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Honeywell Thermostat HZ221 User Manual

HZ221 TrueZONE Zone Panel Professional Installation Guide 69-2200-01 Installation Guide Table of Contents Specifications and Accessories....................................................................................................1 Installation.......................................................................................................................................2 Wiring...............................................................................................................................................3 Operation.........................................................................................................................................5 Warranty..........................................................................................................................................6 Need Help? For assistance with this product please visit http://yourhome.honeywell.com or call Honeywell Zoning Hotline toll-free at 1-800-828-8367 Read and save these instructions. ® U.S. Registered Trademark. Patents pending. Copyright © 2008 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. 69-2200—01 HZ221 TrueZONE Specifications and accessories Input Ratings: RECOMMENDED THERMOSTATS, DAMPERS, AND Voltage: 18-30 VAC 50/60 Hz transformer of 40 VA ACCESSORIES or more. The following are suggested thermostats, dampers, and Current Draw: accessories for use with the TrueZONE panel. Zone Panel: 6.25 VA max. All VA specifications at 24 VAC. Table 1. Recommended Thermostats. System Non-Programmable Programmable Wiring: Heat TH3210D, TH5220D, TH4210D, TH6220D, 18–20-gauge solid (not stranded) wire. Pump TH5320U TH8220U, TH8321U, YTH9421C Humidity Ratings: 5% to 90% RH non-condensing. Note: These thermostat models all have different four- digit suffixes. All versions of the model numbers listed Temperature Ratings: above will work with the applications they're listed for. Shipping: -20° to 150°F (-29° to 66°C) Operating: -40° to 165°F (-40° to 74°C) Table 2. Recommended Dampers. Dimensions: Type Honeywell Round Rectangular See below. Damper Zone Spring-open/ ARD ZD Emissions: power-closed Complies with FCC Class B, part 15 requirements. Zone Power-open/ MARD/ For recommended power-closed RRD dampers call the Honeywell Zoning Hotline at 1-800-828-8367. Bypass Static pres- SPRD SPRD sure regulat- ing damper 8-1/8 (206) Table 3. Maximum Dampers.* Ambient Temp. Maximum Damper VA per Zone 100°F (38°C) 28.8 160°F (71°C) 16.8 * Use an SDCR (Slave Damper Control Relay) for addi- tional dampers. Maximum dampers per panel is limited by transformer 1-55/64 8 (203) (47) size. M24742A Ensure transformer is large enough to power the panel HZ221 TrueZONE panel dimensions in in. (mm). (6.25 VA) and dampers. Table 4. Accessories. Accessory Description 40 VA transformer* AT140A1042* 75 VA transformer AT175A1008 Discharge Air DATS C7735A1000* Temperature Sensor (DATS)* SDCR Slave Damper Control Relay * Included in HZ221K kit. 69-2200—01 Installation Guide Installation Mount the HZ221 TrueZONE panel near the HVAC equip- ZONE PANEL (WALL MOUNT) 1 ment; locate it on a wall, BYPASS stud, roof truss, or cold-air DAMPER DATS return. RETURN (ALTERNATE LOCATION) NOTE: The HZ221 DUCT TrueZONE panel can be ZONE PANEL mounted in any orientation; (DUCT MOUNT) level it for appearance only. ARD DATS DAMPERS SUPPLY DUCT M28164 Separate the zone panel cover from the base, and use the base as a template to drill mounting holes. 2 Attach the base to the wall, stud, roof truss, or duct with appropriate screws (not included). Use two screws for attaching to a stud or roof truss, or four screws for duct or drywall/plaster installations. M24803 69-2200—01 69-2200—01 HZ221 TrueZONE Wiring Wiring must comply with applicable codes, ordinances, and regulations. CAUTION: Voltage Hazard. Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. Disconnect power before beginning installation. Wire entire panel before applying transformer power. Install thermostats using instructions provided with thermostats. 3 Connect thermostat to zone panel. To connect wire to the panel, strip approximately 1/4 in. of insulation and push wire into terminal. To 2 M1 M4 release wire, press the button on top of the terminal. In retrofit applica- ZONE M6 DAMPER R R AT tions, trim end of wire if not straight. C C E/AUX E If the thermostat has separate E and Aux terminals, install a jumper Y AUX G THERMOST Y between the two terminals. O G L O/B L ZONE 2 THERMOSTAT M28234B Wires can be run behind the panel, through wire channels on the panel's sides, and must be attached to a wiring anchor with a cable tie. ARD OR ZD DAMPER M24743 RRD OR MARD DAMPER SPRING-OPEN POWER-CLOSED POWER-OPEN POWER-CLOSED Install dampers using instructions provided M1 COMMON DAMPER ZONE 2 M4 OPEN with dampers. Connect dampers to zone M1 M4 1 ZONE M6 CLOSED 4 panel. DAMPER M6 R NOTE: Multiple dampers can be wired in parallel. ARD OR ZD DAMPER SPRING-OPEN POWER-CLOSED DAMPER ZONE 2 M28235 R DATS DATS 5 Connect DATS as shown. SENSO C7735A1000 M24804 69-2200—01 69-2200—01 Installation Guide Wiring AIR HANDLER 24 VOLT TRANS. C R Connect equipment as shown. 6 AUX/EM HEAT E R C FAN RELAY E/Aux G Y G EQUIPMENT Y O B The DS/BK terminal is used with a variable-speed fan. DS/BK Connect to the DS, BK, or ODD terminal on the furnace HEAT PUMP L equipment. When only one zone calls for heat, cool, or C R fan, the DS/BK terminal operates the fan at low speed Y REVERSING to reduce airflow. VALVE L1 (HOT) R M28236A R Connect transformer as shown. POWER C 7 L2 C DEDICATED TRANSFORMER M28237 The following diagram is an overall view of wiring for a heat pump system as depicted in steps 3–7. DAMPER ZONE 1 M1 COMMON M1 RRD OR MARD DAMPER M4 M4 OPEN POWER-OPEN POWER-CLOSED M6 M6 CLOSED AIR THERMOST R HANDLER C 24 VOLT TRANS. E/AUX C R R Y AUX HEAT C G AT E ARD OR ZD DAMPER E/Aux O SPRING-OPEN FAN RELAY Y G L POWER-CLOSED DAMPER G ZONE 2 Y EQUIPMENT O HEAT M1 ZONE 1 B COOL M4 HEAT PUMP ZONE 2 DS/BK FAN M6 EM HEAT THERMOST R C R L PURGE R C C Y R E/AUX E C Y AUX REVERSING POWER VALVE G AT Y R O DATS G L O/B SENSO DATS L L1 (HOT) R EMERGENCY HEAT L2 C PURGE OVERRIDE DEDICATED TRANSFORMER ZONE 2 THERMOSTAT C7735A1000 M27339 69-2200—01 69-2200—01 HZ221 TrueZONE Operation The HZ221 TrueZONE panel contains an LED display that communicates system and zone status. The LEDs indicate the following information. Table 5. LED Operation. LED Description HEAT Solid when in heat. Blinking when DATS temperature exceeds 120°F (49°C) and calling for heat pump only. Blinking when DATS temperature exceeds 160°F HZ221 (71°C) and calling for heat pump and auxiliary heat. At 150°F (66°C), auxiliary heat is disabled. HEAT ZONE 1 COOL ZONE 2 COOL Solid when in cool. Blinking when 45°F (7°C) DATS FAN EM HEAT PURGE low limit mode has been reached. FAN Solid when in operation. PURGE Solid when in purge (lasts 2 minutes at power-up and after a call for heat or cool). Blinking when the DATS sensor has failed, or the wires are shorted or open. Will blink for 3 minutes at power-up if DATS is not present. ZONE 1, 2 Solid green when open or opening. Solid red when closed or closing. M28239A Blinking amber when there is a damper or thermo- LED display. DAMPER stat short circuit (circuit breaker trip). ZONE 3 M1 M1 EM HEAT Solid when in Em Heat mode. M4 M4 1 ZONE DAMPER M6 M6 THERMOS T R R TA C C HZ221 Much of this information is also listed on the labelHZ3 on11 the 2 Zones, 2H/1C inside of the HZ221 cover. W W Y Y TA T LED Status THERMOS G G Heat LED Heating Mode DAMPER Flashing Heat LED High Limit When the zone panel