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VisionPRO® 8000 with Wi-Fi® PRODUCT DATA FEATURES • Thermostat aquires weather data through either a wired sensor or an Internet connection, making for a truly universal installation. • U1 Terminals One set of universal outputs that are configurable for one IAQ product, such as a Humidifier, Dehumidifier or Ventilator. • Thermostat S1, S1 Configurable S1 Terminals can be configured for a wired indoor, wired outdoor, or discharge air sensor. • On-board Humidity sensor APPLICATION • Customizable Service Reminders Set up to 10 service reminders. Choose from the pre-set The VisionPRO® 8000 with Wi-Fi features an effortless, 7-Day options or customize your own. Reminders can be based programmable touchscreen thermostat that provides control on date or the outdoor temperature. of temperature and one of the following: humidification, dehumidification, or ventilation. Up to 3 Heat/2 Cool heat • Selectable for Residential and Light Commercial pump systems or up to 2 Heat/2 Cool conventional systems Applications are supported in residential and commercial applications. One thermostat does it all to meet the needs of Residential and Light Commercial applications. Simply select Residen- tial or Commercial during the installer setup. If Commercial is selected, the thermostat will use commercial language, meet building codes and offer 365 day holiday scheduling. 33-00096-01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® CONTENTS Application ............................................... 1 Ventilation .......................................................... 68 Ordering Information ............................... 2 Set up Ventilation ...................................................... 69 IAQ Reminders ......................................... 73 Specifications .......................................... 3 Customizable Reminders ....................... 73 System Installation .................................. 5 Commercial Features .............................. 78 When Installing this Product... ......................... 5 Wiring 24 Vac Common .................................... 6 Ramp Rates (Commercial Use) ........................ 81 Selecting Discharge Air Temperature Sensor Economizer and Time of Day (TOD) Operation 81 Mounting Locations .......................................... 6 Pre-Occupancy Purge ....................................... 82 Selecting Discharge Air Temperature Sensor Mounting Wired Indoor Sensors ............................. 82 Locations .................................................................. 6 Wiring ....................................................... 84 Selecting Thermostat Location ........................ 8 Wiring IAQ Equipment or a Heat/Cool Stage to the Installing Wallplate ............................................ 8 Universal Terminals .......................................... 86 Make Changes to Installer Setup ..................... 10 Wiring C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor .............. 87 Installer Setup (ISU) Table. ..................... 11 Wiring guide — Wired Indoor Sensors ............ 88 Connect to Wi-Fi® Network .................... 37 Troubleshooting ...................................... 89 Installer Tests .......................................... 39 Regulatory Information ........................... 90 Using the Installer Test ..................................... 39 Operation ................................................. 40 Setting the Time/Date ....................................... 41 Setting the Fan .................................................. 41 Setting System Mode ........................................ 42 Preset Energy-Saving Schedules ............................. 42 Advanced Features ........................................... 52 Adaptive Intelligent Recovery (residential use only) . 52 Compressor Protection ............................................. 52 Staging Control ................................................. 53 Heat Pump and Backup Heat Operation 56 Geothermal Radiant Heat ................................. 56 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Control ............. 58 Humidification ................................................... 58 Set up Humidification ................................................ 