New T-32-TS Installation Manu

New T-32-TS Installation Manu
T-32-TS Touchscreen Thermostat
Installation Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................4
Getting Started .......................................................................................................................................5
Installing the Thermostat .....................................................................................................................6, 8
Disassembly ..........................................................................................................................6
Thermostat Location ..............................................................................................................6
Mounting the Subbase ........................................................................................................6, 7
Terminal Designations ............................................................................................................8
Setting the System Switches ..................................................................................................................9
System Switch Functions .....................................................................................................................10
Installing the Batteries ..........................................................................................................................11
Typical System Wiring Diagrams .....................................................................................................12, 20
Heat only (Gas) ....................................................................................................................12
Heat only (Electric)................................................................................................................13
Cool only (Single or Multi-stage) ...........................................................................................14
1 Heat / 1 Cool (Gas) .............................................................................................................15
2 Heat / 2 Cool (Gas) .............................................................................................................16
2 Heat / 1 Cool (Heat Pump) ..................................................................................................17
3 Heat / 2 Cool (Heat Pump) ..................................................................................................18
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2 Heat / 1 Cool (Dual Fuel) ....................................................................................................19
3 Heat / 2 Cool (Dual Fuel) ....................................................................................................20
Installer Setup Menu ........................................................................................................................21,38
Entering the Setup Menu ......................................................................................................21
Selecting Programmable or Non-programmable Operation ..................................................22
Selecting Number of Program Events ...................................................................................23
Selecting Mode ....................................................................................................................24
Selecting Programmable Fan ...............................................................................................25
Assigning Auxiliary Contacts ................................................................................................26
Selecting Touchscreen Lock Options ....................................................................................27
Selecting the Cooling Setpoint Limit .....................................................................................28
Selecting the Heating Setpoint Limit .....................................................................................29
Selecting Back Light Option ..................................................................................................30
Selecting Adaptive Recovery Option ....................................................................................31
Selecting First Stage Heating and Cooling Differential Option ...............................................32
Selecting Second Stage Heating and Cooling Differential Option ..........................................33
Selecting Third Stage Heating Differential Option .................................................................34
Selecting Demand Staging or Locked Staging Option ...........................................................35
Sensor Calibration ...............................................................................................................36
Selecting Low Balance Point Option .....................................................................................37
Selecting High Balance Point Option ....................................................................................38
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Remote Sensor Installation .............................................................................................................39, 41
Remote Sensor Types ..........................................................................................................39
T-32-RS2 Indoor Sensor Installation ...............................................................................39, 40
T-32-OTS Outdoor Sensor Installation .................................................................................40
Temperature/Resistance Chart ............................................................................................41
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Display Functions .................................................................................................................................42
Testing ............................................................................................................................................43, 47
Fan Operation ......................................................................................................................43
Conventional Heating ...........................................................................................................43
Conventional Cooling .....................................................................................................43, 44
Conventional Heat Pump .....................................................................................................44
Dual Fuel ..............................................................................................................................45
Low Balance Point ..........................................................................................................45, 46
High Balance Point ...............................................................................................................46
Adaptive Recovery .........................................................................................................46, 47
Programmable Fan ..............................................................................................................47
Auxiliary Contacts ................................................................................................................47
Basic Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................48, 49
Specifications .......................................................................................................................................50
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INTRODUCTION
The T-32-TS is a feature-rich touchscreen thermostat that can be battery powered or hardwired to the
HVAC equipment. Using a common sense approach to the installation will ensure this product is
installed properly and to the customer’s satisfaction. Please take time to read and understand this
manual so that installation and testing is performed in an efficient manner.
This manual is to be used in conjunction with the supplied User Manual.
Although great care has been taken in the preparation of this manual, Jackson Systems takes
no responsibility for errors or omissions contained herein. It is the responsibility of the
installer to ensure that this thermostat and the equipment connected to it operate in a safe and
efficient manner.
Due to ongoing product improvements, Jackson Systems reserves the right to change the
specifications of the T-32-TS thermostat or its components without notice.
All rights reserved.
©Jackson Systems, LLC 2014.
Intellectual rights apply.
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GETTING STARTED
As with any HVAC project, careful installation is the key to a successful outcome.
Time taken during the installation process will be rewarded with fewer call-backs.
