1 9801i 9815i 9820i DELUXE PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTATS User's Manual Menu Driven Display Integrated Humidity Control 24 VAC with Worry-Free Memory Storage English and Spanish Menus Humidity Sensing B Two Year Warranty
2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION 2! WARNING: Always turn off power at the main power source by unscrewing fuse or switching circuit breaker to the off position before installing, removing, or cleaning this thermostat. Read all of the information in this manual before programming this thermostat. This is a 24V AC low-voltage thermostat. Do not install on voltages higher than 30V AC. All wiring must conform to local and national building and electrical codes and ordinances. Do not short (jumper) across terminals on the gas valve or at the system control to test installation. This will damage the thermostat and void the warranty. This thermostat is equipped with automatic compressor protection to prevent potential damage due to short cycling or extended power outages. The short cycle protection provides a 5-minute delay between heating or cooling cycles to prevent the compressor from being damaged. Do not switch system to cool if the temperature is below 50 F (10 C). This can damage the cooling system and may cause personal injury. Use this thermostat only as described in this manual.
3 TABLE OF CONTENTS How do I change the time of day and day of the week? page 4 How do I turn on the heating or cooling cycles? page 5 What do the LED s below the display mean? page 6 How do I cycle the fan? page 7 How does INTERMITTENT FAN work? page 7 How do I temporarily change the temperature? page 8 Can I set a temporary adjustment for longer than 3 hours? page 9 Can I set the thermostat to hold one temperature indefinitely? page 10 How do I return to the Program Mode after being in HOLD? Page 10 How do I set the Vacation Mode? Page 11 How do I program my thermostat? page 12 How do I copy one day s program to another day? page 14 What is an event? page 15 How do I know what program is right for me? page 15 How do I set the Humidity Levels? Page 16 What is the difference between Manual and Auto modes? page 16 What happens if the mode is set to OFF? Page 16 What are the USER settings? page 17 Detailed Information on the USER SETTINGS (Or what do these USER SETTINGS do?) page 18 When would I need to change the USER settings? page 20 What are the INSTALLER settings? page 21 When would I need to change the INSTALLER settings? page 24 How does Energy Efficient Recovery (EER ) work? page 25 How does my remote indoor sensor work? page 25 When would I need a remote indoor sensor? page 25 How does my remote outdoor sensor work? page 25 Where should I install a remote outdoor sensor? page 25 Who should I call for additional help? page 26 What should I do if my power goes out? page 26 How do I reset the thermostat program to factory conditions? page 26 How do I know if the heating or cooling is on? page 26 My energy bills are too high. Is there anything I can do? page 27 3
4 How do I change the time of day and day of the week? MONDAY %RH 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 From the main screen press. 4 HOLD TEMP DAY / TIME FAN USER SETTINGS INSTALLER SETTINGS HOME BACK Use the UP or DOWN arrows to highlight DAY/TIME. Press. SET DAY & TIME Use the UP or DOWN arrow to highlight DAY, HOUR or MINUTES. Press SET. DAY HOUR MINUTES MAIN FRIDAY 12 PM 06 SET Use the UP or DOWN arrow to scroll through the days of the week, hours or minutes. Press SET to select desired value. Press MAIN when complete. SET DAY & TIME DAY FRIDAY HOUR 12 PM MINUTES 31 MAIN SET
5 How do I turn on the heating or cooling cycles? MONDAY %RH HOLD TEMP 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 PROGRAM HEAT / DAY / TIME FAN HOME Use the UP or DOWN arrows to highlight HEAT, or AUTO. Press. The button will turn on or off the desired cycle. You do not have to turn off HEAT to turn on. When HEAT or or AUTO is turned on, all others are automatically shut off. After pressing the button, the main screen will automatically appear. From the main screen press. MORE NOTE: Emergency heat is only used on the 9820i model. NOTE: AUTO appears only if Auto Changeover is turned on in the Installer Settings. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to highlight HEAT/. Press. HEAT / SETTINGS HEAT AUTO EMERGENCY HEAT MAIN HEAT / SETTINGS HEAT AUTO EMERGENCY HEAT MAIN 5
6 What do the LED s below the display mean? 6 The LED s indicate when the HVAC system is activated. With a call for heating or cooling, the HEAT or LED will be illuminated. THE AUX LED indicates the second stage of heating or cooling. The CHECK LED is used only on the 9820i. It indicates the heat pump should be serviced by a qualified technician. The EMER LED indicates that the emergency heat is turned on.