58 Control Humidification Level ..................................... 60 Dehumidification - Residential ......................... 60 Set up Dehumidification With Cooling System .......... 61 Set up Dehumidification With Whole House Dehumidifier 61 Set up Dehumidification Away Mode ........................ 63 Control Dehumidification Level ................................. 64 Dehumidification - Commercial ....................... 64 Set up Dehumidification With Cooling System .......... 65 Set up Dehumidification With Dehumidifier ............... 66 Control Dehumidification Level ................................. 67 ORDERING INFORMATION When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number. If you have additional questions, need further information, or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or phone: 1. Your local Honeywell Environmental and Combustion Controls Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory). 2. Honeywell Customer Care 1985 Douglas Drive North Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386 3. http://customer.honeywell.com or http://customer.honeywell.ca International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States. 33-00096—01 2 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Cool Indication: SPECIFICATIONS VisionPRO® 8000 with Wi-Fi ® displays “Cool On” when the Thermostat Description: thermostat turns the cooling on. Heat Indication: Feature Description VisionPRO® 8000 with Wi-Fi displays “Heat On” when the Powering method • Common wire thermostat turns the heating on. System types (up to • Gas, oil or electric heat with air Auxiliary Heat Indication: 3 heat/2 cool heat conditioning VisionPRO® 8000 with Wi-Fi displays “Aux Heat On” when the pump and up to • Warm air, hot water, high-efficiency thermostat turns the auxiliary heat on. 2 heat/2 cool furnaces, heat pumps, steam and conventional) gravity Interstage Differential: • Cool only Comfort: The thermostat keeps the indoor temperature within 1 Changeover Manual or Auto changeover selectable degree of the setpoint (droop less control). The thermostat turns on stage 2 when the capacity on stage 1 reaches 90%. System setting Em Heat-Heat-Off-Cool-Auto When the interstage differential is set to 1.0 or higher, the ther- Fan setting Auto-On-Circ-Follow Schedule mostat stages the equipment based on how far the indoor temperature is from the setpoint (ISU 303 to 309). See page 16 for more information. Voltage Max. Current Clock Accuracy: 1 minute per month at 77 °F (25 °C). ± 2 Terminal (50/60 Hz) Rating minutes per month over the operating ambient temperature W - O/B 18 to 30 VAC and 1.00A range. 750 mVDC Mounting Means: Y (cooling) 18 to 30 VAC 1.00A Thermostat mounts directly on the wall in the living space G (fan) 18 to 30 VAC 0.50A using mounting screws and anchors provided. Fits a hori- W2 - Aux 1 (heating) 18 to 30 VAC 0.60A zontal 2 x 4 in. junction box. Y2 (cooling) 18 to 30 VAC 0.60A A-L/A (Output) 18 to 30 VAC 1.00A U1, U1, S1, S1 30 VAC max. 0.50A Power Consumption of TH8321: 4-5/8 Backlight on: 1.48 VA (118) Backlight off: 0.88 VA Temperature Setting Range: Heating: 40 to 90 °F (4.5 to 32 °C). Cooling: 50 to 99 °F (10 to 37 °C). Temperature Sensor Accuracy: 4-15/16 (126) 1-1/8 (29) ± 1.5 F at 70 F (0.75 C at 21.0 C) Humidification Setting Range: 10% to 60% RH. Dehumidification Setting Range: 40% to 80% RH. Humidity Display Range: 0% to 99%. Humidity Sensor Accuracy: ± 5% RH from 30% to 50% RH at 75 F. 3-5/16 (84) M34521 Fig. 1. Dimensions of thermostat in in. (mm). 3 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Accessories Product Part Number Wired Outdoor Sensor 10k ohm NTC C7089U1006 Wired Wall-mount Indoor Sensor 10k ohm NTC C7189U1005 Wired Flush-mount Indoor Sensor 20k ohm NTC C7772A1004, C7772A1012 Wired Wall-mount Indoor Sensor 20k ohm NTC TR21 Wired Wall-mount Indoor Sensor 10k ohm NTC TR21-A Cover Plate (covers marks left by old thermostats) THP2400A1019 Wire Saver Module THP9045A1023 Discharge Air Temperature Sensor C7735 33-00096—01 4 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® SYSTEM INSTALLATION When Installing this Product... 1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow the instructions can damage the product or cause a hazard- ous condition. 