Hunter Fan 40080 Thermostat User Manual

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nals to the Hunter terminals. Ignore the color of the wires,  
as they do not always match the standard.  
auxilliary heat strips will be activated for use as emergency heat  
strips. See operation chart.  
System Operation and Thermostat Check  
Use the chart to check all functions of your thermostat. It ex-  
plains the operation of your thermostat with the switches in vari-  
ous positions. After checking, your thermostat is now ready for  
operation. Set system to desired operations. Set thermostat  
temperature lever to the room temperature. It takes at least  
one hour after the room temperature has reached the thermo-  
stat setting for all sensors to stabilize.  
NOTE: In heat pump applications, time delays are involved  
before the compressor can be activated to prevent short cy-  
cling. The delays are provided by a minimum time off timer in  
the heat pump unit which prevents the compressor from start-  
ing for up to 5 minutes from when the thermostat last turned the  
compressor off, or from the time the system first received power.  
For technical support, contact us at 888-830-1326.  
Installation of  
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Hunter Heat Pump Thermostat  
Attaching Thermostat to Wall  
Heating Anticipation  
Model 40080  
1
.
Pull about 4 inches of thermostat wire through the wall open-  
ing and lead through the large opening near the center of  
the thermostat.  
This thermostat is equipped with fixed anticipators for stage  
one heat and cooling which do not require adjustment. Stage 2  
(or AUXilliary) heat has an adjustable anticipator.  
Additional adjustments, if necessary, may be made as follows:  
Heat cycles too long - Set adjustable heater to a slightly lower  
dial setting (1/2 division).  
Specifications  
2
.
Attach the thermostat directly to the wall with screws and  
anchors provided or to a standard horizontal outlet box us-  
ing the two elongated mounting holes.  
Thermal Data  
Temperature Range:  
Differential:  
50°F to 90°F (10°C to 32°C)  
Stage 1 Heat - 1 1/4°F  
Stage 2 Heat - 0.1 to 1.2 Amps  
Cooling - .2 to 1.0 Amp  
3. Level the thermostat. Use a level placed on top of the ther-  
mostat for best results. Minor adjustments can be made  
using the elongated holes. Securely tighten mounting  
screws.  
Heat cycles too short - Set adjustable heater to a slightly higher  
dial setting (1/2 division).  
Electrical Data  
Operation and System Check  
The chart shows the different system functions with switches in  
various positions. Some models may not have certain system  
functions.  
Switch Rating:  
24 volts A.C. (30 VAC max.)  
Stage 1 Heat - .2 to 1.2 Amps  
Stage 2 Heat - 0.1 to 1.2 Amps  
Cooling - .2 to 1.0 Amps  
Sealed Mercury Switches  
Stage 1 Heat & Cool - SPDT  
Stage 2 Heat - SPST  
Stage 1 Heat - 24 volts A.C. fixed  
Stage 2 Heat - 0.1 to 1.2 Amps adjustable  
Cooling - 24 volts A.C. fixed  
IMPORTANT: This thermostat was calibrated at true level.  
Any inaccuracy in level will cause control point deviation.  
Care must be taken to mount the thermostat in a true level  
position.  
SwitchAction:  
SWITCH POSITIONS  
SYSTEM FUNCTION  
SYSTEM  
Off  
Emer Heat  
FAN  
Fan  
Rev  
Compr. Aux  
Em e r  
Heat  
Aux  
Cool  
Heat  
Norm  
Emer  
Auto  
On  
Relay  
Valve Contact Heat  
Light  
COMPONENT OPERATION  
Disposal Information  
Anticipator Rating:  
This product contains mercury in a sealed tube. DO NOT place  
this control in the trash at the end of its useful life.  
If this product is replacing a control that contains mercury, DO  
NOT place the old product in the trash.  
No Heating, No Cooling, No Fan, No Lights.  
Cooling Mode - Compressor contactor and fan relay cycle from  
thermostat.  
Safety  
O
B
B
B
B
This thermostat is a precision instrument, and should be handled  
carefully. Rough handling or distorting components could cause  
the control to malfunction.  
Contact your local waste management authority for instructions  
regarding recycling and the proper disposal of this product, or  
of and for any old control containing mercury in a sealed tube.  
Heat Mode - Stage 1 Only - Compressor contactor and fan relay cycle  
from thermostat.  
CAUTION: To prevent electrical shock and/or equipment dam-  
age, disconnect electric power to system, at main fuse or circuit  
breaker box, until installation is complete.  