7 How do I cycle the fan? MONDAY %RH HOLD TEMP 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 From the main screen press. PROGRAM HEAT / DAY / TIME FAN HOME MORE How does INTERMITTENT FAN work? INTERMITTENT FAN ON TIME 5 MIN OFF TIME 20 MIN FAN Use the UP or DOWN buttons until FAN is highlighted. Press. FAN FAN SETTINGS FAN PROGRAM MAIN MAIN INTERMITTENT will turn the fan on for a set period of time for a given interval. Use the UP or DOWN buttons to highlight FAN settings. Press. Three choices are available: ON will turn the fan on continuously. AUTO will turn the fan on only when there is a call for heating or cooling. INTERMITTENT will turn the fan on for a set period of time for a given interval. Highlight the choice you desire and press. FAN SETTINGS ON AUTO INTERMITTENT The thermostat will cycle the fan on for the set ON cycle. The fan will remain off for the set OFF cycle. If the HVAC system runs for a longer period than the ON cycle, the OFF cycle will start counting over again when the system shuts off. 7
8 How do I temporarily change the temperature? 8 MONDAY %RH 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 From the main screen, press the UP or DOWN button. The screen will change to the following. HOLD TEMP SET TEMPERATURE AT 70.0 F UNTIL 6:29 PM Use the UP or DOWN button to adjust to the desired temperature. This is a temporary 3-hour hold or until the next programmed event, whichever is shorter. For a longer duration see page 9. HOME SET TEMP SET AT 70 F UNTIL 6:29 PM 70.5 F 30%RH RESUME PROGRAM FAN AUTO After pressing the SET TEMP button or after 5 seconds the screen will indicate the new setpoint and its duration. To return to the normal operating program mode, press RESUME PROGRAM.
9 Can I set a temporary adjustment for longer than 3 hours? MONDAY %RH 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 Yes you can! Press the HOLD TEMP button. The following screen appears. HOLD TEMP HOLD SETTINGS PERMANENT HOLD TEMPORARY HOLD VACATION HOLD HOME Press the DOWN button to highlight TEMPORARY HOLD. Press. TEMPORARILY AT 70.0 F UNTIL 3:49 PM The temperature should be highlighted. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust the temperature. Press SET TEMP. HOME SET TEMP TEMPORARILY AT The time should be highlighted. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust the time. Press SET TIME. HOME 70.0 F UNTIL 3:49 PM SET TIME The main screen will now indicate a TEMPORARY HOLD until the desired time. Press RESUME PROGRAM to return to the program operating mode. SET AT 70 F UNTIL 8:29 PM 77.0 F RESUME PROGRAM FAN AUTO 9
10 Can I set the thermostat to hold one temperature indefinitely? MONDAY %RH 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 You can do that too! From the main screen press the HOLD TEMP button. The following screen appears. 10 HOLD TEMP HOLD SETTINGS PERMANENT HOLD TEMPORARY HOLD VACATION HOLD HOME PERMANENTLY AT The PERMANENT HOLD feature should be highlighted. If it is not, use the UP or DOWN arrow to highlight it. Press F Use the UP or DOWN arrow to set the temperature to the desired level. Press SET TEMP. HOLD SET TEMP How do I return to the Program Mode after being in HOLD? PERMANENTLY SET AT 71.0 F 70.0 F 30%RH RESUME PROGRAM FAN AUTO The main screen will now indicate a PERMANENT HOLD. Press RESUME PROGRAM to return to the program operating mode. PERMANENTLY SET AT 71.0 F 70.0 F 30%RH RESUME PROGRAM FAN AUTO Simply press the RESUME PROGRAM button. This works from all HOLD screens.
11 How do I set the Vacation Mode? MONDAY %RH 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 Take a trip and don t worry about the temperature! From the main screen press the HOLD TEMP button. The following screen appears. HOLD TEMP HOLD SETTINGS PERMANENT HOLD TEMPORARY HOLD VACATION HOLD HOME The number of days should be highlighted. Use the UP or DOWN arrow to set the length of your vacation. Press SET DAY. Use the UP or DOWN arrow to highlight the VACATION HOLD feature. Press. VACATION SETTING 70.0 F FOR 7 DAYS HOLD SET TEMP HOME The main screen will now indicate the VACATION settings. Press RESUME PROGRAM to cancel and return to the program operating mode. The temperature should be highlighted. Use the UP or DOWN arrow change to the desired temperature. Press SET TEMP. VACATION SETTING 70.0 F FOR 7 DAYS SET DAY SET AT 70 F FOR 7 DAYS 77.0 F OUTSIDE 24 F RESUME PROGRAM FAN AUTO 11
12 How do I program my thermostat? MONDAY %RH 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 From the main screen press the button. 12 HOLD TEMP PROGRAM HEAT / DAY / TIME MORE FAN HOME PROGRAM DAYS MON TO SUN MON TO FRI SAT TO SUN MONDAY MAIN Use the UP or DOWN button to highlight PROGRAM. Press. MORE You can select a variety of programming. Make your selection and press. MON-SUN allows every day to be set the same. MON-FRI allows for weekday programming while SAT-SUN will adjust weekends differently. You also can select each day of the week individually. NOTE: Even if you select MON-SUN, you still can go back and change individual days to suit your lifestyle. MONDAY PROGRAM HEAT WAKE 06:30A MORN 08:30A EVE 04:30P NIGHT 10:30P MAIN Use the UP or DOWN button to select the event to program. The thermostat can be selected for 2, 4, or 6 events per day. See USER SETTINGS for EVENTS PER DAY selection. After selecting the event to program, press. Please go to the next page for a continued discussion on "How to program your thermostat."
