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TH140-28  
Installation and User Guide  
Electronic Programmable Thermostat  
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.2 Thermostat Wiring  
Installation  
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NORTH AMERICA  
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.1 Guidelines  
LOW VOLTAGE < 30 V: no polarity  
TURN OFF POWER TO THE HEATING SYSTEM AT THE MAIN  
POWER PANEL TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK.  
Installation should be carried out by an electrician.  
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20/240 V  
For a new installation, choose a location about 5 ft. (1.5 m) above  
the floor.  
Connection to a  
circulatorthrough  
a 24 V relay  
The thermostat must be installed facing the heating system and on  
an inside wall.  
Relay  
Avoid locations where there are air drafts (top of staircase, air out-  
let), dead air spots (behind a door), direct sunlight or concealed  
chimneys or stove pipes.  
24 V transformer  
Relay  
Connection to the  
thermostat terminals  
of a furnace  
Furnace  
LINE VOLTAGE 120 to 240 VAC  
Must be installed onto a certified electrical box.  
Power supply  
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A maximum load  
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20/240 V  
Connection to a  
circulator (pump)  
Load  
n Loosen the captive screw holding the faceplate to the mounting  
of a water heating  
system  
Provided wires  
plate.  
o Pull the lower part of the faceplate to remove it from the mount-  
ing plate.  
EUROPE  
p Loosen the screw (captive) holding the wire cover and remove  
For a 2-wire connection: no polarity  
the wire cover.  
q Pull wires through the hole in the mounting plate and secure the  
mounting plate to the wall (or onto an electrical box for line volt-  
age wiring) using the enclosed wall anchors and screws.  
Direct wiring to  
the circulator  
240 V  
r Wire the thermostat to the heating system (see section 1.2) and,  
if necessary, connect the remote input (see section 1.3).  
s Once wiring is complete, re-install the wire cover.  
t Use the switches located at the back of the faceplate to config-  
ure your thermostat (see section 1.4) according to your applica-  
tion.  
Relay  
Connection to the  
thermostat terminals  
of a furnace  
Furnace  
u Install the batteries (see section 1.5).  
v Mount the faceplate on the mounting plate and tighten the screw.  
For a 3-wire connection: observe the polarity  
Wiring to a  
power-operated  
mixing control valve  
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40 V  
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.3 Remote Input Wiring  
Heating Cycle Selection (switches #1 and #2)  
The TH140 is equipped with a remote input which allows connection  
of a telephone controller (optional Aube CT240), a home automation  
system or any other remote control system. When a signal is  
received through this input, the TH140 will automatically switch from  
normal operating mode to Vacation mode, or vice versa when the sig-  
nal is removed.  
Select the cycle using switches #1 and #2. Short cycles help  
eliminate temperature variations, thus increasing user comfort. Since  
shorter cycles can lead to premature system wear, it is important to  
select the temperature control cycles appropriate to your heating  
system. In general, the bigger your heating unit is, the longer the  
cycles should be.  
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.3.1 Connection to the CT240  
Cycles  
EUROPE  
AMERICA  
Position  
Connect CT240 terminals A and C to TH140  
terminals X and C. You must respect the  
polarity.  
Not recommended for Not recommended for  
5
minutes  
furnaces  
central units  
For details on operating the telephone control-  
ler, refer to the instruction manual.  
Gas or electric  
wall furnace  
Radiant or convection  
electric heating  
10 minutes  
15 minutes  
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.3.2 Connection to a home automation system  
Fuel or gas floor  
furnace, forced air  
heating  
Connect the TH140 to the home auto-  
mation system as displayed in the wir-  
ing diagram.  
Home automation system  
Central heating  
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0 minutes  
Commercial unit  
1.4 Configure the Thermostat  
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.4.2 Conventional mode with anticipation (switch #5)  
The switches are located on the back of the faceplate. Default set-  
tings are highlighted.  
This mode is compatible with all heating systems.  
Programmable Span Selection (switches #1 and #2)  
Switch  
Description  
UP  
15 min (see 1.4.1)  
0.5°C (0.9°F) (see 1.4.2)  
DOWN  
Select the span using switches #1 and #2. The default temperature  
span is 0.5°C (0.9°F). For example, if the temperature setpoint is  
20°C (68°F), the heating system will turn on at 19.5°C (67.1°F) and  
turn off at 20.5°C (68.9°F).  
Cycles (proportional)  
Span (conventional)  
Clock display  
1
& 2  
3
4
12H  
°F  
24H  
°C  
Temperature display 1  
Span  
Hot Water Heating  
Forced Air Heating  
Position  
Proportional  
Conventional  
(see 1.4.2)  
5
6
Temperature control mode  
(
see 1.4.1)  
0,3°C  
Not recommended for Not recommended for  
Pump protection 2  
Deactivate  
Activate  
(0,5°F)  
furnaces  
central units  
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If you change from °C to °F (or vice versa), you will need to reprogram  
your Comfort, Economy and Vacation settings.  
