PIR Application Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats

PIR Application Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats
PIR Application Guide for TB7200
and TB7300 Series Thermostats
APPLICATION GUIDE
Typical applications include:
• Stand-alone lodging FCU applications
• Networked lodging FCU applications fully integrated to a
reservation system
• Networked or stand-alone conference rooms
• Networked or stand-alone classrooms units
• Any commercial offices that have random occupancy
schedules during occupied hours as dictated by the
function of the tenant
• Any controlled piece of HVAC equipment that may yield
energy savings with the introduction of a new automatic
stand-by level of occupancy.
TB7300 Series
Thermostat with
Occupancy Sensor
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
This application guide provides application information and for
Honeywell TB7200 and TB7300 Series communicating
thermostats. When equipped with an occupancy sensor cover
or a remote PIR sensor (wired to one of the remote inputs),
these thermostats provide advanced active occupancy logic,
which automatically switches occupancy levels from Occupied
to Stand-by to Unoccupied as required by local activity being
present or not. TB7200 and TB7300 Series thermostats can
be ordered with an occupancy sensor cover or have one
added at a later time. All thermostats are PIR ready. The
occupancy sensor covers have an embedded, passive-infrared motion detector designed to work with TB7200 and
TB7300 thermostats. This advanced occupancy functionality
provides advantageous energy savings during occupied hours
without sacrificing occupant comfort.
APPLICATIONS
The range of applications covered with the PIR occupancy
logic can be segmented into two important categories in terms
of functionality. Both use different settings and have different
behaviors:
• Hotel and lodging applications
• Standard commercial applications
MORE INFORMATION
The additional following documentation is available at Honeywell Buildings Forum (http://buildingsforum.honeywell.com).
• TB7200 Installation Instructions (form number 62-2019)
• TB7300 Installation Instructions (form number 62-2018)
• Occupancy Sensor Cover for TB7200/TB7300/TB7600
Series Thermostats (62-2021)
• BACnet Integration Manual for TB7200 & TB7300 (form
number 63-4524) for detailed integration information.
• Wireless Reference Manual for TB7200 and TB7600
Series (form number 63-4522).
Contents
Product Overview ............................................................. 1
Applications ...................................................................... 1
More Information .............................................................. 1
Occupancy Sensor Cover Models .................................... 2
Occupancy Sensing Configuration Parameters ................ 2
Important Things to Know ................................................ 3
Typical Commercial Applications ...................................... 7
Typical Lodging Applications ............................................ 20
Installation ........................................................................ 33
Specifications ................................................................... 35
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OCCUPANCY SENSOR COVER MODELS
PIR Cover OS Number
Description
Compatible with the Following
Thermostats
TB-PIR-FCU-C
PIR cover with Commercial FCU interface
TB73x0X5014(X)
TB-PIR-FCU-L
PIR cover with Hotel/Lodging interface
TB73x5X5014(X)
TB-PIR-ZN
PIR cover for zoning thermostats
All TB7200 Series
OCCUPANCY SENSING CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS
The following configuration parameters are specifically provided as standard on all TB7200 and TB7300 Series thermostats. They
are associated with the advanced occupancy functionality introduced with the addition of a PIR cover or a remote PIR sensor.
These parameters will allow the installer to set the thermostat occupancy functions exactly as required by the application.
Their functionality only becomes active if a PIR occupancy sensor cover is connected or one of the binary/digital input is
configured to use a remote PIR sensing device.
Configuration Parameter
BI or DI input door setting
Default: None for no function used
Description of Configuration parameter
It is possible to configure some of the digital or binary inputs to effectively use the
advanced functions allowed by the installation of a door switch contact. This function is
mostly used with fan coil units in lodging applications
When a door contact is used and configured, the Stand-By timer is no longer active.
The occupancy toggle between occupied and stand-by is now dictated by both the door
contact and the PIR cover.
• Movement detected by the PIR cover = Always occupied
• Door opens / closes detected by the door switch = Stand-by mode
This parameter sets the stand-by heating setpoint value.
