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OWNER'S MANUAL  
TSTATBBPRF01-B  
Wireless  
Programmable  
Digital Thermostat  
Wireless Operation  
7
-Day Programmable  
Time Periods Per Day  
4
Programmable Fan  
Easy To Read Display  
Thermoglow Backlight  
Auto Changeover  
Dual Setpoint  
MODE  
FAN  
2
Heat, 2 Cool Stages  
2
Stage  
Heat & Cool  
or  
Wireless  
Heat Pump  
2
000 by Replacement Components Division  
Carrier Corporation  
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Table Of Contents  
FRONT PANEL  
2
3
DISPLAY  
QUICK START Set the clock and go  
BASIC OPERATION  
PROGRAMMING 4 Time Periods  
ADVANCED SETUP  
ABOUT ADVANCED OPERATION  
WARRANTY  
5
6
8
12  
16  
20  
CAUTION  
Follow P474-1100REC Installation Instructions  
before proceeding.  
SET THERMOSTAT TO MODE “OFF” PRIOR TO  
CHANGING SETTINGS IN SETUP OR RESTORING  
FACTORYDEFAULTS.  
TSTATBBPRF01-B  
FCC ID MUH-T10013  
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.  
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:  
1) this device may not cause harmful interference,  
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and (2) this device must accept any interference  
received, including interference that may cause  
undesired operation.  
Important: To assure proper operation use only  
AA LITHIUM batteries.  
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Front Panel  
1
5
2
3
FAN  
4
1
2
3
4
5
Liquid Crystal Display  
with Thermoglow  
Up/Down Buttons  
Mode Button  
Fan Button  
Transmission Indicator  
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Display  
1
10  
7
o
ProgramOnSetup  
Am  
:
2:00Pm  
4
Locked  
1
2
8
8
SMTWTFS  
1
COOL  
AUTO  
OFFNight  
MorningDay  
Evening  
1
6
8
HEAT  
1
o
4
Fan On  
88  
88  
3
1
Mode Indicators  
Selects the operation mode of the equipment.  
HEAT - indicates the heat mode.  
COOL - indicates the air conditioning mode.  
AUTO - indicates the system will automatically  
changeover between heat and cool modes  
as the temperature varies.  
OFF - indicates the entire system is turned off.  
PROGRAM ON - indicates the stored program  
is enabled to run. Page 6.  
2
Clock with Day of the Week  
Indicates the current time and day. This clock is  
also used to program the timer periods. Page 5.  
3
Room Temperature Display  
Indicates the current room temperature.  
4
Desired Set Temperature  
Indicates desired room temperature(s). Page 7.  
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Display  
6
Morning, Day, Evening & Night Indication  
Indicates the program time period. Page 8-11.  
7
Setup Indication  
Indicates the thermostat is in the programming  
mode. Page 12.  
8
Fan Operation Indication  
Fan On - indicates constant, continuous fan  
operation.  
When Fan On is not lit - indicates the fan will  
only operate when necessary to heat or  
to cool. Page 7.  
10  
Locked Indication  
Locked appears after the right combination of  
buttons are pressed, rendering the buttons  
inoperative. Page 17.  
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Quick Start Set the Clock and Go  
Press the Mode button.  
During Setup & Programming:  
Pressing the Mode button  
MODE  
While holding the Mode,  
press the Fan button for  
FAN  
selects different flashing items.  
2
seconds to enter Setup  
(
Represented in dark black)  
screens.  
Pressing the Up and Down  
buttons will modify the flashing  
selection.  
Setup  
Am  
:
12:00  
i
To adjust the  
Press  
clock or Day use  
MODE  
Setup  
2
S
buttons.  
Press both Mode and  
Fan buttons as  
MODE  
above to return to  
normal operation.  
FAN  
The Thermostat is preprogrammed from the  
factory to operate 1 or 2 Stage equipment* without  
the need for further programming. To optimize the  
installation of this thermostat follow the instructions  
in the Advanced Setup section.  
*
The thermostat is not preprogrammed from the  
factory to operate electric heat or heat pump  
systems. To control these systems, follow the  
steps in the Wireless Receiver Instructions.  
