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Thermostat Value Series  
RS4000, RS5000 and RS600  
UNI-LINE® PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE  
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Subjects We Will Cover In This Session  
Thermostat Products and Features  
Robertshaw® Value RS456 Series  
Manufacturer Comparison  
Installation and Set-Up  
Powering Thermostat  
Pop-Up Wizard  
Password Protection  
System Test Mode  
Where to Find Information  
Q&A  
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Thermostat Series – Product Overview  
Robertshaw® i2 Deluxe Series  
Setup Wizard  
Time of day zoning  
Independent remote and outdoor sensor terminals  
RS4000, RS5000, and RS6000 Value Series  
Pop-up Configuration Wizard  
Auto Changeover  
Circulating Fan  
RS2000 and RS3000 Economy Series  
Adjustable Temperature Differential  
Worry-Free Memory Retention  
Low Temperature Freeze Protection  
Filter Indicator  
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Nomenclature for RS Series  
Application  
2 = Non-Programmable, Economy Series  
3 = 5-2 Day Programmable, Economy Series  
0 = Standard Thermostat  
Number of Cooling Stages  
Number of Heating Stages  
4 = Non-Programmable, Value Series  
5 = 5-2 Day Programmable, Value Series  
6 = 7-Day Programmable, Value Series  
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Robertshaw Value Series Thermostats  
RS4000 Series; Non-programmable  
RS4110  
RS4220  
RS4320  
1 Heat / 1 Cool; Universal Application*  
2 Heat / 2 Cool; Universal Application*  
3 Heat / 2 Cool; Universal Application*  
RS5000 Series; Programmable; (5-2 Day Schedule)  
RS5110  
RS5220  
1 Heat / 1 Cool; Universal Application*  
2 Heat / 2 Cool; Universal Application*  
RS6000 Series; Programmable (7 Day Schedule)  
RS6110  
RS6220  
RS6320  
1 Heat / 1 Cool; Universal Application*  
2 Heat / 2 Cool; Universal Application*  
3 Heat / 2 Cool; Universal Application*  
* Electric, Gas, Oil, Heat Pump and Millivolt Systems  
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Features: RS4000, RS5000 & RS6000 Series  
Pop-up Wizard  
Engineered True Blue backlight display  
Largest Temperature Display Character Size  
Soft Touch Keys  
Set-up Test Mode  
Auto Changeover  
Circulating Fan  
Low Temperature Freeze Protection  
High Temperature Protection  
High / Low Temperature Limits  
Easy Change Battery Access  
California Title 24 Compliant  
5 Year Limited Warranty  
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RS4000, RS5000 And RS6000 Series  
Installation And Set-Up  
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Installation - Mounting  
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Wiring Diagram Including Heat Pump Switch  
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Poll Question #1  
G terminal (Green) connects to:  
a) Fan relay  
b) Condenser  
c) Humidifier solenoid  
W terminal (White) connects to:  
a) Emergency heat  
G
W
Y
b) First stage heating relay  
c) Fan relay  
Y terminal (Yellow) connects to:  
a) Heat contact  
b) Reversing Valve  
c) Cooling contact  
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Installation – Initial Set-up  
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Installation – Powering Thermostat  
Robertshaw® Value Series Thermostats may be powered by either  
24V AC or 2 (AA) Batteries  
Thermostats with batteries will continue to function if 24V AC fails  
Installing Batteries  
Battery tray is a drawer in the thermostat body  
Pinch both sides and pull tray out from bottom  
Install two AA batteries  
Follow polarity as shown on inside tray  
Slide tray back into the body  
Battery Charge mode has two levels :  
Level 1: Low battery icon. Change batteries soon.  
Level 2: Low battery icon with flash. Change batteries  
immediately because the system will not operate!  
