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MODEL CA8900 Z-Wave®  
Digital Thermostat  
Installation and User Instructions  
Description and Features  
The CA8900 is a digital thermostat that can be con-  
trolled wirelessly with Z-Wave controllers supporting  
the Thermostat General V2 Device Class. The thermo-  
stat is compatible with all standard 24 VAC heating  
and cooling systems, up to two-stage heat, one-stage  
cool, and two-stage heat pump. The CA8900 operates  
as a simple thermostat with buttons to set target tem-  
peratures for heat and cool modes. The Save Energy  
button adds two more modes for target temperatures  
to provide a single button set-back mode for easy op-  
eration. It can easily be retrofitted to existing systems  
as part of a Z-wave control strategy.  
The CA8900 Wireless Thermostat provides two-way  
communication as part of a Z-Wave® network. When  
it receives commands from the Central Controller  
Unit, it sends back confirmation that the command  
was received and imple-  
This thermostat can be used with all 24VAC heat-  
ing and cooling systems. It cannot be used with line  
voltage systems.  
The CA8900 is digital and your desired heat or cool  
temperatures can easily be set on the large screen  
with the TEMP UP (+) and TEMP DOWN (-) buttons  
on the front.  
mented. Each module in a  
Z-Wave network communi-  
cates with every other mod-  
ule, acting as a “repeater”  
A minimum 4-minute off time protects heating and  
cooling systems from damage.  
This thermostat uses a new technique called sequen-  
tial staging for more comfort with faster reaction to  
requested temperature changes.  
and routing your commands  
to their destination by the most reliable pathway.  
When Z-Wave devices (regardless of manufacturer)  
are installed throughout the house, signals are au-  
tomatically routed around obstacles or dead spots,  
strengthening the network as more devices are added.  
The Z-Wave icon shows on the lower right of the dis-  
play panel, indicating that the thermostat is in contact  
with the controller. If the icon is not present, commu-  
nication has been lost. If this occurs, all remote HVAC  
functions are shut off.  
NOTE: When using a heat pump with auxiliary  
heat, if the heat pump cannot keep up and/or is  
defective, remove jumper from position 2B and put  
jumper on position 2A. This will make the auxiliary  
heat your only source of heat. Be sure to restore it  
to PUMP when the pump is again operational, as  
auxiliary heat is more expensive than pump heat.  
For more information, see page 3.  
This guide is in two parts:  
Part One: Operating Guide —  
for the homeowner or end user.  
Part Two Installing Guide —  
for the installer or technician.  
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Part One: Operating Guide  
Operating the CA8900  
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To set the thermostat to control your heating system,  
press the HEAT button so the word HEAT displays.  
Press again to turn OFF. The word HEAT will flash  
when the thermostat is calling for heat.  
Press the TEMP UP and TEMP DOWN buttons to select  
the desired temperature. The word TARGET will be  
displayed with the temperature you are setting. (The  
display will return to showing room temperature in 5  
seconds.)  
To set the thermostat to control your cooling system,  
press the COOL button so the word COOL displays.  
Press again to turn OFF. The word COOL will flash  
when the thermostat is calling for cooling.  
Slide the fan switch to AUTO to automatically run  
the systems fan during heating and cooling.  
Slide the fan switch to ON to run the fan continu-  
ously, even without heating and cooling.  
Using the SAVE ENERGY Button  
The NORMAL and SAVE ENERGY buttons allow you to  
quickly switch from the NORMAL programmed target  
temp to a pre-determined set-back temperature, called  
the Save Energy temp.  
When in HEAT mode:  
a. Press the SAVE ENERGY button. The words SAVE  
and TARGET appear.  
b. Press the TEMP UP or TEMP DOWN buttons to set  
the SAVE ENERGY temperature for heating, or  
you can accept the default temperature of 65°F.  
After 5 seconds, the display shows the room  
temperature and the words SAVE HEAT.  
