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3. Take note the letters printed near the wire terminals. Attach labels  
(enclosed) to each wire for identification by terminal letter, not color.  
4. Make sure the wires do not fall back inside the wall, and remove and  
label one wire at a time. Do not allow wires to touch each other or any  
parts of the thermostat.  
5. Loosen all screws on the old thermostat and/or base, and remove it from  
the wall.  
FRONT PANEL ITEMS  
SYSTEM MODE SWITCH:  
The MODE switch has three positions: HEAT, OFF, and COOL. In the winter,  
set the mode switch to HEAT to control your heating system; in the  
summer, set the switch to COOL to control your air conditioning. In the  
spring and fall, or when the windows are open, you can set the switch OFF.  
Complete, Easy To Read  
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS  
PSD011Wa and PSD022W  
C A U T I O N :  
Be careful not to drop the body or disturb any  
of the electronic parts.  
NOTE: When the system mode switch is in the OFF position, it is  
normal for the system's blower fan ("G" terminal if used) to still  
become activated depending upon the position of the FAN mode  
switch (see below).  
SYSTEM POWERED, NON-PROGRAMMABLE  
DIGITAL HEAT & COOL THERMOSTATS  
MOUNTING THE NEW THERMOSTAT:  
1. Strip insulation leaving 3/8 in. (9.5mm) of bare wire on the ends and  
clean off any corrosion present.  
2. Fill the wall opening with non-combustible insulation to prevent drafts  
from affecting the thermostat while in use.  
3. Pull your new thermostat apart by applying pressure to the thumb tab on  
the bottom edge of the unit. While pressure is being applied to this  
release latch, pull the two halves of the thermostat apart near the bottom  
edge.  
4. Hold the base against the wall. Route the wires through the larger hole  
adjacent to the terminal block. Position the base for best appearance (to  
hide any marks from an old thermostat). Attach the base to the wall  
with the two screws provided.  
52051  
LUX PRODUCTS CORPORATION  
Mt. Laurel, New Jersey 08054, USA  
FAN MODE SWITCH:  
The FAN switch has two positions: AUTO and ON.  
I M P O R T A N T !  
Please read all instructions carefully before beginning installation  
and save for future reference. Before removing any wiring from  
your existing thermostat, the wires must be labeled with their  
terminal designations. Ignore the color of the wires since they  
may not comply with any standard.  
In the AUTO position, the operation of the blower fan is determined only  
by the on/off cycling of the heating and cooling systems.  
When the FAN switch is in the ON position, the system's blower fan will  
be commanded ON, and remain ON while the FAN switch is in the ON  
position (this also includes when the System Mode Switch is in the OFF  
position).  
Thank you for your confidence in our product. You should become fully  
acquainted with this thermostat before installing it for usage. Follow the  
installation procedures carefully, and one step at a time. This will save you  
time and minimize the chance of damaging either the thermostat or the  
systems that it controls. These instructions may contain information  
beyond that required for your particular installation. Please save these  
instructions for future reference.  
NOTE: If you are mounting the base to a soft material like  
plasterboard, or if you are using the old mounting holes, the  
screws may not hold. Drill a 3/16-in (4.8mm) hole at each screw  
location, and insert the plastic anchors provided. Then mount the  
base as described below.  
NOTE: The FAN switch only works if your system provides a wire  
for the thermostat’s "G" terminal.  
PUSH BUTTONS:  
There are two push buttons to the right of the unit's display screen. These  
are used to adjust the set point temperature.  
CONNECTING THE WIRES:  
COMPATIBILITY  
5. Clean bare wire ends must be inserted between the black  
clamp plate and the brass terminal as shown here.  
6. Securely tighten all electrical terminal screws  
(even unused ones).  
• The single-stage PSD011Wa thermostat can be used with most 24 volt, 1  
stage heat and/or 1 stage cool: gas, oil, or electric heating and air  
conditioning systems, or single-stage heat pumps.  
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS  
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT:  
• The multi-stage PSD022W thermostat can be used with most 24 volt, 2  
stage heat and/or 2 stage cool: gas, oil, or electric heating and air  
conditioning systems, or single-stage heat pumps.  
While in HEAT or COOL mode, a single press on either the UP or DOWN  
button causes the word “SET” to appear on the screen. Once “SET” is  
present, the set temperature value starts flashing and the set point  
temperature can be altered by pressing either the UP or DOWN button once  
per degree of change, or by holding either button for at least two seconds  
to automatically increment the set point quickly in the associated direction.  