13 How do I program my thermostat? (Con t.) MONDAY PROGRAM HEAT WAKE 06:00A MORN 08:30A EVE 04:30P NIGHT 10:30P BACK SET TIME The time for the first event should be highlighted. Use the UP or DOWN key to change the time. Press SET TIME. MONDAY PROGRAM HEAT WAKE 06:30A MORN 08:30A EVE 04:30P NIGHT 10:30P BACK SET HEAT The second event will now be highlighted. Use the UP or DOWN key to change events if desired. When the desired event is highlighted, press. Continue programming until all events are programmed. The heating setpoint for the first event will be highlighted. Use the UP or DOWN key to change the desired temperature. Press SET HEAT. MONDAY PROGRAM HEAT WAKE 06:30A MORN 08:30A EVE 04:30P NIGHT 10:30P BACK SET The cooling setpoint for the first event will be highlighted. Use the UP or DOWN key to change the desired temperature. Press SET. MONDAY PROGRAM HEAT WAKE 06:30A MORN 08:30A EVE 04:30P NIGHT 10:30P MAIN 13
14 How do I copy one day s program to another day? MONDAY PROGRAM HEAT MORN 08:30A EVE 04:30P NIGHT 10:30P COPY MAIN In the program screen, press the DOWN button until COPY is highlighted. Press. 14 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY COPY MONDAY TO YES YES Use the UP or DOWN button to highlight the day to copy to. Press YES / NO. A YES will appear next to the day. Do this for each day to which that program is to be copied. Press FINISHED when complete. FINISHED YES / NO After pressing FINISHED, you can choose to program other days or exit. YES will take you back to the Select Program Days screen. NO will exit you to the main screen. NO CONTINUE PROGRAMMING? YES
15 What is an event? An event is a programming period. This could be the period in the morning when you are preparing for work or school. It could be the period when no one is at home. It could be the period when the household is asleep at night. The time for an event is selected based on when you want the event to occur. For example, if you wake up at 6:30 AM, set the first event for 6:30 AM. The thermostat will automatically make sure that your home is at the desired temperature selected for that event by the time you wake. This thermostat can be selected for 2, 4, or 6 events. Two events should be selected if someone is home all day thereby requiring a constant temperature during the day and a different temperature at night. Four events are the most common for working households. Event 1 (WAKE) is the morning period. Event 2 (DAY) is when everybody has left for school or work. Event 3 (EVE) is the return period, coming home from school or work. Event 4 (NIGHT) is the night period when everybody is asleep. Six events can be used especially when there is activity during the day. Event 1 (WAKE) is the morning period. Event 2 (MORN) is when everybody has left for school or work. Event 3 (NOON) is the lunch period, when the kids may be home for a break. Event 4 (DAY) is the afternoon period when the house is empty. Event 5 (EVE) is the return period, coming home from school or work. Event 6 (NIGHT) is the night period when everybody is asleep. How do I know what program is right for me? The thermostat is set up with the US EPA ENERGYSTAR recommended times and temperatures for optimal energy savings. You can change these to suit your lifestyle. The best rule is to examine your schedule and set the times and temperatures that best fit. This thermostat is so versatile, you can easily temporarily change temperatures or programs at a whim. 15
16 How do I set the Humidity Levels? The humidity level is adjustable from 15% to 45% RH. From the Main Screen press. Use the UP or DOWN arrow to highlight HUMIDIFY. Press. Use the UP or DOWN arrow to again highlight HUMIDIFY. Press. Use the UP and DOWN arrow to adjust the humidity level. Press to set. PROGRAM HEAT/ HUMIDIFY DAY / TIME HOME 16 What is the difference between Manual and Auto modes? In the Manual mode, the humidifier will turn on only with a call for heat and when the indoor humidity level falls below the setpoint. In the Auto mode, the thermostat will evaluate the outside and inside air temperature and establish an optimal humidity setting to minimize condensation on windows. This can be fine tuned in the Dew Point adjustment screen. The humidifier will turn on with a call for heat when the indoor humidity level falls below the calculated setpoint. What happens if the mode is set to OFF? The humidifier is shut off. There will be no control of humidity levels in the home. HUMIDIFY MODE HUMIDIFY MAIN HUM HUMIDIFY CONTROL 45 % OFF 45%
