Instructions
Freedom
F100 Series
PSG
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Installing or Replacing Batteries
Inc.
To install or remove batteries
squeeze slotted tabs on top
and bottom of thermostat.
Pull cover straight off of base.
To replace cover, line up the
sides of the cover and the
base, and firmly press cover
onto base.
Co
R
FAN
AUTO
ECON
Slotted
Tab
FAN
NOTE: Even when hardwired,
the thermostat will NOT work properly
without the batteries installed.
MODE
FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY
Make sure batteries
are placed properly into
battery cradle.
FEATURES
Large easy to read backlit display
Manufactured by the makers of ACCUSTAT® controls
Flexible applications
Made in the USA
Permanent memory retention
Battery backup
Manual or Automatic changeover
ServiceWatch® filter, cooling, heating
Selectable separate cycle rate and differential in heating
and cooling
Programmable password protection
2 year warranty
Programmable economy setpoints, see page 7
Battery Replacement
WED
RETURN
REPLACE
FAN
TIME
ON
ECON
This device should be installed by a qualified
technician.
1. CAUTION: Make sure that power has been disconnected.
2. All wiring must comply with applicable codes and ordinances.
3. A thorough check-out of the system should be made after
installation is complete.
4. If retrofitting old thermostat, remove old thermostat from
wall, carefully noting the wire connections on the old unit.
Record wire color and terminal legends in spaces provided.
Conventional
Thermostat
terminals
Cool
Y1
Not Used
B/O
Fan
G
Common (optional)
C
24VAC Cooling
RC
24VAC Heating
RH
Heat
W1
Heat Pump
MODE
NOTE:
The backlight cannot operate continuously, the
batteries will drain quickly and the backlight will
burn out.
This thermostat can be configured prior to attaching
to the wall. Just install the batteries into the battery
cradle and program the configurations and the
advanced settings.
Cable
wire color
Compressor
Rev Valve
Fan
Common
24VAC
24VAC
Aux Heat
5. Using the mounting screws provided, mount the thermostat
base to the wall or junction box.
6. Connect wire cables according to your wire color chart.
7. Push excess cable wires back into the wall. If there is a
draft, pack the opening with non-combustible material.
8. Place batteries into battery cradle.
9. Position cover over base and press firmly to close.
FAN
The batteries need to be replaced
immediately when the REPLACE
battery icon appears on the display.
The batteries should be replaced
once a year, even if the replace
battery icon does not appear.
The programmed settings are saved
even with the batteries removed.
Cleaning:
This thermostat has a flame retardant ABS enclosure which is
easily cleaned with a dry cloth or vacuum brush. Occasional
soiling may be cleaned with a soft cloth lightly dampened with
water and/or mild cleaning solution. IN NO CASE should this
device be directly sprayed with or exposed to free flowing
liquids, including water, which could penetrate its interior.
1
12
1
COOL
HEAT
EMH
2
3
REPLACE
11
DONE
FAN
AUTO AUX
ON NEXT
8
10
1
SERVICE
FILTER
COOLING
HEATING
THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY, just a reminder.
CANCEL
6
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ServiceWatch® monitors the run time hours. It is a program
designed to remind the homeowner to schedule service for the
HVAC equipment. The maintenance period for filter replacement and heating or cooling service is programmable based
on the respective system run times. The control will monitor
the run times, and when the programmed settings are reached
the display will show SERVICE and either FILTER, COOLING
or HEATING.
5
SERVICE
4
7
HEATING
COOL
Indicates when service is needed
Filter changed or, heating or cooling systems maintained
(Does not indicate an emergency)
2
Indicates current operational mode
3
Indicates emergency heat active
4
Cancels programming. Use MODE button
5
Indicates setpoint
6
Indicates heating or cooling active, flashes when pending
7
Used in programming (FAN button)
8
Indicates auxiliary heat active
9
Indicates fan function, auto on/off or constant on
10
Used in programming (ECON button)
11
Indicates when batteries need replacement
12
Shows operating mode and room temperature
FAN
AUTO
Example: When the display shows SERVICE and HEATING
it is time to schedule an appointment to have the heating
system maintained.
IMPORTANT NOTES - PLEASE READ
1. Active run modes are displayed as follows:
Auto changeover
mode is active
Cooling mode
is active
Heating mode
is active
Thermostat is
in off mode
2. If the thermostat is in the OFF mode and the temperature
drops below 38°F the freeze protection feature automatically
activates the heating system.
ICE will appear on the display.
Increases
Temperature
3. The thermostat can be in the OFF mode but the fan can be
constantly active.
OFF and FAN ON will appear on the display.
4. If the auto changeover option (Auto) has been selected,the
display will alternate between Auto and room temperature.
Setpoint will remain blank when room temperature is
between heat and cool setpoints; the system is idle.
