Lux Products KONO, KN-S-MG1-B04 Owner's manual

Lux Products KONO, KN-S-MG1-B04 Owner's manual
Smart
THERMOSTAT
Installation Manual
Thanks for inviting KONOTM into your home. The setup process is easy.
All you need to do is follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your
way to saving energy and making your home even more comfortable.
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LUX Products offers installation and product videos
Please visit LuxProducts.com/videos or visit our YouTube channel
LUX Products Corporation. To contact LUX Technical Support please call
856.234.8803.
Para ver estas instrucciones en español, por favor visite
LuxProducts.com/KONOmanualsSP
1. START HERE
What’s in the box?
KONO Smart
LUX Power BridgeTM
Trim Plate
Screws
Wall Anchors
Wiring Labels
Phillips Screwdriver
Optional: Wire Stripper
Tools Needed
Drill
Smartphone
Table of Contents
1. Start Here.......................................................................................2-6
2. Installing with a C-Wire................................................................7-10
3. Installing without a C-Wire.........................................................11-14
4. Connecting to the Network........................................................15-19
5. Appendix....................................................................................20-23
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Press the knob when the thermostat is idle to
view the menu. Rotate the knob to select an
option and press again to confirm.
System Mode
Installation
Settings
Fan Mode
Network
Connection
Run Schedule
System
Preparing
For more information about
installation settings, please visit
LuxProducts.com/KONOmanual
Behind KONO’s Décor-snapTM cover you will see a small, removable
“quick guide” to installation and an icon-key label. The icons represent
the display icons of your KONO Smart. You will also find important
information for HomeKitTM and WiFi setup.
This manual is a comprehensive guide to installation and wiring.
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1. START HERE
Step 1.1: Download the LUX Products App to your mobile device and
create an account.
Step 1.2: Now set your phone aside and turn off the power
at the circuit breaker to both your heating and cooling
systems before performing any wiring.
Step 1.3: Confirm that your heating and cooling system is powered
down by changing the temperature on your thermostat.
Hint: Your system should not make any noise and you should not feel
any air exiting your vents.
Step 1.4: Remove the front of your old thermostat
from its base. If you see thick black wires, wire
nuts, or any labels that say 120-240VAC or High
Voltage, your system is not compatible with KONO
HIGH
Smart. Please call LUX Technical Support at
VOLTAGE
856.234.8803 before proceeding with your
installation. If you do not see any high voltage labels
or wires, you can continue with your installation.
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Step 1.5: Use the included wire labels to mark which wire is connected
to each terminal in your old thermostat. Take a picture of your current
wiring layout – it may be helpful to reference this picture later.
Step 1.6: Confirm if you have a C-Wire. If you do, please turn to the
next page. If you do not, please skip ahead to page 11.
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INSTALLATION WITH
2. C-WIRE
Installing with a C-wire
STOP
Before starting
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker to
both your heating and cooling systems before
performing any wiring. You will not need the
included LUX Power Bridge.
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Installation with C-wire
Step 2.1: Identify your system configuration (see wiring diagrams in
appendix). Potential configurations include:
• Conventional 1H/1C (Y, G, W, R, C)
• Conventional 2H/1C (Y, G, W, W2, R, C)
• Heat Pump Single-Stage (Y, G, R, O/B, C)
• Heat Pump with auxiliary heat or dual fuel (Y, G, R, O/B, W, C)
If you have only one R wire, please use the RH terminal. If you have a
different configuration other than what is listed above, please call LUX
Technical Support for help with your installation.
Step 2.2: Remove each wire from its terminal – make sure that they
don’t fall down back into the wall.
Step 2.3: Remove the mounting screws from the base of the old
thermostat. Remove the base from the wall.
Step 2.4: If you would like to use the trim plate or wall anchors,
you can install them now.
Step 2.5: Separate KONO Smart from its
base. Pull the wires from your wall through
the center hole of the KONO Smart base.
Secure the base to the wall using the
included mounting hardware.
