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69-1081.fm Page 1 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Honeywell CT3611 PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT OWNER’S GUIDE Seven Day Programmable Heat Pump Low Voltage (20 to 30 Vac) Thermostat and Wallplate Model CT3611 Para pedir estas instrucciones en español, llame al 1-800-468-1502. Pour obtenir ce ode demploi en français, composer le 1-800-468-1502. Table of Contents Step 1. Prepare for Installation .................................................................................................................................. 5 Step 2. Remove Old Thermostat ............................................................................................................................... 5 Step 3. Mount thermostat Wallplate ........................................................................................................................... 6 Step 4. Wire Wallplate Terminals ............................................................................................................................... 7 Step 5. Mount the Thermostat ................................................................................................................................... 9 Step 6. Customize Your Thermostat .......................................................................................................................... 9 Step 7. Set the Clock ................................................................................................................................................. 11 Step 8. Programming ................................................................................................................................................. 12 Step 9. Operating Your Thermostat ........................................................................................................................... 15 Step 10. Set the Fan and System Switches .............................................................................................................. 17 If You Have a Problem ............................................................................................................................................... 18 Smart Response™ Technology ................................................................................................................................. 20 Wiring Diagrams ........................................................................................................................................................ 21 ® U.S. Registered Trademark Copyright © 2001 Honeywell • •All Rights Reserved 69- 1081- 3 69-1081.fm Page 2 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM TOTAL COMFORT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT WITH SMART RESPONSE™ TECHNOLOGY. Congratulations! You made a smart choice by purchasing your new Honeywell thermostat; the smart thermostat that; • Keeps you comfortable by automatically calculating exactly when the heat pump should go on to have the house at the desired comfort temperature by the time you wake up or return home. • Saves the maximum amount of energy and money by automatically remembering to adjust the temperature when you leave home or go to sleep. • Provides the ultimate in comfort and convenience. It comes preprogrammed. You can use the preprogrammed schedule, or set your own. This manual answers many of the questions that can arise as you become familiar and comfortable with your Honeywell thermostat — the state of the art in home comfort controls. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow these instructions can damage the product or cause a hazardous condition. MERCURY NOTICE If this thermostat is replacing a control that contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not place your old control in the trash. Contact your local waste management authority for instructions regarding recycling and the proper disposal of this MERCURY control, or of an old control containing mercury in a sealed SWITCH tube. If you have questions, call Honeywell Inc. at 1-800-468-1502. TYPICAL LOCATION OF A MERCURY SWITCH IN A THERMOSTAT M10614 69-1081—3 2 69-1081.fm Page 3 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM TIME /TIME DIGITAL DISPLAY SETS TIME FORWARD OR BACK RAISES TEMPERATURE SETTING SET CURRENT DAY/TIME LOWERS SETS CURRENT TEMPERATURE SETTING TIME AND DAY DISPLAYS CURRENT HEAT/COOL RUN PROGRAM TEMPERATURE SETTING RETURNS THERMOSTAT PROGRAM PERIODS TO NORMAL Time Set Program WAKE/LEAVE/RETURN/SLEEP: OPERATING MODE Run Set Current ENTERS PROGRAMMING MODE Wake Leave Return Sleep Program Day/Time Em Heat Heat Off Cool HOLD TEMP Heat/Cool Hold Temp Day System SETS A HOLD Settings SYSTEM SWITCH TEMPERATURE On Auto SELECTS EMERGENCY HEAT/ Daylight Copy Usage Fan HEAT/OFF/COOL SETTING AND Time ACTIVATES VACATION HOLD FAN SWITCH FEATURE SELECTS AUTO/ON DAY SETS DAY OF HEAT/COOL SETTING COPY THE WEEK SWITCHES BETWEEN COPY SETTINGS FROM HEAT SETPOINTS AND ONE DAY TO ANOTHER DAY COOL SETPOINTS DAYLIGHT TIME FOR QUICK PROGRAMMING SELECTS STANDARD WHILE PROGRAMMING TIME OR DAYLIGHT USAGE SAVINGS TIME TRACKS EQUIPMENT RUNTIME M18745 3 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 4 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM DISPLAYS EITHER CURRENT SHOWS THERMOSTAT IS IN TIME OF DAY OR PROGRAM TIMES THE SET DAY/TIME MODE SHOWS WHEN THERMOSTAT IS IN THE PROGRAMMING MODE SHOWS TEMPERATURE SETTING CHANGED FOR THIS PROGRAM PERIOD SHOWS VACATION HOLD DURATION SHOWS THE TEMPERATURE SHOWS THERMOSTAT DISPLAYED IS THE CURRENT IS "CALLING" FOR Set Program Set Day/TimeTemporary Setting SET TEMPERATURE EMERGENCY OR Hold for AUXILIARY HEAT AM EmEm HtHt Room SHOWS THE TEMPERATURE SHOWS CURRENT Aux Ht Humid DISPLAYED IS THE CURRENT DAY OR DAYS BEING ROOM TEMPERATURE PROGRAMMED MonTueWedThuFriSatSun Days Outdoor WakeLeaveReturnSleep In Recovery SHOWS CURRENT PROGRAM PERIOD System DST OR PERIOD BEING EmEm Heat Off Cool Auto Wait PROGRAMMED SHOWS CURRENT DISPLAYS EITHER ROOM SYSTEM KEY POSITION OR SET TEMPERATURES EM HEAT/HEAT/ OFF/COOL SHOWS SMART RESPONSE IS OFF. SHOWS THAT THERMOSTAT IS CONVENTIONAL RECOVERY IS ON "CALLING" FOR HEAT OR COOL SHOWS SYSTEM ON DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME SHOWS SMART RESPONSE IS CHANGING THE TEMPERATURE TO MEET THE SHOWS THERMOSTAT IS PROCESSING CURRENT PROGRAMS INFORMATION AND WAITING TO CALL FOR HEAT OR COOL M18756A 69-1081—3 4 69-1081.fm Page 5 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM STEP 1. PREPARE FOR INSTALLATION q This thermostat is designed to work with multistage heat pumps (heat pumps with Auxiliary and/or Emergency Heat). Check Table 1 in Step 4 to make sure the CT3611 is compatible with your system. If you have compatibility questions, contact Honeywell at www.honeywell.com/yourhome or call the Customer Relations Center at 1-800-468-1502. Package Contents • Thermostat • Wiring labels • Screws and anchors • Owners manual • Wallplate Tools Required • Screwdriver • Drill STEP 2. REMOVE OLD THERMOSTAT q Test your heating and cooling systems to make sure they work properly. If either system does not work, contact your local heating/air-conditioning dealer. To avoid compressor damage, do not operate the cooling system when outdoor temperature is below 50°F (10°C). q Turn off power to the system at the furnace or the fuse/circuit breaker panel. q Carefully unpack your new thermostat and wallplate. Save package of screws, instructions, and receipt. q Remove the cover from the old thermostat. If the cover does not snap off when pulled firmly from the bottom, check for a screw or screws used to lock on the cover. q Loosen the screw or screws holding the thermostat to the wallplate and lift the thermostat away. q Disconnect the wires from the old thermostat. As you disconnect each wire, attach WIRES THROUGH the enclosed labels with the old terminal designation. Wrap the wires around a WALL OPENING pencil as shown to keep them from falling back into the wall. M5136 5 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 6 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM STEP 3. MOUNT THERMOSTAT WALLPLATE q Separate the wallplate from the thermostat by placing your thumb or fingers between the bottom of the wallplate and the thermostat, and pulling the wallplate up and away from the thermostat. See illustration at right. q Position the wallplate on the wall. Level the wallplate for appearance if desired. Use a pencil to mark the two mounting holes that best fit the application. q Remove the wallplate from the wall. Drill two 3/16 in. holes in wall (if drywall) as shown. For materials such as plaster or wood, drill 7/32 in. holes where marked. Gently, tap the (provided) anchors into the drilled holes until they are flush with the wall. q Reposition the wallplate over the holes. Pull the wires through the wiring M18701 opening. Loosely insert mounting screws into each of the holes. q Level the wallplate if desired. Thermostat functions properly when not level. q Tighten mounting screws. WALL WIRES THROUGH WALL WALL ANCHORS (2) MOUNTING HOLES MOUNTING