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• EDGE Thermostat
• Mingledorff’s Class
Schedule
EDGE THERMIDISTAT
Bryant Preferred series T6-PRH models and the Carrier TP-PRH Performance are two
wire hookup to “EDGE” Thermidistat (Display Module) and a separate equipment
module mounted at furnace or fan coil.
The Programmable “EDGE” can be setup to be Programmable or Nonprogrammable. Also comes in non-programmable only. These models are two wire
hookup to “EDGE” thermostat (Display Module) and a separate equipment control
module mounted at furnace or fan coil.
• Programming can be done for 7 days per week, 5/2 days per week, or 1 day.
• Two transformers compatible
• Set filter flag off to 7200 hours / 300 days
• Daylight savings time setup on programmable models
• T6-PRH Bryant, TP-PRH Carrier models have remote room sensing capable
• local sensor
• remote sensor
• average temperature
Link to Mingledorff’s Web page
www.mingledorffs.com
• Outdoor Air displays when OAT sensor is used
• Cycles per hour 2-6 selectable
• Programmable fan option
• Easy to program and setup
Link to HVACpartners Web page
www.hvacpartners.com
Link to Totaline Newsletter
www.totaline.com/newsletter
Link to Carrier Home Web page
www.carrier.com
Link to Bryant Home Web page
www.bryant.com
Link to Payne Home Page
www.payne.com
RRS
Room Averaging
with RRS’s
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Carrier, Bryant , Aprilaire Power Humidifier has their own 24 volt transformer, be sure to include an isolation relay that has a 24 volt
coil to separate the furnace / fan coil 24 volt from the Power humidifier 24 volt supply.
Relay Part # P283-0290 SPST or P283-0293 SPDT
The above wiring diagram will show the service tech how to wire in an isolation relay.
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THERMIDISTAT CONTROL CONFIGURATION RECORD
Date ______________________
Owner/Operator _____________________________ Thermidistat Model No. ___________________________
A) Hardware Configuration
a. AC — 1- stage air conditioner with furnace or fan coil
b. HP — 1- stage heat pump with fan coil
c. A2 — 2- stage air conditioner with furnace or fan coil
d. H2 — 2- stage heat pump with fan coil
e. hh — Hybrid Heat system with 1- stage heat pump
f. h2 — Hybrid Heat system with 2- stage heat pump
g. H — heating only system
h. C — cooling only system
B) Configuration Options
Option 01 _____ Equipment Type
Option 02 _____ Clean Filter Timer Adjustment (Off or 1-9: factory default = 2)
Option 03*_____ Fahrenheit/Centigrade Selection (F or C: factory default = F)
Option 04 _____ Fan (G) on with W/W1 Selection (Default OFF)
Option 05 _____ Room Air Temperature Sensing (programmable models only)
Option 06 _____ Cooling Lockout Below 55_F/13_C Selection (only available if outdoor air sensor is present)
(Off or On: factory default = Off)
Option 07 _____ Zoning
Option 08 _____ Auxiliary Heat Lockout Temperature Setting (only available when heat pump is used and when outdoor air
temperature sensor is present) – (default OFF)
Option 09 _____ Heat Pump Lockout Temperature Balance Point
(only available when outdoor air temperature sensor is present)
(Furnace Hybrid Heat only) - (Default Off)
Option 10 _____ Reversing Valve
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THERMIDISTAT CONTROL CONFIGURATION RECORD
Date ______________________
Owner/Operator _____________________________ Thermidistat Model No. ___________________________
B) Configuration Options (continue)
Option 11 _____ Adjustable Setpoint Deadband (not available on heat only and cool only systems)
Option 12 _____ Smart Recovery (programmable models only) – OFF (default 90 minutes)
Option 13 _____ Room Temperature Offset Adjustment
Option 14 _____ Humidity Offset Adjustment
Option 15 _____ Enable Auto Mode
Option 16 _____ Cycles Per Hour Option 17 _____ Time Between Stages
Option 18* ____ Backlight Configuration – selection is 1-5 (Default 3)
Option 19 _____ Dry Contact
