Aprilaire 8620 Thermostat User Manual

Model 8620 Thermostat with
Event-Based™ Air Cleaning and
Humidity or Ventilation Control
Safety &
Installation
Instructions
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Table of contents
Installation
Installation location recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . .
Outdoor temperature sensor (included) . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote temperature sensor (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thermostat mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power & reset options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup & Testing
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
Conventional heat/cool single transformer . . . . . . . . . 5
Conventional heat/cool two transformer . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Heat pump single transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Heat pump two transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Indoor Air Quality equipment – dehumidifier . . . . . . . . 6
Indoor Air Quality equipment – humidifier . . . . . . . . . . 6
Indoor Air Quality equipment – ventilation . . . . . . . . . 6
Equipment type selection switch (SW1) . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Installer setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Change system settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
HVAC installer system settings table . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Indoor Air Quality system settings tables . . . . . . . . . 10
Air cleaning sytem settings table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Humidifier system settings table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Dehumidifier system settings table . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Ventilation system settings table . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12
Climate map for ASHRAE fresh air setup . . . . . . . . . 12
Removal of Indoor Air Quality control buttons . . . . . . 13
System test menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-14
System test tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16
References
Quick reference to controls & display . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thermostat features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installation
Installation location recommendations
Remote temperature sensor (optional)
Thermostat should be mounted:
Do not mount thermostat:
• On an interior wall, in a frequently occupied space.
• Behind doors, in corners or other dead air spaces.
• Approximately 5‘ above floor.
• At least 18” from outside wall.
• In direct sunlight, near lighting fixtures, or other
appliances that give off heat.
• Thermostat can be mounted to a vertical junction box.
• On an outside or unconditioned area wall.
• In the flow of a supply register, in stairwells, or near
outside doors.
• On a wall with concealed pipes or ductwork.
Outdoor temperature sensor (INCLUDED)
A remote temperature sensor can be used if the thermostat has to be mounted in a concealed location. A 8051 flush
mount or 8053 surface mount remote temperature sensor can be attached to the T1 and T2 terminals and mounted
in a recommended area. The remote sensor must be enabled in the installer setup menu. When the remote sensor is
installed it overrides the internal sensor.
Remote temperature sensor should be mounted:
Do not mount remote sensor:
• On an interior wall, in a frequently occupied space.
• Behind doors, in corners or other dead air spaces.
• Approximately 5‘ above floor.
• At least 18” from outside wall.
• In direct sunlight, near lighting fixtures, or other
appliances that give off heat.
• Using less than 300’ of wire.
• On an outside or unconditioned area wall.
• In the flow of a supply register, in stairwells, or near
outside doors.
Outdoor temperature can be measured by attaching the included 8052 sensor to the S1 and S2 terminals. The
outdoor sensor must be enabled in the installer setup menu.
• On a wall with concealed pipes or ductwork.
• Near 120 VAC lines.
Heat pump models can use the outdoor temperature to effectively utilize the heat pump:
• When the outdoor temperature is less than the Low Balance Point, the heat pump will be locked out and only
auxiliary heating will be used.
• When the outdoor temperature is higher than the High Balance Point, the auxiliary heating will be locked out and
only the heat pump will be used to provide heating.
Indoor Air Quality functions can use the outdoor temperature sensor to:
• Control humidification setpoint based on outdoor temperature to prevent condensation
• Lock out humidification for temperatures over 60°F or below -30°F.
I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
• Lock out ventilation based on high and/or low outdoor temperatures.
• Display outdoor temperature on thermostat.
Outdoor temperature sensor should be mounted:
• On side of building out of direct sunlight (north side recommended).
• Above snow line.
• At least 3’ away from exhaust vents and condensing lines.
• Using less than 300’ of wire.
Thermostat mounting
1. R emove the rear mounting plate from the thermostat.
2. P ull wires through the opening on the back of the
thermostat.
3. P osition and level the mounting plate of the thermostat
on wall and mark the hole locations with a pencil.
• Do not route wires along 120 VAC lines.
4. Drill 1/4” holes and insert supplied anchors
(drywall only).
5. Place mounting plate over anchors, insert and tighten
screws.
6. S eal wire entry holes to prevent drafts affecting
temperature readings.
