D I G I T A L T H E R M O S T A T

TSTATCCPQ501 PROGRAMMABLE
D I G I TA L T H E R M O S TAT
Heating & Cooling
USER INFORMATION MANUAL FOR THE OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR NEW THERMOSTAT
SINGLE STAGE HEAT & COOL
THERMOSTAT
next
72
Tu
AM
I2:00
run
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SET
prog
5+2 DAY PROGRAMMABLE
off
set
5+2 DAY PROGRAMMABLE
DIGITAL THERMOSTAT
Separate programs for
weekdays & weekends
Large, easy to read,
backlit digital display
Installation Flexibility
Batteries required for
4-wire operation
No batteries needed
for 5-wire operation
Meets California Title 24 Residential
NOTE TO INSTALLER: THIS MANUAL MUST BE LEFT WITH THE EQUIPMENT USER.
Table Of Contents
SAFETY WARNINGS
2
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
3
DISPLAY
4
NORMAL OPERATION
Manual Thermostat Operation
5
Time Period Operation
6
7
CLOCK SET
PROGRAMMING Setup
Overview
8
Program Setup
9
ADVANCED SETUP
16
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
18
WARRANTY
19
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Page 1
Safety Warnings
TSTATCCPQ501
CAUTION
Follow Installation Instructions carefully.
DISCONNECT POWER TO THE HEATER AIR CONDITIONER BEFORE REMOVING
THE OLD THERMOSTAT AND INSTALLING
THE NEW THERMOSTAT.
WARNING
CAUTION
The 2 Alkaline “AA” batteries must be replaced at least
every 12 months to assure proper operation.
The thermostat will display the Low Battery
code (fig. 1) on the display of the thermostat
when it is time to replace the batteries. If the FIG. 1
thermostat is connected to 24v power, the
Batteries may still be installed, but are not required.
When
is displayed the batteries must be replaced
immediately. The manufacturer cannot be liable for
improper operation of the thermostat if the batteries are
not immediately replaced.
The annual battery replacement is especially critical in
locations subject to freezing temperatures. The
thermostat will be unable to turn on the Heat if the
batteries are exhausted.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following 2 conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Page 2
Location of Controls
HEAT/COOL
INDICATOR
72
Tu
AM
next
I2:00
run
72
SET
prog
off
set
UP & DOWN
BUTTONS
The Heat/Cool
indicator will only
energize if the
thermostat is system
powered.
MODE SWITCH
Heat, Cool or Off
FAN SWITCH
On or Auto
NEXT BUTTON
For programming
How to Use: The Next button is used to advance
from one step to the next in the programming and
advanced setup screens of the thermostat (pages 8-16).
It is also used to enter the Advanced Setup screens (page 16).
PROGRAM SWITCH
RUN program
Program OFF
SET program
Page 3
Display
88
AM
MTuWThF
SaSuHeatCoolPM
I2:00
Day
Morning
Night
Evening
88
SET
Day of the week. When programming, MTuWThF
represents the 5 weekdays, SaSu represent the
2 weekend days.
Heat and Cool indicators. In normal operation, Heat
or Cool appears, reflecting the mode switch position.
Clock Display.
Time period indicators. These indicate the part of
the program that is currently active, if the program
switch is positioned to Run.
Desired Set temperature indicator.
Current room temperature indicator.
Page 4
Normal Operation
PROGRAM
SWITCH
72
Tu
Program
Switch
Heat
AM
I2:00
72
RUN
SET
next
UP & DOWN
BUTTONS
run
prog
off
set
OFF
SET
FAN SWITCH
On or Auto
MODE SWITCH
Heat, Cool or Off
Manual Operation (program switch OFF)
Select heat or cool with the mode switch.
Normally leave the fan switched to auto.
In fan auto, the fan will turn on only with a heat
or cool demand. When Fan On is selected, the
fan will run continuously.
Adjust the desired set temperature with the
Up or Down buttons.
Page 5
Normal Operation
PROGRAM
SWITCH
72
Tu
Program
Switch
Heat
AM
I2:00
72
RUN
SET
next
UP & DOWN
BUTTONS
run
prog
off
set
OFF
SET
FAN SWITCH
On or Auto
MODE SWITCH
Heat, Cool or Off
Programmed Operation (program switch RUN)
Select heat or cool with the mode switch.
Normally leave the fan switched to auto.
In fan auto, the fan will turn on only with a heat
or cool demand. When Fan On is selected, the
fan will run continuously.
Optionally; adjust the desired set temperature
for temporary override. The programmed
settings will restore in the following time period.
