat is placed into the Emergency Heat mode,
the compressor and auxiliary lockout features are turned off. In
the Emergency heat mode, the compressor is locked out. The
first stage of heat is whatever is connected to the AUX
terminal. The second stage of heat is connected to the AUX2.
terminal.
AUXILIARY
LOCKOUT
TEMPERATURE
COMPRESSOR
LOCKOUT
TEMPERATURE
Operating Sequence
M19950
Fig. 32. Heat Pump Operation with Lockout
Temperatures Set.
When the outdoor temperature is between the two
temperatures, both the Compressor and Auxiliary Heat operate.
The thermostat energizes specific terminal(s), depending on
the demand for heating, cooling or fan. The thermostat screen
shows the time, inside temperature, system and fan selections.
Additional indicators are shown when the heating, cooling or
fan is energized. See Table 5 and 6 for specification
information.
Table 5. Sequence of Operation for Conventional Systems.
System Setting
Off
Cool or Auto
Cool or Auto
Cool or Auto
Fan Setting
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Call for Action
Energize Terminals
None
None
Y, G
None
None
Stage 1 Cooling
Stage 1 and Stage 2 cooling
Heat or Auto
Heat or Auto
Auto
Auto
None
Stage 1 heating
W1, Ga
None
Heat On
Heat or Auto
Auto
Stage 1 and Stage 2 heating
W1, W2c, Ge
Heat On
Heat or Auto
Auto
Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3 heating
W1, W2c, W3d, Ge
Heat On
Y, Y2b, G
None
Screen Message
None
None
Cool On
Cool On
aG
energizes only if Installer set up number 180 is set to Option 1 (Electric Heat).
installer setup (ISU174) is configured for two stages of cooling.
c If installer setup (ISU 176) is configured for two or more stages of heating.
d If installer setup (ISU 176) is configured for three stages of heating.
e G energizes only if Installer set up number 180 is set to Option 1 (Electric Heat) or 2 (Hot water coil).
b If
Table 6. Sequence of Operation for Heat Pump Systems.
System Setting Fan Setting
Off
Auto
none
Call for Action
Energize Terminals
a
O/B
Screen message
None
Cool or Auto
Auto
none
Cool or Auto
Auto
Stage 1 cooling
Cool or Auto
Auto
Stage 1 and Stage 2 cooling
Y,
Heat or Auto
Auto
none
O/Ba
Heat or Auto
Auto
Stage 1 heating
Y, G, O/Ba
Heat or Auto
Auto
Stage 1 and Stage 2 heating
Heat or Auto
Auto
Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3 heating
Heat or Auto
Auto
Em.Heatb
Auto
Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3 and Stage 4 heating Yf, Y2c,f, AUXd, AUX2e, G, O/Ba Aux Heat On
None
None
O/Ba
b
Auto
Stage 1 Heating
Em.Heatb
Auto
Stage 1 and Stage 2 heating
Em.Heat
None
O/Ba
Y, G,
Y,
Y2c,
Y
G,
Cool On
O/Ba
None
Y2c
f,
Cool On
O/Ba
Heat On
Heat On
a
, G, O/B
Y2c,f,
AUXd,
G,
O/Ba
Aux Heat On
AUXd, G, O/Ba
d,
AUX
AUX2e,
Aux Heat On
G,
O/Ba
Aux Heat On
a Configure
O/B in Installer Setup. Based on last piece of equipment called (cooling = O or Heating = B).
LED is on. See LED indication section for more details (page 21).
c If installer setup (ISU 174) is configured for 2 compressor stages.
d If installer setup (ISU 176) is configured for one or more stages of Auxiliary Heat.
e
If installer setup (ISU 176) is configured for two stages of Auxiliary Heat.
f If thermostat is controlling backup heat, see temperature lockout section (page 22).
b Red
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Table 7. Indoor Air Quality Operation.
Last call
System Setting
Auto
Call For Action
Humidification
HUM1 and HUM2 Closea
Nothinga
Energize
terminals
None
Auto
Dehumidification
Nothingb
DHM1 and DHM2 closee
None
Auto
Dehumidification
Auto
Heat or Em.Heat
Heat or Em.Heat
Ventilation
Humidification
Dehumidification
Nothingb
VNT1 and VNT2 Close
HUM1 and HUM2 Close
Yc and Gc
None
None
None
Heat or Em.Heat
Cool
Ventilation
Humidification
VNT1 and VNT2 Closed
VNT1 and VNT2 Close
NA
DHM1 and DHM2 openc
VNT1 and VNT2 Close
NA
NA
NA
None
None
Cool
Dehumidification
NA
DHM1 and DHM2 closee
None
Cool
Dehumidification
NA
Cool
Ventilation
NA
DHM1 and DHM2 openc
VNT1 and VNT2 Close
Yc and Gc
None
Heat
Cool
Nothing
a
a Humidification
only operates in heating or when last call was for heating.
only operates in cooling or when last call was for cooling.
c Must be set up in installer setup (ISU 379) for dehumidification with air conditioning.
d Installer setup (ISU 406) must be setup for Ventilation in high humidity or nothing will happen.
e Only with whole house dehumidifier.
b Dehumidification
Multi-Stage Heat and Cool Control
In a multi-stage system, while maintaining setpoint, several
factors affect when the next stage energizes, such as load
conditions, environmental conditions, P+I control, and home
insulation. The next stage energizes when the thermostat
senses the previous stage is running at 90% capacity. This
operation is droopless control.
TUE
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
Inside
Set To
SYSTEM
EM HEAT
User Setup
OFF
COOL
Follow these steps to enter the User Setup:
Humidity
DONE
1.
Following
Schedule
CANCEL
Press and release the System key.
M23503
3.