The steps required to install the T-32-TS thermostat are as follows.
1. Read and understand this Installation Manual and User Manual.
2. Mount and wire the subbase.
3. Install the batteries.
4. Set the 4 system switches to match the equipment application.
5. Wire optional remote temperature sensor(s).
6. Power the thermostat
7. Set the Advanced Installer settings.
8. Test the thermostat.
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INSTALLING THE THERMOSTAT
DISASSEMBLY
There are two release slots located on the bottom of the thermostat. Gently push
the flat blade of a small screwdriver into one slot at a time and pry upward until
the catch disengages. Carefully swing the thermostat upward and away from the
subbase. (Figure 1)
THERMOSTAT LOCATION
The T-32-TS should be installed in a location that
represents the ambient space temperature. Do not install
the thermostat in an area where drafts are present, near
the floor, behind doors or on an external wall. Avoid
placing the thermostat in areas where the air movement
is limited, affected by direct sunlight or other areas not
typical of the temperature in the space.
FIGURE 1
MOUNTING THE SUBBASE
When mounting the T-32-TS subbase, be aware that drafts may
travel down wall cavities and enter the back of the thermostat
through the control wire hole in the wall. It is important to seal
the hole to prevent any drafts that might affect the internal
temperature sensor.
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INSTALLING THE THERMOSTAT
Pull the control wires through the large opening in the thermostat subbase. Next,
level and mount the subbase on the wall using the supplied anchors and screws.
(Figure 2)
Do not over tighten the mounting screws as the subbase may warp causing
the improper seating of the thermostat connecting pins to the terminal
blocks.
Use a properly sized
screwdriver and back each
screw terminal out (counter
clockwise) before landing each
wire to its dedicated terminal.
Do not over tighten the terminal
screws. Check to ensure that all
wires are landed correctly and
dressed properly to prevent any
shorts. Refer to Typical System
Wiring Diagrams in this manual
for proper wiring.
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WIRE
ACCESS
HOLE
MOUNTING HOLES
MOUNTING HOLES
W2
S2 SC S1 AUX AUX O/B
MOUNTING
HOLE
Y1 Y2 W1 G R C
FIGURE 2
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INSTALLING THE THERMOSTAT
TERMINAL DESIGNATIONS
TERMINAL
S2
SC
S1
AUX
W2/OB
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
DESIGNATION
Outdoor Sensor
Sensor Common
Indoor Sensor
Auxiliary Contacts
Second Stage Heat or Reversing Valve
First Stage Cool or First Stage Compressor
Second Stage Cool or Second Stage Compressor
First Stage Heat/Auxiliary/Emergency Heat
Fan
24 VAC Hot
24 VAC Common
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SETTING THE SYSTEM SWITCHES
The T-32-TS contains a set of four system switches located on the thermostat
printed circuit board. (Figure 3) The switches are used to match the thermostat
operation and relay outputs with the HVAC system requirements. Refer to the
system switch functions on the next page to properly configure the thermostat.
SYSTEM SWITCHES
ON DIP
1234
......
......
FIGURE 3
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SYSTEM SWITCH FUNCTIONS
Switch 1 - Equipment Type
Switch 2 - Fan or
Reversing Valve
Switch 3 - Equipment Stages
Switch 4 - Dual Fuel Mode
Switch 1 sets the equipment type. For conventional
heat/cool equipment, set the switch to the OFF
position (factory default). For heat pump equipment set
the switch to the ON position.
When Switch 1 is OFF
For gas heat, set the switch to the OFF position
(factory default). For electric heat, set the switch to the
ON position.
When Switch 1 is ON
For ‘O’ reversing valve, set the switch to the OFF
position. (factory default) For ‘B’ reversing valve, set
the switch to the ON position.
Switch 3 sets the number of equipment stages.
OFF = 1 heat / 1 cool gas / electric or 2 heat / 1 cool
heat pump or dual fuel.
ON = 2 heat / 2 cool gas / electric or 3 heat / 2 cool
heat pump or dual fuel.
For conventional heat pump equipment, leave
switch 4 in the OFF position (factory default). For
dual fuel equipment, set switch 4 to the ON position.
