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Owner’s Guide  
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TrueIAQ  
Digital IAQ Control  
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Table of contents  
User Information  
Installer Information  
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About TrueIAQ .............................. 1  
Installation .................................. 8  
Wiring........................................ 10  
Mounting the outdoor sensor.....16  
Advanced programming .......... 17  
Operation.................................... 2  
Display screen reference ........... 3  
Adjusting IAQ settings  
Changing humidifier settings..... 4  
Changing dehumidifier settings... 6  
Changing ventilation settings...... 6  
Changing time of day................. 7  
Service timers............................. 7  
Appendices  
Standards ................................. 21  
Warranty information................ 22  
Need Help?  
For assistance with this product please visit http://yourhome.honeywell.com  
or call Honeywell Customer Care toll-free at 1-800-468-1502  
Read and save these instructions.  
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U.S. Registered Trademark. Patents pending. Part number DG115EZIAQ.  
Copyright © 2008 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.  
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About TrueIAQ  
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The TrueIAQ monitors and automatically adjusts operation of your whole-house humid-  
ifier, dehumidifier, ventilator, or bath fan.  
Maintaining proper indoor humidity minimizes the potential for unhealthy airborne pol-  
lutants to grow. Having too little humidity can leave you vulnerable to infections and  
uncomfortable dry skin. Too much humidity creates ideal breeding grounds for mold,  
mildew and dust mites. Humidified air also feels warmer in the winter, and dry air feels  
cooler in the summer.  
TrueIAQ can adjust humidity with or without dependency on HVAC equipment opera-  
tion. If you have both a humidifier and dehumidifier installed, the TrueIAQ can automati-  
cally change over to the appropriate equipment based on your comfort settings and the  
changing outdoor conditions.  
TrueIAQ can also deliver fresh air with or without dependency on HVAC equipment  
operation. Today’s building codes require homes to be built more tightly for energy effi-  
ciency, but that tightness can also trap indoor air pollutants, such as cooking odors,  
cleaning agents, radon, and carbon dioxide/monoxide. TrueIAQ provides cost-effective  
ventilation in accordance to industry standards. In addition, the TrueIAQ can be pro-  
grammed to deliver ventilation during set times of the day or night.  
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Operation  
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TrueIAQ can be used to control the humidity levels in your home, and control fresh air  
intake in accordance to industry recommendations (ASHRAE 62.2).  
Comfort Settings: Feedback  
on your indoor IAQ conditions.  
Indoor Conditions: Actual  
indoor temperature and  
humidity.  
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Outdoor Conditions : Actual  
In  
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Programmable Clock:  
Displays time and allows  
IAQ equipment programming  
based on time.  
outdoor temperature and  
humidity.  
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Out  
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PM  
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Maintenance Reminders:  
Notifies you when your equip-  
ment needs service.  
Equipment Operation:  
Displays what equipment is  
operating at a given time.  
Done: Saves changes.  
More: Advances between  
installed IAQ equipment control  
options.  
Toggle Arrows: Changes the  
comfort levels of your IAQ  
equipment operation.  
M24931  
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Actual outdoor temperature and humidity will only be displayed if the outdoor sensor is installed.  
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Display screen reference  
Wet: Indoor  
humidity levels are  
above 60% RH.  
Window Frost: The control is  
protecting your home against too  
much humidity based on outdoor  
conditions. Humidity levels in your  
home may not reach your desired  
RH% setting as a result.  
Dry: Indoor humidity levels  
are below 20% relative  
humidity (RH.)  
In  
%
Indoor temperature  
and humidity.  
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PM  
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Out  
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Outdoor temperature  
and humidity.  
De Humidify: If “Humidify” is dis-  
played, the control is calling for  
more humidity. If “DeHumidify” is  
displayed, the control is calling for  
humidity removal.  
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2 15  
1
Ventilate: Fresh air ventilation  
is on.  
M24932  
Service Reminders: All are timer-based  
and will be displayed to indicate what  
service is needed.  
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Changing humidifier settings  
Note: These items will appear only if a humidifier is installed on your system.  