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RESET
BUTTON
Single transformer (use Jumper wire)
Note: The reset button is disabled when the thermostat
is removed from the wall for programming.
COOLING
TRANSFORMER
NOT USED
FAN
1st COOLING
NOT USED
2nd COOLING
REMOTE TEMP
SENSOR
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
REMOTE TEMP
SENSOR
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
FAULT DETECT
1st AUX HEATING
HEATING
TRANSFORMER
HEAT PUMP
TRANSFORMER
FAN
2nd COMPRESSOR
1st COMPRESSOR
REVERSING VALVE
REMOTE TEMP
SENSOR
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
FAULT DETECT
1st AUX HEATING
HEAT PUMP
TRANSFORMER
JUMPER
L – System fault indicator (optional) (heat pump only)
FAN
W – 1st stage heat / auxiliary
2nd COMPRESSOR
W2 – 2nd stage heat / auxiliary
18-24 gauge thermostat wire
1st COMPRESSOR
R – 24VAC supply heating1
Wire specifications:
REVERSING VALVE
RC – 24VAC supply cooling1
2nd AUX HEATING
Y – 1st stage cooling / compressor
G – Fan
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Two transformers (Remove Jumper Wire)
O/B – Reversing valve
Y2 – 2nd stage cooling / compressor
• Push the excess wire back into the opening and plug
the wall opening to prevent drafts.
1st HEATING
Single transformer (use Jumper wire)
2nd AUX HEATING
C – Common (optional when powered by batteries)
• Loosen screw terminals, insert stripped wire and
re-tighten.
I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
HEAT PUMP WIRING DIAGRAMS
I1 & I2 – Indoor Air Quality control output
• Ensure power at the HVAC equipment is off.
NOT USED
I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
Wiring terminal
Installation notes:
2nd HEATING
JUMPER
The reset button located under the battery cover can
be used to reset the thermostat to factory defaults. The
system settings will also be reset to default.
I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
FAN
NOT USED
1st COOLING
The thermostat has a memory backup that saves the
thermostat settings in case of a power interruption. The
system settings will be retained but the clock will reset
after 90 seconds with no battery or AC power.
2nd COOLING
TRANSFORMER
For heat pump systems the C terminal must be connected
to the common of the 24VAC transformer in order for the
system fault and emergency heat indicators to operate.
Two transformers (Remove Jumper Wire)
REMOTE TEMP
SENSOR
The thermostat is dual power. It can either be AC or
battery powered, or both (to provide backup power for
the clock). Batteries are optional if your thermostat was
wired to run on AC power when installed.
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
CONVENTIONAL HEAT/COOL WIRING DIAGRAMS
1st HEATING
Power & Reset options
HEATING
TRANSFORMER
Installation
2nd HEATING
Installation
S1 & S2 – outdoor temperature sensor (included)
T1 & T2 – remote temperature sensor (optional)
J umper between RC & R is used in single transformer systems
(see wiring diagrams).
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I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
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Installation
Setup & Testing
INDOOR AIR QUALITY EQUIPMENT WIRING DIAGRAMS
EQUIPMENT TYPE SELECTION SWITCH (SW1)
HUMIDIFIER WIRING
HUMIDIFIER
DEHUMIDIFIER
TRANSFORMER
DEHUMIDIFIER WIRING
This thermostat has the option of being used in heat
pump or heat/cool systems. Switch SW1 located on the
back of the thermostat’s face is used to select this option.
This setting is displayed in the Installer System Settings
under Equipment Type.
SW1
HEAT/COOL
HEAT PUMP
HC
HP
Note: Thermostat reboots within 10 seconds after switch
position is changed.
HC
HP
Installer setup menu
How to enter the installer setup menu AND SELECT EQUIPMENT TO SETUP:
In the Installer Setup, HVAC or Indoor Air Quality setup can be selected. If Indoor Air Quality setup is selected, the
user can then select to set up Air Cleaning, Humidification, Dehumidification or Ventilation.
I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
Press
Press [MENU] to enter main menu.
Press [MENU] to exit.
Press and hold [SETUP] for seven seconds, [INSTALL
SETUP] appears.
Press [NEXT] to select option.
Press [INSTALL SETUP] to enter installer setup menu.