THU
FAN
ON
Inside
Release the center blank key when the screen on the
thermostat matches the screen below.
AUTO
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
EM HEAT
OFF
A
M
COOL
Humidity
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK SCREEN
M23502
2.
Press and hold the center blank key for approximately
five seconds until the screen changes.
DONE
M22440
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4.
See the screen below to review how the thermostat keys
are used during the User Setup. See Table 8 for the User
Setup numbers and settings.
ADVANCE TO NEXT
USER SETUP
USER SETUP
NUMBER
MON
CURRENT
SETTING
WED
THU
U
FRI
SAT
AT
5.
CHANGE THE
CURRENT
SETTING
520
M19922
Press the Done key to exit the User Setup screen.
User
Setup User Setup
No.
Name
120 Date (Year
Upper)
130 Date (Year
Lower)
140 Date (Month)
160
165
280
320
330
400
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
E
Humidifier Pad 0
Replacement 1
Reminder
2
3
E
UV Lamp
0
Replacement 1
Reminder
2
E
Adaptive
0
Intelligent
1
Recovery
Number of
2
Periods
4
Clock Format 12
24
Keypad
0
Lockout
1
2
510
530
Table 8. User Setup Menu.
150
User
Setup User Setup
No.
Name
500 Furnace Filter
Change
Reminder
SUN
DONE
O
PRESS TO EXIT
USER SETUP
Table 8. User Setup Menu. (Continued)
540
Settings
20
21
01-99 Default = 06
640
670
1-12 Select number that represents current
calendar month.
Default = 06
Date (Day)
1-31 Select number that represents current
calendar date.
Default = 15
Schedule
4
Seven-day programmable
Options
0
Non-programmable
Restore Energy 0
No
Star Schedule 1
Yes
Continuous
0
Backlight not on continuously.
Backlight
Thermostat backlight comes on with
each key press.
1
Backlight is on continuously.
Temperature
0
Fahrenheit temperature display
Indication
1
Celsius temperature display
Scale
Daylight Saving 0
Disabled
1
Enabled (US 1987)
2
Enabled (US 2007)
Ventilation
0
No ventilation
control
1
Ventilation on at all times
2
Ventilation on except during sleep
period
Settings
Disabled
10 R.T. Days
30 R.T. Days
60 R.T. Days
90 R.T. Days
120 R.T Days
180 R.T. Days
270 R.T. Days
365 R.T. Days
30 C Days
60 C Days
90 C Days
120 C Days
180 C Days
365 C Days
Auto Discover
Disabled
90 C Days
180 C Days
365 C Days
Auto Discover
Disabled
365 Days
730 Days (2 years)
Auto Discover
Conventional
Adaptive
2 Periods
4 Periods
12 Hour
24 Hour
Unlocked
Partial Locked
Full Locked
PROGRAMMING
Preprogrammed Energy Star Settings
Table 9 shows default program settings. Visit the Energy Star
web site at www.energystar.gov for additional education and
resources on programmable touchscreen thermostats.
Table 9. Energy Star Default Program Settings.
Schedule
Period
Setpoints
Time
Heat
Cool
Fan
Setting
Wake
6:00AM
70°F (21°C)
Leave
8:00AM
62°F (16.5°C) 85°F (29.5°C) Auto
78°F (25.5°C) Auto
Return
6:00PM
70°F (21°C)
Sleep
10:00PM 62°F (16.5°C) 82°F (28°C)
78°F (25.5°C) Auto
Auto
Program Heating and Cooling Schedule
Your thermostat can control up to four different schedule
periods per day:
Wake—Period when you awaken and want your home at a
comfortable temperature.
Leave—Period when you are away from home and want an
energy-saving temperature.
Return—Period when you return home and want your home
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back to a comfortable temperature.
Sleep—Period when you are asleep and want an energysaving temperature.
MON
FAN
ON
AUTO
CIRC
NOTE: Schedule times are in 15-minute intervals.
Edit Schedule
1.
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
HEAT
CANCEL
PERIOD
Press Sched key.
AM
COOL
FRI
FAN
Inside
Set
DONE
AUTO
Following
Schedule
4.
HEAT
5.
AM
PM
Humidity
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press Edit key.
FAN
RETURN
SLEEP
CANCEL
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
Press Wake key. Once pressed, Wake flashes to show it
is selected.
Press Up and Down keys to modify time and heat and
cool temperatures from this screen.
SUN
Press Leave key and repeat step 5.
Press Return key and repeat step 5.
Press Sleep key and repeat step 5.
When complete, press Done key. “Saving Changes”
appears on the screen to indicate changes are being
saved to the day(s) modified.
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS SCREEN LOCKED
Inside
Set To
CANCEL
PERIOD
SYSTEM
EM HEAT
HEAT
OFF
COOL
AUTO
EDIT
HOLD
WAKE
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
Following
Schedule
AM
PM
SCHED
MON
HEAT
AUTO
DONE
LEAVE
NOTE: The Fan setting can be programmed for On, Auto, or
Circ for each period selected. See Fan Schedule section for more information.
SCREEN
M23504
MON
WAKE
M19955
SYSTEM
2.
SUN
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS
SAVING
CHANGES
COOL
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
SLEEP
CANCEL
M22553
M19956
3.
It is OK to pick multiple days. Select any combination of
days to edit. These days are scheduled with the same
times and temperatures. Check marks appear next to
days selected.
NOTE: To set a Program Schedule for the remaining days of
the week, repeat steps 1–9. Example: If Mon–Fri was
selected first, go back and repeat steps 1–9 for Sat
and Sun.
10.
To exit schedule without saving changes, press Cancel
key any time.
Cancel a Schedule Period
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Press Sched key.
Press Edit key.
Select the Day(s) of the week desired.