Stand-by Heating Setpoint:
Default: 69 °F (20.5 °C)
The set value of this parameter should reside between the occupied and unoccupied
heating setpoints and make sure that the difference between the stand-by and occupied
value can be recovered in a timely fashion when movement is detected in the zone.
Adjustable from 40 to 90 °F ( 4.5 to 32 °C ) in 0.5 degree increments.
This parameter sets the stand-by cooling setpoint value.
Stand-by Cooling Setpoint:
Default: 78 °F (25.5 °C)
The set value of this parameter should reside between the occupied and unoccupied
cooling setpoints and make sure that the difference between the stand-by and occupied
value can be recovered in a timely fashion when movement is detected in the zone.
Adjustable from 54 to 100 °F ( 12.2 to 37.8 °C ) in 0.5 degree increments.
Stand-by Time:
Default 0.5 hours
Unoccupied Time:
Default 0.0 hours
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This parameter sets the time delay between the moment where the PIR cover detected
the last movement in the area and the time which the thermostat stand-by mode and
setpoints become active.
Adjustable from 0.5 to 24 hours in .5hr increments
If no movement is detected in the area and the current mode is stand-by, this parameter
will then set the time delay between the moment where the thermostat toggles to standby mode and the time which the thermostat unoccupied mode and setpoints become
active.
The factory value or 0.0 hours: Setting this parameter to its default value of 0.0 hours
disables the unoccupied timer. This prevents the thermostat from drifting from stand-by
mode to unoccupied mode when PIR functions are used
Adjustable from 0.0 to 24 hours in .5hr increments
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IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW
When reviewing the following document and planning an application using a Honeywell thermostat with PIR functionality, please
remember the important following notes:
• Configuration of PIR Functions: All PIR application related configuration parameters are displayed in the configuration menu or
available as objects in the network object list. However, the advanced occupancy functionality of a PIR attached to a
thermostat is only enabled if either:
— A Honeywell occupancy sensor cover is installed on the thermostat
— A remote input is configured as a remote PIR sensor ( Motion NO or Motion NC )
• PIR Cover Warm-Up Period: When occupancy sensor accessory cover is used and a thermostat is powered up; there will be a
1 minute warm up period before any local movements can being detected and acknowledged by the PIR sensing device. The
local status LEDs for the occupancy sensor cover will also not be active during that one minute period.
Only when that 1 minute period has elapsed after initial power up of the thermostat will the PIR functionality and local
movement status LEDs be activated.
• Setpoints: The implemented stand-by setpoints are under the same limitations and restrictions as the occupied and
unoccupied ones. This means that:
— They use exactly the same range:
• Heating setpoints: 40 to 90 °F ( 4.5 to 32.0 °C )
• Cooling setpoints: 54 to 100 °F ( 12.0 to 37.5 °C )
—
They are always limited by the applied minimum deadband configuration
They will be limited by the Heat Maximum and Cool Minimum configuration parameters
All individual cooling setpoints and all individual heating setpoints can be set independently. However, A typical arrangement will always have the set value of the stand-by parameters residing between the corresponding occupied and
unoccupied setpoint values.
The installer must make sure that the difference between the stand-by and occupied value can be recovered in a timely
fashion when movement is detected in the zone and large enough to warrant maximum energy savings.
Deadband
Unocc Heat
= 65F
St-By Heat
= 69F
Occ Heat
= 72F
Occ Cool
= 75F
St-By Cool
= 78F
Unocc Cool
= 82F
Room Temperature
• Application Range: The range of applications covered with the PIR occupancy logic can be segmented in 2 categories in
terms of functionality. Both use different settings and have different behaviors:
— Hotel and lodging applications
— Standard commercial applications
Hotel and Lodging Applications can benefit the addition of an entry door switch wired to one of the appropriately configured remote input of a thermostat.
When a door contact is used and configured, the Stand-By timer and its configuration are no longer active or used. The
occupancy front toggle between occupied and stand-by is now simply dictated by both the door contact and the PIR
sensing device used.