SCREWS M18700 69-1081—3 6 69-1081.fm Page 7 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM STEP 4. WIRE WALLPLATE TERMINALS IMPORTANT All wiring must comply with local codes and ordinances. If unsure about household wiring procedures, call your local heat- ing/air-conditioning contractor. Refer to the labels you placed on the wires when you removed the old R thermostat (see illustration). W q Match the letter of your old thermostat wire with the corresponding terminal letter on your new thermostat. Refer to Table 1. Y G q For wiring diagrams, if needed, see page 21. q Loosen the terminal screws. Slip each wire beneath its matching terminal. Wraparound and straight connections are both acceptable, (see illustration). Tighten the terminals. FOR WRAPAROUND FOR STRAIGHT INSERTION INSERTION STRIP STRIP 5/16 IN. (8 MM). 7/16 IN. (11 MM). M18702 M4826 q Plug the hole in the wall with insulation to help prevent drafts from adversely affecting thermostat operation. q Match the terminals from your old thermostat to the terminals on the CT3611. Find the column from Table 1 that matches your existing thermostat wire terminals to help you match the terminals correctly. 7 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 8 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM IMPORTANT If you have any wiring questions, contact Honeywell at www.honeywell.com/yourhome or call Honeywell Customer Relations Center, toll-free, 1-800-468-1502. Table 1. Terminal Designations on Old and New Thermostats. Alternative Terminal Designations Typical Terminal Trane York Designations from the American Borg General Rheem CT3611a Existing Thermostat Standard Lennox Warner Electric Ruud Function Description C CC or XC B X BC or BX Common R RRR R V or VRb R R R Power Y Y or Y1 Y or Y1 Y or Y1 Y M Y Y Y or Y1 Compressor W1c — — — — — — — — Stage 1 heating relay W2 W or W, W1 W or W or W1 W1 or Y W or W2 W or W1 W2 Auxiliary heat relay W1 or W2 W1 jumped to U G GGG G F or GG G G Fan relay Oa Oa Oa Oa Oa R or Oa Oa Oa Oa Cooling changeover relay Ba Ba Ba Ba — — H — — Heating changeover relay L L L or X L F or L L F F or L L System monitor E E E E or X X2 or E E X or E E or X2 E Emergency heat relay — ——— Td or Ad Ad Td Td — Tape off, not needed for CT3611 a Never attach wires to both the O and B terminals on the CT3611. If the old thermostat had wires on both the O and B terminals, be sure to attach the B wire to the CT3611 C terminal. If another wire is already matched to the C terminal, contact Honeywell. b If the old thermostat had separate wires on both the V and VR terminals, some system modification is required. Call your local heating and cooling contractor for assistance. c If the old thermostat had wires on W1, Y1 and W2 terminals, then remove the CT3611 factory-installed jumper between Y and W1 terminals and match the old W1 to W1, Y1 to Y and W2 to W2. d Use electrical tape to tape off the end of the wire and push the taped end back into the wall wiring hole. 69-1081—3 8 69-1081.fm Page 9 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM STEP 5. MOUNT THE THERMOSTAT STEP 6. CUSTOMIZE YOUR THERMOSTAT Your Honeywell CT3611 thermostat comes preset to the most commonly used settings. The settings are: — Auxiliary and/or Emergency Heat type. — Smart Response™ technology on. — Temperature °F. — 12-hour clock format. You can change any or all of these settings. IMPORTANT Always press the keys with your fingertip or a similar blunt tool. Sharp instruments like pens and pencil points can damage the keyboard. 9 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 10 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM q Press and hold down , , and , simultaneously until the screen shows. You now can change any of these settings. Auxiliary Heat Type (Feature Number 5) Auxiliary Heat options are: FEATURE OPTION — 3 = Hot water, high efficiency furnace (90% or better). NUMBER M18704 — 6 = Gas or oil forced air furnace (preset). — 9 = Electric heat system. To change your Auxiliary Heat type: q Press until display shows your Auxiliary Heat type. Run q Press Time to move to next feature or Program to return to main display. Emergency Heat Type (Feature Number 7) Emergency Heat options are: — 3 = Hot water, high efficiency furnace (90% or better). — 6 = Gas or oil forced air furnace. — 9 = Electric heat system (preset). M18705 To change your Emergency Heat type: q Press until display shows your Emergency Heat type. Run q Press Time to move to next feature or Program to return to main display. Smart Response™ Technology (Feature Number 13) Smart Response technology options are: — 0 = Smart Response technology on (preset). — 1 = Smart Response technology off. M13343 To turn Smart Response technology on or off: q Press once. Run q Press Time to move to next feature or Program to return to main display. NOTE: See Smart Response™ technology (page 20) for information about this feature. 