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PSP722E  
52026  
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LUXPRO EVERYTHINGSTAT PSP722E  
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS  
1.  
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
COMPATIBILITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
HEAT STAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
COOLING/COMPRESSOR STAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
ELECTRICAL RATINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
TOOLS REQUIRED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
LOCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
REMOVAL OF OLD UNIT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
MOUNTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
WIRING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
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4.1.4 MODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11  
4.1.5 DISPLAY ILLUMINATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12  
2.  
2.1.  
2.2.  
2.3.  
3.  
4.2.  
USER SETUP MENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12  
4.2.1 ACCESS AND NAVIGATE USER SETUP MENU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12  
4.2.2 KEYBOARD LOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12  
4.2.3 BEEP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12  
4.2.4 TEMPERATURE DISPLAY FORMAT (F/C DISPLAY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.2.5 CLOCK FORMAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.2.6 CALIBRATION OFFSET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.2.7 MAXIMUM HEAT SETTING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.2.8 MINIMUM COOL SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.2.9 SMART RECOVERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.2.10 FILTER LIMIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.2.11 USER SETUP MENU: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
3.1.  
3.2.  
3.3.  
3.4.  
3.5.  
3.5.1 TERMINAL DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.5.2 FREEZE PROTECTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.5.3 SPECIAL WIRING NOTES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.5.4 COMMON WIRING OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.5.5 SINGLE STAGE HEATING SYSTEMS LABEL CROSS REFERENCE. . . . .  
3.5.6 SINGLE STAGE COOLING SYSTEMS LABEL CROSS REFERENCE . . . .  
3.5.7 SINGLE STAGE FURNACE HEATING AND SINGLE STAGE  
4.3.  
ADVANCED FEATURES AND OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.3.1 EMERGENCY HEAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.3.2 FAN MODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13  
4.3.3 VACATION HOLD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  
4.3.4 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ADJUSTMENT (DST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  
4.3.5 AIR FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  
4.3.6 ENERGY USAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  
4.3.7 FUTURE OUTDOOR SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  
4.3.8 FUTURE REMOTE INDOOR SENSORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  
4.3.9 RESET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14  
COOLING SYSTEM LABEL CROSS REFERENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.5.8 TWO STAGE HEAT, SINGLE STAGE COOL HEAT PUMP SYSTEM  
LABEL CROSS REFERENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.5.9 WIRING DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
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3.6.  
3.7.  
INSTALL BATTERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
INSTALLER SETUP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.7.1 ACCESS AND NAVIGATE INSTALLER SETUP MENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
3.7.2 INSTALLER SETUP MENU WITH  
4.4.  
PROGRAMMING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15  
4.4.1 WEEKDAY TEMPERATURE PROGRAMMING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15  
4.4.2 WEEKDAY FAN PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15  
4.4.3 WEEKEND PROGRAMMING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15  
4.4.4 COPY PROGRAMMING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16  
FURNACE SYSTEM TYPE SELECTED: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10  
3.7.3 INSTALLER SETUP MENU WITH HEAT  
PUMP SYSTEM TYPE SELECTED. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10  
3.7.4 COMPLETING YOUR INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11  
5.  
BATTERIES/MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16  
BATTERY INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16  
TECHNICAL DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16  
STAGING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16  
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16  
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16  
4.  
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11  
OPERATING BASICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11  
5.1.  
6.  
4.1.  
4.1.1 UP/DOWN ARROW CHANGE KEYS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11  
4.1.2 SET DAY AND TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11  
4.1.3 DEFAULT PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11  
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8.  
WARNING: Use Energizer® or DURACELL® Alkaline Batteries Only.  
Energizer® is a registered trademark of Eveready Battery Company, Inc.  
DURACELL® is a registered trademark of The Gillette Company, Inc.  
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LARGE HYBRID DISPLAY  
WITH ELECTRO-LUMINESCENT  
DISPLAY BACKLIGHT  
UP  
DOWN  
IAQ  
INDEPENDENTLY  
PROGRAMMABLE  
FAN  
EASY  
PROGRAMMING  
WITH  
MENU DRIVEN  
SETUP  
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LUX SPEED DIAL  
PSP722E  
1. FEATURES  
Cycle Rate  
Programmable Length Minimum Run Time  
Programmable Auto-Changeover Dead-Band  
Programmable Fan Delays For Heat, Cool, In Both  
On And Off  
Universal Compatibility  
Controls Up To 2 Stages Of Heat And 2 Stages Of  
Cooling + Auxiliary and Emergency Heat  
Large Hybrid Display  
2. COMPATIBILITY  
Auxiliary and Emergency Heat Indicators  
Electro-luminescent Display Backlight  
Clean Cycle® (Patent No. 6,988,671)  
Independently Programmable Fan  
7 Day Programming  
Your PSP722E is compatible with most 24 volt gas, oil,  
or electrical Heating and/or Cooling systems. It cannot be  
used with 120 volt heating systems. Ask your dealer for  
other LUXPRO thermostats to control those systems.  
Default ENERGY STAR Approved Program  
4 Periods Per Day  
2.1. HEAT STAGES  
The PSP722E is capable of controlling systems with up  
to two stages of heat in furnace mode. In heat pump  
mode, the thermostat can be configured to control up to  
two stages of compressor driven heat plus auxiliary and  
emergency heat stages.  
Temporary Override  
Temperature Hold  
Optional Smart Recovery  
ENERGY STAR Compliant  
Programmable Filter Timer With Change  
Filter Indicator  
NOTE: AUX HEAT ACTIVATION IS PROVIDED AT  
TERMINAL W1  
Energy Usage Monitor  
2.2. COOLING/COMPRESSOR STAGES  
The PSP722E is capable of controlling systems with up  
to two stages of cooling.  
F/C Temperature Display  
12/24 Hour Clock  
Easy Programming with LUX Speed Dial®  
Advanced Copy Function For Fast Easy Programming  
Nonvolatile Memory For All Programs And Settings  
Daylight Saving Button  
2.3. ELECTRICAL RATINGS  
30V maximum (24VAC nominal)  
1.5A maximum per terminal  
Multimode Keyboard Lockout With User  
Programmable 3 Digit Code  
2.0A terminal sum  
3. INSTALLATION  
Programmable High And Low Setting Limits  
Silence-able Audible Button Response  
Menu Driven Setup Done From The Front Panel  
Temperature Offset (User Calibration)  
Dual Power Capable (System/Battery)  
Multi-Stage Adjustable Temperature Differential /  
3.1. TOOLS REQUIRED  
#1 Phillips screwdriver (small)  
Drill with 3/16-in. (4.8mm) bit  
Wire stripper/cutter  
3.2. LOCATION  
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On replacement installations, mount the new thermostat  
in place of the old one unless the conditions listed below  
suggest otherwise. On new installations, follow the  
guidelines listed below.  
Route the wires through the open areas in the base  
plate above the terminals. Hold the base against the wall,  
with the wires coming through. Position the base for the  
best appearance (to hide any marks from an old thermo-  
stat). Attach the base to the wall with the two screws pro-  
vided.  
Do not locate in a damp area. This can lead to corro-  
sion that will shorten thermostat life.  
Do not locate where air circulation is poor, such as in a 3.5. WIRING  
corner or an alcove; or behind an open door.  
3.5.1 TERMINAL DEFINITIONS  
Do Locate the thermostat on an inside wall, about 5 ft.  
Terminal Definition  
(1.5m) above the floor, and in a room that is used often.  