Press schedule period you want to cancel (Wake, Leave,
Return or Sleep). Once selected, the period flashes.
Press Cancel Period key.
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
TUE
MON
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
Fan Control
SUN
If the Fan program is scheduled, Auto is shown and any
programmable mode that is set; for example, if during Wake
period, Fan is set to Auto, only Auto is shown in the Fan area.
However, if during the Wake period, fan is scheduled to On,
both Auto and On are shown. Auto indicates fan is running its
schedule; On indicates Fan schedule is set to On.
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS SCREEN LOCKED
FAN
Inside
Set To
HEAT
AUTO
CANCEL
PERIOD
SYSTEM
EM HEAT
HEAT
OFF
COOL
AUTO
Following
Schedule
AM
PM
SCHED
HOLD
WAKE
DONE
THU
COOL
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
SLEEP
FAN
ON
AUTO
CANCEL
Inside
Set
M22446
6.
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
The time, temperature(s) and fan setting disappear. The
bar above the selected period is removed, indicating the
scheduled period was cancelled.
HEAT
AM
COOL
Humidity
NOTE: To reinstate a schedule period, press arrow keys to
set desired time and temperatures.
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
M23505
TUE
MON
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
SUN
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS
FAN
Table 10. Fan Program Operation and Screen Status.
HEAT
COOL
DONE
WAKE
LEAVE
RETURN
SLEEP
CANCEL
M19957
7.
Press Done key.
Press Fan key while in the Scheduling Screen to program the
System Fan. Choices available from the Scheduling Screen:
Auto (default position)—fan runs with equipment.
Programmable for all schedule periods (Wake, Leave, Return
and Sleep).
On—fan runs continuously (programmable for all schedule
periods).
Circ—fan runs randomly for approximately 35% of schedule
period (programmable for all schedule periods).
FAN
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
Inside
Set To
DONE
SUN
HEAT
AUTO
CANCEL
PERIOD
Following
Schedule
AM
PM
SCHED
Energize
Terminal
Fan
Status
shown on
Screen
Auto
Auto
None
None
Auto
Auto
On
Fan
G
Auto/On
Auto
Circ
None
None
Auto/Circ
Auto
Circ
Fan
G
Auto/Circ
HOLD
WAKE
COOL
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
SLEEP
Auto—fan is automatically following the Fan schedule (choices
are Auto, On or Circulate).
On—overrides Fan schedule. Fan is continuously On.
Circ—overrides Fan schedule. Fan circulates randomly for
approximately 35% of time until the Auto position is selected.
Table 11. Manual Override of Fan Schedule Operation.
Fan
Setting
Auto
Auto
Auto
On
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS SCREEN LOCKED
SYSTEM
EM HEAT
HEAT
OFF
COOL
AUTO
Call
for
Action
Manual Override of Fan Schedule
Fan Schedule
MON
Fan
Setting
Fan
Program
Schedule
CANCEL
M22447
Fan
Schedule
Override
Setting
On
Circ
Circ
Autoa
Call
for
Action
Fan
None
Fan
Energize
Terminal
G
None
G
Screen
Message
Under
Fan
Setting
On
Circ
Circ
—
—
—
On
Circ
None
None
Circ
On
Circ
Fan
G
Circ
Circ
Autoa
Circ
On
—
Fan
—
G
—
On
aAuto
Override resumes the Fan Program in each schedule
period (Wake, Leave, Return and Sleep)
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OPERATE VISIONPRO® IAQ
3.
NOTE: Once “Hold Temperature Until” time is reached, the
thermostat shows “Following Schedule” on the screen
to indicate that “Temporary Hold” has ended.
Set Time
1.
2.
Press the Cancel or Sched key to cancel “Hold
Temperature Until” and resume schedule.
Press Clock.
Use arrows to set current time.
PERMANENT HOLD
Permanent Hold changes the temperature setting until
Permanent Hold is cancelled.
TUE
1.
2.
Press Hold key. “Permanent Hold” appears on the
screen.
Press Up or Down arrow next to the temperature you
want to set during “Hold.”
AM
TUE
FAN
DONE
CANCEL
Inside
Set To
AUTO
M19958
SYSTEM
3.
Press Done key.
IMPORTANT
The current day of the week should already be set
correctly. If not, see Installer Setup to set the day.
AM
COOL
Humidity
Permanent
Hold
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
CANCEL
Set Temperature Overrides
M23507
The thermostat has four temperature override options: Hold
Temperature Until, Permanent Hold, Vacation Hold, and
Southern Dehumidification Away Setting.
3.
HOLD TEMPERATURE UNTIL (TEMPORARY HOLD)
Holds temperature temporarily until the next scheduled period
time or until the time the user sets.
1.
Press Up or Down arrow next to the temperature you
want to adjust. “Hold Temperature Until” time appears on
the screen. The Hold Temperature Until time defaults to
the start time of the next scheduled period.
NOTE: The Time Up and Down arrows are shown for approximately seven seconds. Pressing on the screen time
(where the Hold Temperature Until time is shown)
allows the arrows to reappear.
2.
Press Up or Down arrow next to the Time key to set
desired time for the thermostat to resume schedule.
Press Cancel key to cancel “Permanent Hold” and
resume the schedule.
VACATION HOLD
Changes temperature setting for a designated number of days.
1. Press the Up and Down arrow keys to set the desired
temperature while away on vacation. Notice that “Hold
Temperature Until” time is shown on the screen. (This is
the time the Vacation Hold override expires after the
number of days ends.)
2. Press Hold key twice. Screen shows “Hold Temperature
Until” one day.
3. Press Up and Down arrow keys to change the number of
Days you desire thermostat to override the schedule.
NOTE: Days Up and Down arrows appear for approximately
seven seconds. Pressing just below Hold Temperature Until on the screen allows the Days Up and Down
arrows to reappear.