2. Check the ratings given in the instructions to make sure RoHs Compliant the product is suitable for your application. Conformité RoHs Assembled in Mexico 3. Installer must be a trained, experienced service Assemblé au Mexique 1524 technician. 1 4. After completing installation, use these instructions to verify the product operation. TH8321WF1001 Residential/Résidentiel 1-800-468-1502 http://yourhome.honeywell.com Commercial/Commerciale 1-888-245-1051 http://customer.honeywell.com MN 55422 Valley, Golden Honeywell, Finding Your Password (Date Code) You will need the thermostat password to: M35344 • Make changes to Installer Setup RoHs Compliant Conformité RoHs • Perform an Installer Test Assembled in Mexico Password • Reset Thermostat to Factory Default Settings Assemblé au Mexique M35343A (Date Code) The password (date code) is located on the back of the 1524 thermostat (see Fig. 2) 1 TH8321WF1001 1-855-733-5465 yourhome.honeywell.com Honeywell MN 55422 Golden Valley, Fig. 2. Finding thermostat password. You can also find the password (date code) by pressing MENU, selecting Dealer Information and then scrolling down to see the Date Code. 5 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® INSTALLATION Selecting Discharge Air Temperature Sensor Mounting Location 1. Install the Discharge Air Temperature Sensor on the duct Model Numbering TH8321 in a location where the air is mixed well. See Fig. 3–7. Stages 3H/2C HP 2H/2C CONV Residential or Commercial  Powered - C Wire (wire saver compatible)  MOUNT DISCHARGE Onboard Humidity Sensor  SENSOR HERE Number of Universal Relays 1 Number of Universal Sensor Inputs 1 Economizer / TOD Output  Wiring 24 Vac Common A-COIL • Single-Transformer System—Connect the common side of VENTILATOR the transformer to the C screw terminal of the thermostat. OR HEAT DEHUMIDIFIER EXCHANGER Leave the metal jumper wires in place between R and RC. • Two-Transformer System—Connect the common side of the cooling transformer to the C screw terminal of the BLOWER thermostat. Remove the metal jumper wire between R and RC. Connect the hot side of heating transformer to R and M35768 connect the hot side of cooling transformer to RC. Fig. 3. Selecting Discharge Air Temperature Sensor Mounting Locations Refer to the guidelines below and Fig. 3–7 for mounting locations of the Discharge Air Temperature Sensor. ALTERNATE MOUNTING LOCATION Selecting Discharge Air Temperature FOR DISCHARGE SENSOR. Sensor Mounting Location HUMIDIFIER 1. Mount the Discharge Air Temperature Sensor on the supply duct in a location where the air is mixed well. Mount the Discharge Air Temperature Sensor out of sight of the A-Coil/Heat Exchanger when possible. See Fig. 3. MOUNT 2. When possible, mount the Discharge Air Temperature DISCHARGE Sensor upstream of a Steam Humidifier, a Fan Powered SENSOR HERE Humidifier or a Dehumidifier that is ducted to the supply. ABOVE See Fig. 4–5. CENTER OF A-COIL VENTILATOR 3. If space does not allow a Discharge Air Temperature HEAT OR UPSTREAM OF Sensor upstream of a Steam Humidifier or Fan Powered DEHUMIDIFIER EXCHANGER Humidifier, mount the Discharge Air Temperature Sensor HUMIDIFIER downstream of the Humidifier. See Fig. 4. 4. If a Bypass Humidifier is installed, mount the Discharge BLOWER Air Temperature Sensor downstream of the Bypass Humidifier. See Fig. 6–7. M35769 Fig. 4. 33-00096—01 6 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® ALTERNATE MOUNTING LOCATION FOR DISCHARGE SENSOR. MOUNT BYPASS DISCHARGE HUMIDIFIER SENSOR HERE VENTILATOR DEHUMIDIFIER OR DEHUMIDIFIER MOUNT DISCHARGE SENSOR HERE ABOVE CENTER HEAT OF A-COIL EXCHANGER UPSTREAM OF DEHUMIDIFIER HEAT EXCHANGER BLOWER M35772 BLOWER Fig. 7. M35770 Installing Discharge Air Temperature Fig. 5. Sensor Use the following steps to mount the Discharge Sensor: 1. Attach plastic cover to the sensor probe. 2. Drill 1/4-inch hole for the sensor probe and mount it to the ductwork with enclosed screws (see Fig. 8). MOUNT 3. Connect wires to S1 terminal at the thermostat. BYPASS DISCHARGE HUMIDIFIER SENSOR HERE 4. Setup the S1 terminal in the Installer Setup at the ther- mostat. VENTILATOR OR DEHUMIDIFIER M32995 HEAT EXCHANGER Fig. 8. Mounting Discharge Air Sensor. BLOWER M35771 Fig. 6. 7 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Selecting Thermostat Location 2. Position and level the wallplate (for appearance only). 