Honeywell T7200D,E, T7300D,E,F and Q7300 Series 2000

Honeywell T7200D,E, T7300D,E,F and Q7300 Series 2000

T7200D,E, T7300D,E,F and Q7300

Series 2000 Programmable Commercial

Thermostats and Subbases

PRODUCT DATA

• Automatic or manual changeover models available.

• Universal Versaguard™ Thermostat guards available.

• Convenient overrides allow temporary setpoint changes.

• Keypad lockout available.

APPLICATION

The T7200, T7300 Thermostats and Q7300 Subbases control

24 Vac commercial single zone heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment.

T7200D,E Thermostats

• Use on single-stage conventional (T7200D) or heat pump (T7200E) applications.

T7300D,E Thermostats:

• Use on multistage conventional (T7300D) or heat pump (T7300E) applications.

• Models available with remote sensor capability.

T7300F Thermostats:

• Use on single-stage or multistage system in conventional or heat pump applications.

• Auxiliary contacts on Q7300 can be used to interface with C7400/W7459 Economizer System for total integration of rooftop control.

• Remote temperature sensors available for use with all models.

• Different levels of keypad lockout available.

Q7300 Subbase:

• Use with T7300D,E,F Thermostats.

• Auxiliary contacts can be used to interface with

C7400/W7459 Economizer System for total integration of rooftop control.

FEATURES

All Models:

• 7-day programming.

• Two Occupied and two Unoccupied periods per day.

• Individual heat and cool setpoints available for

Occupied and Unoccupied periods.

• Proportional plus Integral (P+I) control eliminates temperature fluctuations.

• Intelligent Recovery® control automatically optimizes equipment start times based on building load.

• Intelligent Fan™ feature energizes fan continuously in the Occupied periods. Fan can also be configured for conventional heat or electric heat fan operation.

Contents

Application ...........................................................................

1

Features ..............................................................................

1

Specifications ......................................................................

2

Ordering Information ...........................................................

2

Installation ...........................................................................

5

Wiring Subbase or Wallplate ...............................................

7

Settings ...............................................................................

9

Installer Setup ..................................................................... 10

Installer System Test ........................................................... 14

Programming ....................................................................... 16

Operation ............................................................................ 20

General Operation Information ............................................ 22

Troubleshooting Guide ........................................................ 23

Cross Reference ................................................................. 25

Wiring Diagrams .................................................................. 34

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SPECIFICATIONS

IMPORTANT

The specifications given in this publication do not include normal manufacturing tolerances. Therefore, this unit might not exactly match the listed specifications. This product is tested and calibrated under closely controlled conditions, and some minor differences in performance can be expected if those conditions are changed.

T7200/T7300 Thermostats:

T7200 and T7300 Thermostats provide features listed in Table 1.

Model

T7200D

T7200E

T7300D

T7300E

Applications

Conventional

Heat Pump

Conventional

Heat Pump

T7300F Conventional or

Heat Pump a

Wallplate provided.

b

Configured in Installer Setup.

Table 1. T7200 and T7300 Thermostat Features.

Subbase Required

None a

None a

Q7300A, G, L

Q7300C, D

Q7300A, C, D, G, L

Maximum Stages

Heat Cool

1

1

1

1

3

3

3

3

2

3

Changeover b

Automatic or Manual

Hookup Drawing No.

19

20

21-24, 30–32

25–29

21–32

Q7300 Subbases:

Q7300 Subbases provide features listed in Table 2.

Model

Q7300A

Q7300C

Q7300D

Q7300G

Applications

Conventional

Heat Pump

Heat Pump

Conventional

Table 2. Q7300 Subbase Features.

Thermostat

Required

Maximum Stages a

Heat Cool

T7300D, F

T7300E, F

T7300E, F

T7300D, F

Q7300L Conventional b

T7300D, F a

Wallplate only.

b

Used with ML7984 Actuator and V5011 or V5013 Valve.

3

3

2

3

2

2

3

2

2

1

Hookup

Drawing No.

21-24

25–27

28, 29

30

31, 32

ORDERING INFORMATION

When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the

TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number.

If you have additional questions, need further information, or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or phone:

1.

Your local Home and Building Control Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory).

2.

Home and Building Control Customer Logistics

Honeywell Inc., 1885 Douglas Drive North

Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386 (612) 951-1000

In Canada—Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 155 Gordon Baker Road, North York, Ontario M2H 2C9.

International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Australia, Canada, Finland, France,

Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom, U.S.A.

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Electrical Rating:

24 Vac, 50/60 Hz.

20 to 30 Vac, 50/60 Hz.

Batteries:

No batteries required.

Auxiliary Heat and Emergency Heat Indication:

Thermostat display indicates when Auxiliary Heat or

Emergency Heat are activated.

Loss of Power:

The thermostat will maintain programmed times and temperatures for the life of the product. The clock and day information is retained for a minimum of two hours.

Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs):

Two user-defined LEDs.

Two defined (CHECK and MAINTENANCE) LEDs on select models.

Two additional LEDs available on select models.

System Current Draw:

6 VA maximum at 30 Vac, 50/60 Hz.

Output Relay Draw:

See Table 3.

Table 3. Maximum Amps at 30 Vac.

Relay

Fan

Heat (all stages)

Cool (all stages)

Auxiliary (Economizer)

Running (A)

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.6

Inrush (A)

3.5

3.5

7.5

3.5

Temperature:

Ratings:

Operating Ambient: 40

°

F to 110

°

F (4

°

C to 43

°

C).

Shipping: -30

°

F to +150

°

F (-34

°

C to +65

°

C).

Display Accuracy:

±

1

°

F (

±

0.5

°

C).

Setpoint:

Range: 45

°

F to 95

°

F (7

°

C to 35

°

C).

Differential: 2

°

F (1

°

C).

Default Settings: see Table 4.

Control

Heating

Cooling

Table 4. Default Setpoints.

Occupied

70

°

F (20

°

C)

78

°

F (25.5

°

C)

Unoccupied

55

°

F (13

°

C)

90

°

F (32

°

C)

Remote Sensor Wiring Temperature Offset:

Temperature offset occurs with 500 ft (157m) to 1000 ft (305m) of 2-wire cable. See Table 5.

50-90

°

F

10-32

°

C

Table 5. Temperature Offset.

Temperature

Range 18 AWG

-0.4

°

F

-0.3

°

C

20 AWG

-0.7

°

F

-0.4

°

C

22 AWG

-1.0

°

F

-0.6

°

C

Minimum Stage Operation Time:

Minimum On (Heat and Cool): factory setting 2 minutes; option 0 minutes.

Minimum Off (Cool and Heat Pump): factory setting

4 minutes; option 0, 1, 3, 5 minutes.

Humidity Ratings:

5% to 90% RH, noncondensing.

Clock Accuracy:

+1 minute per month.

Finish:

Taupe color.

Dimensions:

See Fig. 1.

Mounting Means:

T7200 Thermostat mounts on a wallplate. The T7300 Thermostat mounts on a Q7300 Subbase. The wallplate and subbase mount horizontally on a wall or outlet box with two no. 6 x 32 screws (included).

Accessories:

C7150B Discharge Air Sensor (form 63-2072).

C7400 Enthalpy Sensor (form 63-2140).

M7415 Damper Actuator (form 63-2100).

ML7984 Valve Actuator (form 95C-10753).

R8222 Switching Relay (form 60-2056).

T675A Temperature Control (form 60-2200).

T7022A1010 Remote Temperature Sensor (form 60-0247).

T7047C Remote Temperature Sensor (form 62-3050).

T7047G Remote Temperature Sensor (form 62-3050).

T7147A Remote Temperature Sensor and Override

Module (form 62-3049).

W859F Packaged Economizer (form 63-2476).

W950A System Supervisor (form 60-2351).

W7459 Economizer Logic Module (form 63-2141).

W6210/W7210 Economizer (form 63-2528).

Approvals:

CE listed

RECYCLING NOTICE

If this control is replacing a control that contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not place your old control in the trash.

Contact your local waste management authority for instructions regarding recycling and the proper disposal of the old thermostat.

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6-3/4 (172)

3-1/4 (82)

1-3/8 (35)

1/16 (2)

1-7/8

(47)

4-1/8

(105)

4-3/4

(121)

1

7-5/16 (186)

7/8

(22)

1-11/16

(43)

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

4-5/8

(117)

5 (127)

1

1 T7200 WALLPLATE DOES NOT HAVE THE LED EXTENSION

Fig. 1. Dimensions of T7200, T7300 and Q7300 in in. (mm).

9/16

(14)

M10234

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INSTALLATION

When Installing this Product…

1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow the instructions can damage the product or cause a hazardous condition.

2. Check the ratings given in the instructions and on the product to make sure the product is suitable for your application.

3. Installer must be a trained, experienced service technician.

4. After completing installation, use these instructions to check out the product operation.

Location

T7200 Wallplate or Q7300 Subbase without Remote-

Mounted Temperature Sensor

Install the thermostat about 5 ft (1.5m) above the floor in an area with good air circulation at average temperature. See

Fig. 2.

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.

Q7300 Subbase with Remote-Mounted

Temperature Sensor(s)

If only the remote-mounted temperature sensor(s) is used to sense and control room temperature, then install the thermostat in an area that is accessible for setting and adjusting the temperature and settings.

If both the subbase and remote-mounted temperature sensor(s) are used to sense and control room temperature, then install the subbase about 5 ft above the floor in an area with good air circulation.

Install the remote-mounted sensor(s) about 5 ft (1.5m) above the floor in an area with good air circulation at average temperature. See Fig. 2.

Do not mount the sensor(s) 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.

If more than one remote sensor are required, they must be arranged in a temperature averaging network consisting of two, three, four, five or nine sensors. See Fig. 3 through 7.

NOTE: When sensor averaging, T7147A can be substituted for the T7047C. The T7147A includes OVERRIDE and WARMER/COOLER keys.

NO

YES

NO

5 FEET

(1.5 METERS)

NO

Fig. 2. Typical location of thermostat or remote-mounted sensor.

M4823A

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IMPORTANT

To avoid electrical interference, which can cause erratic performances, keep wiring runs as short as possible and do not run thermostat wires adjacent to the line voltage electrical distribution systems. Use shielded cable (Belden type 8762 or equivalent for

2-wire and Belden type 8772 or equivalent for 3-wire).

The cable shield must be grounded only at the controlled equipment case.

T

SUBBASE

T

T7047G T7047G

T T

T

T

M4838

Fig. 3. Two T7047G Sensors providing temperature averaging network for

T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.

T

SUBBASE

T

T7047C

T T

T7047G

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047G

T

SUBBASE

T

T7047G

T

T T

T T7047G

T7047G T7047G

T

T

T

T

T

T

M4841

Fig. 6. Five T7047G Sensors providing temperature averaging network for

T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.

T7047C

T T

T

SUBBASE

T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

M4839

Fig. 4. Two T7047C Sensors and one T7047G Sensor providing temperature averaging network for

T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.

