Vive™ TP-N-851 Installation Manual

Vive™ TP-N-851 Installation Manual
INSTALLATION MANUAL
TM
C O M F O R T
TP-N-851
VIVE Comfort
1111 S. Glenstone Ave., Suite 2-100
Springfield, MO 65804
Toll-Free: 1-800-776-1635 Web: www.vivecomfort.com
Hours of Operation: M-F 9AM - 6PM Eastern
Power Type
Thermostat Applications Guide
Description
Gas or Oil Heat
Yes
Electric Furnace
Yes
Heat Pump (No Aux. or Emergency Heat)
Yes
Heat Pump (with Aux. or Emergency Heat)
Yes
Multi-stage Systems
Yes
Heat Only Systems
Yes
Cool Only Systems
Yes
Millivolt
Yes
Table of Contents
Page
Installation Tips
Thermostat Quick Reference
Subbase Installation
Wiring
Technician Setup
Mounting and Battery Installation
Specifications
2
3
4
5-6
7-10
11
12
Battery Power
Hardwire (Common Wire)
Hardwire (Common Wire) with Battery Backup
A trained, experienced technician
must install this product.
Carefully read these instructions. You
could damage this product or cause a
hazardous condition if you fail to follow
these instructions.
Una versión en español de este
manual se puede descargar en la
página web de la compañía.
Patents and Trademarks pending.
Copyright © 2013. All rights reserved.
Rev. 1341
1
INSTALLATION TIPS
Wall Locations
The thermostat should be installed approximately 4 to 5 feet above the floor. Select an area with
average temperature and good air circulation.
NO
NO
YES
NO
Do not install thermostat in locations:
• Close to hot or cold air ducts
• That are in direct sunlight
• With an outside wall behind the thermostat
• In areas that do not require conditioning
• Where there are dead spots or drafts (in corners or behind doors)
• Where there might be concealed chimneys or pipes
Installation Tip
Pick an installation location that is easy for the user to access. The temperature of the location should
be representative of the building.
2
THERMOSTAT QUICK REFERENCE
Getting to know your thermostat
2
Indicates the current
room temperature.
Displays the user selectable
setpoint temperature.
6
System operation indicators:
The COOL, HEAT or FAN icon
will display when the COOL,
HEAT or FAN is on.
1
Use the “+” or “-” keys to select your desired room
temperature. A copy of the Operating Manual can be
downloaded at www.pro1iaq.com
3
4
Fan
System
NOTE: The compressor delay
feature is active if these icons
are flashing. The compressor
will not turn on until the 5
minute delay has elapsed.
Low Battery Indicator:
Replace batteries when
indicator is shown.
5
1
LCD Display
2
Glow in the Dark Light Button
3
Fan Switch
4
System Switch
5
Menu Button Access Door
6
Temperature Setpoint Buttons
Important:
The low battery indicator is displayed when
the AA battery power is low. If the user fails
to replace the battery with in 21 days, the
thermostat display will only show the low
battery indicator as a final warning before
the thermostat becomes inoperable. The
batteries are located on the back of the
Thermostat.
Removing the private label badge
Use the bevel on lower ridge
Magnet in door
Gently slide a screwdriver into the
bottom edge of the badge. Gently
turn the screwdriver counter
clockwise. The badge is held on by a
magnet in the well of the battery
door. The badge should pry off easily.
Do not use force.
About the Badge
All our thermostats use the same universal magnetic badge.
Visit our website to learn more about our dealer imprinting programs.
3
SUBBASE INSTALLATION
Mercury Notice:
Caution:
Electrical Hazard
Failure to disconnect the
power before beginning to
install this product can cause
electric shock or equipment
damage.
All of the our thermostats are
mercury free. However, if the
product you are replacing
contains mercury, dispose of it
properly. Your local waste
management authority can give
you instructions on recycling and
For vertical mount put one
screw bottom.
For horizontal mount put
one screw left and one
screw right.
Vertical Mount
Horizontal Mount
Horizontal Mount
Vertical Mount
4
WIRING
1
Power supply
2
Factory-installed jumper. Remove only when installing on 2-transformer systems
3
Use either O or B terminals for changeover valve
4
Optional 24 VAC common connection when thermostat is hardwired with battery backup mode.
