Investigative Energy Audit For Tyonek Tribal Center

Investigative Energy Audit For Tyonek Tribal Center
Investigative Energy Audit
For
Tyonek Tribal Center
Prepared For
Native Village of Tyonek
August 30, 2017
Prepared By: Kevin Ulrich & Kelli Whelan
ANTHC-DEHE
4500 Diplomacy Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508
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Table of Contents
PREFACE ........................................................................................................................................................ 2
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 2
OVERVIEW..................................................................................................................................................... 3
ENERGY BASELINE ......................................................................................................................................... 3
Table 1: Predicted Annual Energy Use for the Tyonek Tribal Center........................................................... 3
PROPOSED ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES (EEM) ...................................................................................... 3
FACILITY DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................. 4
PROJECT FINANCING ..................................................................................................................................... 6
MEASUREMENT AND VERIFICATION ............................................................................................................ 7
Appendix A –Energy Billing Data ................................................................................................................... 8
Appendix B – Energy Audit Report – Project Summary ................................................................................ 9
Appendix C – Actual Fuel Use versus Modeled Fuel Use ............................................................................ 10
Appendix D - EUI Calculation Details .......................................................................................................... 11
Appendix E – Materials List and Labor Estimation...................................................................................... 13
Appendix F – Materials Specifications ........................................................................................................ 14
PREFACE
The purpose of this report is to provide guidance in reducing facility operating costs and
enhance the sustainability of this community. The report assesses the current energy usage of
the facility, provide options for reducing the amount of energy used, and evaluate the cost vs.
benefit of each option.
Discussions of site specific concerns, financing options, general facility information, and an
Energy Efficiency Action Plan are also included in this report.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The ANTHC Rural Energy Initiative gratefully acknowledges the assistance of President Arthur
Standifer, Tribal Administrator Sandi Kroto, and Tyonek Tribal Conservation District Program
Assistant Tonya Kaloa.
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OVERVIEW
This report was prepared for the Native Village of Tyonek. Annual Energy Costs by Fuel Type
The scope of the audit focused on the Tyonek Tribal
Center and includes an analysis of building occupancy
schedules, building shell, heating systems, heating and
ventilations systems, domestic hot water, lighting, and
other electrical loads. The Tyonek Tribal Center was
constructed around 1960 and is approximately 4,900
square feet. The building serves as a common area for
large community events and also houses the offices for the
Native Village of Tyonek.
ENERGY BASELINE
Based on unsubsidized electricity and fuel oil prices in
effect at the time of the audit, the total predicted energy
costs are $13,055 per year. This includes $6,809 for electricity and $6,246 for #1 fuel oil.
Table 1 lists the predicted annual energy usage before and after the proposed retrofits for the
Tyonek Tribal Center.
Table 1: Predicted Annual Energy Use for the Tyonek Tribal Center
Predicted Annual Fuel Use
Fuel Use
Electricity
#1 Oil
Existing Building
46,872 kWh
1,315 gallons
With Proposed Retrofits
32,996 kWh
1,041 gallons
Total Energy Savings
13,876 kWh
274 gallons
Total Cost Savings
$2,220
$1,302
PROPOSED ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES (EEM)
Table 2 below summarizes the energy efficiency measures analyzed for the Tyonek Tribal
Center. Listed are the estimates of the annual savings, installed costs, and two different
financial measures of investment return. All costs assume that local labor will be used with no
additional cost associated for travel or administrative tasks.
Table 2: Priority List – Energy Efficiency Measures
Priority
High
Feature
Setback
Thermostat: Tribal
Center
High
Other Electrical:
Coffee Maker
Improvement Description
Install new programmable
thermostats for the forced
air heating system and
program an unoccupied
temperature setback of
55 deg. F.
Unplug coffee maker at
the end of the day when
not in use.