1
. Set humidifier by pressing UP/DOWN arrows.  
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3
5
Tables below are recommended initial humidity settings based on  
outdoor temperature. If window frost setting (see next page) is not  
being used, the humidity setting should be adjusted manually when  
outdoor conditions change.  
Humidify  
Set  
M24831  
Red font is  
blinking on  
screen.  
Outdoor Temp.  
20°F (-29°C)  
Setting  
15%  
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0
2
°F (-18°C)  
0°F (-7°C)  
25%  
35%  
If both humidifier (hum) and dehumidifier (dehum) are installed:  
Dehum setpoint can only be equal to or higher than Hum setpoint. If equal, equipment  
changeover will be at least 5% higher (dehum) or lower (hum).  
If not equal, changeover occurs at setpoint plus 2% RH (control’s deadband).  
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Changing humidifier settings  
2
. Press “More” to enter Window Frost Protection. Use the UP/DOWN  
arrows to set frost protection level.  
Window Frost  
LESS HUMIDITY  
MORE HUMIDITY  
LOOSE HOME/SINGLE-PANE WINDOWS  
TIGHT HOME/TRIPLE-PANE WINDOWS  
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Humidify  
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2
3
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5
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M24830  
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M24832  
On the first cold day after TrueIAQ is installed, look for condensation  
on windows. If present, lower Frost Protection by one. Once set for your  
home, Frost Protection does not need to be changed again.  
3
. Press “More” again to enter operation style. Press the UP/DOWN  
arrows to set.  
Auto  
Off  
Humidify  
ꢀ “Auto”ꢀrunsꢀhumidifierꢀautomaticallyꢀaccordingꢀtoꢀsettings.  
ꢀ “Off”ꢀturnsꢀtheꢀhumidifierꢀoff.  
M24833  
4
. Press “Done” to save settings, or “More” to enter dehumidifier  
settings.  
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Changing dehumidifier and ventilation settings  
Note: These items will appear only if a dehumidifier is installed. If both a humidifier  
and dehumidifier are installed, these settings will appear after pushing “More” from the  
humidifier operation style screen.  
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0
1
2
. Set dehumidifier by pressing the UP/DOWN arrows. RH% will change  
in increments of five.  
DeHumidify  
. Press “More” to enter operation style. Press the UP/DOWN arrows to  
set.  
Set  
M24834  
ꢀ “Auto”ꢀrunsꢀdehumidifierꢀautomaticallyꢀaccordingꢀtoꢀyourꢀRH%ꢀ  
settings.  
Auto  
Off  
DeHumidify  
ꢀ “Off”ꢀturnsꢀtheꢀdehumidifierꢀoff.  
3
. Press “Done” to save settings, or “More” to enter ventilation settings.  
M24835  
Note: These items will appear only if a ventilator is installed.  
Time On  
1
. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to run ventilation temporarily. Range is  
from 20 to 480 minutes, in 20-minute increments.  
Ventilate  
0
020  
2
. Press “More” again to enter operation style.  
M24836  
ꢀ “Auto”ꢀrunsꢀventilationꢀaccordingꢀtoꢀinstallerꢀsettings.  
ꢀ “ON”ꢀrunsꢀventilationꢀcontinuously.  
Auto  
On Off  
ꢀ “OFF”ꢀturnsꢀventilationꢀoff.ꢀInꢀthisꢀmode,ꢀventilationꢀwillꢀonlyꢀ  
Ventilate  
run if turned on by a remote switch.  
3
. Press “Done” to save settings, or “More” to enter time settings.  
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Changing time of day and service timers  
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2 00  
1
Set  
1
2
3
. Press “More.” Adjust hour using the the UP/DOWN  
arrows.  
. Press “More.” Adjust minutes using the UP/DOWN  
arrows.  
. Press “Done” to save settings.  
M24934  
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2 00  
1
Set  
Service Timers  
Service timers appear when the humidifier, dehumidifier,  
ventilator, air filter, and/or UV bulbs need service. Your HVAC  
technician will set these timers during installation.  