WIRING INFORMATION  
** Complete heating or cooling system wiring can be found in the WIRE  
IDENTIFICATION AND WIRING SCHEMATICS section of this instruction  
sheet. The schematics shown provide component information for brand  
new installations or for un-referenced wires.  
• These thermostats cannot be used to control 3-wire zone valves, gas  
Millivolt heating systems, multi-stage heat pumps, or 120/240 volt (line  
voltage) heating or cooling systems. Ask your dealer for other LUXPRO  
thermostats to control those systems.  
Based upon the relationship of the set temperature to the displayed  
ambient room temperature, the thermostat will engage either the W1  
terminal in heat mode or the Y1 terminal in cool mode, if a temperature  
demand is present.  
FEATURES  
SETUP OPTIONS  
A table similar to this one shown below is printed on the thermostat's  
circuit board. There may be minor differences present in some of the  
wording of your specific model, but the function of each option will be the  
same.  
Quick & Easy  
Temperature  
Change  
(For the PSD022W model only):  
If there is a large thermal demand present which is greater than the first  
stage of heating (W1) or cooling (Y1) can accommodate for, then a second  
stage of heating (W2) or cooling (Y2) will be activated. When the second  
stage of either heating or cooling becomes active, the word “AUX” will be  
shown on the display screen. There is approximately a 4 minute delay that  
is enforced between the activation of the first stage and the second stage  
of heating or cooling.  
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Buttons  
72  
UP  
DOWN  
Fan  
Slide  
Switch  
Large Easy to  
Read Backlit  
Display  
FAN  
DISPLAY ILLUMINATION:  
AUTO  
ON  
JP1 (SCALE)  
JP2 (FAN)  
JP3 (B / O)  
F
ELECT  
B
C
GAS  
O
Pressing either set temperature button will illuminate the display for easier  
viewing in dim light conditions. The light will remain on for approximately  
12 seconds. While the light is illuminated, pressing any of the three push  
buttons will continue the lighting and remain on for approximately 12 more  
seconds.  
Mode  
Slide  
Switch  
HEAT  
OFF  
COOL  
JUMPER SETTINGS:  
MINIMUM RUN/OFF TIME:  
There are three (3) headers (or jumpers) located inside the thermostat at  
the rear of the circuit board. These settings can be changed from their  
default values by removing its corresponding black jumper cap and  
reinstalling the cap so that it is positioned on the adjacent pair of metal  
pins. A change to ANY of the jumper settings will not be recognized until  
power to the thermostat is removed for at least 2 minutes, and then power  
is restored again. This can simply be accomplished by removing the  
thermostat from the wired back plate. Each of these jumpers changes a  
different setup option. The choices for these options are listed in a table  
printed on the circuit board, and are also printed adjacent to each  
individual setting jumper.  
This is determined by the thermostat, and controls the minimum length of  
time that the thermostat must remain with Heat or Cool either On or Off,  
before it will automatically switch to the alternate On or Off state. This  
feature prevents rapid or short cycling, and provides compressor  
protection for cooling equipment. The time amount for this delay is fixed at  
5 minutes between on or off load changes.  
LUXPRO  
Digital, Non-Programmable  
Gas / Electric Blower Fan Option  
System Powered Only  
Set Temperature Range 45°F to  
90°F  
Clean, Attractive Design  
Large, Easy To Read Display with  
LED Backlight  
Easy To Install  
F / C Selectable Temperature  
Display  
Fixed 5 Minute Minimum Run /  
Off Time For Compressor  
Protection  
User Adjustable Set Temperature  
Limit Stops (PSD011Wa Only)  
TEMPERATURE LIMIT STOPS (PSD011Ba ONLY):  
There are two independent set temperature stops: a Maximum Heat Set  
Temperature, and a Minimum Cool Set Temperature. Each of these  
temperature stops is user adjustable in one-degree increments. The heat  
limit stop prevents the set temperature from being adjusted higher than the  
heat limit setting. The cool limit stop prevents the set temperature from  
being adjusted lower than the cool limit setting.  
F
JP1 - FAHRENHEIT OR CELSIUS DISPLAY FORMAT:  
JP1  
This setting controls whether the temperature is shown in  
INSTALLATION  
degrees °F or °C on the LCD display screen.  