TUE
FAN
THU
Inside
FAN
Set
AUTO
SYSTEM
Set To
SYSTEM
Hold Temperature
Until
COOL
HEAT
OFF
COOL
PM
Humidity
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
Hold Temperature
Until
DAYS
Humidity
SCREEN
SCHED
CANCEL
CLOCK
SCREEN
CANCEL
M23506
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AUTO
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4.
4.
To cancel the Vacation Hold override early, press the
Cancel key.
NOTE: When the number of days of Vacation Hold expires,
the screen shows “Following Schedule” to indicate
that Vacation Hold has ended.
Screen Locks
TUE
SOUTHERN DEHUMIDIFICATION AWAY SETTING
Southern Dehumidification Away Setting is an option that only
appears if ISU number 390 is set to yes. It can be used to
maintain the desired humidity level and temperature in the
living space while away for extended periods of time. See ISU
Numbers 390–394 for more information.
SCREEN LOCKED
FAN
Inside
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
COOL
Humidity
SCHED
Inside
Set
AUTO
FRI
FAN
Press the Done key to return to the Home Screen and
normal operation.
HOLD
CLOCK
AUTO
DEHUMIDIFIER
Partially Locked Screen
HEAT
When partially locked, the screen indicates Screen Locked for
5 to 7 seconds whenever the user attempts to press a key that
is locked. Pressing a locked key, while Screen Locked is
shown, flashes “Screen Locked” on the screen.
AM
COOL
Permanent
Hold
MORE
CANCEL
M23521
2.
MORE
M23509
SYSTEM
1.
SCREEN
Set To
Press Hold three times to enter the Southern Dehumidification Away Setting.
These settings can only be changed in installer setup.
Clean Thermostat Screen
The thermostat has a touch screen interaction. Follow these
steps to clean the screen without making thermostat changes:
1. Press the Screen key. Thermostat locks out all touch
keys for 30 seconds to allow for cleaning.
In this mode, all keys are locked except the Temperature Up
and Down arrow keys:
— User can change temperature up or down but cannot
change schedule settings.
— Temporary temperature change lasts until next scheduled
period and that time shows on screen.
— To cancel temperature override and begin following
schedule, press Cancel key.
— To unlock screen, see Installer Setup section.
Fully Locked Screen
In this mode, all keys are locked and not functional. To unlock
screen, see Installer Setup section. The screen continuously
displays “Screen Locked.”
OK TO
CLEAN
SCREEN
Humidification Control
If you have a humidifier and outdoor temperature sensor, you
can use Frost Control to reduce window condensation.
1.
2.
M19964
2.
3.
3.
Use damp cloth slightly moistened with water or household glass cleaner to clean the screen.
Repeat the above steps, as necessary.
IMPORTANT
Do not spray any type of liquid directly on the thermostat itself. If using household glass cleaner, spray
cleaner on cloth. Then use a cloth to clean the thermostat screen.
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Press MORE until the humidifier screen is displayed.
Press the Up or Down arrow to set the humidity and
Frost Control level. (Use a lower Frost Control level if
frost appears on windows. Use a higher setting if the air
is too dry.)
Press DONE to save and exit, or press CANCEL to exit
without saving changes.
NOTE: If you do not have an outdoor temperature sensor, the
Frost Control level will not be displayed.
Dehumidification Control
If installed to control a dehumidifier, the thermostat can activate
it as needed to reduce humidity.
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If you don’t have a dehumidifier, the thermostat activates the
air conditioner to reduce humidity (may cool as much as 3°F
lower than your temperature setting).
1.
2.
3.
1.
Press MORE until the dehumidifier screen is displayed.
Press the Up or Down arrow to set the desired humidity
level and operation (Auto or Off).
Press DONE to save and exit, or press CANCEL to exit
without saving changes.
Press the More key until the filter reminder appears on
the screen. This is the number of fan run-time or calendar days remaining on the filter reminder.
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
SUN
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
Ventilation Control
RESET
You can ventilate your home at any time:
1.
2.
3.
Press MORE until the ventilation screen is displayed.
Press the Up or Down arrow to set the ventilation timer.
You can set the timer to ventilate from 20 to 180 minutes,
in 20-minute increments. To turn off the ventilator, select
0.
Press DONE to save and exit, or press CANCEL to exit
without saving changes.
DAYS
DONE
SCHED
EDIT
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
MORE
SLEEP
CANCEL
M22449
2.
3.
If programmed for auto-ventilation by the installer, the
thermostat will ventilate your home as needed.
Press the Edit key.
Use the Up and Down keys to change the number of runtime or calendar days.
MON
Indoor Air Quality Reminders
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
SUN
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
Filter Change Reminder
The filter change reminder must be turned on from the Installer
Setup. Once expired, the screen flashes, “Change Filter” and a
Reset key appears. Press the Reset key to reset the change
reminder. The installer can configure the Filter Change
Reminder to display remaining run-time or calendar days.
DAYS
SCHED
DONE
MON
FAN
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SA
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
SLEEP
SUN
CANCEL
M22450
OK TO PICK MULTIPLE DAYS SCREEN LOCKED
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
Inside
Set To
4.
Press the Done key to go back to the viewing screen.
AUTO
SYSTEM
MON
Following
Schedule
RESET
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
SUN
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
HEAT
COOL
PM
Humidity
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
RESET
MORE
M23511
DAYS
NOTE: When using run-time days, the days are counted as
fan run time, so anytime the fan is running, the
reminder is counting that time against the number of
days selected.
The remaining days can be viewed by pressing the More key;
the remaining days can be edited using the More key or from
the Installer Setup. To view or reset the reminder before it
expires, follow these steps using the More key:
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30
DONE
SCHED
EDIT
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
MORE
SLEEP
CANCEL
M22449
VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
5.