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Basic Operation  
Select Mode  
:
1
2:00Pm  
M
The HEAT setting indicates the  
temperature the room has to  
reach before the furnace will  
turn on to heat the room.  
HEAT  
o
Press  
7
0
0
0
69  
MODE  
o
:
2:00Pm  
1
The COOL setting indicates the  
temperature the room has to  
reach before the air conditioner  
will turn on to cool the room.  
72  
COOL  
M
Press  
7
MODE  
o
:
2:00Pm  
1
72  
COOL  
AUTO will automatically select  
heat or cool based on room  
temperature demand.  
M
AUTO  
HEAT  
o
Press  
7
69  
MODE  
o
ProgramOn  
:
2:00Pm  
1
Program On will activate the  
M
73  
COOL  
stored timer operation.  
(
Morning, Day, Evening  
& Night Periods)  
HEAT  
o
Day  
70  
70  
Press  
MODE  
:
1
2:00Pm  
OFF indicates both heating  
and air conditioning  
M
systems are turned off.  
OFF  
70  
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Basic Operation  
Select Desired Temperature  
In any mode, adjust the  
desired Set Temperature  
with  
o
:
2:00Pm  
1
M
72  
COOL  
AUTO  
HEAT  
o
70  
69  
buttons.  
Pressing the up/down buttons in Auto mode will adjust both the heat and cool  
set temperatures simultaneously.  
Pressing the up/down buttons in Heat or Cool modes will adjust only the  
heat or cool set temperature.  
Press  
Fan  
FAN  
Operation  
o
:
1
2:00Pm  
S
85  
COOL  
Fan On indicates constant fan operation.  
This feature is active even if the thermostat  
is set to Off.  
HEAT  
o
Fan On 65 55  
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Programming  
4 Time Periods  
(Unit # 1 only)  
Time period programming is only available on  
Unit Number 1.  
Press the Mode button. While holding the Mode,  
press the Up button for 2 seconds to enter  
MODE  
time period programming.  
Use the back cover Programming  
Worksheet to help with this section.  
M
Select the day of week  
M - S)  
(
Press  
MODE  
Am  
Am  
Am  
:
Start  
7
30  
M
Adjust the start time  
for Morning.  
Morning  
Press  
MODE  
o
:
7
30  
M
74  
COOL  
Adjust the cooling  
setpoint for Morning.  
(
35 - 99 )  
Morning  
Press  
MODE  
o
:
7
30  
Adjust the heating  
setpoint for Morning.  
M
74  
COOL  
(
35 - 99 )  
HEAT  
o
Morning  
Press  
72  
MODE  
Continued  
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Programming  
4 Time Periods  
Am  
:
I0 30  
Start  
M
Adjust the start time  
for Day.  
Day  
Press  
MODE  
o
Am  
:
I0 30  
M
75  
COOL  
Adjust the cooling  
setpoint for Day.  
(
35 - 99 )  
Day  
Press  
MODE  
o
Am  
:
I0 30  
Adjust the heating  
setpoint for Day.  
M
75  
COOL  
(
35 - 99 )  
HEAT  
o
Day  
Press  
73  
MODE  
:
Start  
5
30Pm  
Adjust the start time  
for Evening.  
M
Evening  
Press  
MODE  
o
:
5
30Pm  
Adjust the cooling  
M
75  
COOL  
setpoint for Evening.  
(
35 - 99 )  
Press  
Evening  
MODE  
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Programming  
4 Time Periods  
o
:
5
30Pm  
75  
COOL  
M
Adjust the heating  
setpoint for Evening.  
HEAT  
o
(
35 - 99 )  
Evening  
Press  
73  
MODE  
I I 30 Pm Start  
:
M
Adjust the start time  
for Night.  
Night  
Press  
MODE  
o
:
I I 30 Pm  
Adjust the cooling  
setpoint for Night.  
M
78  
COOL  
Night  
(
35 - 99 )  
Press  
MODE  
o
Am  
:
I I 30  
Adjust the heating  
setpoint for Night  
M
78  
COOL  
(
35 - 99 )  
Night  
HEAT  
o
Press  
70  
MODE  
Continued  
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Programming  
4 Time Periods  
The copy command becomes available after  
programming the entire previous day.  