When in COOL mode:  
Press the NORMAL button to return to the pro-  
grammed target heat or cool temperature, (depend-  
ing on which mode you are in). You can press the  
TEMP UP or TEMP DOWN buttons to change this target  
temperature. After 5 seconds, the display shows room  
temperature.  
a. Press the SAVE ENERGY button. The words SAVE  
and TARGET appear.  
b. Press the TEMP UP or TEMP DOWN buttons to set  
the SAVE ENERGY temperature for cooling, or  
you can accept the default temperature of 80°F.  
After 5 seconds, the display shows the room  
temperature and the words COOL SAVE.  
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Joining to a Z-Wave® Network  
To join a Z-Wave network, set the Z-Wave controller  
to INCLUDE mode, then press and release the BIND  
button on the CA8900 thermostat. Follow instructions  
provided with your controller. You would also use the  
BIND button when excluding from a Z-Wave network.  
Low Battery Warning  
When the batteries are low, the battery  
icon on the display panel will flash. The two  
AA batteries in the unit need to be replaced.  
These batteries are not for operation, but  
provide battery backup for your settings. The  
thermostat requires 24VAC for operation, and  
the HVAC system will stop function if the thermostat  
loses power.  
Replace the batteries as soon as you see the flashing  
battery icon. Press the RESET button after replacing  
batteries.  
Fahrenheit / Celsius  
Indicator  
Displaying Fahrenheit or Celsius  
Whether the temperature display panel displays in  
Fahrenheit or Celsius depends on the position of the  
F/C jumper. The F/C jumper is at the top right of the  
PCB, called Jumper 4 in the diagram below.  
With the jumper removed, the display is in Fahren-  
heit (the default setting).  
Current Temperature  
Display  
SET Temperature  
Display  
With the jumper placed on both pins, the display is  
JP1  
JP2  
in Celsius (centigrade).  
4
5
When the jumper is changed, you  
must press the RESET button on the  
front of the thermostat.  
JP5 1  
JP3 2  
JP34  
A
B
Celsius/Fahrenheit Jumper  
Setting a Heat Pump’s AUX ONLY Mode  
If you have a heat pump with auxiliary heat and the  
heat pump is not working or cannot keep up with heat  
demand, you can use the auxiliary heat only.  
Move the jumper from position 2B [heat pump] to  
position 2A [Aux only].  
JP1  
JP2  
JP5  
JP3 2  
JP4  
A
B
Heat Pump/  
Aux Only  
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Part Two: Installing Guide  
WARNING–Risk of Fire or Electric Shock  
To avoid fire, shock, or death, and to prevent damage to the furnace,  
air conditioner, and thermostat, disconnect the power supply before  
beginning work. This can be done at the circuit breaker, or at the  
appliance.  
Do not short (jumper) across electric terminals at control on  
furnace or air conditioner to test the system. This will damage the  
thermostat and void your warranty.  
All wiring must conform to local codes and ordinances.  
Your thermostat is a precise instrument, handle it with care.  
Do not turn electricity back on until work is completed.  
This thermostat is designed for use with 24 volt AC systems. The  
thermostat should be limited to a maximum of 1.0 amps; higher  
amperage may cause damage to the thermostat.  
Tools Needed  
#1 Phillips screwdriver (small)  
Drill with 3/16-in. (4.8mm) bit  
television, radiator register, or fireplace; near hot  
water pipes in a wall; near a stove on the other side  
of a wall.  
1 – Location of Thermostat  
Replacement installations—mount the new thermostat  
in place of the old one.  
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.  
New installations—follow the guidelines listed below.  
Locate the thermostat on an inside wall, about 5 ft.  
(1.5m) above the floor, and in a room that is used  
Do not locate in a damp area. This can lead to corro-  
sion that will shorten thermostat life.  
often.  
Good  
Do not install it  
where there are  
unusual heating  
conditions, such  
as: in direct  
Do not locate where air circulation is poor, such as:  
in a corner or an alcove; or behind an open door.  