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Poll Question #2  
Robertshaw® Value Series Thermostats are powered by:  
A. 24 Volts AC or AA Batteries  
B. Line Voltage or AAA Batteries  
C. Line Voltage only  
D. Batteries only  
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Access to Pop-Up Wizard After Start up  
Press the UP and DOWN buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds  
Pop-Up Wizard will initiate  
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Pop-Up Wizard Configuration Chart  
Displayed  
Choice  
Default  
F°  
F° or C°  
SCAL  
CLOC  
12 or 24 hour  
12  
LITE  
1=always on, 0=off  
0
Set Differential, 0.5-3 F° or 0.5-1.5 C°  
Set 2nd Stage Differential, 1-6 F° or 0.5-3 C°  
2nd stage time delay, 5-40 min  
3rd stage time delay, 5-40 min  
Enable Auto change over, Y = Yes, N = No  
Deadband in Degree’s, 1 – 8 F°  
Upper heating limit, 45-90 F°  
Lower Cooling Limit, 45-90 F°  
Vacation Heating Set point, 45-90 F°  
Vacation Cooling Set point, 45-90 F°  
Filter Monitor, hours, OFF – 9900  
Compressor Short Cycle Delay, minutes, 0 – 5  
Temperature Calibration Offset, - 3 to 3 F°  
1 F°  
2 F°  
20  
DIFF  
DIF2*  
DLY2*  
DLY3**  
AUTO  
20  
Y
3 F°  
90 F°  
45 F°  
60 F°  
85 F°  
OFF  
5
DEDB  
HI  
LO  
VAC HEAT***  
VAC COOL***  
CHECK  
CYCL  
CAL  
0
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Password Protection  
Press UP and HEAT/COOL buttons simultaneously  
Hold for 10 seconds  
Use the UP and DOWN to enter the desired digit  
Use the HEAT/COOL button to move to the next digit  
The password will be saved after 10 seconds  
A lock will appear in the:  
Upper left hand corner for RS4000 series  
Lower right hand corner for RS5000 and RS6000 series  
Default passwords are the following:  
RS4000 is 81  
RS5000 and RS6000 is 8115  
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System Test Mode  
Press FAN and HEAT/COOL buttons simultaneously  
Hold for 10 seconds  
Press the HEAT/COOL button to turn on heat  
Only FAN, HEAT/COOL and Start/Stop buttons are active  
A second press will turn on 2nd stage of heat (on multistage models)  
Continuous pressing of HEAT/COOL button will turn on cooling  
Short Cycle protection is not enabled. May damage equipment and should  
only be performed by certified HVAC technicians  
Push START/STOP to exit test mode on RS5000 and RS6000 series  
Push UP or DOWN to exit test mode on RS4000 series  
30 minute time out if you forget to place back into operation mode  
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Staging Parameters  
Single Stage Models  
Demand  
Conventional (Non – HP)  
Y1 & G  
Heat Pump (HP)  
Y1 & G & O  
First Stage Cool  
First Stage Heat  
W1 & G (note, G is Off for Gas, On for Electric) Y1 & G & B  
Multi Stage Models  
Demand  
Conventional (Non – HP)  
Heat Pump (HP)  
Y1 & G & O  
First Stage Cool  
Y1 & G  
Second Stage Cool  
First Stage Heat  
Y1& Y2 & G  
W1 & G  
Y1 & Y2 & G & O  
Y1 & G & B  
Second Stage Heat (2H/2C)  
Second Stage Heat (3H/2C)  
Third Stage Heat  
Emergency Heat  
W1 & W2 & G  
W1 & W2 & G  
n/a  
Y1 & W2 & G & B  
Y1 & W2 & G & B  
Y1 & W2 & E & G & B  
E & G  
n/a  
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Poll Question #3  
What is activated when UP and DOWN buttons are pushed  
simultaneously for 10 seconds?  
