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T7200D,E, T7300D,E,F and Q7300  
Series 2000 Programmable Commercial  
Thermostats and Subbases  
PRODUCT DATA  
T7200D,E Thermostats:  
Use on single-stage conventional (T7200D) or heat  
pump (T7200E) applications.  
T7300D,E Thermostats:  
Use on multistage conventional (T7300D) or heat pump  
T7300E) applications.  
Models available with remote sensor capability.  
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T7300F Thermostats:  
Use on single-stage or multistage system in  
conventional or heat pump applications.  
Auxiliary contacts on Q7300 can be used to interface  
with C7400/W7459 Economizer System for total  
integration of rooftop control.  
Remote temperature sensors available for use with  
all models.  
Different levels of keypad lockout available.  
Q7300 Subbase:  
APPLICATION  
Use with T7300D,E,F Thermostats.  
Auxiliary contacts can be used to interface with  
C7400/W7459 Economizer System for total integration  
of rooftop control.  
The T7200, T7300 Thermostats and Q7300 Subbases control  
2
4 Vac commercial single zone heating, ventilating and air  
conditioning (HVAC) equipment. In addition, the Q7300H  
Communicating Subbase can communicate schedule  
information and system instructions to other devices in a  
LONWORKS® network.  
When used with the T7300F (revision 4 or later), the  
Q7300H communicates with other network devices.  
Q7300L two stages of heat control ML7984 and V5011/  
V5013 valve: stage 1 opens valve 40%; stage 2 100%.  
Q7300L provides two-speed fan control:  
Low: heat and occupied fan.  
FEATURES  
— High: cooling.  
All Models:  
7-day programming.  
Two Occupied and two Unoccupied periods per day.  
Individual heat and cool setpoints available for  
Occupied and Unoccupied periods.  
Proportional plus Integral (P+I) control eliminates  
temperature fluctuations.  
Contents  
Application ........................................................................  
Features ...........................................................................  
Specifications ...................................................................  
Ordering Information ........................................................  
Installation ........................................................................  
Wiring Subbase/Wallplate ................................................  
Settings ............................................................................  
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Intelligent Recovery control automatically optimizes  
equipment start times based on building load.  
Intelligent Fan™ feature energizes fan continuously in  
the Occupied periods. Fan can also be configured for  
conventional heat or electric heat fan operation.  
Automatic or manual changeover models available.  
Universal Versaguard™ Thermostat guards available.  
Convenient overrides allow temporary setpoint  
changes.  
Installer Setup .................................................................. 10  
Installer System Test ........................................................ 13  
Programming .................................................................... 16  
Operation .......................................................................... 19  
General Operation Information ......................................... 21  
Troubleshooting Guide ..................................................... 22  
Cross Reference .............................................................. 23  
Wiring Diagrams (Fig. 20-34) ........................................... 29  
Keypad lockout available.  
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SPECIFICATIONS  
IMPORTANT  
The specifications given in this publication do  
T7200/T7300 Thermostats: See Table 1.  
Q7300 Subbases: See Table 2.  
Dimensions: See Fig. 1.  
not include normal manufacturing tolerances.  
Therefore, this unit might not exactly match the listed  
specifications. This product is tested and calibrated  
under closely controlled conditions, and some minor  
differences in performance can be expected if those  
conditions are changed.  
Finish (color): Taupe.  
Table 1. T7200 and T7300 Thermostat Features.  
Maximum Stages  
Heat Cool  
Subbase  
Required  
Model  
T7200D  
Applications  
Wiring Diagram Changeoverb  
Conventional  
Nonea  
1
1
1
1
20  
21  
Automatic or  
Manual  
T7200E  
Heat Pump  
Nonea  
T7300D  
T7300E  
T7300F  
Conventional  
Heat Pump  
Q7300A,G,L  
Q7300C,D  
3
3
3
2
3
3
22-23, 28, 34  
24-27  
Conventional or Q7300A,C,D,G,L 3  
Heat Pump  
22-28,34  
29-33  
Q7300H  
3
a
Wallplate provided.  
b
Configured in Installer Setup.  
Table 2. Q7300 Subbase Features.  
Maximum Stagesa,b  
Thermostat  
Required  
Model  
Q7300A  
Applications  
Heat  
Cool  
Wiring Diagram  
Conventional  
Heat Pump  
Heat Pump  
Conventional  
Heat Pump  
T7300D,F  
2
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
2
22-23  
Q7300C  
Q7300D  
T7300E,F  
T7300E,F  
T7300D,F  
T7300F  
24-26  
27  
Q7300G  
28  
Q7300Hc  
29  
Q7300Hd  
Heat Pump  
T7300F  
3
2
30  
Q7300H  
Q7300H  
Q7300L  
Conventional  
Conventional  
Conventionale  
T7300F  
T7300F  
T7300D,F  
3
2
2
3
1
1
31  
32  
34  
a
b
c
d
e
Depends on model (some specific models have fewer).  
Without O/B terminals.  
With O/B terminals.  
All subbases are down selectable and can be configured to  
control fewer stages than the maximum allowed.  
Used with ML7984 Actuator and V5011 or V5013 Valve.  
ORDERING INFORMATION  
When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the  
TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number.  
If you have additional questions, need further information, or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or  
phone:  
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Your local Home and Building Control Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory).  
Home and Building Control Customer Relations  
Honeywell, 1885 Douglas Drive North  
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386 (800) 328-5111  
In Canada—Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 35 Dynamic Drive, Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9.  
International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Australia, Canada, Finland, France,  
Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom, U.S.A.  
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Electrical Ratings:  
Table 5. Temperature Offset.  
2
4 Vac, 50/60 Hz.  
Temperature Range  
18 AWG  
-0.4°F  
20 AWG  
-0.7°F  
22 AWG  
-1.0°F  
20 to 30 Vac, 50/60 Hz.  
5
0 to 90°F  
0 to 32°C  
Batteries: No batteries required.  
1
-0.3°C  
-0.4°C  
-0.6°C  
Auxiliary Heat and Emergency Heat Indication:  
Thermostat display indicates when Auxiliary Heat or  
Emergency Heat are activated.  
Minimum Stage Operation Time:  
Minimum On (Heat and Cool): factory setting 2 minutes;  
option 0 minutes.  
Minimum Off (Cool and Heat Pump): factory setting  
Loss of Power: The thermostat maintains programmed times  
and temperatures for the life of the product. The clock and  
day information is retained for a minimum of two hours.  
4
minutes; option 0, 1, 3, 5 minutes.  
Mounting Means:  
T7200: Mounts on a wallplate.  
T7300: Mounts on a Q7300 Subbase.  
Light Emitting Diodes (LED):  
Two user-defined LED (not available on Q7300H).  
Two defined (CHECK and MAINTENANCE) LED on select  
models.  
NOTE: Wallplate and subbase mount horizontally on a wall  
or outlet box with two no. 6 x 32 screws (included).  