Attaching Thermostat Wire  
Heat Mode - Both Stages - Compressor contactor, fan relay, auxiliary  
heat relays, and aux. light on.  
1
.
.
Strip wires 1/4 inch.  
WARNING: Do not use on circuits exceeding 30 volts. Higher  
voltage will damage control - could cause shock or fire hazard.  
Do not exceed the specification ratings.  
2
Raise levers on terminal block. (Accepts 16 awg. stranded,  
Emergency Heat Mode - Stage 1 Only - Fan and emergency heat relay  
energized. Compressor locked out at thermostat. Emer. light on.  
1
8-24 awg. sold or stranded)  
3
4
.
.
Place leads into hole in terminal block under appropriate  
terminal designation on circuit board and tightly close lever  
by pushing downward. (Refer to wiring diagrams for proper  
system hook-up.)  
Emer. Heat Mode - Both Stages - Fan, emergency heat, and auxiliary  
heat relays energized. Compressor locked out at thermostat. Emer.  
and aux. lights on.  
Installation  
1
2
3
.
.
.
Remove the thermostat cover by carefully pulling outward  
until it snaps free.  
Push excess wire into wall or outlet box and plug up the  
hole to preven drafts from affecting thermostat operation.  
Fan runs continuously regardless of systemsw itch position.  
Carefully remove and discard any packing which protects  
the thermometer and the mercury switches during shipment.  
If a thermostat is being replaced and it is in a satisfactory  
location and the wiring is in good condition, use the exist-  
ing wiring. If in doubt, have an electrician or HVAC profes-  
sional replace the wiring.  
Show s Position of Sw itch and System Function in Operation  
This System Function w ill operate if jumper from Eto W2 is connected. (Optional)  
Reversing valve energized if connected to "O" terminal  
Reversing valve energized if connected to "B" terminal  
O
B
Wiring Diagram  
Failure to read and follow all instructions carefully, before in-  
stalling or operating this thermostat, could cause personal in-  
jury and/or property damage.  
Wiring Chart and Diagram  
4
.
If replacing an existing thermostat, place enclosed wire la-  
bels on each wire to match the terminals on the old thermo-  
stat. Refer to the wiring chart to help match the old termi-  
Use the chart below to match the wires on your current system or thermostat. Most heat pumps will have connections like one of these.  
NOTE: Remove the factory installed jumper if your heat pump has separate wires for E and W2.  
NOTE: The “Y” terminal activates the compressor contactor for  
first stage HEAT and first stage COOL.  
The changeover relay valve is activated in either the COOLING  
or the HEATING mode on all models. By connecting the relay  
to the “0” terminal, the relay is activated by moving the system  
switch to COOL. By connecting the relay to the “B” terminal the  
relay is activated by moving the system to HEAT. Check your  
owners manual for the appropriate connection for your system.  
Common wire “X” must be connected for proper operation.  
GREEN LIGHT (AUXiliary HEAT) - This light indicates auxiliary  
heaters are assisting the heat pump in normal system opera-  
tion. The aux. light will cycle with second stage heat in either  
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R
Y
Lennox (1) Lennox (2)  
Two Mounting Holes  
R
Y
O
B
G
E
24 VAC  
Compressor  
Reversing valve - Cool  
Reversing valve - Heat  
Fan  
R
Y or Y1  
O
R
Y
R
Y
O
R
Y
O
R
Y
R
Y
O
R
Y
V-VR  
M
Thermostat Cable Opening  
O
O
R
B
G
E
B
G
E
W2  
X
G
E
G
G
E
W2  
G
G
G
E
W1  
C
F
E
Y
X
Emergency Heat  
jumper to W2  
jumper to W2 jumper to W2  
W2 Auxillary Heat  
Common  
W2  
C
W2  
X
W1  
C
W-U  
B
W
B
X
C, C1, X1  
Note: W2 & X  
w ires no  
connection  
Note: X2 & T  
w ires no  
connection  
NORMal HEAT” or “EMERgency HEAT” switch positions.  
RED LIGHT (EMERgency HEAT) - This light will glow when the  
emergency heat switch has been moved to the “EMER HEAT”  
position. DO NOT use this switch for normal heating opera-  
tions. The switch will bring on electric or gas auxilliary heat and  
at the same time prevent the heat pump from operating.  
With a jumper installed between “E” and “W2” terminals the  
Flip-up Lever Terminal Block  
Adjustment Second Stage  
Lever Heat Anticipation  
Hunter Fan Company  
2
500 Frisco Avenue  
Memphis, Tennessee 38114  
41591-01 11/14/2002  
©
2002 Hunter Fan Company  

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