Program Thermostat Owners Manual

·Program Thermostat Owners Manual
Model:PRG7372
LCD Display: Shows Time,Day,Temperature,Program Number,and
other feature information as required.
control and could cause shock or fire hazard. Do not short out terminals on gas
valve or primary control to test. Shorts or incorrect wiring will damage the
thermostat and could cause personal injury and/or property damage.
Selector Switches
Electric/Gas Switch (Fan Option)
Reviews filter usage
in hours and minutes.
Also resets filter
counter to zero.
Temperature Keys:
Keys for raising or lowering
temperature setting.
TEMP
Fan Switch: Fan
switch for Automatic
or Continuous fan
operation.
FAN
SYSTEM
cool off heat auto
ON
AUTO
K2
Front Door:
Cover keys Open with one finger from left or right.
Elec-Gas
Switch
ELEC
Soft touch programming
buttons (see below)
GAS
System Switch:
Switch:
System
Selector switch for
Selector
switchorfor
Cool,Off,Heat
auto.
Cool, Off, Heat or Auto
FEATURES
Structure of thermostat and explanation for the keypads
For entering
hour of day.
Overrides energysaving program
temperatures while
HOME
you are at home
TODAY
for the day.
Measures and displays
heating and cooling system
ENER
operating time for Today,
Yesterday,This Week,Last
Week,or Total. By monitoring
your energy usage, you can
program the thermostat to
optimize energy savings.
Automatically programs the
thermostat to its built-in
ENERGY STAR R compliant
program setting.
For entering
minute of day.
For entering day of week.
HOUR
MIN
DAY
PROG
AUTO
PROG
PROG
DAY
EMER
HOLD
/ RUN
Enters Program Mode
for reviewing and changing
weekday, weekend,or daily
programs.
Provides permanent temperature setting
by overriding stored programs. It also
Emergency
EMER
Mode. returns the thermostat to current program
Mode
control from manual override or Home
Today mode. Returns display to current
time and temperature.
Selects the day or days to
review or change in Program
Mode.
We are pleased you have selected one of our broad line of wall thermostats. Our
products are manufactured to high quality standards and are designed for years of
service.
Read This Before Installing Thermostat
OPERATION
YOUR THERMOSTAT REPLACES
Description
PRG7372
Heat Pump (No Aux. or Emergency Heat)
Yes
Heat Pump (with Aux. or Emergency Heat)
Yes
Standard Heat & Cooling Systems
Yes
Two Stage Heat & One Stage Cool
Yes
Standard Heat Only Systems
Yes
Millivolt Heat Only Systems– Floor or Wall Furnaces
Yes
Standard Central Air Conditioning
Yes
Gas or Oil Heat
Yes
Electric Furnace
Yes
Hydronic (Hot Water) Zone Heat-2 Wires
Yes
Hydronic (Hot Water) Zone Heat–3 Wires
No
This Thermostat will NOT control 110/220Volt systems.
IMPORTANT
1. Read the entire installation section of this Owner’s Manual thoroughly before you
begin to install or operate your Thermostat.
Figure 1. Electric/Gas Switch (Fan Option)
This thermostat is configured from the factory to operate a heat/cool, fossil fuel (gas, oil,
etc.), forced air system. It is configured correctly for any system that DOES NOT require
the thermostat to energize the fan on a call for heat. If you system is an electric heat or
heat-pump system that requires the thermostat to turn on the fan on a call for heat,
locate the ELEC/GAS switch on the back of the thermostat (see fig. 1) and switch it to
the ELEC position. This will allow the thermostat to energize the fan immediately on a
call for heat. If you are unsure if the heating/ cooling system requires the thermostat to
control the fan, contact a qualified heating and air conditioning service person. When the
thermostat is configured for Heat Pump, the thermostat will always power the circulator
fan on a call for heat in the HEAT mode. The ELEC/GAS switch must be set to match the
type of Auxiliary heat your system uses for proper operation in the EMERgency mode.
All wiring diagrams are for typical systems only. Refer to equipment manufacturers’
instructions for specific system wiring information.
Attach Thermostat Base to Wall
1. Remove the packing material from the thermostat. Gently pull the cover straight off the
base. Forcing or prying on the thermostat will cause damage to the unit.
2. Connect wires beneath terminal screws on base using appropriate wiring schematic
(see figs. 2 through 4).
3. Place base over hole in wall and mark mounting hole locations on wall using base as
a template.