69-1081—3 10 69-1081.fm Page 11 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Temperature Format (Feature Number 14) Temperature format options are: — 0 = °F (preset). —1 = °C. M13344 To change temperature format: q Press once. Run q Press Time to move to next feature or Program to return to main display. Time Format (Feature Number 16) Time format options are: — 0 = 12-hour clock (preset). — 1 = 24-hour clock. M13345 To change time format: q Press once. Run q Press Program to return to main display. Factory Set Function (Feature Number 37) Do not change this setting. STEP 7. SET THE CLOCK M13346 Set Current Day and Time NOTE: On initial power-up, the screen flashes 1:00 pm until you press a key. Set Current q Press Day/Time . q Press Day until screen shows current day. Set Current q Press Time or until screen shows current time. (Tapping the Day/Time will advance the time in one hour increments). 11 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 12 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Daylight q Press Time until “DST” displays if daylight savings time is in effect. Run q Press Program . STEP 8. PROGRAMMING The keyboard is located behind the thermostat cover. The three most frequently used keys are near the display. Pressing displays the current temperature settings. Pressing the and keys change the temperature. The thermostat displays day, time, program period, temperature and system settings. The thermostat displays day, time, program period, temperature, system and fan settings. There is an individual key for each of the four program periods: Wake —The program period when you want the house at a comfortable temperature when you get up and while you get ready for work or school. (This is a higher temperature during the heating season and a lower temperature during the cooling season). Leave —The program period you can set for an energy-saving temperature while you are away at work or school. (This is a lower temperature during the heating season and a higher temperature during the cooling season). Return —The program period when you want the house at a comfortable temperature for activities before bedtime. (This is a higher temperature during the heating season and a lower temperature during the cooling season). Sleep —The program period you can set for an energy-saving temperature while you are sleeping. (This is a lower temperature during the heating season and a higher temperature during the cooling season). 69-1081—3 12 69-1081.fm Page 13 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Table 2 can be helpful when planning your schedule of time and temperature settings. The thermostat default settings are shown in parentheses ( ). Table 2. Personal Programming Table. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Period Default Setting (Mon) (Tue) (Wed) (Thu) (Fri) (Sat) (Sun) Wake Time (6:00AM) Heata (70°F/21°C) Coolb (78°F/25.5°C) Leave Time (8:00AM) Heata (62°F/16.5°C) Coolb (85°F/29.5°C) Return Time (6:00PM) Heata (70°F/21°C) Coolb (78°F/25.5°C) Sleep Time (10:00PM) Heata (62°F/16.5°C) Coolb (82°F/28°C) a Your heating setpoints cannot be higher than 90°F (32°C) or lower than 40°F (4.5°C). b Your cooling setpoints cannot be higher than 99°F (35°C) or lower than 45°F (7°C). Program the First Day Start by programming the wake time and temperature for one day. q Press and release Wake . q Press Day until the desired day displays. (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun) q Press time or until the desired time shows in the display. 