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INSTALLING THE BATTERIES
The T-32-TS comes with two AA batteries. Even if the thermostat is hardwired,
battery backup is recommended to maintain the real-time clock in the event of a
power failure. All other memory is non-volatile in the event of battery or primary
power loss. Press in on the battery access compartment and slide the drawer
out. Install the two AA batteries matching the + and - orientation. Push the battery
compartment in until it clicks shut. When the batteries are properly installed, the
touchscreen display will light up. (Figure 4)
+
FIGURE 4
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TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
HEAT ONLY (GAS)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
EQUIPMENT
HEAT 1
RELAY
INDOOR
SENSOR
FAN
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = OFF
Switch 2 = OFF
Switch 3 = OFF
Switch 4 = OFF
24 V
Heat/Cool
Equipment controls fan on call for heat
Single Stage
Leave OFF
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LINE
TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
HEAT ONLY (ELECTRIC)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
EQUIPMENT
HEAT 1
RELAY
INDOOR
SENSOR
FAN
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = OFF
Switch 2 = ON
Switch 3 = OFF
Switch 4 = OFF
24 V
Heat/Cool
Thermostat controls fan on call for heat
Single Stage
Leave OFF
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LINE
TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
COOL ONLY (SINGLE OR MULI-STAGE)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
INDOOR
SENSOR
COOL 1
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = OFF
Switch 2 = OFF
Switch 3 = OFF/ON
Switch 4 = OFF
EQUIPMENT
COOL 2
RELAY
FAN
RELAY
24 V
Heat/Cool
Fan energized on call for cooling
OFF = Single Stage ON = Multi-stage
Leave OFF
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LINE
TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
1 HEAT/1 COOL (GAS)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
COOL 1
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = OFF
Switch 2 = OFF
Switch 3 = OFF
Switch 4 = OFF
EQUIPMENT
HEAT 1
RELAY
INDOOR
SENSOR
FAN
RELAY
24 V
Heat/Cool
Fan energized on call for cooling
Single Stage
Leave OFF
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LINE
TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
2 HEAT/2 COOL (GAS)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
INDOOR
SENSOR
HEAT 2
RELAY
COOL 1
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = OFF
Switch 2 = OFF
Switch 3 = ON
Switch 4 = OFF
EQUIPMENT
HEAT 1
COOL 2 RELAY
RELAY
FAN
RELAY
24 V
Heat/Cool
Fan energized on call for cooling
Multi-stage
Leave OFF
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LINE
TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
2 HEAT/1 COOL (HEAT PUMP)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
INDOOR
SENSOR
REV
VALVE
COMP 1
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = ON
Switch 2 = OFF/ON
Switch 3 = OFF
Switch 4 = OFF
EQUIPMENT
AUX
RELAY
FAN
RELAY
Heat Pump
OFF = ‘O’ ON = ‘B’
2 Heat / 1 Cool HP
Leave OFF
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24 V
LINE
TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
3 HEAT/2 COOL (HEAT PUMP)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
INDOOR
SENSOR
REV
VALVE
COMP 1
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = ON
Switch 2 = OFF/ON
Switch 3 = ON
Switch 4 = OFF
EQUIPMENT
AUX
COMP 2 RELAY
RELAY
FAN
RELAY
Heat Pump
OFF = ‘O’ ON = ‘B’
3 Heat / 2 Cool HP
Leave OFF
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24 V
LINE
TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
2 HEAT/1 COOL (DUAL FUEL)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
INDOOR
SENSOR
REV
VALVE
COMP 1
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = ON
Switch 2 = OFF/ON
Switch 3 = OFF
Switch 4 = ON
EQUIPMENT
AUX
RELAY
FAN
RELAY
24 V
LINE
Heat Pump
OFF = ‘O’ ON = ‘B’ Reversing Valve
2 Heat / 1Cool dual fuel
Locks out heat pump when furnace is energized
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TYPICAL SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS
3 HEAT / 2 COOL (DUAL FUEL)
OPTIONAL
REMOTE SENSOR
TERMINALS
S2
SC
S1
AUX
AUX
W2
O/B
Y1
Y2
W1
G
R
C
THERMOSTAT
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
INDOOR
SENSOR
REV
VALVE
COMP 1
RELAY
Switch Settings
Switch 1 = ON
Switch 2 = OFF/ON
Switch 3 = ON
Switch 4 = ON
EQUIPMENT
AUX
COMP 2 RELAY
RELAY
FAN
RELAY
24 V
LINE
Heat Pump
OFF = ‘O’ ON = ‘B’ Reversing Valve
3 heat / 2 cool dual fuel
Locks out heat pump when furnace is energized
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
ENTERING THE SETUP MENU
Tap the display to bring the back light on then press and hold both the Clock and
Mode section for 5 seconds to enter the Installer Menu.