Typical 2H/2C system: 1 transformer
Typical 2H/2C system: 2 transformer
C
REMOVE JUMPER
C
L2
RC
2
R
L2
RC
L1 (HOT)
C
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
C
6
W/E
4
HEAT RELAY
W/E
FAN RELAY
W
G
G
W
Y2
FAN RELAY
C
Y2
HEAT RELAY 2
1
R
Y
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
Y
L1 (HOT)
2
R
1
R
HEAT RELAY
L2
L1 (HOT)
HEAT RELAY 2
COMPRESSOR
RELAY 2
1
R
COMPRESSOR
RELAY 2
Typical heat-only system
Typical 3H/2C heat pump system
C
C
L2
RC
L1 (HOT)
2
R
R
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
Y
RC
C
G
FAN RELAY
W
L1 (HOT)
Y
R
C
4
W/E
1
L2
2
R
COOL CHANGE OVER
VALVE
3
HEATL CHANGE
OVER VALVE
O
W/
B
G
1
4
HEAT RELAY
AUXILIARY
Y2
COMPRESSOR RELAY
2
Typical cool-only system
Typical heat-only system with fan
RC
R
C
2
L1 (HOT)
Y
C
R
1
L1 (HOT)
R
C
FAN RELAY
L2
2
RC
R
1
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
Y
4
W/
G
C
L2
4
W/
G
FAN RELAY
HEAT RELAY
NOTE: In many systems with no emergency heat relay a jumper can be installed between E and W2.
5
WIRING
Wiring
Warning
1. If you are replacing a thermostat, make note
of the terminal connections on the thermostat that is being replaced. In some cases the
wiring connections will not be color-coded.
For example, the green wire may not be
connected to the G terminal.
2. Loosen the terminal block screws. Insert
wires then retighten terminal block screws.
3. Place nonflammable insulation into wall
opening to prevent drafts.
All components of the control
system and the thermostat
installation must conform to
Class II circuits per the NEC
Wire specifications
Use shielded or non-shielded
18-22 gauge thermostat wire.
Terminal Designations
This thermostat is shipped from the factory to operate a conventional heating and cooling system. This
thermostat will also operate a heat pump system. See the “heat pump” configuration step on page 8 of
this manual to configure the thermostat for heat pump applications.
2 Heat 2 Cool
Conventional System
2 Heat 2 Cool
Heat Pump System
3 Heat 2 Cool
Heat Pump System
RC
Transformer Power
(cooling)
Transformer Power
(cooling)
Transformer Power
(cooling)
RH
Transformer Power
(heating)
Transformer Power
(heating)
Transformer Power
(heating)
C
Transformer common
Transformer common
Transformer common
B
Energized in heating
Heat pump changeover valve
energized in heating
Heat pump changeover valve
energized in heating
O
Energized in cooling
Heat pump changeover valve
energized in cooling
Heat pump changeover valve
energized in cooling
G
Fan relay
Fan relay
Fan relay
W/E
First stage of heat
First stage of heat
Emergency heat relay
Y
First stage of cool
First stage of cool
First stage of heat & cool
Y2
Second stage of cool
Second stage of cool
Second stage of cool
& second stage of heat
W2
Second stage of heat
Auxiliary heat relay,
second stage of heat
Auxiliary heat relay,
thirdstage of heat
Terminal
Wiring Tip
C terminal
The C (common wire) terminal does not have
to be connected when the thermostat is
powered by batteries.
Note:
In many systems with no emergency heat
relay, a jumper can be installed between E
and W2.
6
TECHNICIAN SETUP MENU
Technician Setup Menu
This thermostat has a technician setup menu
for easy installer configuration. To setup the
thermostat for your particular application:
- buttons for 3
&
1. Press and hold +
seconds. This 3-second delay is designed so
that homeowners do not accidentally access
the installer settings.
2. Configure the installer options as
desired, using the table below.
3. Use the + or
- keys to change
settings and the SYSTEM or FAN key to
move from one option to another. Note:
To exit the Technician Setup options
press and hold the +
&
keys for 3 seconds.
Tech Setup Steps
Filter
Change
Reminder
This feature will
flash “FILT” in the
display after the
elapsed run time
to remind the user
to change the
filter. A setting of
“OFF” will disable
this feature.
Room
Temperature
Calibration
Minimum
Compressor On
Time
Compressor
Short Cycle
Delay
Cooling
Swing
Heating
Swing
Keypad
Lockout
This feature allows
the installer to
change the
calibration of the
room temperature
display. For example,
if the thermostat
reads 70° and you
would like it to read
72° then select +2.
This feature allows the
installer to select the
minimum run time for
the compressor. For
example, a setting of 4
will force the
compressor to run for
at least 4 minutes
every time the
compressor turns on,
regardless of the room
temperature.
The compressor short
cycle delay protects
the compressor from
“short cycling”. This
feature will not allow
the compressor to be
turned on for 5
minutes after it was
turned off.
The swing setting
often called “cycle
rate”, “differential” or
“anticipation” is
adjustable. A smaller
swing setting will
cause more frequent
cycles and a larger
swing setting will
cause fewer cycles.
The swing setting
often called “cycle rate”,
“differential” or
“anticipation” is
adjustable. A smaller
swing setting will
cause more frequent
cycles and a larger
swing setting will
cause fewer cycles.