13 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 14 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM NOTE: Program times are in 15 minute intervals. For example, 8:00, 8:15, 8:30. q Press or until the desired wake temperature displays. The setpoint temperature range is 40°F to 90°F (7°C to 31°C) for heating and 45°F to 99°F (9°C to 37°C) for cooling. Heat/Cool q Press Settings to switch between setpoints. NOTE: Program times are the same for heating and cooling. q Press or until the display shows the desired temperature setpoint. q Press Leave , Return or Sleep and repeat these steps for each program period. The first day is now programmed. q Repeat each step in Program the First Day for the rest of the week. NOTE: After the first day is programmed, you can copy that day to any other day using procedure in Copy a Day. Run q Press Program when the entire week is programmed. Copy a Day Your thermostat can copy program settings from one day to another. q Press Wake , Leave , Return or Sleep to enter programming mode. q Press Day until the display shows the day you want to copy. q Press Copy . The display shows. Mon M13327 q Press Day until the display shows the day you want to copy to. Mon Wed M13328 69-1081—3 14 69-1081.fm Page 15 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM q Press Copy to accept the change. q Repeat these steps for each day you want to copy. NOTE: donE appears for two seconds and then the normal program display appears. M13329 Clear a Program Period NOTE: Wake cannot be cleared. q Press Leave , Return , or Sleep for the program period you want to clear. q Press Day until the desired day displays. q Press and hold the Leave , Return , or Sleep for approximately 3 seconds until the time and temperature clear. q Repeat the above steps for each period to be cleared. Run q Press Program . STEP 9. OPERATING YOUR THERMOSTAT Change Temperature Setting Until the Next Program Period (Temporary Change) q Press or until the screen shows the desired temperature setting. NOTE: The temporary temperature setting is displayed for about 3 seconds and then the room temperature is dis- played. Temporary appears in the display. The setting cancels when the next program period starts or when Run you press Program . 15 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 16 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Change Temperature Setting Indefinitely (Hold) q Move the System switch to the desired position (Heat or Cool). q Press Hold Temp then or to change your setting if desired. (The display changes from showing the setpoint temperature to room temperature after approximately three seconds). Run q To cancel “Hold” press Program . Change the Temperature Setting Until a Designated Day and Period (Vacation Hold) q Press Hold Temp twice. q Press or until the display shows the desired temperature setpoint. q Press Time until the desired number of days that you will be away (1 through 255) is displayed. q Press Wake , Leave , Return or Sleep to select the program period when you want the program to restart. Run NOTE: If the Vacation Hold needs to be cancelled before the designated time, press Program to return to the program. Daylight Savings Time Key This feature allows you to switch between standard time and daylight savings time. Daylight q Press Time during fall to set the time back one hour. Daylight q Press Time during the spring to set time forward one hour. DST is displayed when operating on daylight savings time. NOTE: Pressing the Daylight Time key more than once in a five minute period scrolls you through various time options. For example, one hour earlier or later, with or without DST. Pressing Daylight Time six times in a five minute period returns you to your original setting. 69-1081—3 16 69-1081.fm Page 17 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Usage Key q Press Usage once to display the hours and minutes that the heating or cooling system has been operating for the current day. q Press Usage a second time to display the system operating time for the previous day (midnight to midnight). q Press Usage a third time to display the system operating time since the last time the usage function was cleared. NOTE: Press Usage for three seconds to clear the usage function. STEP 10. SET THE FAN AND SYSTEM SWITCHES First set the fan Fan On: The fan runs continuously. Use for improved air On Auto switch. circulation or for more efficient central air cleaning. (In a heat-only system, fan runs continuously only if fan relay is Fan connected to the G thermostat terminal). Fan Auto: Normal setting for most homes. The equipment On Auto controls the fan operation. Fan Then set the Heat: The thermostat controls your heating system. l system switch. Em Heat Heat Off Coo System Off: Both the heating and cooling systems are off. Em Heat Heat Off l Coo System Cool: The thermostat controls your cooling system. Em Heat Heat Off l Coo System Em Heat: Emergency heat or Auxiliary heat control to l setpoint. The heat pump compressor is off. Em Heat Heat Off Coo System 17 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 18 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM Table 3. Solution Guide. If... Then… Display does not appear. • Make sure the thermostat is mounted and latched on the wall plate. Mount and latch the thermostat on the wallplate if it is not. • Make sure terminal C is connected to the system transformer common. • Make sure circuit breaker is not tripped—reset the circuit breaker. • Make sure the wiring between the thermostat and HVAC equipment has no broken wires—replace any broken wires. Temperature settings will not change • Make sure the temperature setpoints are: (example; cannot set the heating higher 40 to 90°F (4.5 to 32°C) for heating. or the cooling lower). 