4. Move base out of the way. Drill mounting holes.
5. Fasten base loosely to wall, as shown in fig. 1, using two mounting screws. Place a
level against bottom of base, adjust until level, and then tighten screws. (Leveling is for
appearance only and will not affect thermostat operation.) If you are using existing
mounting holes, or if holes drilled are too large and do not allow you to tighten base
snugly, use plastic screw anchors to secure subbase.
6. Push excess wire into wall and plug hole with a fireresistant material (such as
fiberglass insulation) to prevent drafts from affecting thermostat operation.
Mounting
Hole
This thermostat can be used for conventional or heat pump systems.
Please configure the thermostat according to Configuration Menu
before operation.
REMOVE THE MYLAR LABEL FROM THE LCD DISPLAY WINDOW.
INSTALLATION
2. All installation is normally performed at your thermostat.
ARMCHAIR PROGRAMMING
3. You can program your thermostat before installation by inserting the batteries and
following the instructions starting at the configuration menu. This can be done while you
relax in your favorite chair and is a very good way to familiarize yourself with all the
functions of your thermostat.
The following time and temperature settings are pre-programmed into the thermostat:
Temperature in ˚F (˚C)
Program Number
Time
Heat
Cool
1
6:00 am
68˚F(20˚C)
78˚F(26˚C)
2
8:00 am
60˚F(16˚C)
85˚F(29˚C)
3
4:00 pm
68˚F(20˚C)
78˚F(26˚C)
4
10:00 pm
60˚F(16˚C)
82˚F(28˚C)
COMPRESSOR PROTECTION
4. The thermostat provides a 4 minute delay after shutting of the heating or cooling
system before it can be restarted. This feature will prevent damage to your compressor
caused by rapid cycling. Note that this delay also applies to the heating system control. It
does not provide a delay when there are power outages. You can select the function on
or off at the configuration.
TEMPERATURE RANGE
5. This thermostat can be programmed between 45˚F and 95˚F (7˚C and 35˚C).
However, it will display room temperatures from 30˚F to 99˚F (0˚C and 37˚C). “HI” will be
displayed if the temperature is higher than 99˚F (37˚C), and “LO” will be displayed if the
temperature is lower than 30˚F (0˚C). This thermostat will automatically shut off in Heat
mode if the temperature rises above 73˚F (23˚C), and automatically shut off in Cool
mode if the temperature drops below 72˚F (22˚C).
NOTE: if the thermostat measures a temperature over 99˚F(37℃), ”HI” will be displayed
on the LCD. if the temperature is below 32˚F(0℃) and ”LO” will be displayed on the LCD.
POWER FAILURE
6. Whenever the main power is interrupted or fails, the battery power retains the
current time. This thermostat has permanent memory, although you will have to reset
your clock when there are power outages.
POWER SUPPLY
7. The thermostat shall be powered by 24 VAC and with batteries as backup.
BATTERY WARNING
8. Fresh alkaline batteries should provide about one year of service. However, when the
batteries become drained, “BATT” will alternate on the display with the current time.
When this message occurs, install 2 new AA batteries. You have approximately 1
minute to change the batteries and keep thermostat’s clock and program settings. Once
the batteries have become too low to ensure proper operation, your system will be
turned off, and the display will be cleared except for “BATT” flashing on the LCD display.
CAUTION: Once only the “BATT” only display occurs, the thermostat is shut down, and
your system will no longer operate. In this condition, there is no temperature
control of your dwelling. NOTE: The backlight will not function when the
thermostat is in low battery condition.
NOTE: If you plan to be away from the premises over 30 days, we
recommend that you replace the old batteries with new alkaline batteries prior to
leaving.
INSTALLATION
What You Need
This thermostat includes two #8 slotted screws and two wall anchors for mounting. To
install your thermostat, you should have the following tools and materials.
■ Slotted Screwdriver(s)
■ Small Philips screwdriver
■ Hammer
■ Electric drill and 3/16” bit
■ Two 1.5V (AA) size alkaline batteries (included)
CAUTION:
To prevent electrical shock and/or equipment damage, disconnect electric power
to system at main fuse or circuit breaker box until installation is complete.
Before removing wires from old thermostat's switching subbase, label each wire with the
terminal designation it was removed from.
1. Shut off electricity at the main fuse box until installation is complete. Ensure that
electrical power is disconnected.
2. Remove Old Thermostat: A standard heat/cool thermostat consists of three basic
parts:
a. The cover, which may be either a snap-on or hinge type.
b. The base, which is removed by loosening all captive screws.
c. The switching subbase, which is removed by unscrewing the mounting screws that
hold it on the wall or adaptor plate.