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AM
DST
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01/01/2012
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•
•
To advance through the menu, touch Next.
To back up in the menu, touch Back.
To exit the menu at any time and save changes, press and hold Next for
4 seconds.
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
Back
Program
Morning Day
Evening Night
E
SELECTING THE PROGRAMMABLE OR NON-PROGRAMMABLE
OPERATION
The first menu 01 selects programmable or non-programmable operation. Press
the UP or DOWN arrows to change the selection. The factory default is 7.
Next
7 = 7-Day Programmable (Factory Default)
0 = Manual Mode (Non-programmable)
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
E
SELECTING NUMBER OF PROGRAM SCHEDULES
(ONLY DISPLAYED WHEN 01 = 7)
If menu 01 is set to 7, the thermostat can be configured for 4 or 2 schedules per
day. The factory default is 4.
Back
Next
4 = 4 schedules per day (Factory Default)
2 = 2 schedules per day
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
Back
E
SELECTING MODE
Menu 03 selects the mode of operation. The factory default is 0.
Program
Next
0 = Auto-changeover (Heat/Cool/Auto/Off for Heat/Cool)
(Heat/Cool/Auto/EHeat/Off for Heat Pump (Factory
Default)
1 = Manual Changeover (Heat/Cool/Off) or (Heat/Cool/E.Heat/Off)
2 = Heating Only (Heat/Off) or (Heat/E.Heat/Off)
3 = Cooling Only (Cool/Off)
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
Back
E
SELECTING PROGRAMMABLE FAN
Menu 04 selects the Programmable Fan option which allows selecting
continuous or auto fan operation for each program event when programmable
mode is selected. The factory default is 0.
Program
Next
0 = No Programmable Fan (Factory Default)
1 = Programmable Fan
Refer to the User Manual for selecting continuous or auto fan for each
scheduled event when the Programmable Fan option is ON.
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
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ASSIGNING AUXILIARY CONTACTS
Menu 05 assigns the auxiliary dry relay contacts (AUX) as Normally Open or
Normally closed when the Programmable Fan Option 04 is ON. Whenever
Programmable Fan is in the Always On mode (constant ventilation) for a
selected program period, the relay contact will go open or closed based on the
auxiliary relay option selection. The auxiliary contacts can be used for controlling
an economizer or other IAQ devices. The factory default is 1.
Next
Back
1 = Relay contacts closed when Programmable Fan is ON (Factory Default)
2 = Relay contacts open when Programmable Fan is ON
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
E
SELECTING TOUCHSCREEN LOCK OPTIONS
Menu 06 allows you to prevent changes to all or part of the touchscreen
functions. The factory default is 0. Touch the UP or DOWN arrows to change the
selection.
Next
Back
0 = All functions unlocked (Factory Default)
1 = All functions locked except setpoint adjustment
2 = All functions locked
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
Set
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SELECTING THE COOLING SETPOINT LIMIT
Menu 07 selects the minimum cooling setpoint. The factory default is 50. Touch
the UP or DOWN arrows to adjust the limit from 43° - 122°F.
Next
Back
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
Heat Set
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SELECTING THE HEATING SETPOINT LIMIT
Menu 08 selects the maximum heating setpoint limit. The factory default is 90.
Touch the UP or DOWN arrows to adjust the limit from 41° - 120°F.
Next
Back
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
E
SELECTING BACK LIGHT OPTION
Menu 09 allows you to select the back light option. The factory default is 0. Touch
the UP or DOWN arrows to change the display option.