1
2
G
O
Fan  
Do not install it where there are unusual heating condi-  
Cooling Mode  
tions, such as: in direct sunlight; near a lamp, radio, tele-  
vision, radiator, register, or fireplace; near hot water pipes  
in a wall; near a stove on the other side of a wall.  
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Y2  
Y1  
RC  
C
Second stage cool  
4
First stage cool  
5
Cooling power source (transformer +)  
Common, system power -  
Heating power source (transformer +)  
First stage heat  
Do not locate in unusual cooling conditions, such as:  
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on a wall separating an unheated room; or in a draft from  
a stairwell, door, or window.  
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RH  
W1  
W2  
E
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Do not install the unit until all construction work and  
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Second stage heat  
Emergency heat/Freeze protection  
Heating Mode  
Future Indoor temperature input -  
Future Indoor temperature input +  
Future Outdoor temperature sensor  
input (a)  
painting has been completed.  
10  
11  
12  
13  
14  
3.3. REMOVAL OF OLD UNIT  
B
CAUTION: Read instructions carefully before removing any  
wiring from existing thermostat. Wires must be labeled  
before they are removed. When removing wires from their  
terminals, ignore the color of the wires since they may not  
comply with any standard.  
TC  
T
OT  
15  
OT  
Future Outdoor temperature sensor  
input (b)  
Switch electricity to the furnace and air conditioner  
OFF; then proceed with the following steps.  
Remove cover from old thermostat. Most are snap-on  
1.  
G
The fan terminal is live at any time the  
types and simply pull off. Some have locking screws on  
the on the side. These must be loosened.  
thermostat attempts to turn the system fan or  
blower on.  
Note the letters printed near the terminals. Attach  
2.  
O This terminal is live at any time the unit is  
labels (enclosed) to each wire for identification. Label and  
remove wires one at a time. Make sure the wires do not  
fall back inside the wall.  
in Cool mode.  
3. Y2 Activation of this terminal signifies that the  
thermostat is calling for a second stage of cooling.  
This terminal will remain inactive unless a second  
stage compressor has been specified in the  
installer setup menu.  
Loosen all screws on the old thermostat and remove it  
from the wall.  
3.4. MOUNTING  
CAUTION: Be careful not to drop the unit or disturb electronic  
4. Y1 Activation of this terminal signifies that the  
thermostat is calling for a first compressor stage.  
This terminal will remain inactive unless at least  
one compressor stage has been specified in the  
installer setup menu.  
parts.  
Strip insulation 3/8 in. (9.5mm) from wire ends and  
clean off any corrosion.  
Fill wall opening with non-combustible insulation to  
prevent drafts from affecting the thermostat.  
5. RC This terminal provides power to the cooling  
and fan terminals.  
With each thumb on a release tab at the bottom of the  
body, and fingers over the top of the unit. Release the  
unit from its base plate by squeezing the tabs into the  
body.  
6.  
C
Use of this terminal allows the unit to be  
system powered rather than battery powered. Note  
that the display backlight is battery powered only.  
Separate the unit from its base plate by pulling the  
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RH This terminal provides power to the heating  
body outward from the bottom.  
terminals.  
8. W1 This terminal is active when the thermostat  
is calling for the first available stage of furnace or  
electric heat. It will remain inactive unless at least  
one stage of furnace type heat has been specified  
in the installer setup menu.  
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.  
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9. W2 This terminal is active when the thermostat  
is calling for a second stage of furnace or electric  
heat. It will remain inactive unless two stages of  
heating have been specified in the installer setup  
menu.  
common to power the thermostat from the system in any  
wiring configuration.  
WARNINGS: 1. A B wire is sometimes used as a  
common wire. Connecting a common B wire to the B termi-  
nal in these systems will likely cause damage to the thermo-  
stat and/or HVAC system. Do not connect a wire to the B ter-  
minal if you are unsure whether it may be wired to a system  
common.  
10.  
E
This terminal is active when the thermostat  
is calling for Emergency heat in a heat pump sys-  
tem. This terminal also powers freeze protection if  
it is desired. It will be active below 40°F(5°C)  
regardless of mode or battery condition or other  
unforeseen condition.  
2.If Both Y and C wire are present, then C is common. Tape it  
off or connect it to the C terminal to allow the system to  
power the thermostat.  
11.  
B This terminal is live at any time the unit is  
OPTIONAL C, X, B, TC  
C
B
O
Transformer Common  
in Heat mode.  
B
O
Changeover Valve  
12.TC Future indoor temperature sensor common.  
May be wired to a maximum of three external  
indoor sensor units.  
Use O or B not both  
3.5.5 SINGLE STAGE HEATING SYSTEM LABEL CROSS  
REFERENCE  
13.  
T
Future indoor temperature sensor. May be  
Previous Thermostat  
Terminal Marking  
RH, R, RC, V, 5  
W, H, 4  
New Thermostat  
wired to a maximum of three external indoor sen-  
sor units.  
System  
Terminals  
RH  
Wire To  
All 2 Wire Heat  
Transformer  
Heating Valve  
Transformer  
Heat Control  
*
14.OT Future first of two terminals dedicated to  
the outdoor temperature sensor. Polarity of these  
leads does not matter.  
W1  
3 Wire  
RH, R, RC, V, 5  
W, 4  
RH  
W1  
15.OT Future second of two terminals dedicated to  
the outdoor temperature sensor. Polarity of these  
leads does not matter.  
B, C  
Tape Off *  
3 Wire  
(one wire is "F or G")  
RH, R, 5, V  
W, 4  
RH  
W1  
G
Transformer  
Heating Valve  
Fan Relay  
3.5.2 FREEZE PROTECTION  
The PSP722E incorporates a mechanical thermal switch  
which may be used to prevent a freeze-up by calling for  
heat in the event the unit has accidentally been turned off  
or its batteries have not been replaced as recommended.  
G, F  
3.5.6 SINGLE STAGE COOLING SYSTEM LABEL CROSS  
REFERENCE  
Previous Thermostat  
Terminal Marking  
RC, R, V  
New Thermostat  
This switch is available at the E terminal of the thermo-  
System  
2 Wire  
Terminals  
Wire To  
stat. In most systems using this feature will require  
wiring a jumper between the W1 and E terminals. The  
thermostat will call then for the first stage of heat, in fur-  
nace mode, or Aux heat in heat pump mode. See EMER-  
GENCY HEAT.  
RC  
Y1  
RC  
Y1  
G
Transformer  
Cooling Relay  
Transformer  
Cooling Relay  
Fan Relay  
Y, Y1, C  
3 Wire  
RC, R, V  
Y, Y1, C  
G, F  
The nominal temperature set point of this switch is  
3.5.7 SINGLE STAGE FURNACE HEATING AND SINGLE  
STAGE COOLING SYSTEM LABEL CROSS REFERENCE  
40°F(5°C).  
3.5.3 SPECIAL WIRING NOTES  
Previous Thermostat  
Terminal Marking  
New Thermostat  
Terminals  
In heat pump mode, AUX heat is available at W1.  
System  
Wire To  
In heat pump mode, Emergency Heat is activated from  
4 Wire  
the E terminal. This terminal also provides freeze protec-  
tion and it will be active below a nominal temperature of  
40°F(5°C).  