3. Remove the front cover of the old thermostat. With wires still attached, remove wall
plate from the wall. If the old thermostat has a wall mounting plate, remove the
thermostat and the wall mounting plate as an assembly.
4. Identify each wire attached to the old thermostat.
5. Disconnect the wires from the old thermostat one at a time. DO NOT LET WIRES
FALL BACK INTO THE WALL.
6. Install new thermostat using the following procedures.
WARNING
Do not use on circuits exceeding specified voltage. Higher voltage will damage
Mounting
Hole
Figure 2. Thermostat base
﹡
Reversing
Reversing
Fan
Valve
Valve
Relay
Energized in Energized in
Cool Mode
Compressor
Heat
Contactor
Emergency
Mode
Emergency
Heat
Relay
Aux
Heat
Relay
TRANSFORMER
(Class Ⅱ Current Limited)
Hot
120 VAC
24 VAC
Figure 3 Typical wiring diagram for single transformer heat pump systems
﹡
Reversing
Valve
Energized in
Cool Mode
Reversing
Reversing
Fan
Valve
Valve
Relay
Energized
Energized in
in
Heat
Heat, Emergency
Compressor
Compressor
Emergency
Mode
Contactor
Contactor
Mode
Aux
Heat
Relay
Limit or Safety
Switches
TRANSFORMER
(Class
Current Limited)
Emergency
Heat
Relay
24 VAC
Hot
120 VAC
Neutral
Figure 4. Typical wiring diagram for two transformer heat pump systems with NO safety circuits
﹡
Reversing
Valve
Energized in
Cool Mode
Reversing
Valve
Energized in
Heat,
Emergency
Mode
Fan
Relay
Compressor
Contactor
Aux
Heat
Relay
Limit or
Safety
Switches
Emergency
Heat
Relay
COMMON
24VAC
120VAC
Limit or
Safety
Switches
HOT
NEUTRAL
Auxiliary
The accessory relay scheme
Heating
is required when safety
Transformer
circuits exist in both systems
COMMON (Class
Limit or
Current Limited)
Limit or Safety
Safety
HOT
Switches
Switches
120 VAC
24 VAC
NEUTRAL
Heat Pump Transformer
(Class
Current Limited)
Figure 5. Typical wiring diagram for two transformer heat pump systems with safety circuits in
BOTH systems
Heat Pump Terminal Outputs
Refer to equipment manufacturers' instructions for specific system wiring information.
You can configure the thermostat for use with the following heat pump system types:
HEAT PUMP TYPE 1. Single stage compressor system; gas or electric backup. This
thermostat is designed to operate a single-transformer system. If you have a
two-transformer system, cut and tape off one transformer. If transformer safety circuits
are in only one of the systems, remove the transformer of the system with NO safety
circuits. If required, replace remaining transformer with a 75VA Class II transformer. After
disconnecting one transformer, the two commons must be jumpered together.
Use the terminal output information below to help you wire the thermostat properly for
your heat pump system. After wiring, see CONFIGURATION section for proper
thermostat configuration.
Heating System
1. Move system switch to heat mode. If the auxiliary heating system has a standing pilot,
be sure to light it.
2. Press to adjust thermostat setting to 2℉(1°C) above room temperature. The
heating system should begin to operate. The display should show “STG1”. However, if
the setpoint temperature display is flashing, the compressor lockout feature is operating
(see Configuration menu, item 5).
3. Adjust temperature setting to 4℉(2°C)above room temperature. If your system
configuration is set at MS2 or HP1, the auxiliary heat system should begin to operate
and the display should show “STG1+2”.
4. Press to adjust the thermostat below room temperature. The heating system should
stop operating.
Emergency System
EMER bypasses the Heat Pump to use the heat source wired to terminal E on the
thermostat. EMER is typically used when compressor operation is not desired, or you
prefer back-up heat only.
1. Press SYSTEM switch to select Heat mode. then press EMER key. “EMER” will show
on the display.
2. Press to adjust thermostat setting above room temperature. The Aux. heating system
will begin to operate. The display will show “STG1” “EMER” to indicate that the Aux.
system is operating.
3. Adjust temperature setting to 4℉(2°C)above room temperature. The auxiliary heat
system should begin to operate and the display should show “STG1+2”.
4. Press to adjust the thermostat below room temperature. The Aux. heating system
should stop operating.
Cooling System
1. Move SYSTEM switch to select the Cool mode.
2. Press to adjust thermostat setting below room temperature. The blower should come
on immediately on high speed, followed by cold air circulation. The display should show
“STG1”.