45 to 99°F (7 to 35°C) for cooling. Heating does not come on. • Make sure the heating setpoint is above the room temperature. • Make sure the circuit breaker is not tripped, and reset it if necessary. • Make sure the power switch at the equipment is in the On position, and set it to On if it is in the Off position. • Wait five minutes for the system to respond. • Set the system switch to Heat. Cooling does not come on. • Make sure the cooling setpoint is below the room temperature. • Make sure the circuit breaker is not tripped, and reset it if necessary. • Make sure the system switch at the air conditioner is in the On position, and set it to On if it is in the Off position. • Wait five minutes for the system to respond. • Set the system switch to Cool. Wait five minutes after seeing the flame or snowflake and check the System on indicator( = heat, = registers again. If no there is no hot or cool air coming from the registers, cool) is lit, but no warm or cool air is refer to Heating does not come on or Cooling does not come on. If all of this coming from the registers. has been checked, contact your local heating and cooling contractor. 69-1081—3 18 69-1081.fm Page 19 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Table 3. Solution Guide. If... Then… Display flashes during programming. The temperature setting limit has been reached. The heating setting range is 40°F to 90°F (4.5°C to 32°C). The cooling setting range is 45°F to 99°F (7°C to 35°C). Temperature change occurs at the 1. Check the program times for the period in question. wrong times. 2. Make sure the AM and PM settings are correct. 3. Make sure the current time and day settings are correct. 4. Reprogram any incorrect settings. NOTE: If your thermostat is set for Smart Response™ technology, the start times occur before your programmed comfort periods. Display shows Wait. The thermostat is in a compressor protection delay. Wait five minutes and check the registers again. LED is on. If a separate wire is hooked to the L terminal it can be connected to a system monitor. If so, the light being on indicates a problem with the heat pump. Contact your local heating and cooling contractor. Toll-Free Customer Assistance Please read and follow the provided instructions for this thermostat. For additional information, go to www.honeywell.com/yourhome or call the Honeywell Customer Relations Center at 1-800-468-1502. The Center hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00AM to 5:30PM Central Time. Before calling, please have the following information available: • Thermostat model number. (Located on back of thermostat). • Thermostat date code. (Located below model number). • Type of heating/cooling system (for example, hot water, warm air, oil, or gas). • Location and number of wires connected to the thermostat. 19 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 20 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM SMART RESPONSE™ TECHNOLOGY Your CT3611 is actually a small computer. The Smart Response™ technology calculates the correct time of day to turn on your heating or cooling system. Smart Response technology considers the following information. • Air temperature. • Wall temperature. • The time of day when you want the comfort temperature established. When the thermostat activates Smart System Operating in Comfort Mode Response technology, the thermostat AM 68°F Room Mon Wake displays In Recovery, changes the System Recovery Heat setpoint, and turns on the system. Continues AM 66°F Room • Your CT3611 thermostat learns from Mon Heat Sleep In Recovery System Recovery Heat experience. Each day it checks how Begins 1 closely it hit the recovery target and then AM 64°F Room Mon Heat Sleep In Recovery System adjusts the next day’s recovery start TEMPERATURE System Operating in Heat time accordingly. Energy Savings Mode AM 62°F Room • It takes a few days after installation for Mon Sleep System Heat the thermostat to adjust to the local 5:005:30 6:00 6:30 weather, your lifestyle, the construction ENERGY COMFORT RECOVERY FROM ENERGY SAVINGS of your home, and your heating/cooling SAVINGS PERIOD PERIOD system. TIME THERMOSTAT USES THE SAME SCHEME TO RETURN TO LOWER COMFORT TEMPERATURE DURING • You can turn off Smart Response THE COOLING SEASON. technology by selecting Conventional 1 IF In Recovery IS DISPLAYED, PRESS TO SEE THE COMFORT SETPOINT. M18591 Recovery. Honeywell does not recommend this because the auxiliary heat comes on once the program time begins and run continuously until the setpoint is reached. See Step 6. Customize Your Thermostat. 