cover is off, the EMERGENCY HEAT/PURGE OVERRIDE buttonZONE HEAT T Rh ZONE 1 M1 Cool LED Cooling Mode is visible. COOL ZONE 2 Rc FAN M4 Flashing Cool LED Low Limit ZONE 3 2 W PURGE M6 Purge LED Purge Mode When the panel is in Purge (at startup or after a call for heat/cool), pressing this butTHERMOST - Y R Flashing Purge LED Sensor Failure ton stops the Purge, which saves time during installation or troubleshooting. EQUIPMEN G C Fan LED Fan On W Em Heat LED Em Heat Mode All other times, pressing the button puts the zone panel into Em Heat mode so that Y Zone LEDs Green - Open all calls for heat are handled by the auxiliaryR heat. AT Red - Closed C G Flashing - Short POWER DATS DATS Zone Names SENSOR Zone 1 _______________________ Zone 2 _______________________ Technical Support: 1-800-828-8367 EMERGENCY HEAT Customer.Honeywell.com PURGE OVERRIDE Patents Pending 50031314-001 Rev. A M28240A M24741A 69-2200—01 69-2200—01 Warranty Honeywell warrants the products in this catalog (except those parts designated on Honeywell’s price lists as not covered by this warranty) to be free from defects due to workmanship or materials, under normal use and service, for the following warranty periods. Honeywell VisionPRO®, Commercial VisionPROTM, FocusPRO®, PRO 4000, PRO 3000, LineVoltTM PRO, Digital RoundTM, and Modern RoundTM (T87K, N) Series Thermostats with a date code of 0501 or later: sixty (60) months from date of installation. CommercialPRO, PRO 2000 and PRO 1000 thermostats: twenty-four (24) months from date of installation. All other Honeywell thermostats and thermo- stats with a date code of 0452 or earlier: twelve (12) months from date of installation, unless specified otherwise. Honeywell Air Cleaners, Humidifiers, Ventilators, Ultraviolet Treatment and Zoning Products with a date code of 0501 or later, excluding replacement maintenance parts: sixty (60) months from date of installation. All other Honeywell indoor air quality and zoning products with a date code of 0452 or earlier: twenty-four (24) months from date of installation, unless specified other- wise. Variable frequency drive devices (VFD) and accessories: new products for thirty-six (36) months and factory refurbished drives for twelve (12) months from date of installation when start-up and commissioning is performed by Honeywell VFD Authorized and trained personnel. All VFD warranty return products must have prior authorization (Form No. 87-0284) and be returned only to the VFD Service Center in Chattanooga, TN. MS, MN and Fact Acting 2-position Direct Coupled Actuators: sixty (60) months from date of installation. The warranty period for all other products is twelve (12) months from date of installation. If a product is defective due to workmanship or materials, is removed within the applicable warranty period, and is returned to Honeywell in accordance with the pro- cedure described below, Honeywell will, at its option, either repair, replace or credit the customer for the purchase price of the product, in accordance with the proce- dure described below. This warranty extends only to persons or organizations who purchase products in this catalog for resale. The expressed warranty above constitutes the entire warranty of Honeywell with respect to the products in this catalog and IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL HONEYWELL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER. Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée 1985 Douglas Drive North 35 Dynamic Drive Golden Valley, MN 55422 Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9 customer.honeywell.com ® U.S. Registered Trademark. Printed in U.S.A. on recycled © 2008 Honeywell International Inc. paper containing at least 10% Patents pending post-consumer paper fibers. 69-2200—01 M.S. 04-08

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