3. Press to adjust the temperature setting above room temperature. The cooling system
should stop operating.
CONFIGURATION MENU
INSTALLER/CONFIGURATION MENU
Step
Press
Button
Displayed
(Factory Default)
Press up or down
key to select
Comments
1
F
MS 2
SS1, HP1,HP2
Selects Single stage, Multi-stage,
or Heat Pump (Single stage)
System Configuration
2
3
4
5
6
F
F
F
F
F
(RECO)off
(SPAN)2
(BLIT)on
(SP2)2
(TEMP)F
on
1,3
off
1,3
C
Auto Recovery select
Span(one stage)
BackLight
Span(Two Stage)
Selects temperature display
°F or °C
7
F
HOUR(12)
24
Selects time format display
12hours or 24hours
8
F
COMP(OFF)
ON
Selects Compressor
Lockout OFF or ON
9
F
COOL(2)
1
This model must select 1
10
F
FACT(0)
1,2
Select 1,all the settings will
go back to factory default
The configuration menu allows you to set certain thermostat operating characteristics to
your system or personal requirements. Set SYSTEM switch to OFF, then simultaneously
press up and down keys to enter configuration menu. The display will show the first item
in the configuration menu. The configuration menu table summarizes the configuration
options. An explanation of each option follows. Press F key to change to the next menu
item. To exit the menu and return to the program operation, press Hold/Run Key. If no
keys are pressed within fifteen seconds, the thermostat will revert to normal operation.
1) Single Stage, Multi-stage or Heat Pump System Configuration
This control can be configured for Heat Pump or two stage heat/one stage cool
multi-stage operation. The display indicates “MS 2” (default for multi-stage mode). The
Multi-stage configuration can be toggled to “SS1”, or “HP1” by pressing the up or down
key. In Multi-stage configuration, EMER mode is useless. The “HP2” is no use.
2) Select Energy Management Recovery OFF or ON
Your thermostat is set from the factory to gradually recover the room temperature from
an energy saving program to your comfort program. Therefore, the thermostat may turn
your system on several minutes prior to your programmed time.
3) Fast or Slow Cycle Selection (one stage)
4) Select Backlight function OFF or ON
5) Fast or Slow Cycle Selection (two stage)
6) Select °F or °C Readout. When you change this parameter the programming resets
back to the default settings. All previous programming will be lost.
Changes the display readout to Centigrade or Fahrenheit as required
7) Selects time format display 12hours or 24hours
8) Select Compressor Lockout COMP OFF or ON
Selecting COMP ON will cause the thermostat to wait 4 minutes before turning on the
compressor if the heating and cooling system loses power. It will also wait 5 minutes
minimum between cooling and heating cycles. This is intended to help protect the
compressor from short cycling. Some newer compressors already have a time delay
built in and do not require this feature. Your compressor manufacturer can tell you if
the lockout feature is already present in their system. When the thermostat compressor
time delay occurs it will flash the setpoint for about four minutes.
9) This model must select 1
10) This model must select 1 to back factory Default
Setting Time And Day
Remove the mylar label covering the LCD display window before operating thermostat.
■ Initial display after power-up. The temperature will
update after a few seconds.
EXAMPLE: Set the Thermostat to the current time of 9:43 a.m. on
Saturday Refer to Figure at right
■ During time and day setting mode, the temperature
HOUR
and program display will go blank.
■ Press and hold to rapid advance to the current hour.
Tap to advance one hour at a time. Note the AM /PM
indicator, as the display will cycle through 24 hours.
MIN
■ Press and hold to rapid advance to the current
minute.
Tap to advance one minute at a time.
DAY
■ Tap to advance one day at a time.
■ When finished press to return to normal mode.
HOLD
/ RUN
After 15 seconds, the thermostat will return to normal
automatically.
Mon
AM
4
TEMP
Sat
AM
Sat
AM
TEMP
THERMOSTAT TERMINALS (HEAT PUMP)
SYSTEM
Heat Pump 1
L
Malfunction
C*
24 Volt(Common)
R
24 Volt Emergency (hot)
E/W1
Emergency Mode 1st stage
Auto Programming
Studies conducted by the Department of Energy estimate that
setting your thermostat back 10˚F (6℃) for two 8-hour periods
during winter can reduce your fuel bill by as much as 33%. By
setting your thermostat up 5˚F (3℃) for two 8-hour periods during
summer you can reduce your fuel bill up to 25%.
