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ELAN EL-TSTAT-8810 Installation Manual
EL-TSTAT-8810
Safety & Installation Instructions
TABLE OF CONTENTS EL-TSTAT-8810
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WI-FI SETUP
Wi-Fi Setup_________________________________________________________________________ 3
INSTALLATION
Installation Location Recommendations______________________________________________________
Outdoor Temperature Sensor (optional)______________________________________________________
Thermostat Mounting__________________________________________________________________
Power & Reset Options_________________________________________________________________
Wiring Terminal______________________________________________________________________
Wiring Diagrams_____________________________________________________________________
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SETUP & TESTING
System Setup Instructions______________________________________________________________ 11
System Test Mode___________________________________________________________________ 18
REFERENCES
Quick Reference to Controls & Display_____________________________________________________
Thermostat Features__________________________________________________________________
Troubleshooting_____________________________________________________________________
Specifications______________________________________________________________________
Disclaimer_________________________________________________________________________
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WI-FI SET UP EL-TSTAT-8810
WI-FI SET UP
To connect the EL-TSTAT-8810 thermostat to a Wi-Fi network follow the steps below.
Note: You will need a computer or mobile device with Wi-Fi and a web browser.
IMPORTANT
Setting up your thermostat with an ELAN Controller
If you are installing an ELAN Thermostat with an ELAN Controller, please refer to the “ELAN Thermostat” Integration
Note for Wi-Fi setup and software configuration. ELAN Integration Notes are served through the ELAN tools and on
elanhomesystems.com/dealer-resources.
If you are planning to install the ELAN Thermostats when an ELAN controller is not present, please follow the
instructions below.
STEP 1
Verify the thermostat is in Wi-Fi Connection Mode.
The thermostat by default will be in Wi-Fi Connection
Mode. To confirm that the thermostat is in Wi-Fi
Connection Mode, verify that the radio bars on the
thermostat are strobing as shown below.
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Note: If the thermostat is not in Wi-Fi Connection Mode,
refer to the Owner’s Manual for instructions on clearing
the Wi-Fi settings.
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WI-FI SET UP EL-TSTAT-8810
WI-FI SET UP (Continued)
STEP 2
Connect to the thermostat using a computer
or mobile device.
On your computer or mobile device, scan for
available networks. The thermostat should appear as
ELANSTAT8810XXXX followed by a unique identifier,
corresponding to the last 4 digits of the MAC address.
Connect to the thermostat you want to configure.
If you are installing multiple thermostats, you can
determine the MAC address of the specific thermostat
you are trying to configure by removing the cover on the
front of the thermostat to access the MAC address label.
If you are not, follow Wi-Fi setup below.
Open a web browser on your computer or mobile device.
In the browser enter:
In the web browser interface select the network you
want to connect the thermostat to, and enter the
network’s security credentials.
STEP 3
Verify the thermostat is connected
to the Wi-Fi network.
Once all the required information is entered in the
web browser interface, the thermostat will connect to
the Wi-Fi network you selected. After the thermostat
is connected to the Wi-Fi network, the thermostat
will display the radio bars based on the Wi-Fi signal
strength. If the radio bars are not displaying the signal
strength, refer to Wi-Fi Maintenance and Troubleshooting
in the Owner’s Manual.
http://192.168.1.99/elan.html
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INSTALLATION EL-TSTAT-8810
INSTALLATION LOCATION RECOMMENDATIONS
Thermostat should be mounted:
Do not mount thermostat:
• On an interior wall, in a frequently occupied space.
• Behind doors, in corners, or other dead air spaces.
• Approximately 5‘ above floor.
• In direct sunlight, near lighting fixtures, or other
appliances that give off heat.
• At least 18” from outside wall.
• Thermostat can be mounted to a vertical junction box.
• Within reliable range of the Wi-Fi network.
• On an outside or unconditioned area wall.
•In the flow of a supply register, in stairwells,
or near outside doors.
•On a wall with concealed pipes or ductwork.