3. Use a pencil to mark the mounting holes. Install the thermostat about 5 ft. (1.5m) above the floor in an area 4. Remove the wallplate from the wall and, if drywall, drill with good air circulation at average temperature. See Fig. 9. two 3/16-in. holes in the wall, as marked. For firmer material such as plaster, drill two 7/32-in. holes. Gently tap anchors (provided) into the drilled holes until flush with the wall. 5. Position the wallplate over the holes, pulling wires through the wiring opening. See Fig. 11. 6. Insert the mounting screws into the holes and tighten. NO YES NO NO 5 FEET [1.5 METERS] C S1 S1 K S1 S1 RC W O/B R Y Y U1 G G U1 W2 AUX U2 -E Y2 Y2 U2 A L/A M19925 Fig. 9. Selecting thermostat location. Do not install the thermostat where it can be affected by: — Drafts or dead spots behind doors and in corners. Fig. 11. Mounting wallplate. — Hot or cold air from ducts. — Radiant heat from sun or appliances. 7. Connect common side of transformer to C terminal. — Concealed pipes and chimneys. — Unheated (uncooled) areas such as an outside wall behind CONVENTIONAL the thermostat. C S1 S1 Installing Wallplate K S1 S1 RC W O/B CAUTION R Y Y G G Electrical Hazard. U1 Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. U1 W2 AUX Disconnect power before wiring. -E U2 Y2 Y2 The thermostat can be mounted horizontally on the wall or on a U2 A L/A 4 in. x 2 in. (101.6 mm x 50.8 mm) wiring box. 1. Press button on top and pull to remove the wallplate. HEAT PUMP Fig. 12. Connecting C wire to terminal block. Wiring the Thermostat 1. Refer to Fig. 13. See Table 9 on page 84 for terminal designations and “Wiring” beginning on page 84 for more information. 2. Turn on 24 VAC NOW. Fig. 10. Separate wallplate from thermostat. 33-00096—01 8 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® CONVENTIONAL Mounting Thermostat on Wallplate 1. Align thermostat at bottom and snap into place as shown. C S1 S1 S1 S1 K W O/B RC Y Y R G G U1 U1 W2 AUX -E U2 Y2 Y2 U2 A L/A HEAT PUMP Fig. 13. Thermostat wired directly to equipment. 1. Power the thermostat using Rc and C terminals. Refer to Fig. 14. Fig. 15. Mount thermostat. CONVENTIONAL Finding Your Password (Date Code) C S1 S1 to Access Installer Options K S1 S1 You need a password (Date Code) to access Installer Options. RC W O/B Installer Options allow you to: R Y Y • Make changes to the Installer Setup. U1 G G • Perform an Installer Test. • Reset the thermostat to Factory Default settings. U1 W2 AUX -E U2 The password (Date Code) is located on the back of the Y2 Y2 thermostat. It can also be found by following these steps: U2 A L/A 1. Touch Menu. 2. Select Dealer Information. HEAT PUMP Fig. 14. Inserting wires in thermostat terminal block. Dealer Information Installer Options MCR34022 Fig. 16. 3. Scroll down to see the Date Code. TH8321WF1001 Date Code: 1524 MCR35348 Fig. 17. 9 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Thermostat Password (Date Code) Table 1. Installer Options. Menu Item Description Installer Setup Select INSTALLER SETUP to set system settings one by one. Installer Test Select INSTALLER TEST to quickly RoHs Compliant determine if the heat, cool, fan and Conformité RoHs Assembled in Mexico Assemblé au Mexique thermostat are operating properly. Minimum 1524 off timers are ignored during the test. 1 Reset To Select RESET TO DEFAULTS to place all Defaults thermostat settings back to the factory TH8321WF1001 Residential/Résidentiel 1-800-468-1502 http://yourhome.honeywell.com Commercial/Commerciale 1-888-245-1051 http://customer.honeywell.com MN 55422 Valley, Golden Honeywell, settings. Device Info For Honeywell use only. M35344 RoHs Compliant Make Changes to Installer Setup Conformité RoHs Assembled in Mexico 1. Touch Menu. Assemblé au Mexique M35343A 2. Select Installer Options. 1524 Password 1 (Date Code) Installer Options TH8321WF1001 1-855-733-5465 yourhome.honeywell.com Honeywell MN 55422 Golden Valley, MCR33976 Fig. 18. Locate password. Fig. 20. The following options are available when you access Installer 3. Enter password (date code) and touch Done. See “Find- Options. For more information on each, press Help on the ing Your Password (Date Code) to Access Installer thermostat or see Table 1. Options” beginning on page 9 for more information. Enter password 0 0 0 0 MCR33977 Scroll to see: Installer Setup Fig. 21. Installer Test Reset To Defaults 4. Select Installer Setup. Device Info Installer Setup Fig. 19. Installer Test MCR34015 Fig. 22. 