Next
Back
0 = Back Light on for 10 seconds when screen is touched
1 = Back Light on high for 10 seconds when screen is touched and then
low continuously. (Thermostat must be hardwired to 24VAC for
this option)
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
E
SELECTING ADAPTIVE RECOVERY OPTION
Menu 10 allows you to select the Adaptive Recovery option. Only displayed
when 01 is set to 7. Adaptive Recovery compares the space temperature
deviation from setpoint and rate of recovery history to bring the equipment on
and reach the setpoint at the scheduled start time. The factory default is 0.
Touch the UP or DOWN arrows to select this option.
Next
Back
0 = No Adaptive Recovery (Factory Default)
1 = Adaptive Recovery On (For programmable mode only)
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
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SELECTING FIRST STAGE HEATING AND COOLING DIFFERENTIAL
OPTION
Menu 11 is used to adjust the heating and cooling differential. The factory default
is 1 ( 1°F). This represents the temperature above the cooling setpoint or below
the heating setpoint when the equipment is energized. Touch the UP or DOWN
arrows to change the differential.
Next
Back
1 = 1°F Differential
2 = 2°F Differential
3 = 3°F Differential
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
E
SELECTING SECOND STAGE HEATING AND COOLING DIFFERENTIAL
OPTION
Menu 12 is used to adjust the second stage heating and cooling differential. The
factory default is 2 ( 2°F). This represents the temperature above the first stage
cooling differential or below the first stage heating differential when second stage
is energized. Touch the UP or DOWN arrows to change the differential.
Next
Back
Adjustable from 1 - 10°F in 1° increments
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
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SELECTING THIRD STAGE HEATING DIFFERENTIAL OPTION
Menu 13 is used to adjust the third stage heating differential. Only displayed
when SW1 and SW 3 are ON. The factory default is 2 ( 2°F). This represents
the temperature below the second stage heating differential when third stage
heat is energized. Touch the UP or DOWN arrows to change the differential.
Next
Back
Adjustable from 1 - 10°F in 1° increments
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
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SELECTING DEMAND STAGING OR LOCKED STAGING OPTION
Menu 14 is used to select how the thermostat will stage the equipment. The factory
default is 0 which = Demand Staging. Demand Staging allows the thermostat to
upstage or downstage the equipment based on the stage differential settings. In dual
fuel setup, the thermostat will not downstage to compressor if fossil fuel is energized.
1 = Locked Staging. Locked Staging allows the thermostat to upstage the
equipment based on the stage differential settings but locks in each stage until the
setpoint is reached. (No down-staging)
Next
Back
0 = Demand Staging (Factory Default)
1 = Locked Staging
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
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SENSOR CALIBRATION
Menu 15 allows you to re-calibrate the internal or a single indoor remote sensor.
When a remote sensor is wired to the SC and S1 terminals, the internal sensor is
automatically disabled. The factory default is 0 (0°F). Touch the UP or DOWN
arrows to adjust the calibration from -9° to +9°F.
Next
Back
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
E
SELECTING LOW BALANCE POINT OPTION
Menu 16 allows you to select a low balance point setting when the thermostat is
configured for Heat Pump or Dual Fuel and an outdoor sensor is used. When the
outdoor temperature falls below the balance point setting, the compressor is
locked out and only auxiliary electric heat or dual fuel furnace is used for heating.
The factory default is OFF. Touch the UP or DOWN arrows to select a low
balance point setting.
Next
Back
Adjustable from OFF, 1° to 77°F
Remote outdoor sensor must be used
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INSTALLER SETUP MENU
E
SELECTING HIGH BALANCE POINT OPTION
Menu 17 allows you to select a high balance point setting when the thermostat is
configured for Heat Pump or Dual Fuel. When the outdoor temperature rises
above the balance point setting, the auxiliary electric heat or dual fuel furnace is
locked out and only the heat pump is used for heating. The factory default is
OFF. Touch the UP or DOWN arrows to select a high balance point setting.
Next
Back
Adjustable from OFF, 32° to 122°F
Remote outdoor sensor must be used
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REMOTE SENSOR INSTALLATION
REMOTE SENSOR TYPES
The T-32-TS can accommodate both an indoor and outdoor remote sensor. For
indoor applications, the T-32-RS2 remote sensor can be wired to the thermostat
SC and S1 terminals. Each sensor contains two thermistors wired in series with a
switch to select one or both sensors. This reduces the total number of sensors
required for series/parallel temperature averaging. Whenever an indoor remote
sensor is used, the thermostats internal sensor is automatically disabled.