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INSTALLATION EL-TSTAT-8810
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR (Optional)
Outdoor temperature can be measured by attaching an EL-STAT-SEN-8052 sensor to the S1 and S2 terminals.
System setting #15 (Outdoor Sensor) is used to enable sensor.
Heat pump applications can use the outdoor temperature to effectively utilize the heat pump:
• When the outdoor temperature is less than the Low
Balance Point, the heat pump will be locked out and
only auxiliary heating will be used to provide heating.
• When the outdoor temperature is higher than the
High Balance Point, the auxiliary heating will be
locked out and only the heat pump will be used to
provide heating.
•Install on side of building out of direct sunlight
(north side recommended).
• Mount above snow line.
•Mount at least 3’ away from exhaust vents and
condensing lines.
• Maximum wire length is 300’.
• Do not route wires along 120 VAC lines.
RC R
6
W
Y G
C S1 S2 O/B L W2 Y2
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THERMOSTAT MOUNTING
1.Remove the rear mounting plate from the thermostat.
2. Pull wires through the opening on the back of the rear
mounting plate.
3. Position and level the mounting plate of the thermostat on wall
and mark the hole locations with a pencil.
4. Drill 1/4” holes and insert supplied anchors (drywall only).
5. Place mounting plate over anchors, insert and tighten screws.
6. Seal wire entry holes to prevent drafts affecting temperature
readings.
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POWER & RESET OPTIONS
The thermostat is powered from 24VAC. In the case of power loss the thermostat will maintain the clock for 24 hours.
The thermostat has a memory backup that saves the thermostat settings in case of power interruption.
The reset button located under the cover on the front of the thermostat can be used to reset the thermostat to factory
defaults. The system settings will also be set to default.
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INSTALLATION EL-TSTAT-8810
WIRING TERMINAL
WIRE SPECIFICATIONS
18-24 gauge thermostat wire
INSTALLATION NOTES
• Ensure power at the HVAC
equipment is off.
• Loosen screw terminals,
insert stripped wire and
re-tighten.
• Push the excess wire back
into the opening and plug
the wall opening to prevent
drafts.
RC – 24 VAC supply cooling*
R – 24 VAC supply heating*
W – First stage heat (conventional) / First stage auxiliary (heat pump)
Y – First stage cooling (conventional) / First stage compressor (heat pump)
G – Fan
C – Common
S1 & S2 – Outdoor temperature sensor (optional)
O/B – Reversing valve
L – System fault indicator
W2 – Second stage heat (conventional) / Second stage auxiliary (heat pump)
Y2 – Second stage cooling (conventional) / Second stage compressor (heat pump)
*Jumper between RC & R is used in single transformer systems (see wiring diagrams).
RC R
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W
Y G
C S1 S2 O/B L W2 Y2
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WIRING
TWO TRANSFORMERS (REMOVE JUMPER WIRE)
FOR HEAT/COOL SYSTEM
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2nd HEATING
Y
2nd COOLING
W
NOT USED
RC R
NOT USED
FAN
C S1 S2 O/B L W2 Y2
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
1st HEATING
COOLING
TRANSFORMER
1st COOLING
NOT USED
2nd HEATING
G
2nd COOLING
Y
NOT USED
FAN
RC R
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
1st HEATING
1st COOLING
W
JUMPER
TRANSFORMER
HEATING
TRANSFORMER
SINGLE TRANSFORMER (USE JUMPER WIRE)
FOR HEAT/COOL SYSTEM
C S1 S2 O/B L W2 Y2
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FAN
W
Y
G
FAN
RC R W
Y
G
2nd COMPRESSOR
2nd AUX HEATING
FAULT DETECT
REVERSE VALVE
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
1st AUX HEATING
C S1 S2 O/B L W2 Y2
1st COMPRESSOR
HEATING
TRANSFORMER
SINGLE TRANSFORMER (USE JUMPER WIRE)
FOR HEAT PUMP SYSTEM
HEAT PUMP
TRANSFORMER
2nd COMPRESSOR
2nd AUX HEATING
FAULT DETECT
REVERSE VALVE
OUTDOOR TEMP
SENSOR
1st AUX HEATING
RC R
1st COMPRESSOR
JUMPER
HEAT PUMP
TRANSFORMER
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WIRING
TWO TRANSFORMERS (REMOVE JUMPER WIRE)
FOR HEAT PUMP SYSTEM
C S1 S2 O/B L W2 Y2
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SETUP & TESTING EL-TSTAT-8810
SYSTEM SETUP INSTRUCTIONS
The following instructions show how to enter the system setup menu and change settings. The table on the following
pages lists the settings and their details. Default settings are shown in bold. Some settings are only available based
on other setting values.