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INSTALLATION WITH
2. C-WIRE
Option 1 - Conventional (furnace) Systems:
Step 2.6f: Following the terminal labels
marked “Conventional” on the thermostat
base, press the lever and insert each
labeled wire into the top hole of the
corresponding terminal.
CONVENTIONAL C
HEAT PUMP C
POWER BRIDGE 1 4
W1 W2
W1 OB
2
Step 2.7f: If you have both an RC and RH wire present, then remove the
red cap next to the reset button. You can now skip ahead to step 2.8.
Option 2 - Heat Pump Systems:
Step 2.6hp: Following the terminal labels
marked “Heat Pump” on the thermostat base
and referencing your wiring photo, press the
C W1 W2
lever and insert each labeled wire into the top CONVENTIONAL
HEAT PUMP C W1 OB
POWER BRIDGE 1 4 2
hole of the corresponding terminal.
If your old thermostat did not have a W1 wire but did have a W2 wire,
please insert the W2 wire into the W1 terminal.
Step 2.7hp: If you have both an O wire and a B wire
(i.e. in a Trane system), please install the B wire to the “C” terminal.
For more detailed directions, please see the wiring diagrams in the
appendix or call LUX Technical Support.
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Installation with C-wire
Step 2.8: Securely fasten KONO Smart onto its base. Once it has clicked
into place, return power to your heating and cooling system.
Step 2.9: After your thermostat powers up, you are ready to configure
KONO Smart for your heating and cooling system and connect to a
wireless network.
Please skip ahead to the “Connecting to the Network” section of this
manual on page 15.
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INSTALLATION WITHOUT
3. C-WIRE
Installing without a C-Wire
Using the Included LUX Power Bridge
1. Install and wire
your KONO
2. Install LUX Power Bridge
at your furnace
For installation without C-wire,
you will need to access your furnace.
STOP
Before starting
Turn off the power at the circuit breaker to
both your heating and cooling systems before
performing any wiring.
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Installation without C-wire
Hint: helpful videos showing how to wire a thermostat with the LUX
Power Bridge are available at LuxProducts.com/videos
Step 3.1: Starting at your thermostat, confirm that you have one of the
system configurations listed below:
• Conventional 1H/1C (Y, G, W, R)
• Conventional 2H/1C (Y, G, W1, W2, R)
If you have a different configuration other than what is listed above,
please call LUX Technical Support for help with your installation.
Step 3.2: Remove each wire from its terminal – make sure that they do
not fall down back into the wall.
Step 3.3: Remove the mounting screws from the base of the old
thermostat. Remove the base from the wall.
Step 3.4: If you would like to use the trim plate or wall anchors, you can
install them now.
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INSTALLATION WITHOUT
3. C-WIRE
Step 3.5: Separate KONO Smart from its base.
Pull the wires from your wall through the center
hole of the KONO Smart base. Secure the base to
the wall using the included mounting hardware.
Step 3.6: Following the terminal labels marked
“Power Bridge” on the thermostat base,
press the lever and insert each labeled wire
into the top hole of the corresponding
terminal. Connect as follows:
• Y Wire  Terminal 1
• W Wire  Terminal 2
• R Wire  Terminal 3
• G Wire  Terminal 4
CONVENTIONAL C
HEAT PUMP C
POWER BRIDGE 1 4
W1 W2
W1 OB
2
Step 3.7: Securely fasten KONO Smart
onto its base.
Step 3.8: Go to your furnace – remove the door
or panel and locate your control board or transformer. In most cases,
there should be four wires running from the furnace to your thermostat
– Y, G, W, and R. If you have additional wires, leave them as is.