Yes  
8:no  
1
Select Yes or No to copy  
the previous day’s  
program to this day.  
T
No  
co py  
If No is selected:  
If Yes is selected:  
Selecting Yes, then pressing mode will copy the  
previous day’s program and then will ask the  
same copy question again. If yes is selected  
each time, this routine will repeat.  
Press  
Press  
MODE  
MODE  
If No is selected, as in previous steps, flashing prompts for input will appear for  
the 4 time periods for the next day.  
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Advanced Setup  
Press the Mode button.  
While holding the Mode,  
press the Fan button for  
seconds to enter Setup  
screens.  
MODE  
NOTE: Each step # is located at  
the top right corner of the  
FAN  
5
display for easy reference.  
Setup  
Am  
:
2:00  
1
Adjust the time of day  
clock.  
I
Tip: To change hours quickly, press and  
hold the Fan button in and press  
the up or down buttons.  
Press  
MODE  
Setup  
Select the day of the  
week.  
M
2
Press  
MODE  
On  
Setup  
3
Select if thermostat is  
used in a zoning system.  
On = Yes, Off = No  
OFF  
Off  
Press  
Zo Ne  
MODE  
Continued  
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Advanced Setup  
Setup  
Select the House Code  
number. The receiver  
must also use this same  
number for proper  
operation.  
Hc  
4
5
6
Press  
o
MODE  
Select the Unit ID  
Setup  
number. If more than  
Un  
1
thermostat is used,  
each will need a different  
Unit ID number.  
Press  
I
MODE  
Setup  
8
6
Adjust the deadband  
from 1 - 6 degrees.  
Press  
Note: Available only  
on Unit ID #1.  
2
MODE  
Setup  
Adjust the minimum  
difference between  
cooling & heating  
setpoints.  
81f  
7
COOL  
HEAT  
(
0 - 6 )  
Press  
2
MODE  
Select the cycles per  
hour limit.  
Setup  
d=cycles per hour  
limit defeated.  
8
d1=d + defeat 5 min.  
Compressor lockout.  
(
d, d1, 2 - 6)  
Note: Available only  
on Unit ID #1.  
Press  
MODE  
6
cy  
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Advanced Setup  
On Setup  
On  
9
I0  
I I  
Select the display back-  
light always On, or Off  
after 8 seconds.  
Off  
Press  
L I  
MODE  
Setup  
Adjust the programmable  
:
:00  
0
fan timer.  
- 60 minutes.  
:00 = off  
0
0
Note: Available only  
on Unit ID #1.  
Press  
Fan On  
MODE  
C
Setup  
Select thermostat  
operation in degrees  
Fahrenheit or Centigrade.  
F
f
Press  
MODE  
FAN  
Press the Mode button.  
While holding in the Mode, press the Fan  
button for 2 seconds to leave the Setup  
screens. If no buttons are pressed, the  
display will leave the setup screens after  
3
0 seconds.  
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Advanced Setup  
Advanced Setup Table  
Step #  
Description  
Range  
Factory Default  
1
2
3
4
5
Time of day clock set  
Day of the week  
24 hour  
Sun - Sat  
Off / On  
0 - 63  
12:00 Am  
Monday  
Zoning Use  
Off  
O
House Code  
Unit Number  
1 - 4/1 - 16  
1 - 6  
1
6
7
8
9
1
**  
Deadband or Temperature swing  
Forced minimum difference heat/cool  
Cycles per hour  
2
0 - 6  
2
**  
d, d1, 2 - 6  
Off / On  
0:00 - 0:60  
F / C  
6
Thermoglow Backlight  
Programmable Fan  
Fahrenheit or Centigrade  
Off  
0:00  
F
0**  
11  
** Available on Unit Number 1, only.  
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About Advanced Features & Operation  
MEMORY BACKUP - In the event of a power loss, the  
thermostat will retain the stored program settings without  
external power or batteries.  