5. Follow prompts on the screen to select the desired setup options. See Table 2 for Installer Setup options. 33-00096—01 10 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 101 Application Residential Residential Both Commercial 103 Thermostat Name [Select Thermostat Name] Thermostat Both The Web Interface displays the name of the thermostat that you enter on this screen. 104 Thermostat Type Non-Programmable Programmable Both Programmable 105 Temperature Scale Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Both Celsius 106 Outdoor Temp Wired/Internet No Both Select Wired/Internet to indicate that you are No going to connect a wired outdoor sensor or connect to the internet. This will allow you to configure settings prior to the Internet being connected. Select No if you are not going to connect to an outdoor sensor or the Internet. 200 Heating System Conv. Forced Air Conv. Forced Air Both For Dual Fuel, choose Heat Pump. Heat Pump Radiant Heat Other None (Cool Only) 201 Heating Heat Pump: Air to Air Heat Pump Both This ISU is not displayed when ISU 200 Heating Equipment Air to Air Heat Pump System is set to Conv. Forced Air, Radiant Geothermal Heat, Other or None (Cool Only). Geothermal Radiant See “Geothermal Radiant Heat” beginning on page 56. 202 Radiant Heat 0 Both Select the number of radiant heat stages. Stages 1 2 203 Radiant Stage 1 None Default varies based Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 201 U1 on previous Heating Equipment is Geothermal Radiant. selections Geothermal Radiant Heat must be wired to universal terminal U1. U1 is a normally open set of dry contacts. U1 requires power from the system transformer or a separate transformer. 205 Geo Forced Air None Heating and Cooling Both This thermostat has the capability of controlling Cooling Only Geothermal Radiant Heat, Geothermal Forced Heating and Cooling Air and Backup Heat. If this thermostat is not controlling the Geothermal Forced Air System, select None. This setting is typically used if the thermostat is only controlling Geothermal Radiant Heat. If this thermostat is using the Geothermal Forced Air System for cooling and not for heating, select Cooling Only. If this thermostat is using the Geothermal Forced Air System for both heating and cooling, select Heating and Cooling. 206 Reversing Valve O (O/B on Cool) O/B on Cool Both Only displayed if the equipment type is Air to Air B (O/B on Heat) Heat Pump, Geothermal or Geothermal Radiant. 11 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 207 Cool Stages / 0 1 if ISU 101 is Both Conventional: Compressor 1 Residential Cool Stage 3 is only available if ISU 101 is 2 Stages 3 Commercial. 2 if ISU 101 is Commercial Cool Stage 3 must be wired to the universal terminal (U1). Heat Pumps: Maximum of 2 Compressor Stages for heat pump systems. 202, Heat / Radiant / 1 - 3 Default is 1 stage if Both Maximum of 3 stages for conventional systems. 207 Backup Heat ISU 101 Application Stages is Residential Maximum of 3 stages for radiant heat. Default is 2 stages if Maximum of 3 stages for Primary Heat. ISU 101 Application (Heating system, ISU 200 is set to “Other.”) is Commercial Maximum of 2 Backup Heat Stages for systems with more than 1 heating equipment type. NOTE: Depending on the application, the text displayed on the screen may show the specific heating equipment type. 208 Cool Stage 3 None Default varies based Commercial Cool Stage 3 is only available if ISU 101 is U1 on previous Commercial. selections Cool Stage 3 must be wired to the universal terminal (U1). U1 are normally open dry contacts when configured for a stage of Cool. U1 requires power from a system transformer or a separate transformer. 210 Heat Stage 3 None Default varies based Both Heat Stage 3 must be wired to the universal U1 on previous terminal (U1). selections U1 is a normally open dry contact when configured for a stage of Heat. U1 requires power from a system transformer or a separate transformer. 