For hot water installations, it is recommended to enable this option to acti-  
vate the pump for one minute every 24 hours to prevent pump seizure.  
0
,4°C  
Gas or electric  
wall furnace  
Radiant or convection  
electric heating 1  
(0,7°F)  
2
0
,5°C  
Fuel or gas floor  
furnace  
Central heating  
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.4.1 Proportional Adaptive Mode (switch #5)  
(0,9°F)  
This mode analyzes previous cycles to define the the next duty cycle.  
This control mode guarantees optimal temperature control based on  
the system’s capacity. To extend the life of the system, a minimum  
On/Off time of 10% of the cycle has been implemented. For example  
with a 15-minute cycle, the system would not start or stop for less  
than 1.5 minutes.  
0,6°C  
(1,1°F)  
Commercial unit  
1. 240 volt heating with relay (baseboard, convector, radiant ceiling, etc.)  
Ideal for:  
Radiant or convection electrical heating system  
Circulator control in a hot water system  
Electrical hot-air furnace  
Conventional gas or fuel hot-air furnace  
Not recommended for:  
Gas or fuel furnace or boiler with a wall chimney having a 30-sec-  
ond or higher combustion gas purging cycle. To figure out the gas  
purging cycle of your system, count the time between the heating  
command sent by the thermostat and the moment when the  
burner actually goes on.  
Multi-zone systems, where several thermostats command a single  
heating unit.  
Note: In these last two cases, conventional mode with anticipation is  
recommended.  
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.5 Install the Batteries  
Select the Operating Mode  
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When you first install the batteries, the unit runs a  
sequence of tests and a complete reset to zero. The  
The TH140 offers three operating modes:  
screen should display 0:00 MO  
and the ambient tem-  
perature. The current setpoint is 20°C.  
3.1 Automatic  
The ambient temperature could be higher if you are holding  
the TH140 in your hands. It will return to normal about one  
hour after installation.  
This mode executes the schedule. To activate:  
Press Manual/Auto until  
is displayed. The program  
setpoint icon is displayed.  
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.5.1 Replacing the batteries  
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.1.1 Temporary Bypass  
The TH140 will display an icon indicating that  
the batteries must be replaced. This icon will be  
displayed for 60 days; after this delay, the  
TH140 will shut down the heating unit.  
When in Automatic mode, you can temporarily bypass the  
current program setpoint until the beginning of the next program. To  
bypass:  
The time and programming are saved for  
Set the desired temperature  
use a pre-defined setpoint.  
OR quickly press  
or  
to  
15 seconds when replacing the batteries.  
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.2 Manual  
Basic Configuration  
Note: You may program the thermostat while holding it in your hands  
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This mode allows you to maintain a constant temperature.  
To activate this mode:  
or when it is mounted on the mounting plate.  
Press Manual/Auto until  
is displayed.  
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.1 Set the Time and Day  
Set temperature  
OR quickly press  
or  
to use  
n Set the time, using the Hour and Minute buttons.  
o Set the day, using the Day button.  
a pre-defined setpoint.  
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.3 Vacation  
Maintains a specific temperature when away for a pro-  
longed absence (e.g. vacation).  
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.2 Configure the Setpoints  
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.2.1 Comfort and Economy  
From the TH140, quickly press  
to activate.  
These setpoints are associated to the schedule’s programs and are  
pre-programmed as follows:  
Can also be activated remotely (CT240, home automa-  
tion system or any other system) if the remote input is  
connected to one of these systems.  
Comfort  
20°C (68°F)  
18°C (64°F)  
Programs 1 and 3  
Programs 2 and 4  
Note: When the Vacation mode is activated remotely, it can only be  
Economy  
deactivated remotely.  
Note: For details on how to activate the Vacation mode using a tele-  
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.2.2 Vacation  
phone, refer to the CT240 Instruction Manual.  
This pre-programmed setpoint is used when the Vacation mode is  
activated.  
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Program Your Schedule  
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Vacation  
10°C (50°F)  
The TH140 allows four setting changes for each day of the week.  
There are no pre-set programs. Your heating system switches betw-  
wen the Comfort setpoint and the Economy setpoint according to the  
times you would have set.  
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.2.3 To Modify a Setpoint  
n Set the temperature using  
o Press and hold one of the setpoint  
buttons ( or or ) until the  
icon is displayed on the screen  
approx. 3 seconds).  
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For example, enter each day the time at which you wake up  
(PROG 1), the time you leave for work (PROG 2), the time you return  
home (PROG 3) and the time you go to bed (PROG 4):  
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Programs  
PROG 1  
PROG 2  
PROG 3  
PROG 4  
Associated Setpoint  
Time  
Wake-up  
Leave  
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.3 View the Current Setpoint  
(Comfort)  
To view the current setpoint, quickly press  
once one of the arrow buttons  
(
Economy)  
.
Return  
Sleep  
(Comfort)  
The screen displays the setpoint; the arrow  
indicates a setpoint.  