(heat & cool with  
single transformer)  
RH, RC, R, V  
W, W1  
RH & RC, w jumper  
Transformer  
Heating Relay  
Cooling Relay  
Fan Relay  
W1  
Y1  
G
3.5.4 COMMON WIRING OPTIONS  
Y, Y1, C  
G,F  
Though not shown here additional second stages may be  
used where applicable. Be sure to enable them properly  
in the Installer Setup menu.  
5 Wire  
(heat & cool with  
two transformers)  
W2 is second stage heat  
RH  
RH  
RC  
W1  
Y1  
G
Heating Transformer  
Cooling Transformer  
Heating Relay  
E
is emergency heat and freeze protection  
RC  
Y2 is second stage cool or second stage heat pump  
W, W1  
Y, Y1, C  
G,F  
Cooling Relay  
OPTIONAL O or B terminals may be used to power heat-  
ing dampers or changeover valves in any system config-  
uration.  
Fan Relay  
3.5.8 TWO STAGE HEAT, SINGLE STAGE COOL, HEAT  
OPTIONAL C terminal may be connected to a system  
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PUMP SYSTEM LABEL CROSS REFERENCE  
Previous Thermostat  
Terminal Marking  
New Thermostat  
Terminals  
System  
Wire To  
Heat Pump  
2 Heat, 1 Cool  
RH, RC, R, V  
RH & RC, w jumper  
Transformer  
Y, Y1, C  
Y1  
W1  
E
Compressor Relay  
Aux Heat Relay  
Em Heat/Freeze Prot  
*Changeover Valves  
Use O or B not both  
Fan Relay  
W, W2  
E
B
B*  
O*  
G
O
G,F  
3.5.9 WIRING DIAGRAMS  
TYPICAL INSTALLER SETUP:  
TYPICAL 2 WIRE HEAT HOOKUP  
24 VAC AND MILLIVOLT SYSTEMS  
[0  
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1
SYSTEM TYPE = FURNACE  
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HEAT STAGES =1  
COMPRESSOR STAGES = 0  
MODES = Heat-Off  
[0  
2
[0  
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3
[04]  
G
O
Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
[
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09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
= GAS  
NOTES:  
JUMPER  
PROVIDED  
[
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1
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
SYSTEM  
COMMON  
GAS  
XFMR  
VALVE  
AC LINE  
TYPICAL INSTALLER SETUP:  
TYPICAL 24VAC 3 WIRE HEAT HOOKUP  
WHERE 3RD WIRE IS FAN WIRE  
[0  
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1
SYSTEM TYPE = FURNACE  
]
HEAT STAGES =1  
COMPRESSOR STAGES = 0  
MODES = Heat-Off  
[0  
2
[0  
]
3
[04]  
G
O
Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
[
]
09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
= GAS  
NOTES:  
JUMPER  
PROVIDED  
[
]
1
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
SYSTEM  
COMMON  
GAS  
XFMR  
FAN  
VALVE  
AC LINE  
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TYPICAL INSTALLER SETUP:  
TYPICAL 24VAC 4 WIRE HOOKUP  
[0  
]
1
SYSTEM TYPE = FURNACE  
]
HEAT STAGES =1  
COMPRESSOR STAGES = 1  
MODES = Ht-Off-Cl-Auto  
SINGLE STAGE HEATING AND COOLING  
[0  
2
[0  
]
3
[04]  
G
O
Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
[
]
09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
= GAS  
NOTES:  
JUMPER  
PROVIDED  
[
]
1
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
SYSTEM COMMON  
GAS  
XFMR  
COMPRESSOR  
FAN  
VALVE  
AC LINE  
TYPICAL INSTALLER SETUP:  
TYPICAL 5 WIRE HOOKUP  
SINGLE STAGE HEATING AND COOLING  
[0  
]
1
SYSTEM TYPE = FURNACE  
]
HEAT STAGES =1  
COMPRESSOR STAGES = 1  
MODES = Ht-Off-Cl-Auto  
[0  
2
[0  
]
3
[04]  
G
O Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
[
]
09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
= GAS  
NOTES:  
[
]
1
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
COOL  
COMMON  
COOLING  
HEATING  
XFMR 2  
GAS  
FAN  
COMPRESSOR  
XFMR 1  
VALVE  
AC LINE  
AC LINE  
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TYPICAL INSTALLER SETUP:  
TYPICAL SINGLE-STAGE HEAT PUMP WITH  
(2 STAGES HEAT AND 1 STAGE COOL)  
OPTIONAL AUX AND EMERGENCY HEAT  
[0  
]
1
SYSTEM TYPE = HEAT PUMP  
]
HEAT STAGES =1  
COMPRESSOR STAGES = 1  
MODES = Ht-Off-Cl-  
EmHt-Auto  
[0  
2
[0  
]
3
[04]  
G
O
Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
[
]
09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
= ELECTRIC  
JUMPER  
PROVIDED  
NOTES:  
[
]
1
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
SYSTEM COMMON  
[
]
2
USE "B" OR "O" BUT  
SYSTEM AUX/EM REVERSING  
COMPRESSOR  
FAN  
NOT BOTH  
XFMR  
HEAT  
VALVE  
[
3
]
AUX HEAT AND  
EMERGENCY HEAT  
ARE OPTIONAL  
AC LINE  
TYPICAL INSTALLER SETUP:  
USE 2 SEPARATE SINGLE STAGE HEATERS  
AS A 2 STAGE HEAT SYSTEM  
[0  
]
1
SYSTEM TYPE = HEAT PUMP  
]
HEAT STAGES =1  
COMPRESSOR STAGES = 1  
MODES = Heat-Off  
[0  
2
[0  
]
3
[04]  
G
O Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
[
]
09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
= ELECTRIC  
NOTES:  
[
]
1
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
SYSTEM 1  
COMMON  
SYSTEM 2  
COMMON  
HEATER  
1
SYSTEM  
XFMR 1  
SYSTEM  
XFMR 2  
HEATER  
2
AC LINE  
AC LINE  
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MULTI-STAGE FURNACE HEAT  
AND COOLING HOOKUP  
[0 ]  
2
1
SYSTEM TYPE = FURNACE  
[0 ]  
HEAT STAGES  
=(MATCH SYSTEM)  
[0 ]  
3
COMPRESSOR STAGES  
G
O Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
= (MATCH SYSTEM)  
[04]  
MODES = Ht-Off-Cl-Auto  
[
]
09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
= ELECTRIC  
HEAT  
NOTES:  
1
COMMON  
COOL  
[ ]  
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
EITHER SECOND  
STAGE MAY BE  
OMITTED  
COMMON  
HEATER  
AIR CONDITIONER  
STAGE 2 STAGE 1  
COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR  
COOLING HEATING  
[ ]  
2
FAN  
STAGE STAGE  
XFMR  
XFMR  
1
2
AC LINE AC LINE  
TYPICAL INSTALLER SETUP:  
TYPICAL MULTI-STAGE STAGE HEAT PUMP WITH  
OPTIONAL AUX AND EMERGENCY HEAT  
(2 OR 3 STAGES HEAT, 2 STAGES COOL)  
[0 ]  
2
1
[0 ]  
SYSTEM TYPE = HEAT PUMP  
HEAT STAGES  
= MATCH SYSTEM  
COMPRESSOR  
[0 ]  
3
G
O
Y2 Y1 RC  
C
RH W1 W2 E  
B
STAGES = MATCH SYSTEM  
MODES = Ht-Off-Cl-  
EmHt-Auto  
[04]  
JUMPER  
[
]
09 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
PROVIDED  
= ELECTRIC  
NOTES:  
SYSTEM COMMON  
[ ]  
1
OPTIONAL COMMON  
ALLOWS USE OF  
SYSTEM POWER  
HEAT PUMP  
STAGE 2 STAGE 1  
COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR  
SYSTEM AUX/EM REVERSING  
FAN  
[ ]  
2
USE "B" OR "O" BUT  
XFMR  
HEAT  
VALVE  
NOT BOTH  
[ ]  
3
AUX HEAT AND  
EMERGENCY HEAT  
ARE OPTIONAL  
AC LINE  
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3.6. INSTALL BATTERIES  
3.7.1.2 HEAT STAGES  
Install batteries at this time. For instructions, see BAT-  
Set this to the number of non-compressor driven heat  
TERY INSTALLATION.  
stages to use for temperature control by this system.  