When either heating or cooling become active the setpoint
will be visible.
COOL
FAN
ON
ECON
Selects
Comfort
or
Economy
Mode
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FAN
Selects
Fan Mode
Constant On
or Auto
MODE
Selects
Run Mode
Heat, Cool
or Off
5. To adjust the setpoint when AUTO mode is active, press
the up or down arrow button. The last operating mode
(heat or cool) will be recalled or the setpoint closest to room
temperature and AUTO will appear. To adjust either heating
or cooling setpoints, press the MODE button. Press the up
or down arrow button in COOL or HEAT to adjust the setpoint up or down. The heat and cool settings will
automatically adjust to a four degree separation. This four
degree separation is fixed and cannot be changed. When
AUTO no longer appears on the display, pressing the mode
button will deactivate AUTO mode.
Decreases
Temperature
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Conventional System Wiring
Conventional System (Split System)
Conventional System (Single Transformer)
Terminal
Block
Y1
Stage 1 Cooling
B/O
Not Used
G
C
Common
Cool System
Class 2
Transformer
Fan
Cool 24VAC (Hot)
RH
Heat 24VAC (Hot)
Y1
Stage 1 Cooling
B/O
Not Used
G
Common (Optional cool system only)
RC
W1
Terminal
Block
Fan
Common
Line
C
RC
Heat System
Class 2
Transformer
Line
24VAC (Hot)
Class 2
Transformer
Jumper
RH
W1
Line
Stage 1 Heating
Common (Optional)
Stage 1 Heating
Measured voltage across all terminals MUST NOT exceed 24VAC.
Heat Pump Wiring
Heat Pump with Conventional
Back-up Heat (Single Transformer)
Terminal
Block
Y1
Stage 1 Compressor
B/O
Reverse Valve*
G
Fan
C
Common
Common (Optional)
RC
24VAC (Hot)
Jumper
RH
W1
Terminal
Block
Y1
Class 2
Transformer
Stage 1 Aux Heat
Heat Pump with Back-up Heat (Dual Transformer)
Stage 1 Compressor
Reverse Valve*
B/O
G
C
Line
Fan
Common
Heat Pump
Class 2
Transformer
Common (Optional, from heat pump system only)
RC
Heat Pump 24VAC (Hot)
RH
Back-up Heat 24VAC (Hot)
W1
Stage 1 Aux Heat
Line
Back-up Heat
System
Class 2
Transformer
Line
Heat System Common
IMPORTANT:
For this configuration do not use a jumper between RC and RH.
*Reverse Valve B = energize on heat O = energize on cool
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Configuring Instructions
Preprogrammed Configurations:
The parameters listed below are the ONLY ones available in the Quick Start-up Mode.
If other parameters are needed, continue to press the up or down arrow button until
Othr Ad appears on the display.
Press the ECON button and refer to the instructions on the next page.
System
H1
A1
A1H1
HP12
Reverse Valve
Minimum Off Time
Type O (cool)
3
3
3
3
Aux. Temp. Offset
4°
Fan in Heat
Off (fuel)
Auto Changeover
Off
Off
Differential
0.4°
0.4°
0.4° cool/0.4° heat 0.4° cool/0.4° heat
Cycle Rate
5/hr
6/hr
6/hr cool; 5/hr heat 6/hr cool; 5/hr heat
ServiceWatch®**
Off
Off
Off
Off
Password Protection
Off
Off
Off
Off
This thermostat can be configured prior to
attaching to the wall. Just install the batteries
into the battery cradle and program the
configurations and the advanced settings.
Off (fuel)
On (electric)
Off
Off
How to Use Easy Configure
Please read the instructions prior to configuring
the thermostat to operate with the equipment.
EASY CONFIGURE (EC) - QUICK START-UPS
STEP 1: Enter configuration mode
There are five available options in the easy configure mode.
Four of the options are preprogrammed for usual installations:
H1 - heating only
A1 - cooling only
A1H1 - single cool/single heat
HP12 - heat pump single cool/2 heat
Othr Ad - see below
PRESS and hold the ECON and MODE buttons until CFg appears
on the display.
PRESS the FAN button to begin.
A1H1 and EC
will appear on the display.
STEP 2: Selecting equipment:
The last option Othr Ad is for any other installation or
to change any parameter setting not listed above.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select the proper system.
H1 - heat only
A1 - cool only
A1H1 - 1 cool/1 heat
HP12 - heat pump 1 cool/ 2 heat
Othr Ad
**ServiceWatch® monitors the run time hours. It is a program
designed to remind the homeowner to schedule service for the
HVAC equipment. The maintenance period for filter replacement and heating or cooling service is programmable based
on the respective system run times. The control will monitor
the run times, and when the programmed settings are reached
the display will show SERVICE and either FILTER, COOLING
or HEATING.
STEP 3: Save and Exit
PRESS the ECON button to complete the entry.