The T-32-OTS outdoor remote sensor is wired to the SC and S2 terminals. The
outdoor sensor thermistor is housed in a waterproof encapsulation and is ideally
suited for ambient conditions ranging from -40 to 140°F and humidity levels of 5
to 95% RH (non-condensing).
T-32-RS2 INDOOR SENSOR INSTALLATION
Locate the sensor in the same manner as the thermostat. Mount the sensor 18”
away from any outside wall. Do not install the sensor behind doors, in corners or
other dead air spaces. Keep the sensor away from direct air flow, supply
registers or near sources of heat such as lamps and appliances. The maximum
wire length from the sensor to the thermostat is 300’.
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REMOTE SENSOR INSTALLATION
Use a separate 18-2 shielded cable for sensor wiring. Prior to wiring the sensor
to the thermostat, use an ohm-meter or multi-meter to measure the resistance of
the sensor. Measure at the end of the wires that will connect to the thermostat.
Confirm the resistance value (within 5%) to the temperature where the sensor is
mounted. Refer to the Temperature/Resistance Chart on page 41 of this manual.
Use a high quality, digital electronic thermometer to read the temperature at the
sensor. Remove the sensor cover and place the thermometer probe next to the
thermistor to verify an accurate reading. Disconnect power to the thermostat
when wiring the sensor to the proper sensor terminals. Strip only as much
insulation off of the wires as necessary to provide a good contact with the
terminals. The sensor is not polarity specific so either sensor lead may be
connected to either designated terminal on the thermostat. Refer to the T-32-RS2
installation guide for additional information.
T-32-OTS OUTDOOR SENSOR INSTALLATION
When the T-32-OTS is wired to the T-32-TS, it will display the outside air
temperature as well as control high and low balance points for heat pump or dual
fuel systems. Refer to the T-32-OTS installation guide for additional information.
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REMOTE SENSOR INSTALLATION
TEMPERATURE/RESISTANCE CHART
Temperature
(°F)
Resistance
(KΩ)
Temperature
(ºF)
Resistance
(KΩ)
30
34.6
70
11.9
40
26.1
80
9.4
50
19.9
90
7.4
60
15.3
100
5.9
NTC type 2 sensor - 10KΩ @ 77° F
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DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
DISPLAYED WITH OUTSIDE
AIR TEMPERATURE
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME
DAYS OF THE WEEK
DISPLAYED WHEN DST IS ACTIVE
(OPTIONAL OUTDOOR SENSOR REQUIRED)
TIME OF DAY
12 HOUR ONLY
WITH AM/PM
INDICATION
MONTH, DAY, YEAR
CLEAN SCREEN
WHEN TOUCHED, ALLOWS
30 SECONDS TO
CLEAN SCREEN
NO
WHILE THERMOSTAT
FUNCTION
FUNCTIONS ARE
LOCKED
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Outside Air Temperature
SET TEMPERATURE
OR OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
DISPLAY
Cool
Heat Set
PM
AM
DST
88/88/2088
FAHRENHEIT ONLY
Clean
Screen
LOCK ICON
DISPLAYED WHEN A
FUNCTION CAN NOT
BE ACCESSED OR
EXCEEDING A SET LIMIT
ERROR
Back
Automatic
Always On
Hold
Morning Day
Evening Night
Next
Heat 2 3
Cool 2
Auto OFF E. heat
FLASHING LOW BATTERY
INDICATOR WITH
AUDIBLE WARNING BEEP
PROGRAM
SPACE TEMPERATURE
FAHRENHEIT ONLY
FAN
USED TO SELECT
AUTOMATIC OR
ALWAYS ON
OPERATION
USED TO PROGRAM EVENTS
IN PROGRAMMABLE
MODE
UP AND DOWN ARROWS
USED TO SET TEMPERATURE,
TIME, DAY, MONTH, YEAR
AND OTHER VALUES
MODE
USED TO SELECT
HEAT, COOL, AUTO,
OFF OR E. HEAT
ALSO DISPLAYS
HEATING AND COOLING STAGES
MODE BLINKS WHEN COMPRESSOR
TIME DELAY IS ACTIVE
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TESTING
FAN OPERATION
Touch Mode until the word OFF is displayed. Touch FAN until the words Always
On appear. After a brief moment, the internal fan relay ‘G’ will energize and the
system fan should operate. Touch FAN again until the word Automatic appears.