M24935  
Resetting Service Timers  
Press and hold the DOWN arrow for 5 seconds to reset your  
service timers.  
M24933  
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Installation  
CAUTION: ELECTRICAL HAZARD. Can cause electrical shock or  
equipment damage. Disconnect power before beginning installation.  
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2
. Turn system power off.  
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. Choose a location. TrueIAQ can be mounted to a wall or directly to the return duct.  
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Installation  
3
. Loosen the cover screw.  
4
. Separate the front housing from the base.  
M24814  
5
. For wall mounting, run wires through  
the back hole to the terminals. Wire  
size for all connectors:  
2
x 18 AWG to 1 X 22 AWG.  
Install the mounting plate using two  
screws.  
M24818  
A
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7
. For duct mounting, (A) snap out side wall clip and attach  
as shown. Run wires through the side wall hole, under  
the clip, to the terminals. (B) Snap in sensor cap.  
. Reinstall the front housing on the power base, and  
secure with screw.  
Note: If duct mounted, ensure sensor cap tip aligns with  
air flow in duct.  
8
. Apply power to the system.  
M24854  
B
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Wiring  
Pin  
Pin description  
Pin capacity  
R
24V supply. Must be common to G output. 24Vac±20% 1.5  
amp max  
C
24V supply common.  
24Vac±20%  
Sensor Communication and supply bus to remote 24Vdc 64mA max  
Sensor sensors (sensor pins not polarized).  
out  
Switch Override switch input. Active when R is  
applied  
24Vac±20%,  
10mA max in  
24Vac±20%,  
W
W input to sense when the thermostat is  
calling for heat. Active when R is applied. 10mA max in  
G input to sense fan calls. Active when R is 24Vac±20%,  
applied. Fan output to activate system fan. 10mA max in  
R8222 Isolation Relay may be required if G 24Vac from R,  
G
is not isolated through the thermostat.  
1Amp max out  
24Vac from R,  
1Amp max out  
Vent 1  
Vent 2  
Dry contact output. Opens the vent  
damper of an HRV or the bathroom fan  
and Damper.  
Dehum 1 Dry contact output. Starts the  
Dehum 2 Dehumidifier or an alternate fan speed.  
24Vac from R,  
1Amp max out  
Hum 1  
Hum 2  
Dry contact output. Starts the Humidifier.  
24Vac from R,  
1Amp max out  
M24819  
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Wiring  
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Wiring TrueIAQ with a non-powered humidifier.  
R
+
24V  
TRANSFORMER  
C
THERMOSTAT  
SENSOR  
SENSOR  
SWITCH  
W
R
C
W
Y
TrueIAQ  
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In  
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ut  
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PM  
1
G
G
VENT  
VENT  
DEHUM  
DEHUM  
HUM  
HVAC  
HE225  
BYPASS  
HUMIDIFIER  
HUM  
M27340  
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Wiring  
Wiring TrueIAQ with a  
powered humidifier.  
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HVAC  
W
TrueIAQ  
%
In  
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8 40  
HUM  
HUM  
O
%
ut  
R
C
Y
G
7655  
2:15  
PM  
1
2
4V  
4V  
2
2
4V  
RECOMMENDED  
PRESSURE  
SWITCH  
24V  
HUM  
HUM  
C
GT  
R
RT  
GF  
EXT  
R
Rc  
W
Y
G
FACTORY  
INSTALLED  
JUMPER  
TrueSTEAM - INTERNAL  
THERMOSTAT  
NOTE: IF PRESSURE SWITCH IS USED, ENSURE DIP 5 IS IN ON POSITION. M27341  
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Wiring  
Wiring TrueIAQ with a dehu-  
midifier and ventilation damper.  
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TH8110U  
Rc C W Y G  
1
R
TrueIAQ  
R
C
R
C
W
Y
In  
%
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8 40  
Out  
%
OUTDOOR  
SENSOR  
PROVIDED)  
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2:15  
SENSOR  
SENSOR  
SWITCH  
W
HVAC  
PM  
1
(
G
G
VENT  
VENT  
DEHUM  
DEHUM  
HUM  
EARD-6  
DH90 DEHUMIDIFIER  
GRAY DAMPER CONTROL  
HUM  
(NOT USED)  
RED +24VAC POWER  
YELLOW  
COMPRESSOR  
CONTROL COMM.  