Your thermostat is capable of holding up to 4 separate programs
for each day of the week. You can program all weekdays, Monday
to Friday, to the same 4 programs as shown in the table, or each
weekday can have a different set of 4 programs. Similarly
weekend programs, Saturday and Sunday, can be the same 4
programs or each weekend day can have a different set of 4 programs.
Your thermostat is pre-programmed to meet the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy
efficiency. Note that it is easier to modify these programs than it is
to program the thermostat manually.
■ Press once. During Auto Programming, the
display will change as shown.
AUTO
PROG
■ The thermostat will be programmed for all 7 days
of the week as shown below.
Temperature in ˚F/℃
Sat Sun
AM
2
W2
HP 1 and Emergency 2nd stage
Y1
Heat and Cool mode 1st stage (compressor)
G
Blower/Fan Energized on call for Heat and Cool
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Set GAS/ELEC switch for Emergency mode
O
Energized in Cool Mode
B
Energized in Heat Emergency mode
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
﹡
Reversing
Valve
Energized in
Cool Mode
Reversing
Valve
Energized in
Heat,
Emergency
Mode
AM
PM
1 2
3 4
Heat
Relay
Stage 1
Compressor Fan
Contactor
Relay
Stage 1
HEAT
TEMP
Heat
Relay
Stage 2
II
Figure 5. Typical wiring diagram for single transformer multi-stage systems
CHECK THERMOSTAT OPERATION
Note:
To prevent static discharge problems, touch side of thermostat to release static
build-up before touching any keys.
If at any time during testing your system does not operate properly, contact a
qualified service person.
Fan Operation
If your system does not have a G terminal connection, skip to Heating System.
1. Turn on power to system.
2. Move FAN switch to ON position. The blower should begin to operate.
3. Move FAN switch to AUTO position. The blower should stop immediately
Program Number
Time
Heat
Standard
1
6:00am
68 ˚F
(20℃)
78 ˚F
(26℃)
2
8:00am
60 ˚F
(16℃)
85 ˚F
(29℃)
3
4:00pm
68 ˚F
(20℃)
78 ˚F
(26℃)
4
10:00pm
60 ˚F (16℃)
85 ˚F (29℃)
■ Refer to Manual Programming entering or changing the programs.
PROGRAMMING
Before programming or changing programs, use this Personal
Program Schedule to determine which times and temperature
Settings will best satisfy both your comfort and energy saving requirements. Use a
pencil so you can revise yours records each time you change your temperature settings.
■ 1st weekday program is displayed.
■ Program indicator(1) appears.
■ Mon to Fri indication appears.
Heating
DAY
Mon.
Tue.
Wed.
Thu.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Program1
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Program2
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Program3
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Program4
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Time
Temp
Sat
TEMP
■ Selects days Mon to Fri for same set of 4
programs each day.
■ Program indicator(1) is displayed.
■ 68℉ is displayed.
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
AM
1
■ Mon to Fri is displayed.
Step 3
HOUR
■ Press and hold until 6:00 is displayed.
■ Note AM/PM
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
AM
■ Press once to change temperature to 69℉.
■ Weekday program 1 is complete.
■ Press PROG to move to program 2,3, and 4
and follow the same steps.
Use
PROG
DAY
HOUR
MIN
to insert or change time and temperature
of other programs.
■ Selects weekend days Sat, Sun for same
set of 4 programs each weekend day.
■ Follow steps 2-4 to enter programs.
Similar to weekday programming.
PROG
HOUR
MIN
to insert weekend programs.
Individual Day Programming
To program an individual day with it's own program, first select day in the display, then
insert the desired times and temperatures.
Press
Display Reads
■ Mon to Fri are selected. Mon to Fri will have
PROG
Same programs.
DAY
■ Sat to Sun will have
Same programs.
PROG
DAY
■ Mon is selected, program for Mon only.
PROG
DAY
Use
to enter programs for Monday.
PROG
DAY
Similarly
HOUR
MIN
■Tue to Sunday can be selected.
PROG
DAY
Display the day to be programmed and use
PROG
DAY
HOUR
MIN
PROG
to view each period.
HEAT
TEMP
OPERATION
system
System Selector Switch
The System Selector Switch on the front of the thermostat determines
the Operating mode of the thermostat. You may select COOL, OFF,
cool off heat auto
HEAT, AUTO. In order to take full advantage of this thermostat’s
feature, we recommend using the AUTO mode. Refer to the Auto Season Changeover
information on Auto Season Changeover.