To set the heat and cool set temperature limit stops, always start with the  
system mode switch in the OFF position. Press and hold the UP key while  
sliding the mode switch from either OFF to HEAT (to adjust the maximum  
heat set temperature), or from OFF to COOL (to adjust the minimum cool  
set temperature). “Ht Lim” or “Cl Lim” will be displayed on the LCD screen  
while you are setting the heat or cool limits respectively. While in the  
adjustment mode for each of the temperature stops, use the UP and DOWN  
buttons to adjust the limit value, just as you would for adjusting the set  
temperature under normal operation. NOTE: If no buttons are pressed for  
4 seconds, the thermostat will accept the limit value that was on the  
screen, and return to normal operating mode, for the current mode switch  
position. Once, complete, you should return to the adjustment mode again  
for both heat and cool to confirm your desired settings for both  
temperature modes.  
PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING  
INSTALLATION.  
C
JP2 - GAS / ELECTRIC FAN OPERATION:  
This setting changes whether the system's blower fan (if  
ELECT  
C A U T I O N :  
applicable) is controlled by the thermostat in HEAT mode.  
Choose ELECTRIC if you have electric heating, and  
This thermostat is protected against normal static electric  
discharges. However, in extremely dry weather you should touch  
a grounded metal object before touching the thermostat to  
minimize the risk of causing damage to the unit.  
require the thermostat to control the fan. Choose GAS if  
GAS  
you have a gas heating system, this will allow the furnace  
itself to control the operation of the blower fan.  
JP2  
TOOLS REQUIRED:  
NOTE: If you have an Electric Heat system and the blower does  
not operate after installation, locate the "Gas/Electric" option  
jumper and ensure that it is in the "Electric" position.  
• #1 Phillips screwdriver (small - medium)  
• Drill with 3/16-in. (4.8mm) drill bit  
• Wire stripper/cutter  
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE  
C A U T I O N :  
JP3 - [B] OR [O] TERMINAL USAGE OPTION:  
Turn off electricity to the appliance before  
installing or servicing the thermostat or any part  
of the system. Do not turn the electricity back on  
until the work is completed.  
If you have any problems installing or using this thermostat, please  
carefully and thoroughly review the instruction manual. If you require  
assistance, please contact our Technical Assistance Department at  
856-234-8803 during regular business hours between 8:00AM and 4:30PM  
Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday. You can also receive  
technical assistance online anytime day or night at  
most common technical questions, and also permits you to email your  
questions to our technical support staff at your convenience.  
This setting determines how the thermostat will use the  
B
shared B/O terminal connection on the back plate. Choose  
the UP (B) position to have the B/O terminal powered  
while in heat mode, and un-powered while in cool and off  
JP3  
modes. Choose the DOWN (O) position to have the B/O  
terminal powered while in cool mode, and un-powered  
Your thermostat is a precision instrument. Please handle it with care.  
Do not short (jumper) across the electric terminals on either the  
furnace or air conditioner to test the system. This may damage the  
thermostat and void your warranty.  
while in heat and off modes.  
O
COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION  
All wiring must conform to all applicable local codes and ordinances.  
This thermostat should be limited to a maximum of 1.5 amps; higher  
current may cause damage to the thermostat.  
Once any optional jumper settings have been performed as described in the  
previous section, ensure that at least 2 minutes have passed since the  
thermostat has been last powered. Install your new thermostat onto its  
base. To do this, start with the bottom tilted out towards you at first, and  
line up the two holes in the top of the thermostat with the two hooks on  
the top of the back plate. Slowly pivot the bottom of the thermostat  
towards the back plate and push firmly on the bottom half of the  
thermostat until it is securely latched to the back plate. If the two  
thermostat halves do not latch easily, remove and try again. Do not  
attempt to force them together.  
WARRANTY  
Limited Warranty: If this unit fails because of defects in materials or  
workmanship within three years of the date of original purchase, LUX will,  
at its option, repair or replace it. This warranty does not cover damage by  
accident, misuse, or failure to follow installation instructions. Implied  
warranties are limited in duration to three years from the date of original  
purchase. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied  
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Please return  
malfunctioning or defective units to the location from which the purchase  
was made, along with proof of purchase. Please refer to "Technical  
ASSISTANCE" before returning thermostat. Purchaser assumes all risks  
and liability for incidental and consequential damage resulting from instal-  
lation and use of this unit. Some states do not allow the exclusion of  
incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply  
to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also  
have other rights which vary from state to state. Applicable in the U.S.A.  
and Canada only.  
