Honeywell 8160 Thermostat User Manual

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8160  
TH106  
TL6160  
NOTE: Always keep the thermostat's vents clean and unobstructed.  
Temperature  
preset buttons  
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Indicates that the  
temperature setpoint  
is displayed  
Indicates that the  
settings are locked  
Time and day  
Set the day  
Set the time  
Temperature  
Indicates the current  
mode of operation  
Program the schedule  
Skip a period  
Temperature  
preset icon  
Indicates that the  
thermostat is configured  
for a fan-forced heater  
Select the mode  
of operation  
Indicates the  
heating power  
Indicates the current  
period (appears in  
automatic mode only)  
o Connect the thermostat wires to the line wires and to the load  
wires using solderless connectors for copper wires.  
Temperature  
adjustment  
buttons  
Indicates that the ther-  
mostat is without power *  
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LP appears only for the first two minutes when the thermostat is without power. This  
can occur during a power outage or when the thermal protection device inside the base-  
board heater is opened.  
2-wire installation  
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Description  
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This programmable thermostat can be used to control an electric  
heating system such as an electric baseboard heater, a radiant ceil-  
ing, a radiant floor, a convector or a fan-forced heater.  
The thermostat cannot be used with:  
a resistive load over 16.7 A  
a resistive load under 2 A  
a system driven by a contactor or relay (inductive load)  
a central heating system  
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-wire installation  
SUPPLIED PARTS:  
One (1) thermostat  
Two (2) 6-32 screws  
Two (2) solderless connectors  
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Installation  
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TURN OFF POWER TO THE HEATING SYSTEM AT THE MAIN  
POWER PANEL TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK. THE INSTAL-  
LATION MUST BE PERFORMED BY AN ELECTRICIAN.  
p Push any excess wire back into the electrical box.  
All cables and connections must conform to the local electrical  
code.  
Special CO/ALR solderless connectors must be used when con-  
necting with aluminum conductors.  
Install the thermostat onto an electrical box.  
Install the thermostat about 5 feet high, on an inside wall facing  
the heater.  
Avoid locations where there are air drafts (such as the top of a  
staircase or an air outlet), dead air spots (such as behind a  
door), or direct sunlight.  
NOTE: If necessary, before re-installing the front component, config-  
ure the thermostat (see section 3).  
Do not install the thermostat on a wall that conceals chimney or  
stove pipes.  
q Return power to heating system.  
The thermostat wires are not polarized; either wire can be con-  
nected to the load or to the power supply.  
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Configuration  
Temperature Setting  
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Setpoint  
The thermostat normally displays the actual temperature. To view the  
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The configuration switches are on the back of  
the thermostat. The factory settings are indi-  
cated by the gray cells in the following table.  
setpoint, press the  
the next 5 seconds.  
or button briefly. The setpoint will appear for  
To change the setpoint, press the  
or button until the desired  
temperature is displayed. To scroll faster, hold the button.  
Using a preset temperature  
SW1 Early Start a  
Off  
On  
The thermostat has 3 preset temperatures:  
SW2 Display format  
°C / 24-hour  
°F / 12-hour  
Comfort temperature  
Economy temperature  
Vacation temperature  
15 seconds /  
5 minutes /  
Fan-forced heater  
SW3 Cycle length b  
SW4 Keypad lock c  
Baseboard heater  
Off  
On  
Icon  
Intended use  
Comfort (when at home)  
Factory setting  
a. Early Start can be used in Automatic mode only. When this func-  
tion is enabled, the thermostat calculates the optimal time to start  
heating in order to obtain the desired temperature by the set time.  
The thermostat re-assesses the start time daily based on the pre-  
vious day’s performance.  
70°F (21°C)  
Economy (when asleep or away from home) 62°F (16.5°C)  
Vacation (during prolonged absence) 50°F (10°C)  
b. You must select 5 minutes if you have a fan-forced heater. The  
word FAN is displayed when this setting is selected. Select  
To use the Comfort or Economy temperature, press the or  
button respectively. The corresponding icon will be displayed.  
15 seconds for better temperature control in most other cases.  
c. The settings are locked. The temperature adjustment buttons only  
allow you to view the temperature setpoint.  
To use the Vacation temperature, press both  
simultaneously. The icon will be displayed.  
and buttons  
Storing a preset temperature  
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To store the Comfort or Economy temperature:  
Clock and Day Setting  
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Set the desired temperature using the or button. Press and  
n Press the Hour button to set the hour.  
o Press the Min button to set the minutes.  
p Press the Day button to set the day.  
q Press the Mode button to end.  
hold the appropriate button ( or ) for approximately 3 sec-  
onds until the corresponding icon is displayed.  
To store the Vacation temperature:  
Set the desired temperature using the or button. Press and  
hold both  
and buttons simultaneously for approximately 3  
Daylight Savings Time  
seconds until the icon is displayed.  
The thermostat can automatically re-adjust its clock at Daylight Sav-  
ings Time changeover. When this function is enabled (On), the ther-  
mostat switches to Daylight Savings Time on the second Sunday of  
March and to normal time on the first Sunday of November.  
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Modes of Operation  
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Automatic - The temperature is set according to the programmed  
schedule. To place the thermostat in this mode, press the Mode but-  
NOTE: The function is disabled (default setting) when the clock loses  
its setting.  
ton until  
is displayed. The icons of the current period and preset  
temperature are also displayed.  
n Press the Day button (3 seconds) until DLS appears  
Temporary Bypass: If you modify the setpoint (by pressing the  
on the screen.  