IMPORTANT
Setting up your thermostat with an ELAN Controller
If you are installing an ELAN Thermostat with an ELAN Controller, please refer to the “ELAN Thermostat” Integration
Note for Wi-Fi setup and software configuration. ELAN Integration Notes are served through the ELAN tools and on
elanhomesystems.com/ dealer-resources.
If you are planning to install the ELAN Thermostats when an ELAN controller is not present, please follow the
instructions below.
HOW TO ENTER THE SYSTEM SETUP MENU TO CHANGE SYSTEM SETTINGS
Press
repeatedly until system is set to OFF.
Press and hold
and
for three seconds.
The screen of the first setting will be displayed.
Press
or
Press
to change to the next option.
Press
after the last setting.
“DONE” will be displayed.
to change the setting.
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SYSTEM SETUP INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
The thermostat will return to Normal mode if no button
is pressed in 3 seconds.
To reset all system settings back to default, press the
RESET button located under the cover on the front of
the thermostat.
SETTING VALUE
SYSTEM SETTING NUMBER
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The EL-TSTAT-8810 thermostat has the option of being
used in heat pump or heat/cool systems. Switch SW1
located on the back of the thermostat is used to select
this. System setting number 01 will only be shown on
these models to display the position of SW1.
HC
HP
SW1
HEAT/COOL
HEAT PUMP
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SYSTEM SETUP INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
00. Control System Enabled
Selects if the thermostat connects to a control
system or web interface.
0: ELAN Web Interface
1: Control System
01. Equipment Type
Equipment type set by SW1.
0: Heat/Cool
1: Heat Pump
02. Temperature Scale
Set the thermostat to Fahrenheit or Celsius mode.
0: Fahrenheit
1: Celsius
03. Reversing Valve
Selects O or B operation.
0: O – On in cooling
1: B – On in heating
04. C
ontrol Setup
Used to lockout heating or cooling outputs.
Note: Only available if Equipment Type is set to
Heat/Cool.
0: Heat and Cool
1: Heat Only
2: Cool Only
05. H
eat/Cool: Cooling Stages
Heat Pump: Compressor
Stages
Heat/Cool: Number of Cooling Stages.
Heat Pump: Number of Compressor Stages.
0: One
1: Two
06. H
eat/Cool: Heating Stages
Heat Pump: Aux Heat Stages
Heat/Cool: Number of Heat Stages.
Heat Pump: Number of Auxiliary Heat Stages.
0: One
1: Two
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SYSTEM SETUP INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
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System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
07. H
eat/Cool:
Fan Control in Heating
Heat Pump:
Auxiliary Equipment Type
Heat/Cool: Determines if the thermostat or
equipment controls the fan in heating.
Heat Pump: Auxiliary Equipment type.
0: G
as/Oil Heat (equipment controls fan)
1: Electric Heat (thermostat controls fan)
10. Temperature Sensor Offset
Field adjustment of temperature sensor.
0° (no offset applied)
-4°F to +4°F (-2°C to +2°C)
12. Auto Changeover
Enable or disable auto changeover mode.
0: Disable
1: Enable
13. Deadband
Auto Changeover mode deadband.
3°F (1.5°C)
2°F to 9°F (1°C to 4.5°C)
15. O
utdoor Sensor
Selects if an outdoor temperature sensor is
not installed, a wired sensor is installed, or the
outdoor temperature is provided by a Control
System. Not currently supported in ELAN.