Annual
Energy
Savings
$2,029
Installed
Cost
$1,000
Savings to
Investment
Ratio, SIR1
26.26
Simple
Payback
(Years)2
0.5
CO 2
Savings
11,369.3
$12
$20
4.52
1.7
184.7
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Priority
Medium
Feature
Lighting: Offices
Medium
Lighting: Office
Lights - Recently
Converted
Lighting: Common
Room Outer Ring
Medium
Medium
Above-Grade Wall:
Walls
Medium
Air Tightening
Low
Lighting: Hallway,
Office Lights
Low
Lighting: Office
Lights
Low
Heating and
Ventilation Systems
Low
Lighting: Restroom
Fluorescents
Low
Lighting: Storage
Room
Incandescents
Lighting: Basement
CFL 22W
Low
Low
Lighting: Basement
Incandescent 75W
Improvement Description
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Add spray foam insulation
to the rim joist of the
walls and in between the
logs within the structure.
The effects of this retrofit
are represented in both
the wall insulation and air
tightening categories.
Add spray foam insulation
to the rim joist of the
walls and in between the
logs within the structure.
The effects of this retrofit
are represented in both
the wall insulation and air
tightening categories.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Clean air furnace and tune
burners and fuel injection
for optimal operation.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
Replace with new, directwire LED equivalent
lamps.
TOTAL
Annual
Energy
Savings
$32
Installed
Cost
$300
Savings to
Investment
Ratio, SIR1
1.26
Simple
Payback
(Years)2
9.3
CO 2
Savings
251.1
$39
$360
1.26
9.3
301.3
$139
$1,440
1.13
10.4
1,084.8
$382
$7,983
1.06
20.9
2,139.0
$346
$3,000
1.04
8.7
1,938.5
$76
$1,080
0.82
14.2
591.8
$41
$720
0.66
17.8
316.3
$157
$2,000
0.47
12.8
2,832.2
$2
$120
0.22
53.6
17.5
$1
$80
0.19
63.5
9.8
$0
$20
0.18
64.4
2.4
$2
$40
0.18
26.1
12.0
$3,257
$18,163
2.35
5.6
21,050.7
FACILITY DESCRIPTION
Building Occupancy Schedules
The building is occupied from 9:00AM to 5:00PM five days per week as standard operating
hours for the offices. The building is also used on weekends and during some evenings for
community gatherings.
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Building Shell
The building is a log structure with a crawl space beneath the flooring. There is a central large
circular room with three wings of the building branching out from the center. The center room
is used as the common area of the center. Two of the three wings hold office space and
meeting rooms while the third wing holds a kitchen, restrooms, and storage. The wings all have
attic spaces while the center room has a high ceiling.
The building has 67 individual windows, each of which is double pane glass with wood framing.
There is approximately 1,053 square feet of window space in the building.
There are two entrances to the building. The center entrance is a set of wood double-doors
with half-lite windows. The side entrance is a single wood door at the end of one of the
building wings.
Heating Systems
The heating systems used in the building are:
Lennox Forced Air Heater
Fuel Type:
#1 Oil
Input Rating: 142,000 BTU/hr
Steady State Efficiency:
80 %
Idle Loss:
0.5 %
Heat Distribution Type:
Air
Electric Hot Water Heater
Fuel Type:
Electricity
Input Rating: 0 BTU/hr
Steady State Efficiency:
95 %
Idle Loss:
0 %
Heat Distribution Type:
Water
Boiler Operation:
All Year
Electric Heaters (5 total)
Fuel Type:
Electricity
Input Rating: 0 BTU/hr
Steady State Efficiency:
Idle Loss:
0 %
Heat Distribution Type:
95 %
Air
Domestic Hot Water System
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There is a 50-gallon hot water storage tank with the electric hot water heater. The heater is
manufactured by the American Water Heater Company and is rated for 4500 Watts.