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or button) when the thermostat is in automatic mode,  
o Press either of the  
buttons to toggle between On  
enabled) and Off (disabled).  
the new setpoint will be used until the end of the current period.  
When the next period starts, the temperature set for that period  
becomes the new setpoint. To cancel the bypass, press the  
Mode button.  
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p Press the Day button briefly. The year setting is dis-  
played.  
q Press either of the  
buttons to set the current year.  
Manual - The programmed schedule is not used. The temperature  
r Press the Day button briefly. The month setting is dis-  
must be set manually. To place the thermostat in this mode:  
played.  
n Press the Mode button until is displayed.  
s Press either of the  
buttons to set the current  
o Set the temperature using the  
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,
or button.  
month.  
t Press the Day button briefly. The date setting is dis-  
played.  
u Press either of the  
buttons to set the current date.  
v Press the Mode button to end.  
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Schedule  
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The schedule consists of 4 periods per day which represents a typi-  
cal weekday. You can program the thermostat to skip the periods that  
do not apply to your situation. For example, you can skip periods 2  
and 3 for the weekend.  
PROBLEM  
SOLUTIONS  
This condition is normal. Under normal  
operation, the thermostat housing can  
reach a temperature between 95°F (35°C)  
and 104°F (40°C).  
Thermostat is hot.  
Period  
Description  
Setting  
Wake  
The measured temperature is below the  
display range. Heating is activated.  
LO is displayed.  
HI is displayed.  
Leave  
Return  
Sleep  
The measured temperature is above the  
display range.  
The thermostat is exposed to air draft.  
Eliminate the draft.  
The sticker on the thermostat’s screen has  
not been removed.  
Wrong temperature is  
displayed.  
The Comfort ( ) temperature is used in periods 1 and 3 and the  
Economy ( ) temperature is used in periods 2 and 4. For example,  
when the period changes from 1 to 2, the setpoint automatically  
The thermostat was without power for  
more than 4 hours.  
Wrong time is displayed.  
Temperature does not  
changes from Comfort setting ( ) to Economy setting ( ).  
You can have a different program for each day of the week; i.e., each  
period can start at different time for each day of the week. The  
thermostat has been programmed with the following schedule.  
Check that the thermostat is in Automatic  
change according to the mode. Check the schedule and clock set-  
programmed schedule. tings.  
The thermal circuit breaker in the heater is  
LP appears on the  
Period  
Setting  
MO  
TU  
WE  
TH  
FR  
SA  
SU  
opened. This can happen if the heater is  
screen or the screen is  
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6:00  
AM  
6:00  
AM  
6:00  
AM  
6:00  
AM  
6:00  
AM  
6:00  
AM  
obstructed by furniture or curtain and has  
blank despite there is no  
AM  
overheated, or if the thermal circuit breaker  
power outage.  
is defective.  
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8:00  
AM  
8:00  
AM  
8:00  
AM  
8:00  
AM  
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-:--  
-:--  
--:--  
--:--  
AM  
Display looks faded  
when heating is acti-  
vated  
The heating system is less than the  
required minimum load. This thermostat  
cannot be used below that rating.  
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6:00  
PM  
6:00  
PM  
6:00  
PM  
6:00  
PM  
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PM  
The settings cannot be  
changed.  
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The settings are locked (see section 3).  
PM PM PM PM PM PM PM  
To modify the schedule:  
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n Press Pgm to access the programming mode. Period 1 is  
Technical Specifications  
Power: 120/240 VAC, 60 Hz  
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selected.  
o Press Day to select the day to program (hold for 3 seconds to  
Minimum load: 2 A (resistive only)  
select the entire week).  
250 W @ 120 VAC  
p Press Hour and Min to set the start time of the selected period,  
or press Clear if you want to skip the period (--:-- is displayed).  
q Press Pgm to select another period, or press Day to select  
another day. Then repeat step 3.  
500 W @ 240 VAC  
Maximum load: 16.7 A (resistive only)  
2000 W @ 120 VAC  
4000 W @ 240 VAC  
Display range: 32°F to 140°F (0°C to 60°C)  
Display resolution: 1°F (0.5°C)  
r Press Mode to exit the programming mode.  
NOTE: If no button is pressed for 60 seconds, the thermostat will  
automatically exit the programming mode.  
Setpoint range: 40°F to 86°F (5°C to 30°C)  
Setpoint interval: 1°F (0.5°C)  
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Storage: -4°F to 120°F (-20°C to 50°C)  
Power Outage  
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During a power outage, LP (Low Power) appears for the first minute.  
Then the screen becomes blank. The settings are stored in memory.  
However, if the power failure exceeds 4 hours, the thermostat’s clock  
must be re-adjusted and, if you are using the automatic Daylight Sav-  
ings Time changeover function, it must be re-enabled. When power  
returns, the thermostat will return to the mode of operation active  
prior to the power failure.  
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Warranty  
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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 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, Honeywell shall repair or  
replace it (at Honeywell's option).  
If the product is defective,  
(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) call Honeywell Customer Care at 1-800-468-1502. Customer  
Care will make the determination whether the product should be  
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, IS HEREBY LIMITED TO THE THREE-YEAR  
DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states do not allow  
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above  
limitation may not apply to you.  
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other  
rights which vary from state to state.  
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,  
Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9.  
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Customer Assistance  
If you have any questions about the operation of your thermostat,  
please go to http://yourhome.honeywell.com, or call Honeywell  
Customer Care toll-free at 1-800-468-1502.  
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