17 What are the USER settings? MONDAY %RH 3:29 PM FAN AUTO SET AT 78 The USER SETTINGS can change the way information is displayed on the thermostat and help to optimize comfort. It s one way to truly personalize your new thermostat. HOLD TEMP HEAT / DAY / TIME FAN USER SETTINGS HOME BACK MORE To get to the USER SETTINGS, press the button from the main screen. USER SETTINGS are below the FAN settings. Use the DOWN button to scroll below the screen. Press. Choose the setting you would like to change. When the SETTING is highlighted, press. There are 13 USER SETTINGS in all as listed below. For detailed information on each user setting, please go to the next page. USER SETTINGS USER SETTINGS USER SETTINGS USER SETTINGS F OR C F 12 OR 24hr 12 SHOW SET TEMP YES EVENTS / DAY 4 1ST STAGE DIFF 1 F 2ND STAGE DIFF 2 F 2ND STAGE DELAY 20 ING LIMIT 45 F ING LIMIT HEATING LIMIT LANGUAGE SENSOR 68 F 78 F ENG L & R HEATING LIMIT LANGUAGE SENSOR SECURITY 78 F ENG L & R OFF MAIN MAIN MAIN MAIN 17
18 Detailed Information on the USER SETTINGS (Or what do these USER SETTINGS do?) To select a USER SETTING, use the UP or DOWN button to highlight the desired value. Press to select desired value. 18 TEMPERATURE F C TEMPERATURE: Fahrenheit or Celsius Temperature will be displayed in F or C. USER CLOCK 12 HOUR 24 HOUR CLOCK SETTINGS Displays time in standard 12-hour format or military format. USER DISPLAY SET POINT TEMPERATURE? NO YES SETPOINT TEMPERATURE Each event has a setpoint temperature. Choose whether to display this value or not. USER EVENTS / DAY EVENTS / DAY 4 NUMBER OF EVENTS PER DAY Select events per day. Choose from 2, 4, or 6 events per day USER
19 More Detailed Information on the USER SETTINGS. DIFFERENTIAL SETTING 1ST DIFF 1 F 2ND DIFF 2 F 2ND DELAY 20 MIN USER DIFFERENTIAL SETTINGS The temperature differential is your comfort level. The differential is the difference from setpoint before your heating or cooling system will turn on. The 9815i and 9820i models also have 2 nd stage differential. If the temperature falls below (or above for cooling) the setpoint by the 1 st stage differential plus the 2 nd stage, the auxiliary heating (or cooling) system will turn on. The 2 nd stage delay is a timed delay before the second stage will turn on if the setpoint has not been achieved within that time frame. SET ING LIMIT LOWEST ING 45 F SETTING ALLOWED SET HEATING LIMIT HIGHEST HEATING 90 F SETTING ALLOWED HEATING and ING LIMITS To prevent individuals (probably your kids) from adjusting the thermostat too hot or too cold, you can limit the maximum setting for the heating and cooling modes. This will help you save on energy costs. USER USER A LANGUAGE ENGLISH ESPANOL LANGUAGE SETTING This screen allows you to choose the displayed language; English or Spanish. USER 19
20 20 More Detailed Information on the USER SETTINGS. SENSOR SETTINGS USE LOCAL SENSOR AVG. LOCAL / REMOTE USE REMOTE SENSOR USER SENSOR SETTINGS This screen will appear when a remote indoor sensor (9020i) is connected to the thermostat. USE LOCAL SENSOR will disable the remote sensor and only sense from the thermostat. AVG. LOCAL/REMOTE will take a temperature reading from both the thermostat and the remote sensor and average the two for even temperature control. USE REMOTE SENSOR will disable the sensor in the thermostat and only control from the remote location. CHANGE TEMP. ONLY PREVENT ALL CHANGES USER SECURITY SECURITY SETTINGS In order to prevent tampering with the program and your desired settings, two levels of security are available.the first will allow only temporary changes to the temperature. It protects all other programmed setpoints. The second will restrict changes to EVERYTHING, including temporary changes to the temperature. ENTER SECURITY CODE FOR TEMPERATURE USER SECURITY CODE In this screen you enter a four-digit code. Use the UP or DOWN button to change the first value, press. The second digit will be highlighted. Repeat for all four values. And don t forget your code. If you do, you will have to reset the entire thermostat and that will erase all the schedules you ve programmed into the unit. When would I need to change the USER settings? About the only features you may need to change are the temperature differentials (if you desire additional comfort), and the security settings. All the other settings probably will not need to be changed.