0: Not installed
1: Installed
2: Control System
18. C
ompressor Min Off Time
Minimum off time for compressor protection.
5 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
19. H
eating Min Off Time
Minimum off time for heating.
2 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
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SYSTEM SETUP INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
20. E quipment Min On Time
Minimum on time for heating and cooling.
2 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
22. F irst Stage Differential
First stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
23. S econd Stage Differential
Second stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
24. Third Stage Differential
Third stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
25. F ourth Stage Differential
Fourth stage differential.
1°F (0.5°C)
1°F to 9°F (0.5°C to 4.5°C)
26. Away
Enables the Away feature. The Away feature
allows ELAN Control System or web interface to
use a single button press to set the thermostat to
a predefined setpoint(s). The thermostat will hold
the setpoint(s) until Away is canceled with the
automation system or app or at the thermostat.
0: Disable
1: Enable
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SYSTEM SETUP INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
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System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
27. H
eat Blast
Enables the Heat Blast® feature. The Heat
Blast feature is only available with ELAN
Control System and will raise the current room
temperature 3°F to 5°F based on the Blast Offset
and then resume normal operation. Heat Blast
can be canceled with the ELAN Control System or
at the thermostat.
0: Disable
1: Enable
28. B last Offset
Amount of heating when Heat Blast is initiated.
3°F (1.5°C)
3°F to 5°F (1.5°C to 2.5°C)
37. S tage Rate
Accumulation of equipment run time in
equipment staging determination.
1 = more rapid staging of equipment (comfort).
5 = slower staging of equipment (economy).
2
1 to 5 or “OFF” to ignore accumulated
run time.
38. P rogressive Recovery
Enable or disable progressive recovery.
0: Disable
1: Enable
39. L ow Balance Point
Outdoor temperature low balance point.
Note: This option is only available if the outdoor
sensor is set to Installed or ELAN Control System.
20°F or -8°C
0°F to 60°F (-18°C to 12°C) or OFF to
ignore LBP
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SYSTEM SETUP INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
System setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold)
and setting range
40. H
igh Balance Point
Outdoor temperature high balance point.
Note: This option is only available if the outdoor
sensor is set to Installed or Automation.
65°F or 14.5°C
0°F to 80°F (-18°C to 22°C) or OFF to
ignore HBP
41. P rogram Format
Enables the 7 day program. Set to “Non-Prog”
when attached to a Control System.
0: 7-Day
1: Non-Prog
54. C
hange Air Filter Reminder
The period displaying the Change Air Filter
reminder.
OFF
1 to 12 months
55. C
hange Water Panel
Reminder
The time until the first Change Water Pnl
message is displayed.
OFF
1 to 12 months
56. Humidifier Type
Selects the type of humidifier. If humidifier type is
set to Drain-less, then the first reminder is based
on the system setting 55, the second reminder
will activate 3 months later. If humidifier type is
set to Flow through, then the first reminder is
based on system setting 55, the second reminder
will activate 12 months later.
0: F low through type humidifier
(1 reminder per season)
1: D
rain-less type humidifier
(2 reminders per season)
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SETUP & TESTING EL-TSTAT-8810
SYSTEM TEST MODE
The system test mode is used to test a system after installation. The outputs of the thermostat can be manually
activated one at a time to test their function. The following instructions show how to enter the test mode and turn
outputs on and off. The charts on the following pages show the output status for each test step for Heat/Cool and
Heat Pump mode.
The test steps are:
Test Number
Heat/Cool
Heat Pump
50
Heating (W) (W2)
Compressor Heating (Y) (Y2)
51
18
Aux Heating (W) (W2)
52
Cooling (Y) (Y2)
Compressor Cooling (Y) (Y2)
53
Fan (G)
Fan (G)
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SYSTEM TEST MODE (Continued)
HOW TO ENTER THE SYSTEM TEST MENU
Press
repeatedly until system is set to OFF.
Press and hold
and
for three seconds.