3.7. INSTALLER SETUP  
3.7.1.3 COMPRESSOR STAGES (COOL/HEAT PUMP  
STAGES)  
Configuration items are selected from the Installer Set up  
Menu. They are stored in non-volatile RAM, and will be  
preserved even in the event that the unit’s batteries are  
run down, or removed, or the hardware reset on the rear  
of the unit’s circuit board of the thermostat is pressed.  
Set the number of compressor driven system stages to  
use for temperature control. These stages include all  
cooling or heat pump stages to be used for temperature  
control by this system.  
3.7.1.4 MODES  
NOTE: Pressing the S/W RESET button on the rear of the  
unit’s circuit board will write default values of all temperature  
programs and setup menus into the unit nonvolatile memory.  
Take care not to inadvertently press this button when the ther-  
mostat has been removed from the wall plate!  
The modes setting selects what system modes will be  
available to the user. The selections available are system  
mode dependant:  
Heat-Off  
Cool-Off  
3.7.1 ACCESS AND NAVIGATE INSTALLER SETUP  
MENU  
Note: Insure that all relays are off before making changes in  
the installer menu. There are two methods, which may be  
used to do this. Place the unit in the OFF mode and wait for 5  
minutes or Press the H/W RESET button on the rear of the  
unit’s circuit board. Take care not to inadvertently press the  
S/W RESET button.  
Heat-Off-Cool  
Heat-Off-Cool-Auto (Furnace Mode) or  
Heat-Off-Cool-Em Heat-Auto (Heat Pump Mode)  
3.7.1.5 MINIMUM RUN TIME  
Minimum Run Time provides compressor protection and  
prevents short cycling. Compressor stages are held off  
for a minimum of this time. During program run this is  
also the minimum on time.  
To enter the Installer Setup Menu press and hold the  
3.7.1.6 HEAT PUMP LOCKOUT  
Setup Button for 10 seconds.  
This menu item is available only in Heat Pump Mode with  
an operational outdoor temperature sensor. Enabling this  
option allows the thermostat to disable a heat pump and  
request AUX Heat below the Heat Pump Lockout  
Temperature.  
Use the NEXT button to scroll through its options. As  
you proceed the menu item number will be displayed in  
the left portion of the screen.  
Selections can be changed by pressing the UP/DOWN  
button.  
3.7.1.7 HEAT PUMP LOCKOUT TEMPERATURE  
This menu item is available only in Heat Pump Mode with  
an operational outdoor temperature sensor. With it you  
may set the outdoor temperature at which the thermostat  
will cease to call for heat pump sourced heat, and use the  
alternate AUX Heat source.  
Moving from one menu item to the next and accept-  
ance of changes is done by pressing the NEXT button.  
All changes become effective when the unit exits the  
Installer Setup mode.  
The Installer Setup mode will be exited when the Setup  
button is pressed again, or, if no other keys are pressed  
for 20 seconds.  
3.7.1.8 DEADBAND  
When using auto-changeover, deadband provides a disal-  
lowed temperature range between the maximum heat  
temperature set point and minimum cool temperature set  
point. Deadband may be set from 3 to 5 degrees. With  
auto-changeover active and the Deadband set to 3°F and  
heat set to 70°F the minimum allowed cool temperature  
set point will be 73°F. If the cool temperature set point is  
lowered, then the heat temperature set point will be low-  
ered by the same amount maintaining the 3°F Deadband.  
All settings, their choices and default values are given in  
INSTALLER SETUP MENU WITH FURNACE SYSTEM  
TYPE SELECTED: and INSTALLER SETUP MENU WITH  
HEAT PUMP SYSTEM TYPE SELECTED AND FUTURE  
OUTDOOR SENSOR ENABLED.  
3.7.1.1 SYSTEM TYPE  
This option determines whether the thermostat is to con-  
trol a furnace and air conditioning system or heat pump  
system.  
3.7.1.9 SWING 1  
In furnace mode the unit will make the proper W ter-  
Swing 1 sets the temperature variation the system allows  
above the temperature set point before switching the first  
stage heat source off, or below the temperature set point  
before switching the first stage heat source on. In Cool,  
Swing 1 sets the temperature variation the system allows  
above the temperature set point before switching first  
stage of cooling on, or below the temperature set point  
before switching the first stage of cooling off.  
minals live for Heating, and the proper Y terminals live  
for cooling.  
In Heat Pump mode the unit makes the proper Y ter-  
minals live for the first and second stages of a heat pump  
unit during heating or cooling. In this mode an additional  
stage of Aux Heat may also be activated through the W1  
terminal.  
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3.7.1.10 SWING 2  
3.7.2 INSTALLER SETUP MENU WITH FURNACE SYS-  
This value is similar to the Swing 1, but it controls the  
temperature variation the system allows above and below  
Swing 1’s lower limit before calling for a second stage.  
Once a second stage is activated, it will remain on until  
the temperature set point has been reached. If a third  
stage of heat is present in heat pump mode, Swing 2 is  
used to control it from the stage 2 lower limit.  
TEM TYPE SELECTED:  
Menu  
Item  
01  
Display  
Selections  
Default  
Furnace  
2
System Type  
Heat Stages  
Compressor Stages  
Modes  
Furnace / Heat Pump  
0 – 2  
02  
03  
0 – 2  
2
04  
Heat-Off  
*
Cool-Off  
*
3.7.1.11 HEAT FAN CONTROL  
Heat-Off-Cool  
Heat-Off-Cool-Auto  
*
Fossil fuel furnaces normally control the system fan while  
the furnace is operating. Electric systems normally  
require the thermostat to activate the fan. This setting  
instructs the thermostat how to handle fan control during  
heating. Electric heat and heat pumps generally require  
the thermostat to activate the fan and therefore use the  
electric setting.  
*Heat-Off-  
Cool-Auto  
4 min  
3°F(1°C)  
0.25°F(0.15°C)  
0.5°F(0.3°C)  
Gas  
05  
06  
07  
08  
09  
10  
11  
12  
13  
14  
15  
Minimum Run Time  
Deadband  
1 to 5 min  
3°F(1°C) to 5°F(3°C)  
0.25°F(0.15°C) to 2.25°F(1.25°C)  
0.25°F(0.15°C) to 2.25°F(1.25°C)  
Gas / Electric  
Swing 1  
Swing 2  
Heat Fan Control  
Heat Fan On Delay  
Heat Fan Off Delay  
Cool Fan On Delay  
Cool Fan Off Delay  
Outdoor Sensor (future)  
Internal Temp Sensor  
(future)  
3.7.1.12 HEAT FAN ON DELAY  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
NA/ON/OFF  
0 sec  
This setting allows the installer to program the length of  
time between heating activation and fan activation (delay  
on make).  