21 What are the INSTALLER settings? The INSTALLER SETTINGS are setup during the initial installation. They tell the thermostat how to function with your heating or cooling equipment. The following is a brief overview and discussion of these settings. INSTALLER SETTINGS INSTALLER SETTINGS INSTALLER SETTINGS SYSTEM SETUP GAS AUTOCHANGEOVER OFF SECURITY OFF RESIDUAL 60 EER ON CONTACT INFO LOW BALANCE 45 F DEADBAND 3 F SERVICE INT HIGH BALANCE 95 F SECURITY OFF REMINDER RUN HOME HOME MAIN SYSTEM SETUP FURNACE HEAT PUMP SYSTEM SETUP Choose the system component which the thermostat will control. INSTALL 1ST STAGE HEATING GAS / OIL ELECTRIC INSTALL 1st STAGE HEATING The 9801i and the 9815i can have a gas/oil or electric first stage heating. Choose the energy source for 1st stage heating. 21
22 INSTALLER settings (continued) 22 AUXILIARY HEAT STANDARD - COMP. =ON ADD ON - COMP. =OFF INSTALL AUXILIARY HEAT The 9820i can be set to use your 2H/2C heat pump internal auxiliary heating or to use an external add-on source. The add-on feature will be used most often when a single stage heat pump uses a gas or electric furnace as its second stage of heating. RESIDUAL SECONDS DELAY 60 RESIDUAL In order to get greater efficiency from the cooling system, the fan can be programmed to run for 0 (OFF), 30, 60, 90, or 120 seconds after the air conditioner has shut off. INSTALL BALANCE POINTS LOW BALANCE 45 F HIGH BALANCE 95 F BALANCE POINTS This screen will appear only when the optional outdoor sensor 9025i is connected to the thermostat. When this sensor is used with the 9820i, you can set the lower and upper temperatures to disable or enable 2nd stage heat. INSTALL AUTO CHANGEOVER DISABLE ENABLE AUTO CHANGEOVER When turned on, the thermostat will switch automatically between heating and cooling to maintain the optimal temperature in your home. INSTALL
23 INSTALLER settings (continued) ENERGY EFFICIENT RECOVERY DISABLE ENABLE INSTALL ENERGY EFFICIENT RECOVERY When turned on, the thermostat will look up to two hours before the next event and anticipate when to turn on to reach the desired temperature. AUTOCHANGE DEADBAND 3 F INSTALL DEADBAND SETPOINT Deadband is used with the AUTO CHANGEOVER feature. The deadband is the temperature difference from the setpoint temperature during which the heating or cooling will not be turned on. This is adjustable from 2-8 F (1.0-4 C). ENTER SECURITY CODE FOR INSTALLER SETTINGS SECURITY CODE Enter a code to prevent changes to the INSTALLER settings. INSTALL 23
24 CONTACT INFORMATION AIR EXPERTS CONTACT INFORMATION This allows the servicing HVAC contractor to put their name and phone number into the thermostat to remind you when service may be required. BACK EDIT SERVICE MONITOR SERVICE MONITOR 980 FILTER MONITOR 980 INSTALL REMINDER PERIOD RUN TIME CALENDAR TIME INSTALL SERVICE MONITOR Two menus are available, the Service Monitor and the Filter Monitor. Both can be set based on the HVAC system run time or the calendar. See Reminder Interval. The Service Monitor can be set from OFF to 360 days in 30 day increments or OFF to 980 in 20 hour increments. The Filter Monitor can be set from OFF to 360 days in 30 day increments or OFF to 980 in 20 hour increments. REMINDER INTERVAL The Reminder Interval can be set for either HVAC system run time or based on the calendar. If Run Time is chosen, the service reminder will be set in hours. After the HVAC system has been operating for the selected number of hours, a Service Reminder will be displayed informing you that service is suggested for your system. If Calendar Time is chosen, the service reminders will be set in days. After the selected number of days has passed, a Service Reminder will be displayed informing you that service is suggested for your system. When would I need to change the INSTALLER settings? NEVER! The INSTALLER SETTINGS are selected based on the type of equipment you have in your home. This feature should be set only by a certified HVAC technician. Changing these settings could result in higher energy costs and may even damage your equipment. You should only change the FILTER MONITOR length should you get a new type of filter.