I2 C I1 O/B Y Y2 G RC R W2 W L S2 S1 T1 T2
Note: The I1/I2 output is a dry contact closure. The humidifier wiring diagram assumes the control is powering a
solenoid valve. The dehumidifier wiring diagram is for a normally open dry contact input. The ventilation diagram
assumes the control is for a normally closed damper. Please see the individual humidifier, dehumidifier or ventilation
installation instructions for product specific wiring details.
or
to adjust the option.
If IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) was selected, Press
or
to adjust the Outdoor Sensor setting or IAQ (Indoor
Air Quality) option.
Press [NEXT] to select Outdoor Sensor setting or IAQ
(Indoor Air Quality) option.
NORMALLY CLOSED DAMPER
TRANSFORMER
VENTILATION WIRING
Press [MODE] to set system to OFF.
System Settings can now be changed.
Change System Settings
SETTING
DESCRIPTION
SETTING
OPTIONS
SETTING
NUMBER
Press [NEXT] or [BACK] to page through the settings.
Press
or
to adjust the setting.
Press [DONE] to save and exit, or [CANCEL] to exit
without saving.
The thermostat will discard changes and exit if nothing
is pressed within 60 seconds.
To reset the installer settings to the default, reset
the thermostat by pressing the [RESET] button for 5
seconds.
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Setup & Testing
HVAC INSTALLER SYSTEM SETTINGS TABLE
HVAC INSTALLER SYSTEM SETTINGS TABLE (CONTINUED)
The following table contains the system settings and their details. Default settings are shown in bold. Some settings
are only available dependent upon the value of other settings.
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Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
19. Fourth Stage Differential
4th stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
System setting
Description
00. Equipment Type
Equipment type set by SW1.
Heat /Cool
Heat Pump
20. Heat Blast
Enables the Heat Blast feature.
Disable
Enable
31. Reversing Valve
Selects O or B operation.
O – On in cooling
B – On in heating
21. Blast Offset
Amount of heating when Heat Blast is initiated.
3°F (2°C)
3°F to 5°F (2°C to 3°C)
01. Control Setup
Used to lockout heating or cooling outputs. (Only
available in Heat/Cool mode.)
Heat and Cool
Heat Only
Cool Only
22. Screen Lockout
Screen lockout level. (Override lockout by holding
[MENU] for 7 seconds.)
Off
Part
Full
02. Number of Stages
Number of equipment stages.
One
Two
23. Partial Lockout Type
Select lockout type. (Only available when screen
lockout is set to partial.)
03. Aux Heat Stages
Number of auxiliary heat equipment stages.
One
Two
Fan/Mode/Setpt
Fan/Setpoints
Setpoints Only
04. Temperature Scale
Set the thermostat to Fahrenheit or Celsius mode.
Fahrenheit
Celsius
24. Max Temp Setpoint
Change In Lockout
Select temperature setpoint limits. (Only available
when screen lockout is set to partial.)
3 degrees
0 to 20 degrees
05. Heat/Cool: Fan Control
in Heating
Heat Pump: Auxiliary
Equipment Type
Heat/Cool: Determines if the thermostat or
equipment controls the fan in heating.
Heat Pump: Auxiliary Equipment type.
Gas/Oil Heat (equipment controls fan)
Electric Heat (thermostat controls fan)
41. Max Dehum Setpoint
Change In Lockout
Select dehumidification setpoint limits. (Only
available when screen lockout is set to partial.)
5 Percent RH
0 to 15 Percent RH
25. Stage Rate
2
1 to 5 or “OFF” to ignore accumulated
run time.
06. Extended Fan – Heat
Extends fan operation after heat call ends.
Disable
Enable (90 second extension)
Accumulation of equipment run time in equipment
staging determination.
1 = more rapid staging of equipment (comfort)
5 = slower staging of equipment (economy)
27. Progressive Recovery
Enable or disable progressive recovery.
07. Extended Fan – Cool
Extends fan operation after cool call ends.
Disable
Enable (90 second extension)
Disable
Enable
28. Low Balance Point
08. Internal Temp Sensor
Offset
Field adjustment of internal temperature sensor.
0° (no offset applied)
-4°F to +4°F (-2°C to +2°C)
Outdoor temperature low balance point. (This
option is only displayed if the outdoor sensor is
enabled.)