BLUE FAN AND  
COMPRESSOR CONTROL  
GREEN FAN ONLY  
CONTROL  
1
IF A THERMOSTAT OTHER THAN A TH5110, TH5220, TH5320, TH6110,  
TH6220, TH6320, TH8110, TH8320 OR TH8321 IS USED, A RELAY MAY BE  
REQUIRED TO ISOLATE THE G WIRE.  
M27390  
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Wiring  
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Wiring TrueIAQ with a  
humidifier and HRV/ERV  
ventilator.  
TH8110U  
Rc C W  
R
Y G  
1
TrueIAQ  
R
C
R
C
W
Y
%
In  
6
840  
O
%
ut  
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2:15  
SENSOR  
SENSOR  
SWITCH  
W
OUTDOOR  
SENSOR  
HVAC  
PM  
1
(
PROVIDED)  
G
ERV/HRV  
G
VENT  
VENT  
DEHUM  
DEHUM  
HUM  
RED  
BLACK  
GREEN  
HE265  
HUM  
2
R
C
2
4 VOLT/40VA  
TRANSFORMER  
L1  
L2  
1
2
IF A THERMOSTAT OTHER THAN A TH5110, TH5220, TH5320, TH6110, TH6220,  
TH6320, TH8110, TH8320 OR TH8321 IS USED, A RELAY MAY BE REQUIRED TO  
ISOLATE THE G WIRE.  
FOR WIRING OF HUMIDIFIER OTHER THAN THE HE265 READ THE INSTALLATION  
INSTRUCTIONS.  
M27391  
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Wiring  
Wiring TrueIAQ with a non-  
powered humidifier, ventila-  
tion damper, and an auxiliary  
exhaust fan.  
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TH8110U  
1
R
Rc C  
W
Y
G
TrueIAQ  
R
C
R
C
W
Y
In  
%
6
8 40  
Out  
%
OUTDOOR  
SENSOR  
PROVIDED)  
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2:15  
SENSOR  
SENSOR  
SWITCH  
W
HVAC  
PM  
1
(
G
G
VENT  
VENT  
DEHUM  
DEHUM  
HUM  
EARD-6  
HE265  
2
HUM  
EXHAUST FAN  
BLACK  
WHITE  
L1  
W
R
C
1
20 VOLT POWER  
L2  
G
YELLOW  
Y
3
R8239 FAN CENTER RELAY BLACK  
1
IF A THERMOSTAT OTHER THAN A TH5110, TH5220, TH5320, TH6110, TH6220, TH6320, TH8110, TH8320  
OR TH8321 IS USED, A RELAY MAY BE REQUIRED TO ISOLATE THE G WIRE.  
2
FOR WIRING OF HUMIDIFIER OTHER THAN THE HE265 READ THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.  
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IF A RELAY OTHER THAN THE R8239 IS USED, A DEDICATED TRANSFORMER WITH AT LEAST 40 VA IS  
REQURED TO POWER THE HE265 AND EARD. IF AN R8239 IS USED (AS SHOWN IN THIS DIAGRAM) NO  
ADDITIONAL TRANSFORMER IS REQURED.  
M27392  
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Mounting the outdoor sensor  
1
. Do not mount on the south side of the house or in direct exposure to sunlight.  
2
. Keep at least 4 feet away from exhaust  
vents.  
3
4
5
. If in an air intake, place 1 foot closer to  
outside wall.  
. Place at least 6 inches higher than  
possible snow buildup.  
. Do not route sensor wire near high  
voltage wires.  
Note: The sensor can be extended using  
8-gauge wire.  
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M24822  
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Advanced HVAC installer setup instructions  
1
. Press and hold the UP/  
DOWN arrows for 3 seconds.  
2
. Press “More” to advance to the  
next setup option. See table on  
next page.  