Press the Reset key to activate the new number of days
selected in the previous screen.
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
NOTE: While the reminder is set according to calendar days,
the display shows the equivalent run time days.
SUN
MON
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
TUE
WED
SA
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
DAYS
SCREEN
RETURN
MORE
SLEEP
CANCEL
DONE
SCHED
EDIT
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
MORE
SLEEP
M22451
6.
The remaining days can be edited using the More key or from
the Installer Setup. To view or reset the reminder before it
expires, follow these steps using the More key:
Humidifier Pad Reminder
The Humidifier Pad change reminder must be turned on from
the Installer Setup. Once expired, the screen flashes, “Change
Humidifier Pad” and a Reset key appears. Press the Reset key
to reset the change reminder.
The remaining calendar or run time days can be viewed by
pressing the More key. The remaining days can be edited
using the More key or from the Installer Setup.
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SA
CANCEL
M23517
Press the Done key to return to the Home screen.
MON
SUN
RESET
DAYS
SCHED
EDIT
FRI
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
RESET
DONE
THU
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
SUN
Press the More key until the UV Lamp change reminder
appears on the screen. This is the number of run time
days remaining on the UV Lamp reminder.
Press the Edit key.
Use the Up and Down keys to change the number of calendar days.
Press the Done key to go back to the viewing screen.
Press the Reset key to activate the new number of days
selected in the previous screen.
Press the Done key to return to the Home Screen.
Temperature Recovery
CHANGE FILTER UV LAMP HUMIDIFIER PAD
The thermostat feature, Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™,
eliminates all guesswork when setting the thermostat schedule.
Simply set the program schedule to the time that the comfort
temperature is desired. The thermostat then turns on the
heating or cooling at just the right time to have the home reach
the scheduled temperature at the scheduled time.
RESET
DAYS
DONE
SCHED
EDIT
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
MORE
SLEEP
For example—get up at 6:00 AM and want the temperature to
be 70°F. Set the Wake period for 6:00 AM and 70°F. The
thermostat then turns on the heat before 6:00 AM to raise the
temperature to 70°F by 6:00 AM.
CANCEL
M23516
To view or reset the reminder before it expires, follow these
steps using the More key:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the More key until the Humidifier Pad change
reminder appears on the screen. This is the number of
calendar days remaining on the Humidifier Pad reminder.
Press the Edit key.
Use the Up and Down keys to change the number of calendar or run time days.
Press the Done key to go back to the viewing screen.
Press the Reset key to activate the new number of days
selected in the previous screen.
Press the Done key to return to the Home Screen.
The thermostat alerts that the heating or cooling system is
coming on before a scheduled time by showing “Recovery” on
the screen.
TUE
FAN
Inside
Set To
AUTO
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
Recovery
UV Lamp Reminder
The UV Lamp change reminder must be turned on from the
Installer Setup. Once expired, the screen flashes, “Change UV
Lamp” and a Reset key appears. Press the Reset key to reset
the change reminder.
The remaining calendar days can be viewed by pressing the
More key.
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COOL
PM
Humidity
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
MORE
M23512
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NOTE: It takes about a week for the thermostat to adjust to
local weather, the schedule, the construction of the
home and the heating and/or cooling system. Each
day it adjusts the next day’s recovery start time
accordingly.
Minimum Off-Timer
P+I Control
If there is a call during the minimum-off timer, the thermostat
shows “Wait” in the display.
The thermostat microprocessor-based control requires that the
user understands temperature control and thermostat
performance. A conventional mechanical or electronic
thermostat does not control temperature precisely at setpoint.
Typically there is an offset (droop) in the control point as the
system load changes. This is a phenomenon that most people
in the industry know and accept. Many factors contribute to
offset including switch differential, thermal lag, overshoot, cycle
rates and system load.
The Thermostat has built-in compressor protection (minimumoff timer) that prevents the compressor from restarting too
early after a shutdown. The minimum-off timer is activated after
the compressor turns off.
WED
FAN
The thermostat also determines integral error, which is a
deviation based on the length of error time. The sum of the two
errors is the (P+I) error. The cycle rate used to reach and
maintain the setpoint temperature is computed using the P+I.
The addition of the integral error is what differentiates the
thermostat from many other electronic and mechanical
thermostats. See Fig. 33.
Set To
Wait
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
The thermostat microprocessor simultaneously gathers,
compares and computes data. Using this data, it controls a
wide variety of functions. The special proprietary algorithm
(program) in the thermostat eliminates the factors causing
offset. This makes temperature control more accurate than the
conventional mechanical or electronic thermostats. The
temperature control algorithm is called proportional plus
integral (P+I) control.
The thermostat sensor, located on the thermostat or remote,
senses the current space temperature. The proportional error
is calculated by comparing the sensed temperature to the
programmed setpoint. The deviation from the setpoint is the
proportional error.
Inside
AUTO
HEAT
AM
PM
COOL
Humidity
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
MORE
M23513
When the minimum-off timer expires, “Cool On” or “Heat On”a
appears in the display and the compressor and fan turn on.
_________
aHeat
Pumps only.
Inside Humidity Level
The humidity level in the home is shown in the lower right
corner of the Home Screen.
NOTE: If an outdoor temperature sensor is present, the outdoor temperature will be displayed in this location
rather than the indoor humidity. To see indoor humidity, display the humidity settings menu.
THERMOSTAT
COOL SETPOINT
TEMPERATURE
PROPORTIONAL COOL
CONTROL POINT
TUE
P+I CONTROL
POINT
FAN
Inside
P+I CONTROL POINT
Following
Schedule
SYSTEM
PROPORTIONAL HEAT
CONTROL POINT
THERMOSTAT
HEAT SETPOINT
COOL
HEATING
PM
Humidity
COOLING
SCHED
100
50
0
PERCENT LOAD
50
100
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
MORE
M23678
M4414
If thermostat is set to Auto Changeover System mode, press
the More key until the humidity level is shown on the screen.