Do not install the unit until all construction work  
and painting has been completed.  
5ft.  
(1.5m)  
This thermostat does not require leveling.  
sunlight; near  
a lamp, radio,  
2. Attach labels (enclosed) to each wire for identifica-  
tion.  
2 – Label Wires from Old Unit  
IMPORTANT : LABEL ALL  
WIRES BEFORE DISCONNECT-  
ING THEM!  
NOTE: Read instructions carefully before remov-  
ing any wiring from existing thermostat. Wires  
must be labeled before they are removed. THERE  
IS NO STANDARD COLOR CODE. When remov-  
ing wires from their terminals, ignore the color of  
the wires since these may not comply with any  
standard.  
Switch electricity to the furnace  
and air conditioner OFF; then  
proceed with the following steps.  
1. Remove cover from old thermostat. Most are snap-  
on types and simply pull off. Some have locking  
screws on the side or front. These must be loos-  
ened. Note the letters printed near the terminals.  
NOTE: Make sure the wires do not fall back in-  
side the wall. You can wind them around a pencil  
to keep them from falling.  
3 – Remove Old Unit  
1. Label the wires one at a time. You must label all the  
wires before you proceed.  
3. Loosen all screws on the old thermostat and re-  
move it from the wall.  
2. With all wires labeled, remove them from the old  
unit.  
4. Fill wall opening with non-combustible insulation  
to prevent drafts.  
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4 – Mount the CA8900 Thermostat  
5. If you are mounting the  
base to drywall or if you  
are using the old mount-  
ing holes, use the plastic  
anchors provided. Drill  
a 3/16-in. (4.8mm) hole  
for the insert at each  
Terminal  
Block  
1. Separate front from back of  
unit. Grasp the thermostat  
and pry the body away from  
the base, lift up to remove  
the body from the base. Set  
aside the control unit.  
Hole in  
wall  
Control unit  
[body]  
Thermostat Base  
2. Hold the base against the  
wall, with the wires coming  
screw location, and then  
mount the base.  
through the opening below the terminal block.  
6. Thread wires through the hole in the thermostat  
base.  
3. Thread wires through the hole in the thermostat  
base. Take care not to “short” wires.  
7. Leave wires loose in the opening, take care that  
they do not “short.”  
4. Position the base for best appearance. Mark the  
holes in pencil for drilling or mount directly to the  
wall with the two screws provided.  
Before You Connect Wires  
Please follow these guidelines for safe and secure wire  
connections.  
Which wires do you have?  
Use the Step-By-Step diagram as  
your guide.  
Determine which step-by-step wiring diagram you  
should use from the next pages. Make sure your  
wires are labeled. This may require you to find the  
‘other end’ connection for each wire on your heat-  
ing or air conditioning equipment and read the label  
there.  
Strip 3/8” of the wire and form as  
shown  
Take care not to damage the labels for each wire in  
handling.  
You must have a wire marked “C” (24VAC) for the  
CA8900 to operate. Without the 24VAC power, the  
CA8900 will run on its back-up batteries for just a  
few days.  
Fan wires out as illustrated with CA8900 below the  
wall opening.  
Wires will dress behind the CA8900 and up over the  
terminal area.  
Do not bunch wires behind CA8900. Feed slack  
back into the wall opening.  
Connect labeled wires only to a terminal with cor-  
responding letter.  
CAUTION: Do not allow wires to touch each other  
or parts on thermostat.  
Insert the wire in the terminal and tighten the screw  
securely.  
You will need to  
set Configura-  
tion Jumpers  
4
5
per the Step-By-  
Step diagram. A  
1
2
3
Jumpers  
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5 – Find and Use the Set-Up Diagram for Your System  
Find the reference page with your wiring diagram and  
jumper set-up information. Remember, the C wire  
[24vac power] is not optional.  
