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VisionPRO 8000  
Thermostats  
INSTALLER SETUP AND  
SYSTEM TEST POCKET  
GUIDE  
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INSTALLER SETUP  
1.  
Press SYSTEM.  
FAN  
ON  
Inside  
AUTO  
SYSTEM  
HEAT  
AM  
SCHED HOLD  
M24079  
2.  
Press and hold these two blank buttons until the  
display changes.  
SYSTEM  
HEAT  
DONE  
CANCEL  
M24080  
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3.  
Use arrows to change settings as required.  
FUNCTION  
SETTING  
DONE  
PRESS  
TO  
PRESS  
TO  
SELECT FUNCTION  
CHANGE SETTING  
M24082A  
4.  
Press DONE to exit and save settings.  
INSTALLER SETUP FUNCTIONS  
Available option and default settings vary by  
thermostat.  
Table 1. Installer Setup .  
Installer  
Setup  
Installer  
Setup  
Default  
Setting  
Number  
Name  
All Settings  
20—20xx  
Notes  
0120  
0130  
0140  
Date (Year  
Upper)  
20  
04  
6
Available year  
range: 2001 - 2178  
21—21xx  
Date (Year  
Lower)  
00-99  
Available year  
range: 2001 - 2178  
Date  
Month)  
1-12  
(
0
150  
160  
Date (Day)  
15  
4
1-31 (Month Dependent)  
0
Schedule  
Options  
0—Non-Programmable  
4—Programmable  
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Table 1. Installer Setup (Continued).  
Installer  
Setup  
Installer  
Setup  
Name  
Default  
Setting  
Number  
All Settings  
1—1H/1C Conv  
Notes  
0170  
System  
Selection  
8
2—1H/1C HP  
3
4
6
7
8
9
1
—1H w/o fan  
—1H with fan  
—1C  
—2H/1C HP  
—2H/2C Conv  
—2H/1C Conv  
0—1H/2C Conv  
1
1—2H/2C HP  
12—3H/2C HP  
0175  
0180  
0185  
TOD/  
0
0
0
0—Unused  
1—TOD  
Economizer  
Economizer  
output  
energizes A during  
a call for cool.  
2—Economizer  
(terminal A)  
TOD energizes A  
during Occupied  
period, and  
de-energizes A  
during Unoccupied.  
Heat Fan  
Operation  
0—Fossil  
1—Electric  
Only shown for  
conventional  
system with heat  
stages and fan  
capability selected.  
If heat pump is  
selected, fan  
defaults to electric.  
Pre-  
0—no duration  
1—one hour  
2—two hours  
3—three hours  
Shown only if  
system has fan and  
schedule  
programmable.  
Pre-occupancy  
purge enabled by  
nonzero duration  
occupancy  
Purge  
Duration  
(
and sends  
economizer to  
minimum position).  
0
190  
220  
Reversing  
Valve  
0
3
0—O (O/B On Cool)  
1—B (O/B On Heat)  
Only shown with  
heat pump system  
selected.  
O/B  
0
Cycles Per  
Hour (CPH)  
for first stage  
compressor  
1-6  
Only shown for  
system with cool  
stages. Selection in  
this stage changes  
default CPH of  
second stage cool.  
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Table 1. Installer Setup (Continued).  
Installer  
Setup  
Number  
Installer  
Setup  
Name  
Default  
Setting  
All Settings  
Notes  
0
230  
CPH for  
3
5
1-6  
Only shown if two  
stages of cool  
selected.  
second  
stage  
compressor  
0240  
CPH for first  
stage  
conventional  
heat  
1-12  
Only shown if  
system is  
conventional with  
heat stages.  
Selection in this  
stage changes  
default CPH of  
second stage heat.  
0250  
CPH for  
second  
stage  
conventional  
heat  
9
1-12  
Only shown with at  
least two stages  
conventional heat  
or 2H/1C heat  
pump selected.  
0
260  
270  
CPH for third  
Stage Heat  
9
9
1-12  
1-12  
Only shown if 3H/  
2C heat pump is  
selected.  
0
CPH for  
Auxiliary  
Heat  
Only shown if multi-  
stage heat pump is  
selected (heat  
pump with more  
heat than cool  
stages).  
0280  
Continuous  
Backlight  
0
0—No  
1—Yes  
Always shown. If  
AC power not  
present the option  
is overridden and  
normal backlight  
operation occurs.  