System Current Draw: 6 VA maximum at 30 Vac, 50/60 Hz.  
Output Relay Current Draw: See Table 3.  
Table 3. Maximum Amps at 30 Vac.  
Accessories:  
C7150B1004 Discharge Air Sensor: for checkout use only  
(
form 63-2072).  
M7415 Damper Actuator (form 63-2100).  
ML7984 Valve Actuator (form 95C-10753).  
Relay  
Running (A)  
0.5  
Inrush (A)  
Q7760A Serial LonTalk® Adapter.  
R8222 Switching Relay (form 60-2056).  
T675A Temperature Control (form 60-2200).  
T7022A1010 Remote Temperature Sensor (form 60-0247).  
T7047C Remote Temperature Sensor (form 62-3050).  
T7047G Remote Temperature Sensor (form 62-3050).  
T7147A Remote Temperature Sensor and Override Module  
Fan  
2.5  
3.5  
7.5  
3.5  
Heat (all stages)  
Cool (all stages)  
1.5  
1.5  
Auxiliary (Economizer) 1.5  
(
form 62-3049).  
Temperature:  
Ratings:  
Operating Ambient: 40°F to 110°F (4°C to 43°C).  
Shipping: -30°F to +150°F (-34°C to +65°C).  
Display Accuracy: ±1°F (±0.5°C).  
W859F Packaged Economizer (form 63-2476).  
W950A System Supervisor (form 60-2351).  
W7459 Economizer Logic Module (form 63-2141).  
W6210/W7210 Economizer (form 63-2528).  
W6215/W7215 Economizer (form 63-2544).  
Setpoint:  
Range: 45°F to 95°F (7°C to 35°C).  
Deadband: 2°F (1°C).  
Approvals:  
European Community Mark (CE) Listed.  
Q7300H only: LONMARK® Functional Profile No. 8060,  
Thermostat Object (type 09).  
Default Settings: See Table 4.  
Table 4. Default Setpoints.  
Control  
Heating  
Cooling  
Occupied  
70°F (21°C)  
78°F (26°C)  
Unoccupied  
55°F (13°C)  
90°F (32°C)  
MERCURY NOTICE  
If this control is replacing a control that contains  
mercury in a sealed tube, do not place your old  
control in the trash. Dispose of properly.  
Remote Sensor Wiring Temperature Offset:  
Temperature offset occurs with 500 ft (157m) to  
Contact your local waste management authority  
for instructions regarding recycling and the proper  
disposal of an old control. If you have questions,  
call Honeywell Customer Response Center at  
1000 ft (305m) of 2-wire cable. See Table 5.  
Humidity Ratings: 5% to 90% RH, noncondensing.  
Clock Accuracy: ±1 minute per month.  
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6-3/4 (172)  
1/16 (2)  
3-1/4 (82)  
1-3/8 (35)  
1
(
-7/8  
47)  
4-1/8  
(105)  
4-3/4  
(121)  
1
Q7300A,C,D,G,L  
6-11/16 (170)  
1/16 (2)  
3-3/16 (77)  
1-3/8 (35)  
1
(
-7/8  
47)  
4-1/8  
(105)  
Q7300H  
1-11/16  
(43)  
7-5/16 (186)  
7/8  
(22)  
4
-5/8 5 (127)  
(117)  
Set Program  
Unoccupied  
Start Time  
Set Temperature  
Run  
Program  
Occupied  
Start Time  
Occupied  
Unoccupied  
Temp  
Change  
Time/Temp  
Day  
Temp  
Temporary  
Occupied  
Set Current  
Day/Time  
Clear  
Start Time  
Heat/Cool  
Settings  
Copy  
Continous  
Unoccupied  
System  
Fan  
1
T7200D,E; T7300D,E,F  
M16292  
9
(14)  
/16  
1
T7200 WALLPLATE DOES NOT HAVE THE LED EXTENSION  
Fig. 1. Dimensions of T7200, T7300 and Q7300 in in. (mm).  
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INSTALLATION  
YES  
When Installing this Product…  
NO  
1
2
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Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow  
the instructions can damage the product or cause a  
hazardous condition.  
NO  
NO  
5 FEET  
1.5 METERS)  
(
Check the ratings given in the instructions and on the  
product to make sure the product is suitable for your  
application.  
3
4
.
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Installer must be a trained, experienced service  
technician.  
After completing installation, use these instructions to  
M4823A  
check out the product operation.  
Fig. 2. Typical location of thermostat  
or remote-mounted sensor.  
Location  
Do not install the thermostat where it can be affected by:  
IMPORTANT  
To avoid electrical interference, which can cause  
drafts, or dead spots behind doors and in corners.  
hot or cold air from ducts.  
radiant heat from sun or appliances.  
concealed pipes and chimneys.  
unheated (uncooled) areas such as an outside wall behind  
the thermostat.  
erratic performances, keep wiring runs as short as  
possible and do not run thermostat wires adjacent to  
the line voltage electrical distribution systems. Use  
shielded cable (Belden type 8762 or equivalent for  
-wire and Belden type 8772 or equivalent for  
-wire). The cable shield must be grounded only at  
2
3
T7200 Wallplate or Q7300 Subbase without  
Remote-Mounted Temperature Sensor  
the controlled equipment case.  
Install the thermostat about 5 ft (1.5m) above the floor in  
an area with good air circulation at average temperature.  
See Fig. 2.  
SUBBASE  
T
T
T7047C  
T
Q7300 Subbase with Remote-Mounted  
Temperature Sensor(s)  
T
If only the remote-mounted temperature sensor(s) is used  
to sense and control room temperature, then install the  
thermostat in an area that is accessible for setting and  
adjusting the temperature and settings.  
M4839BB  
If both the subbase and remote-mounted temperature  
sensor(s) are used to sense and control room temperature,  
then install the subbase about 5 ft above the floor in an area  
with good air circulation.  
Fig. 3. One T7047C Sensor providing temperature  
sensing for T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.  
SUBBASE  
Install the remote-mounted sensor(s) about 5 ft (1.5m) above  
the floor in an area with good air circulation at average  
temperature. See Fig. 2.  
T
T
T7047G  
T7047G  
T
T
T
T
If multiple remote sensors are required, they must be  
arranged in a temperature averaging network consisting of  
two, three, four, five or nine sensors. See Fig. 3 through 8.  
NOTES:  
When sensor averaging, the T7147A can be substituted  
for the T7047C. The T7147A includes OVERRIDE and  
WARMER/COOLER keys.  
Up to four T7147As can be used in parallel to place the  
thermostat in Temporary Occupied.  
M4838  
Fig. 4. Two T7047G Sensors providing temperature  
averaging network for T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.  
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SUBBASE  
SUBBASE  
T
T
T
T
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T7047G  
T7047C  
T
T
T
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
T
T
T
M4839  
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
Fig. 5. Two T7047C Sensors and one T7047G Sensor  
providing temperature averaging network for  
T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.  