If your combination of wires is not shown here, you  
can use the Wiring Reference Guide beginning on  
page 11 to determine your connections, or contact  
Customer Service for help.  
1. Connect the R (or RH) wire to the RH terminal on the CA8900.  
WIRES:  
2 WIRE HEAT  
+C  
This connects the Heater Power to the thermostat.  
C W RH  
From  
2. Connect the W wire to the W on the CA8900. This connects the  
2 Wire  
Furnace  
Heat +C  
heater control line to the CA8900.  
3. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
nects 24vac power.  
1
4. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
- If you have Electric heat, set 1A.  
- If you have Gas or Oil, set 1B.  
3
2
4
5
A
B
C
R
W
OPTIONAL POWER  
Your system is now connected. Continue on page 9.  
W
2
C B O  
W Y  
RH RC G A  
CA8900 Terminals  
1. Based on your valve type:  
WIRES:  
3 Wire Zoned  
Hot Water  
+C  
W RH A  
- Motor driven Valve - Connect the R (or RH) wire to the RH ter-  
minal on the CA8900. Connect the W wire to the W terminal  
on the CA8900. Connect the remaining wire to the A terminal.  
From  
Furnace  
3 Wire  
Zoned  
Hot Water +C  
- Solenoid valve -Connect the R (or RH) wire to the RH terminal  
on the CA8900. Connect the W wire to the A terminal on the  
CA8900. Connect the remaining wire to the W terminal.  
C
A
Motor Valve  
2. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
C
W
R
A
nects 24vac power.  
1
2
3
4
5
3. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
Your system is now connected.  
Continue on page 9.  
C B O  
W W  
Y
2
RH RC G A  
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WIRES:  
1. Connect the R (or RH) wire to the RH terminal on the CA8900. This  
C W RH G  
3 Wire  
Heat  
+C  
connects to the Heater Power.  
From  
3 Wire  
Furnace  
2. Connect the W wire to the W terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
Heat +C  
nects the heater control line to the CA8900.  
3. Connect the G wire to the G terminal on the thermostat. This con-  
nects the Fan to the CA8900  
W
4. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
nects 24vac power.  
5. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
HVAC SYSTEM  
1
3
C
R
G
2
4
5
W
OPTIONAL POWER  
A
B
- If you have Electric heat, set 1A.  
- If you have Gas or Oil, set 1B.  
Your system is now connected.  
Continue on page 9.  
C B O  
W
2
W Y  
RH RC G A  
CA8900 Terminals  
WIRES:  
1. Connect the W wire to the W terminal on the thermostat. This con-  
C W Y RH G  
4 Wire  
Heat/Cool  
+C  
nects to the heater control line.  
From  
4 Wire  
Heat/Cool  
+C  
Furnace  
2. Connect the Y wire to the Y terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
nects to the Cool compressor.  
3. Connect the RH or R wire to the RH terminal on the thermostat.  
This connects the Heater/Cool Power.  
W
4. Connect the G wire to the G terminal on the Thermostat. This  
connects to the Fan.  
HVAC SYSTEM  
5. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
C
W
Y
R
G
nects 24vac power.  
1
6. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
- If you have Electric heat set 1A.  
- if you have Gas or Oil set 1B.  
3
4
5
2
A
B
C B O  
W
2
W Y  
RH RC G A  
CA8900 Terminals  
Your system is now connected. Continue on page 9.  
WIRES:  
1. Connect the W wire to the W terminal on the thermostat. This  
5
C W Y RH RC G  
connects to the heater control line.  
From  
Wire  
Heat/  
Cool  
+C  
5 Wire  
Furnace  
2. Connect the Y wire to the Y terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
Heat/Cool  
+C  
nects to the Cool compressor.  
3. Connect the RH wire to the RH terminal and the RC wire to the  
RC terminal on the CA8900. This connects the Heater and Cool  
Power.  