69-1081—3 20 69-1081.fm Page 21 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM WIRING DIAGRAMS See Table 1 on page 8 for additional wiring assistance. THERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT B L C B L C R W2 EW1Y OG RW2EW1YOG 2 EQUIPMENT MONITOR EQUIPMENT MONITOR AUX. HT. FAN EM. RELAY RELAY HEAT AUX. HT. FAN EM. RELAY RELAY RELAY HEAT RELAY COOL CHANGEOVER 2 COOL HEAT VALVE COMPRESSOR CHANGEOVER CHANGEOVER RELAY HEAT VALVE COMPRESSOR VALVE CHANGEOVER RELAY VALVE 2 1 1ST STAGE L2 HEAT RELAY 1 L1 L2 (HOT) 1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND L1 OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. (HOT) 2 LEAVE FACTORY INSTALLED JUMPER IN PLACE. M15113A 1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. Typical hookup of CT3611. 2 NEVER ATTACH WIRES TO BOTH THE O AND B TERMINALS. SEE WIRE WALLPLATE TERMINALS SECTION FOR MORE DETAILS. M15110B Typical hookup of CT3611 with isolated stage-one heating and cooling connections. 21 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 22 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Notice: This thermostat is a Class B digital apparatus that complies with Canadian Radio Interference Regulations, CRC c. 1374. Limited One-Year Warranty Honeywell warrants this product, excluding battery, to be free from defects in the workmanship or materials, under normal use and service, for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase by the consumer. If, at any time during the warranty period, the product is defective or malfunctions, Honeywell shall repair or replace it (at Honeywells option) within a reasonable period of time. If the product is defective, (i) return it, with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase, to the retailer from which you purchased it, or (ii) package it carefully, along with proof of purchase (including date of purchase) and a short description of the malfunction, and mail it, postage prepaid, to the following address: Honeywell USA Honeywell Canada: Dock 4 — MN10-3860 Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée 1885 Douglas Drive North 35 Dynamic Drive Golden Valley, MN 55422-3992 Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9 This warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs. This warranty shall not apply if it is shown by Honeywell that the defect or malfunction was caused by damage which occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer. Honeywells sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product within the terms stated above. HONEYWELL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM ANY BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF THIS PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this limitation may not apply to you. THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY HONEYWELL MAKES ON THIS PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS HEREBY LIMITED TO THE ONE YEAR DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. 69-1081—3 22 69-1081.fm Page 23 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. If you have any questions concerning this warranty, please write our Customer Relations Center, Honeywell Inc., 1885 Douglas Dr. N., Golden Valley, MN 55422-3992, or call 1-800-468-1502, Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Central time. In Canada, write Retail Products ON30 Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 35 Dynamic Drive, Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9. 23 69-1081—3 69-1081.fm Page 24 Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:03 AM Home and Building Control Home and Building Control Honeywell Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée 1985 Douglas Drive North 35 Dynamic Drive Golden Valley, MN 55422 Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9 Printed in U.S.A. on recycled 69-1081—3 J.H. Rev. 11-01 paper containing at least 10% www.honeywell.com/yourhome post-consumer paper fibers.

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