THERMOSTAT LOCATION:  
On replacement installations, mount the new thermostat in place of the old  
one unless the conditions listed below suggest otherwise. On new instal-  
lations, follow the guidelines listed below.  
1. Locate the thermostat on an inside wall, at about 5 ft. (1.5m) above the  
floor, and in a room that is used often.  
2. Do not install it where there are unusual heating conditions, such as:  
direct sunlight, near a lamp, television, radiator, register, fireplace, on a  
wall opposite a stove, or that carries hot water pipes.  
3. Do not locate in unusual cooling conditions, such as: on a wall  
separating an unheated room, or in a draft from a stairwell, door, or  
window.  
NOTE: Before use, remove the plastic film (if present) that is  
protecting the LCD display screen.  
4. Do not locate where air circulation is poor, such as: in a corner or  
alcove, or behind an open door.  
Turn the electrical power back ON to both your heating and/or air  
conditioning systems. Verify that both systems (and the blower fan if used)  
are operating properly. When set to a high temperature, the heating  
system should provide warm air after a short time in Heat Mode. Likewise,  
a cooling system should provide cool air after a short time when set to a  
low temperature in Cool Mode. Usually, sound from the furnace and/or air  
conditioning units can be heard while either is running. If your system  
uses a blower fan, the rush of moving air should be heard within a short  
time after either has been started. Your installation is now complete.  
5. Do not locate in a damp area. This can lead to corrosion that may  
shorten thermostat life.  
6. Do not install the unit until all construction work and painting has been  
completed.  
REMOVING THE OLD THERMOSTAT:  
1. Switch OFF the electricity to both the furnace and air conditioner;  
then proceed with the following:  
2. Remove cover from old thermostat. Most are snap-on types and  
simply pull off, some have screws on the sides, and these must be  
loosened first.  
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(PSD011W, PSD011Wa, PSD022W) ENGLISH - WIRE IDENTIFICATION AND WIRING SCHEMATICS  
022*  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
ONLY  
COOLING ONLY SYSTEMS  
HEATING ONLY SYSTEMS  
TYPICAL 24 VOLT, HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS  
TYPICAL 24 VOLT  
(PSD022W)  
ONLY  
WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS  
HEATING ONLY SYSTEMS  
C
G
B* TC  
F
C
G
B* TC  
Provided Jumper REMOVED  
C
C
022  
*
Jumper INSTALLED  
022  
OPTIONAL  
F
*
G
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
W
H
4
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
OPTIONAL  
022  
022  
*
OPTIONAL  
Y2  
Y1  
*
C*  
R
6
Common #1  
System Common  
JUMPER  
INSTALLED  
JUMPER  
INSTALLED  
RH  
R
V
5
Common #2  
-
RH  
RC  
RH  
RC  
+
-
+
+
-
RC  
V
5
STAGE-2 STAGE-1  
STAGE-1 STAGE-2  
STAGE-2 STAGE-1  
SYSTEM  
BLOWER  
FAN  
COOL  
XFMR  
HEAT  
BLOWER  
FAN  
022  
022  
022  
*
B/O  
B/O  
XFMR  
*
XFMR  
*
HEATER  
A/C COMPRESSOR  
HEATER  
Chassis Ground  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
ONLY  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
ONLY  
TYPICAL 24 VOLT  
HEATING / COOLING SYSTEMS  
HEATING / COOLING SYSTEMS  
COOLING ONLY SYSTEMS  
WITH ONE TRANSFORMER  
WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS  
TYPICAL 24 VOLT, SINGLE-STAGE  
HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS  
Jumper INSTALLED  
022  
*
“Customer Supplied”  
Jumper ADDED  
C
G
B* TC  
F
C
B* TC  
F
Jumper INSTALLED  
C
G
C
022  
*
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
G
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
R
W
H
4
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
RH  
W
H
4
W1  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
OPTIONAL  
OPTIONAL  
OPTIONAL  
OPTIONAL  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
022  
022  
*
*
System Common  
Y
C*  
V
6
5
Y
R
R
C*  
V
6
PROVIDED  
JUMPER  
System Common  
JUMPER  
INSTALLED  
RH RC  
REMOVED  
RH  
RC  
RH  
RC  
+
-
+
-
RC  
5
STAGE-1 STAGE-2  
SYSTEM  
XFMR  
BLOWER  
FAN  
SINGLE STAGE  
HEAT PUMP  
COMPRESSOR  
022  
*
REVERSING SYSTEM  
VALVE XFMR  
BLOWER  
FAN  
B/O  
B/O  
A/C COMPRESSOR  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
ONLY  
WIRING DIAGRAM NOTES:  
1. The BOLD lines are what you should be connecting to the terminals on this new  
thermostat.  