0 sec  
0 sec  
0 sec  
3.7.1.13 HEAT FAN OFF DELAY  
NA/OFF  
This setting allows the installer to program the length of  
time between heating deactivation and fan deactivation  
(delay on break).  
ON/OFF  
ON  
16  
17  
18  
Remote Sensor 1  
(future)  
3.7.1.14 COOL FAN ON DELAY  
NA/ON/OFF  
NA/ON/OFF  
NA/ON/OFF  
NA/OFF  
NA/OFF  
NA/OFF  
This setting allows the installer to program the length of  
time between cooling activation and fan activation (delay  
on make).  
Remote Sensor 2  
(future)  
Remote Sensor 3  
(future)  
3.7.1.15 COOL FAN OFF DELAY  
This setting allows the installer to program the length of  
time between cooling deactivation and fan deactivation  
(delay on break).  
3.7.3 INSTALLER SETUP MENU WITH HEAT PUMP  
SYSTEM TYPE SELECTED AND OUTDOOR FUTURE  
SENSOR ENABLED:  
3.7.1.16 FUTURE OUTDOOR SENSOR  
Menu  
This setting enables and disables an outdoor sensor if it  
is present. The setting will be held NA if a sensor is not  
present, and will be reset to NA If the sensor is discon-  
nected for any reason, including removal of the thermo-  
stat from its base-plate, the thermostat will automatically  
disable the sensor changing the setting in this menu  
from ON to NA. With an outdoor sensor present and  
enabled, the outdoor temperature will be displayed alter-  
nately with time. The word OUT will be visible to the right  
of the temperature while the outside temperature is dis-  
played.  
Item  
01  
Display  
Selections  
Furnace / Heat Pump  
0 – 1  
Default  
System Type  
Heat Stages  
Compressor Stages  
Modes  
Furnace  
02  
1
03  
0 – 2  
1
04  
Heat-Off  
*
Cool-Off  
*
Heat-Off-Cool  
Heat-Off-Cool-  
Em Heat-Auto  
1 to 5 min  
ON, OFF  
*
*Heat-Off-Cool-  
Em Heat-Auto  
4 min  
05  
Minimum Run Time  
Heat Pump Lockout  
Heat Pump  
06*  
07*  
Off  
3.7.1.17 INTERNAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR  
This setting enables and disables the thermostats internal  
temperature sensor. It may only be disabled if there are  
indoor remote sensors present and enabled.  
3.7.1.18 FUTURE INDOOR REMOTE SENSOR 1, 2, 3  
Used to enable and disable the respective remote sensors  
in a system. When more than one indoor sensor is used,  
the values of their measurements are averaged for use in  
temperature control.  
Lockout Temperature  
Deadband  
0°F- 50°F(-17°C-10°C)  
3°F(1°C) to 5°F(3°C)  
0.25°F(0.15°C) to 2.25°F(1.25°C)  
0.25°F(0.15°C) to 2.25°F(1.25°C)  
Electric  
0°F(-17°C)  
3°F(1°C)  
0.25°F(0.15°C)  
0.5°F(0.3°C)  
Electric  
08  
09  
10  
11  
12  
13  
14  
15  
Swing 1  
Swing 2  
Heat Fan Control  
Heat Fan On Delay  
Heat Fan Off Delay  
Cool Fan On Delay  
Cool Fan Off Delay  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
0 sec  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
0 sec  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
0 sec  
0, 15, 30…180 sec  
0 sec  
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Outdoor Sensor  
(future)  
4.1.3 DEFAULT PROGRAM  
NA/ON/OFF  
ON / OFF  
NA/OFF  
ON  
As supplied from the factory, the following ENERGY  
17  
18  
Internal Temp Sensor  
Remote Sensor 1  
(future)  
STAR approved program will be used for temperature  
control. This program and all other settings maybe  
restored to their default values via a SOFTWARE RESET.  
NA/ON/OFF  
NA/ON/OFF  
NA/ON/OFF  
NA/OFF  
NA/OFF  
NA/OFF  
19  
20  
Remote Sensor 2  
(future)  
Default Daily Temperature Program  
Period  
Morning  
Day  
Heat Mode  
Cool Mode  
Remote Sensor 3  
(future)  
6:00 AM 70°F  
8:00 AM 62°F  
6:00 PM 70°F  
10:00 PM 62°F  
6:00 AM 78°F  
8:00 AM 85°F  
6:00 PM 78°F  
10:00 PM 82°F  
*Available only with an outdoor sensor present and  
enabled  
Evening  
Night  
3.7.4 COMPLETING YOUR INSTALLATION  
4.1.4 MODES  
Turn the power back on to your heating and/or air con-  
Because of your thermostats great versatility not all  
modes will be applicable to your application. The mode  
selections available to you are determined by settings in  
the Installer Setup Menu. Often the unit’s mode is dis-  
played during program run. When a unit has first been  
powered up with the dial in the Run position, your ther-  
mostat will begin to control your heating and/or air con-  
ditioning system according to it’s default ENERGY STAR  
approved program in AUTOCHANGE mode.  
ditioning system.  
Verify that the system and its fan are operating proper-  
ly. When set to a high temperature, the heating system  
should provide warm air after a short time. Likewise a  
cooling system should provide cool air after a short time.  
Usually sound from the furnace and air conditioning units  
can be heard while they are running. The rush of moving  
air should be heard within a short time after either has  
been started.  
4.1.4.1 OVERRIDE  
NOTE: If you have an electric system and the blower does not  
operate after installation, verify that the electric/gas option in  
installer set up is set to Electric.  
During run, either the Heat or Cool set point temperature  
may be altered with the temperature UP/DOWN arrow  
button. T Override will be displayed in line two of the dis-  
play. The adjusted temperature will remain the set tem-  
perature until the next program period begins. Then, tem-  
perature settings will return to program control.  
Installation is now complete.  
4. OPERATION  
4.1. OPERATING BASICS  
4.1.1 UP/DOWN ARROW CHANGE KEYS  
There are two arrow keys just the right of the units dis-  
play. They are used to adjust set temperatures, and  
change other settings.  
4.1.4.2 HOLD  
Press this button to indefinitely maintain a fixed tempera-  
ture. HOLD will be displayed in line two of the display.  
Press this button once to enter permanent temperature  
HOLD from program run or temperature OVERRIDE.  
4.1.1.1 TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT  
Pressing this button again will toggle HOLD off return-  
Pressing an arrow key once adjusts a set temperature  
ing to program RUN.  
by one degree in the associated direction.  
Holding the key will automatically advance the setting  
4.1.4.3 AUTOCHANGE  
in the associated direction.  
4.1.1.2 CHANGING OTHER SETTINGS  
The AUTOCHANGE mode allows your thermostat to  
switch between Heat and Cool modes of temperature  
control automatically.  
If there are many choices for a value, usually that setting  
will automatically advance by holding one of the arrow  
keys. Some settings though, must be changed one press  
at a time.  
AUTOCHANGE may not be available or applicable in  
your installation.  
To enter AUTOCHANGE mode if it is available, press  
the MODE button repeatedly until the display indicates  
that the unit is in AUTOCHANGE mode.  
4.1.2 SET DAY AND TIME  
The time used by your thermostat for temperature con-  
trol is that displayed by the unit. To set the correct time  
after the unit has been unpowered or after software reset:  
In AUTOCHANGE mode, you can determine whether  
your thermostat will call for heating or cooling (at that  
time) by whether HEAT SET or COOL SET is visible on  
the units display.  