T

SUBBASE

T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

T7047C

T T

M4840

Fig. 5. Four T7047C Sensors providing temperature averaging network for

T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.

M4842

Fig. 7. Nine T7047C Sensors providing temperature averaging network for T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.

NOTE: When thermostat is configured for temperature averaging network (remote and internal sensing), the internal sensor has 50% authority of the averaged temperature.

Mounting Subbase or Wallplate

The subbase or wallplate mounts horizontally on the wall or a

2 in. x 4 in. wiring box. Position the subbase or wallplate horizontally on the wall or on a 2 in. x 4 in. wiring box.

1. Position and level the subbase or wallplate (for appearance only). The thermostat functions properly even when not level.

2. Use a pencil to mark the mounting holes. See Fig. 8.

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WIRES

THROUGH WALL

WALL

3. Remove the subbase or wallplate from the wall and drill two 3/16 inch holes in the wall (if drywall) as marked.

For firmer material such as plaster or wood, drill two

7/32 inch holes. Gently tap anchors (provided) into the drilled holes until flush with the wall.

4. Position the subbase or wallplate over the holes, pulling wires through the wiring opening.

5. Loosely insert the mounting screws into the holes.

6. Tighten mounting screws.

WALL

ANCHORS

(2)

MOUNTING

HOLES

MOUNTING

SCREWS

LEDS

Fig. 8. Mounting subbase or wallplate.

M10237

WIRING SUBBASE OR WALLPLATE

All wiring must comply with local electrical codes and ordinances. Follow equipment manufacturer wiring instructions when available. Refer to Fig. 19 through 32 for typical hookups. A letter code is located near each terminal for identification. Refer to Table 6 for terminal designations.

CAUTION

Disconnect power before wiring to prevent electrical shock or equipment damage.

Table 6. Terminal Designations and Descriptions.

Standard

Terminal

Designations

A1

Alternate

Terminal

Designations

A2 a

A1, A2 —

Typical Connection

Dry auxiliary contacts for economizer control; A1 is normally open during Unoccupied periods and closed during Occupied periods.

Damper control relay (Q7300L only)

Function

Output

Terminal

Type

Dry contact

A2 A1 a

Input, Output 24V powered contact

Input Dry contact

A3

AS, AS

B

Dry auxiliary contacts for economizer control (A2 is common)

Dry auxiliary contacts for economizer control; A3 is normally closed during Occupied periods and open during

Unoccupied periods.

C7150B Discharge Air Sensor connection

Heating changeover valve

Communication input for T7147

Output

Input

Output

Input

Dry contact

24V powered contact

Low power C1, C2, C3,

C4, C5

E

K Emergency heat relay Output

G

O

F

R

Fan relay

Cooling changeover valve

R

RC

RH

V

24V system transformer

24V cooling transformer

24V heating transformer

T, T — Remote sensor input for T7047 or T7147

W1 H1, R3 Stage 1 heating relay (Q7300A, G) or auxiliary heat relay

(Q7300C, D) a

Some OEM models reverse the economizer terminal designations A1 and A2.

b

Some OEM models label the terminal for transformer common B.

Output

Output

Input

Input

Input

Input

Output

24V powered contact

24V powered contact

24V powered contact

24V powered contact

(Continued)

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X

X4

Y1

Y2

Y3

Standard

Terminal

Designations

W2

W3

X1, X3

Y1, Y

C2

Alternate

Terminal

Designations

H2, R4, W3, Y

C1, M, Y

RS, M

Table 6. Terminal Designations (continued).

Typical Connection

Stage 2 heating relay

Stage 3 heating relay

B b

, C, X1, X2 Common

A, A1, A2, C,

L, X, Z

User defined Light Emiting Diodes (LEDs)

LED common

Stage 1 compressor contactor (Q7300C, D)

Stage 1 cooling compressor (Q7300A, G, L)

Stage 2 cooling compressor (conventional).

Stage 2 compressor contactor (heat pump).

Stage 3 cooling compressor

BM

FC

GH

ML7984 Actuator connection (Q7300L only); no call for heat, valve closed; call for stage 1 heat, valve approximately one-half open; call for stage 2 heat, valve fully open.

Fan control transformer (Q7300L only)

High-speed fan output (Q7300L only); activate during calls for cooling

GL

P1, P2

RM

C, H, L

O

P

Low-speed fan output (Q7300L only); acti-vated on calls for heat and fan On selection.

Pump interlock relay (Q7300L only); operates circulator pump in hydronic heat or energizes conventional heat system.

ML7984A Actuator connection (Q7300L only); no call for heat, valve closed; call for stage 1 heat, valve approximately one-half open; call for stage 2 heat, valve fully open.

HSII Control Panel

Momentary circuit changeover

Defrost

— R1, R2 Low- and high-speed fan relays

— T External temperature readout, T-relay; outdoor thermistor a

Some OEM models reverse the economizer terminal designations A1 and A2.

b

Some OEM models label the terminal for transformer common B.

Function

Output

Output

Terminal

Type

24V powered contact

24V powered contact

Input

Annunciation —

Annunciation —

Output 24V powered contact

Output

Output

24V powered contact

24V powered contact

Output

Output

24V powered contact

Input

Output

Output

24V powered contact

Output 24V powered contact

Input, Output 24V powered contact

1. Loosen the terminal screws on the subbase or wallplate and connect the system wires. See Fig. 9.

IMPORTANT

Use 18-gauge, solid-conductor color-coded thermostat cable for proper wiring. If using

18- gauge stranded wire, no more than ten wires can be used. Do not use larger than 18-gauge wire.

2. Securely tighten each terminal screw.

3. Push excess wire back into the hole.

4. Plug the hole with nonflammable insulation to prevent drafts from affecting the thermostat.

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FOR WRAPAROUND

INSERTION STRIP

7/16 IN. (11 MM).

FOR STRAIGHT

INSERTION STRIP

5/16 IN. (8 MM).

M4826

Fig. 9. Proper wiring technique.

Mounting Thermostat on Subbase or

Wallplate

The thermostat mounts on the subbase or wallplate after they are installed.

1. Engage tabs at the top of thermostat and subbase or wallplate. See Fig. 10.

2. Press lower edge of case to latch.

NOTE: To remove the thermostat from the wall, first pull out at the bottom of the thermostat; then remove the top.

A.

ENGAGE TABS AT TOP OF THERMOSTAT AND SUBBASE OR WALLPLATE.

B.

PRESS LOWER EDGE OF CASE TO LATCH.

SETTINGS

Using Thermostat Keys

The thermostat keys are used to:

• set current time and day,

• program times and setpoints for heating and cooling,

• override the program temperatures,

• display present setting,

• set system and fan operation,

• configure Installer Setup,

• check Installer System Test.

See Fig. 11 for key information.

Setting System and Fan (select models)

The system default setting is Heat. The fan default is set so the fan operates continuously in Occupied periods,

Unoccupied period recovery times and with the heating and cooling equipment in Unoccupied periods. Use the System and Fan keys to change the settings. Fan and system operation are configured in the Installer Setup options.

The system settings are:

Em Heat (T7200E, T7300/Q7300C,D): Emergency heat relay is on continuously. Thermostat cycles highest stage of heat. Cooling system is off. Compressor is de-energized.

Heat: Thermostat controls the heating.

Off: Both the heating and cooling are off.

Cool: Thermostat controls the cooling.

Auto: Thermostat automatically changes between heating and cooling depending on the indoor temperature.

The fan settings are:

On: Fan operates continuously in occupied period.

Auto: Equipment controls the fan in the Unoccupied periods. The Intelligent Fan™ operation (Installer Setup number 17) offers three choices for the fan operation in

Occupied periods:

— fan turns on only when there is a call for heating or cooling.

— fan operates continuously in Occupied periods.

— fan is on continuously in Occupied periods and

Unoccupied period recovery times.

Setting Temperature

Refer to Table 7 for the default temperature setpoints. See

Programming section for complete instructions on changing the setpoints.

M4824A

Fig. 10. Mounting thermostat on subbase or wallplate.

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ENTER OCCUPIED

PROGRAM MODE

ENTER UNOCCUPIED

PROGRAM MODE

SET CURRENT DAY OR

PROGRAM DAY

SET OCCUPIED

TEMPERATURE

SETPOINTS

SET UNOCCUPIED TEMPERATURE

SETPOINTS AND SCROLLS

THROUGH INSTALLER SETUP

AND SYSTEM TEST

RETURNS TO

NORMAL

OPERATIONS

SET OVERRIDE

TEMPERATURE

OFFSET AND

ACTIVATE

TEMPORARY

OVERRIDE

ENTER HOLD MODE

AM

Mon

Occupied

System

Heat

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continuous

Unoccupied

Day

Copy

Room

Fan

Auto

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

INCREASE

TEMPERATURE

OR TIME SETTING

DECREASE

TEMPERATURE

OR TIME SETTING

SET CURRENT

DAY AND TIME

CLEAR PROGRAM PERIOD

SELECT

SYSTEM

OPERATION

COPY ONE

PROGRAMMED DAY

TO ANOTHER DAY

SELECT FAN

OPERATION

Fig. 11. Thermostat key locations and descriptions.

CHANGE BETWEEN HEATING

AND COOLING SETPOINTS

AND SCROLLS BACKWARDS

THROUGH INSTALLER SETUP

NUMBERS AND SYSTEM TEST

M10233A

Table 7. Default Temperature Setpoints.

Control

Heating

Cooling

Occupied

70

°

F (20

°

C)

78

°

F (25.5

°

C)

Unoccupied

55

°

F (13

°

C)

90

°

F (32

°

C)

INSTALLER SETUP

NOTE: For most applications, the thermostat factorysettings do not need to be changed. Review the factory-settings in Table 8 and if no changes are necessary, go to the Installer System Test section.

The Installer Setup is used by the installer to customize the thermostat to specific systems. Installer Setups are listed in

Table 8. The table includes all the configuration options available.

A combination of key presses are required to use the Installer

Setup feature.

— To enter the Installer Setup, press and hold the Heat/Cool

Settings key and both the increase

▲ and

▼ decrease keys until the first number is displayed. All display segments appear for approximately three seconds before the number is displayed. See Fig. 12 and 13.

Set Program

Start Time

Em Ht

Aux Ht

Comm

Set Day/Time

Temporary Setting Enrg

Sav

AM

PM

Mon TueWedThuFriSatSun

Un Occupied 12 Override In

Heat

Recovery

Cool

%Humid

Auto Only

Room

Remote

Duct

System

Em Heat

Off Cool Auto

Lo Med Hi

Wait

Fan

On Auto

M4916

Fig. 12. Display of all the segments of the LCD.

MODE NUMBER

DISPLAY

(COLUMN 2

OF TABLE 8)

FACTORY SETTING

OR OTHER CHOICE

DISPLAY (COLUMN 3

OR 5 OF TABLE 8)

M10227

Fig. 13. Display of Installer Setup number and setting.