The screen of the first test step #50 is displayed:
Press
to turn on the output (01).
For multi stage output, press
again to turn on
the 2nd stage (02).
Press
to turn off the output (00).
Press
to change to the next test step.
Press
after the last test step.
“DONE” will be displayed.
The thermostat will return to Normal mode if no
button is pressed in 3 seconds.
SYSTEM TEST
NUMBER
MODE
(SW1 SETTING)
OUTPUT STATUS
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SETUP & TESTING EL-TSTAT-8810
TEST STEPS FOR HEAT/COOL
System Setting
Step
Key Input
1st [UP]
#50 Heat
#52 Cool
#53 Fan
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2nd [UP]
[DOWN]
1st [UP]
2nd [UP]
[DOWN]
[UP]
[DOWN]
#07
0 : Gas
1 : Elec
0 : Gas
1 : Elec
01
HEATING
ON (W)
ON
ON
ON
ON
02
HEATING
ON (W2)
Display (Output)
01
02
COOLING
COOLING
ON (Y)
ON (Y2)
01
FAN ON
(G)
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
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TEST STEPS FOR HEAT PUMP
System Setting
Step
Key Input
#07
2nd [UP]
[DOWN]
1st [UP]
#51 Aux
2nd [UP]
02 AUX
HEATING
ON (W2)
0:O
1:B
0:O
1:B
0:O
1:B
1st [UP]
#50 Heat
#03
01 AUX
HEATING
ON (W)
0 : Gas
1 : Elec
0 : Gas
1 : Elec
Display (Output)
01
02
COOL/HEAT COOL/HEAT
ON (Y)
ON (Y2)
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
01
FAN ON
(G)
ON
ON
ON
ON
O/B
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
[DOWN]
1st [UP]
#52 Cool
2nd [UP]
[DOWN]
#53 Fan
[UP]
[DOWN]
0:O
1:B
0:O
1:B
0:O
1:B
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
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QUICK REFERENCE EL-TSTAT-8810
QUICK REFERENCE TO CONTROLS & DISPLAY
CURRENT INDOOR TEMPERATURE
CURRENT TIME
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (OPTIONAL)
SYSTEM MODE
SETTING
TEMPERATURE SETTING
EQUIPMENT STATUS
CLEAN AIR
SETTING
UP
SYSTEM MODE
DOWN
CLEAN AIR
HOLD
PROGRAM
INDICATORS SHOW THROUGH HOUSING
HEAT PUMP ONLY
EMERGENCY HEAT OR
AUXILIARY HEAT (RED)
SYSTEM FAULT (YELLOW)
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MAINTENANCE REMINDER
(YELLOW FLASHING)
COVER
QUICK REFERENCE CARD
CURRENT SCHEDULE PERIOD
MESSAGE CENTER
WI-FI SIGNAL STRENGTH
NOTE: BACKLIGHT IS ACTIVATED WITH FIRST BUTTON PRESS AND AUTOMATICALLY TURNS OFF.
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THERMOSTAT FEATURES EL-TSTAT-8810
THERMOSTAT FEATURES
• Remote access and control over Wi-Fi.*
• System test mode.
• Event-Based™ Air Cleaning.
• 7 day programmability.
• Large, clear, backlit display is easy to read –
even in the dark.
• Easy to use temperature control can override
program schedule at any time.
• Displays room temperature, temperature setting,
and optional outdoor temperature.
• Progressive recovery. Progressive Recovery feature
allows the thermostat to activate the heating and
cooling equipment prior to an event in order to reach
the desired temperature at the start of the next
scheduled event.
• Built in compressor protection.
• Water panel and air filter service indicators.
*Requires a Control System
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TROUBLESHOOTING EL-TSTAT-8810
TROUBLESHOOTING
DISPLAY IS BLANK
TEMPERATURE SETTINGS DO NOT CHANGE
• Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary.
Make sure heating and cooling temperatures are set to
acceptable ranges:
• Make sure power switch at heating & cooling
system is on.
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• Heat: 40° to 90°F (4° to 32°C).