20°F (-6°C)
10°F to 50°F (-12°C to 9°C) or OFF to
ignore
35. Internal RH Sensor Offset
Field adjustment of internal RH sensor.
0 (no offset applied)
-5% to +5%
29. High Balance Point
Outdoor temperature high balance point. (This
option is only displayed if the outdoor sensor is
enabled.)
65°F (18°C)
40°F to 85°F(3°C to 18°C) or OFF to
ignore
09. Auto Changeover
Enable or disable auto changeover mode.
Disable
Enable
30. Program Format
Select weekly program format.
26. Deadband
Auto Changeover mode deadband.
3°F (2°C)
2°F to 9°F (1°C to 5°C)
7-Day (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun)
5/1/1 (weekdays, Saturday and Sunday)
5/2 Weekdays (weekdays and weekends)
Non-Prog
10. Remote Sensor
Select if remote sensor is attached.
No
Yes
32. Events Per Day
Number of program events per day.
Four
Two
11. Outdoor Sensor
Select if outdoor sensor is attached or not.
No
Yes
33. Reset Service Reminders
No
Yes
12. Compressor Min Off Time
Minimum off time for compressor protection.
5 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
13. Heating Min Off Time
Minimum off time for heating.
2 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
Clears the Change Air Filter and HVAC and
Dehumidifier Service reminders if they are active
and resets the start date to the current date.
Clears the Change Water Panel reminder if it is
active. If the reminder is set to timed, the clock
will be reset.
37. HVAC Service Reminder
14. Equipment Min On Time
Minimum on time for heating and cooling.
2 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
The period for displaying the “HVAC Service
Reminder” message.
Off
1 to 12 months or “Off” to disable
38. Constant Backlight
15. Auto Changeover Time
Minimum time between heating and cooling calls.
4 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
Enable constant, low intensity backlight when
24VAC is present.
Disable
Enable
39. Backlight Intensity
Backlight intensity as a percentage of full on.
16. First Stage Differential
1st stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
100 Percent
0 to 100 Percent
40. Auto Daylight Savings
Enable or disable auto daylight savings.
17. Second Stage Differential
2nd stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
18. Third Stage Differential
3rd stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
Off
March (second Sunday in March to the
first Sunday in November)
April (first Sunday in April to the last
Sunday in October)
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Setup & Testing
Dehumidifier System Settings Table
Indoor Air Quality System SettingS Tables
The following tables contain the Indoor Air Quality system settings and their details. Default settings are shown in
bold. Some settings are only present dependent upon the value of other settings.
The use of the included outdoor temperature sensor (recommended) enables additional Indoor Air Quality functionality.
If the outdoor temperature sensor was not enabled in the HVAC system settings, HVAC system setting 11, outdoor
sensor, will be presented prior to entering the Indoor Air Quality system settings.
Please refer to the Model 8620 Owner’s Manual for further information about thermostat features.
Note: Dehumidifier control can only be set to whole home if ventilation and humidification are not installed.
Description
Dehumidifier Control
Selects method of dehumidification.(If set to none, no
other dehumidifier settings will be available.)
None (no dehumidification installed)
Whole Home
Air Conditioner
Humidity Setpoint Deadband
Select the minimum difference between the humidifier
and dehumidifier setpoints. (Only available if
humidifier mode is set to manual and dehumidifier
control is set to air conditioner. Available in both
set-ups.)
10 Percent RH
10 to 20 Percent RH
Lockout Dehumidifier During
Cooling
Selects if dehumidification is disabled during a cooling
call. (Only available if dehumidifier control is set to
whole home.)
No
Yes
Dehumidifier Forces Fan
Select if dehumidification can turn on the fan. (Only
available if dehumidifier control is set to whole home.)
No
Yes
Dehumidifier Service
Reminder
The period for displaying the “Dehum Service
Reminder” message. (Only available if dehumidifier
control is set to whole home.)
Off
1 to 12 months or “Off” to disable
Dehumidifier Overcooling
Limit
Selects the amount of overcooling that can occur
for dehumidification. (Only available if dehumidifier
control is set to air conditioner.)