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— To advance to the next Installer Setup number, press the

Unoccupied Temp key.

— To return to an Installer Setup number, press the Heat/

Cool Settings key.

— To change a setting, use the increase

▲ or

▼ decrease key.

— To exit the Installer Setup, press the Run Program key.

The Installer Setup is automatically exited if no key presses are made for four minutes.

CAUTION

Heat pump and electric heat systems must be configured correctly in Installer Setup 2 to prevent equipment damage caused by the system running without the fan.

NOTE: Be sure to set the thermostat time after exiting the

Installer Setup.

Installer Setup numbers are listed in Table 8.

IMPORTANT

Only configurable numbers are shown on the device.

Example: If the thermostat does not have a system key, Installer Setup number 12 will not be displayed.

Review Table 8 factory-settings and mark any desired changes in the Actual Setting column. When the Installer Setup is complete, review the settings to confirm that they match the system.

Table 8. Thermostat Installer Setup Options.

Select

Not used

Fan operation a

Output stages of heating

Installer Setup

Number

(Press

Unoccupied

Temp key to change)

1

2

Display

3

Factory-Setting

Description

0 Conventional applications where equipment controls fan operation in heat mode

Depends on subbase

Stages of heat

Heating cycle rate

Output stages of cooling

4

5

6

7

8

(Press

Display

1

1

1

1

Other Choices

or

Description

Electric heat applications where thermostat controls fan operation in heat mode

key to change)

4

4

4

4

Stage 1—4 cph

Stage 2—4 cph

Stage 3—4 cph

Emergency heat relay is on continuously.

Highest stage of heat cycles at 4 cph

(Q7300C or D only).

Depends on subbase

Stages of cooling

0, 1, 2, or 3

3

0—No heating

1—One stage of heat

2—Two stages of heat

3—Three stages of heat

3, 6, 8 3—3 cph used for hot water systems or 9 or high efficiency furnaces

6—6 cph used for conventional systems

8—8 cph used for conventional systems

9—9 cph used for electric heat systems

0, 1, 2 or 3

0—No cooling

1—One stage of cool

2—Two stages of cool

3—Three stages of cool

3—3 cph

Cooling cycle rate

9

10

11

4

4

4

Stage 1—4 cph

Stage 2—4 cph

Stage 3—4 cph

System setting adjustment

(models with

System key)

Not used

Degree temperature display

Displaying temperature

12

13

14

15

Depends on model

0

0

System selection

Temperature is displayed in

°

F

Temperature is displayed

Clock format 16 0 12-hour clock format a

Number 2 must be set to 1 to extend fan operation.

0, 1 or 2 0—System setting key is operational

1—Auto setting is disabled

2—Auto only setting

Temperature is displayed in

24-hour clock format

°

Temperature is not displayed

C

Actual

Setting

(Continued)

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Table 8. Thermostat Installer Setup Options (Continued).

Select

Intelligent Fan™ operation

Not used

Extended fan operation in heating a

Extended fan operation in cooling

Fan key adjustment (models with Fan key)

Remote sensing

Installer Setup

Number

(Press

Unoccupied

Temp key to change)

17

18

19

20

21

Display

Factory-Setting

Description

2

0

0

0

Fan operates continuously in Occupied and recovery modes.

Fan operates with call for heating or cooling in

Unoccupied mode.

No extended fan operation after the call for heat ends

No extended fan operation after the call for cool ends

Fan setting key is operational

1

1

Other Choices

(Press

or

key to change)

Display Description

0 or 1 0—Fan only operates with calls for heating or cooling in Occupied and Unoccupied modes

1—Fan operates continuously in

Occupied mode. Fan operates with calls for heating or cooling in

Unoccupied mode.

— —

1 Fan operation is extended

90 seconds after the call for heat ends.

Fan operation is extended

90 seconds after the call for cool ends.

Fan setting key is Auto only

Actual

Setting

— b

Temperature averaging network b

Not used

Keypad lockout level (keypad lockout is enabled and disabled by DIP switch 1 on back of thermostat)

Duration of temporary override

Not used

Deadband

Interstage control point

(Q7300C,D only)

22

23

24

25

26

27 thru 29

30

31

0

0

0

3

2

0

Remote sensing not activated

Temperature averaging disabled

1

1

Remote sensing activated

Temperature averaging between local sensor and remote sensor(s) activated

No lockout 1 or 2 1—Lockout all keys on thermostat except system and fan settings, temporary setpoint, clock and day adjustments

2—Lockout all keys except Set

Current Day/Time, increase

▲ and decrease

keys

3—Three hour override 1, 8 or 12 1—One hour override

8—Eight hour override

12—Twelve hour override

Heating and cooling setpoints can be set no closer than 2

°

F

Disabled

Number 22 must be set to 1 and remote sensor(s) must be installed.

3 thru 10 Heating and cooling setpoints can be set no closer than the chosen value

1 thru 12 Temperature has to change more than the chosen value before the system calls for the next stage.

(Example: 68

°

F is the heat setpoint,

2

°

F is the interstage setting, temperature is 65.5

°

F, the second stage turns on, brings the temperature to 66

°

F and turns off.

The heat pump continues to run until the setpoint is met.)

(Continued)

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Table 8. Thermostat Installer Setup Options (Continued).

Select

Minimum on time

Installer Setup

Number

(Press

Unoccupied

Temp key to change)

Display

Factory-Setting

Description

32 2

Minimum off time for the compressor

33

34

4

90

(Press

Display

Other Choices

or

key to change)

Description

2 minute minimum on time for heating and cooling

0 or 1 No minimum on time or

1 minute minimum on time for heating and cooling

4 minute minimum off time for the compressor

Highest setpoint heating can be set to

0, 1, 2, 3 or 5

Minimum number of minutes

(0 thru 5) the compressor will be off between calls for the compressor

40 to 89 Temperature range (1

°

F increments) heating setpoint can be set to

Temperature range stops in heating

Temperature range stops in cooling

35 45 Lowest setpoint cooling can be set to

46 to 99 Temperature range (1

°

F increments) cooling setpoint can be set to

Actual

Setting

Not used

Temperature display adjustment

36

37

0

No difference in displayed temperature and actual room temperature

Minimum off times in heating

Not used

Installer Setup lockout (keypad lockout is enabled and disabled by DIP switch 1 on back of thermostat)

38

39

40

4

0

4—4 minute minimum off time

0—No Installer Setup lockout

— —

1 thru 6 1—Display adjusts to 1

°

F higher than actual room temperature

2—Display adjusts to 2

°

F higher than actual room temperature

3—Display adjusts to 3

°

F higher than actual room temperature

4—Display adjusts to 1

°

F lower than actual room temperature

5—Display adjusts to 2

°

F lower than actual room temperature

6—Display adjusts to 3

°

F lower than actual room temperature

0, 1, 2, 3, or 5

Minimum number of minutes

(0 thru 5) the heating equipment will be off between calls for heat

— —

1 1—Installer Setup lockout activated

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IMPORTANT

Review the settings to confirm that they match the system. Press Run Program to exit the Installer

Setup. The thermostat has saved the Installer Setup changes and initiated reset in order to operate with these new settings. Be sure to set the current day and time immediately.

Setting Current Time/Day

1. Press Set Current Day/Time.

NOTE: On initial power up or after an extended power loss, 1:00 pm flashes on the display until a key is pressed.

Set Current

Day/Time

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Set Day/Time

PM

M4951B

2. Press Day until the current day is displayed.

NOTE: Sun = Sunday, Mon = Monday, Tue = Tuesday,

Wed = Wednesday, Thu = Thursday, Fri =

Friday, Sat = Saturday.

Day

Set Day/Time

PM

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Tue

M4952B

3. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the current time is displayed.

NOTE: Tapping the Set Current Day/Time will change the time in one hour increments.

Set Day/Time

PM

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Tue

M4953B

4. Press Run Program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

INSTALLER SYSTEM TEST

Use the Installer System Test to check the thermostat configurations and operation. Refer to Table 9 for a list of the available system tests.

To start the system test:

CAUTION

The minimum off time for compressors is bypassed during the Installer System Test. Equipment damage can occur if the compressor is cycled too quickly.

Press and hold the increase

▲ and

▼ decrease keys, at the same time, until 10 appears. All segments of the LCD are displayed for three seconds before 10 appears. See Fig. 14 and 15.

Set Program

Start Time

Em Ht

Aux Ht

Set Day/Time

Temporary Setting Enrg

Sav

AM

PM

Room

%Humid Comm

Mon TueWedThuFriSatSun

Un Occupied 12 Override

System

Em Heat Off Cool Auto

In

Heat

Recovery

Lo Med Hi

Wait

Cool

Auto

Remote

Only Duct

Fan

On Auto

M4916

Fig. 14. Display of all the segments of the LCD.

TEST NUMBER

Fig. 15. Display of test number.

M10257A

Table 9. Tests Available in Installer System Test.

Test

Number System Test Description

10 to 19 Heating equipment can be turned on and off

20 to 29 Emergency heat (Q7300C,D only) equipment can be turned on and off

30 to 39 Cooling equipment can be turned on and off

40 to 49 Fan equipment can be turned on and off

60 0 to

60 19

Keyboard keys test

70 to 79 Thermostat information including date code and software versions are displayed

NOTE: If a duct temperature sensor is installed (T7300F only), the duct temperature will also be displayed.

Refer to Table 10 and Thermostat Information section for directions and results of the specific system tests.

NOTE: Press Run Program to exit the system test. The system test times out after four minutes without any key presses.

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Table 10. Installer System Test Options.

Key to

Press

Test

Number

Heating Equipment System Test

Heat/Cool Settings

10

11

12

13

12

11

10

Enter heating equipment system test.

Description

Stage-one heat comes on. The system fan is also energized.

Stage-two heat comes on. Stage-one heat and system fan remain on.

Stage-three heat comes on. Stage-one and stage-two heat with the system fan are on.

Stage-three heat turns off.

Stage-two heat turns off.

Stage-one heat and system fan turn off.

Emergency Heating Equipment System Test (T7300E,F with Q7300C,D)

Heat/Cool Settings

20

21

22

21

Change from heating to emergency heating equipment system test.

Emergency heat and system fan come on.

Highest stage heat comes on.

Highest stage heat turns off.

20 Emergency heat and system fan turn off.

Cooling Equipment System Test

Heat/Cool Settings

30

31

32

33

Change from heating or emergency heating to cooling equipment system test.

Stage-one cooling and system fan come on.

Stage-two cool comes on. Stage-one cool and system fan remain on.

32

Stage-three cool comes on (Q7300G only). Stage-one and stage-two cool with system fan remain on.

Stage-three cool turns off.

31

30

Stage-two cool turns off.

Stage-one cool and system fan turn off.

Fan Equipment System Test

Heat/Cool Settings

40

41

42

41

40

Change from cooling to fan equipment system test.

Fan comes on.

High speed fan turns on (Q7300L only).

High speed fan turns off.