Fig. 33. Proportional temperature control versus P+ I
temperature control.
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AUTO
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VISIONPRO® IAQ TOTAL HOME COMFORT SYSTEM
TUE
MON
WED
THU
FRI
SA
Table 12. Sensor Resistance at
Outdoor Temperature.
SUN
Outdoor
Temperature
Inside
SCHED
DONE
HOLD
WAKE
CLOCK
LEAVE
SCREEN
RETURN
SLEEP
CANCEL
M23679
C7089U1006 Outdoor Temperature Sensor
Operation
When installed with Thermostat Installer Setup Number 0342
set to 1, the outside temperature can be displayed on the
thermostat. See Fig. 34.
MON
FAN
TUE
WED
THU
Inside
FRI
SAT
AT
SUN
Set To
AUTO
Outdoor
Temperature
°F
°C
Ohms of
Resistance
106926
52
11.1
17136
-27.8
100923
54
12.2
16387
-26.7
95310
56
13.3
15675
-14
-25.6
90058
58
14.4
14999
-12
-24.4
85124
60
15.6
14356
-10
-23.3
80485
62
16.7
13743
-8
-22.2
76137
64
17.8
13161
-6
-21.1
72060
66
18.9
12607
-4
-20.0
68237
68
20.0
12081
-2
-18.9
64631
70
21.1
11578
0
-17.8
61246
72
22.2
11100
2
-16.7
58066
74
23.3
10644
4
-15.6
55077
76
24.4
10210
6
-14.4
53358
78
25.6
9795
8
-13.3
49598
80
26.7
9398
10
-12.2
47092
82
27.8
9020
12
-11.1
44732
84
28.9
8659
°F
°C
Ohms of
Resistance
-20
-28.9
-18
-16
14
-10.0
42506
86
30.0
8315
SYSTEM
Following
Schedule
16
-8.9
40394
88
31.1
7986
HEAT
Outside
18
-7.8
38400
90
32.2
7672
20
-6.7
36519
92
33.3
7372
22
-5.6
34743
94
34.4
7086
24
-4.4
33063
96
35.6
6813
AM
SCHED
HOLD
CLOCK
SCREEN
MORE
M22453
Fig. 34. Outside temperature reading on
VisionPRO® IAQ Thermostat.
The C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor converts outdoor ambient
temperature to a resistance that the thermostat can interpret.
The C7089U1006 has a negative temperature coefficient
(NTC), which means that resistance decreases as the
temperature increases. See Table 12.
Checkout
Allow C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor to absorb outdoor air for a
minimum of twenty minutes before taking a reading.
With an accurate thermometer (±1°F [0.5°C]) measure the
temperature at the sensor location, allowing time for the
thermometer to stabilize before reading.
To verify sensor resistance, remove one wire from one of the
C7089U1006 60-in. leadwires. Use an ohmmeter to measure
the resistance across the sensor. Then verify the sensor
accuracy with the temperature/resistance in Table 12.
Calibration
The C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor is calibrated at the factory
and cannot be recalibrated in the field.
33
26
-3.3
31475
98
36.7
6551
28
-2.2
29975
100
37.8
6301
30
-1.1
28558
102
38.9
6062
32
0.0
27219
104
40.0
5834
34
1.1
25949
106
41.1
5614
36
2.2
24749
108
42.2
5404
38
3.3
23613
110
43.3
5203
40
4.4
22537
112
44.4
5010
42
5.6
21516
114
45.6
4826
44
6.7
20546
116
46.7
4649
46
7.8
19626
118
47.8
4479
48
8.9
18754
120
48.9
4317
50
10.0
17926
—
C7189U1005 Remote Indoor Temperature
Sensor
Operation
When installed with Thermostat Installer Setup Number 0340
set to 1, the remote inside temperature is displayed on the
thermostat home screen as Inside Temperature. The
thermostat internal temperature sensor is not used. When
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installed with Thermostat Installer Setup Number 340 set to 2,
the temperature displayed on the thermostat home screen as
Inside Temperature will be a 50/50 average between the
temperature sensed at the remote sensor location and the
temperature sensed at the thermostat location.
The C7189U1005 Wall Mount Temperature Sensor converts
room temperature to a resistance that the thermostat can
interpret.
The C7189U1005 has a negative temperature coefficient
(NTC), which means that resistance decreases as the
temperature increases. See Table 13.
The C7189U1005 can be used to provide one remote sensor
input (see Fig. 26) or as a temperature averaging network with
multiple C7189U1005 Sensors connected, as shown in Fig. 27.
Checkout
For best results, allow C7189U1005 Wall Mount Temperature
Sensor to absorb the air moving through the room for a
minimum of twenty minutes before taking a resistance
measurement.
COMMUNICATION ERROR CODES
VisionPRO® IAQ can alert the homeowner and installer to
problems with the HVAC equipment, thermostat, or equipment
interface module by using error codes. Please see Table 14 for
a list of error codes. When an error is active (the condition
causing the error is still present) it will be displayed in the time
field on the thermostat home screen. The home screen can
display up to 5 active errors. The time field will flash the time,
“Err,” and a list of up to 5 error codes, beginning with the most
critical, and repeat until the errors have been remedied.
A log of error codes can be viewed at the end of the installer
setup after the system tests. Active errors will be shown first.
The Error Log will log the last ten errors (active and inactive).
Pressing the reset button will clear all inactive errors from the
error log; active errors can not be cleared until the condition
has been remedied.