T
T
SUBBASE  
T
T
M4842  
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
Fig. 8. Nine T7047C Sensors providing temperature  
averaging network for T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.  
T
T
NOTE: With the thermostat configured for a temperature  
averaging network (remote and internal sensing), the  
internal sensor has 50% authority of the averaged  
temperature.  
T7047C  
T
T7047C  
T
T
T
Mounting Subbase/Wallplate  
The subbase/wallplate mounts horizontally on the wall or  
a 2 in. by 4 in. wiring box. Position the subbase/wallplate  
horizontally on the wall or on a 2 in. by 4 in. wiring box.  
M4840  
1. Position and level the subbase/wallplate.  
Fig. 6. Four T7047C Sensors providing temperature  
averaging network for T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.  
NOTE: A level wallplate is only for appearance. The  
thermostat functions properly when not level.  
2
.
Use a pencil to mark the mounting holes. See Fig. 9.  
SUBBASE  
3. Remove the subbase/wallplate from the wall and drill  
two 3/16 inch holes in the wall (if drywall) as marked.  
For firmer material such as plaster or wood, drill two  
7/32 inch holes. Gently tap anchors (provided) into the  
drilled holes until flush with the wall.  
T
T
T7047G  
T7047G  
4
.
Position the subbase/wallplate over the holes, pulling  
wires through the wiring opening.  
T
T
T
T
T7047G  
5
6
.
.
Loosely insert the mounting screws into the holes.  
Tighten mounting screws.  
T
T
T7047G  
T7047G  
T
T
T
T
M4841  
Fig. 7. Five T7047G Sensors providing temperature  
averaging network for T7300/Q7300 Thermostat/Subbase.  
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WIRING SUBBASE/WALLPLATE  
WALL  
IMPORTANT  
All wiring must comply with local electrical codes  
WIRES  
THROUGH WALL  
and ordinances.  
Follow equipment manufacturer wiring instructions when  
available. Refer to the Wiring section for typical hookups.  
A letter code is located near each terminal for identification.  
Refer to Table 6 for terminal designations.  
WALL  
ANCHORS  
(2)  
CAUTION  
Electrical Shock Hazard.  
Power supply can cause electrical shock.  
Disconnect power before beginning installation.  
MOUNTING  
HOLES  
1. Loosen the terminal screws on the subbase/wallplate  
and connect the system wires. See Fig. 10.  
MOUNTING  
SCREWS  
IMPORTANT  
Use 18-gauge, solid-conductor color-coded  
thermostat cable for proper wiring. If using 18- gauge  
stranded wire, no more than ten wires can be used.  
Do not use larger than 18-gauge wire.  
M10237  
LEDS  
Fig. 9. Mounting subbase or wallplate.  
2
3
4
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.
Securely tighten each terminal screw.  
Push excess wire back into the hole.  
Plug the hole with nonflammable insulation to prevent  
drafts from affecting the thermostat.  
FOR WRAPAROUND  
INSERTION STRIP  
FOR STRAIGHT INSERTION  
STRIP 5/16 IN. (8 MM).  
7/16 IN. (11 MM).  
M4826  
Fig. 10. Proper wiring technique.  
Table 6. Terminal Designations and Descriptions.  
Terminal Designations  
Standard Alternate  
A1  
Terminal  
Type  
Typical Connection  
Function  
A2a  
Dry auxiliary contacts for economizer control; A1 is normally open Output  
during Unoccupied periods and closed during Occupied periods.  
Dry contact  
A1, A2  
Damper control relay (Q7300L only).  
Input, Output 24Vpowered  
contact  
A2  
A3  
A1a  
Dry auxiliary contacts for economizer control (A2 is common).  
Input  
Dry contact  
Dry contact  
Dry auxiliary contacts for economizer control; A3 is normally open Output  
during Occupied periods and closed during Unoccupied periods.  
AS, AS  
B
C7150B Discharge Air Sensor connection.  
Heating changeover valve.  
Input  
Output  
24Vpowered  
contact  
C1, C2, C3,  
C4, C5  
Communication input for T7147.  
Emergency heat relay.  
Input  
Low power  
E
K
Output  
24Vpowered  
contact  
a
Some OEM models reverse the economizer terminal designations A1 and A2.  
Some OEM models label the terminal for transformer common B.  
Applies only to Q7300H2037.  
b
c
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Table 6. Terminal Designations and Descriptions. (Continued)  
Terminal Designations  
Terminal  
Type  
Standard  
EB, EB  
Alternate  
Typical Connection  
Function  
F
Q7300H LONWORKS® bus connection to LONWORKS® network.  
Input, Output Communi-  
cations  
G
O
Fan relay.  
Output  
24Vpowered  
contact  
R
Cooling changeover valve.  
Output  
24Vpowered  
contact  
R
V
24V system transformer.  
Input  
Input  
Input  
Input  
Output  
RC  
RH  
T, T  
W1  
24V cooling transformer.  
24V heating transformer.  
Remote sensor input for T7047 or T7147.  
Stage 1 heating relay (Q7300A,G,H) or auxiliary heat relay  
H1, R3  
24Vpowered  
contact  
(
Q7300C,D,H).  
W2  
W3  
H2, R4, W3, Y Stage 2 heating relay.  
Output  
Output  
Input  
24Vpowered  
contact  
Stage 3 heating relay.  
Common.  
24Vpowered  
contact  
X
Bb, C, X1, X2  
X1, X3  
A, A1, A2, C, User defined Light Emitting Diodes (LED).  
L, X, Z  
Annunciation —  
X4  
Y1  
LED common.  
Annunciation —  
C1, M, Y  
Stage 1 compressor contactor (Q7300C,D,H).  
Output  
Output  
Output  
Output  
Output  
24Vpowered  
contact  
Y1, Y  
Y2  
RS, M  
C2  
c
24Vpowered  
contact  
Stage 1 cooling compressor (Q7300A,G,H ,L).  
Stage 2 cooling compressor (conventional).  
Stage 2 compressor contactor (heat pump).  
24Vpowered  
contact  
Y3  
Stage 3 cooling compressor.  
24Vpowered  
contact  
BM  
c
ML7984 Actuator connection (Q7300H , L only); no call for heat,  
valve closed; call for stage 1 heat, valve approximately one-half  
open; call for stage 2 heat, valve fully open.  
FC  
c
Input  
Fan control transformer (Q7300H , L only).  
GH  
c
Output  
24Vpowered  
contact  
High-speed fan output (Q7300H , L only); activate during calls for  
cooling.  
GL  
c
Output  
24Vpowered  
contact  
Low-speed fan output (Q7300H , L only); activated on calls for heat  
and fan On selection.  