Fan turns off.

Key Operation System Test

Heat/Cool Settings

60 2 Change from fan to key operation system test.

Unoccupied Temp

Occupied Temp

60 0

60 1

Unoccupied Temp test number is displayed.

Occupied Temp test number is displayed.

60 3 Increase test number is displayed.

60 5 Decrease test number is displayed.

Clear Start Time

Day

60 7

60 8

Clear Start Time test number is displayed.

Day test number is displayed.

Copy

60 9 Copy test number is displayed.

Unoccupied Start TIme

60 10 Unoccupied Start Time test number is displayed.

System (select models)

60 11 System test number is displayed.

Fan (select models)

60 12 Fan test number is displayed.

Set Current Day/Time

Run Program

60 14

60 15

Set Current Day/Time test number is displayed.

Run Program test number is displayed.

Temporary Occupied

Occupied Start Time

Continuous

Unoccupied

60 16 Temporary Occupied test number is displayed.

60 17 Occupied Start Time test number is displayed.

60 19 Continuous Unoccupied test number is displayed.

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Thermostat Information

1. Press the Heat/Cool Settings key to access the thermostat information.

7. Press Run Program to exit the self-test. The self-test times out after four minutes without any key presses.

M4934

2. Press the increase

▲ key to display the production date code. The first two large digits are the month and the third digit is the last digit of the year. (Example:

036 = March 1996)

Setting Keypad Lockout Switch

The DIP switch 1, on the back of the thermostat, activates the lockout features. The switch must be set to the ON position

(up) to activate the lockout feature. See Fig. 16. The factory setting is off (down). Remove the thermostat from the subbase and set the switch to ON if keypad lockout is desired. The level of lockout is determined by the Installer

Setup numbers 25 and 40.

3. Press the increase

M4931

▲ key again to display the software identification code. (Example: 02 = software ID code 2)

1

ON

1 2

2

4. Press the increase

M4932A

▲ key again to display the software revision number. (Example: 001 = revision number 1)

5. Press the increase

M10229

▲ key again to display the

EEPROM identification code. (Example: 314 =

EEPROM ID 313)

6. Press the increase

M4933A

▲ key again to display the subbase identification code. (Example: HP = heat pump subbases)

M10290

1

2

DIP 1 IS ON

DIP 2 IS NOT USED.

M10235

BACK OF THERMOSTAT

Fig. 16. Setting the keypad lockout DIP switch 1 on the back of the thermostat.

PROGRAMMING

The keyboard is located behind the thermostat cover. Up to sixteen keys are used to set, review and modify programmed times and temperature settings. The thermostat display shows day, time, program period and temperature.

The thermostat can be set for two Occupied and two

Unoccupied times for each day of the week (28 independent time settings). Temporary Occupied key provides quick temporary temperature changes for increased occupant comfort. The Continuous Unoccupied key provides energy efficient operation for extended periods of time.

IMPORTANT

To program the thermostat, 24 Vac is required (turn on system power). The keyboard lockout feature must be disabled by setting the DIP switch 1 on the back of the thermostat to the Off position.

Before starting the program procedure, use Table 11 to organize the program schedule.

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Table 11. Occupied and Unoccupied Periods Start Times.

Day

Monday

Occupied

Period 1

Unoccupied

Period 1

Occupied

Period 2

Unoccupied

Period 2

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

3. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the current time is displayed.

NOTE: Tapping the Set Current Day/Time will change the time in one hour increments.

Set Day/Time

PM

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Tue

M4953B

4. Press Run Program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

The program has four temperature settings, Occupied and

Unoccupied heat and cool. The thermostat will operate at the

Occupied temperature setting unless the thermostat is programmed. Table 12 shows the default temperature settings.

Control

Heating

Cooling

Table 12. Occupied and Unoccupied

Default Temperature Settings.

Occupied

70

°

F (20

°

C)

78

°

F (25.5

°

C)

Unoccupied

55

°

F (13

°

C)

90

°

F (32

°

C)

Setting Current Day/Time

1. Press Set Current Day/Time.

NOTE: On initial power up or after an extended power loss, 1:00 pm flashes on the display until a key is pressed.

Set Current

Day/Time

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Set Day/Time

PM

M4951B

2. Press Day until the current day is displayed.

NOTE: Sun = Sunday, Mon = Monday, Tue = Tuesday,

Wed = Wednesday, Thu = Thursday, Fri =

Friday, Sat = Saturday.

Day

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Tue

Set Day/Time

PM

M4952B

Setting Program Times

1. Press Occupied Start Time.

NOTE: Anytime a start time is not required, press the

Clear Start Time.

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Start Time

AM

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

M4955A

2. Press Day until the desired day is displayed.

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Start Time

AM

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

M4955A

3. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired start time is displayed.

NOTE: The program times are in fifteen minute intervals. (Example: 8:00, 8:15, 8:30).

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

AM

Wed

Occupied 1

M4957A

4. Press Occupied Start Time a second time to set a second Occupied Start Time.

Occupied

Start Time

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

Wed

Occupied 2

M4958B

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5. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired start time is displayed.

Set Program

Start Time

PM

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Wed

Occupied 2

M4959A

6. Press Unoccupied Start Time.

Unoccupied

Start Time

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

Un

Wed

Occupied 1

PM

M4960A

7. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired start time is displayed.

Set Program

Start Time

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Un

Wed

Occupied 1

PM

M4961A

8. Press Unoccupied Start Time a second time to set a second Unoccupied Start Time.

Unoccupied

Start Time

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

Un

Wed

Occupied 2

M4962B

9. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired start time is displayed.

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

PM

Un

Wed

Occupied 2

M4963A

3. Press Copy.

Copy

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

System

Heat/Cool

Settings

Fan

Wed

M4967A

4. Press Day until the day to be copied to is displayed.

Day

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

System

Heat/Cool

Settings

Fan

Wed Thu

M4968A

5. Press Copy.

NOTE: donE will be displayed for two seconds and then the program display will be shown.

Copy

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

M4969A

6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for all the days desired.

7. Press Run Program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

Copying a Day

NOTE: The thermostat must be in program mode to use the copy feature. Go to step 2. if the thermostat is already in the program mode.

1. Press Occupied Start Time.

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Start Time

AM

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

M4955A

2. Press Day to select the day to be copied if different from the day displayed.

Day

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

AM

Wed

Occupied 1

M4966A

Setting Program Temperature Setpoints

NOTE: The setpoint temperature range is 40 to 90

°

F

(7 to 31

°

C) for heating and 45 to 99

°

F (9 to 37

°

C) for cooling.

1. Press Occupied Temp.

Setting

Set Program

Occupied

Temp

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Occupied

Heat

M4970B

2. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired temperature is displayed.

Set Program

Setting

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Occupied

Heat

M4971B

3. Press Heat/Cool Settings to change between heat and cool settings.

Setting

Heat/Cool

Settings

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

System

Heat/Cool

Settings

Fan

Set Program

Occupied

Cool

M4972A

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4. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired temperature is displayed.

Set Program

Setting

Run

Program

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Occupied

Cool

M4973B

5. Press Unoccupied Temp.

Set Program

Setting

Unoccupied

Temp

Run

Program

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Un Occupied

Heat

M4974B

6. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired temperature is displayed.

Set Program

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Un Occupied

Heat

Setting

M4975B

7. Press Heat/Cool Settings to change between heat and cool settings.

Set Program

Heat/Cool

Settings

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Un Occupied

Setting

Cool

M4976B

8. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired temperature is displayed.

Set Program

Setting

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Un Occupied

Cool

M4977B

9. Press Run Program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

Clearing Program Start Times

1. Press Occupied Start Time or Unoccupied Start Time until the start time to be cleared is displayed.

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Start Time

AM

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

M4955A

2. Press Day until the desired day is displayed.

Day

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

AM

Mon

Occupied 1

M4978A

3. Press Clear Start Time.

Clear

Start Time

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Set Program

Start Time

Mon

Occupied 1

M4979B

4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for all the start times to be cleared.

5. Press Run Program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

Temporary Occupied Override

Setting Temperature Offset for Temporary Override

1. Press Occupied Temp.

Setting

Occupied

Temp

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

System

Heat/Cool

Settings

Fan

Wed

Occupied

Heat

M10231

2. Press Temporary Occupied.

Temporary

Occupied

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

M4980A

3. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired temperature offset is displayed (range is 0

°

to 5

°

F).

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

4. Press Run Program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

M4981A

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

Using Temporary Override

NOTE: The temporary override temperature is held for one, three, eight or twelve hours (depending on installer setup number 26) and then the thermostat returns to the program.

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1. Press Temporary Occupied.

NOTE: The default temperature setting is the

Occupied setpoint.

Setting

Temporary

Occupied

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Override

Heat

M4982B

2. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key to change the default setting by the offset (range is 0

°

to 5

°

F), if desired.

NOTE: If the offset is zero, the default setting changes in one degree increments. If the offset is 1 through 5, the default setting changes by

±

the offset.

Temporary

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

System

Heat/Cool

Settings

Fan

Wed

System

Override

Auto

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4983B

3. Press Run Program to cancel the override.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

Using Continuous Unoccupied

1. Press Continuous Unoccupied.

NOTE: The default temperature setting is the

Unoccupied setpoint. The default appears for approximately five seconds and then the display shows the room temperature.

Setting

Continuous

Unoccupied

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Heat

M4984B

2. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key to change the default setting, if desired.

Setting

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied

Temp

Unoccupied

Temp

Change

Time/Temp

System

Heat/Cool

Settings

Fan

Heat

M10232A

3. Press Heat/Cool Settings to change between heat and cool settings. Use increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key to adjust the temperature settings.

4. Press Run Program to cancel the Hold and to return to the program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

Changing Temperature Setpoint Until Next

Program Period

1. Press increase

▲ or decrease

▼ key until the desired temperature is displayed.

NOTE: If

or

appear under the temperature display, it means that both the heating and cooling setpoints are being adjusted. Tapping the key will change both the heat and cool setpoints by one degree. Press Heat/Cool

Settings after the desired setpoint is reached to review the settings.

Temporary Setting

Run

Program

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time Day

Temporary

Occupied

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Continous

Unoccupied

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Occupied

Heat

M4987B

2. Press Run Program to cancel the Hold and to return to the program.

Run

Program

Run

Program

Temporary

Occupied

Continous

Unoccupied

Occupied

Start Time

Set Program

Unoccupied

Start Time

Set Current

Day/Time

Clear

Start Time

Day

Copy

Set Temperature

Occupied Unoccupied

Temp Temp

Change

Time/Temp

Heat/Cool

Settings

System Fan

Mon

Occupied 1

System

Heat

AM

Room

Fan

Auto

M4954A

OPERATION

T7200/T7300 Relay Logic

The T7200/T7300 contains three switching relays. In conventional applications, the relays control first stage cooling, first stage heating, and fan. In heat pump applications, the relays control the heat pump compressor, auxiliary heat, and the fan. Because of this change in switching logic, it is important to use Q7300C,D Subbases when the T7300 is set for heat pump applications and the Q7300A,G Subbases when the T7300 is set for conventional applications.