NOTE: Anytime you install or remove the thermostat from the wallplate, slide the System
Selector to the OFF position to prevent the possibility of a rapid system On-Off.
fan
Fan Switch
The Fan switch should normally be located in the AUTO position. The Fan
will be turned on along with normal operation of your system. In a normal
gas or oil furnace, the Fan will be turned on by your furnace after its warm-up on auto
delay. For electric heat, air conditioning, and heat pump operation, the Fan will turn on
with the system. To run the Fan on continuously, slide the Fan switch to the ON position.
Temporary Manual Override
To temporarily change the current set temperature without
affecting your program:
SET TEMP
1
■ Press and hold
or
enter Manual Override mode.
for less than 1 second to
HEAT
TEMP
to enter programs.
NOTE: Another approach to programming is to first program all weekdays Mon
through Fri and Sat and Sun as same programs. Then, display and change the
programs of only those days which will have different programs.
Reviewing Programs
Sat
■ Normal display of current time, day of week
temperature, and day of week.
.
PM
TEMP
Mon
AM
2
HEAT
3
HEAT
TEMP
Error Mode
■ Press
and
to change to your desired new temperature.
■ Press to RUN normal mode or wait 15 seconds for it to return automatically.
HOLD
/ RUN
■ The current program number will flash to signify the Temporary Override.
At the next program change, the Temporary Override is canceled, and the next
program temperature becomes the setpoint temperature.
NOTE: The Auto Season Changeover feature will not operate while the thermostat is in
Temporary Manual Override. Refer to the Auto Season Changeover feature for more
information.
NOTE: The Auto Season Changeover feature will not operate while the thermostat is in
permanent Manual Override. Refer to the Auto Season Changeover feature for more
information.
Auto Season Changeover
When the System Selector is in AUTO position, the thermostat will automatically
change between Heating and Cooling systems, depending on your program. We
recommend keeping your programmed heating and cooling temperatures at least 4˚F
(2˚C) apart to allow the Auto Season Changeover to occur when the appropriate
temperature span has been reached. There is a Temporary Override or Permanent
Override, however these overrides are not energy saving settings. Auto Season
Changeover will still function in Home Today mode, as this is a comfort setting.
For example, you may have the following temperatures programmed at a given time:
Heat Set Temp=68˚F, Cool Set Temp=78˚F
If the room temperature rises above 78˚F, then the thermostat will automatically change
to cool mode and turn on the air conditioner.
Likewise, the thermostat will automatically change to heat mode and turn on heat when
the room temperature falls below 68˚F.
HOME TODAY
This patent pending feature allows you to quickly and Temporarily Override your energy
saving program setting on days when you are normally away from home with one key
press.
■ Press to enter the Home Today override. The highest
HOME
program temperature for today will be selected from
TODAY
your programs in Heat mode and become the set
temperature. (In Cool mode, Home Today will select
the lowest program temperature for today to be the set
temperature.)
■ The display will alternate between “HOME” and the current time.
■ When pressed during the day, the thermostat will remain in Home Today mode
until the first program of the next day.
■If the system is changed between Heat and Cool modes (either manually or by
Auto Season Changeover) during the “Home Today” override period, the setpoint
temperature will be automatically update. It will automatically change from the lowest
cool program setpoint to the highest heat program setpoint.
■ Press to exit Home Today mode before the schedule ending time. ”HOME” is
HOLD
/ RUN
no longer displayed on the LCD screen, and the thermostat returns to the current
program.
■ You can manually change the setpoint temperature while in Home Today mode.
Refer to the Temporary Manual Override instructions. Manually changing the set
temperature while in Home Today mode will not affect the Home Today ending
time, However, the set temperature will not change automatically with a manual
or Automatic change between heating and cooling.
Energy Monitor
■ The Energy monitor feature measures and stores the
H
amount of time the heating and air conditioning system
ENER
operates. Usage can be displayed for Today (since 12
M
AM), Yesterday, This Week (since Monday), Last Week
(last Monday through Sunday), and Total (up to 999
Hrs). By monitoring your energy usage, you see how much the set-back periods
are saving, and you can test program adjustment to save even more. To review
energy usage, press to cycle through Today, Yesterday, this Week, Last Week,
and Total. Press again to return to normal mode, or wait 15 seconds for the
display to return to normal mode. You can also return to normal mode at any time
by pressing RUN.
■ For example: This LCD display shows Today’s usage to be 10 Hours, 26
HOLD
/ RUN
minutes.
■ Press and hold for 3 seconds to reset the Energy Monitor’s counters.