If movements are detected by the PIR cover, the room will always be occupied. The switch back to stand-by mode will
only happen if the door switch toggles open / close. Please review attached lodging application examples in the document for more information
Standard Commercial Applications would not typically use a remote door switch contact attached to the thermostat.
PIR occupancy functionality is simply dictated by both the Stand-By Timer and Unoccupied Timer configuration value
and movements being present or not in the area. Please review attached typical commercial application examples in the
document for more information
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• Unoccupied Timer Disable: In certain application cases, it may be desired to never let the local area enter the unoccupied
mode and always stay at the stand-by occupancy level when no activity is present.
This allows for advanced flexibility when used in conjunction with a network or in cases when areas always need to be on
stand-by status ready to respond to demand at any point in time.
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Fig. 1. Unoccupied timer set 6 Hours and stand-by timer set to 2 hours
When the local PIR occupancy routine is running at the thermostat, the zone will drift into unoccupied mode when the
unoccupied timer is set above its factory default value of 0.0 hours
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Time
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Fig. 2. Unoccupied timer set 0 Hours and stand-by timer set to 2 hours
When the local PIR occupancy routine is running at the thermostat, the zone will never drift into unoccupied mode when
the unoccupied timer is set to its factory default value of 0.0 hours
• Network Priority and Local Occupancy Routine: The internal PIR occupancy logic implementation in conjunction with
network commands has been conceived to give the most flexibility while allowing for simple implementation and use.
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Network Occupancy Commands: All TB7200 and TB7300 series thermostat have 3 occupancy command levels. This
is valid for all BACnet-MS-TP and wireless thermostats.
Table 1. Three levels occupancy state level commands.
State Occupancy
Command Levels
Function
Local occupancy
• Releases the thermostat to its own occupancy schemes
• This may be a PIR sensing device, a local schedule or an occupancy routine done by one of the
digital input
• This state command level is used to effectively release the thermostat to use the PIR functions
Occupied
• Leaves the thermostat in occupied mode and cancels any local occupancy functions, including the
PIR occupancy routine
• This state command level is used to force the zone to be always occupied
Unoccupied
• Leaves the thermostat in unoccupied mode and cancels any local occupancy functions, including
the PIR occupancy routine
• This state command level is used to force the zone to be always unoccupied.
• The only local possible command is a local override if the thermostat is equipped with such an
option or if the local keypad lockout allows so
Stand-by is never a commandable level. It only exists as a feedback status level.
Network Occupancy Feedback Status: All TB7200 and TB7300 series thermostats have 4 occupancy feedback
levels. This is valid for BACnet-MS-TP models.
State Occupancy
Command Levels
Function
Override / By-Pass
Indicates that the zone is currently local occupied override mode from the unoccupied state
This function will operate like a normal local override and its time value is as dictated by the ToccTime
configuration parameter setting
Occupied
Indicates that the zone is currently occupied
This effective feedback state may be driven by a local occupancy routine like a PIR sensor or by an
occupied network command
Stand-By
Indicates that the zone is currently in stand-by mode
This effective feedback state can only be driven by a local PIR occupancy routine
Unoccupied
Indicates that the zone is currently unoccupied
This effective feedback state may be driven by a local occupancy routine like a PIR sensor or by an
unoccupied network command
1.
MV Objects Used for Occupancy Commands and Feedback
Object Name
Occupancy Command
Effective Occupancy
BACnet
Object ID*
BACnet/Wireless
Index
MV 13
MV 83
Text
1
Local Occupancy ( PIR or Internal Schedule )
2
Occupied
3
Unoccupied
1
Occupied
2
Unoccupied
3
Temporary Occupied
4
Stand-By
* MV Object IDs only apply to BACnet thermostats.
Initial State, PIR Occupancy Routine: The initial effective occupancy state on power-up with either a PIR cover
is present or one of the inputs is configured for a remote PIR sensor is always:
• In stand-alone applications at power-up: Local occupancy mode = Stand-by
• From a previous network unoccupied command: Local occupancy mode = Stand-by
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• From a previous network occupied command: Local occupancy mode = Occupied.