Open the drop down door on the front of the thermo-  
stat. Rotate the dial to the SET DAY/TIME position. Use  
the UP key to advance the day to the current day of the  
week.  
To switch from heating to cooling or vise versa, press  
both arrow keys at the same time.  
Pressing the UP/DOWN temperature arrow keys will  
Press NEXT to adjust the time. Pressing NEXT again  
adjust the active, visible set temperature.  
will toggle from Set Day to Set Time.  
When AUTOCHANGE is first entered, the unit may  
Use the UP or DOWN key to set the thermostats clock.  
need to determine which if either heating or cooling is  
Return the dial to its RUN position.  
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required. Heating and cooling set temperatures may not  
be adjusted until heating or cooling is necessary, or one  
of these modes is manually selected by pressing and  
releasing both arrow keys at the same time.  
button is pressed again, or if no other keys are pressed  
for 20 seconds.  
4.2.2 KEYBOARD LOCK  
Two types of Keyboard locks allow owners/operators to  
prevent unauthorized changes to the thermostats set-  
tings. The two types of locks are full and partial. When  
the thermostat is locked, a three digit code is set. That  
code must be reentered before locked settings can be  
changed without performing a software reset off the unit.  
You can force heating or cooling to be the active mode  
by pressing and releasing both arrow keys at the same  
time until the desired mode is indicated. After, the unit  
will then switch modes as necessary to control tempera-  
ture.  
4.1.4.4 HEATING  
Entering a code toggles the selected lock on or off. While  
a lock is effective, a padlock is shown near the lower  
right corner of the screen.  
Press the MODE button repeatedly until the word HEAT  
is shown along the top of the display. The unit is in HEAT  
mode ready to control your heating system.  
4.2.2.1 PARTIAL KEYBOARD LOCK  
Press temperature UP or DOWN keys until your  
A partial lock allows other users to adjust only the tem-  
perature set point to values at or between the Maximum  
Heat Setting and Minimum Cool Settings.  
desired temperature is displayed in the HEAT SET area of  
the display.  
While heating is active, a flame icon will flash above  
4.2.2.2 FULL KEYBOARD LOCK  
the HEAT SET temperature. If a second stage of heat is  
A full lock disables all the keys except the Setup button  
on the front, and the S/W Reset button on the rear.  
Pressing the S/W Reset button will rewrite all settings  
and programs to their default values.  
called for the flashing rate increases.  
4.1.4.5 COOLING  
Press the MODE button repeatedly until the word  
COOL is shown along the top of the display. The unit is in  
Cool mode ready to control your air conditioner.  
4.2.2.3 SETTING THE LOCK  
1. Press SETUP.  
Press temperature UP or DOWN keys until your  
2. Select Full or Partial.  
desired temperature is displayed in the COOL SET area of  
the display.  
3. Press NEXT.  
4. Set code one digit at a time. Press NEXT after each  
digit.  
While cooling is active, a snowflake icon will flash  
above the COOL SET temperature. If a second stage of  
5. When NEXT is pressed after the third digit has been  
entered, the unit will be appropriately locked.  
4.2.2.4 CLEARING A LOCK  
heat is called for the flashing rate increases.  
4.1.4.6 OFF  
Press the MODE button repeatedly until the display  
1. Press SETUP.  
indicates that the unit is in OFF.  
2. Enter code one digit at a time. Press NEXT after each  
digit.  
Heating and cooling will be disabled.  
Periods programmed to maintain a minimum fan run  
3. When NEXT is pressed after the third digit has been  
entered, the unit will be unlocked if the correct code was  
entered.  
time will continue do so.  
4.1.5 DISPLAY ILLUMINATION  
Press the light bulb button to illuminate the display.  
Pressing other buttons will keep the display illuminated  
until no button has been pressed for approximately 20  
seconds.  
4.2. USER SETUP MENU  
User selectable options are available from the User Setup  
Menu. To access the User Setup Menu press the Setup  
button. All settings, their choices and default values are  
given in the USER SETUP MENU:.  
4.2.2.5 CHANGING THE LOCK CODE  
1. Press SETUP.  
2. Select NEW CODE.  
3. Press NEXT.  
4.2.1 ACCESS AND NAVIGATE USER SETUP MENU  
4. Enter old code one digit at a time. Press NEXT after  
each digit.  
To scroll through the User Setup Menu one item at a  
time, momentarily press Setup Button.  
5. Enter new code one digit at a time. Press NEXT after  
each digit.  
Selections can be changed by pressing the UP/DOWN  
button.  
6. When NEXT is pressed after the new third digit has  
Moving from one menu item to the next and accept-  
been entered, the new code will be effective.  
ance of changes is done by pressing the NEXT button.  
4.2.3 BEEP  
All changes become effective when the unit exits the  
This option allows the audible feedback tone (Beep° to be  
enabled or disabled.  
User Setup mode.  
The User Setup mode will be exited when the Setup  
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4.2.4 TEMPERATURE DISPLAY FORMAT (F/C DISPLAY) grammed for. A general rule of thumb is to assume that  
Temperature may be displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius  
with this option.  
the fan will run at 1/3 duty cycle. A 90 day filter will then  
be good for 90*24/3=720 hours. This is the default value.  
Setting the filter counter limit to 0000 will disable the  
change filter indicator. Valid entries are from 0 to  
2000hrs.  
4.2.5 CLOCK FORMAT  
The time shown on the thermostats clock may be dis-  
played in 12 or 24 hour format. Set this option to your  
preference.  
4.2.11 USER SETUP MENU:  
Menu  
4.2.6 CALIBRATION OFFSET  
Item  
01  
02  
03  
04  
05  
06  
07  
08  
09  
Display  
Selections  
Default  
NO  
Your thermostat is accurately calibrated at the factory to  
within ±1±F An offset value up to ±5±F may be added to  
the temperature value that the thermostat measures. This  
may allow you to match this thermostat to another.  
LOCK KEYPAD  
BEEP  
NO, PARTIAL, FULL, NEW CODE  
ON, OFF  
ON  
±F/±C DISPLAY  
CLOCK FORMAT  
CALIBRATION OFFSET  
MAX HEAT TEMP  
MIN HEAT TEMP  
EARLY RECOVERY  
FILTER LIMIT  
±F, ±C  
±F  
12HR / 24HR  
±5±F (±3±C°  
12HR  
0±F  
4.2.7 MAXIMUM HEAT SETTING  
The temperature that this option is set to will be the high-  
est HEAT SET temperature available in run mode or while  
programming the thermostat.  
45±F-90±F (7±C-32±C°  
45±F-90±F (7±C-32±C°  
ON, OFF  
90±F (32±C°  
45±F (7±C°  
OFF  
4.2.8 MINIMUM COOL SETTING  
0-2000HRS  
720HRS  
The temperature that this option is set to will be the low-  
est COOL SET temperature available in run mode or while 4.3. ADVANCED FEATURES AND OPERATION  
programming the thermostat.  
4.3.1 EMERGENCY HEAT  
To use an emergency heat system, press the MODE  
4.2.9 SMART RECOVERY  
button repeatedly until the EMER HT is shown along the  
top of the display. The unit is in emergency heat mode  
ready to control your emergency heating system. In heat  
pump systems, the emergency heat terminal is often  
wired to W1 the AUX heat terminal.  
Your thermostats Smart Recovery allows your HVAC sys-  
tem to attempt to recover from a setback period and  
reach your desired comfort temperature set point by the  
beginning of your programmed comfort period. This  
option allows you to choose whether to use Smart  
Recovery.  