211 Fan Control in No Fan Equip Controls Fan Both No Fan is only displayed when ISU 201 Heating Heat Equip Controls Fan Equipment is Other. Tstat Controls Fan 212 Backup Heat Type None None Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 200 Electric Heating Equipment is Radiant Heat or Other. Gas/Oil When ISU 200 Heating Equipment is Radiant Heat, the thermostat keeps the Radiant Heat on when it calls for Backup Heat. When ISU 200 Heating Equipment is Other, you can select how the backup operates. See ISU 215. 213 Backup Heat 0 - 2 1 Both This ISU is only displayed when a backup heat Stages source is selected at ISU 212 Backup Heat Type. Maximum of 2 Backup Heat stages. 33-00096—01 12 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 214 Backup Heat Stg 2 None Default varies based Both The thermostat supports up to 2 backup heat U1 on previous stages. When there are 2 backup heat stages, selections backup heat stage #2 must be wired to U1. U1 is a normally open dry contact when configured for a stage of Heat. U1 requires power from a system transformer or a separate transformer. 215 Run Backup Heat No No Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 200 with Primary Yes Heating Equipment is Other. When ISU 200 Heating Equipment is Other, you can select how the Backup Heat operates. The thermostat can be setup to keep the primary heat source on when it calls for Backup Heat or the thermostat can be setup to turn off the primary heat source when it calls for Backup Heat. When ISU 200 Heating Equipment is Radiant Heat, the thermostat keeps the Radiant Heat on when it calls for Backup Heat. 216 Backup Heat Fan Equip Controls Fan Tstat Controls Fan Both This ISU is only displayed for conventional Tstat Controls Fan systems when ISU 212 Backup Heat Type is Electric. Backup Heat Fan Operation automatically defaults to Equip Controls Fan when ISU 212 Backup Heat Type is Gas/Oil. 217 Backup Heat None Default varies based Both The thermostat can support up to 2 backup heat Stage 2 U1 on previous stages for heat pump applications. When there selections are 2 backup heat stages, backup heat stage 2 must be wired to U1. U1 is a normally open dry contact when configured for a stage of Heat. U1 requires power from a system transformer or a separate transformer. 218 Backup Heat Type Electric Electric Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 201 Gas/Oil Heating Equipment is Air to Air Heat Pump, Geothermal or Geothermal Radiant and there is at least one stage of backup heat. See “Heat Pump and Backup Heat Operation” beginning on page 56. 219 External Fossil No No Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 201 Fuel Kit Yes Heating Equipment is Air to Air Heat Pump, Geothermal or Geothermal Radiant and ISU 218 Backup Heat Type is Gas/Oil. 13 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 222 A-L/A Terminal None None Commercial This ISU is only displayed when ISU 101 Time Of Day Application is Commercial. Economizer Note: When the thermostat is setup for Heat Pump Fault Residential, the L/A terminal operates as described under "Heat Pump Fault". The L/A terminal requires no setup for residential applications. None: The A-L/A terminal is not used. Time of Day: The A-L/A terminal is energized during Occupied periods and when the user overrides the temperature. The terminal is de- energized during Unoccupied periods and in Standby mode. Economizer: The thermostat controls an economizer module to provide ventilation during Occupied periods and free cooling when outdoor conditions are favorable. The A-L/A terminal is energized during Occupied periods and during a call for cooling in Unoccupied periods. See “Economizer and Time of Day (TOD) Operation” beginning on page 81. Notes: The economizer module determines when outdoor conditions are favorable for free cooling. Heat Pump Fault: When 24 volts is detected on the L/A terminal (compressor monitor), the thermostat displays a message to alert the user when the heat pump requires service. The L/A terminal sends a continuous output to a zone panel when the thermostat is set to Emergency Heat mode. The zone panel will not turn on the heat pump when a zone is set to Emergency Heat mode. 300 System Manual Manual: Both Manual: The user must select heating or Changeover Automatic if ISU 101 is cooling as needed to maintain the desired Residential indoor temperature. Automatic: Automatic: The user has the option to select if ISU 101 is Auto for the system setting. In Auto mode, the Commercial thermostat controls heating and cooling equipment as needed to maintain the desired indoor temperature. 