W
G
4. Connect the G wire to the G terminal on the Thermostat. This  
connects to the Fan.  
HVAC SYSTEM  
RH RC  
W Y  
G
C
5. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900.This con-  
nects 24vac power.  
1
3
4
5
2
6. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
- If you have Electric heat set 1A.  
- If you have Gas or Oil set 1B.  
A
B
C B O  
W
2
W Y  
RH RC G A  
CA8900 Terminals  
Your system is now connected. Continue on page 9.  
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1. Connect O wire to the O terminal or B wire to the B terminal  
on the CA8900. (If you have both O and B, connect O wire to O  
terminal  
WIRES:  
4 Wire  
C B or O Y RH G  
Heat  
From  
4 Wire Heat Pump  
Furnace  
Pump  
w/o Aux Heat +C  
DO NOT connect B to B terminal. (See page 10 Trane for the B  
wire terminal.) This connects the change-over valve.  
w/o  
Aux  
+C  
2. Connect the Y wire to Y on the CA8900. This connects the Com-  
B
pressor.  
G
3. Connect the R (or RH) wire to RH on the CA8900. This connects  
to the 24vac power.  
HEAT PUMP SYSTEM  
4. Connect the G wire to the G terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
C
OorB  
RH  
Y
G
nects the Fan.  
5. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
or  
nects 24vac power.  
1
2
3
4
5
C B O  
W
2
W Y  
RH RC G A  
6. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
CA8900 Terminals  
Your system is now connected. Continue on page 9.  
1. Connect O wire to the O terminal or B wire to the B terminal on the  
CA8900. If you have both O and B, connect O wire to O terminal.  
WIRES:  
5 Wire  
Heat  
Pump  
w/ Aux  
Heat +C  
C B or O W2 Y R H G  
From  
5 Wire  
DO NOT connect B to B terminal. See page 10 Trane for B  
wire terminal.  
Furnace  
Heat Pump  
w/ Aux Heat  
+C  
2. Connect the W2 wire to W2 on the CA8900.  
3. Connect the Y wire to Y on the CA8900.  
4. Connect the R wire to RH on the CA8900.  
5. Connect the G wire to G on the CA8900.  
B
G
6. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
HEAT PUMP SYSTEM  
W2  
nects 24vac power.  
OPTIONAL POWER  
C
B
R
Y
G
Oor  
7. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
1
2
3
4
5
or  
8. Set jumper 5 if you have Gas  
or Oil aux heat.  
C B O  
W
2
W Y  
RH RC G A  
CA8900 Terminals  
Your system is now connected. Continue on page 9.  
1. Connect the W wire to the W terminal and W2 to W2 on the  
WIRES:  
2 Stage  
C W2 W Y R H G  
CA8900. This connects 2 stages of heat.  
Heat and  
1 Stage  
Cool +C  
From  
2. Connect the Y wire to the Y terminal wire on the CA8900. This  
1 stage Cool  
Furnace  
2 stage Heat  
+C  
connects cool.  
3. Connect the RH or R wire to the RH terminal on the thermostat. This  
connects the Heater/Cool Power.  
W
2
4. Connect the G wire to the G terminal on the Thermostat. This  
RH  
connects to the Fan.  
5. Connect the C wire to the C terminal on the CA8900. This con-  
HVAC SYSTEM  
nects 24vac power  
W2  
RH  
G
C
W
Y
1
OPTIONAL  
POWER  
6. Set Config jumpers as shown.  
- If you have Electric heat, set 1A.  
- If you have Gas or Oil, set 1B.  
3
4
5
2
A
B
C B O  
W
2
W Y  
RH RC G A  
CA8900 Terminals  
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6 – Install AA Batteries  
While the CA8900 requires the C wire (24VAC) to  
operate. It also requires 2AA batteries to back-up the  
24VAC power for up to a few days.  
+
AA  
-
+
AA  
-
1. Install 2 AA alkaline batteries according to the polar-  
ity noted in the compartment. LCD segments will go  
on.  