Table 14. VisionPRO® IAQ Error Codes.
Error Code
Meaning
With an accurate thermometer (±1°F [0.5°C]) measure the
temperature at the sensor location, allowing time for the
thermometer to stabilize before reading.
027
Faulty thermostat (must be replaced
036
Duplicate UV timer
037
Duplicate filter timer
To verify sensor resistance, remove one wire from one of
C7189U1005 wiring terminals. Use an ohmmeter to measure
the resistance across the sensor. Then verify the sensor
accuracy with the temperature/resistance in Table 13.
038
Duplicate humidifier pad timer
039
Duplicate indoor humidity sensor
040
Compressor should be running but it is not
050
Duplicate outdoor temperature sensor
052
Faulty post-coil air discharge sensor
053
Faulty outdoor temperature sensor
054
Faulty indoor humidity sensor
089
Heating/cooling equipment is missing
090
Data interface is continuously busy
091
Thermostat is not receiving data from other
equipment
Calibration
The C7189U1005 Wall Mount Temperature Sensor is
calibrated at the factory and cannot be recalibrated in the field.
Table 13. Sensor Resistance at Room Temperature.
Room
Temperature
Ohms of
Resistance
Room
Temperature
Ohms of
Resistance
°F
°C
°F
°C
118
Faulty discharge air temperature sensor
40
4.4
22537
72
22.2
11100
119
Faulty temperature sensor
42
5.6
21516
74
23.3
10644
121
Duplicate post-coil air discharge sensor
44
6.7
20546
76
24.4
10210
46
7.8
19626
78
25.6
9795
48
8.9
18754
80
26.7
9398
50
10.0
17926
82
27.8
9020
52
11.1
17136
84
28.9
8659
54
12.2
16387
86
30.0
8315
56
13.3
15675
88
31.1
7986
58
14.4
14999
90
32.2
7672
60
15.6
14356
92
33.3
7372
62
16.7
13743
94
34.4
7086
64
17.8
13161
96
35.6
6813
66
18.9
12607
98
36.7
6551
68
20.0
12081
100
37.8
6301
70
21.1
11578
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 15. Troubleshooting.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
Display does not come on
Thermostat is not being powered
Check if the thermostat is mounted and latched on the wall
plate. If not:
— Mount and latch the thermostat on the wallplate.
Check if the circuit breaker is tripped or the fuse is blown; if
it is:
— Reset the circuit Breaker or replace the fuse.
Check if the power switch at the equipment is in the off
position; if it is:
— Set to the on position.
Check for 24 Vac between terminals 2 and 3 at the
thermostat.
— Replace any broken wires if 24Vac is not present.
— Replace thermostat if 24Vas is present.
Check for 24 Vac between terminals R and C at the
Equipment interface module.
— If 24Vac is not present consult electrician.
— If 24 Vac is Present replace Equipment interface
module.
Temperature setting does not
change
The upper and lower temperature
limits reached
Check temperature setpoints.
Check installer setup Numbers 0600 and 610; modify as
needed.
Keypad is fully locked
Check Installer Setup Number 670 to change keypad
locked options.
Thermostat minimum off timer is
activated
Wait up to 5 minutes for the system to respond (Wait is
displayed on the Thermostat home screen.
System selection is not set to Heat
or Cool
Set system selection to correct setting.
Heating or cooling does not
come on and thermostat is not
calling for heat or cool.
Heating or cooling does not
come on and thermostat is
calling for heat or cool.
Heating or cooling equipment is not Check Wiring.
operating
Check installer setup number 172 and verify the correct
system type is chosen.
Verify operation of equipment in system test mode.
Heat does not turn on (“Heat On” Heating Equipment failure
is solid in the display)
Check for 24 Vac at the equipment on the secondary side
of the transformer between power and common. If voltage
is not present check the heating equipment to find the
cause of the problem.
Check for 24 Vac between the heat terminal(s) on the
equipment interface Module and transformer common. If
present check heating equipment to find the cause of the
problem.
Loose or broken wire connection
between Equipment Interface
Module and heating equipment.
Check for 24 Vac between the heat terminal(s) on the
HVAC equipment and system transformer common. If
voltage is not present check for loose or broken wires
between the EIM and heating equipment.
Communication is not being
completed
End the call for heat at the thermostat then repeat the call
for heat. Check the communication LED on the EIM board.
— If the LED does not blink, check communication
wiring (wire between terminal 1 on both the EIM
and thermostat.
— If the LED does blinks correctly, check for 24 Vac
between heating terminals on the EIM and the system common.
If 24 Vac is not present check the R to Rh connection on
the EIM, if the connection is good replace the EIM.
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Table 15. Troubleshooting. (Continued)
Symptom
Cooling does not turn on (“Cool
On” is solid in the display)
Possible Cause
Action
Cooling Equipment failure
Check for 24 Vac at the equipment on the secondary side
of the transformer between power and common. If voltage
is not present check the cooling equipment to find the
cause of the problem.
Check for 24 Vac between the cool terminal(s) on the
equipment interface Module and transformer common. If
present check cooling equipment to find the cause of the
problem.
Loose or broken wire connection
between Equipment Interface
Module and cooling equipment.
Check for 24 Vac between the cool terminal(s) on the
cooling equipment and system transformer common. If
voltage is not present check for loose or broken wires
between the EIM and cooling equipment.
Communication is not being
completed
End the call for cool at the thermostat then repeat the call
for cool. Check the communication LED on the EIM board.
— If the LED does not blink, check communication
wiring (wire between terminal 1 on both the EIM
and thermostat.
— If the LED does blinks correctly, check for 24 Vac
between heating terminals on the EIM and the system common.
If 24 Vac is not present check the R to Rh connection on
the EIM, if the connection is good replace the EIM.