• Make sure furnace door is closed securely.
• Cool: 50° to 99°F (10° to 37°C).
HEATING SYSTEM DOES NOT RESPOND
(“HEATING” APPEARS ON SCREEN)
COOLING SYSTEM DOES NOT RESPOND
(“COOLING” APPEARS ON SCREEN)
• Check for 24 VAC at the equipment on the secondary
side of the transformer between power and common.
If voltage is not present, check the heating equipment
to find the cause of the problem.
• Check for 24 VAC at the equipment on the secondary
side of the transformer between power and common.
If voltage is not present, check the cooling equipment
to find the cause of the problem.
• Check for 24 VAC between the heat terminal (W)
and the transformer common. If 24 VAC is present,
the thermostat is functional. Check the heating
equipment to find the cause of the problem.
• Check for 24 VAC between the cooling terminal (Y)
and the transformer common. If 24 VAC is present,
the thermostat is functional. Check the cooling
system to find the cause of the problem.
• Check for loose or broken wires between the
thermostat and the heating equipment.
• Check for loose or broken wires between the
thermostat and the cooling equipment.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (Continued)
FAN DOES NOT TURN ON IN A CALL FOR HEAT
• Check System Setting #07 (Fan Control), to make
sure the fan control is properly set to match the type
of system (see page 14).
HEATING EQUIPMENT IS RUNNING IN
COOL MODE
• Check SW1 (Equipment Type), to make sure it is set
to match the installed heating/cooling equipment
(see page 12).
HEAT PUMP ISSUES COOL AIR IN HEAT MODE,
OR WARM AIR IN COOL MODE
“HEATING” IS NOT DISPLAYED
• Check System Setting #03 (Reversing Valve),
to make sure it is properly configured for your system
(see page 13).
• Change the System Mode to Heat, and set
the temperature level above the current room
temperature.
HEAT/COOL BOTH ON AT SAME TIME
“COOLING” IS NOT DISPLAYED
• Check SW1 (Equipment Type), to make sure it is set
to match the installed heating/cooling equipment
(see page 12).
• Change the System Mode to Cool, and set
the temperature level below the current room
temperature.
• Check to make sure heating and cooling wires are
not shorted together.
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SPECIFICATIONS EL-TSTAT-8810
SPECIFICATIONS
Environment
Operating: 32° to 120°F
(0° to 48.9°C)
Shipping: -30° to 140°F
(-34.4° to 60°C)
Outdoor temperature
sensor
Maximum distance: 300 feet
Temperature
Room temperature
measurement
Display range: 32° to 99°F
(0° to 40°C)
Relative humidity
Operating: 5% to 90% R.H.
(non-condensing)
Outdoor temperature
measurement
Display range: -40° to 130°F
(-40° to 55°C)
Temperature setting
range
Heat: 40° to 90°F
(4° to 32°C)
Cool: 50° to 99°F
(10° to 37°C)
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Thermal
Operating voltage
24 VAC (18 – 30 VAC)
Current
Maximum: 2.5A (total),
1.0A (single output)
Maximum surge current: 5A
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DISCLAIMER EL-TSTAT-8810
DISCLAIMER
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THIS PRODUCT
SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE NOTICE
For optimum performance and safety, please read these
instructions carefully before connecting, operating or
adjusting this product. Please keep this manual for
future reference.
EIA/TIA-568-B termination (T568B) of cables is
recommended for optimal performance.
To minimize interference of the unshielded twisted
pairs in the CAT5e/6 cable do not run the HDBaseT/
Cat5e/6/6a cabling with or in close parallel proximity
to mains power cables.
Do not substitute or use any other power supply
other than the enclosed unit, or a ELAN approved
replacement.
SURGE PROTECTION DEVICE RECOMMENDED
Do not disassemble the unit for any reason. Doing so
will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
This product contains sensitive electrical components
that may be damaged by electrical spikes, surges,
electric shock, lightning strikes, etc. Use of surge
protection systems is highly recommended in order to
protect and extend the life of your equipment.
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