2. Press the RESET button (on front of the thermostat)  
to clear transient program memory.  
NOTE: Replace the batteries when  
this LOW battery indicator appears  
on the display or once a year.  
COOL  
When you have finished inserting the batteries:  
1. Attach control unit to wall unit.  
2. Hook the top of the body onto the base.  
3. Swing the body down, and  
4. Snap the body onto the base.  
7 – Check Out the CA8900 Unit  
TEMP UP  
Follow these procedures to verify you have correctly  
installed the CA8900.  
Turn power to the system back on.  
COOL  
To check Fan: (If you connected the G wire – fan relay)  
1. Slide the FAN switch to the ON position.  
RESET  
2. Verify that air is blowing from the system.  
NORMAL  
AU  
TO  
SA  
VE  
ENERG  
ON  
HE  
AT  
Y
COOL  
FAN  
3. Return to AUTO position for normal operation.  
HEAT  
Button  
TEMP  
DOWN  
Fan  
COOL  
Button  
To check HEAT mode:  
1. Press HEAT button, setting the mode to HEAT. The  
word HEAT displays.  
3. Press the TEMP DOWN (–) button to a temp 5 de-  
grees below the room temp.  
2. Slide the FAN switch to AUTO.  
4. Allow the system 2 minutes to respond.  
5. Verify that cool air is blowing from the system.  
6. Press the COOL button to shut cooling off.  
3. Using the TEMP UP (+) button, raise the Target Temp  
to 90° F.  
4. Allow the system 2 min to respond.  
5. Verify that heat is blowing from the system.  
6. Press the HEAT button to shut heat off.  
Congratulations, you have successfully  
installed your unit.  
Please proceed to the OPERATING Guide  
to initialize the CA8900.  
To check COOL mode:  
1. Press the COOL button, setting the mode to COOL.  
The word COOL displays.  
NOTE: If you have labeled your wires, followed the  
correct Step-By-Step, and these Check procedures do  
not operate your system, call Customer Support.  
2. Slide the FAN switch to AUTO.  
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Power Requirement  
24VAC Required!  
ground side of the line voltage. With the C wire con-  
nected, the thermostat will continue to work if the bat-  
teries die or are removed. The batteries are for back-up  
in case of power loss and only will last a few days.  
In case of total power loss the NORMAL and SAVE  
energy settings will return to their default settings (see  
operation guide) when power is reapplied.  
This thermostat must run on the  
HVAC 24VAC (C) wire.  
As shown in the wiring diagrams, the C wire is the  
other side of the 24VAC heating transformer and can  
be found where the other thermostat wires connect at  
the wall or at the furnace. Do not use the common or  
Changing Calibration  
Your thermostat comes from the factory calibrated to  
+/- 1 degree of actual temperature. It is an accurate  
instrument. If you want your thermostat to display the  
same temperature as another thermometer in your  
home, you can adjust its calibration.  
To change the calibration:  
1. Remove the top cover.  
OFF  
ON  
2. Locate the Calibration switch and slide it to the ON  
position. The current calibration factor (+/-) of the  
CA8900 will appear in the LCD display.  
3. Push the UP or DOWN arrows until the desired cali-  
bration factor is reached.  
Calibrate  
switch  
4. Slide the Calibration switch to the OFF position.  
The new calibrated temperature will be displayed  
on the LCD.  
Wire Reference Guide  
Your Wires Intermatic Terminal  
Your Wires Intermatic Terminal  
R or V or V R RH and RC Single power for HEAT and COOL  
E
L
T
B or  
Emergency heat (do not connect, tape off)  
System monitor (do not connect, tape off)  
Outdoor sensor (do not connect, tape off)  
B Heat pump changeover  
(cool to heat, powered in heat)  
O Heat pump changeover  
(heat to cool, powered in cool)  
If there are both B and O wires  
(Trane pump products). DO NOT CONNECT B to B  
terminal, connect B to C terminal.  