Press temperature UP or DOWN keys until your  
desired temperature is displayed in the HEAT SET area of  
the display.  
If enabled, Smart Recovery will initiate if:  
Recovery is valid only from a night setback to morning  
Freeze protection is also provided at this terminal. See  
comfort or day setback to evening comfort period.  
FREEZE PROTECTION.  
In Heat mode the temperature set point of the comfort  
4.3.2 FAN MODES  
period must be higher than the setback period.  
Your thermostat provides three fan modes. They are  
AUTO, CLEAN, and ON. The fan may be controlled by  
your units program, or the program may be overridden  
by pressing the FAN button and selecting another mode.  
Appropriate indicators are visible along the top of the  
units display when active.  
In Cool mode the temperature set point of the comfort  
period must be lower than the setback period.  
The estimated Smart recovery time must be longer  
than 15 minutes for an Smart recovery to be initiated.  
Maximum Smart recovery time is one hour.  
AUX heat will not be activated during the first half hour  
of a Smart recovery. Then it will only be activated if nec-  
essary to achieve the programmed temperature by the  
beginning of the next period.  
4.3.2.1 FAN AUTO  
FAN AUTO denotes that the fan will run only to fulfill your  
heating and cooling requirements.  
The Smart recovery temperature set point must be  
4.3.2.2 CLEAN  
This enables the CLEAN CYCLE® feature. The FAN icon  
alone in the display denotes that the fan is maintaining  
the programmed minimum run time; it will also run addi-  
tional time as required to maintain temperature control.  
The algorithm used avoids additional fan time when the  
minimum run time has been met over the last hour  
through temperature control. Minimum fan run times are  
met by running one third the hourly requirement at twen-  
ty minute intervals.  
achievable. If a desired smart recovery is repeatedly  
ignored by your thermostat that is an indicator that you  
should modify your program so that the recovery can be  
achieved within the 1 hour limit.  
A Smart recovery may not be initiated for 48 hours  
after the units programs have been changed. This allows  
the unit to gather the data necessary to predict a Smart  
recovery time.  
4.2.10 FILTER LIMIT  
Your thermostat will warn you that your HVAC systems  
air filter should be changed after the systems fan has run  
the number of hours that this setting has been pro-  
4.3.2.3 FAN ON  
FAN ON denotes that your system fan will run continu-  
ously.  
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Today’s cumulative heating time  
Today’s cumulative cooling time  
Yesterdays cumulative heating time  
Yesterdays cumulative cooling time  
Total cumulative heating time  
4.3.3 VACATION HOLD  
Use this feature to instruct the thermostat to hold a fixed  
temperature for a period of from 1 to 30 days.  
Verify that the unit is in Heat, Cool or AUTOCHANGE  
Total cumulative cooling time  
with a temperature set point visible. The unit must be  
have a temperature set point visible to enter Vacation  
Hold mode.  
To view this set of timer values:  
Rotate the dial to the ENERGY USAGE position. Timer  
values will repeatedly display the above sequence.  
Press and hold the HOLD button for approximately  
The cumulative timers may be reset by pressing the  
three seconds.  
UP or Down arrow key once. Pressing an arrow key  
again will toggle between 00:00 and the current value.  
Pressing the UP or Down arrow key also stops the scroll-  
ing.  
Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the number of  
days to your preference. The maximum number of  
allowed days is 30.  
Press NEXT. The thermostat will display the number of  
Press NEXT to resume scrolling.  
days remaining in this Vacation Hold.  
When you rotate the dial to another mode, the current  
If the unit is in Heat mode, it will now maintain a mini-  
values will be the values retained in memory. Leave the  
mum temperature by controlling your heating system. If  
the unit is in Cool mode, it will now maintain a maximum  
temperature by controlling your cooling system.  
value at 00:00 to reset the cumulative timers.  
4.3.7 FUTURE OUTDOOR SENSOR  
An optional outdoor sensor may be installed to enable  
the thermostat to display the temperature outside your  
home. This sensor may also be used to instruct the unit  
to switch from a heat pump to another source of heat.  
Once installed the outdoor temperature will alternate with  
the time in the display. To install an outdoor sensor refer  
to the Installation Section of this manual. To enable an  
outdoor sensor or change heat pump settings refer to the  
Installers Setup Section of this manual.  
The Vacation Hold will be complete when there are no  
remaining days left and the unit will resume using the  
temperature programs stored in its memory.  
A Vacation Hold may also be terminated prematurely  
by Pressing the HOLD button again, changing the mode  
of the system, or rotating the dial.  
4.3.4 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ADJUSTMENT (DST)  
This button is labeled DST. When pressed it shifts the  
units clock time in a three press sequence. A first press  
will add 1 hour to the displayed time. A second press  
subtracts one hour from the original time, and a third  
press returns the unit to the original time. After one  
minute with no new DST button presses, the sequence is  
reset staring with the current displayed time.  
4.3.8 FUTURE REMOTE INDOOR SENSORS  
Up to three optional indoor sensors may be installed. The  
temperature measurements of all active indoor sensors  
will be averaged and used in temperature control. With  
remote indoor sensors functioning, the units’ internal  
temperature sensor may be enabled or disabled to allow  
the thermostat to be mounted in locations that would  
otherwise be non-ideal.  
4.3.5 AIR FILTER  
This unit incorporates a timer, which records the number  
of hours the thermostat has activated the fan. This timer  
is intended to indicate when your HVAC systems filter  
should be cleaned or replaced.  
To install indoor temperature sensors refer to the  
Installation Section of this manual. To enable or disable  
the units internal sensor or other remote indoor tempera-  
ture sensors refer to the Installers Setup Section of this  
manual.  
Refer to the User setup menu to set the number of  
hours the timer will use to indicate that changing the filter  
is recommended.  
To view the number of hours the thermostat has acti-  
4.3.9 RESET  
vated the fan since the last timer reset, rotate the dial to  
the AIR FILTER position.  
There are two RESET buttons on the rear of the unit’s cir-  
cuit board. They are the Hardware and Software RESET  
buttons.  
To reset the timer press the UP or Down arrow key  
once. Pressing an arrow key again will toggle between  
0000 and the current value. The value in display when  
you exit this mode will be the value retained in memory.  
Leave the value at 0000 to reset the timer.  
4.3.9.1 HARDWARE RESET (H/W RESET)  
The H/W RESET button restarts your thermostats pro-  
gram at the beginning of normal operation. This button is  
generally of little use to an owner.  
To exit the AIR FILTER mode, rotate the dial to another  
position.  
4.3.9.2 SOFTWARE RESET (S/W RESET)  
4.3.6 ENERGY USAGE  
Your thermostat records the total number of hours the  
thermostat has activated heating and cooling with six  
separate timers. They measure:  
The S/W RESET button restarts your thermostats pro-  
gram at initialization. It may be used to reset every pro-  
grammable value to it’s default setting.  
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ing the settings for that day.  
Rotate the dial back to RUN to and accept all current  
Pressing this button will write default values of all  
temperature programs and setup menus into the unit’s  
nonvolatile memory. Take care not to unintentionally  
press this button when the thermostat has been  
removed from the wall plate!  
values and end the programming session.  
4.4.2 WEEKDAY FAN PROGRAMMING  
Programming fan operation is similar to programming  
the temperature periods and set points. Fan periods are  
independent of temperature periods and are designated  
P1, P2, P3, P4.  