After a brief moment, the internal fan relay will de-energize and the system fan
will shut off.
CONVENTIONAL HEATING
Touch Mode until the word Heat appears. Touch the UP arrow and raise the
setpoint above the space temperature and the first stage differential. After a brief
moment, the internal heating relay ‘W1’ will energize and the heating system
should operate. The word Heat will flash continuously. If the thermostat has been
configured for two stage heating, raise the setpoint above the second stage
differential and Heat 2 will flash indicating the ‘W2’ heating relay is energized.
Touch Mode until the word OFF is displayed.
CONVENTIONAL COOLING
Touch Mode until Cool appears. Touch the DOWN arrow and lower the setpoint
below the space temperature and the first stage differential.
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TESTING
Note: On a call for cooling, the thermostat activates a 3 minute time delay before
the cooling relay ‘Y1’ is energized. Mode will flash to indicate the thermostat is in
time delay. After the time delay, the internal fan ‘G’ and cooling relay ‘Y1’ will
energize. The word Cool will flash. If the thermostat has been configured for two
stage cooling, lower the setpoint below the second stage differential and Cool 2
will flash indicating the ‘Y2’ cooling relay is energized. Touch Mode until the word
OFF is displayed.
CONVENTIONAL HEAT PUMP
When the T-32-TS is configured for conventional heat pump operation, testing is
the same as a heating and cooling system with the exception that a 3 minute
time delay is activated before the ‘Y1’ compressor relay will energize on a call for
heating or cooling. Mode will flash to indicate the thermostat is in time delay.
Depending on the mode of operation and equipment configuration, Heat or Cool
will flash when the ‘Y1’ compressor relay is energized. Heat 2 or Cool 2 will flash
when the ‘Y2’ compressor relay is energized. Heat 2 3 will flash when the
auxiliary ‘W1’ relay is energized. E.Heat will flash when the mode is set to
emergency heat. After testing, touch Mode until the word OFF is displayed.
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TESTING
DUAL FUEL
When the T-32-TS is configured for dual fuel operation, testing is the same as a
heating and cooling system with the exception that a 3 minute time delay is
activated before the ‘Y1’ compressor relay will energize on a call for heating or
cooling. Mode will flash to indicate the thermostat is in time delay. Depending on
the mode of operation and equipment configuration, Heat or Cool will flash when
the ‘Y1’ compressor relay is energized. Heat 2 or Cool 2 will flash when the ‘Y2’
compressor relay is energized. Heat 3 will flash when the auxiliary ‘W1’ relay is
energized. E.Heat will flash when the mode is set to emergency heat. Whenever
the thermostat calls for auxiliary heat, the heat pump compressor or compressors
will be de-energized and the auxiliary heat will remain on until the call is satisfied.
LOW BALANCE POINT (Heat Pump or Dual Fuel)
When an outdoor sensor is used with the T-32-P, Installer Option 16 allows you
to select a low balance point temperature. When the outdoor temperature falls
below the low balance point setting, a call for heat from the thermostat
automatically energizes the ‘W1’ relay and bypasses the ‘Y1’ compressor relay.
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TESTING
To test the low balance point setting, set Option 16 above the displayed outdoor
temperature and force a call for heating. Only the auxiliary heat relay ‘W1’ should
energize. After testing, reset the low balance point setting to a normal operating
range.
HIGH BALANCE POINT (Heat Pump or Dual Fuel)
High balance point is designed to prevent the auxiliary heat ‘W1’ relay from
energizing when the outdoor temperature is above the balance point setting. To
test the high balance point setting, set Option 17 below the displayed outdoor
temperature and force a call for auxiliary heat. Only the compressor ‘Y1’ and/or
‘Y1’ and ‘Y2’ should energize. If the thermostat is placed in the E.Heat
(emergency heat) mode, the ‘W1’ relay will energize. After testing, reset the high
balance point setting to a normal operating range.