The T7200D Relay Logic is for conventional applications. The

T7200E Relay Logic is for heat pump applications.

T7200/T7300 and Conventional Thermostats

P+I Control

The T7200/T7300 microprocessor based control requires that the user understands temperature control and thermostat performance. A conventional electromechanical 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 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

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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.

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 electromechanical thermostats. See Fig. 17.

THERMOSTAT

COOL SETPOINT

PROPORTIONAL COOL

CONTROL POINT

P+I CONTROL

POINT

P+I CONTROL POINT

PROPORTIONAL HEAT

CONTROL POINT

THERMOSTAT

HEAT SETPOINT

HEATING COOLING

100 50 0

PERCENT LOAD

50

Fig 17. Proportional temperature control versus P+I temperature control.

100

M4414 the installer setup number 32. Using the minimum on and off times assures that rapid cycling of equipment does not occur, which extends equipment life. Minimum on and off times are set in the Installer Setup.

T7200/T7300 Thermostat Operation

Startup

When power to the thermostat is turned on, a startup and initialization program begins. The startup occurs only on initial powerup. After total loss of power for an extended period, the current time and day may need to be set, but the user program is held. The initial default values are heating 68

°

F

(20

°

C) and cooling 78

°

F (26

°

C) for the Occupied periods.

Unoccupied default values are heating 55

°

F (13

°

C) and cooling 90

°

F (32

°

C).

NOTE: The thermostat controls to the Unoccupied default setpoints of 55

°

F (13

°

C) for heat and 90

°

F (32

°

C) for cool when no program is set.

Occupied Operation

When the thermostat is operating in the Occupied period, the temperature is controlled to the occupied heat or cool setpoint. The normally open (A1 ) auxiliary relay contacts are closed and the normally closed (A3) auxiliary relay contacts are opened during the Occupied periods (if the subbase being used has this option). The fan operates as follows: fan selection can be set to On (always energized) or Auto (cycles with Y1 or W1).

Unoccupied Operation

When the thermostat is operating in the Unoccupied period, the temperature is controlled to the Unoccupied heat or cool setpoint. The normally open (A1) relay contact is open and the normally closed (A3) relay contact is closed. The fan operates as follows: fan is always intermittent (cycles with Y1 or W1).

Equipment Protection

As part of the operational sequence, the T7200/T7300 microprocessor also incorporates minimum on and off times for all heating and cooling stages. Minimum on time is set in

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Intelligent Recovery® Feature

Intelligent Recovery® feature is a Honeywell trademark for the way the thermostat controls the heating and cooling equipment during recovery from Unoccupied to Occupied setting. During recovery, the control point changes gradually rather than jumping from the energy saving setting to the comfort setting all at once.

When the Intelligent Recovery® feature is used in heating, the control point raises gradually, maximizing the use of the more economical first stage heat to bring the sensed temperature to the desired comfort setpoint. This minimizes using the typically more expensive second-stage heat.

The advantages are:

• Comfort setting is achieved at the programmed time and maintained regardless of weather conditions; occupants are comfortable.

• Drafts from low temperature discharge air are minimized during occupied periods.

• Thermostat automatically uses the more economical first stage of heat as the primary heat source during recovery, avoiding the use of the expensive second stage heating.

• Comfort and energy savings can be achieved in both heating and cooling.

• The thermostat reduces heat cycling, extending equipment life.

Recovery from Unoccupied

The heating heat pump recovery ramp is 3

°

F per hour, which differs from the 5

°

F per hour for conventional systems. The

3

°

F helps the system use the economical heat pump more and the expensive auxiliary heat less. The cooling ramp is

5

°

F, the same as for conventional systems.

Conventional System

The T7200 and T7300D,F Thermostats with Q7300A,G

Subbases are designed for conventional heat/cool applications.

Heat Pump Operation

The T7200E and T7300E,F Thermostats with Q7300C,D

Subbases are used for heat pump applications. Additional information is required when configured for heat pump applications.

O and B Terminals for Heating or Cooling Changeover

The Q7300C controls heat pump changeover. The Q7300D is only used in a heat pump application when the heat pump controls the reversing valve changeover. See Table 13 for the operation of the O and B terminals on the Q7300C.

O and B Terminals on a Conventional Subbase

Conventional subbase O and B terminals can be used to drive dampers and valves. The O terminal is energized on a call for cooling and the B terminal is energized on a call for heating.

Table 13. Operation of Q7300 O and B terminals.

System Selection

Heat

O Terminal

Open

B Terminal

Closed

Cool

Auto (Heat) a

Auto (Cool) b

Closed

Open

Open

Closed

Closed Open

Emergency Heat Open Closed

Off c c a

When the system is calling for heat or is de-energized, but b the last function was heat.

When the system is calling for cool or is de-energized, but c the last function was cool.

When the last function was heating, the operation is the same as Auto (Heat). If the last function was cooling, the operation is the same as Auto (Cool).

Fan Operation

When the fan is set to On, the fan is energized continuously in the Occupied period. The Auto setting energizes the fan with the heating or cooling system. If the subbase is Q7300D, the fan cycles with Y1 and W1 during Unoccupied period.

Emergency Heat

When the system is set for Em Heat (on select T7300

Thermostats), the auxiliary heat is stage one and the compressor stages are locked off. The fan cycles with the auxiliary heat.

GENERAL OPERATION INFORMATION

Cycle Rates

The thermostat control algorithm maintains the temperature by cycling stages of heating or cooling to meet setpoint.

Subbase Auxiliary Relay

The Q7300 Auxiliary Relay output acts as a time-of-day switch to be used with an economizer minimum position control. The normally open (A1) auxiliary relay contacts are closed during the Occupied period and open during the

Unoccupied period. The normally closed (A3) auxiliary relay contacts are open during the Occupied period and closed during the Unoccupied period. The contacts are in the normal state during recovery.

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Interfacing with

Electromechanical Economizers

(Subbases with Auxiliary Relay)

Mechanical cooling is often used when outside temperatures are in the 50

°

to 60

°

F range and humidity is below 50 percent. In central and northern climates, hundreds of hours fall into this temperature category. By permitting 80 to 100 percent outside air into the system, mechanical cooling may not be needed at all, particularly during Spring and Fall.

An economizer is used to take advantage of the outside air.

The typical economizer consists of an outside air damper, motor, outdoor air changeover control and a minimum position potentiometer. The motor controls the dampers.

Suitability of the outside air for cooling is determined by the outdoor air changeover control. The potentiometer is used for adjusting the minimum position of the economizer dampers, which provide a minimum amount of fresh air for ventilation.

The economizer reduces compressor run time, thereby saving energy and extending the compressor life. The drawback to using the economizer is that during the Unoccupied period, if there is no call for cooling or outdoor air is not suitable for free cooling, the economizer is controlled to minimum position. This position allows some percentage of outdoor air to enter the building, regardless of air suitability. The situation can cause the heating or cooling to run more often than if suitable outdoor air is permitted to enter the building.

The thermostat can take advantage of an economizer by connecting the auxiliary relay contacts (A1 and A2) of the subbase to control the economizer minimum position potentiometer. The contacts close during the Occupied period, allowing the economizer to operate normally. The contacts are open during the Unoccupied period, disabling the minimum position feature of the economizer. The open contacts cause the economizer to drive dampers fully closed instead of staying at minimum open position. This reduces the possibility of unsuitable outdoor air from entering the building, which lowers the internal load on the HVAC system and saves additional energy.

Other Uses for the Auxiliary Relay

Examples of other uses of the auxiliary relay are hot water heaters, lighting or baseboard heat. The additional loads are connected to the auxiliary relay contacts on the subbase. The contacts are rated for 1.6A at 30 Vac, but can be adapted to higher current applications with the use of an external relay and transformer. See Fig. 18.

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

Q7300 SUBBASE

AUXILIARY

RELAY

CONTACTS

A1

A2

A3

2

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Refer to Table 14 for troubleshooting information.

TO

LOAD

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD

PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2

RELAY REQUIRED (R8222 OR SIMILAR).

M4944

Fig. 18. Use of external relay and transformer for auxiliary loads greater than 1.6A.

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Display will not come on.

Symptom

Temperature display is incorrect.

Temperature settings will not change.

(Example: Cannot set heating higher or cooling lower.)

Table 14. Troubleshooting Information.

Possible Cause Action

Thermostat is not being powered.

• Check that X terminal is connected to the system transformer.

• Check for 24 Vac between X and R or RH terminals.

— If missing 24 Vac:

— check if the circuit breaker is tripped—reset the circuit breaker.

— check if the system fuse is blown—replace the fuse.

— check if the power switch on the HVAC equipment is in the Off position—set to the On position.

— check wiring between thermostat and HVAC equipment—replace any broken wires and tighten any loose connections.

— If 24 Vac is present, proceed with troubleshooting.

Enter Installer Setup number 37 and reconfigure the display.

Room temperature display has been reconfigured.

Thermostat is configured for

°

F or

°

C display.

Bad thermostat location.

Display shows two dashes and a degree sign.

Upper or lower temperature limits were reached.

The setpoint temperature range stops were configured.

Enter Installer Setup number 14 and reconfigure the display.

Relocate the thermostat.

Installer Setup 22 is set for remote sensing and the sensor is missing or the circuit is open or shorted.

Check the temperature setpoints:

• Heating limits are 40 to 90

°

F (7 to 31

°

C)

• Cooling limits are 45 to 99

°

F (9 to 37

°

C)

Check Installer Setup number 34 and 35 and reconfigure the setpoint stops.

Keypad is locked. When a locked key is pressed, LOC will flash on the LCD.

Installer Setup is locked out

• Reset DIP switch 1 on back of thermostat to enable keypad.

• Enter Installer Setup number 25 or 40 and reconfigure keypad lockout level.

Reset the DIP switch 1 on back of thermostat to enable keypad.

Unable to configure

Installer Setup

Temperature settings change from original setting.

Room temperature is out of control.

Heating will not come on.

Trying to set heating and cooling setpoints too close together. There is a deadband in automatic changeover thermostat models.

Example: cool setpoint=72, deadband=3, heat setpoint=68, changing heat setpoint to 70 will automatically change the cool setpoint to 73.

• Check that the heating setpoint is lower than the cooling setpoint.

• Check Installer Setup number 30 to identify the deadband between heating and cooling setpoints. Reconfigure if desired.

Remote temperature sensing is not working.

Checkout all remote sensors.

No power to the thermostat.

• Check that X terminal is connected to the system transformer.

• Check for 24 Vac between X and R or RH terminals.

— If missing 24 Vac:

— check if the circuit breaker is tripped—reset the circuit breaker.

— check if the system fuse is blown—replace the fuse.

— check if the system switch at the equipment is in the

Off position—set to On position.