Lighting
Table 3: Lighting Information in the Tyonek Tribal Center
Room
Common Room – Outer
Ring
Common Room – Main
Lights
Hallway, Office Lights
Office Lights – T12
Office Lights – T8
Office Lights – Recently
Converted
Basement CFL 22W
Basement Incandescent
Restrooms
Storage Room
Bulb Type
Fixtures
Bulbs per
Fixture
Annual Usage
(kWh)
Fluorescent T12 8ft. 96 W
12
2
2,371
LED 8 Watt Screw-in Lamps
11
1
174
Fluorescent T12 4ft. 40 W
Fluorescent T12 4ft. 40 W
Fluorescent T8 4ft. 32 W
Fluorescent T12 4ft. 40 W
9
5
6
6
4
2
4
2
1,577
523
980
628
Fluorescent CFL Spiral 23 W
Incandescent A Lamp 75 W
Fluorescent T12 4ft. 40 W
Incandescent A Lamp 40 W
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
4
14
26
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The Native Village of Tyonek has been in the process of adding energy efficiency upgrades to
this facility. There are office lights that have been recently converted to LED lamps. These have
been modeled as the original fluorescent lamps in order to accurately portray the building
during the time period that the electric usage data covers.
Electrical Equipment
Table 4: Major Electrical Equipment in the Tyonek Tribal Center
Equipment
Refrigerator – Common Room
Refrigerators (2) - Kitchen
Chest Freezer
Microwave
Coffee Maker
Bass Guitar Speaker
Karaoke Machine
Large Office Printers (2)
Office Computers (5)
Small Office Printer
Electric Range
Rating (Watts)
~ 225
~ 225 each
460
1,800
1,575
400
10
1,470 each
~ 250
27
~ 3,000
Annual Usage (kWh)
2,000
4,000
4,032
329
1,530
84
2
269
2,374
3
1,534
PROJECT FINANCING
The total estimated cost of the recommended EEM’s $18,163. The payback for the implemented EEM’s
is approximately 5.6 years. ANTHC is willing to assist the community with acquiring funds to complete
the scope of work recommended in this energy audit.
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There are several options for financing energy efficiency projects within the State of Alaska. These
include the use of grants, loans, and other funding opportunities. Below is some information on
potential funding opportunities.
Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Program – This is a loan administered by the Alaska Housing
Finance Corporation (AHFC) for use by any applicant who is also the owner of the building where the
work will take place. It provides a loan for permanent energy-efficiency projects with a completion
window of one year.
Sustainable Energy Transmission and Supply Program – This is a loan administered by the
Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) for a government, business, or other organized body of people. It
provides a loan for energy-efficiency or power transmission or distribution projects.
USDA-RD Communities Facilities Direct Loan & Grant Program - This is a loan or grant
provided by the US Department of Agriculture – Rural Development (USDA-RD) for any essential
community facility in a rural area. It provides a loan or grant to develop essential community facilities
with upgrades or equipment for improvement.
MEASUREMENT AND VERIFICATION
The results of these recommended measures can be measured through the collection of energy use data
through the monthly bills provided by the local electric utility and the local fuel oil supplier. Collecting
data and performing a historical comparison is the simplest method of validating the energy and cost
savings seen by the measures. Additionally, active remote monitoring systems are available that can
collect and store data regarding energy and fuel usage. These systems allow the user to track the usage
in real time and can be shared more easily with partners across the state.
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APPENDICES
Appendix A –Energy Billing Data
The table below shows the fuel and electricity data used during the energy modeling
process to confirm the accuracy of the energy distribution. Electricity data was obtained
from Chugach Electric. Fuel data was obtained from the Native Village of Tyonek and the
distribution was approximated for the energy audit.