TYPICAL 24 VOLT, HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS  
WITH ONE TRANSFORMER  
TYPICAL SINGLE STAGE HEAT PUMP WIRING  
022  
Jumper INSTALLED  
*
C
G
B* TC  
F
2. The DASHED lines are optional depending upon your system type.  
C
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
“CUSTOMER SUPPLIED”  
JUMPER  
G
3. In many cases, the thin lines shown as “SYSTEM COMMON” will not be visible at  
the thermostat location, they are located with your heating and cooling equipment.  
ADDED  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
022*  
4. For Heat Pumps, use the “B” or “O” wire, NOT BOTH. Typically neither are used  
in a conventional system.  
(PSD022W)  
022  
*
ONLY  
System Common  
Y
R
C*  
6
5. If “Y” and “C” wires are both present, then “C” is a common wire.  
JUMPER  
INSTALLED  
RC RH  
V
5
RH  
RC  
6. If you have a “B” wire in your system which is used as a common wire,  
connecting it to the “B/O” terminal on this thermostat may damage your system  
and/or the thermostat.  
+
-
STAGE-1 STAGE-2  
STAGE-2 STAGE-1  
SYSTEM  
XFMR  
BLOWER  
FAN  
022  
*
022  
*
OPTIONAL  
O
B
B/O  
A/C COMPRESSOR  
HEATER  
(PSD011W, PSD011Wa, PSD022W) FRANÇAIS – IDENTIFICATION DES FILS ET SCHÉMAS DE CÂBLAGE  
022*  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
SEULEMENT  
SYSTÈMES DE  
SYSTÈMES DE  
SYSTÈMES DE CHAUFFAGE ET DE REFROIDISSEMENT  
TYPIQUES DE 24 VOLTS AVEC DEUX TRANSFORMATEURS  
SYSTÈMES DE CHAUFFAGE  
(PSD022W)  
SEULEMENT  
CHAUFFAGE SEULEMENT  
REFROIDISSEMENT SEULEMENT  
TYPIQUE DE 24 VOLTS SEULEMENT  
Cavalier fourni RETIRÉ  
022  
C
B* TC  
F
C
G
B* TC  
F
Cavalier INSTALLÉ  
022  
*
C
C
*
OPTIONNEL  
G
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
W
R
H
4
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
OPTIONNEL  
022  
022  
OPTIONNEL  
*
Y2  
Y1  
*
Commun n° 1  
Système commun  
C*  
R
6
CAVALIER  
Commun n° 2  
CAVALIER  
RH  
V
5
+
INSTALLÉ RH  
-
INSTALLÉ RH  
+
+
-
-
ÉTAGE-2  
ÉTAGE-1  
ÉTAGE-1 ÉTAGE-2  
ÉTAGE-2 ÉTAGE-1  
RC  
V
5
RC  
VENTILATEUR  
SOUFFLANT  
RC  
SYSTÈME  
XFMR  
022  
REFROIDISSEMENT  
XFMR  
CHAUFFAGE  
XFMR  
VENTILATEUR  
SOUFFLANT  
*
022  
022  
RADIATEUR  
*
*
B/O  
RADIATEUR  
B/O  
COMPRESSEUR  
DE CLIMATISATION  
SYSTÈMES DE REFROIDISSEMENT  
TYPIQUE DE 24 VOLTS SEULEMENT  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
SEULEMENT  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
SEULEMENT  