— check wiring between thermostat and HVAC equipment—replace any broken wires and tighten any loose connections.

— If 24 Vac is present, proceed with troubleshooting.

(Continued)

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Symptom

Heating will not come on (Continued).

Cooling will not come on.

System on indicator (flame=heat, snowflake=cool) is displayed, but no warm or cool air is coming from the registers.

Table 14. Troubleshooting Information (Continued).

Possible Cause

Thermostat minimum off time is activated and wait indicator is displayed.

System selection is not set to

Heat.

No power to the thermostat.

• time (if required).

Set system selection to Heat.

Action

Wait up to five minutes for the system to respond.

Enter Installer Setup number 38. Reconfigure minimum off

• Check that X terminal is connected to the system transformer

• Check for 24 Vac between X and R or RC and Y terminals.

— If missing 24 Vac:

— check if the circuit breaker is tripped—reset the circuit breaker.

— check if the system fuse is blown—replace the fuse.

— check if the system switch at the equipment is in the

Off position—set to the On position.

— check wiring between thermostat and HVAC equipment—replace any broken wires and tighten any loose connections.

— If 24 Vac is present, proceed with troubleshooting.

Thermostat minimum off time is activated and wait indicator is displayed.

System selection is not set to

Cool.

Conventional heating equipment turns on the fan when the furnace has warmed up to a setpoint.

Heating or cooling equipment is not operating.

• Wait up to five minutes for the system to respond.

• Enter Installer Setup number 33. Reconfigure minimum off time (if required).

Set system selection to Cool.

Wait a minute after seeing the on indicator and then check the registers.

Verify operation of heating or cooling equipment in self-test.

CROSS REFERENCE

All T7300/Q7300 Series 2000 models are different from the existing T7300/Q7300 T8611 and T8621 devices as summarized in

Table 15.

Fig. 15. Differences from existing T7300/Q7300 to new T7300/Q7300 Series 2000 devices.

Feature/Function

System switching

Present T7300/Q7300, T8611, T8621 Families

Mechanical switch on Q7300 subbase

Fan switching Mechanical switch on Q7300 subbase

Installer configuration Field settings made via DIP switches on the back of the thermostat and subbase

Device color Beige or Premier White® color

T7300/Q7300 Series 2000 Family

Keyboard entry on T7300 thermostat

Keyboard entry on T7300 thermostat

Field settings made through the T7300 thermostat keyboard

Taupe or Premier White® color

Refer to Table 16 for thermostat and subbase cross referencing information.

Table 16. Thermostat and Subbase Cross Reference.

Model

Number

Q7300A

Description Trade Replacement

Multistage conventional subbase; system switch: none; fan switch: none.

Q7300A1000 One-stage heat and one-stage cool.

Q7300A1018 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool.

Q7300A1034 One-stage heat and one-stage cool; Trane part no. BAS-0444.

T7300F2002/Q7300A2008

T7300F2002/Q7300A2016

T7300F2002/Q7300A2008

Remarks

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Table 16. Thermostat and Subbase Cross Reference (Continued).

Model

Number Description

Q7300A1042 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Trane part no. BAS-0445.

Trade Replacement

T7300F2002/Q7300A2016

Remarks

Q7300A1059 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Micrometl part no. 901-3.

Q7300A1067 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Carrier part no. HH93AX005.

T7300F2002/Q7300A2016

T7300F2002/ Q7300A2016 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X, A1=A2,

A2=A1.

Q7300A1075 One-stage heat and one-stage cool; gray color.

T7300F2002/Q7300A2008

Q7300A1083 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; gray color.

T7300F2002/Q7300A2016

Q7300B Multistage conventional subbase; system switch: AUTO-COOL-OFF-HEAT; fan switch: AUTO-ON.

Q7300B1008 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016 Q7300B1016 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Lennox part no. 81G6001.

Q7300B1024 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; York part no. 025-27507.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X.

Q7300B1032 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Trane part no. BAS-0446.

Q7300B1040 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Carrier part no. HH93AX004.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X, A1=A2,

A2=A1.

Q7300B1057 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Snyder

General part no. 1520510.

Q7300B1065 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Snyder

General part no. 490249B-04.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

Q7300B1073 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; Honeywell

TRADELINE® model.

Q7300B1081 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; gray color.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

Q7300C Multistage heat pump subbase; system switch: AUTO-COOL-OFF-HEAT-EM HEAT; fan switch: AUTO-ON.

Q7300C1006 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C).

T7300F2010/ Q7300C2004 Wiring differences

(old=new): W1=W2, B=A3.

Q7300C1014 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C). T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=A3.

Q7300C1022 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

Lennox part no. 81G6901.

T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=A3.

Q7300C1030 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

York part no. 025-27508.

T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X, X=E.

Q7300C1048 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); Trane part no. BAS-0447.

T7300F2010/Q7300C2004 Wiring differences

(old=new): W1=W2, B=A3.

Q7300C1055 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

Trane part no. BAS-0048.

T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=A3.

Q7300C1063 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); Micrometl part no. 901-24.

T7300F2010/Q7300C2004 Wiring differences

(old=new): W1=W2, B=A3.

Q7300C1071 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C). T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=A3.

Q7300C1089 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

Honeywell TRADELINE® model.

T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X, X=E.

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Table 16. Thermostat and Subbase Cross Reference (Continued).

Model

Number Description Trade Replacement Remarks

Q7300C1097 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C).

T7300F2010/Q7300C2004 Wiring differences

(old=new): W1=W2, B=A3.

Q7300C1105 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C); T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences gray color.

(old=new): B=A3.

Q7300D Multistage heat pump subbase; does not include O or B terminals; system switch: AUTO-COOL-OFF-HEAT-EM HEAT; fan switch: AUTO-ON.

Q7300D1004 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

Carrier part no. HH93AX002.

T7300F2010/ Q7300D2002 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X, A1=A2,

A2=A1.

Q7300D1012 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); Carrier part no. HH93AX003.

T7300F2010/ Q7300D2002 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X, A1=A2,

A2=A1.

Q7300D1020 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

York part no. 025-27724-000.

T7300F2010/ Q7300D2002 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X, X=X1.

Q7300D1038 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C). T7300F2010/Q7300D2002

Q7300D1046 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

Lennox part no. 13H7601.

T7300F2010/Q7300D2002

Q7300D1053 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C).

Q7300D1061 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C);

Honeywell TRADELINE® model.

T7300F2010/Q7300D2010

T7300F2010/Q7300D2002 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X, X=X1.

Q7300D1079 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C); T7300F2010/Q7300D2002 gray color.

Q7300D1087 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); gray color.

T7300F2010/Q7300D2002

Q7300E Multistage conventional subbase; system switch: none; fan switch: AUTO-ON.

Q7300E1001 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

Q7300E1019 Two-stage heat and two-stage cool; gray color.

Q7300F

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

Multistage heat pump subbase; system switch: none; fan switch: none.

Q7300F1009 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C).

T7300F2002/Q7300C2004

Q7300F1017 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C). T7300F2002/Q7300C2012

Q7300F1025 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); gray color.

T7300F2002/Q7300C2004

Q7300F1033 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat (3H/2C); T7300F2002/Q7300C2012 gray color.

Q7300F1041 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); Carrier part no. HH93AX006.

Q7300G

T7300F2002/Q7300C2004 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

Conventional heat pump subbase; system switch: AUTO-COOL-OFF-HEAT; fan switch: none.

Q7300G1007 One-stage heat and three-stage cool.

T7300F2010/Q7300G2005

Q7300G1015 One-stage heat and three-stage cool; gray color.

T7300F2010/Q7300G2005

Q7300L Multistage conventional subbase used with ML984A and V5013; system switch: none; fan switch: AUTO-ON.

Q7300L1006 Two-stage heat and one-stage cool.

T7300F2010/Q7300L2004

Q7300L1014 Two-stage heat and one-stage cool; gray color.

T7300F2010/Q7300L2004

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Table 16. Thermostat and Subbase Cross Reference (Continued).

Model

Number

T7200A

Description Trade Replacement

One-stage heat and one-stage cool conventional thermostat.

T7200A1006 Honeywell logo.

T7200A1022 Honeywell logo with international faceplate.

T7200D2008

T7200D2008

T7200B One-stage heat and one-stage cool heat pump thermostat.

T7200B1004 Honeywell logo. T7200E2005

T7200B1012 Mammoth logo; part no. 71116701.

T7200B1020 Carrier logo; part no. HH07AX010A.

T7200E2005

T7200E2005

T7300A Multistage conventional and heat pump thermostat.

T7300A1005 Honeywell logo.

Remarks

T7300A1013

T7300A1021

T7300A1039

T7300A1047

T7300A1054

T7300A1062

York logo; part no. 025-27506.

Lennox logo; part no. 81G5901.

Trane logo; part no. THT-0608.

Micrometl logo; part no. 901-114.

Honeywell logo with international faceplate.

Carrier logo; part no. HH07AX005.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

T7300A1070

T7300A1088

T7300A1104

T7300A1120

Roca logo with international faceplate.

Honeywell logo with Spanish faceplate.

Honeywell logo; Premier White® color.

Luxaire logo; part no. 6ET04700224A.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

T7300B Multistage conventional and heat pump thermostat with 3-HOUR OVERRIDE key on cover.

T7300B1003 Honeywell logo.

See subbase description for replacement information.

T7300B1011 Climate Control logo; part no. 490249B-05.

T7300B1029 McQuay logo; part no. 490249B-06.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

T7300B1037

T7300B1045

Arcoaire logo; part no. 1506746.

Comfortmaker logo; part no. 1505746.

See subbase description for replacement information.

See subbase description for replacement information.

T7300B1052

T7300C

Honeywell logo; Premier White® color.

See subbase description for replacement information.

Multistage conventional and heat pump thermostat with limited access cover.

T7300C1001 Honeywell logo.

See subbase description for replacement information.

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Table 16. Thermostat and Subbase Cross Reference (Continued).

Model

Number Description

T7300C1019 Honeywell logo; Premier White® color.

Trade Replacement

T8611M Three-stage heat and two-stage cool heat pump thermostat;

System : EM HEAT-HEAT-OFF-AUTO-COOL; fan switch: ON-AUTO.

T8611M7008 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model.

T7300E2004/Q7300C2020 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X, X4 to X field-installed jumper required.

T8611M7040 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model; remote sensor capability.

Remarks

See subbase description for replacement information.

T8611M7057 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® Premier White® color model; remote sensor capability.

T7300E2020/Q7300C2020 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X, X4 to X field-installed jumper required; purchase new remote 2-wire sensors separately.

T7300E2020/Q7300C2020 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X, X4 to X field-installed jumper required; purchase new remote 2-wire sensors separately.

T8611M7065 Trol-A-Temp® by Honeywell logo; Premier

White® color.

None See Trol-A-Temp® representative for replacement.

T8611M7073 Trane logo; white styling; part no. TAYSTAT502.