Option 20 _____ Outdoor Air Temperature Offset Adjustment
Option 21* _____ Keypad Lockout
Option 22 _____ High Cool Latch Temperature
Option 23 _____ High Heat Latch Temperature
Option 24* _____ Programmable/Non−Programmable (programmable models only) P or nP
Option 25* _____ Number of Programmable Periods per Day (programmable models only) - 2 or 4 Periods
Option 26 _____ Minimum Cooling Setpoint
Option 27 _____ Maximum heating Setpoint
Option 28 _____ UV Light Reminder
Option 29 _____ Humidifier Pad Reminder
Option 30* _____ Programmable Fan (programmable models only)
Option 31* _____ Daylight Savings Time Configuration (programmable models only)
Option 32 _____ Furnace Heat Staging
Option 33 _____ Single or Two−Piece Installation – Important change 1P or 2P (default 2P)
Option 34 _____ Hybrid Heat Furnace Latch – ON furnace stays on during and after defrost (on)
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THERMIDISTAT CONTROL CONFIGURATION RECORD
Date ______________________
Owner/Operator _____________________________ Thermidistat Model No. ___________________________
See Installation Instructions for below options
Option 40 _____ Fan Humidify
Option 41 _____ Variable Speed Blower – for Standard Dehumidification with 2 stage compressor select YES for VS Motor
Option 42 _____ Variable Speed Super Dehumidification Select YES, if duct sweating then SELECT NO
Option 43 _____Intelligent Heat Staging – Electric Heat Strips for single speed
Option 44 _____ Super Comfort Heat – Heat Pump reduce indoor fan speed with furnace or fan coil
Option 99 _____ Reset to Factory Defaults
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THERMIDISTAT CONTROL CONFIGURATION RECORD
Date ______________________
C) Schedule
WAKE
TIME
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
DAY EVE SLEEP
HEAT
COOL
TIME
HEAT
COOL
TIME
HEAT
COOL
TIME
HEAT
COOL
D) Humidity Settings
Heat Mode
Cool Mode
Selection Setpoint %
Display Selection
Setpoint %
Display
Normal Humidify _________
(hu) Normal Dehumidify ________ (d hu)
Fan Humidify
_________
(hu, Fan)
Cool to Dehumidify ________ (d hu, COOL)
Auto Humidify
_________
(hu, AUTO) Dehumidify Off
no setpoint (d hu, OF)
Auto and Fan Humidify _________
(hu, AUTO, Fan)
Humidify Off no setpoint
(hu, OF)
E) Vacation Humidity Settings
Heat Mode
Cool Mode
Selection Setpoint %
Display
Selection
Setpoint %
Display
Normal Humidify _________
(hu,OUT)
Normal Dehumidify _________ (d hu, OUT)
Auto Humidify
_________
(hu, OUT, AUTO) Cool to Dehumidify _________ (d hu, OUT, COOL)
Auto and Fan Humidify _________
(hu, OUT, AUTO, Fan) Dehumidify Off
no setpoint (d hu, OUT, OF)
Humidify Off no setpoint
(hu, OUT, OF)
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BASIC HEAT PUMP OPERATION AND
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING
ONE FULL DAY
(8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) $175 each
Course qualifies for (8) C.E.U. credit hours. For Georgia, Alabama & N.A.T.E.
**Student must provide NATE ID number and
photo ID to receive NATE CEU credits**
MARCH 14, 2013
Marietta Training Room
MAY 22, 2013
Norcross
MAYTraining
22, 2013Room
Norcross Training Room
CLASS INCLUDES:
Power point presentation & discussion of basic heat pump refrigeration circuit, electrical ladder
diagrams, control circuit operation, charging with superheat and subcooling method, long line
applications, low ambient operation, basic air flow measurements, burnout procedures, system
dehydration procedure and proper brazing procedure with nitrogen purge.Students will custom wire
and troubleshoot an actual heat-pump demonstrator board.
FOR REGISTRATION FORM, OR INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
June Norman in Norcross, Ga.
Ph: 770-239-2134 Fax: 770-239-2137 jnorman@mingledorffs.com
Donna Hutchins in Savannah, Ga.
Ph: 912-236-8122 Fax: 912-232-1924 dhutchins@mingledorffs.com
Debbie Lanier in Macon, Ga.
Ph: 478-477-3193 Fax:478-474-3987 dlanier@mingledorffs.com
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