25 How does Energy Efficient Recovery (EER ) work? Energy Efficient Recovery is an energy saving feature. During a set back period (or set up in cooling), it allows the thermostat to look up to two hours ahead to determine when to turn on the heating (cooling) system. During this time period, the second stage is locked out to allow the first (and most efficient stage) to bring your home to the desired temperature. How does my remote indoor sensor work? The remote indoor sensor (part #9020i) can be used to improve the comfort of your home. When used in conjunction with the local sensor on the thermostat, the two sensors average the sensed temperature and control to that average temperature. You also can use the remote sensor in a stand-alone situation when you want to control the temperature in a remote room but have the thermostat in a secure location. When would I need a remote indoor sensor? Large rooms are ideal for remote sensors. Installing a remote sensor across from the thermostat will provide constant comfort throughout the living space. How does my remote outdoor sensor work? The remote outdoor sensor (9025i) can be used to aid in the comfort of your home or simply as a sensing device to inquire about outdoor conditions. In most applications, the thermostat will have a display of the temperature sensed by the remote outdoor sensor. With your heat pump system, the remote outdoor sensor can help determine when to turn on the second stage of heating for optimal comfort. The outdoor sensor also allows you to choose AUTO humidity sensing (see page 16) to minimize condensation on your windows. Where should I install a remote outdoor sensor? The remote outdoor sensor should be installed on the northern wall of your home, away from direct sunlight or other heat sources that may affect its sensitivity. 25
26 Who should I call for additional help? For additional troubleshooting information, visit our web site at To talk with a service representative, give us a call at What should I do if my power goes out? Make sure your family is safe and don t worry about the thermostat. Your thermostat automatically retains the time of day for approximately two hours in the event of a power outage. All other programmed parameters are stored permanently in memory. So, if your power is out for more than two hours, simply reset the clock. See page 5. How do I reset the thermostat program to factory conditions? To reset the thermostat to factory conditions, press the UP button and the LEFT button at the same time. Hold for 8 seconds. The time of day will display 12:00 indicating a reset has occurred. NOTE: This will erase all programming and return the thermostat to the factory conditions including the installer settings. Use this only as a last resort. How do I know if the heating or cooling is on? The display of the thermostat will indicate the operating mode, HEAT or. When the temperature in your home decreases or increases, the HEATING or ING cycle will come on based on the displayed mode. When the HVAC system is ON, LEDs along the bottom crease will turn on. 26
27 My energy bills are too high. Is there anything I can do? While we can t do anything about the high cost of energy, we can try to use less energy thereby lowering our heating and cooling costs. Generally, the best way to do this is to use the EPA ENERGYSTAR recommended setpoints for heating and cooling. ENERGYSTAR Setpoints Winter Summer (Heating) (Cooling) Morning 70 F (21 C) 78 F (25 C) Day 62 F (17 C) 85 F (29 C) Evening 70 F (21 C) 78 F (25 C) Night 62 F (17 C) 82 F (28 C) Another way to contain costs is to cycle the heat pump or air conditioner with moderation. The thermostat controls the cycle rate based on temperature differentials. By maintaining a reasonable differential setpoint, 1 F for 1st stage and 2 F for 2nd stage, your furnace will cycle with moderation. Finally, using the remote outdoor sensor coupled with the balance point feature (see INSTALLER SETTINGS, page 21) will allow your furnace to cycle to the most efficient stage for your heating or cooling needs. 27
28 TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY The manufacturer warrants to the original contractor installer or to the original consumer user, each new Robertshaw thermostat to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover batteries (if so equipped), damage caused by batteries, damage resulting from improper installation, alteration, misuse or abuse of the thermostat occurring after the date of purchase. The manufacturer agrees to repair or replace at its option any thermostat under warranty provided it is returned within the warranty period, postage prepaid, with proof of the date of purchase. Cost of thermostat removal or reinstallation is not the responsibility of the manufacturer. Repair or replacement as provided under this warranty is the exclusive remedy of the consumer. This warranty and our liability does not apply to merchandise that has been damaged caused by misuse, neglect, mishandling, alterations, improper installation, or use in a way other than in accordance with the recommendations and instructions of the manufacturer. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose on this product is limited to the duration of this warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Instructions for return: Pack the thermostat carefully in a well-padded carton. Be sure to include a note describing, in detail, what is wrong with the product. Return, postage prepaid, to: Climate Controls Americas 515 South Promenade Ave., Corona, CA 91719, Attn: Warranty Department 28 Climate Controls Americas 515 Promenade Avenue Corona CA United States of America Made in Mexico Patents Pending B