P1, P2  
RM  
c
Input, Output 24Vpowered  
contact  
Pump interlock relay (Q7300H , L only); operates circulator pump in  
hydronic heat or energizes conventional heat system.  
c
Output  
ML7984A Actuator connection (Q7300H , L only); no call for heat,  
valve closed; call for stage 1 heat, valve approximately one-half  
open; call for stage 2 heat, valve fully open.  
C, H, L  
HSII Control Panel.  
O
Momentary circuit changeover.  
Defrost.  
P
R1, R2  
T
Low- and high-speed fan relays.  
External temperature readout, T-relay; outdoor thermistor.  
a
Some OEM models reverse the economizer terminal designations A1 and A2.  
Some OEM models label the terminal for transformer common B.  
Applies only to Q7300H2037.  
b
c
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Mounting Thermostat on Subbase/Wallplate  
The thermostat mounts on the subbase/wallplate after it is  
installed:  
SETTINGS  
1
.
Engage the tabs at the top of the thermostat and  
subbase/wallplate. See Fig. 11.  
Press the lower edge of the case to latch.  
Using Thermostat Keys  
The thermostat keys are used to:  
2
.
set current time and day,  
program times and setpoints for heating and cooling,  
override the program temperatures,  
display present setting,  
set system and fan operation,  
configure Installer Setup,  
NOTE: To remove the thermostat from the wall, first pull out  
at the bottom of the thermostat; then remove the top.  
A. ENGAGE TABS AT TOP OF THERMOSTAT AND SUBBASE OR WALLPLATE.  
check Installer System Test.  
See Fig. 12 for key information.  
Setting System and Fan (select models)  
The system default setting is Heat. The fan default is set  
so the fan operates continuously in Occupied periods,  
Unoccupied period recovery times and with the heating and  
cooling equipment in Unoccupied periods. Use the System  
and Fan keys to change the settings. Fan and system  
operation are configured in the Installer Setup options.  
The system settings are:  
B. PRESS LOWER EDGE OF CASE TO LATCH.  
Em Heat (T7200E, T7300/Q7300C,D,H): Emergency heat  
relay is on continuously. Thermostat cycles highest stage  
of heat. Cooling system is off. Compressor is de-energized.  
Heat: Thermostat controls the heating.  
Off: Both the heating and cooling are off.  
Cool: Thermostat controls the cooling.  
Auto: Thermostat automatically changes between heating  
and cooling depending on the indoor temperature.  
The fan settings are:  
On: Fan operates continuously in occupied period.  
 Auto: Equipment controls the fan in the Unoccupied  
periods. The Intelligent Fanoperation (Installer Setup  
number 17) offers three choices for the fan operation in  
Occupied periods:  
M4824A  
Fig. 11. Mounting thermostat on subbase/wallplate.  
fan turns on only when there is a call for heat or cool.  
fan operates continuously in Occupied periods.  
fan is on continuously in Occupied periods and  
Unoccupied period recovery times.  
Setting Temperature  
Refer to Table 4 for the default temperature setpoints. See  
Programming section for complete instructions on changing  
the setpoints.  
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ENTER UNOCCUPIED  
PROGRAM MODE  
SET OCCUPIED  
TEMPERATURE  
SETPOINTS  
SET UNOCCUPIED TEMPERATURE  
SETPOINTS AND SCROLLS  
THROUGH INSTALLER SETUP  
AND SYSTEM TEST  
ENTER OCCUPIED  
PROGRAM MODE  
SET CURRENT DAY OR  
PROGRAM DAY  
AM  
Room  
Mon  
Occupied  
System  
Heat  
Fan  
Auto  
RETURNS TO  
NORMAL  
OPERATIONS  
INCREASE  
TEMPERATURE  
OR TIME SETTING  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
Change  
Time/Temp  
Run  
Program  
Occupied  
Start Time  
Unoccupied  
Start Time  
Occupied  
Temp  
Unoccupied  
Temp  
Day  
SET OVERRIDE  
TEMPERATURE  
OFFSET AND  
ACTIVATE  
TEMPORARY  
OVERRIDE  
Temporary  
Occupied  
Set Current  
Day/Time  
Clear  
Start Time  
Heat/Cool  
Settings  
Copy  
Continuous  
Unoccupied  
System  
Fan  
DECREASE  
TEMPERATURE  
OR TIME SETTING  
SET CURRENT  
DAY AND TIME  
SELECT  
SYSTEM  
OPERATION  
SELECT FAN  
OPERATION  
CHANGE BETWEEN HEATING  
AND COOLING SETPOINTS  
AND SCROLLS BACKWARDS  
THROUGH INSTALLER SETUP  
NUMBERS AND SYSTEM TEST  
ENTER HOLD MODE  
CLEAR PROGRAM PERIOD  
COPY ONE  
PROGRAMMED DAY  
TO ANOTHER DAY  
M10233A  
Fig. 12. Thermostat key locations and descriptions.  
INSTALLER SETUP  
Set Program Start Time Set Day/Time Temporary Setting Enrg  
Sav  
NOTE: For most applications, the thermostat factory settings  
do not need to be changed. Review the factory  
settings in Table 7 and if no changes are necessary,  
go to the Installer System Test section.  
Em Ht  
Aux Ht  
Comm  
AM  
PM  
Room  
%Humid  
Remote  
In Recovery Auto Only Duct  
LoMedHi Fan  
OnAuto  
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun  
UnOccupied 12 Override  
System  
Heat Cool  
The installer uses the Installer Setup to customize the  
thermostat to specific systems. (See Table 7.) The table  
includes all the configuration options available.  
Em Heat OffCool Auto Wait  
M4916  
Fig. 13. LED display of all segments.  
A combination of key presses are required to use the Installer  
Setup feature:  
To enter the Installer Setup, press and hold Heat/Cool  
Settings and both the increase and decrease keys  
until the first number is displayed. All display segments  
appear for approximately three seconds before the number  
is displayed. See Fig. 13 and 14.  
To advance to the next Installer Setup number, press  
Unoccupied Temp.  
To return to an Installer Setup number, press Heat/Cool  
Settings.  
M10227  
MODE NUMBER  
DISPLAY  
(COLUMN 2  
OF TABLE 8)  
To change a setting, use the increase or decrease key.  
To exit the Installer Setup, press Run Program.  
FACTORY SETTING  
OR OTHER CHOICE  
DISPLAY (COLUMN 3  
OR 5 OF TABLE 8)  
NOTES:  
Installer Setup is automatically exited after four  
minutes with no key pressed.  
Fig. 14. Installer Setup number and setting display.  
Be sure to set thermostat time after exiting  
Installer Setup.  
Installer Setup numbers are listed in Table 7.  
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IMPORTANT  
Only configurable numbers are shown on the device.  
Example: If the thermostat does not have a system  
key, Installer Setup number 12 will not be displayed.  
Review Table 7 factory settings and mark any  
desired changes in the Actual Setting column. When  
the Installer Setup is complete, review the settings to  
confirm that they match the system.  