A. Password Setup  
B. System Test Mode  
C. Pop-Up Wizard  
D. Auto changeover  
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RS456 Value Series – Manufacturer Comparison  
White-  
Rodgers  
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Features  
Robertshaw  
Honeywell  
Braeburn  
Lux  
RS4000 / RS5000  
RS6000  
TH5000  
TH6000  
3000  
5000  
DMH110 / DHP2120  
TX500E / HP2110  
Family Model or SKU  
1F80 series  
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Auto Changeover  
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Pop-Up Wizard  
Test Option  
High & Low Temp  
Limits  
Freeze & Heat  
Protection  
Universal Equipment  
Adjustable Compressor  
Short Cycle  
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Circulating Fan  
Adjustable 2nd Stage  
Delay  
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RS456 Value Series – Pros and Cons  
Features  
Pros for Robertshaw®  
Competition  
More Trips to  
Thermostat  
Better Comfort in Spring & Fall  
Auto Changeover  
Pop-Up  
Simplifies Start-up &  
Installation  
Requires Complicated  
Codes  
Programming  
Wizard  
Minimizes Temperature  
Adjustments  
High & Low Temp  
Limits  
Higher Energy Use  
Less Use of IAQ  
Equipment  
Circulating Fan  
Effective Use of IAQ Equipment  
Universal  
Equipment &  
Power  
Gas, Electric, Oil, Heat Pump  
Battery or 24V  
Requires Separate  
SKU s  
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RS456 Value Series – Value Proposition  
Wholesaler /  
Features  
Contractor  
End-User  
Distributor  
Less  
Programming  
Less SKU s on Shelf  
Greater Comfort  
Auto Changeover  
Faster  
Programming  
And Start-up  
Pop-Up  
Wizard  
Setup Right the  
First Time  
Easier to Sell  
High & Low  
Temperature  
Limits  
Minimizes  
Temperature  
Swings  
Offers Greater  
Control  
More Features  
Better Use of  
Comfort &  
Circulating Fan  
Upsell Other Products  
Less Inventory to Carry  
IAQ Equipment  
Energy Savings  
Universal  
Equipment &  
Power  
Right Product  
for Right Job  
Flexibility on  
New Systems  
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More Features + Less Money = Value Series  
RS456 Series  
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Sales Tools for the Value Series  
Sell Sheet Part Numbers: 150-2089, 150-2090, & 150-2091  
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Choosing the Right Thermostat  
Trusted Brand – Dependable and reliable with a history of  
innovative products.  
Universal Products – The right product for the job. Simplifies  
inventory. Assured compatibility.  
Availability – Where you need it, when you need it.  
Quality – Works right the first time.  
Contractor Friendly – Simple set-up and programming  
menus. Saves time & money. Eliminates second guessing.  
Support – Sales and technical support for all your needs.  
Innovative – Leading technology for maximum performance.  
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Troubleshooting Furnaces  
There is NO HEAT!  
Switch on side of furnace  
9Most furnaces will have an ON/OFF wall switch next to them  
Fuses and/or circuit breaker  
9Make sure fuses and/or circuit breaker have been checked  
Front furnace cover  
9Many furnaces will not operate with cover off  
Furnace filter  
9Make sure furnace filter is clean and clear  
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Troubleshooting Thermostats  
There is NO HEAT!  
Thermostat settings  
9Is thermostat in HEAT mode and calling for heat?  
Wiring  
9Is thermostat wired properly and is jumper there?  
Relays (if applicable)  
9Are relays clicking on a call for heat?  
Jumping terminals  
9Does furnace cycle if the Ground and W terminals are jumped?  
NOTE: Remember most all gas furnaces will run the inducer fan for a  
couple of minutes before the actual blower turns on. This inducer  
fan may not be heard if the furnace is in a remote location.  
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When You Have Uni-Line® Questions  
Telephone:  
Technical Service  
Technical Service Fax 1-630-260-7294  
Customer Service 1-800-304-6563  
1-800-445-8299  
Customer Service Fax 1-800-426-0804  
Website:  
Uni-Line® Catalog Website: www.Uni-Line.com  
General Information Websites for:  
Robertshaw®, Paragon®, Eliwell™, Ranco®, and Publication Zone®  
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All third party trademarks and service marks are the proprietary marks of their respective owners.  
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