The display will blink, and counters will be cleared to zero.
NOTE: Clearing the Energy Monitor counter will also clear the Filter Monitor counter , as
Filter usage and Total Energy usage are the same. Also, clearing the filter Monitor
counter will clear ALL Energy Monitor counters as well.
Filter Monitor
Your thermostat also keeps a record of the number of hours
your filter has been in use. To maximize your system’s
performance and energy efficiency, change or clean your filter
regularly.
■ When the total system run time for heat and cool reaches
H
500 hours, you need clean or change your system’s filter,
“FILT” will continue to flash until the counter is set back to
M
zero.
■ Press to review total filter usage. The display will blink “FILT”
Then show the filter Monitor counter. After 15 seconds, the display will return to normal
mode, or you can hit RUN to exit immediately.
The Filter Monitor will display up to 999 hours and 59 minutes of usage. In this example,
the counter is at 410 Hours, 26 minutes.
■ To reset the Filter Monitor counter, depress FILTER for 3 seconds. The display will
blink, and the counter will be reset to zero.
NOTE: Clearing the Filter Monitor counter will also clear ALL Energy Monitor counters,
as Filter usage and Total Energy usage are the same. Also, clearing the Energy Monitor
counters will clear the Filter Monitor counter as well.
Auto Recovery
Auto Recovery calculates how early to turn your system back on, so that the room
temperature is already comfortable by the start of the comfort temperature program
period. Auto Recovery works in both Heat and Cool modes.
■When the thermostat is in Auto Recovery mode, the display will
alternate “RECO” with time, and the program indicator will flash.
■Auto Recovery can be disabled by sliding the Recovery switch
on the circuit board to disable.
■Auto Recovery will not operate if Permanent hold or Temporary hold is in operation.
■Auto Recovery can be canceled manually if HOLD is pressed during the recovery
process.
■Auto Recovery will be canceled and change to next period.
Details of Auto Recovery Operation:
■ Auto Recovery can be disabled by sliding the Recovery switch on the circuit board to
HEAT
2
HEAT
You may want to review the programs to see that the settings are compatible with your
lifestyle.
the DISABLE position.
■ Today is in operation.
■ Auto Recovery can be canceled manually if HOLD is pressed during the recovery
process. If a recovery process is canceled manually then the recovery process will not
start again until the next program period starts (an exception is that if time or program is
changed then the thermostat will check Auto Recovery conditions immediately).
■ Auto Recovery will be canceled and change to Home Today mode if HOME TODAY is
pressed during the recovery process.
Keyboard lock
The keyboard can be locked to prevent unauthorized changes
to the thermostat.
To lock or unlock the keyboard, press and hold hold/run Key
for 3 seconds. The keyboard is locked, when LOCK appears
on the display.
■ All keys are locked, Any time a key is pressed, LOCK will appear on the display for 1
second.
Backlighting
Your thermostat has an electroluminescent lamp that backlights the display for easy
viewing in the dark.
When any key is pressed the display is illuminated.
The display will remain illuminated for 8 seconds after the last key is pressed. This
allows the light to stay on if you need to operate several keys.
NOTE: If the thermostat is in Low Battery warning condition, the backlight will not
operate. Replace with 2 new AA alkaline batteries to restore the Backlight function.
Low Battery Warning
Your thermostat has a two-stage low battery warning system.
When the batteries are first detected to be weak, the first
stage low battery warning is indicated by “BATT” flashing on
the LCD display. At your earliest convenience, you need to
replace the batteries with 2 new AA alkaline batteries.
When the batteries become too weak for normal operation, the
thermostat enters the second stage low battery warning which
shuts down the thermostat. In this condition, “BATT” flashes
alone on the display, and the thermostat will turn your system
Off. Your system will remain off until the batteries are replaced.
NOTE: The thermostat will still keep the current Set Temperature and Filter run time in
memory until new batteries are installed. After confirming that new batteries have been
inserted, the thermostat will return to normal operation.
TEMP
1
TEMP
1
Step 4
■Continue pressing
TEMP
AM
PM
PROG
to view each day.
■ Press less than 1 second .
■ Set Temperature is shown above current room
temperature.
Program1
Program2
Program3
Program4
Time
Time
Time
Time
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Tue.
Time
Time
Time
Time
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Wed.
Time
Time
Time
Time
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Thu.
Time
Time
Time
Time
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Fri.
Time
Time
Time
Time
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Sat.
Time
Time
Time
Time
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Sun.