CAUTION  
Fan must be running when system is operating.  
Heat pump and electric heat systems must be  
configured correctly in Installer Setup 2 to prevent  
Possible Equipment Damage.  
equipment damage caused by the system running  
without the fan.  
Table 7. Thermostat Installer Setup Options.  
Installer Setup  
Number  
Press Unoccupied  
Other Choices  
(Press or to change)  
Factory Setting  
Description  
(
Actual  
Setting  
Select  
Not used  
Temp to change) Display  
Display  
Description  
1
0
1
Fan operationa  
2
Conventional applications where  
equipment controls fan operation  
in heat mode.  
Electric heat applications where thermostat  
controls fan operation in heat mode.  
Output stages of  
heating  
3
Subbase Stages of heat.  
dependant  
0, 1, 2, 0: No heating.  
or 3 1: One stage of heat.  
: Two stages of heat.  
: Three stages of heat.  
2
3
Heating cycle rate  
4
5
6
7
4
4
4
4
Stage 1: 4 cph.  
Stage 2: 4 cph.  
Stage 3: 4 cph.  
3, 6, 8 or 3: 3 cph (hot water systems or high  
efficiency furnaces).  
: 6 cph (conventional systems).  
: 8 cph (conventional systems).  
: 9 cph (electric heat systems).  
9
6
8
9
Emergency heat relay is on  
continuously. Highest stage of  
heat cycles at 4 cph (Q7300C or D  
only).  
Cooling output  
stages  
8
9
Subbase Stages of cooling.  
dependant  
0, 1, 2 or 0: No cooling.  
3
1: One cooling stage.  
: Two cooling stages.  
: Three cooling stages.  
2
3
Cooling cycle rate  
4
4
4
Stage 1: 4 cph.  
Stage 2: 4 cph.  
Stage 3: 4 cph.  
System selection.  
3
3: 3 cph.  
10  
11  
System setting  
adjustment  
12  
Model  
0, 1 or 2 0: System setting key is operational.  
1: Auto setting disabled.  
dependant  
(models with  
2: Auto only setting.  
System key)  
Not used  
13  
14  
0
1
Degree  
Temperature displayed in °F.  
Temperature displayed in °C.  
temperature  
display  
Displaying  
temperature  
15  
16  
0
Temperature displayed.  
12-hour clock format.  
1
1
Temperature not displayed.  
24-hour clock format.  
(T7300F only).  
Clock format.  
0
2
Intelligent Fan™ 17  
operation.  
Fan operates continuously in  
Occupied and recovery modes.  
Fan operates with call for heat or  
cool in Unoccupied mode.  
0 or 1 0: Fan operates only with call for heat or  
cool (Occupied and Unoccupied modes).  
1: Fan operates continuously in Occupied  
mode. Fan operates with call for heat or  
cool in Unoccupied mode.  
Auxiliary contact 18  
operation.  
0
0: Time of day contact.  
1
1: Economizer contacts.  
a
Number 2 must be set to 1 to extend fan operation.  
b
Number 22 must be set to 1 and remote sensor(s) must be installed.  
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Installer Setup  
Number  
Press Unoccupied  
Other Choices  
(Press or to change)  
Factory Setting  
Description  
(
Actual  
Setting  
Select  
Temp to change) Display  
Display  
Description  
Extended fan  
operation in heata  
19  
0
No extended fan operation after  
call for heat ends.  
1
Fan operation extended 90 sec after call for  
heat ends.  
(T7300F only).  
Extended fan  
operation in  
cooling  
20  
21  
0
No extended fan operation after  
the call for cooling ends.  
1
1
Fan operation is extended 90 seconds after  
the call for cooling ends.  
(T7300F only).  
Fan key  
0
Fan setting key operational.  
Fan setting key is Auto only.  
adjustment  
(models with Fan  
key).  
Remote sensing. 22  
0
0
Remote sensing not activated.  
Temperature averaging disabled.  
1
1
Remote sensing activated.  
Temperature  
23  
Temperature averaging between local  
sensor and remote sensor(s) activated.  
averagingnetworkb  
(T7300F only).  
Not used.  
24  
25  
0
Keypad lockout  
level (keypad  
No lockout.  
1, 2 or 3 1: Lockout all thermostat keys except  
system and fan settings, temporary  
lockout enabled/  
disabled by DIP  
switch 1 on  
setpoint, clock and day adjustments,  
increase and decrease  
.
2: Lockout all keys except Set Current Day/  
thermostat back).  
Time, increase and decrease  
.
(T7300F only)  
3: Lockout all keys except Temporary  
Occupied and Set Current Day/Time (for  
clock, day adjustment).  
Duration of  
temporary  
override.  
26  
3
3: Three hour override.  
1, 8 or 1: One hour override.  
12  
8: Eight hour override.  
12: Twelve hour override.  
Not used.  
Deadband  
27 through 29  
30  
2
Heating and cooling setpoints can 3 - 10 Heating and cooling setpoints can be set no  
(T7300F only).  
be set no closer than 2°F (1.1°C).  
closer than the chosen value.  
Interstage control 31  
point (T7300F,  
Q7300C,D only).  
0
Disabled.  
1 - 12 Temperature must change more than  
chosen value before system calls for next  
stage. (Example: heat setpoint: 68°F (20°C),  
interstage setting: 2°F (1.1°C), temperature  
is 65.5°F (18.5°C). Second stage turns on,  
brings temperature to 66°F (19°C) and turns  
off. Heat pump continues to run until setpoint  
is reached.  
Minimum on- time 32  
2
4
2-minute minimum on- time for  
heating and cooling.  
0 or 1 No minimum on-time or 1-minute minimum  
on-time for heating and cooling.  
(T7300F).  
Minimum  
compressor off-  
time.  
33  
4-minute minimum compressor  
off-time.  
0, 1, 2, 3 Minimum number of minutes (0 through 5)  
or 5  
compressor is off between compressor calls.  
Temperature heat 34  
range stops  
90  
45  
Highest heat setpoint.  
Lowest cooling setpoint.  
40 to 89 Heat setpoint temperature range (1°F  
increments).  
(T7300F).  
Temperature  
cooling range  
stops (T7300F).  
35  
36  
46 to 99 Temperature range (1°F increments) for  
cooling setpoint.  
Not used.  
a
Number 2 must be set to 1 to extend fan operation.  
b
Number 22 must be set to 1 and remote sensor(s) must be installed.  
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Installer Setup  
Number  
Press Unoccupied  
Other Choices  
(Press or to change)  
Factory Setting  
Description  
(
Actual  
Setting  
Select  
Temp to change) Display  
Display  
Description  
Temperature  
display adjustment.  
37  
0
No difference in displayed  
temperature and actual room  
temperature.  
1 - 6  
1: Display adjusts to 1°F (0.6°C) higher  
than actual room temperature.  