When the network effectively releases a thermostat to its local PIR routine from a previous occupied or unoccupied network state,
the resulting occupancy state is always Stand-By mode.
Initial Power-Up, Stand-Alone or Networked
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by the PIR Cover
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
After Receiving the Local Occupancy / PIR Network Command From a Previous Unoccupied State
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Current Network
Command = Unoccupied
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Initial State at
Local Occupancy
Network Command
= Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by the PIR Cover
After Receiving the Local Occupancy / PIR Network Command From a Previous Occupied State
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 4 Hours
Unoccupîed
Current Network
Command = Occupied
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Initial State at
Local Occupancy
Network Command
= Occupied
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Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
First Movement Detected
by the PIR Cover
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Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
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TYPICAL COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
This section provides some typical networked and stand-alone commercial applications using the TB7300 Series. Each
application includes configuration information and describes system behavior using the occupancy sensing options.
Application
Number
PIR Levels of
Occupancy
PIR Cover
Used
Remote PIR
Used
Network interface
1
3
Yes
No
Yes, BACnet
2
2
Yes
No
Yes, BACnet
3
3
No
Yes
Yes, BACnet
4
2
No
Yes
Yes, BACnet
5
3
Yes
Yes
Yes, BACnet
6
2
Yes
Yes
Yes, BACnet
7
3
Yes
No
None, stand-alone
8
2
Yes
No
None, stand-alone
9
3
No
Yes
None, stand-alone
10
2
No
Yes
None, stand-alone
11
3
Yes
Yes
None, stand-alone
12
2
Yes
Yes
None, stand-alone
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1.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with an occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014 (commercial models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
BACnet
BACnet ornetwork
Echelon Network
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR device does not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR device does not then detect any movement, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion while in the local occupancy state network command, the occupancy
status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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2.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014 (commercial models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
BACnet
BACnet ornetwork
Echelon Network
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR device does not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when then the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR device does not then detect any movement, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion while in the local occupancy state network command, the occupancy
status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
While in the local occupancy state network command, the local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied
setpoints are never used
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3.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
BACnet
network
BACnet or Echelon Network
Remote
PIR Sensor
Remote PIR Sensor
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR device does not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR device does not then detect any movement, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion while in the local occupancy state network command, the occupancy
status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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4.
TB7300 networked fan coil application —2 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
BACnet
network
BACnet or Echelon Network
Remote
PIR Sensor
Remote PIR Sensor
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR device does not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR device does not then detect any movement, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion while in the local occupancy state network command, the occupancy
status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
While in the local occupancy state network command, the local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied
setpoints are never used.
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5.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
and TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
BACnet
network
BACnet
or Echelon Network
Remote
PIR PIR
Sensor
Remote
Sensor
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR devices do not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR devices do not then detect any movement, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as a PIR device detects a movement or motion while in the local occupancy state network command, the occupancy
status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if a PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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6.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
and TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
BACnet
network
BACnet or Echelon Network
Remote
PIR Sensor
Remote PIR Sensor
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR devices do not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR devices do not then detect any movement, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion while in the local occupancy state network command, the occupancy
status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints are used.
Anytime a PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone for
the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
At anytime, if a PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
While in the local occupancy state network command, the local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied
setpoints are never used
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7.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with an occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by the PIR Cover
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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8.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with an occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by the PIR Cover
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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9.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Remote
PIR PIR
Sensor
Remote
Sensor
Sequence of operation
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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10.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Remote
PIR PIR
Sensor
Remote
Sensor
Sequence of operation
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Time
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used.
Anytime the PIR device detects local motion, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If no motion is detected in the zone
for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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11.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014 (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor and
TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
RemoteRemote
PIR Sensor
PIR Sensor
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR devices do not detect any movement.
As soon as any of the PIR devices detect a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
Anytime local motion is detected by one of the PIR devices, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If either PIR devices in
the zone detect no motion for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by
setpoints are used.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone by either PIR device for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then
the room switches to unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if one of the PIR devices detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the
occupied setpoints are used.