The options above have been preprogrammed.
If any change in these parameters is needed select Othr Ad.
PRESS the ECON button and refer to the instructions on page 5.
THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY, just a reminder.
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ELEC/FUEL -
Selects when the fan cycles
FUEL - Fan cycles only with cooling calls
Heating system controls fan during heating calls
Filter hours will still be logged during heating calls
ELEC - Fan cycles with both heating and cooling calls
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
Configuring “Othr Ad”
to Operate the Equipment
Please read the instructions prior to configuring
the thermostat to operate the equipment.
It is also advised that the details are noted before
beginning, such as the type of equipment, time
delays, temperature offsets, etc.
tESt - electronically tests equipment selected
PRESS the FAN button to continue and to test each function
defined below.
Functions will appear based on equipment type selected.
NOTE: Wait for equipment to respond before continuing.
F1 - fan turns on
C1 - 1st stage cooling and fan turn on
H1 - 1st stage heating and fan turn on
H1 AUX - 1st stage auxiliary heating and fan turn on
tESt - All outputs turn off
NOTE: The configuring mode has a time limit of 10 minutes.
The timer is automatically activated when the configuring is started.
At the end of the 10 minutes the thermostat will resume normal
operation. The configuring parameters will remain unchanged unless
the configuring mode was completed in the End mode.
STEP 2: Selecting equipment
PRESS the ECON button to continue.
PRESS the FAN button to enter the equipment mode.
STEP 4: Selecting special options
PRESS the up or down arrow buttons to select the proper equipment.
EqUP
HP12 - Single stage heat pump with auxiliary heat
HP11 - Single stage heat pump, no auxiliary heat
A1H0 - Single stage cool, single stage heat, conventional cooling,
normally open heat valve
A1H1 - Single stage cool, single stage heat, conventional and
normally closed valves
A1 - Cool only, single stage compressor
H0 - Heat only, single stage, normally open heat valve
H1 - Heat only, single stage, conventional and normally closed
valves
will appear on the display.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to continue.
Auto
- Selects auto changeover either on or off
PRESS the FAN button to select.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to continue.
dIFF
- Selects cooling and heating differential settings
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
cd - Selects cooling differential
Selectable range: 0.0°F to 2.0°F
Example - 1.0°F will represent ± 0.5°F
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
hd - Selects heating differential
Selectable range: 0.0°F to 2.0°F
Example - 1.0°F will represent ± 0.5°F
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
PRESS the FAN button to enter the equipment type.
STEP 3: Selecting equipment options
THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS APPEAR DEPENDING
ON THE EQUIPMENT SELECTED
tyPE - Selects the reverse valve type “O” or “B”
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to continue.
CyCL - Selects the heating and cooling cycle rates
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
cr with HEATING and COOLING - Selects cycle rate for heat
pump compressor or for conventional systems, cooling only
Selectable range: 2 to 12 cycles per hour
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
cr with HEATING and AUX - Selects cycle rate for auxiliary heat
or for conventional systems, heating only
Selectable range: 2 to 12 cycles per hour
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
toFF - Selects the minimum number of minutes between the
equipment cycling off and back on again
Selectable range: 01 to 07 minutes, in 1 minute increments
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
h2SP - Selects the temperature offset from setpoint for second
stage heating or auxiliary heat to turn on
Selectable range: 02 to 10 degrees, in 2 degree increments
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to continue.
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SEr
- Selects ServiceWatch® on or off
PRESS the MODE button to turn on or off.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
SH with SERVICE FILTER - Selects when, in hours, the filter
needs to be changed
Selectable Range: 100 to 9900 hours, in 100 hour increments
Suggested Hours: 1000
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
AH with SERVICE FILTER - indicates the number of hours
accumulated by the ServiceWatch® monitor
PRESS the MODE button to clear accumulated hours.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
SH with SERVICE COOLING - Selects when, in hours, the
cooling system needs to be checked
Selectable Range: 0 to 9900 hours, in 100 hour increments
Suggested Hours: 2000
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
AH with SERVICE COOLING - indicates the number of hours
accumulated by the ServiceWatch® monitor
PRESS the MODE button to clear accumulated hours.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
SH with SERVICE HEATING - Selects when, in hours, the
heating system needs to be checked
Selectable Range: 0 to 9900 hours, in 100 hour increments
Suggested Hours: 2000
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
AH with SERVICE HEATING - indicates the number of hours
accumulated by the ServiceWatch® monitor
PRESS the MODE button to clear accumulated hours.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
SEE PAGE 7
How to Program Advanced Settings
PRESS the up or down arrow button to continue.
SAFE
- Selects password protection on or off
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to turn on or off (yES or no).
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select the proper d1 digit.
PRESS the FAN button to proceed to the d2 digit. Continue until
all four digits are correct.