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Step 3.9: i) Matching the letters, label the wires connected to your
furnace with the included white Power Bridge wire
labels. Take a picture of the wiring at your control board.
ii) Disconnect these wires from the control board.
iii)Open the Power Bridge and insert each of your old wires
into the corresponding numbered terminals in the Power
Bridge.
iv)Finally, insert the Power Bridge wires (with the colored
labels) into the corresponding terminals on your furnace
control board.
i)
Furnace
))
G
G
((
4
4
Furnace
iii)
iv)
Furnace
)
G
4(
YY GG WW RR CC
YYY GGG WW
W RRR CCC
Y
G
W
R
C
3(R)
3(R)
3(R)
3(R)
CC
2(W)
2(W)
2(W)
2(W)
4(G)
4(G)
4(G)
4(G)
1(Y)
1(Y)
1(Y)
1(Y)
3(R)
3(R)
4(G)
2(W)
2(W)
2(W)
4(G)
4(G)
)
1(Y)
1(Y)
1(Y
1(Y)
1(Y)
3(R)
C
YY GG WW RR CC
ii)
1(Y)
2(W)
4(G)
C
3(R)
Step 3.10: Secure the LUX Power Bridge to your furnace. If you had to
remove a panel or door to access your control panel, replace it now.
Step 3.11: Return power to your heating and cooling system. If your
system, including your thermostat, does not power up please call LUX
Technical Support.
After KONO Smart powers up, you are ready to configure it for your
heating and cooling system and connect to a wireless network.
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CONNECTING TO THE
4. NETWORK
Connecting to the Network
Step 4.1: After your thermostat powers up, it will guide you through the
initial system configuration. Use the knob to change options and press
the knob to confirm your selection.
First you will need to set your system type
(F) for Furnace or Boiler
(HP) for Heat Pump
then
then
Set the fan type to Gas
Set the valve type to O or B –
(most common), Electric
look at the photo of your wiring
(for systems without gas or oil),
to see which you have
or Boiler (no fan)
Note: For advanced settings please visit LuxProducts.com/KONOmanual
or call LUX Technical Support.
Step 4.2: After confirming your system
settings, KONO Smart will ask if you
would like to connect to the network.
Select “ON” to begin connection or
“OFF” to connect later. If you wish to
connect, please make sure that you have downloaded the LUX Products
App to your smartphone and created an account.
Hint: If you are having trouble, please see our instructional video at
LuxProducts.com/videos
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Step 4.3: After selecting “ON”, KONO
Smart will display “01”. You will then
need to select “iOS” if you are using an
Apple® device or “And” if you are using
an Android® device.
Step 4.4: After selecting “iOS” or “And”,
your thermostat will display a large
“02”, then “03”. Remove your DécorsnapTM cover.
SCALE 1:1
Ex
am
ple
2D QR-CODE format rules:
(The QR-CODE Information (Both QR code & Text including “KONO3” & “DDMMYYV”)
KONO3
DDMMYYV
QR-COD
MUST same as the QR-CODE Label on the PCB)
1. Format: DDMMYYXXXXXX.
2. 1th to 6th digits are the date code, where YY is year, MM is month and DD is day.
e.g. 9th Mar. 2015, YY=15(year), MM=03(month), DD=09(day)
3. 7th to 12th digits are the serial number in numeric characters. The serial number should be reset to 000001 for e
different date code. e.g. XXXXXX=000001
4. KONO3 and DDMMYYV should be put underneath the 2D QR-CODE, where YY is year, MM is month, DD is day a
version of the product which refers to ID_CODE2 in SAP BOM.
e.g. 9th Mar. 2015, version of product is A; i.e. DDMMYYV=090315A; Font and font size is Arial 5pt.
Example: (For Reference only)
COOL
ON
123-45-678
WIFI Name:
LUX KONO-1a-24
WIFI Password:
12345678
KONO3
260517A
HomeKit
Code
Android
WiFi Code
Press the knob when the thermostat is idle to
view the menu. Rotate the knob to select an
100.0 mm
System Mode
Fan Mode
Network
DIMENSIONS INRun
MM.