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TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
RemoteRemote
PIR Sensor
PIR Sensor
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (commercial models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor and
TB-PIR-FCU-C cover
BI2 Configuration
None, no function
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By Time
= 2 Hours
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Time
Time
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Stand-By Time Elapsed
= Stand-By Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR devices do not detect any movement.
As soon as either of the PIR devices detect a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
Anytime local motion is detected by one of the PIR devices, the elapsed stand-by timer value will be reset. If either PIR devices in
the zone detect no motion for the entire stand-by timer duration, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by
setpoints are used.
At anytime, if one of the PIR devices detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the
occupied setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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TYPICAL LODGING APPLICATIONS
This section provides some typical networked and stand-alone hotel/lodging applications using the TB7300 Series. Each
application includes configuration information and describes system behavior using the occupancy sensing options.
Application
Number
PIR Levels of
Occupancy
PIR Cover
Used
Remote PIR
Used
Network interface
1
3
Yes
No
Yes, BACnet
2
2
Yes
No
Yes, BACnet
3
3
No
Yes
Yes, BACnet
4
2
No
Yes
Yes, BACnet
5
3
Yes
Yes
Yes, BACnet
6
2
Yes
Yes
Yes, BACnet
7
3
Yes
No
None, stand-alone
8
2
Yes
No
None, stand-alone
9
3
No
Yes
None, stand-alone
10
2
No
Yes
None, stand-alone
11
3
Yes
Yes
None, stand-alone
12
2
Yes
Yes
None, stand-alone
Advanced network interface can be obtained when thermostats are fully integrated to the reservation system
In these cases, the occupancy network commands state enumerations text presented by a front end system can be expanded to
better represent the nature of the application.
Occupancy network commands state
Front end system state text examples
Local Occupancy ( PIR active )
Room rented PIR economy enabled
Occupied
Room rented high comfort assured
Unoccupied
Room not rented
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1.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with an occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
BACnet
or Echelon Network
BACnet
network
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Advanced network interface can be obtained when thermostats are fully integrated to the reservation system. In these cases, the
occupancy network commands state enumerations text presented by a front end system can be expanded to better represent the
nature of the application.
Occupancy network commands state
Front end system state text examples
Local Occupancy ( PIR active )
Room rented PIR economy enabled
Occupied
Room rented high comfort assured
Unoccupied
Room not rented
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR device does not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR device does not then detect any movements, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used. At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the
occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints are used.
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2.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with an occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
BACnet
or Echelon Network
BACnet
network
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Advanced network interface can be obtained when thermostats are fully integrated to the reservation system.
In these cases, the occupancy network commands state enumeration text presented by a front end system can be expanded to
better represent the nature of the application.
Occupancy network commands state
Local Occupancy ( PIR active )
Front end system state text examples
Room rented PIR economy enabled
Occupied
Room rented high comfort assured
Unoccupied
Room not rented
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR device does not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR devices do not then detect any movements, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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3.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
BACnet
network
BACnet
or Echelon Network
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
Remote
PIR PIR
Sensor
Remote
Sensor
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Advanced network interface can be obtained when thermostats are fully integrated to the reservation system
In these cases, the occupancy network commands state enumerations text presented by a front end system can be expanded to
better represent the nature of the application.
Occupancy network commands state
Front end system state text examples
Local Occupancy ( PIR active )
Room rented PIR economy enabled
Occupied
Room rented high comfort assured
Unoccupied
Room not rented
Sequence of operation
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR devices do not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR devices do not then detect any movements, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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4.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
BACnet
network
BACnet
or Echelon Network
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
Remote
PIR PIR
Sensor
Remote
Sensor
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Advanced network interface can be obtained when thermostats are fully integrated to the reservation system.
In these cases, the occupancy network commands state enumerations text presented by a front end system can be expanded to
better represent the nature of the application.