Page 6
Clock Set
Program
Slide the program switch to the SET position.
RUN
OFF
SET
Setting the time & day are the first 2 steps after
sliding the program switch to SET.
PM
6:00
Use these buttons to
adjust the current time.
Pushing and holding the Up or Down buttons will slew the time by
10s of minutes.
Press the NEXT button for 5 seconds to enter advanced
setup. (Page16)
NEXT
Su
Use these buttons to
adjust the current day.
Page 7
Time Period Programming
Overview
PROGRAM SWITCH
Slide the program switch to the SET position.
Program
The blinking icon(s) on the display may be
Switch
RUN
changed by pressing the Up or Down buttons.
OFF
After the blinking icon is changed how you want
SET
it, press the Next button.
The next icon in ‘programming sequence’ will flash.
It can be modified with the Up & Down buttons.
Continue the steps above until programming is complete.
Slide the program switch to RUN and the thermostat
will now run the time period programming.
If the program switch is in the OFF position, the thermostat
will not run the time period program. In this case the
thermostat will be a manual heat or cool only thermostat.
Please be certain to program each time period in chronological
order to ensure proper programmed operation of the
thermostat. For example, if the Morning Start Time is
6:30am, then the Day Start Time MUST be programmed
for any time AFTER the 6:30am Morning Start Time.
Page 8
Time Period Programming
Weekday Programming
Slide the program switch to the SET position. The
1st 2 steps are clock and day set, see page 7.
Program
RUN
OFF
SET
MTuWThF
AM
6:00
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the morning time period.
Morning
NEXT
AM
MTuWThF
Cool
6:00
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the morning time period.
Morning
78
SET
NEXT
MTuWThF
Heat
AM
6:00
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the morning time period.
Morning
70
SET
NEXT
MTuWThF
AM
8:00
Day
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the day time period.
NEXT
Next Page
Page 9
Time Period Programming
Weekday Programming
AM
MTuWThF
Cool
8:00
Day
85
SET
NEXT
MTuWThF
Heat
AM
8:00
Day
62
SET
NEXT
MTuWThF
PM
6:00
Evening
NEXT
MTuWThF
Cool PM
6:00
Evening
NEXT
78
SET
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the day time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the day time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the evening time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the evening time period.
Next Page
Page 10
Time Period Programming
Weekday Programming
MTuWThF
Heat
PM
6:00
Evening
70
SET
NEXT
MTuWThF
PM
I0:00
Night
NEXT
MTuWThF
Cool PM
I0:00
Night
82
SET
NEXT
MTuWThF
Heat
PM
I0:00
Night
NEXT
62
SET
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the evening time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the night time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the night time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the night time period.
Next Page
Page 11
Time Period Programming
Weekend Programming
AM
SaSu
6:00
Morning
NEXT
SaSu
AM
Cool
6:00
Morning
78
SET
NEXT
SaSu Heat
AM
6:00
Morning
70
SET
NEXT
SaSu
AM
8:00
Day
NEXT
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the morning time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the morning time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the morning time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the day time period.
Next Page
Page 12
Time Period Programming
Weekend Programming
SaSu
AM
Cool
8:00
Day
85
SET
NEXT
AM
SaSu Heat
8:00
Day
62
SET
NEXT
SaSu
PM
6:00
Evening
NEXT
SaSu
Cool PM
6:00
Evening
NEXT
78
SET
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the day time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the day time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the evening time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the evening time period.
Next Page
Page 13
Time Period Programming
Weekend Programming
SaSu Heat
PM
6:00
Evening
70
SET
NEXT
SaSu
PM
I0:00
Night
NEXT
SaSu
Cool PM
I0:00
Night
82
SET
NEXT
SaSu Heat
PM
I0:00
Night
NEXT
62
SET
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the evening time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the start time for
the night time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the cool setpoint for
the night time period.
Use these buttons to
adjust the heat setpoint for
the night time period.
Next Page
Page 14
Time Period Programming
After completion of setting the time period
programming, you have 2 options:
1) Run the time period program by sliding the
Program Switch to the RUN position.
Or,
2) Do not run the time period program. The
thermostat will operate as a manual
heat/cool thermostat. Slide the Program
Switch to OFF in this case.
Page 15
Program
Switch
RUN
OFF
SET
Advanced Setup
This is normally done by the installer at initial installation.
Enter advanced setup by adjusting the program switch to
SET. When the clock is flashing, press NEXT for 5 seconds.
Do not release the button until this screen appears.
NEXT
NEXT
NEXT
I
6
LI
F
Use these buttons to
adjust the deadband
from 1 to 6 degrees.