2: Display adjusts to 2°F (1.1°C) higher  
than actual room temperature.  
3: Display adjusts to 3°F (1.7°C) higher  
than actual room temperature.  
: Display adjusts to 1°F (0.6°C) lower than  
4
actual room temperature.  
5
: Display adjusts to 2°F (1.1°C) lower than  
actual room temperature.  
6: Display adjusts to 3°F (1.7°C) lower than  
actual room temperature.  
Minimum off-time 38  
in heating.  
4
4: 4-minute minimum off-time  
0, 1, 2, Minimum number of minutes (0 through 5)  
3, or 5 the heating equipment is off between calls  
for heat.  
Not used.  
39  
40  
0
1
Installer Setup  
lockout (enable/  
disable keypad  
lockout using DIP  
switch 1 on  
0: No Installer Setup lockout.  
1: Installer Setup lockout activated.  
thermostat back).  
a
Number 2 must be set to 1 to extend fan operation.  
b
Number 22 must be set to 1 and remote sensor(s) must be installed.  
IMPORTANT  
Review the settings to confirm that they match the  
NOTE: Tapping Set Current Day/Time changes the  
time in one hour increments.  
system. Press Run Program to exit the Installer  
Setup. The thermostat has saved the Installer Setup  
changes and initiated reset in order to operate with  
these new settings. Be sure to set the current day  
and time immediately.  
Set Day/Time  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Occupied  
Temporary  
Day/Time  
Set Current  
Start Time  
Clear  
Copy  
Settings  
Heat/Cool  
Tue  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
M4953B  
4
.
Press Run Program.  
Run  
Setting Current Time/Day  
1
.
Press Set Current Day/Time.  
AM  
Room  
Program  
Pr Ro g  
u
n
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
Set Program  
U
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
ie  
d
OcT  
c
u
Set Temperature  
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
c
mu pp ied  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
r
a
S
e
S
m
e
Day  
e
e
Mon  
Occupied 1  
System  
Heat  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Fan  
NOTE: On initial power up or after an extended power  
loss, 1:00 pm flashes on the display until a key  
is pressed.  
Auto  
M4954A  
Set Day/Time  
INSTALLER SYSTEM TEST  
Set Current  
Day/Time  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Use the Installer System Test to check the thermostat  
configurations and operation. Refer to Table 8 for a list of  
available system tests. To start the system test:  
M4951B  
2
.
Press Day until the current day is displayed.  
NOTE: Sun = Sunday, Mon = Monday, Tue = Tuesday,  
Wed = Wednesday, Thu = Thursday,  
Fri = Friday, Sat = Saturday.  
CAUTION  
Equipment damage can result if compressor is  
Possible Equipment Damage.  
Set Day/Time  
cycled too quickly.  
Day  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
The minimum off time for compressors is bypassed  
during the Installer System Test. Equipment damage  
can occur if the compressor is cycled too quickly.  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Tue  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4952B  
Press and hold both the increase and decrease keys  
until 10 appears. All segments of the LCD display for three  
seconds before 10 appears. See Fig. 15 and 16.  
3
.
Press increase or decrease key until the current  
time is displayed.  
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Thermostat Information  
Temporary Setting Enrg  
Sav  
1. Press Heat/Cool Settings to access thermostat  
Set Program Start Time Set Day/Time  
Em Ht  
Aux Ht  
Comm  
information.  
AM  
PM  
Room  
%Humid  
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun  
Heat Cool  
Remote  
In Recovery Auto Only Duct  
LoMedHi Fan  
UnOccupied 12 Override  
System  
Em Heat OffCool Auto Wait  
OnAuto  
M4934  
M4916  
2
.
Press increase to display the production date code.  
The first two large digits are the month and the third digit  
is the last digit of the year.  
Fig. 15. LCD display of all segments.  
(
Example: 036 = March 1996).  
M4931  
3
.
Press increase again to display the software  
identification code. (Example: 02 = software ID code 2).  
M10257A  
TEST NUMBER  
Fig. 16. Test number display.  
Table 8. Tests Available in Installer System Test.  
Test  
M4932A  
Number  
System Test Description  
1
2
0 to 19 Heating equipment can be turned on and off.  
4. Press increase again to display the software revision  
number. (Example: 001 = revision number 1).  
0 to 29 Emergency heat equipment can be turned on and  
off (Q7300C,D,H only).  
3
4
0 to 39 Cooling equipment can be turned on and off.  
0 to 49 Fan equipment can be turned on and off.  
6
6
0 0 to Keyboard keys test.  
0 19  
M10229  
7
0 to 79 Thermostat information including date code and  
software versions are displayed.  
5. Press increase again to display the EEPROM  
identification code. (Example: 314 = EEPROM ID 313).  
NOTE: If a duct temperature sensor is installed  
T7300F only), duct temperature is also displayed.  
(
Refer to Table 9 and Thermostat Information section for  
directions and results of the specific system tests.  
M4933A  
6
.
Press increase again to display the subbase  
identification code.  
NOTE: Press Run Program to exit the system test. The  
system test times out after four minutes without any  
key presses.  
(
Example: HP = heat pump subbases).  
M10290  
7
.
Press Run Program to exit the self-test. The self-test  
times out after four minutes without any key presses.  
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Table 9. Installer System Test Options.  
Test  
Key to Press  
Heating Equipment System Test  
Heat/Cool Settings 10  
Number  
Description  
Enter heating equipment system test.  
1
1
Stage-one heat turns on. The system fan is also energized.  
Stage-two heat turns on. Stage-one heat and system fan remain on.  
Stage-three heat turns on. Stage-one and stage-two heat with the system fan are on.  
Stage-three heat turns off.  
1
1
1
2
3
2
11  
Stage-two heat turns off.  
1
0
Stage-one heat and system fan turn off.  
Emergency Heating Equipment System Test (T7300E,F with Q7300C,D)  
Heat/Cool Settings  
20  
Change from heating to emergency heating equipment system test (Em Heat on).  
Fan turns on.  
2
2
1
0
Fan and highest stage heat turns off.  
Cooling Equipment System Test  
Heat/Cool Settings  
30  
Change from heating or emergency heating to cooling equipment system test.  
Stage-one cooling and system fan turn on.  
3
3
3
1
2
3
Stage-two cool turn on. Stage-one cool and system fan remain on.  
Stage-three cool turns on (Q7300G,H only). Stage-one and stage-two cool with system  
fan remain on.  
3
3
3
2
1
0
Stage-three cool turns off.  
Stage-two cool turns off.  
Stage-one cool and system fan turn off.  
Fan Equipment System Test  
Heat/Cool Settings  
40  
Change from cooling to fan equipment system test.  
Fan turns on.  
4
4
4
4
1
2
1
0
High speed fan turns on (Q7300Ha, L only).  
High speed fan turns off.  
Fan turns off.  