ADAPTIVE RECOVERY
Adaptive Recovery is only available in programmable mode (Installer Option 01 =
7) The Adaptive Recovery function of the T-32-TS permits the user to program a
time that a desired set temperature is required. The thermostat then calculates
the most energy efficient time to bring on the equipment to reach the setpoint at
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TESTING
designated time. The thermostat will start cooling or heating 1F for every 5
minutes before the next period. The maximum recovery time is 40 minutes.
PROGRAMMABLE FAN
Programmable Fan (Installer Option 04 = 0) is used to program the fan operation
along with the thermostat schedule. This is a very convenient feature that allows
selecting continuous (Always ON) or Automatic fan operation for each scheduled
event. When Programmable Fan is used, the fan operation can still be overridden
at the thermostat and will remain in the override mode until the next scheduled
event.
AUXILIARY CONTACTS
The Auxiliary Contacts (Installer Option 05) provide a selectable normally open or
normally closed dry contact output that works in conjunction with the
Programmable Fan feature when the thermostat is configured for programmable
mode. When the fan is in continuous (Always ON) mode, the auxiliary relay coil is
energized and de-energizes in Automatic mode. This feature can be used to
control peripheral devices such as an economizer or outside air damper.
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BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE FAULT AND REMEDY
No LCD display
If the thermostat is battery powered only, remove the battery
compartment and check to see that the positive (+) and negative (-)
ends of each battery are oriented properly. Also make sure that the
thermostat is securely attached to the subbase with no exposed
gaps.
Thermostat can not
be set for auto changeover
Installer Option 03 needs to be set to 0 to provide Heat/Auto/Cool/Off
operation or Heat/Auto/Cool/Emergency Heat/Off for heat pumps.
03 = 1 Manual Changeover (Heat/Cool/Off)
03 = 2 Heat Only (Heat/Off)
03 = 3 Cool Only (Cool/Off)
Temperature display
inaccurate
Air from wall cavity may be leaking into the rear of the thermostat.
Seal hole where wiring enters subbase to prevent air infiltration.
External influence from appliances, lighting or drafts may be affecting
temperature accuracy. Move lamps or other sources of heat away
from thermostat.
Thermostat not displaying
outdoor temperature
Check wiring at outdoor sensor and sensor terminals on subbase.
Outdoor sensor wires to terminals S2 and SC.
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BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE FAULT AND REMEDY
Heat or Cool is flashing
This is not a fault but indicates that the thermostat heating or cooling
relay is energized. Depending upon the equipment configuration,
Heat 2 or Cool 2 will also be displayed if a second stage is energized.
Heat 3 is also displayed for heat pumps having three heating stages.
Lock icon is displayed
when trying to set a higher
or lower temperature
This is not a fault. The thermostat heating and cooling limits are
preventing setting a temperature above or below the limit values.
These values can be changes in the Installer Menu.
07 = Cooling Limit. Factory default is 50° F. Adjustable from 43° F
to 122° F.
08 = Heating Limit. Factory default is 90° F. Adjustable from 41° F
to 120° F.
The fan continues to run
after a heating or cooling
call is satisfied
The thermostat fan mode may be set to Always On. Touch the fan icon
and change it to Automatic. When the T-32-TS is configured as a
programmable thermostat, the fan operation can be programmed for
Automatic or Always On with each event. If the Programmable Fan
feature is not required, set Option 04 = 1.
Some functions cannot be
changed and a padlock
icon is displayed
Lock values have been set. Refer to Installer Option menu 06. To
remove all lock values, set 06 = 0.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage (Hardwired)
Relay Rating
Battery Power
Operating Temperature
Operating Relative Humidity
Storage Temperature
Overall Size
LCD Display Size
Back Light
Short-cycle Delay
Displayed Temperature Resolution
Setpoint Range
Heating
Cooling
Heating and Cooling Limits
Onboard and Remote Sensors
Resistance
Tolerance
Warranty
20-30 VAC 50/60 Hz
24 VAC @ 1 Amp maximum per relay
(2) AA 1.5 V
32° F to 150° F
0-95% RH (non-condensing)
32° F to 150° F
5.5” W x 3.75” H x 1.312” D
4.125” W x 2.375” H
Blue LED
4 minutes
1° F
41° F - 120° F
43° F - 122° F
Fully adjustable
NTC type 2
10KΩ @ 77° F
+ / - 3% @ 77° F
5 years
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