Use these buttons to
adjust the cycles/hour
from 2 to 6.
d=no limit (zoning)
d1=d+no compressor
lockout.
Yes
Step only
appears
if connected to 24
volt power
Select YES to have the
backlight always on, or NO
to turn off the backlight 8
seconds after a button press.
Use these buttons to select
thermostat operation in
degrees C or F.
If degrees C is selected two presses of the Up or Down
buttons will be required to change the setpoint.
Adjust the program switch to OFF or RUN to exit
Advanced Setup.
Page 16
Battery Replacement
To Open The Thermostat
The top of the thermostat housing has two (2) screwdriver slots to assist when seperating.
SCREWDRIVER
SLOTS
To pull the housing apart, insert a small blade screwdriver into the slot and rotate 90 . This will release
the top housing snaps.
Repeat the procedure in the other screw driver slot.
Separate the housing halves by pulling the top
forward until the pins release, and then lift the bottom
out.
The batteries must be replaced
immediately when the thermostat
displays the Low Battery code (fig.1).
Page 17
FIG. 1
Battery Replacement
REPLACE WITH ALKALINE BATTERIES AT LEAST ONCE
EVERY YEAR, OR WHEN THE “LOW BATTERY”
ICON
APPEARS (pages 2,17).
POSITION BATTERIES AS SHOWN
HP
GAS
USE “AA” SIZE
ALKALINE BATTERIES
ELEC GAS
USE “AA” SIZE
ALKALINE BATTERIES
IF THE THERMOSTAT IS CONNECTED TO 24V POWER,
THE BATTERIES MAY STILL BE INSTALLED. INSTALLING
THE BATTERIES WHEN SYSTEM POWERED (24VAC) WILL
KEEP THE CLOCK RUNNING IN THE EVENT OF LINE POWER
INTERRUPTION.
Page 18
Warranty
5-Year Warranty - This Product is warranted to be free from defects in material and
workmanship. If it appears within five years from the date of original installation, whether or
not actual use begins on that date, that the product does not meet this warranty, a new or
remanufactured part, at the manufacturer’s sole option, to replace any defective part will
be provided without charge for the part itself; PROVIDED the defective part is returned to
the distributor through a qualified servicing dealer.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE LABOR OR OTHER COSTS incurred for diagnosing, repairing,
removing, installing, shipping, servicing or handling of either defective parts or replacement
parts. Such costs may be covered by a separate warranty provided by the installer.
THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS IN THEIR ORIGINAL
INSTALLATION LOCATION AND BECOMES VOID UPON REINSTALLATION.
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES – ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY)
ARE HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD FOR WHICH THE LIMITED
WARRANTY IS GIVEN. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW
LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THE EXPRESSED WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND
MANY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR,
DEALER, OR OTHER PERSON WHATSOEVER.
ALL WORK UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE PERFORMED
DURING NORMAL WORKING HOURS. ALL REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHETHER
NEW OR REMANUFACTURED, ASSUME AS THEIR WARRANTY PERIOD ONLY THE
REMAINING TIME PERIOD OF THIS WARRANTY.
THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:
1. Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or owners
manual including filter cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication.
2. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of faulty installation, misapplication,
abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized alteration or improper operation.
3. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers or other
damages due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical service.
4. Damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments or
other conditions beyond the control of the Manufacturer.
5. Parts not supplied or designated by the Manufacturer, or damages resulting from their
use.
6. Manufacturer products installed outside the continental U.S.A., Alaska, Hawaii, and
Canada.
7. Electricity or fuel costs or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever
including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric heat.
8. ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL
DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER. Some states do not allow the exclusion of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may
vary form state to state.
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Programming Worksheet
DAY
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
see page 8
PERIOD START TIME COOL HEAT
Morning
Day
Evening
Night
Morning
Saturday
Sunday
Day
Evening
Night
Please be certain to program each time period in
chronological order to ensure proper programmed
operation of the thermostat. For example, if the
Morning Start Time is 6:30am, then the Day Start
Time MUST be programmed for any time AFTER the
6:30am Morning Start Time. Also, if the Day Start time
is set for 10:30am, then the Evening Start Time MUST
be programmed for any time AFTER the 10:30am
Day Start Time. Finally, if the Evening Start Time is
set for 5:30pm, then the Night Start Time MUST be
programmed for any time AFTER the 5:30pm Night
Start Time.
Printed on recycled paper.
P/N 88-399
Rev. 2
Form No. OM-TSTAT-36
Catalog No. 03TS-TA51