PRESS the ECON button to continue.
PRESS the ECON button again to continue.
STEP 5: Save parameters and Exit
PRESS the up or down arrow button to END.
PRESS the ECON button to save parameters and exit.
REMINDER - This step MUST be completed to save parameters.
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How to Program Advanced Settings
SAFE
- Selects the level of password protection desired
Selectable parameters:
oFF - No password protection
LSEt - Advanced settings protected
LALL - All modes protected (See note below)
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
Please read the instructions prior to beginning
to program.
NOTE: The advanced settings mode has a time limit of 10 minutes.
The timer is automatically activated when the programming is started.
At the end of the 10 minutes the thermostat will resume normal
operation. The advanced settings parameters will remain unchanged
unless the advanced settings mode was completed in the End mode.
If oFF is selected PRESS the ECON button to continue.
PRESS the FAN button again to continue to Step 3.
If LSEt or LALL is selected PRESS the FAN button to continue.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select the proper d1 digit.
PRESS the FAN button to proceed to the d2 digit. Continue until all
(4) digits are correct.
PRESS the ECON button to continue.
PRESS the ECON button again to continue.
PRESS the FAN button again to continue to Step 3.
STEP 1: Enter advanced settings mode
PRESS and hold the ECON and FAN buttons until PSEt appears
on the display.
PRESS the FAN button to begin.
If the advanced settings mode has been password protected (safe
mode), the display will show (4) 0’s and d1. The proper password,
(4) digits, is needed.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select the proper d1 digit.
PRESS the FAN button to proceed to the d2 digit. Continue until all
(4) digits are correct.
PRESS the ECON button to continue.
unit
NOTE: LALL locks all parameters, buttons and modes.
The temperature cannot be raised or lowered; the time cannot be
changed; auto/constant fan cannot be changed; etc.
When any of the buttons are pressed the password protection display
appears (4 0’s and d1). Entering the password enables access to the
buttons for 5 minutes. At that time temperatures can be changed,
auto/constant fan can be changed and access to the programming
modes are available. Password protection can also be disabled.
Changes are automatically saved. If the 5 minutes lapses then the
password must be entered again.
will appear on the display.
If the advanced settings mode has not been password protected,
PRESS the FAN button and
unit
will appear on the display.
STEP 3: Save parameters and Exit
STEP 2: Selecting advanced options
unit - Selects the unit of measure (°F or °C)
END will appear on the display.
PRESS the ECON button to save parameters and exit.
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
REMINDER - This step MUST be completed to save parameters.
HL
- Selects the heating limit temperature
Selectable range: 40°F to 90°F
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
CL
- Selects the cooling limit temperature
Selectable range: 40°F to 90°F
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
ECONOMY SETPOINTS
EH
- Selects the economy heating setpoint
Selectable range: 40°F to 68°F
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
EC
- Selects the economy cooling setpoint
Selectable range: 72°F to 90°F
PRESS the up or down arrow button to select.
PRESS the FAN button to continue.
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PSG Controls, Inc.
LIMITED WARRANTY POLICY
PSG Controls, Inc. (Hereinafter referred to as "PSG") warrants the following:
Only cataloged products sold to distributors are warranted to the original purchaser, to
conform with specifications furnished or approved by PSG, and to be free from defects in
material and workmanship, for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase,
unless specified in writing for a different period.
Any PSG product that proves defective within the above described warranty period will
be repaired or replaced (at PSG's option) free of any charge if returned to the PSG
factory at 1225 Tunnel Road, Perkasie, PA. 18944 with transportation charges prepaid.
Prior to returning this product to PSG, the purchaser shall give PSG notice in writing
stating how this product fails to fulfill this warranty. No product shall be accepted for
repair or replacement without a required written notice and without prior written
authorization and shipping instructions having been received by the purchaser from
PSG. Only PSG's factory is authorized to perform services under this warranty.
This warranty does not extend to any product that has been subjected to misuse, abuse,
neglect, accidents, alterations, improper installation or use in violation of the printed
instructions furnished by PSG. This warranty neither applies to batteries nor
deterioration of, nor damage to the product caused by the use of faulty batteries. Final
determination as to whether any product is actually defective rests solely with PSG.
This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other agreements and warranties, expressed,
implied, or statutory and PSG has no other obligations or liabilities in connection with this
product. In no event shall PSG's obligation or liability hereunder exceed the purchase
price of this product. PSG SHALL NOT IN ANY EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. This warranty gives you specific legal
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allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or implied
warranties, so the above limitations or exclusion may not apply to you.
Toll free technical assistance is available
via our technical hotline: 1-800-523-2558
Mon-Fri, 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
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PSG Controls, Inc.
1225 Tunnel Road - Perkasie, PA 18944 - 215-257-3621 - Fax 215-257-4288
Web site - www.psgcontrols.com
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