0
300  
310  
Changeover  
Deadband  
1
0—Manual  
Only shown if  
system has both  
heat and cool  
stages.  
1
—Auto  
0
3° F  
2 (1.5)—2° F (1.5° C)  
2° C) 3 (2.0)—3° F (2.0° C)  
4 (2.5)—4° F (2.5° C)  
(3.0)—5° F (3.0° C)  
Only shown if  
Automatic  
Changeover  
Selected  
(
5
6
7
8
9
(3.5)—6° F (3.5° C)  
(4.0)—7° F (4.0° C)  
(4.5)—8° F (4.5° C)  
(5.0)—9° F (5.0° C)  
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Table 1. Installer Setup (Continued).  
Installer  
Setup  
Number  
Installer  
Setup  
Name  
Default  
Setting  
All Settings  
Notes  
0320  
Temperature  
Indication  
Scale  
0
0—° F  
1—° C  
0330  
Daylight  
Saving  
2
0—Disabled  
1—Enabled (US 1987)  
2—Enable (US 2007)  
—Enabled (Europe)  
3
0340  
Remote  
Temperature  
Sensor  
0
0—None  
Averaging would  
not include on-  
board sensor. It is  
accomplished by  
series/parallel  
1—Outdoor for Display  
2—Outdoor for Control  
3—Remote 10K Indoor  
—Remote 20K Indoor  
4
combinations.  
2
applies only to  
Heat Pump  
applications  
(
allowing  
compressorlockout  
while displaying  
temperature).  
0350  
Heat Pump  
Compressor  
Lockout  
0
0—None  
Only shown for  
15(-9.5)—15° F (-9.5° C) heat pump systems  
20(-6.5)—20° F (-6.5° C) with more heat  
2
3
3
4
4
5(-4.0)—25° F (-4.0° C) stages than cool  
0(-1.0)—30° F (-1.0° C) selected and  
5(1.5)—35° F (1.5° C)  
0(4.5)—40° F (4.5° C)  
5(7.0)—45° F (7.0° C)  
remote sensor  
selection is outdoor  
for control.  
Must enforce a  
dead band  
between this and  
Auxiliary Lockout  
0360  
Heat Pump  
Auxiliary  
Lockout  
0
0—None  
40(4.5)—40° F (4.5° C)  
45(7.0)—45° F (7.0° C)  
Only shown for  
heat pump systems  
with more heat  
5
5
6
0(10.0)—50° F (10.0° C) stages than cool  
5(13.0)—55° F (13.0° C) selected and  
0(15.5)—60° F (15.5° C) remote sensor  
selection is outdoor  
for control.  
Must enforce a  
dead band  
between this and  
Heat Pump  
Compressor  
Lockout.  
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Table 1. Installer Setup (Continued).  
Installer  
Setup  
Installer  
Setup  
Name  
Default  
Setting  
Number  
All Settings  
0—no duration  
Notes  
0535  
Temporary  
Occupied  
Duration  
Limit  
3
0 means no limit  
1—one hour  
2—two hours  
3—three hours  
4—four hours  
0540  
Number of  
Periods  
4
2—2 Periods  
4—4 Periods  
Does not appear if  
Non-programmable  
is chosen.  
Applies to all days  
of the week. With 2  
selected the  
Cancel Period”  
option does not  
appear on the  
display.  
0580  
Minimum  
Compressor  
Off Time  
5
0—Off  
Only shown if  
system has cool  
stages.  
2—2 minutes  
3—3 minutes  
4—4 minutes  
—5 minutes  
5
0
600  
610  
Heat  
90  
50  
40 to 90° F (4 to 32° C)  
Only shown if  
system has heat  
stages.  
Temperature  
Range Stops  
0
Cool  
Temperature  
Range Stops  
50 to 99° F (10 to 37° C) Only shown if  
system has cool  
stages.  
0
640  
650  
Clock  
12  
0
12—12 Hour  
24—24 Hour  
Format  
0
Extended  
Fan-on time  
Heat  
0—Off  
90—90 seconds  
Not displayed with  
fan set to fossil or  
with cool-only  
systems  
0660  
Extended  
Fan-on time  
Cool  
0
0—Off  
40—40 seconds  
Only shown if  
system has cool  
stages.  
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Table 1. Installer Setup (Continued).  