3°F (1.5°C)
1°F to 3°F (0.5°C to 1.5°C)
Dehumidify in Vacation
Mode
Selects if dehumidification with the air conditioner is
done in Vacation Mode. (Only available if dehumidifier
control is set to air conditioner.
No
Yes
Vacation Dehumidifier Low
Temp Limit
Sets the lowest temperature the air conditioner will cool
to meet RH setpoint in Vacation Mode. (Only available if
dehumidifier control is set to air conditioner.)
75°F (24°C)
70°F to 85°F (21°C to 29°C)
Air Cleaning System Settings Table
System setting
Air Cleaner Installed
Change Air Filter Reminder
Description
Selects if an air cleaner is installed. (If set to no, no other
air cleaning settings will be available.)
The period for displaying the “Change Air Filter” message.
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
No
Yes
Off
1 to 12 months or “Off” to disable
Humidifier System Settings Table
Note: A humidifier can only be installed if ventilation is not installed and dehumidifier control is not set to whole home.
System setting
Humidifier Installed
Humidifier Mode
Humidity Setpoint
Deadband
Humidifier Operation
Change Water Panel
Reminder
10
Description
Selects if a humidifier is installed. (If set to no, no other
humidifier settings will be available.)
Selects auto or manual mode. Auto mode controls humidity
based on the humidity setting and outdoor temperature.
Manual mode controls humidity based on the %RH setpoint.
(Auto mode is only available if outdoor sensor is set to yes.)
Select the minimum difference between the humidifier
and dehumidifier setpoints. (Only available if humidifier
mode is set to manual and dehumidifier control is set to air
conditioner. Available in both set-ups.)
Selects when humidification is allowed to occur relative to
heating and fan operation.
Selects the when the “Change Water Panel” message is
displayed.
Reminder Month (Change
Water Panel Reminder set
to 1 per Season)
Change Water Panel Reminder set to 1 per Season:
Determines the month the “Change Water Panel” message
is displayed.
First Reminder Month
(Change Water Panel
Reminder set to 2 per
Season)
Change Water Panel Reminder set to 2 per Season:
Determines the first month the “Change Water Panel”
message is displayed.
Second Reminder Start
Month
Determines the second month the “Change Water Panel”
message is displayed. (Only available when Change Water
Panel Reminder set to 2 per Season.)
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
No
Yes
Auto
Manual
10 Percent RH
10 to 20 Percent RH
Heat Only
Heat or Fan
Forces Fan
Off
1 Per Season
2 Per Season
300 Hours
600 Hours
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
System setting
Ventilation System Settings Table
Note: Ventilation can only be installed if humidification is not installed and dehumidifier control is not set to whole home.
System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
Fresh Air Vent Installed
Selects if ventilation is installed.
(If set to no, no other ventilation settings will be available.)
No
Yes
Fresh Air Forces Fan
Selects if ventilation forces the fan on.
No
Yes
Fresh Air Setup
Selects if ventilation is configured through the ASHRAE setup
or Timed. If ASHRAE setup is selected, the hourly ventilation
time will be calculated using the ASHRAE recommendations.
If Timed set-up is selected, the hourly ventilation time will be
determined based on the Fresh Air Time value.
Timed
ASHRAE
Fresh Air Time
Selects how many minutes per hour that ventilation will be
active. (Only available if fresh air setup is set to timed.)
30 MIN/HR
0 to 60 MIN/HR
High Limit Outdoor
Temp
Selects if ventilation is disabled if the outdoor temperature
exceeds the outdoor high limit. (Only available if fresh air setup
is set to timed and an outdoor temperature sensor is installed.)
No
Yes
Outdoor High Limit
Sets the high temperature limit for ventilation. (Only available if
high limit outdoor temp set to yes.)
100°F (38°C)
90°F to 100°F (32°C to 38°C)
Low Limit Outdoor Temp
Selects if ventilation is disabled if the outdoor temperature
exceeds the outdoor low limit. (Only available if fresh air setup
is set to timed and an outdoor temperature sensor is installed.)
No
Yes
Outdoor Low Limit
Sets the low temperature limit for ventilation. (Only available if
low limit outdoor temp set to yes.)