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Fuel Oil Use (gallons)
238
190
155
69
35
5
5
5
25
145
200
235
Electricity Use (kWh)
7,520
5,840
6,600
4,520
1,640
880
880
1,400
1,760
2,080
4,080
7,560
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Appendix B – Energy Audit Report – Project Summary
ENERGY AUDIT REPORT – PROJECT SUMMARY
General Project Information
PROJECT INFORMATION
Building: Tyonek Tribal Center
Address: P.O. Box 82009
City: Tyonek
Client Name: Arthur Standifer
Client Address: P.O. Box 82009
Tyonek, AK 99682
Client Phone: (907) 583-2111
Client FAX:
Design Data
Building Area: 4,905 square feet
AUDITOR INFORMATION
Auditor Company: ANTHC-DEHE
Auditor Name: Kevin Ulrich and Kelli Whelan
Auditor Address: 4500 Diplomacy Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508
Auditor Phone: (907) 729-3237
Auditor FAX:
Auditor Comment:
Actual City: Tyonek
Weather/Fuel City: Tyonek
Design Space Heating Load: Design Loss at Space:
85,113 Btu/hour
with Distribution Losses: 85,113 Btu/hour
Plant Input Rating assuming 82.0% Plant Efficiency and
25% Safety Margin: 129,746 Btu/hour
Note: Additional Capacity should be added for DHW
and other plant loads, if served.
Design Indoor Temperature: 65 deg F (building
average)
Design Outdoor Temperature: -1.2 deg F
Heating Degree Days: 9,722 deg F-days
Utility Information
Electric Utility: Chugach Electric
Average Annual Cost/kWh: $0.145/kWh
Typical Occupancy: 0 people
Annual Energy Cost Estimate
Description
Existing Building
With Proposed Retrofits
Savings
Space Heating
$9,407
$6,536
$2,872
Water Heating
$277
$277
$0
Lighting
$889
$558
$331
Refrigeration
$845
$845
$0
Other Electrical
$1,431
$1,378
$54
Total Cost
$13,055
$9,798
$3,257
Building Benchmarks
EUI
EUI/HDD
ECI
(kBtu/Sq.Ft.)
(Btu/Sq.Ft./HDD)
($/Sq.Ft.)
Existing Building
68.0
6.99
$2.66
With Proposed Retrofits
51.0
5.24
$2.00
EUI: Energy Use Intensity - The annual site energy consumption divided by the structure’s conditioned area.
EUI/HDD: Energy Use Intensity per Heating Degree Day.
ECI: Energy Cost Index - The total annual cost of energy divided by the square footage of the conditioned space in the
building.
Description
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Appendix C – Actual Fuel Use versus Modeled Fuel Use
The graphs below show the modeled energy usage results of the energy audit process compared to the
actual energy usage report data. The model was completed using AkWarm modeling software. The
orange bars show actual fuel use, and the blue bars are AkWarm’s prediction of fuel use.
Annual Energy Use
200
Modeled
Actual
MMBtu's
150
100
50
0
Electricity
Natural Gas
Propane
#1 Oil
#2 Oil
Birch Wood Spruce Wood
Coal
Steam DistrictHot
Ht Wtr District Ht
Electricity Use
8000
Modeled
Actual
kWh
6000
4000
2000
0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
#1 Fuel Oil Use
250
Modeled
Actual
gallons
200
150
100
50
0
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
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Appendix D - EUI Calculation Details
Electricity for the residential, commercial, and public facilities is provided by the Chugach
Electric Association.
The average cost for each type of fuel used in this building is shown below in Table 5. This
figure includes all surcharges, subsidies, and utility customer charges:
Table 5: Energy Cost Rates for each Fuel Type.
Description
Average Energy Cost
Electricity
#1 Oil
Average Energy Cost
$ 0.16/kWh
$ 4.75/gallons
Table 6 shows the calculated results for the building Energy Use Index (EUI), which determines
the total energy usage for a type of building for comparison with other buildings of the same
type. This allows the user to determine the relative energy use of a building in relation to
others of the same type or use.
Table 6: EUI Building Calculations for the Tyonek Tribal Center
Energy Type
Electricity
#1 Oil
Total
Building Fuel Use per Year
46,872 kWh
1,315 gallons
Site Energy Use
per Year, kBTU
159,974
173,569
333,542
Source/Site
Ratio
3.340
1.010
Source Energy Use
per Year, kBTU
534,312
175,305
709,616
BUILDING AREA
4,905 Square Feet
BUILDING SITE EUI
68 kBTU/Ft²/Yr
BUILDING SOURCE EUI
145 kBTU/Ft²/Yr
* Site - Source Ratio data is provided by the Energy Star Performance Rating Methodology for Incorporating
Source Energy Use document issued March 2011.