2nd stage heat or cool does not Stage configuration is not set
energize
correctly to match the number of
selected stage
Set the stage configuration in installer setup for additional
stages of cool (ISU 174) or additional stages of heat (ISU
176).
Terminals not connected properly at Check that 24 Vac is present at W2/AUX and W3/AUX2 for
EIM
2nd and 3rd stages of conventional heating and for 3rd and
4th stages of heat pump heating. Also check that 24VAC is
present at Y2 for 2nd stage of cooling or 2nd stage heat in
heat pump applications.
“Err” appears in time field of
home screen on thermostat
Thermostat has detected an error
on the communication bus
Refer to error code section for more information.
Fan does not turn on in a call for Fan Control in Heating is set to Gas Set Fan Control in Heating to Electric Furnace (Setting
heat (electric furnace).
or Oil Furnace (Setting 0180).
0180).
Heat pump puts out cool air in
the heat mode and warm air in
the cool mode.
Changeover Valve (Installer Setup
Number 0190) is not configured to
match the changeover required by
the installed heat pump.
Both the heating and cooling
equipment are running at the
same time.
The heating equipment is not a heat Set System Type (Installer Setup Number 0172) to match
pump but the System Type (Installer the installed heating and/or cooling equipment.
Setup Number 0172) is set to Heat
Pump.
Heating and cooling wires are
shorted together.
Set Changeover Valve (Installer Setup Number 0190) to
match the changeover required by the installed heat pump.
Separate the shorted heating and cooling wires.
Heating equipment is running in Heating equipment is not a heat
Set System Type (Installer Setup Number 0172) to match
the cool mode.
pump but System Type (Installer
the installed heating and/or cooling equipment.
Setup Number 0172) is set to Heat
Pump.
Heating equipment does not turn
off and heat temperature setting
is set below room temperature
(Heat On is not in the display).
Set System Type (Installer Setup Number 0172) to match
Heating equipment is not a heat
the installed heating and/or cooling equipment.
pump but System Type (Installer
Setup Number 0172) is set to Heat
Pump.
Cannot set the system setting to System Type (Installer Setup
Heat.
Number 0172) is set to Cool Only.
Set System Type (Installer Setup Number 0172) to match
the installed heating and/or cooling equipment.
Cannot set the system setting to System Type (Installer Setup
Set System Type (Installer Setup Number 0172) to match
Cool.
Number 0172) is set to Heat Only or the installed heating and/or cooling equipment.
Heat Only with Fan.
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Table 15. Troubleshooting. (Continued)
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
Heat On is not in the display.
System setting is not set to Heat
Set the system setting to Heat and set the temperature
and/or temperature setting is not set setting above the room temperature.
above room temperature.
Cool On is not in the display.
System setting is not set to Cool
and/or the temperature setting is
not set below room temperature.
Set the system setting to Cool and set the temperature
setting below the room temperature.
Wait is in the display.
Compressor minimum off timer is
active.
Wait up to five minutes for the cooling or heating (heat
pump) equipment to turn on.
“Screen Locked” appears on the The keypad is fully or partially
locked.
screen and all or some of the
keys do not respond.
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Check Installer Setup Number 0670 to change keypad
locked options.
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COMPATIBILITY
Recommend the following products for use with the VisionPRO® IAQ.
Table 16. Humidifiers
HE440A1005—Powered Steam Humidifier with 13 gpd capacity
HE365A1006—Powered Bypass Flow-through humidifier with 18 gpd capacity
HE265A1007—Bypass Flow-through humidifier with 17 gpd capacity
HE225A1006—Bypass Flow-through humidifier with 12 gpd capacity
Table 17. Dehumidifier
DH90A1007—90 Pint Whole House Dehumidifier
Table 18. Ventilation
HR150B1005—heat recovery ventilator 150cfm with built in defrost
HR200B1005—heat recovery ventilator 200cfm with built in defrost
ER150B2006—energy recovery ventilator 150cfm with built in defrost
ER150C2004—energy recovery ventilator 150cfm with no defrost
ER200B2006—heat recovery ventilator 200cfm with built in defrost
ER200C2004—heat recovery ventilator 200cfm with no defrost
EARD5—5” round damper NC Power Open/Spring Close
EARD6—6” round damper NC Power Open/Spring Close
EARD7—7” round damper NC Power Open/Spring Close
EARD8—8” round damper NC Power Open/Spring Close
Following is a list of compatible communicating products.
Table 19. Communicating Products
THM5421C—Equipment Interface Module Universal up to 4H2C systems
T8635L1013*—3H3C communicating Thermostat
W8635A1006—Equipment Interface Module for 2H2C conventional systems
W8635B1004—Equipment Interface Module for 2H2C heat pump systems
W8735A1005—EnviraCOM Serial Port Adapter
W8735B1003—Telephone Access Module
W8735D1009—Telephone Access Module two Channel communicating
W8735D1017—Telephone Access Module four channel communicating
W8835A1004—Envirazone Zone Panel
C7835A1009—Communicating Discharge Air Sensor
W8703A1003—Damper Interface Module
L7224C1004—120VAC Electronic Aquastat
L7248—Aquastat
R7184—Oil Primary
* T8635L thermostats used with TH9421C thermostats must be used with a W8835A Zone Panel and the TH9421C must be the
Master Zone Controller (zone 1 thermostat)
Table 20. UV Lights
UV100E2009
UV100E1043
UV100E3007
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Automation and Control Solutions
Honeywell International Inc.
Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée
1985 Douglas Drive North
35 Dynamic Drive
Golden Valley, MN 55422
Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9
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© 2006 Honeywell International Inc.
US Patent No. 6,208,263; 6,373,376; 6,448,901; 6,926,076;
7,044,397; D509151; H25192; H25193 and other patents pending
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