4.4. PROGRAMMING  
You can change the preset time/and temperatures to suit  
your schedule for each day of the week. Each day has  
four consecutive periods. They are Morning, Day,  
Evening, and Night. Separate set points are provided for  
Heat and Cool.  
Rotate the dial to Set Weekday Programs, then press  
and hold the FAN button for over 2 seconds.  
The fan day and period will be displayed in the top  
center and right portion of the screen. The bottom por-  
tion will show the fan mode and start time for that period.  
The fan mode for this period will be flashing to indicate  
that it may be changed with the UP/DOWN arrow keys.  
Choices are:  
Fan programming is similar to temperature program-  
ming. It has four consecutive periods, which are inde-  
pendent of the four temperature periods. The default set-  
ting for your systems fan requires it to run only as  
required by your environmental system. It may be pro-  
grammed to maintain a minimum run time on an hourly  
basis, or run continuously.  
Auto: default value; the fan will run only when neces-  
sary for your HVAC system to maintain temperature con-  
trol.  
Program: This mode will insure that during every  
4.4.1 WEEKDAY TEMPERATURE PROGRAMMING  
hour, the fan will run for the for at least the number of  
minutes shown at the top left of the display, beginning at  
the displayed time for this period until the beginning of  
the next period. If your heating or cooling requirement  
fulfills the minimum fan run time, additional fan run time  
will not be requested. Activation of the fan when neces-  
sary is done at twenty minute intervals for one third the  
hourly run time.  
Rotate the dial to Set Weekday Programs. The heat  
and cool set points will be displayed on the left side of  
the display. The start time for the displayed day will flash  
to show that this is the setting currently ready for edit.  
Use the up or down arrow keys to change the start  
time for this period. One period ends at the start time of  
the next period. The beginning of that period may not be  
any closer to the beginning of the next period than one  
15 minute increment.  
On: The On setting will run the fan continuously dur-  
ing this period.  
Press NEXT to accept the displayed start time and  
Set the desired Fan mode for his period. Press NEXT  
advance to edit the heat set point. It will be flashing.  
to advance and edit this periods start time.  
Use the up or down arrow keys to change Heat Set to  
Use the UP or DOWN arrow keys to change the start  
the temperature you desire.  
time. A period ends at the start time of the next period.  
The beginning of a period may not be any closer to the  
beginning of the next period than one 15 minute incre-  
ment.  
Press NEXT to accept the displayed heat set point to  
the temperature and advance to edit the cool set point. It  
will be flashing.  
There is a minimum value that must be maintained  
Press NEXT to advance and set the minimum fan run  
between the heat temperature set point and Cool temper-  
ature set point. The value that must be maintained is  
called the Deadband. It is programmable and may be  
changed in the Installer Setup menu. If you move the  
heat set point temperature to close to the cool set point  
temperature the cool set point temperature will move  
away from the heat set point temperature to maintain the  
dead band. Conversely the heat set point temperature will  
move if you adjust the cool set point temperature to  
close. There are programmable limits for both heat and  
cool, which you will not be able to exceed. These values  
are accessible from the User Setup Menu.  
time if this period is to use program mode.  
Pressing NEXT again will bring you to the next period’s  
mode.  
When all the periods for a day have been set, the start  
time for the next weekday will be displayed to begin edit-  
ing the settings for that day.  
The sequence of days that you may program pro-  
gresses the weekdays MON - FRI, and repeats.  
Then press and hold the FAN button for over 2 sec-  
onds to return to Weekday temperature editing or rotate  
the dial back to RUN to and accept all current values and  
end the programming session.  
When you have changed the Cool set point to your  
desired temperature, press NEXT to advance to the next  
period. Its start time will be flashing indicating that it is  
under edit.  
4.4.3 WEEKEND PROGRAMMING  
Weekend programming is identical to weekday program-  
ming except rotate the dial to set weekend programs, and  
the sequence of days that you may program is SAT, SUN  
and then repeating this two day sequence.  
When all the periods for a day have been set, the start  
time for the next weekday will be displayed to begin edit-  
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Stage one of a cooling system will be deactivated at the  
value of swing 1 below the temperature set point.  
4.4.4 COPY PROGRAMMING  
The COPY button allows you to easily copy temperature  
or fan programs from any day, to any other day, to all  
weekdays, to both weekend days, or all days. The Copy  
function copies only the temperature or fan program  
from a day, not both at the same time. To copy a day’s  
temperature or fan programs from one day to others:  
Stage two of a heating system will be activated at the  
value of (swing 1 + swing 2) below the temperature set  
point. The auxiliary heat indicator AUX HT will be visible  
when a second stage of heat is activated. Stage two of  
cooling will be activated at the value of (swing 1 + swing  
2) above the temperature set point.  
In the appropriate programming mode press COPY.  
Stage two of a heating or cooling system will be deac-  
The display will show COPY FROM with current day  
being programmed flashing below.  
tivated at the temperature set point.  
Stage three of a heating system will be activated at the  
Use the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to select the day  
value of (swing 1 + 2*swing 2) below the temperature  
set point.  
you want to copy from. Selections are:  
Any single day, SUN - SAT  
Stage three of a heating or cooling system will be  
All weekdays MON to FRI  
deactivated at the temperature set point.  
Both weekend days SAT and SUN  
All days at once SUN – SAT  
7. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE  
If you have any problems installing or using this thermo-  
stat, please carefully and thoroughly review the instruc-  
tion 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 http://www.luxproproducts.com. Our web site  
offers you answers to the most common technical ques-  
tions, and also permits you to email your questions to  
our technical support staff at your convenience.  
Press NEXT.  
Again use the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to select the  
day or days you want to copy.  
Press NEXT to accept the displayed copy to days, and  
the copy will be complete.  
5. BATTERIES/MAINTENANCE  
Depending on your installation, your unit may require  
batteries to control your HVAC system. If required,  
replace your thermostat’s batteries at least once a year or  
when the battery symbol appears in the display.  
5.1. BATTERY INSTALLATION  
8. WARRANTY  
1. Remove fresh batteries from their carton.  
2. Remove body of thermostat as described during  
installation.  
Limited Warranty: If this unit fails because of defects in  
materials or workmanship within three years of date of  
original purchase, LUX Products Corporation will, at its  
option, repair or replace it. This warranty does not cover  
damage by accident, misuse, or failure to follow installa-  
tion instructions. Implied warranties are limited in dura-  
tion to three years from 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 participating retailer from which 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 conse-  
quential damage resulting from installation and use of  
this unit. Some states do not allow the exclusion of inci-  
dental 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. only.  
3. Remove the used batteries if present and replace them  
within 90 seconds to avoid having to reset the day and  
time.  
4. Install two new “AA” size Energizer or Duracell alkaline  
batteries in the battery compartment. Observe the polari-  
ty marking shown in the compartment.  
WARNING: Use Energizer® or DURACELL®  
Alkaline Batteries Only.  
5. Place the thermostat body back on the wall.  
NOTE: Replace your thermostat’s batteries with new alkaline  
batteries at least once a year or when the battery symbol  
appears in the display.  
The use of high quality alkaline batteries is absolutely  
required for your thermostat to operate properly.  
6. TECHNICAL DETAILS  
6.1. STAGING  
Stage one of a heating system will be activated at the  
value of swing 1 below the temperature set point. Stage  
one of a cooling system will be activated at the value of  
swing 1 above the temperature set point.  
Stage one of a heating system will be deactivated at  
the value of swing 1 above the temperature set point.  
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