Installer  
Setup  
Installer  
Setup  
Name  
Default  
Setting  
Number  
All Settings  
0—Unlocked  
Notes  
0670  
Keypad  
Lockout  
0
Unlocked: All  
functions  
accessible.  
Partial 1: Locks all  
but Holiday,  
Override, and Up/  
Down.  
1—Partial Lockout 1  
2—Partial Lockout 2  
—Fully Locked  
3
Partial 2: Locks all  
but Holiday and  
Override.  
Full: Entire  
interface locked/  
non-functional.  
0680  
Temperature  
Control Heat  
2
1—Less Aggressive  
2—Standard  
Only shown if  
system has heat  
stages.  
3
—More Aggressive  
Only integral gains  
affected. Affects  
control operation in  
all control regimes  
(
not just recovery  
or setpoint  
change).  
More Aggressive  
stops signal prior to  
reaching the  
setpoint. (For use  
with oversized  
equipment.)  
0685  
Recovery  
Heat Ramp  
Rate  
5
0-20° F/hour  
(-18- -7° C)  
Only shown if  
system has heat  
stages.  
0
disables ramped  
recovery (step  
setpoint change at  
period start time).  
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Table 1. Installer Setup (Continued).  
Installer  
Setup  
Number  
Installer  
Setup  
Name  
Default  
Setting  
All Settings  
Notes  
0690  
Temperature  
Control Cool  
2
1—Less Aggressive  
2—Standard  
Only shown if  
system has cool  
stages.  
3
—More Aggressive  
Only integral gains  
affected. Affects  
control operation in  
all control regimes  
(
not just recovery  
or setpoint  
change).  
More Aggressive  
stops signal prior to  
reaching the  
setpoint. (For use  
with oversized  
equipment.)  
0
695  
700  
Recovery  
Cool Ramp  
Rate  
3
0
0-20° F/hour  
(-18- -7° C)  
Only shown if  
system has cool  
stages.  
0
disables ramped  
recovery (step  
setpoint change at  
period start time).  
0
Temperature  
Display  
Offset  
-3 (-1.5)— -3° F (-1.5° C) This offset applies  
-2 (-1.0)— -2° F (-1.0° C) to both the control  
-1 (-0.5)— -1° F (-0.5° C) temperature and to  
0
1
2
3
(0.0)—0° F (0.0° C)  
(0.5)—1° F (0.5° C)  
(1.0)—2° F (1.0° C)  
(1.5)—3° F (1.5° C)  
the display  
temperature for  
indoor sensor (and  
remote indoor  
sensor).  
0710  
Restore  
Factory  
Defaults  
0
0—No  
1—Yes  
Resets all ISU  
parameters to  
default values and  
resets the schedule  
to default. Retains  
only calendar  
settings and time.  
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INSTALLER SYSTEM TEST  
The installer Test is part of the Installer Setup Menu.  
1.  
Enter the installer System Test by entering the  
Installer Setup and pressing repeatedly  
until “Test” appears.  
DONE  
M24083  
2.  
Use arrow to change test and system status as  
required.  
TEST NUMBER  
SYSTEM STATUS  
DONE  
PRESS  
TO PRESS  
TO  
SELECT TEST  
CHANGE STATUS  
M24085  
3.  
Press DONE to exit.  
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SYSTEM TESTS  
Test the system’s heating cooling, fan and emergency  
heat. Available tests vary by thermostat and system  
type.  
Table 2. Installer System Tests.  
System Test  
Number  
Default System Status Number  
Setting and Description  
Test Type  
Test 1  
Installer Test  
Cool  
0
0—Off  
1—Cool Stage 1  
—Cool Stage 2  
2
Test 2  
Test 3  
Installer Test  
Fan  
0
0
0—Off  
1—Fan On  
Installer Test  
Heat  
0—Off  
1—Heat Stage 1  
2
3
—Heat Stage 1 and 2  
—Heat Stage 1,2 and 3  
Test 4  
Test 8  
Installer Test  
0
0
0—Auxiliary Heat Off  
1—Auxiliary Heat On  
Auxiliary Heat  
Installer Test  
TOD/  
Economizer  
0—TOD/Economizer Off  
1—TOD/Economizer On  
CAUTION  
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD  
Compressor protection is bypassed during  
testing. To prevent equipment damage, avoid  
cycling the compressor quickly.  
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