Key Operation System Test  
Heat/Cool Settings  
Unoccupied Temp  
60 2  
60 0  
60 1  
Change from fan to key operation system test.  
Unoccupied Temp test number is displayed.  
Occupied Temp test number is displayed.  
Increase test number is displayed.  
Occupied Temp  
6
6
0 3  
0 5  
Decrease test number is displayed.  
Clear Start Time test number is displayed.  
Day test number is displayed.  
Clear Start Time  
Day  
60 7  
60 8  
60 9  
Copy  
Copy test number is displayed.  
Unoccupied Start TIme 60 10 Unoccupied Start Time test number is displayed.  
System (select models) 60 11 System test number is displayed.  
Fan (select models)  
Set Current Day/Time  
Run Program  
60 12 Fan test number is displayed.  
60 14 Set Current Day/Time test number is displayed.  
60 15 Run Program test number is displayed.  
60 16 Temporary Occupied test number is displayed.  
60 17 Occupied Start Time test number is displayed.  
Temporary Occupied  
Occupied Start Time  
Continuous Unoccupied 60 19 Continuous Unoccupied test number is displayed.  
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NOTE: Before starting the program procedure, use Table 11  
Setting Keypad Lockout Switch (T7300 only)  
The DIP switch 1, on the thermostat back, activates the  
to organize the program schedule.  
lockout features. The switch must be set ON (up) to activate  
the lockout feature (see Fig. 17).  
Table 11. Occupied and Unoccupied Periods Start Times.  
Occupied Unoccupied Occupied Unoccupied  
NOTE: The factory setting is off (down).  
Day  
Period 1  
Period 1  
Period 2  
Period 2  
Monday  
If keypad lockout is desired:  
1
2
3
4
.
.
.
.
Remove the thermostat from the subbase.  
Set the switch to ON.  
Enter the Installer Setup.  
Select option 25 to choose the level of keypad lockout  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
(
see Table 7).  
5
.
Activate the lockout by setting option 40 to 1.  
ON  
1
Saturday  
Sunday  
2
1
2
1
DIP 1 IS ON  
2
DIP 2 IS NOT USED.  
M10235  
Setting Current Day/Time  
Press Set Current Day/Time.  
BACK OF THERMOSTAT  
1
.
Fig. 17. Set keypad lockout DIP switch 1.  
NOTE: On initial power up or after an extended power  
loss, the display flashes 1:00 pm until a key  
is pressed.  
PROGRAMMING  
Set Day/Time  
Set Current  
Day/Time  
The thermostat operates at the Unoccupied temperature  
setting unless the thermostat is programmed. Table 10 shows  
the default temperature settings. (The program has four):  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
Time/Temp  
Change  
PM  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp d  
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
M4951B  
Occupied heat.  
Occupied cool.  
Unoccupied heat.  
Unoccupied cool.  
2
.
Press Day until the current day is displayed.  
NOTE: Sun = Sunday, Mon = Monday, Tue = Tuesday,  
Wed = Wednesday, Thu = Thursday,  
Fri = Friday, Sat = Saturday.  
Table 10. Occupied and Unoccupied  
Default Temperature Settings.  
Set Day/Time  
Control  
Occupied Unoccupied  
70°F (21°C)  
78°F (26°C)  
Day  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Da
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Tue  
Heating  
Cooling  
55°F (13°C)  
90°F (32°C)  
Occupied  
Temporary  
Day/Time  
Set Current  
Start Time  
Clear  
Settings  
Heat/Cool  
Copy  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
M4952B  
The keyboard is located behind the thermostat cover. Up to  
sixteen keys are used to set, review and modify programmed  
times and temperature settings. The thermostat display shows  
day, time, program period and temperature.  
3. Press increase or decrease until the current time  
is displayed.  
NOTE: Tapping Set Current Day/Time changes the  
time in one hour increments.  
The thermostat can be set for two Occupied and two  
Unoccupied times for each day of the week (28 independent  
time settings). Temporary Occupied key provides quick  
temporary temperature changes for increased occupant  
comfort. The Continuous Unoccupied key provides energy  
efficient operation for extended periods of time.  
Set Day/Time  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Tue  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4953B  
4
.
Press Run Program.  
IMPORTANT  
To program the thermostat, 24 Vac is required (turn  
on system power). The keyboard lockout feature  
must be disabled by setting the DIP switch 1 on the  
back of the thermostat to the Off position.  
Run  
Program  
AM  
Room  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
m  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
System  
Heat  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
ool  
s
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Fan  
Auto  
M4954A  
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.
Press increase or decrease until the desired start  
time is displayed.  
Setting Program Times  
1
.
Press Occupied Start Time.  
Set ProgramStart Time  
Set Program  
erature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
NOTE: Anytime a start time is not required, press  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Wed  
UnOccupied 2  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Clear Start Time.  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
M4963A  
Set ProgramStart Time  
Occupied  
Start Time  
AM  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
 me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Copying a Day  
M4955A  
NOTE: The thermostat must be in program mode to use  
the copy feature. If the thermostat is already in the  
program mode, go to step 2.  
2
3
.
.
Press Day until the desired day is displayed.  
Set Day/Time  
Day  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
1. Press Occupied Start Time.  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Dy  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Tue  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Set ProgramStart Time  
M4952B  
Occupied  
Start Time  
AM  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
T me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
Unoccupied  
Continous  
System  
Fan  
Press increase or decrease until the desired start  
time is displayed.  
M4955A  
NOTE: The program times are in fifteen minute  
intervals. (Example: 8:00, 8:15, 8:30).  
2. Press Day to select the day to be copied if different from  
the day displayed.  
Set ProgramStart Time  
AM  
Set ProgramStart Time  
Set Program  
erature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
p ied  
AM  
Wed  
Occupied 1  
Day  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
Time/Temp  
Change  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Run  
Occupied  
Start Time  
Unoccupied  
Temp  
Occupied  
Temp  
Unoccupied  
Program  
Start Time  
Day  
Wed  
Occupied 1  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Occupied  
Temporary  
Day/Time  
Set Current  
Clear  
Start Time  
Settings  
Heat/Cool  
Copy  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4957A  
M4966A  
4
5
.
.
Press Occupied Start Time a second time to set a  
second Occupied Start Time.  
3
4
5
.
.
.
Press Copy.  
Set ProgramStart Time  
Copy  
Occupied  
Start Time  
Run  
Program  
Occupied SetU  
P
n
Start Time  
r
o
o
c
gc ru  
a
p
m
i
Occu  
S
p
e
i et dT emp Ue nr ao tc uc ru  
Temp  
pied  
e
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Start Time  
Day  
Temp  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Wed  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
i me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
ai rm e  
H
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
T
Copy  
S
e
Wed  
Occupied  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
2
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4967A  
M4958B  
Press Day until the day to be copied to is displayed.  