33-00096—01 14 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 300 Auto Changeover 2° F to 9° F (in 1° F increments) 3° F Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 300 is set Deadband to Automatic. Deadband is the minimum separation between heat and cool settings when the thermostat is setup for Auto Changeover. For example, if the deadband is set to 3° F and the cool setpoint is 75° F, the warmest heat setpoint allowed would be 72° F. If the heat setpoint is adjusted above 72° F, it will automatically adjust the cooling setpoint higher to maintain the 3° F deadband. When ISU 907 or ISU 910 (Dehum Over Cooling Limit) is set to 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 F, the thermostat will not show the full Deadband range. For example, if you set a Deadband of 3 F and an Over Cooling Limit of 2 F, the minimum Deadband that you can select will be 5 F. This prevents the heating system from turning on when the thermostat over cools to reach the dehumidification setting. 301 Control Options Basic Options Basic Options Both Basic Options: The Installer Setup displays Advanced Options basic temperature control options which include Backup Heat Droop, Backup Heat Upstage Timer, Outdoor Temperature Lockouts and Cycle Rate settings per stage. Note: Outdoor Temperature Lockouts only apply to Heat Pump applications. Advanced Options: The Installer Setup displays both Basic and Advanced Options. Advanced temperature control options include Finish With High Cool Stage, Finish With High Heat Stage, and Temperature Differential settings between all stages. 302 Finish With High No No Both ISU 301 Control Options must be set to Cool Stage Yes Advanced to view or adjust Finish With High Cool Stage. This ISU is only displayed when the thermostat is set for 2 or more cool stages. When set to Yes, this feature keeps the high stage of the cooling equipment running until the desired setpoint is reached. 302 Finish With High No No Both ISU 301 Control Options must be set to Heat Stage Yes Advanced to view or adjust Finish With High Heat Stage. This ISU is only displayed when the thermostat is set for 2 or more heat stages. When set to Yes, this feature keeps the high stage of the heating equipment running until the desired setpoint is reached. 15 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 303 Cool Differential Comfort Comfort Both ISU 301 Control Options must be set to Stage 2 1.0° F to 3.5° F from setpoint (in Advanced to view or adjust this ISU. 0.5° F increments) This ISU is only displayed when the thermostat is set to 2 cool stages. The indoor temperature must rise to the selected differential setting before the thermostat turns on the stage of cooling. For example, if stage 2 is set to 2° F (1.0° C), the indoor temperature must be 2° F (1.0° C) away from the setpoint before stage 2 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat uses the stage of cooling as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1° F (0.5° C) degree of the setpoint. 303 Cool Differential Comfort Comfort Commercial ISU 301 Control Options must be set to Stage 3 1.0°F - 4.0°F from setpoint (in Advanced to view or adjust this ISU. 0.5° F increments) This ISU is only displayed when the thermostat is set to 3 cool stages. The indoor temperature must rise to the selected differential setting before the thermostat turns on the stage of cooling. For example, if stage 3 is set to 2° F (1.0° C), the indoor temperature must be 2° F (1.0° C) away from the setpoint before stage 3 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat uses the stage of cooling as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1° F (0.5° C) degree of the setpoint. 305 Heat Differential Comfort Comfort Both ISU 301 Control Options must be set to Stage 2 1.0° F to 3.5° F from setpoint (in Advanced to view or adjust this ISU. 0.5° F increments) Note: Depending This ISU is only displayed for conventional on the application, systems that have 2 heat stages. the text displayed on the screen may The indoor temperature must drop to the show the specific selected differential setting before the heating equipment thermostat will turn on the stage of heating. For type example, if stage 2 is set to 2° F (1.0° C), the indoor temperature must be 2° F (1.0° C) away from the setpoint before stage 2 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat will use the stage of heating as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1° F (0.5° C) degree of the setpoint. 