Keypad lockout allows
you to configure the
thermostat so that
none or some of the
keys do not function.
You can adjust the
room temperature
display to ready -4°F
to +4°F above or
below the factory
calibrated reading.
You can select the
minimum compressor
run time from “OFF”,
“3”, “4”, or “5” minutes.
If 3, 4, or 5 is selected,
the compressor will run
for at least the selected
time before turning off.
Selecting “ON” will not
allow the compressor
to be turned on for 5
minutes after the last
time the compressor
was on. Select “OFF” to
remove this delay.
The cooling swing
setting is adjustable
from 0.2°F to 2°F.
For example: A swing
setting of 0.5°F will
turn the cooling on at
approximately 0.5°F
above the setpoint
and turn the cooling
off at approximately
0.5°F below the
setpoint.
The heating swing
setting is adjustable
from 0.2°F to 2°F. For
example: A swing
setting of 0.5°F will
turn the heating on at
approximately 0.5°F
below the setpoint and
turn the heating off at
approximately 0.5°F
below the setpoint.
OF = keypad lockout
has been disabled.
LCD Will Show
Adjustment Options
You can adjust the
filter change
reminder from
“OFF” to 2000
hours of runtime in
50 hour
increments.
PA = partial keypad
lockout, which locks all
the keys except the
or keys.
FU = Full keypad
lockout, which locks
out all the keys.
Note: keypad lockout
instructions are below.
Factory Default Setting
OFF
0 ºF
OFF
ON
0.5 ºF
Note: To lock the keypad hold down the SYSTEM and FAN
keys for 3 seconds. You will see a lock in the display. To unlock
the keypad hold down SYSTEM and FAN keys for 3 seconds.
0.4 ºF
0ºF
TECH SETUP
STEPS CONTINUED
ON THE NEXT PAGE
7
TECHNICIAN SETUP MENU
Tech Setup Steps (Continued from the previous page)
Heating
Temperature
Setpoint Limit
Cooling
Temperature
Setpoint Limit
ºF or ºC
Fan
Operation
Always On
Light Menu Setup
Contractor Call
Number
On or Off
Contractor
Call Number
This feature allows
you to set a
maximum heat
setpoint value. The
setpoint temperature cannot be
raised above this
value.
This feature allows
you to set a
minimum cool
setpoint value. The
setpoint temperature cannot be
lowered below this
value.
Select F for
Fahrenheit
temperature read out
or select C for Celsius
read out.
Select GAS for
systems that control
the fan during a call
for heat.
The display light can
be configured to stay
on at all times or
come on when any
key is pressed.
Allows you to select
whether or not you
want to add your
phone number to the
thermostat display.
Allows you to put you
phone number in the
display.
NOTE:
HARDWIRED ONLY
Keeping the display
light continually “ON”
will greatly reduce
battery life.
You can choose ON or
OFF.
Use the
or
key to select the
maximum cool
setpoint.
ºF for Fahrenheit
OFF configures
display light to come
on when the light key
or any other key is
pressed.
If selected ON, you
will see the input
screen after pressing
SYSTEM key and
moving to the next
step.
ON configures the
display to stay on.
Use the
or
key to turn on or off.
See note below on
operation.
ON
OFF
Select ELEC to have
the thermostat
control the fan during
a call for heat.
LCD Will Show
Adjustment Options
Use the
or
key to select the
maximum heat
setpoint.
ºC for Celsius
GAS
or
ELEC
Use the
key to
step through each
number left to right
and the
key to
cycle through each
of the numbers.
Factory Default Setting
90ºF
44ºF
ºF
GAS
0000000000
Note: If Contractor Call Number is selected ON, your phone number
will show in the display if there has been a continuous call for heating
or cooling for 24 hours or if the light button is held down for 3 seconds.
To remove the phone number from the display, hold the light button
down for 3 seconds.
TECH SETUP
STEPS CONTINUED
ON THE NEXT PAGE
A Note About Auto Changeover:
If in Auto you have the ability to switch between Auto Heat or Auto Cool by pressing the System
key. This can be done once the current mode has reached its setpoint. For example: if in Auto
Heat, the heat setpoint must be satisfied before the thermostat will allow you to switch to Auto
Cool. You can switch out of Auto by holding down the System key. To get back into Auto, you
must toggle the System key to Auto.
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TECHNICIAN SETUP MENU
Tech Setup Steps (Continued from the previous page)
Beep
Heat Pump
System
Switch
Gas Auxiliary
for Heat Pump
Stages
of Heat
Cooling Fan
Delay
When any key is
pressed an audible
beep will sound.
You can choose
ON or an OFF.
When turned on the
thermostat will
operate a heat
pump.
1. EM. Heat will
show as an option in
the system switch.