Châssis mis à la terre  
SYSTÈME DE CHAUFFAGE /  
REFROIDISSEMENT  
AVEC UN SEUL TRANSFORMATEUR  
SYSTÈME DE CHAUFFAGE /  
REFROIDISSEMENT  
AVEC DEUX TRANSFORMATEURS  
SYSTÈMES DE POMPE À CHALEUR  
Cavalier INSTALLÉ  
022  
*
TYPIQUES À UN ÉTAGE, 24 VOLTS  
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
C
G
B* TC  
F
Cavalier INSTALLÉ  
C
B* TC  
F
022  
C
C
*
G
G
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
R
W
H
4
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
RH  
W
H
4
W1  
W2  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
OPTIONNEL  
OPTIONNEL  
OPTIONNEL  
OPTIONNEL  
Système commun  
022  
022  
*
*
Y2  
Y1  
Y
C*  
V
6
5
Y
R
R
C*  
V
6
CAVALIER  
FOURNI  
Système commun  
+
-
CAVALIER  
RH RC  
ÉTAGE-1  
ÉTAGE-2  
RETIRÉ  
INSTALLÉ RH  
RH  
RC  
VENTILATEUR  
SOUFFLANT  
SYSTÈME  
XFMR  
+
022  
-
RC  
5
*
RC  
COMPRESSEUR  
DE POMPE À CHALEUR  
À UN ÉTAGE  
COMPRESSEUR  
ROBINET  
INVERSEUR  
SYSTÈME  
XFMR  
VENTILATEUR  
SOUFFLANT  
DE CLIMATISATION  
B/O  
B/O  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
SEULEMENT  
SYSTÈMES DE CHAUFFAGE ET DE REFROIDISSEMENT  
TYPIQUES DE 24 VOLTS AVEC UN TRANSFORMATEUR  
REMARQUES AU SUJET DES SCHÉMAS DE BRANCHEMENT :  
1. Les lignes en GRAS représentent les fils que vous devriez connecter aux bornes de  
ce nouveau thermostat.  
FILS DE POMPE À CHALEUR À UN ÉTAGE TYPIQUE  
022  
Cavalier INSTALLÉ  
*
C
G
B* TC  
F
2. Les traits TIRÉS sont optionnels d’après le type de votre système.  
C
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
3. Dans de nombreux cas, les lignes minces marquées « SYSTÈME COMMUN » ne  
seront pas visibles où le thermostat se trouve, car elles se trouvent avec les  
appareils de chauffage et de climatisation.  
CAVALIER AJOUTÉ  
« FOURNI PAR LE CLIENT » W1  
022*  
(PSD022W)  
SEULEMENT  
W2  
022  
*
Système commun  
Y2  
4. Pour les pompes à chaleur, utilisez le fil « B » ou le fil « O », MAIS PAS LES DEUX.  
Ceux-ci ne sont habituellement pas utilisés pour les systèmes traditionnels.  
Y
R
C*  
6
Y1  
CAVALIER  
+
RC RH  
V
5
-
5. Si « Y » et « C » sont tous les deux présents, alors « C » est un fil commun.  
INSTALLÉ  
RH  
RC  
ÉTAGE-1 ÉTAGE-2  
ÉTAGE-2 ÉTAGE-1  
SYSTÈME  
XFMR  
VENTILATEUR  
SOUFFLANT  
022  
022  
6. Si un fil « B » de votre système est un fil commun, le connecter à la borne  
« B/O » du thermostat pourrait endommager votre système et/ou le thermostat.  