Table 7 shows information on common energy use benchmarks used to characterize the efficiency of a
building.
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Table 7: Building Benchmarks for the Tyonek Tribal Center
Building Benchmarks
EUI
EUI/HDD
ECI
(kBtu/Sq.Ft.)
(Btu/Sq.Ft./HDD)
($/Sq.Ft.)
Existing Building
68.0
6.99
$2.66
With Proposed Retrofits
51.0
5.24
$2.00
EUI: Energy Use Intensity - The annual site energy consumption divided by the structure’s conditioned area.
EUI/HDD: Energy Use Intensity per Heating Degree Day.
ECI: Energy Cost Index - The total annual cost of energy divided by the square footage of the conditioned space in the
building.
Description
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Appendix E – Materials List and Labor Estimation
Table 8 & 9: Materials List and Cost Estimation for Tyonek Tribal Center EEM’s
Energy Retrofit
Required Materials
Quantity
Cost per
Item
Total Materials
Cost
Lighting – T8 4ft. Replacements
T8 4ft. LED equivalent
lamps
82
$15
$1,230
LED 10W Screw-in Bulbs
4
$25
100
24
$30
$720
1
$2000
$2000
Burner, Controls
1
$500
$500
Thermostats
1
$200
$200
Lighting – Screw-in Bulb
Replacements
Lighting – T8 8ft. Replacements
Air Tightening
Air Furnace Tuning and
Controls
Setback Thermostats
Category
Labor
Travel
Materials
Freight
Indirect
Total
T8 8ft. LED equivalent
lamps
Weather Stripping, Spray
Foam, Window Film
Cost ($)
8,322
3,050
4,750
713
1,683
18,517
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Appendix F – Materials Specifications
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Adjustable Backlighting
Cooling System Monitor
Heating System Monitor
Multi-Language
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°F and °C
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Air Filter Monitor
Humidifier Pad Monitor
UV Light Monitor
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O & B Terminals
Events per day
Remote Outdoor Sensor
Remote Indoor Sensor
Energy Efficient Recovery
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Security Key Pad
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User Guide
Programmable Thermostat
NOTE: Always keep the thermostat's vents clean and unobstructed.
Temperature
preset buttons
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Appears when the
setpoint is displayed
Time and day
Temperature
Set the day
Set the time
Operating
mode icons
Program the
schedule
Temperature
preset icons
Skip a period
Heating power
indicator
Select the
operating mode
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Periods
Connect the thermostat wires to the line wires and to the load
wires using solderless connectors for copper wires.
Temperature
adjustment
buttons
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Description
1.
2-wire installation
This programmable thermostat can be used to control an electric
heating system such as an electric baseboard heater, a radiant ceiling, a radiant floor, a convector, etc.
The thermostat cannot be used under the following conditions:
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The resistive load is greater than 16.7 A
The resistive load is less than 2 A
The system is driven by a contactor or relay (inductive load)
The system is a central heating system
4-wire installation
SUPPLIED PARTS:
•
One (1) thermostat
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Two (2) 6-32 screws
•
Two (2) solderless connectors
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Installation
2.
TURN OFF POWER TO THE HEATING SYSTEM AT THE MAIN
POWER PANEL TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
THE INSTALLATION MUST BE PERFORMED BY AN ELECTRICIAN.
All cables and connections must conform to the local electrical
code.
Special CO/ALR solderless connectors must be used when connecting with aluminum conductors.
Install the thermostat onto an electrical box.
Install the thermostat about 5 feet high, on an inside wall facing
the heater.
Avoid locations where there are air drafts (such as the top of a
staircase or an air outlet), dead air spots (such as behind a
door), or direct sunlight.
Do not install the thermostat on a wall that conceals chimney or
stove pipes.
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Push any excess wire back into the electrical box.