Occupancy network commands state
Front end system state text examples
Local Occupancy ( PIR active )
Room rented PIR economy enabled
Occupied
Room rented high comfort assured
Unoccupied
Room not rented
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR devices do not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR devices do not then detect any movements, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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5.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
BACnet
network
BACnet
or Echelon Network
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
and TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
Remote
PIR Sensor
Remote PIR Sensor
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Advanced network interface can be obtained when thermostats are fully integrated to the reservation system
In these cases, the occupancy network commands state enumerations text presented by a front end system can be expanded to
better represent the nature of the application.
Occupancy network commands state
Front end system state text examples
Local Occupancy ( PIR active )
Room rented PIR economy enabled
Occupied
Room rented high comfort assured
Unoccupied
Room not rented
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR devices do not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occuupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR devices do not then detect any movements, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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6.
TB7300 networked fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
BACnet
BACnetnetwork
or Echelon Network
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
and TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
BACnet MS/TP
Remote
PIR Sensor
Remote PIR Sensor
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Advanced network interface can be obtained when thermostats are fully integrated to the reservation system.
In these cases, the occupancy network commands state enumerations text presented by a front end system can be expanded to
better represent the nature of the application.
Occupancy network commands state
Front end system state text examples
Local Occupancy ( PIR active )
Room rented PIR economy enabled
Occupied
Room rented high comfort assured
Unoccupied
Room not rented
Sequence of operation
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Initial Network
Command = Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
Network Command
= Local PIR Occupancy
Time
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Network Command
= Occupied
PIR Movements Ignored
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Network Command
= Unoccupied
PIR Movements Ignored
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; if there is no occupancy network command received by
the thermostat and if the PIR devices do not detect any movement, the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode.
Occupied state network command
At any time, an occupied network command will always force the local zone to be in occupied mode and to use the occupied
setpoints.
Unoccupied state network command
At any time, an unoccupied network command will always force the local zone to be in unoccupied mode and to use the
unoccupied setpoints. If the thermostat local override function is not locked out by configuration, the local user may initiate a
temporary local override to occupied as dictated by the temporary occupancy time configuration parameter setting.
Local occupancy state network command
If previously in unoccupied mode when the thermostat receives a local occupancy state network command, the local PIR
occupancy loop will now be enabled. If the PIR devices do not then detect any movements, the occupancy of the zone will be
stand-by mode.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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7.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with an occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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8.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with an occupancy sensor cover
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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9.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
Remote
Sensor
Remote
PIRPIR
Sensor
Thermostat used
TB73x0X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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10.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with a remote PIR sensor
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Remote
Sensor
Remote
PIRPIR
Sensor
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR device does not detect any movement.
As soon as the PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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11.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—3 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
Remote
PIR PIR
Sensor
Remote
Sensor
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
and TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
2.0 hours
Unoccupied timer value
6.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
DoorDoor
Switch
Switch
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 6 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Unoccupied Time Elapsed
= Unoccupied Mode
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR devices do not detect any movement.
As soon as a PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
While in stand-by mode, if no motion is detected in the zone for the entire unoccupied timer duration, then the room switches to
unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are used.
At anytime, if the PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
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12.
TB7300 stand-alone fan coil application—2 levels of occupancy with dual PIR sensors
Set-up and Configuration
Thermostat used
TB73x5X5014X (lodging models)
PIR used
BI1 configured for remote PIR sensor
and TB-PIR-FCU-L cover
BI2 Configuration
Door dry contact
Stand-by timer value
Not used
Unoccupied timer value
0.0 hours
Network interface used
None, stand-alone
Remote
PIRPIR
Sensor
Remote
Sensor
Door
Switch
Door
Switch
Sequence of operation:
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Always
Occupied
Stand-By
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupied Time
= 0 Hours
Unoccupîed
Time
Time
Initial State at
Power-Up = Stand-By
First Movement Detected
by a PIR Device
Last Movement Detected
by PIR Activity
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
Door Open/Close
Toggle Detected
At initial power-up, when the thermostat 24 Vac power supply is applied; the initial occupancy of the zone will be stand-by mode if
the PIR devices do not detect any movement.