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Premier Series Programmable Thermostats MODEL 5200 1 2 3 4 5 Specifications Installation Programming Installer Settings Testing Your New Thermostat Programming User Settings WARNING Important Safety Information
MagicStat CT3300 Programmable Thermostat Installation and Programming Instructions Weekday/Weekend (5-day/2-day) Programmable Heat and/or Cool Low Voltage (20 to 30 Vac) Thermostat and Mounting Plate Model
1 Specifications Premier Series Non-Programmable Thermostats MODEL 3000 MODEL 3200 1 2 3 4 5 Specifications Installation Testing Your New Thermostat Programming User Settings Temperature Adjustment WARNING
EMERSON BLUE Wireless Comfor t Inter face 1F98EZ-1621 HOMEOWNER USER GUIDE Emerson Blue Wireless Comfort Interface - Homeowner User Guide Message to Homeowners Congratulations on choosing the Emerson Blue
ComfortSense 7500 Commercial Thermostat User Guide 507505-02 6/2018 Supersedes 5/2017 Table of Contents Features...2 Home Screen Temperature Indicator...2 Home Screen Information...3 Operating Mode Selection...5
User s Manual ELITE PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT WITH MENU DRIVEN DISPLAY Customizable programming options for every day, weekdays, weekends, or individual days. Smart recovery gradually adjusts indoor temperatures
O M N I S T A T ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATING THERMOSTAT : P DAY COOL AUTO Hold Prog Mode Fan OMNISTAT Owner's Manual RC-112 Two Speed Heat Pump 3 Stage Heat / 2 Stage Cool With Energy Efficient Control Document
2007 Lennox Industries Inc. Dallas, Texas, USA OWNER S GUIDE ComfortSense 5000 Series Models L5711U and L5732U Programmable Touch Screen Thermostats IMPORTANT Read and save these instructions. 506067 01
Overview Options Programming Your Homeowner s / 1 Message to the Homeowners Your premium Comfort Control 2 HD Communicating is designed to give you and your family the indoor comfort you desire. It s easy
RC-2000 Thermostat Installation Instructions DESCRIPTION The RC-2000 is a precision digital thermostat designed for 24 VAC heating and cooling systems. The RC-2000 will support the following systems: Single
Model 8800 Universal Communicating Thermostat Safety & Installation Instructions READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Table of contents Installation Installation location recommendations... 2 Thermostat mounting...
ACONT600AF11MA/ACONT602AF22MA Programmable Comfort Control OWNER S GUIDE M28617 Pub. No. 12-5039-03 69-1831-04 Quick Reference Card Grasp and pull to see basic operating instructions at a glance. Battery
MODEL Premier Series 3000 USER MANUAL Non-Programmable Single Stage Heat/Cool Digital Thermostat Compatible with low voltage single stage gas, oil or electric heating or cooling systems, including single
Builder Series Non-Programmable Thermostats MODEL 1000 MODEL 0 1 2 3 4 Single Stage Heat / Cool Conventional and Heat Pump Multi-Stage 2 Heat / 1 Cool Conventional and Heat Pump Before Installing, Programming
Programmable Thermostats Detailed User Guide 2020NC 2220NC Single Stage Heat / Cool Conventional and Heat Pump Up to 2 Heat / 1 Cool Conventional and Heat Pump Model number is located on back of thermostat
Energy Plannersm Programmable Thermostat Customer Guide Take control of your comfort and energy savings BLANK PLACEHOLDER FOR INSIDE FRONT COVER DO NOT PRINT Contents Introduction About this Guide... 1
110-792B 7/12/01 8:28 AM Page 1 ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT Owner s Manual MODEL 8554 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat 110-792B 7/12/01 8:28 AM Page 2 OWNER S MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS ENERGY STAR Program Information............................................................
INSTALLATION MANUAL This manual covers the following models: T955W Master Thermostat Base Module Thermostat Applications Guide Description Gas or Oil Heat Electric Furnace Heat Pump (No Aux. or Emergency
O M N I S T A T ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATING THERMOSTAT : P DAY COOL AUTO Hold Prog Mode Fan OMNISTAT Owner's Manual RC-101 Heat Pump Real Time Pricing System 2 Stage Heat / 1 Stage Cool Document Number 13R00-4
INSTALLER S & OWNER S MANUAL HVAC INSTALLER: PLEASE LEAVE MANUAL FOR HOMEOWNER Part No. 4028539 Dehumidifier & Ventilation System Controller 4201 Lien Rd Madison, WI 53704 TOLL-FREE 1-800-533-7533 www.thermastor.com
Programmable Thermostats Detailed User Guide 2020NC 2220NC Single Stage Heat / Cool Conventional and Heat Pump Up to 2 Heat / 2 Cool Conventional Up to 2 Heat / 1 Cool Heat Pump Model number is located
Digital Thermostat residential THERMOSTAT T1050 5+2 Day PROGRAMMABLE up to 2-heat & 2-cool PUMP Control up to 2 heat & 2 Cool Stages 4 Settings Per Day Self-prompting programming Auto changeover Separate
SAS6000UTK-7-WIFI OPERATING INSTRUCTION 1 This manual apply for SAS6000UTK-7-WIFI,used with Single Stage,Multi-Stage,Heat pump and has mobile control function. SPECIFICATION Power Supply Dual Power 24VAC
USER S INFORMATION MANUAL PREMIUM HIGH DEFINITION TOUCH SCREEN COMMUNICATING CONTROL MODELS: S1-TTSCC01 Energy Saver ABOUT YOUR COMMUNICATING CONTROL.......................... 2 Features.........................