NOTE: If necessary, before re-installing the front component, configure the thermostat (see section 3).
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Return power to heating system.
The thermostat wires are not polarized; either wire can be connected to the load or to the power supply.
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3.
Configuration
The configuration switches are on the back of
the thermostat. The factory settings are indicated by the gray cells in the following table.
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
a
Early Start
Temperature / time format b
Cycle length
Not used
c
s
Off
On
°C / 24-hour
°F / 12-hour
15 seconds
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15 minutes
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a. Early Start can be used in Automatic mode only. When this function is enabled, the thermostat calculates the optimal time to start
heating in order to obtain the desired temperature by the set time.
The thermostat re-assesses the start time daily based on the previous day’s performance.
b. If you change the temperature display format, the preset
temperatures ( , and ) will return to their default settings.
c. 15-second cycles should be selected in most cases as it provides
better temperature control. 15-minute cycles must be selected if
you have a fan-equipped heater or if 15-second cycles causes
light flickering (especially in rural regions).
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4.
Power-up
Upon power-up, the thermostat is in manual mode ( ) and displays
the actual (ambient) temperature.
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Automatic - The temperature is set according to the programmed
schedule. To place the thermostat in this mode, press Mode until
is displayed. The icons of the current period and preset temperature
are also displayed.
Temporary Bypass: If you modify the setpoint (by pressing the
, ,
or button) when the thermostat is in automatic
mode, the new setpoint will be used until the end of the current
period. When the next period starts, the temperature set for that
period becomes the new setpoint.
Manual - The programmed schedule is not used. The temperature
must be set manually. To place the thermostat in this mode:
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Press Mode until
is displayed.
Set the temperature using the
t
,
,
or
button.
7.
Schedule
The schedule consists of 4 periods per day which represents a typical weekday. You can program the thermostat to skip the periods that
do not apply to your situation. For example, you can skip periods 2
and 3 for the weekend.
Description
Press the Day button to set the day.
Associated temperature preset
Wake
5.
Temperature Setting
Setpoint
The thermostat normally displays the actual temperature. To view the
setpoint, press the
or button briefly. The setpoint will appear for
the next 5 seconds.
To change the setpoint, press the
or
button until the desired
temperature is displayed. To scroll faster, hold the button.
Using a preset temperature
The thermostat has 3 preset temperatures:
Comfort temperature
Economy temperature
Vacation temperature
Leave
Return
Sleep
The Comfort ( ) temperature is used in periods 1 and 3 and the
Economy ( ) temperature is used in periods 2 and 4. For example,
when the period changes from 1 to 2, the setpoint automatically
changes from Comfort setting ( ) to Economy setting ( ).
You can have a different program for each day of the week; i.e., each
period can start at different time for each day of the week. The
thermostat has been programmed with the following schedule.
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
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6:00
AM
6:00
AM
6:00
AM
6:00
AM
6:00
AM
6:00
AM
6:00
AM
16.5°C (62°F)
8:00
AM
8:00
AM
8:00
AM
8:00
AM
8:00
AM
--:--
--:--
10°C (50°F)
6:00
PM
6:00
PM
6:00
PM
6:00
PM
6:00
PM
--:--
--:--
To use the Comfort or Economy temperature, press the
or
button respectively. The corresponding icon will be displayed.
10:00
PM
10:00
PM
10:00
PM
10:00
PM
10:00
PM
10:00
PM
10:00
PM
Period
Icon
Intended use
Comfort (when at home)
Economy (when asleep or away from home)
Vacation (during prolonged absence)
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6.
Operating Modes
Period
Press the Hour and Min buttons to set the thermostat’s clock.
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To store the Vacation temperature:
Set the desired temperature using the or button. Press and
hold both
and buttons simultaneously for approximately 3
seconds until the
icon is displayed. Press the Mode button.
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Factory setting
21°C (70°F)
To use the Vacation temperature, press both
and
buttons
simultaneously. The
icon will be displayed.