T7300E2004/Q7300C2020 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X, F=X1,

X2=E, Y1=Y, X4 to X fieldinstalled jumper required.

T8621A One-stage heat and one-stage cool conventional thermostat; two transformer capability; system switch: HEAT-AUTO-COOL-OFF; fan switch: ON-AUTO.

T8621A7002 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621A7010 Honeywell logo; Canadian TRADELINE® model.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621A7028 Amana logo.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621A7036

T8621A7044

T8621A7051

T8621A7069

Trane logo; part no. THT-0605, order no.

13510323-15-7.

Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model; remote sensor capability.

McQuay logo; Premier White® color; part no. 067114201.

Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® Premier White® color model; remote sensor capability.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T7300D2049/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X; purchase new remote

2-wire sensors separately.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T7300D2049/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X; purchase new remote

2-wire sensors separately.

T8621B One-stage heat and two-stage cool conventional thermostat; one transformer capability;

System : HEAT-AUTO-COOL-OFF; fan switch: ON-AUTO

T8621B7000 Carrier logo; LOW and HIGH SPEED LEDs; used on multispeed equipment; part no. HH07AX011.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): L=X1; X4 to X and RC to RH field-installed jumper required.

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Table 16. Thermostat and Subbase Cross Reference (Continued).

Model

Number Description

T8621B7018 BDP multi-logo; LOW and HIGH SPEED LEDs; used on multispeed equipment; part no. HH07AX012.

Trade Replacement Remarks

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): L=X1; X4 to X and RC to RH field-installed jumper required.

T8621B7026 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model; Premier

White® color; direct replacement for T8621B7000 and T8621B7018.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): L=X1; X4 to X and RC to RH field-installed jumper required.

T8621C Two-stage heat and one-stage cool conventional thermostat; two transformer capability; system switch: HEAT-AUTO-COOL-OFF; fan switch: ON-AUTO.

T8621C7008 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model. T7300D2007/Q7300A2040 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621C7016 Honeywell logo; Canadian TRADELINE® model. T7300D2007/Q7300A2040 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621C7032

T8621D

Trane logo; system switch: HEAT-OFF-COOL; one transformer; dual fuel switch; part no. TAYSTAT302.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2040 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X; RC to RH field-installed jumper required.

Two-stage heat and two-stage cool conventional thermostat; two transformer capability; system switch: HEAT-AUTO-COOL-OFF; fan: ON-AUTO.

T8621D7006 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621D7014 Honeywell logo; Canadian TRADELINE® model.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621D7022 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model; system switch: HEAT-OFF-COOL; dual fuel switch; O and B terminals.

T8621D7030 Trane logo; part no. THT-0607; order no. 13510323-17-7.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2057 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T7300D2007/ Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621D7048 BDP multi-logo.

T8621D7055

T8621D7063

T8621D7071

Lennox logo; one transformer capability; part no. 27H2901.

Trol-A-Temp® by Honeywell logo; system switch:

HEAT-OFF-COOL; O and B terminals.

Trol-A-Temp® by Honeywell logo; no system or fan switching.

T8621D7089 Carrier logo; part no. HH641-103.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X. RC to RH field-installed jumper required.

None

None

Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X; see Trol-A-

Temp® repre-sentative for replacement.

See Trol-A-Temp® representative for replacement.

T8621D7097

T8621D7105

T8621D7113

Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model; remote sensor capability.

Friedrich logo; L terminal; extra switch for louver control; part no. 616-789-01.

Honeywell Logo; Canadian TRADELINE®

Premier White® color model.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X; purchase new remote

2-wire sensors separately.

None See OEM for replacement information.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

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Table 16. Thermostat and Subbase Cross Reference (Continued).

Model

Number Description

T8621D7139 McQuay logo; Premier White® color; part no. 067114301.

T8621D7147 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® Premier White® color model; remote sensor capability.

Trade Replacement Remarks

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.; purchase new remote

2-wire sensors separately.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621D7154 Carrier Weathermaker logo; part no.

HH07AX014.

T8621D7162 Carrier Zone Perfect logo; part no. HH07AX015.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621D7170 Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® Premier White® color model.

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T8621D7188 Carrier logo; Premier White® color; part no. HH07AT014W.

T8621E

T7300D2007/Q7300A2008 Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

Two-stage cool only model with louver control; system switch: COOL-OFF; fan switch: ON-AUTO.

T8621E7003

Y7200

Friedrich logo; L terminal; extra switch for louver control; part no. 616-789-00.

None

One-stage heat and one-stage cool heat pump thermostat.

See OEM for replacement information.

Y7200B1009 Contains six T7200B1020 Thermostats; Carrier part no. 50QE90016101.

Y7300

T7200E2005

Multistage T7300 thermostat and Q7300 subbase.

Y7300A1000 Contains one T7300A1047 Thermostat and one

Q7300A1059 Subbase; Micrometl part no.

1060A-100.

Y7300A1018 Contains one T7300A1062 Thermostat and one

Q7300F1041 Subbase; Carrier part no. 50QE90028101.

T7300F2002/Q7300C2004

Wiring differences

(old=new): C=X.

T7300F2002/Q7300A2016 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016 Y7300B1008 Contains one T7300A1013 Thermostat and one

Q7300B1024 Subbase; York part no. 025-27504;

York model no. 2ET04700224.

Y7300B1016 Contains one T7300B1045 Thermostat and one

Q7300B1057 Subbase; Comfortmaker part no. 1505748.

Y7300B1024 Contains one T7300B1037 Thermostat and one

Q7300B1057 Subbase; Arcoaire part no. 1506748.

Y7300C1006 Contains one T7300A1013 Thermostat and one

Q7300C1030 Subbase; York part no. 025-27505;

York model no. 2ET04700324.

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

T7300F2010/Q7300A2016

T7300F2010/Q7300C2012 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X, X=E.

Y7300C1014 Contains one T7300A1047 Thermostat and one

Q7300C1063 Subbase; Micrometl part no.

1060A-200.

Y7300D1004 Contains one T7300A1013 Thermostat and one

Q7300D1020 Subbase; York part no.

025-27724-000; York model no. 2ET04700424A.

T7300F2010/Q7300C2004 Wiring differences

(old=new): W1=W2, B=A3.

T7300F2010/Q7300D2002 Wiring differences

(old=new): B=X, X=L1.

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Model Number

Q7300A

Q7300A2008

Q7300A2016

Q7300A2040

Q7300A2057

Q7300C

Q7300C2004

Q7300C2012

Q7300C2053

Q7300D

Q7300D2002

Q7300D2010

Q7300G

Q7300G2005

Q7300L

Q7300L2004

T7200D

T7200D2008

T7200E

T7200E2005

T7300/Q7300 Series 2000 Cross Reference.

Figure

Number Description

Trade

Replacement

Multistage conventional subbase used with T7300D or F Thermostat.

21 Q7300A2008

24

One-stage heat and one-stage cool;

TRADELINE® model; remote sensor capability; taupe color.

Two-stage heat and two-stage cool;

TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; taupe color.

Q7300A2016

22

23

Two-stage heat and one-stage cool;

TRADELINE® model; taupe color.

Two-stage heat and two-stage cool;

TRADELINE® model; O and B terminals; taupe color.

Q7300A2040

Q7300A2057

Multistage heat pump subbase used with T7300E or F Thermostat.

25 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; taupe color

Q7300C2004

26 Q7300C2012

27

Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(3H/2C); TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; taupe color.

Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(3H/2C); TRADELINE® model; CHECK and

FAIL LEDs; taupe color.

Q7300C2020

Multistage heat pump subbase used with T7300E or F Thermostat.

28 Two-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(3H/2C); TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; taupe color.

Q7300D2002

29 Single-stage heat pump with auxiliary heat

(2H/1C); TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; taupe color.

Q7300D2010

Multistage conventional subbase used with T7300D or F Thermostat.

Remarks

Direct replacement for

T8621A Thermostats.

Direct replacement for

T8621C Thermostats.

Direct replacement for

T8621D7022 Thermostat.

Direct replacement for

T8611M Thermostats.

30 Three-stage heat and three-stage cool

(3H/3C); TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; taupe color.

Q7300G2005

Multistage subbase used with ML7984A, V5011, V5013 and T7300D or F Thermostat.

31, 32 Two-stage heat and one-stage cool (2H/1C);

TRADELINE® model; multispeed fan; contacts for damper control relay and pump interlock relay; HEAT and COOL LEDs; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; taupe color.

Q7300L2004

One-stage heat and one-stage cool conventional thermostat.

Direct replacement for

Q7300L1006 and

Q7300L1014 Subbases.

19 Honeywell logo; no system or fan settings.

T7200D2008 Direct replacement for

T7200A Thermostats.

One-stage heat and one-stage cool heat pump thermostat.

20 Honeywell logo; no system or fan settings.

T7200E2005 Direct replacement for

T7200B Thermostats.

(Continued)

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Model Number

T7300D

T7300D2007

T7300E

T7300E2020

T7300F

T7300F2002

T7300F2010

T7300/Q7300 Series 2000 Cross Reference (Continued).

Figure

Number Description

Trade

Replacement

Multistage conventional thermostat used with Q7300A,G, or L Subbase.

Refer to subbase

Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model; remote sensor capability; system settings:

Heat-Off-Cool-Auto; taupe color.

T7300D2007

Remarks

Direct replacement for

T8621 Thermostats.

Multistage heat pump thermostat used with Q7300C or D Subbase.

Refer to subbase

Honeywell logo; TRADELINE® model; remote sensor capability; system settings:

Em Heat-Heat-Off-Cool-Auto; taupe color.

T7300E2020 Direct replacement for

T8611M Thermostats.

Multistage thermostat for heat pump (Q7300C or D Subbase) and conventional

(Q7300A,G or L Subbase) applications.

Refer to subbase

Honeywell logo; SUPER TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; no system or fan settings; taupe color.

T7300F2002

Refer to subbase

Honeywell logo; SUPER TRADELINE® model; remote sensor and discharge air sensor capability; system settings: configurable; fan settings: Auto-On; taupe color.

T7300F2010

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WIRING DIAGRAMS (FIG. 19-32)

THERMOSTAT

C Y1 G W1 R

C Y

THERMOSTAT

G O R

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR

FAN

RELAY

COOL

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR

HEATING

RELAY OR

VALVE COIL

FAN

RELAY

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND

OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

M4942

Fig. 19. T7200D with wallplate.

RC

2

Y1 G

SUBBASE

C5

X W1 RH X4 X3 X1

4

C4 C3 C2 C1 T T

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR

EQUIPMENT

1

FAN

RELAY

HEAT

RELAY

MONITOR 2

EQUIPMENT

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1

T T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

MONITOR 1

1

3

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

COOLING

TRANSFORMER

HEATING

TRANSFORMER

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2

JUMPER RC TERMINAL TO RH TERMINAL WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH ONE TRANSFORMER.

3

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

4

INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X TO POWER LEDS FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

M4939B

Fig. 21. Typical hookup of T7300D,F/Q7300A2008 in one-stage heat and one-stage cool conventional system with two transformers.