RH or 4  
RC  
W
RH Power for HEAT (RH not connected to RC)  
RC Power for COOL (RH not connected to RC)  
W Heat control  
O
W2  
?
Y
W2 2nd stage HEAT or heat pump auxiliary heat  
A 3rd wire for zoned hot water heat (see zoned)  
Y COOL control  
B and O  
Y2  
G or F  
C or X  
2nd stage COOL control (do not connect; tape off)  
G FAN control  
C Common 24VAC power (to power thermostat)  
Zoned Systems  
Lennox Heat Pump  
Your Wires  
Intermatic Terminal  
Your Wires  
V or VR or R  
M or Y  
Y or W or W2  
F or G  
Intermatic Terminal  
2 wire Zoned Hot Water  
RH  
Y
R
W
RH  
W
W2  
G
O
3 Wire Zoned Hot Water Motor Driven Valves  
R
W
RH  
W
A
R or O  
X or X2 or C  
C
Y (the 3rd wire)  
Trane Products (Amer Std)  
3 Wire Zoned Hot Water Solenoid Valves  
R
W
Your Wires  
B
W or W1  
Intermatic Terminal  
C
W2  
RH  
A
W
Y (the 3rd wire)  
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Jumper Reference  
HEAT PUMP  
FAN  
C/F  
POWER  
HPAUX  
JP3 TYPE  
JP5  
JP4  
JP1  
TYPE  
JP2  
2A  
AUX HEAT  
ONLY  
JUMPER  
ON  
1A  
RC-RH  
CONCTED  
GAS/OIL  
AUX  
Celsius  
ELECT  
H-PUMP  
3
4
5
2
1
ELECTRIC  
AUX  
RC-RH  
SEPARATE  
Fahrenheit  
2B  
1B  
GAS/OIL  
FURN  
REMOVED  
HEAT PUMP  
WITH AUX  
NO JUMPER  
NO FAN  
NO JUMPER  
NORMAL  
HP AUX  
TYPE  
JP1  
JP2  
4
5
Celsius/  
Fahrenheit  
JP5 1  
JP3 2  
JP34  
A
B
FAN  
CONTROL  
Heat Pump/  
Aux Only  
POWER  
LIMITED ONE-YEAR WARRANTY  
If within one (1) year from the date of purchase, this product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, Intermatic Incorporated will  
repair or replace it, at its sole option, free of charge. This warranty is extended to the original household purchaser only and is not transfer-  
able. This warranty does not apply to: (a) damage to units caused by accident, dropping or abuse in handling, acts of God or any negligent  
use; (b) units which have been subject to unauthorized repair, opened, taken apart or otherwise modified; (c) units not used in accordance  
with instructions; (d) damages exceeding the cost of the product; (e) sealed lamps and/or lamp bulbs, LEDs and batteries; (f) the finish on  
any portion of the product, such as surface and/or weathering, as this is considered normal wear and tear; (g) transit damage, initial installa-  
tion costs, removal costs, or reinstallation costs.  
INTERMATIC INCORPORATED WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT AL-  
LOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLU-  
SION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES. ALL IMPLIED WAR-  
RANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,  
ARE HEREBY MODIFIED TO EXIST ONLY AS CONTAINED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, AND SHALL BE OF THE SAME DURATION AS  
THE WARRANTY PERIOD STATED ABOVE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF AN IMPLIED WAR-  
RANTY, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.  
This warranty service is available by either (a) returning the product to the dealer from whom the unit was purchased, or  
(b) mailing the product, along with proof of purchase, postage prepaid to the authorized service center listed below. This warranty is made  
com Please be sure to wrap the product securely to avoid shipping damage.  
INTERMATIC INCORPORATED, SPRING GROVE, ILLINOIS 60081-9698  
300CA10054  
©2008 Intermatic, Inc.  
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