Storing a preset temperature
To store the Comfort or Economy temperature:
Set the desired temperature using the or button. Press and
hold the appropriate button ( or ) for approximately 3 seconds until the corresponding icon is displayed. Press the Mode
button.
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Setting
To modify the schedule:
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Press Pgm to access the programming mode. Period 1 is
selected.
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Press Day to select the day to program (hold for 3 seconds to
select the entire week).
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Press Hour and Min to set the start time of the selected period,
or press Clear if you want to skip the period (--:-- is displayed).
Press Pgm to select another period, or press Day to select
another day. Then repeat step 3.
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Press Mode to exit the programming mode.
NOTE: If no button is pressed for 60 seconds, the thermostat will
automatically exit the programming mode.
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8.
Power Outage
During a power outage, the settings are stored in memory. However,
only the thermostat’s clock must be re-adjusted if the power failure
lasts more than 2 hours. When power comes back, the thermostat
will return to the operating mode that was active prior to the power
failure.
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9.
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Thermostat is hot.
Heater is always On.
Thermostat indicates
that heating is On, but
the heater is not On.
SOLUTIONS
This condition is normal. Under normal
operation, the thermostat housing can
reach a temperature between 35°C (95°F)
and 40°C (104°F).
The thermostat has not been correctly
wired.
The thermostat has not been correctly
wired.
The thermostat is exposed to air draft.
Eliminate the draft.
The sticker on the thermostat’s screen has
not been removed.
The thermostat was without power for
Wrong time is displayed.
more than 2 hours.
Check that the thermostat is in Automatic
Temperature does not
change according to the mode. Check the schedule and clock setprogrammed schedule. tings.
The thermal protection device on the
Display disappears and
heater is open. This can happen after a
reappears after a few
power failure or if the heater is obstructed
minutes.
by furniture or curtains.
The heating system is less than the
Display looks faded
when heating is actirequired minimum load. This thermostat
vated
cannot be used below that rating.
Wrong temperature is
displayed.
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Technical Specifications
Power: 120/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Minimum load: 2 A (resistive only)
500 W @ 240 VAC
250 W @ 120 VAC
Maximum load: 16.7 A (resistive only)
2000 W @ 120 VAC
4000 W @ 240 VAC
Display range: 0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F)
Display resolution: 0.5°C (1°F)
Setpoint range: 5°C to 30°C (40°F to 86°F)
Setpoint interval: 0.5°C (1°F)
Storage: -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 120°F)
Approval: c UL us
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11.
Warranty
Aube warrants this product, excluding battery, to be free from defects
in the workmanship or materials, under normal use and service, for a
period of three (3) years from the date of purchase by the consumer.
If at any time during the warranty period the product is determined to
be defective or malfunctions, Aube shall repair or replace it (at Aube's
option).
If the product is defective,
(i) return it, with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase, to
the place from which you purchased it, or
(ii) contact Aube. Aube will make the determination whether the
product should be returned, or whether a replacement product can
be sent to you.
This warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs. This
warranty shall not apply if it is shown by Aube that the defect or malfunction was caused by damage which occurred while the product
was in the possession of a consumer.
Aube's sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product
within the terms stated above. AUBE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING,
DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FROM ANY BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF
THIS PRODUCT. Some provinces and states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this limitation may not apply to you.
THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY AUBE
MAKES ON THIS PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS
HEREBY LIMITED TO THE THREE-YEAR DURATION OF THIS
WARRANTY. Some provinces and states do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not
apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other
rights which vary from province or state to another.
12.
Customer Assistance
If you have any questions about the product installation or operation,
or concerning the warranty, contact us at:
705 Montrichard
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
J2X 5K8
Canada
Tel.: (450) 358-4600
Toll-free: 1-800-831-AUBE
Fax: (450) 358-4650
Email: [email protected]
For more information on our products, go to
www.aubetech.com
®
As an ENERGY STAR partner, Aube Technologies has
determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR
guidelines for energy efficiency.
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POWER CONSUMPTION:
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