Press increase or decrease until the desired start  
time is displayed.  
Day  
Set ProgramStart Time  
Run  
Program  
Occupied SetU  
P
n
r
o
o
c
gc ru  
a
p
m
ied  
Occup  
S
e
i et dT emp Ue nr ao tc uc ru  
Temp  
pied  
e
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Start Time  
Start Time  
Day  
Temp  
Wed Thu  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
Continous  
Unoccupied  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
System  
Fan  
Wed  
Occupied 2  
T
Oe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
Un  
C
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4968A  
M4959A  
Press Copy.  
6
7
.
.
Press Unoccupied Start Time.  
NOTE: donE will be displayed for two seconds and  
then the program display is shown.  
Set ProgramStart Time  
Unoccupied  
Start Time  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa c
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Wed  
UnOccupied 1  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Copy  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
M4960A  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Cpy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Press increase or decrease until the desired start  
time is displayed.  
M4969A  
6
7
.
.
Repeat steps 3 through 5 for all the days desired.  
Press Run Program.  
Set ProgramStart Time  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
PM  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
T
Oe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Wed  
UnOccupied 1  
Un  
C
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Run  
Program  
AM  
Room  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
a
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
M4961A  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
System  
Heat  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Fan  
Auto  
8
.
Press Unoccupied Start Time a second time to set a  
M4954A  
second Unoccupied Start Time.  
Set Program Start Time  
Unoccupied  
Start Time  
Set rogram  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nto c t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Wed  
UnOccupied 2  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4962B  
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.
Press increase or decrease until the desired  
temperature is displayed.  
Setting Program Temperature Setpoints  
Set Program  
Setting  
NOTE: The setpoint temperature range is 40°F to 90°F  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
(
(
7°C to 31°C) for heating and 45°F to 99°F  
9°C to 37°C) for cooling.  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Cool  
T
Oe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
UnOccupied  
Un  
C
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4977B  
1
2
.
.
Press Occupied Temp.  
9
.
Press Run Program.  
Set Program  
Setting  
Occupied  
Temp  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Run  
Program  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
AM  
Heat  
Room  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Occupied  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
m  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
System  
Heat  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
ool  
s
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Fan  
M4970B  
Auto  
M4954A  
Press increase or decrease until the desired  
temperature is displayed.  
Clearing Program Start Times  
Set Program  
Setting  
1
.
Press Occupied Start Time or Unoccupied Start Time  
until the start time to be cleared is displayed.  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Heat  
Occupied  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Set ProgramStart Time  
M4971B  
Occupied  
Start Time  
AM  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
T ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
3
4
.
.
Press Heat/Cool Settings to change between heat and  
cool settings.  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
M4955A  
Set Program  
Setting  
2
.
Press Day until the desired day is displayed.  
Heat/Cool  
Settings  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Cool  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
S
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
Occupied  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Set Program Start Time  
Day  
AM  
M4972A  
Run  
Program  
Occupied SetU  
P
n
Start Time  
r
o
o
c
gc ru  
a
p
m
ied  
Occup  
S
e
i et dT emp Ue nr ao tc uc ru  
Temp  
pied  
e
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Start Time  
Day  
Temp  
T
Oe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
Un  
C
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Press increase or decrease until the desired  
temperature is displayed.  
M4978A  
Set Program  
Setting  
3
4
.
.
Press Clear Start Time.  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Cool  
Occupied  
Set Program Start Time  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
Clear  
Start Time  
rogram  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
 t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
M4973B  
Occupied  
Temporary  
Day/Time  
Set Current  
Start ime  
Clear  
Settings  
Heat/Cool  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
Copy  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
5
6
.
.
Press Unoccupied Temp.  
M4979B  
Set Program  
Setting  
Repeat steps 1 through 3 for all the start times to  
be cleared.  
Unoccupied  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
oT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Temp  
Heat  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
UnOccupied  
Unoccupied  
Continous  
System  
Fan  
5. Press Run Program.  
M4974B  
Run  
Program  
AM  
Room  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
System  
Heat  
Press increase or decrease until the desired  
temperature is displayed.  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Fan  
Auto  
M4954A  
Set Program  
Setting  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
p ied  
Heat  
T
Oe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
UnOccupied  
Temporary Occupied Override  
Un  
C
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4975B  
Setting Temperature Offset for Temporary Override  
7
.
Press Heat/Cool Settings to change between heat and  
cool settings.  
1
.
Press Occupied Temp.  
Setting  
Set Program  
Setting  
Occupied  
Temp  
Heat/Cool  
Settings  
Run  
Occupied SetU  
P
n
Start Time  
r
o
o
c
gc ru  
a
p
m
ied  
ccu  
S
p
e
i et dT emp Ue nr ao tc uc ru  
Temp  
pied  
e
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Program  
Start Time  
Day  
mp  
Wed  
Occupied  
Heat  
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
T
Oe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
ai rm e  
H
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
T
Copy  
S
e
Cool  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
Continous  
Unoccupied  
UnOccupied  
System  
Fan  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
M10231  
M4976B  
2
.
Press Temporary Occupied.  
Temporary  
Occupied  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
a
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
TOe cmc pu op ri y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
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.
.
Press increase or decrease until the desired  
temperature offset is displayed (range is 0°F to 5°F).  
2. Press increase or decrease to change the default  
setting, if desired.  
Setting  
Set Program  
erature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Run  
Program  
Occupied SetU  
P
n
Start Time  
r
o
o
c
gc ru  
a
p
m
ied  
Occup  
S
e
i et dT emp Ue nr ao tc uc ru  
Temp  
pied  
e
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
am  
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
p ied  
Start Time  
Day  
Temp  
Heat  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
at tt /i Cn g  
o
s
ol  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S
De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
u
ie  
s
d
System  
Fan  
M4981A  
M10232A  
Press Run Program.  
3. Press Heat/Cool Settings to change between heat and  
cool settings. Press increase or decrease to adjust  
the temperature settings.  
4. Press Run Program to cancel the Hold and return to the  
program.  
Run  
Program  
AM  
Room  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
p
Pr Ro g  
u
r
n
a
S
Ot ac cr t  
u
Tp ii me d  
e
U
S
nt oa cr t  
c
Tu ip  
m
ie  
e
d
Day  
O cT c  
e
u
mp pi ed  
UnoT  
c
e
c
mu pp ied  
Mon  
Occupied 1  
System  
Heat  
TOe cmc pu op ri ea dr y  
S De at yC / Tu ri mr e  
e
nt  
St aC r lt e  
T
ai rm e  
Copy  
H
S
e
e
s
at tt /i Cn go ol  
U
C
n
o
o
n
c
t
c
in  
u
o
p
us  
ie  
d
System  
Fan  
Fan  
Auto  
M4954A  
Run  
Program  
AM  
Room  
Set Program  
Set Temperature  
TiCm  
h
e
a/ Tn eg  
m
e
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