Programmable Load Management Thermostat Weekday/Weekend (5-day/ Saturday/Sunday) Programmable T7512A,B USER S GUIDE 69-1575 1 69-1575 Welcome to the world of comfort and energy savings with your new Honeywell
Talking Thermostat Model VT3000 Guide SmartWay Solutions, Inc. US Patent 6,608,560 & 7,62,253 For Quick Set-Up go to Page 4 Model VT3000, a universal thermostat for use on most Gas or Electric, Conventional
Model Air Conditioning & Heating 5+2 Programmable Digital Thermostat 1-Heat & 1-Cool Heat Pump Compatible Battery or System Powered Backlit Digital Display Fahrenheit or Celsius Service Filter Indicator
C O N T R O L S icomfort Residential Communicating Control System icomfort Touch Communicating Thermostat P R O D U C T S P E C I F I C AT I O N S Bulletin No. 210538 March 2012 Supersedes October 2011
Set & $ave Programmable Thermostat Installation and Operation Manual English Model 44360 Form# 42710-01 20091204 2009 Hunter Fan Co. 2 Table of Contents Important Information... 5 Tools... 6 Uninstalling
INSTALLER S & OWNER S MANUAL HVAC INSTALLER: PLEASE LEAVE MANUAL FOR HOMEOWNER DEH 3000R Part No. 4028407 Dehumidifier & Ventilation System Controller 4201 Lien Road, Madison, WI 53704 TOLL-FREE (800)-533-7533
T8011F Flush Mount Programmable Heat PumpThermostat OWNER S GUIDE 1 69-1557 Welcome to the world of comfort and energy savings with your new Honeywell programmable thermostat. Your new programmable thermostat
Model Air Conditioning & Heating Heat Pump 5+2 Day Programmable Digital Thermostat Control up to 2-Heat & 1-Cool Battery or System Powered Backlit Digital Display Auxiliary Heat Indicator Fahrenheit or
INSTALLATION MANUAL This manual covers TopTech models: TT-S-755H Thermostat Applications Guide Description Gas or Oil Heat Electric Furnace Heat Pump (No Aux. or Emergency Heat) Heat Pump (with Aux. or
Model 8476 Thermostat with Event-Based Air Cleaning Safety & Installation Instructions READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Table of contents Installation Installation location recommendations... 3 Outdoor
3000 Premier Series Non-Programmable Single Stage /Cool Digital Thermostat OWNERS MANUAL Compatible with low voltage single stage gas, oil or electric heating or cooling systems, including single stage
Installation and Programming Instructions for Deluxe Programmable Thermostats TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION...4 STANDARD FEATURES...4-6 THERMOSTAT LOCATION...7 REMOVING THE THERMOSTAT FROM THE SUBBASE...8
OWNER'S MANUAL How to operate your new Programmable Thermostat Congratulations! You made a smart choice when you purchased your new programmable thermostat. It s the smart thermostat that: Keeps you comfortable
Honeywell CT8602 PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Seven Day Programmable Heat and/or Cool Low Voltage (20 to 30 Vac) Thermostat and Wallplate Model CT8602 OWNER S GUIDE Para obtener un documento con las instrucciones
INTRODUCTI Thank you for purchasing your new Comfort-Set 90 Series thermostat. Your new White-Rodgers Thermostat uses solid state microcomputer technology to provide precise time/temperature control. This
Programmable 5-2 Day Digital Thermostat 1 STAGE HEAT COOL THERMOSTAT TOTALINE 72 72 prog run off set Tu Heat I2:00 next SINGLE STAGE HEAT PUMP COMPATIBLE (Does not control auxiliary heat) Separate programs
Honeywell CT3611 PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Seven Day Programmable Heat Pump Low Voltage (20 to 30 Vac) Thermostat and Wallplate Model CT3611 OWNER S GUIDE Para pedir estas instrucciones en español, llame
Builder Series Non-Programmable Thermostat MODEL 00NC Heat Only or Cool Only Thermostat Before Installing, Programming or Operating, PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS Specifications Temperature Adjustment WARNING
RTH8500 Series Programmable Thermostat Quick Installation Guide Included in your box Quick Install Guide Screws and anchors UWP Mounting System (UWP) RTH8500 Thermostat Tools you will need Tools you may
Programmable Heat-Pump Thermostat TAYSTAT 540 OWNER S GUIDE FEATURES The Trane Co. sells comfort systems. Comfort is achieved through matching the correct equipment and controls. This thermostat is designed
INSTALLATION MANUAL This manual covers the following models: T755 Thermostat Applications Guide Description Gas or Oil Heat Electric Furnace Heat Pump (No Aux. or Emergency Heat) Heat Pump (with Aux. or
TX100E 7-DAY or 5/2-DAY PROGRAMMABLE, OR NON-PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 52203 IMPORTANT! Please read all of these instructions carefully before beginning installation.