10°F (-11°C)
-10°F to 30°F (-23°C to -1°C)
High Limit Indoor RH
Selects if ventilation is disabled if the indoor RH exceeds the
indoor RH limit. (Only available if fresh air setup is set to timed.)
No
Yes
Indoor RH Limit
Sets the high indoor RH limit for ventilation. (Only available if
high limit indoor RH is set to yes.)
60%
50% to 70%
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Setup & Testing
Ventilation System Settings Table (continued)
Removal of Indoor Air Quality Control Buttons
System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
Number of Bedrooms
Selects the number of bedrooms to be used for the ASHRAE
calculation. (Only available if fresh air setup is set to ASHRAE.)
3 Bedrooms
1 to 6 Bedrooms
Number of Occupants
Selects the number of occupants to be used for the ASHRAE
calculation. (Only available if fresh air setup is set to ASHRAE.)
4 Occupants
1 to 10 Occupants
Home Size
Selects the home size to be used for the ASHRAE calculation.
(Only available if fresh air setup is set to ASHRAE.)
2500 SQ FT
1000 to 5000 SQ FT
Fresh Air CFM
Selects the ventilation CFM to be used for the ASHRAE
calculation. (Only available if fresh air setup is set to ASHRAE.)
60 CFM
30 to 200 CFM
Select Climate
Selects the climate to be used for the ASHRAE calculation.
(Only available if fresh air setup is set to ASHRAE.) To
determine what region you are in, refer to the map below.
Normal
Very Hot/Humid
Very Cold
ASHRAE Cycle Time
Displays the Fresh Air Time calculated by the ASHRAE
standard. (Only displayed if fresh air setup is set to ASHRAE.)
Minutes/Hour
If any of the Indoor Air Quality control features are not installed, the corresponding button can be removed using the
following procedure:
Step 1: Verify the specific Indoor Air
Quality control feature is not
installed in the installer set-up
(see pages 10-12).
Indoor
Air Quality
CONTROL
Buttons
Step 2: From the home screen (see
page 17), press and hold the
IAQ button for 7 seconds.
Step 3: The message center will
display REMOVE BUTTON and
the options of NO and YES
(NO will be flashing).
Step 4: Press
or
to select YES.
Note: In ASHRAE set-up temperature and humidity limits are disabled.
Step 5: Press [DONE].
Note: Refer to manuals for humidifier, dehumidifier, air cleaner and ventilation products for recommended
installation and operation.
Step 6: The button is now removed.
Note: Once the button is removed it can be brought back by installing the corresponding Indoor Air Quality feature
(see pages 10-12).
CLIMATE MAP FOR ASHRAE FRESH AIR SETUP
System test menu
The system test menu is used to test a system after installation. The outputs of the thermostat can be manually
activated to test their function. The instructions below show how to enter the test mode and turn outputs on and off.
VERY COLD
How to enter the system test menu:
SYSTEM TEST STEPS
Press [MODE] to set system to off.
Heating equipment test
Cooling equipment test
Fan equipment test
Humidification equipment test
Dehumidification equipment test
Ventilation equipment test
Press and hold [FAN] and [MODE] for three seconds
to enter system test mode.
The first screen of the installer test displays the
equipment configuration.
Press [NEXT] to enter the first installation test or
[CANCEL] to exit.
Humidity
VERY HOT/HUMID
Temperature
Outdoor
Temperature
Equipment
Configuration
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Setup & Testing
Setup & Testing
System test menu (CONTINUED)
System test TABLES
Each equipment test will begin with the selection of turning on the output or stage as shown below.
Press
or
Heat / Cool Heating Equipment Test
to change the selection.
Heat Type
W
Press [NEXT] to accept the selection and proceed to the next step.
Gas
1st Stage Test
ON
If YES is selected, the thermostat will test the corresponding output. If NO is selected, the thermostat will proceed
to the next step.
Gas
2nd Stage Test
ON
Electric
1st Stage Test
ON
Electric
2nd Stage Test
ON
Humidity
Temperature
W2
Y
Y2
G
ON
ON
ON
ON
Heat Pump Heating Equipment Test (Electric Heat)
O/B set to
Compressor
Stages
Aux
Stages
1
1
1st Stage Test
1
1
2nd Stage Test
2
1
1st Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
2
1
2nd Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
ON
2
1
3rd Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
2
1st Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
1
2
2nd Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
2
3rd Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
ON
While the equipment test is active the corresponding test information will be shown.