As soon as a PIR device detects a movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied setpoints
are used. The room will then be in occupied mode until a door toggle is detected.
If a door toggle is detected, then the room switches to stand-by mode and the stand-by setpoints are used. If any occupants are
left in the room, local movements must be seen to resume the occupied mode.
At anytime, if a PIR device detects a local movement or motion, the occupancy status switches to occupied and the occupied
setpoints are used.
The local zone never goes into unoccupied mode and the unoccupied setpoints are never used.
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Typical PIR Detection Pattern
0°
20 FEET
CENTER
60°
60°
15°
45°
15°
15°
15°
ZONE NOT RELIABLE
ZONE NOT RELIABLE
M21308
M21309
Fig. 3. Typical Horizontal Angle
Fig. 4. Typical Vertical Angle
INSTALLATION
WARNING
Electronic controls are static sensitive devices. Discharge yourself properly before manipulation and installing
the thermostat and its accessories.
Short circuit or wrong wiring may permanently damage the thermostat or the equipment. All TB7200 and 7300 Series
thermostats are to be used only as operating controls. Whenever a control failure could lead to personal injury and/or loss
of property, it becomes the responsibility of the user to add safety devices and/or alarm system to protect against such
catastrophic failures.
Table 2. Installation Tips
Tip Type
General Installation
Initial Power Up &
Commissioning
Area Of Interest
Explanation
PIR Connector
Polarized connector is located at bottom left hand corner of TB7200
or TB7300 Series thermostat
Security Screw
A security screw has been provided in the thermostat box. This
screw should be carefully installed in the intended mounting position
located bottom center of thermostat cover.
PIR Warm up
period
PIR Sensor may take up-to 60 seconds after initial warm up period to
detect movement consistent with typical detection pattern.
Visual indication
(Status of PIR)
Visual indication of PIR activity for commissioning is provided via a
blinking LEDs located on the thermostat cover under the PIR lens.
LEDs will be active while occupant is in field of detection pattern for a
period of 30 minutes after initial power up.
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TB-PIR Cover Installation
1.
2.
Remove security screw on the bottom of the thermostat cover.
Open up by pulling on the bottom side of thermostat. (Fig. 3)
°C
°F
M21300
3.
Fig. 5. Removing cover.
Insert polarized connector from new cover into PIR female connector located on thermostat base. (Fig. 6)
PIR
Connector
Fig. 6. PIR connector
4.
5.
Snap PIR thermostat cover into place and re-install the security screw. (Fig. 7)
Make appropriate parameter settings related to your application within the configuration menu or through the WEBStationAX as identified in the thermostat installation instructions.
Fig. 7. Replacing cover.
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PIR Status LED’s
The PIR covers have 2 green status LEDs behind the PIR lens that can be used for diagnostic purposes during commissioning or
servicing. (Fig. 8)
These LEDs are used to indicate a local movement detected by the PIR cover.
— The status LEDs start to function to indicate movement 1 minute after the initial power up of the thermostat.
— The status LEDs will only remain active to indicate sensed movement 30 minutes after the initial power up of the
thermostat.
Fig. 8. LED status lights.
SPECIFICATIONS
PIR cover power requirements: 5 Vdc max current draw of 7mA
Operating conditions: 0 C to 50 C (32 F to 122 F); 0% to 95% R.H. non-condensing
Storage conditions: -30 C to 50 C (-22 F to 122 F); 0% to 95% R.H. non-condensing
Sensor: Local Passive Infrared Sensor
Dimensions: 4.94 in. x 3.38 in. x 1.0 in.
Approximate shipping weight: 0.1 lb
Agency Approvals:
UL: UL 873 (US) and CSA C22.2 No. 24 (Canada), File E27734 with CCN XAPX (US) and XAPX7 (Canada)
FCC: Compliant to CFR 47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A (US)
Industry Canada: ICES-003 (Canada)
CE: EMC Directive 89/336/EEC (Europe Union)
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