(
Economy)  
Note: For temperature increases (PROG 1 and 3), allow at least  
5 minutes per 1°C (2°F). For example, if you have lowered  
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the temperature by 3°C (6°F) while you sleep and you wake up  
at 7 a.m., change the setting at 6:15 a.m.  
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.1 Set or Modify the Programs  
Technical Specifications  
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After 60 seconds of inactivity, the thermostat will automatically exit  
programming mode.  
Power supply: 2 AA or LR6 alkaline batteries 1.5 V  
Max. resistive load: 5 A @ 240 VAC / 5 A @ 30 VDC  
Max. inductive load: 2 A @ 240 VAC / 2 A @ 30 VDC (P.F. = 0.4)  
Remote input: 12 VDC, ± 10%, 2.5 mA  
Certifications: CE, c UL us  
It is sometimes faster to program the same schedule for the entire  
week and then modify the exception days.  
n Press Program. The screen displays MO and PROG 1.  
o Press Day to select the day (hold for 3 seconds to select all days  
Control device: Electronic  
of the week).  
Automatic action: Type 1 B  
p Press Hour and Minute to set the start time.  
To clear an entry, press Clear, the time zone displays --:-- when  
the program is inactive.  
Number of programs: 4 programs / day, total of 28 programs  
Storage temperature: -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)  
Operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F), 95% R.H.  
Temperature setting range: 5°C to 30°C (40°F to 85°F)  
Temperature display resolution: 0.1 degree  
Temperature reading accuracy: ± 0.5°C (± 0.9°F)  
Software: Class A  
q Press Program to select the program number (2, 3 or 4).  
r Repeat steps 3 and 4 for remaining programs.  
s Press Manual/Auto to exit.  
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.1.1 Programming Example  
Protection class: II  
Comfort (programs 1 and 3):  
Protection degree: IP 40  
Monday to Friday between 6:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. and  
between 4:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.  
The terminals are designed to handle a cross-section of wire measur-  
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ing up to 2.5 mm (14 AWG).  
Saturday and Sunday between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.  
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Economy (programs 2 and 4):  
Warranty  
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Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and  
between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.  
Aube warrants this product, excluding battery (if applicable), to be free from defects in the  
workmanship or materials, under normal use and service, for a period of three (3) years  
from the date of purchase by the consumer. If at any time during the warranty period the  
product is determined to be defective or malfunctions, Aube shall repair or replace it (at  
Aube's option).  
Saturday and Sunday between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.  
PROG  
MON  
6:00  
8:30  
TUE  
6:00  
8:30  
WED  
6:00  
8:30  
THU  
6:00  
8:30  
FRI  
6:00  
8:30  
SAT  
6:00  
--:--  
SUN  
6:00  
--:--  
If the product is defective,  
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i)  
return it, with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase, to the place from which  
you purchased it, or  
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ii) contact Aube. Aube will make the determination whether the product should be  
returned, or whether a replacement product can be sent to you.  
This warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs. This warranty shall not  
apply if it is shown by Aube that the defect or malfunction was caused by damage which  
occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer.  
Aube's sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product within the terms stated  
above. AUBE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND,  
INCLUDING ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING,  
DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FROM ANY BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS  
OR IMPLIED, OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF THIS PRODUCT. Some provinces and  
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so  
this limitation may not apply to you.  
THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY AUBE MAKES ON THIS  
PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WAR-  
RANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS  
HEREBY LIMITED TO THE THREE-YEAR DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Some  
provinces and states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so  
the above limitation may not apply to you.  
PM  
PM  
PM  
PM  
PM  
4:00  
4:00  
4:00  
4:00  
4:00  
--:--  
--:--  
PM  
PM  
PM  
PM  
PM  
PM  
PM  
11:00  
11:00  
11:00  
11:00  
11:00  
11:00  
11:00  
To program this schedule:  
n Press Program. The screen displays MO and PROG 1.  
o Press and hold Day for 3 seconds to select all days of the week  
(MOTUWETHFRSASU).  
p Set the time (6:00) for the first program (PROG 1) using the  
Hour and Minute buttons.  
q Press Program to select PROG 2. Set the time (8:30) using the  
Hour and Minute buttons.  
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary  
from province or state to another.  
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r Press Program to select PROG 3. Set the time (4:00 p.m.) using  
the Hour and Minute buttons.  
 Technical Assistance  
s Press Program to select PROG 4. Set the time (11:00 p.m.)  
using the Hour and Minute buttons.  
t Press Manual/Auto to exit.  
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To erase programs 2 and 3 for Saturday and Sunday:  
n Press Program to access programming mode.  
o Press Program until PROG 2 is selected.  
p Press Day to select SAturday (SA).  
q Press Clear to erase the time (--:--).  
r Press Day to select SUnday (SU).  
s Press Clear to erase the time (--:--).  
t Repeat steps 2 to 5 for PROG 3.  
u Press Manual/Auto to exit.  
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