M24823  
M24824  
3
. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to  
select options. See table on next  
page.  
4. Press “Done” at any time to save and  
return to the home screen.  
M24825  
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Advanced programming  
To be used by qualified HVAC technician.  
Setup functions  
Settings & Options (factory default in bold)  
1
1
0
5
Temperature Display  
Frost Protection  
1=Fahrenheit; 2=Celcius  
0=Not installed  
1
2
=Frost Protection OFF  
=Frost Protection ON  
5%-80% in 5% increments; 40%  
0=Hum only while heat on 2=Hum forces fan on  
2
2
0
5
Humidity High Limit  
Humidifier Operation  
1
=Hum only while fan on 3=Hum operates indepen-  
dent of fan  
3
3
0
5
Programmed Humidity  
Program Start Time  
(
0=OFF; 1=ON  
15 min increments  
appears only if ISU30=1) 11:00 PM  
15 min increments  
4
4
0
5
Program End Time  
(
appears only if ISU30=1) 7:00 AM  
0=No Dehum (low speed vent)  
1=Dehum only  
DEHUM Terminal  
Equipment Type  
High Dehum Limit  
Low Dehum Limit  
Dehumidifier Operation  
5
5
6
0
5
0
35%-80%, in 5% increments  
35%-80% in 5% increments  
0=Dehum forces fan on  
1
=Dehum operates independent of fan  
Set between -5% to 5% to recalibrate humidity sensing  
=OFF (no offset)  
6
8
5
0
Humidity Display Offset  
Hum Service Timer  
0
0,1,3,6,12 (months continuous)  
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Advanced programming  
Setup functions  
Settings & Options (factory default in bold)  
0,1,3,6,12 (months intermittent)  
Hum Water Filter Service 0,1,3,6,12 (months intermittent)  
8
9
9
1
1
5
0
5
00  
05  
Hum Service Timer  
Air Filter Service Timer  
Vent Filter Service Timer  
Vent Service Type  
0,1,3,6,12 (months continuous)  
0,1,3,6,12 (months continuous)  
0=Clean ventilation filter  
1
=Change ventilation filter  
1
1
10  
15  
UV Bulb Service Reminder 0,6,12,24 (months continuous)  
Vent Options  
0=No vent installed  
1
2
=Ventilation using VENT contacts  
=Ventilation using VENT contacts for high speed and  
DEHUM contacts for low speed (only if dehum not  
installed)  
3
=Ventilation using VENT contacts and DEHUM contacts  
activated together (auxiliary ventilation device such as  
exhaust fan)  
1
20  
Vent Operation  
0=Vent forces HVAC fan on  
1
=Vent operates independent of HVAC fan  
1
1
25  
30  
Programmed Vent  
Program Start Time  
(
0=OFF; 1=ON  
15 min increments  
appears only if ISU125=1) 5:00 PM  
15 min increments  
1
35  
Program End Time  
(
appears only if ISU125=1) 9:00 AM  
ASHRAE: # of Bedrooms 1-6 bedrooms; 2  
ASHRAE: Home’s Sq Ft 10=1,000 Sq Ft; up to 50=5,000 Sq Ft  
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1
40  
45  
1
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Advanced programming  
Setup functions  
Settings & Options (factory default in bold)  
1
50  
55  
60  
ASHRAE: CFM Setting  
3=30 CFM; 4=40 CFM, up to 20=200 CFM  
1
1
Maximum Vent  
Vent Shut-offs  
00; 30%–95%. (00 setting runs to ASHRAE 100%)  
0=Auto vent regardless of outdoor conditions  
1
2
7
=Off at 75°F dew point or 99°F air temp  
=Low speed at 65°F dew point or 85°F air temp. Off at  
5°F dew point or 99°F air temp  
Note: If option 1 or 2 is selected, then ASHRAE 62.2  
Standard will not be met.  
1
65  
Dehumidification Via  
Fresh Air Ventilator  
0=Do not use ventilation for dehum  
1=Allow vent for dehum per outdoor conditions.  