2
2
1st Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
Press [NEXT] to accept the selection and proceed to the next test selection.
2
2
2nd Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Equipment Test
Selection
Outdoor
Temperature
Test to be run
Humidity
W2
ON
2
2
3rd Stage Test
ON
2
2
4th Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
Y
Y2
O
B
G
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Note: System Variable 31, O/B operation selects O or B.
Heat Pump Heating Equipment Test (Gas Heat)
Temperature
Outdoor
Temperature
Equipment Test
Selection
W
Output StatuS
Test that
is active
O/B set to
Compressor
Stages
Aux
Stages
1
1
1st Stage Test
1
1
2nd Stage Test
W
W2
Y
Y2
ON
ON
O
B
G
ON
ON
ON
2
1
1st Stage Test
ON
2
1
2nd Stage Test
ON
2
1
3rd Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
2
1st Stage Test
1
2
2nd Stage Test
ON
ON
1
2
3rd Stage Test
ON
2
2
1st Stage Test
ON
2
2
2nd Stage Test
ON
2
2
3rd Stage Test
ON
2
2
4th Stage Test
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Note: System Variable 31, O/B operation selects O or B.
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Setup & Testing
Quick Reference to controls & Display
System test TABLES (CONTINUED)
Home Screen
ROOM TEMPERATURE
Heat / Cool Cooling Equipment Test
W
W2
Y
1st Stage Test
ON
2nd Stage Test
ON
Y2
G
ON
ON
ON
Heat Pump Cooling Equipment Test
O/B set to
W
W2
Y
1st Stage Test
ON
2nd Stage Test
ON
Y2
ON
O
B
G
ON
ON
ON
ON
ROOM RELATIVE HUMIDITY
Y
TEMPERATURE SETTING
FAN MODE
BUTTON
Air Cleaning Button
(Enters EVENT-BASED™ Air
Cleaning Control Screen)
FAN MODE
SETTING
Humidity Control Button
(Enters Humidity Control
Screen)
SYSTEM MODE
BUTTON
Fresh Air Button (Enters
Ventilation Control Screen)
SYSTEM MODE
SETTING
IndicatorS show through housing
Temperature ADJUSTMENT
HEAT PUMP ONLY
Emergency heat or
AUXILIARY HEAT (RED)
System FAULT (YELLOW)
MESSAGE
CENTER
Fan Equipment Test
W2
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
EQUIPMENT
STATUS
Note: System Variable 31, O/B operation selects O or B.
W
Current DAY
Y2
G
(SCROLLING TEXT)
HOLD BUTTON
(SETS OR CLEARS HOLD)
ON
LOW BATTERY
INDICATOR
Humidification Equipment Test
I1/ I2
G
ON
ON
CURRENT TIME & DATE
HEAT BLAST BUTTON
MAIN MENU BUTTON
Note: Backlight is activated with first button press and automatically turns off.
MAIN MENU
Dehumidification Equipment Test
I1/ I2
G
ON
ON
Ventilation Equipment Test
I1/ I2
G
ON
ON
SET VACATION HOLD
(HOLD–TO TIME AND DATE)
SET SCHEDULE
BUTTON
SET CURRENT
TIME AND DATE
CLEAN SCREEN
(LOCKOUT TOUCH
SCREEN FOR 30
SECONDS)
DONE BUTTON
(EXIT MENU)
USER SYSTEM SETTINGS
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Troubleshooting
Display is blank
• Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary.
• Make sure power switch at heating & cooling
system is on.
• Make sure furnace door is closed securely.
• If thermostat is battery powered, make sure fresh AA
alkaline batteries are correctly installed.
Temperature settings do not change
Make sure heating and cooling temperatures are set to
acceptable ranges:
• Heat: 40° to 90°F (4° to 32°C).
• Cool: 50° to 99°F (10° to 37°C).
Heating system does not respond
(“HEATING” appears on screen)
• Check for 24VAC 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 24VAC between the heat terminal (W)
and the transformer common. If 24VAC is present,
the thermostat is functional. Check the heating
equipment to find the cause of the problem.
• Check for loose or broken wires between the
thermostat and the heating equipment.