2
STAGE OPERATION - The 2nd Stage of heat or cool is  
turned on when (1) the 1st Stage has been on for a  
minimum of two minutes, and (2) the temperature spread  
from the setpoint is equal to or greater than: the setpoint  
plus the deadband, plus 2 degrees.  
Heating  
Cooling  
Dead  
Band  
Dead  
Band  
2
degrees  
2 degrees  
2
nd Stage  
turn on  
1st Stage  
turn on  
Heat  
Cool  
1st Stage  
turn on  
2nd Stage  
turn on  
Setpoint  
Setpoint  
MINIMUM HEAT/COOLSETPOINT DIFFERENCE - The Heat  
and Cool setpoints will not be allowed to come any closer  
to each other than the value set in Advanced Setup step  
#
7, on page 13. This minimum difference is enforced  
during Auto changeover and Program On operation.  
PROGRAMMABLE FAN - If the Programmable Fan timer is  
set to a value other than 0, the fan will run for the  
preprogrammed amount of time, page 14, step# 10.  
The Programmable Fan timer will start the fan at the top  
of each hour. The Programmable Fan may be active  
even if the thermostat mode is Off.  
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About Advanced Features & Operation  
KEYPAD LOCK - To prevent unauthorized use of the thermostat,  
the front panel buttons may be disabled. To disable, or  
lock’ the keypad, press and hold in the Mode button.  
While holding the Mode button in, press the Up and Down  
buttons in together. The Locked icon will appear on the  
display.  
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ProgramOn  
:
1
2:00Pm  
Locked  
W
85  
COOL  
Press all 3 for  
Keypad Lockout  
HEAT  
o
70  
55  
MODE  
To unlock the buttons, again press and hold the Mode  
button. While holding the Mode button in, press the Up  
and Down buttons in together. The Locked icon will  
disappear from the display.  
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About Advanced Features & Operation  
DUAL SETPOINT BEHAVIOR - The adjustable setpoint range  
is: 35 - 99 degrees in Fahrenheit and 7 - 35 degrees in  
Centigrade. When in the modes Heat or Cool, this  
adjustable range is unhampered.  
When adjusting any Auto mode, including programming  
time periods, the thermostat will not allow the Heat  
setpoint to get closer to the Cool setpoint than the  
value programmed as the minimum difference in  
step 7, page 13.  
When entering the Auto mode from Cool, the Heat and  
Cool setpoints will remain spread apart by the amount  
that they were adjusted, prior to entering Auto.  
For example: If the Cool setpoint was set to 80 while  
in the Cool mode and the Heat setpoint was adjusted to  
7
0 while in the Heat mode, upon entering the Auto mode  
the Heat and Cool setpoints would be 80 and 70. Both  
setpoints would then move up and down together, (in this  
example spread by 10 degrees), by pressing the up or  
down buttons.  
To move the Heat and Cool setpoints closer together,  
enter the Cool or Heat mode by pressing the Mode button,  
then adjust the setpoint(s) closer together. Heat is limited  
to how close it can come to Cool by step 7, page 13.  
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About Advanced Features & Operation  
FACTORY DEFAULTS - If, for any reason it is desirable to  
return all stored settings back to the factory default  
settings, press the Mode button. While holding the Mode  
button in, press the Down button for 2 sec. All icons will  
appear. Press and hold in the Fan button until Fd  
appears. This resets all factory settings.  
To calibrate room temperature, press the Mode button.  
While holding the Mode button in, press the Down button  
for 2 seconds. All icons will appear. Press the Mode  
button once more.  
At this point use the Up and Down buttons to calibrate  
room temperature, if needed. Press the Mode button to  
return to normal operation. NOTE CAUTION ON PAGE 1.  
LOW BATTERY WARNING - When the AALithium batteries  
reach a preset low power state, the display will flash the  
Low Battery icon. After this icon appears change the  
batteries within a few weeks. Use only AA Lithium  
batteries for proper operation.  
Battery Eliminator (optional accessory) - Use only the  
Totaline accessory (P474-0800) for proper operation.  
3
vdc, 50ma output, negative center conductor.  
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