With dehum installed, control to setpoint. Without  
dehum installed, control to the Hum setpoint +10%  
(
max 60%).  
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Environmental standards/life expectancy  
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TrueIAQ Control and Outdoor Sensor  
Power Supply  
Operating/Storageꢀtemp:ꢀ-40°Fꢀtoꢀ  
20°F (-40°C to 50°C)  
•ꢀ 24Vacꢀ±ꢀ20%ꢀ50,ꢀ60Hzꢀ(TrueIAQꢀ  
control)  
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CondensationꢀProtection:ꢀ0-100%  
OperatingꢀRH%:ꢀ0%ꢀtoꢀ99%ꢀnon-  
condensing (TrueIAQ). Outdoor sensor  
protected from condensation.  
•ꢀ 24Vdcꢀ2-wireꢀoverꢀcommunicationꢀbus,ꢀ  
not polarized (outdoor sensor)  
•ꢀ Protectedꢀagainstꢀvoltageꢀspikes  
•ꢀ Notꢀprotectedꢀagainstꢀoverꢀvoltageꢀ  
connection (ex 120 or 240V)  
•ꢀ Allꢀsetupꢀparametersꢀareꢀstoredꢀ  
indefinitely  
Tempꢀreadingꢀrange:ꢀ-40°Cꢀtoꢀ50°C  
(
-40°F to 122°F)  
Tempꢀaccuracyꢀwithinꢀrange:ꢀ0.4°Cꢀ  
0.72°F)  
(
In the Event of Power Failure  
Humidityꢀreadingꢀrange:ꢀ5%ꢀtoꢀ95%  
Humidityꢀtempꢀaccurateꢀreadingꢀrange:ꢀ  
Real-timeꢀclockꢀisꢀmaintainedꢀforꢀ4ꢀ  
hours  
-
20°C to 50°C (-17°F to 122°F)  
Humidityꢀaccuracyꢀoverꢀthatꢀrange:ꢀ  
4.5%  
Allꢀoutputsꢀareꢀdeactivated  
Allꢀsetupꢀparametersꢀareꢀstoredꢀ  
indefinitely  
±
Maximumꢀrealꢀtimeꢀclockꢀdriftꢀoverꢀ1ꢀ  
year: 7 minutes  
Verticalꢀmountꢀtoꢀcoverꢀoneꢀgangꢀbox  
FlameꢀRating:ꢀUL94V-0  
RoHSꢀcompliant  
Relayꢀlife:ꢀ100,000ꢀcyclesꢀatꢀ1Aꢀ24Vac  
Mechanical Design  
Dimensions: 2-3/4” W x 4-3/4” H x 7/8” D  
(TrueIAQ control); 2-3/4” W x 3-3/4” H x 7/8”  
D (Outdoor sensor)  
Weight: .35 lbs (TrueIAQ control); .15 lbs  
(
Outdoor sensor)  
Temperature Unit Display: °C/°F  
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-year limited warranty  
Honeywell warrants this product, excluding battery, to be free from defects in the workmanship or materials, under normal use and  
service, for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase by the consumer. If at any time during the warranty period the prod-  
uct is determined to be defective or malfunctions, Honeywell shall repair or replace it (at Honeywell’s option).  
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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returned to the following address: Honeywell Return Goods, Dock 4 MN10-3860, 1885 Douglas Dr. N., Golden Valley, MN 55422, 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 Honeywell that the  
defect or malfunction was caused by damage which occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer.  
Honeywell’s sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product within the terms stated above. HONEYWELL 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 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 HONEYWELL MAKES ON THIS PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY  
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,  
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implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.  
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If you have any questions concerning this warranty, please write Honeywell Customer Relations, 1985 Douglas Dr, Golden Valley,  
MN 55422 or call 1-800-468-1502. In Canada, write Retail Products ON15-02H, Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 35 Dynamic  
Drive, Toronto, Ontario M1V4Z9.  
Automation and Control Solutions  
Honeywell International Inc.  
Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée  
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985 Douglas Drive North  
35 Dynamic Drive  
Golden Valley, MN 55422  
Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9  
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