Time
Time
Time
Time
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Manual Programming
■ Your thermostat can be programmed for weekdays and weekends, or have unique
programs for all 7 days. Use Weekday/Weekend Programs or 7-day Programming to
enter or revise programs to match your Personal Program Schedule. The same steps
are used when entering programs for the first time, or revising programs entered during
Auto Programming.
■ Familiarize yourself with Manual Programming, so that you can easily modify your
programs as your comfort needs change. The example below demonstrates the Manual
Programming method.
NOTE:
1. The program time can be set in 10-minute increments, and remains the same for both
Heat and Cool programs.
2. The program temperature can be set in increments of 1˚F (1˚C).
3. The Heat setpoint can not be set higher than the Cool set point, and the Cool
set point can not be set lower than the Heat set point.
4. If the system selector is in AUTO mode, the current operating mode will be used for
programming.
5. After 15 seconds without a key press, the thermostat will return to normal display
mode.
6. When setting the program time, note the AM/PM indicator.
7. With the Auto Recovery will determine how early to turn your system on, so that the
room is comfortable at the programmed time.
Weekday/Weekend Programming
Weekday Programs
Press
Display Reads
■ Normal display of time, temperature,
and day of the week.
Step 2
1
HEAT
■Continue pressing
PROG
DAY
Mon
DAY
Mon.
PROG
DAY
AM
If you are armchair programming the thermostat, before you mount the face of the
thermostat, turn the system selector to the OFF position.
Reviewing the Current Temperature Setting
Current time and temperature.
Cooling
Step 1
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
TEMP
If the thermostat is unable to control your system due to an
unexpected battery problem, the thermostat will enter Error
Mode. In this condition, the thermostat flashes “E1”, “E2”, ”E3”
or ”E4” on the LCD display, and shuts off your system. To
correct this problem, replace the batteries with 2 new AA
alkaline batteries, even if you have recently replaced them.
Remove the battery, and then hold any key to release the
remaining charge. Re-insert the battery. You will need to
reprogram your thermostat and confirm normal operation.
If Error Mode returns, please call us for further information.
Mon
AM
1
HEAT
Mon
AM
1
HEAT
Lcd display
information
Lcd display
E1
Sensor Error
E3
No use
E2
System switch Error
E4
E2 memory Error
Warning Mode
If the SYSTEM MONITOR SWITCH is closed the thermostat flashes
“E5” on the LCD display.
information
Mon
AM
1
HEAT
Auto Shut Off
Your thermostat will automatically shut off in Heat mode if the room temperature rises
above 73˚F (23˚C). It will shut off in Cool mode if the room temperature drops below
72˚F (22˚C).
Note that if your system has malfunctioned and no longer responds to thermostat
controls, the Auto Shut-Off will have no effect.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Solution
SCRAMBLED OR
1. Remove clear mylar sticker.
DOUBLE DISPLAY
(numbers over
numbers)
NO DISPLAY
1. Check battery connections and batteries
2. Remove the battery, and then hold any key to release
the remaining charge. Re-insert the battery.
ENTIRE DISPLAY
1. Replace Batteries
DIMS
PROGRAM DOES
1. Check that the time is set properly to “AM” or “PM”
NOT CHANGE AT
2. Check that the thermostat is not in “HOLD” o r “ Home
YOUR DESIRE
Today” mode.
SETTING
3. Check for the correct day settings.
AUTO/FAN DOES
1. Move Elec/Gas selector to opposite position is in the
NOT TURN ON
correct position (“HEAT,”COOL” or “AUTO”)
2. The thermostat may be in the AUTO Mode. Look
for ”AUTO” on the LCD display. If the Heat and Cool
program temperature are close, then the thermostat
requires a larger room temperature change before
changing from Heat or Cool.
3. There may be as much as 4 minute delay before the
Heat or Cool system turns on. Wait and check.
(Compressor protection delay).
4. Check your circuit breakers and switches to ensure
there is power to the system.
5. Replace batteries.
6. Make sure your furnace blower door is closed properly.
7. If your system only uses 4-wires, be sure the jumper
wire is installed between the RC and RH terminals.
8. Check the position of the Furnace or Heat Pump selector
switches: Normal/O/B.
ERRATIC DISPLAY
1. Remove the battery, then hold any key to discharge the
energy. Then place the battery in again.
IF UNIT CONTINUES
1. Replace unit
TO OPERATE IN THE
OFF POSITION
THERMOSTAT
1. Replace unit.
PERMANENTLY
READS
“E1”,”E2”,”E3”, “E4”..
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