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND

OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

M4943

Fig. 20. T7200E with one-stage heat pump system.

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RC

2

Y1

SUBBASE

G X W2 W1 RH

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR

HEAT

RELAY 2

FAN

RELAY

HEAT

RELAY 1

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

COOLING

TRANSFORMER

1

2

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND

OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

JUMPER RC TERMINAL TO RH TERMINAL WHEN INSTALLED

ON A SYSTEM WITH ONE TRANSFORMER.

M10230

L1

(HOT)

L2

HEATING

TRANSFORMER

Fig. 22. Typical hookup of T7300D,F/Q7300A2040 in two-stage heat and one-stage cool conventional system with two transformers.

RC

2

Y1 G Y2

SUBBASE

O X B W2 W1 RH

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 1

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 2

HEAT

RELAY 2

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

FAN

RELAY

COOL

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

HEAT

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

HEAT

RELAY 1

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

COOLING

TRANSFORMER

1

HEATING

TRANSFORMER

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2 JUMPER RC TERMINAL TO RH TERMINAL WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH ONE TRANSFORMER.

M10309

Fig. 23. Typical hookup of T7300D,F/Q7300A2057 in two-stage heat and two-stage cool conventional system with two transformers.

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AS

7

AS

2

RC G Y1 Y2

SUBBASE

X

5

W2 W1 RH X4 X3 X1 A1

3

A2 A3 C5 C4

C3

C2 C1 T T

DISCHARGE

AIR

SENSOR

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 1

FAN

RELAY

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 2

HEAT

RELAY 2

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 2

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 1

ECONOMIZER

6 CA5 CA4

CA3

CA2 CA1

T T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

HEAT

RELAY 1

1

HEATING

TRANSFORMER

L1

(HOT)

L2

4

COOLING

TRANSFORMER

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD

PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2

JUMPER RC TERMINAL TO RH TERMINAL WHEN INSTALLED ON A

SYSTEM WITH ONE TRANSFORMER.

3

USE A1 AND A2 WHEN THE CONTACTS SHOULD BE NORMALLY

CLOSED IN OCCUPIED MODE. USE A2 AND A3 WHEN THE

CONTACTS SHOULD BE NORMALLY OPEN IN OCCUPIED MODE.

4

5

6

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X TO POWER LEDS

FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS.

7

DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH T7300F

THERMOSTAT.

M4945B

Fig. 24. Typical hookup of T7300D,F/Q7300A2016 in two-stage heat and two-stage cool conventional system with two transformers.

AS

6

AS

5

X Y1 O E G

SUBBASE

W2

B R

X4 X3 X1

3

A1 A2 C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 T T

DISCHARGE

AIR

SENSOR

FAN

RELAY

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 2

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1

T T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 1

EM. HT.

RELAY

HEAT

RELAY 2

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 1

COOL

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

HEAT

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

ECONOMIZER

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2

USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS.

3

USE A1 AND A2 WHEN THE CONTACT SHOULD BE NORMALLY CLOSED IN OCCUPIED MODE.

4 CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X TO POWER LEDS FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

5

6 DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH T7300F THERMOSTAT.

2

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

TRANSFORMER

M4946B

4

Fig. 25. Typical hookup of T7300E,F/Q7300C2004 in two-stage heat and one-stage cool heat pump system.

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AS

6

AS

5

X Y2 Y1 O E G

SUBBASE

W1 B R X4 X3 X1

3

A1 A2

C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 T T

DISCHARGE

AIR

SENSOR

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 2

AUX.

HEAT

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 2

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 1

FAN

RELAY

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 1

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1

T T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

EM. HT.

RELAY

COOL

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

HEAT

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

ECONOMIZER

2 4

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

TRANSFORMER

1

2

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.

3

USE A1 AND A2 WHEN THE CONTACTS ARE NORMALLY CLOSE IN OCCUPIED MODE.

4

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

5

INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X POWER LEDS FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

M4947B

6

DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH T7300F THERMOSTAT.

Fig. 26. Typical hookup of T7300E,F/Q7300C2012 in three-stage heat and two-stage cool heat pump system.

X

4

L

2

Y O

SUBBASE

Y2

6

E

3

G W3 W2 B X4 R X1 X2 C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 T T

EM.

MODE

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 1

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 2

COOL

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

EM. HT.

RELAY

FAN

RELAY

HEAT

RELAY 3

HEAT

RELAY 2

HEAT

CHANGEOVER

VALVE

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 2

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 1

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

TRANSFORMER

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1

T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT

ADJUST MODULE

T

GND

5

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD

PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2

EM. MODE IS ON CONTINUOUSLY IN EMERGENCY HEAT MODE.

24 VAC ARE PRESENT DURING EMERGENCY HEAT MODE.

3 EM. HT. RELAY CYCLES IN EMERGENCY HEAT MODE.

4

5

6

INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X POWER LEDS

FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

JUMPER W2 TO Y2 FOR SECOND COMPRESSOR. W3 IS AUXILIARY HEAT.

M4940B

Fig. 27. Typical hookup of T7300E,F/Q7300C2053 in three-stage heat and two-stage cool heat pump system.

This thermostat and subbase can replace the T8611M.

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AS

6

AS

4

X Y1

SUBBASE

G Y2 E W3 W2 W1 R

X4 X3 X1 A1

2

A2 A3 C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 T T

DISCHARGE

AIR

SENSOR

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 1

EM. HT.

RELAY

HEAT

RELAY 2

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 2

ECONOMIZER

5

FAN

RELAY

HEAT

RELAY 3

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 1

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1

T T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 2

HEAT

RELAY 1

1

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

TRANSFORMER

2

USE A1 AND A2 WHEN THE CONTACTS SHOULD BE NORMALLY CLOSED IN OCCUPIED MODE. USE A2 AND A3 WHEN THE

CONTACTS SHOULD BE NORMALLY OPEN IN OCCUPIED MODE.

3

L1

(HOT)

L2

3 CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

4 INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X TO POWER LEDS FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

5 USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS.

6

DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH T7300F THERMOSTAT.

M4948B

Fig. 28. Typical hookup of T7300E,F/Q7300D2002 in three-stage heat and two-stage cool heat pump system.

AS

6

AS

4

X Y1 G E W3 W1

SUBBASE

R X4 X3 X1 A1

2

A2 A3 C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 T T

DISCHARGE

AIR

SENSOR

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR

FAN

RELAY

EM. HT.

RELAY

HEAT

RELAY 2

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 2

ECONOMIZER

5

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 1

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1

T T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

HEAT

RELAY 1

1

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

TRANSFORMER

2

USE A1 AND A2 WHEN THE CONTACTS SHOULD BE NORMALLY CLOSED IN OCCUPIED MODE. USE A2 AND A3 WHEN THE

CONTACTS SHOULD BE NORMALLY OPEN IN OCCUPIED MODE.

3

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

4

INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X TO POWER LEDS FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

5

USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS.

6 DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH T7300F THERMOSTAT.

3

L1

(HOT)

L2

M10310A

Fig. 29. Typical hookup of T7300E,F/Q7300D2010 in two-stage heat and one-stage cool heat pump system.

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SUBBASE

Y3 X

5

W3 W2 W1 RH X4 X3 X1 A1

3

A2 A3

C5 C4 C3 C2 C1 T

AS

7

AS RC

2

Y1 G Y2

T

DISCHARGE

AIR

SENSOR

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 1

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 2

HEAT

RELAY 2

EQUIPMENT

MONITOR 2

ECONOMIZER

6

FAN

RELAY

COMPRESSOR

CONTACTOR 3

EQUIPMENT

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1

T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

T

GND

HEAT

RELAY 3

MONITOR 1

1

4

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

HEAT

RELAY 1

L1

(HOT)

L2

COOLING

TRANSFORMER

HEATING

TRANSFORMER

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD

PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

4

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

2

JUMPER RC TERMINAL TO RH TERMINAL WHEN INSTALLED ON A

SYSTEM WITH ONE TRANSFORMER.

5 INSTALL FIELD JUMPER BETWEEN X4 AND X TO POWER LEDS

FROM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER.

6

USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS.

3

USE A1 AND A2 WHEN THE CONTACTS SHOULD BE NORMALLY CLOSED

IN OCCUPIED MODE. USE A2 AND A3 WHEN CONTACTS

SHOULD BE NORMALLY OPEN IN OCCUPIED MODE.

7

DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH T7300F

THERMOSTAT.

M4949B

Fig. 30. Typical hookup of T7300D,F/Q7300G2005 in three-stage heat and three-stage cool conventional system.

SUBBASE

AS

7

AS

R A1 P1 RM BM A2 P2 Y X GH

8

GL

2

FC

C5 C4 C3

C2 C1 T T

DISCHARGE

AIR

SENSOR

3

ML7984

VALVE

9

ACTUATOR

T5 R1

DAMPER

CONTROL

RELAY

COOLING

RELAY

HIGH

SPEED

FAN

RELAY

T6

B3

W

5

PUMP

INTERLOCK

RELAY

LOW

SPEED

FAN

RELAY

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1 T

4

T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

6

1

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

TRANSFORMER

FAN

TRANSFORMER

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

2

3

4

5

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD

PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

6

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

INDEPENDENT FAN TRANSFORMER IS OPTIONAL. JUMPER FC TO R

WHEN SINGLE TRANSFORMER IS USED.

7

DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH T7300F

THERMOSTAT.

8

JUMPER GH AND GL FOR SINGLE SPEED FAN.

REFER TO ML7984 INSTRUCTIONS FOR TERMINAL CONNECTIONS.

T7047 HAS T-T TERMINALS ONLY.

180 2W RESISTOR MUST BE INSTALLED AS SHOWN.

9

SET THE DIP SWITCHES ON THE ML7984 TO MECHANICAL

SERIES 90 TO USE WITH Q7300L

M4950B

Fig. 31. T7300D,F/Q7300L2004 for two-stage heating with three-position ML7984 Valve Actuator and

V5013B Valve and one-stage cooling.

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R A1 P1 FC GH

4

GL P2 A2 Y

SUBBASE

BM RM X

C5 C4 C3

C2 C1 T T

HIGH-SPEED

FAN RELAY

LOW

SPEED

FAN

RELAY

PUMP

INTERLOCK

RELAY

COOLING

RELAY

DAMPER

CONTROL

RELAY

CA5 CA4 CA3

CA2 CA1 T

2

T

T7147 REMOTE COMFORT ADJUST MODULE

GND

L1

(HOT)

L2

1

3

1

2

3

4

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

REFER TO T7147 INSTRUCTIONS FOR TERMINAL CONNECTIONS. T7047 HAS T-T TERMINALS ONLY.

CONNECT GND TO EARTH GROUND.

JUMPER GH AND GL FOR SINGLE SPEED FAN.

M4941C

Fig. 32. T7300D,F/Q7300L2004 for single-stage conventional heating systems with single-stage cooling.

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