Error Codes
Heat pump issues cool air in heat mode,
or warm air in cool mode
• Check System Setting 31 (O/B Operation) to make
sure the reversing valve operation matches the heat
pump.
Heat/cool both on at same time
• Check SW1 (Equipment Type), to make sure it is set
to match the installed heating/cooling equipment
(see page 8).
• Check to make sure heating and cooling wires are
not shorted together.
Heating equipment is running in
cool mode
• Check SW1 (Equipment Type), to make sure it is set
to match the installed heating/cooling equipment
(see page 8).
“HEATING” is not displayed
• Check Installer System Setting number 01
(Control Setup) is set correctly.
• Change the System Mode to Heat, and set
the temperature level above the current room
temperature.
“COOLING” is not displayed
Cooling system does not respond
(“COOLING” appears on screen)
• Check for 24VAC 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 24VAC between the cooling terminal (Y)
and the transformer common. If 24VAC is present,
the thermostat is functional. Check the cooling
system to find the cause of the problem.
• Check for loose or broken wires between the
thermostat and the cooling equipment.
Fan does not turn on in a call for heat
• Check System Setting 05 (Fan Control), to make sure
the fan control is properly set to match the type of
system (see page 8).
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If the thermostat enters an error mode, all outputs are turned off. The thermostat attempts to recover every 10 minutes.
If the error does not clear, use the reset button. This will return all settings back to factory default.
Error code
01
02
04
Message
“SENSOR ERROR”
“EEPROM ERROR”
Error Description
Open temperature sensor circuit
Shorted temperature sensor circuit
Error in permanent memory
Thermostat Features
• Indoor air quality control.
– Humidification automatic or manual control.
– Dehumidification.
– Event-Based™ air cleaning.
– Ventilation with temperature and humidity limits.
• Dual power option (24VAC or battery).
• Temperature control.
• Air filter, humidifier, dehumidifier, and HVAC service
reminders.
• Heat Blast™ raises the room temperature 3°F to 5°F.
• Large touch screen with adjustable backlight –
constant backlight option available.
• Message center provides feedback and instructions.
• 7 day programmability or separately programmable
weekday/weekend schedules.
• Thermostat can be removed from the wall for easy
programming (batteries must be installed).
• Front battery door access for fast, easy replacement.
• Displays room temperature, room humidity,
temperature setting, and outdoor temperature.
• Programmable fan control with fan circulation mode.
• Easy to use temperature control can override program
schedule at any time.
• Progressive recovery ensures proper temperature at
the start of a program event.
• Built in compressor protection prevents damage to
your equipment.
• System test mode.
• Check Installer System Setting number 01
(Control Setup) is set correctly.
• Change the System Mode to Cool, and set
the temperature level below the current room
temperature.
Humidifier does not operate in
Auto Mode
• Check Installer System Setting number 11 (Outdoor
Sensor) is set to yes.
• Verify that the outdoor sensor is functioning
correctly. If the sensor is functioning correctly the
outdoor temperature will display in the outdoor
temperature location (see Home Screen on page 17
for the location).
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Specifications
Environment
Temperature
Operating: 32° to 120°F (0° to 48.9°C)
Shipping: -30° to 150°F (-34.4° to 65.5°C)
Relative humidity
Operating: 5% to 90% R.H. (non-condensing)
Electrical
Operating voltage
24VAC (18 – 30VAC)
Current
Maximum: 2.5A (total), 1.0A (single output)
Maximum surge current: 5A
Dual power. Can be battery or 24VAC powered.
Power supply
When both the sources are available, battery will be used as
back up power.
Battery power
Battery power: AA size alkaline battery x 2
Battery life: Approximately 1 year
Outdoor & Remote temperature sensor
Maximum distance: 300 feet
Room temperature measurement
Display range: 32° to 99°F (0° to 40°C)
Outdoor temperature measurement
Display range: -20° to 130°F (-30° to 55°C)
Setpoint temperature range
Heat: 40° to 90°F (4° to 32°C)
Cool: 50° to 99°F (10° to 37°C)
Setpoint humidity range
Humidification: 10% to 50% R.H.
Dehumidification: 40% to 90% R.H.
Thermal
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U.S. Patent Number 8,146,376 (and other patents pending)
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