You can configure the
system switch for the
particular application:
Heat - Off- Cool
Heat – Off,
Cool – Off
Heat – Off – Cool-Auto
Gas Auxiliary for Heat
Pump
This option will turn the
heat pump off 45
seconds after the
auxiliary heat relay turns
on.
You can configure the
thermostat to operate
a 3 stage heat pump
system.
The cooling fan delay
setting will delay the
fan from coming on
in cool-mode and
keep running after
the compressor shuts
off for a short time to
save energy in some
systems.
2. Y will be first
stage of heat & cool,
W/E will be
emergency heat
relay & W2 will be
auxiliary heat relay.
Note: EM. Heat will
show if in heat pump
mode.
2H 2C = 2 heat, 2 cool
3H 2C = 3 heat, 2 cool
For 2 heat applications,
the first stage will turn
off 45 seconds after the
auxiliary stage turns on.
For 3 heat applications,
the first and second
stage will turn off 45
seconds after the
auxiliary stage turns on.
LCD Will Show
Adjustment Options
If ON is selected the
beep will sound.
If OFF is selected
there is no sound
OFF configures the
thermostat for non
heat pump systems.
Use the
or
key until the desired
application is flashing.
ON configures the
thermostat for heat
pump systems.
For heat pump systems
that are “dual fuel” (use a
gas furnace for auxiliary
stage heat) you can turn
this feature on to turn off
the heat pump when the
auxiliary stage of heating
has been called for.
Use the
or
key to change
between 2 heat and 3
heat.
You can select the
Cooling Fan Delay
from “OFF”, “15”, “30”,
“60”, or “90” seconds.
2 heat will use Y1 as
first stage and W2 as
auxiliary.
3 heat will use Y1 as
first stage, Y2 as
second stage and W2
as auxiliary.
If 15, 30, 60 or 90 is
selected the fan will
not turn on for that
many seconds when
there is a call for cool
will run for that many
seconds after
satisfying a call for
cool.
2 Stages
OFF
Factory Default Settings
ON
Swing Setting Tip
OFF
Heat – Off – Cool
OFF
TECH SETUP
STEPS CONTINUED
ON THE NEXT PAGE
The Second stage will turn on at 2x the swing setting. The second stage will turn off when the 1x the swing
is reached. For example, if the swing setting is .8 degrees for heating and the thermostat is set at 70°F, the
first stage will turn on at approximately 69.2°F. The second stage will turn on at 68.4°F. The second stage will
turn off at 69.2°F and the first will turn off at 70.8°F. If third stage is used, it will turn on at 3x the swing and
turn off at approximately 2x the swing.
9
TECHNICIAN SETUP MENU
Tech Setup Steps (Continued from the previous page)
Satisfy Setpoint
Staging Delay
Humidity Pad
Reminder
UV Lamp
Reminder
IAQ Cell Reminder
This feature allows
the thermostat to
keep multiple stages
of heat or cool
energized until
setpoint is satisfied.
This feature allows a
delay to occur when
a second and third
stage is needed. This
allows the previous
stage extra time to
satisfy setpoint.
This will remind the
user to change the
humidity pad.
Will remind the user
to change the UV
light bulb.
Will remind the user
to change the IAQ
Cell after 25,000 hrs.
Use the
or
key to select YES, 5,
10, 15, 30, 45, 60,
90.
Use the
or
key to select OFF,
600, 1000, 1500,
2000.
Use the
or
key to select OFF,
1YEAR, 2YEAR.
Use the
or
key to select OFF,
250. (Stands for
25000 hours)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
LCD Will Show
Adjustment Options
Use the
or
key to turn on or
off.
Factory Default Settings
OFF
10
MOUNT THERMOSTAT & BATTERY INSTALLATION
Mount Thermostat
Align the 4 tabs on the subbase with
corresponding slots on the back of the
thermostat, then push gently until the
thermostat snaps in place.
Battery Installation
Battery installation is optional if thermostat is hardwired (C terminal connected).
On the back of the thermostat insert 2
AA Alkaline batteries (included).
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
The display range of temperature
The control range of temperature
Load rating
Display accuracy
Swing (cycle rate or differential)
Power source
Operating ambient
Operating humidity
Dimensions of thermostat
41ºF to 95ºF (5ºC to 35ºC)
44ºF to 90ºF (7ºC to 32ºC)
1 amp per terminal, 1.5 amp maximum all terminals combined
± 1ºF
Heating is adjustable from 0.2ºF to 2.0ºF
Cooling is adjustable from 0.2ºF to 2.0ºF
18 to 30 VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz for hardwire (common wire)
Battery power from 2 AA Alkaline batteries
32ºF to +105ºF (0º to +41ºC)
90% non-condensing maximum
5.7”W x 4.4 ”H x 1.1”D
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