GENERALSystem
TOLERANCES: LINEAR: +/- 0.2
Schedule
Preparing
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TITLE: HOMEKIT LABEL
MODEL: KONO3
P/N: N/A
DRAW BY: Dickson Lo / 26 May 2017
APPROVED BY: Joyce Lee / 26 May 2017
FILE: KONO3_ART03A_HOMEKIT_LABEL
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CONNECTING TO THE
4.NETWORK
iOS® (iPhone® or iPad®)
Open your LUX App, tap the + icon to add a new accessory, then select
the accessory ID that starts with LUX KONO to start the connection
process.
Follow the instructions in the App.
If you need to cancel the joining process at any time, simply press and
hold the knob for 5 seconds.
Locate your accessory’s HomeKit Code under the Décor-snap cover.
When prompted, use your iPhone or iPad’s camera to scan the code.
After the App scans the code, your App and thermostat will handle the
remaining steps in the connection process.
COOL
ON
When you see the thermostat’s idle screen, it
means you are connected. You can now replace the
Décor-snap cover.
To control this HomeKit-enabled accessory, iOS 10.3 or later is
recommended.
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ANDROID®
Open your LUX App, tap the + icon to
add a new thermostat. When prompted
by the LUX App, please use your phone’s
WiFi settings to join your LUX KONO’s WiFi
network. The network name and password
can be found under the Décor-snap cover.
After connecting your thermostat to the
network, please return to the App and
select your home WiFi network from the
list and enter your password.
Please make sure your phone reconnects to your home WiFi network
and then return to the LUX App. From this point your thermostat and
App will handle the remaining steps in the connection process.
COOL
ON
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When you see the thermostat’s home screen, it
means you are connected. You can now replace the
Décor-snap cover.
CONNECTING TO THE
4.NETWORK
Congratulations!
Installation is complete and your KONO is ready to go. Now let’s save
some energy and make your home more comfortable.
Personalize your KONO Smart.
It’s more than a thermostat, it’s décor! Match KONO to your style by
simply changing the Décor-snap cover. Check out our wide variety of
designer colors and finishes at LUXProducts.com/shopcovers.
Hibiscus
Red
Sea
Green
Deep
Blue
Midnight
Black
Wood
Grain
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Power Bridge
Heat Pump
Convenonal
Conventional System With C-Wire Wiring Diagram
Transformer
C
C
4
HEAT (STAGE 1)
W1
W1
2
HEAT (STAGE 2)
W2
O/B
FAN
G
G
COOL
Y1
Y1
RC
RC
RH
RH
Thermostat
Furnace
1
3
Notes:
• The W2 terminal is used for 2 stage heating systems only
• If you have both an RH and RC wire, please remove the red cap from the back of
the thermostat
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5. APPENDIX
Power Bridge
Heat Pump
Convenonal
Heat Pump System With C-Wire Wiring Diagram
Transformer
C
C
4
AUX / EMER Heat
W1
W1
2
CHANGEOVER VALVE
W2
O/B
FAN
G
G
COOL
Y1
Y1
RC
RC
RH
RH
Thermostat
Heat Pump
1
3
Notes:
• The W1 terminal is used for Auxiliary/Emergency heat or on Dual Fuel systems
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Power Bridge
LUX Power Bridge
Heat Pump
Convenonal
LUX Power Bridge Wiring Diagram
COOL
Furnace
FAN
HEAT (STG 1)
TRANSFORMER
COMMON
HEAT STG2
Y
G
1
W
2
R
3
C
4
1(Y)
2(W)
3(R)
4(G)
C
C
4
W1
W1
2
W2
O/B
G
G
Y1
Y1
RC
RC
RH
RH
Thermostat
1
3
Notes:
• If you have a heat pump or dual transformer system, please call LUX Tech support.
• If you have any wires on your furnace not shown here, please leave them as is.
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5. APPENDIX
Apple HomeKit™
Use of the Works with Apple HomeKit logo means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards.
Apple is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. HomeKit is a trademark of Apple Inc.
FCC Part 15C
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
IC RSS 210
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.
L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes: (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2)
l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en
compromettre le fonctionnement.
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Philadelphia, PA 19112 USA
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