*
*
RADIATEUR  
OPTIONNEL  
O
B
COMPRESSEUR  
B/O  
DE CLIMATISATION  
(PSD011W, PSD011Wa, PSD022W) ESPAÑOL – IDENTIFICACION DE CABLES Y DIAGRAMAS DE CABLEADO  
SISTEMAS EXCLUSIVOS  
DE CALEFACCIÓN  
SISTEMAS EXCLUSIVOS  
DE ENFRIAMIENTO  
022*  
022*  
SÓLO  
(PSD022W)  
SISTEMAS TÍPICOS DE CALEFACCIÓN Y ENFRIAMIENTO  
SISTEMAS TÍPICOS EXCLUSIVOS  
DE CALEFACCIÓN DE 24 VOLTIOS  
DE 24 VOLTIOS CON DOS TRANSFORMADORES  
SÓLO  
(PSD022W)  
C
B* TC  
F
C
G
B* TC  
F
C
022  
Puente Proporcionado RETIRADO  
C
Puente INSTALADO  
*
022  
OPCIONAL  
*
G
G
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
W
H
4
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
OPCIONAL  
022  
022  
OPCIONAL  
*
Y2  
Y1  
*
C*  
R
6
Sistema Común  
Común #1  
PUENTE  
INSTALADO  
PUENTE  
INSTALADO  
RH  
R
V
5
Común #2  
RH  
RC  
RH  
RC  
+
-
+
+
-
-
RC  
V
5
DOS FASES UNA FASE  
UNA FASE DOS FASES DOS FASES UNA FASE  
SISTEMA  
VENTILADOR  
022  
ENFRIAMIENTO  
XFMR  
CALEFACCIÓN  
XFMR  
XFMR  
*
022  
022  
VENTILADOR  
B/O  
B/O  
*
*
CALENTADOR  
COMPRESOR DE  
CALENTADOR  
AIRE ACONDICIONADO  
Tierra del chasis  
SISTEMAS TÍPICOS EXCLUSIVOS  
DE ENFRIAMIENTO DE 24 VOLTIOS  
022*  
SÓLO  
(PSD022W)  
022*  
SÓLO  
SISTEMAS DE CALEFACCIÓN/ENFRIAMIENTO  
SISTEMAS DE CALEFACCIÓN/ENFRIAMIENTO  
CON UN TRANSFORMADOR  
CON DOS TRANSFORMADORES  
SISTEMAS TÍPICOS DE BOMBAS DE CALOR  
DE UNA SOLA FASE DE 24 VOLTIOS  
Puente INSTALADO  
022  
*
(PSD022W)  
C
G
B* TC  
F
C
B* TC  
F
C
C
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
Puente INSTALADO  
022  
*
G
G
G
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
R
W
H
4
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
RH  
W
H
4
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
OPCIONAL  
OPCIONAL  
OPCIONAL  
OPCIONAL  
022  
022  
*
*
Sistema Común  
Y
C*  
V
6
5
Y
R
R
C*  
V
6
PUENTE  
PROPORCIONADOY1  
Sistema Común  
PUENTE  
INSTALADO  
+
RH RC  
-
RETIRADO  
RH  
RH  
RC  
UNA FASE DOS FASES  
RC  
5
SISTEMA  
XFMR  
+
022  
*
VENTILADOR  
-
RC  
COMPRESOR DE  
COMPRESOR DE  
BOMBA DE CALOR  
DE UNA SOLA FASE  
VÁLVULA  
DE INVERSIÓN  
SISTEMA  
XFMR  
B/O  
AIRE ACONDICIONADO  
B/O  
VENTILADOR  
SISTEMAS TÍPICOS DE CALEFACCIÓN Y ENFRIAMIENTO  
DE 24 VOLTIOS CON UN TRANSFORMADOR  
022*  
SÓLO  
(PSD022W)  
COMENTARIOS SOBRE LOS DIAGRAMAS DE CABLEADO:  
1. Las líneas RESALTADAS son las que debe conectar a los terminales de este  
nuevo termostato.  
CABLES DE UNA BOMBA DE CALOR DE UNA SOLA FASE TÍPICA  
Puente INSTALADO  
022  
*
C
G
B* TC  
F
C
2. Las líneas ENTRECORTADAS son opcionales de acuerdo con su tipo de sistema.  
B/O RC RH Y1 Y2 W2 W1  
G
C
PUENTE  
G
3. En muchos casos, las líneas delgadas, que se indican como “SISTEMA COMUN”,  
no se pueden ver en el termostato porque se encuentran en su equipo de  
calefacción y refrigeración.  
"PROVISTO POR EL CLIENTE"  
INCLUIDO  
W1  
W2  
Y2  
Y1  
022  
022*  
SÓLO  
(PSD022W)  
*
4. Para las bombas de calor, use el alambre “B” u “O”, NO AMBOS. Generalmente  
no se utiliza ninguno en un sistema convencional.  
5. Si hay un alambre “Y” y un alambre “C”, el común será el alambre “C”.  
Sistema Común  
Y
R
C*  
6
PUENTE  
RC RH  
V
5
+
-
RH  
RC  
INSTALADO  
UNA FASE DOS FASES DOS FASES UNA FASE  
6. Si un alambre “B” en su sistema se utiliza como alambre común, entonces  
conectarlo al terminal "B/O" del terminal del termostato puede causar daños a su  
sistema y/o al termostato.  
SISTEMA  
XFMR  
022  
022  
VENTILADOR  
*
*
OPCIONAL  
COMPRESOR DE  
CALENTADOR  
O
B
B/O  
AIRE ACONDICIONADO  

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