33-00096—01 16 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 305 Heat Differential Comfort Comfort Both ISU 301Temperature Control Options must be Stage 3 1.0° F to 4.0° F from setpoint (in set to Advanced to view or adjust this ISU. 0.5° F increments) Note: Depending This ISU is only displayed for conventional on the application, systems that have 3 heat stages. the text displayed on the screen may The indoor temperature must drop to the show the specific selected differential setting before the heating equipment thermostat will turn on the stage of heating. For type example, if stage 3 is set to 2° F (1.0° C), the indoor temperature must be 2° F (1.0° C) away from the setpoint before stage 3 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat will use the stage of heating as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1° F (0.5° C) degree of the setpoint. 306 Compressor Heat Comfort Comfort Both ISU 301 Control Options must be set to Diff. Stage 1 1.0° F to 4.0° F from setpoint (in Advanced to view or adjust this ISU. 0.5° F increments) This ISU is only displayed if ISU 201 Heating Equipment is Geothermal Radiant and ISU 205 Geo Forced Air is set to Heating and Cooling. The indoor temperature must drop to the selected differential setting before the thermostat will turn on the stage of heating. For example, if stage 1 is set to 2° F (1.0° C), the indoor temperature must be 2° F (1.0° C) away from the setpoint before stage 1 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat will use the stage of heating as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1° F (0.5° C) degree of the setpoint. 306 Compressor Heat Comfort Comfort Both ISU 301 Control Options must be set to Diff. Stage 2 1.0° F to 4.5° F from setpoint (in Advanced to view or adjust this ISU. 0.5° F increments) This ISU is only displayed if ISU 201 Heating Equipment is Air to Air Heat Pump, Geothermal or Geothermal Radiant and there are 2 compressor stages. The indoor temperature must drop to the selected differential setting before the thermostat will turn on the stage of heating. For example, if stage 2 is set to 2° F (1.0° C), the indoor temperature must be 2° F (1.0° C) away from the setpoint before stage 2 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat will use the stage of heating as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1° F (0.5° C) degree of the setpoint. 308, Backup Heat Comfort Comfort Both A backup heat droop can be set on any system 309 Droop Stage 1 2.0° F to 15.0° F from setpoint that has more than one heating equipment type. (in 0.5° F increments) Note: “Stage 1" is See “Backup Heat Droop” beginning on not displayed if page 54. there is only 1 stage of Backup The Comfort setting is NOT available for Dual Heat. Fuel systems. For example, Heat Pumps with Gas Forced Air. 17 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 308, Backup Heat Comfort Comfort Both ISU 301 Control Options must be set to 309 Droop Stage 2 2.0° F to 15.5° F from setpoint Advanced to view or adjust Backup Heat Droop (in 0.5° F increments) Stage 2. This ISU is only displayed if there are 2 backup heat stages. The indoor temperature must drop to the selected droop setting before the thermostat will turn on backup heat stage 2. For example, if backup heat stage 2 is set to 2° F (1.0° C), the indoor temperature must be 2° F (1.0° C) away from the setpoint before backup heat stage 2 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat will use backup heat stage 2 as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1° F (0.5° C) degree of the setpoint. 311 Upstage Timer for Off Off Both The Backup Heat Upstage Timer starts when the Backup Heat (30, 45, 60, 75, 90) minutes highest stage of the previous heating equipment (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16) type turns on. Backup heat will be used (if hours needed) when the timer expires. See “Backup Heat Upstage Timer” beginning on page 55. This ISU is only displayed when Backup Heat Droop Stage 1 is set to 2 F or higher (ISU 308, 309). 312 Outdoor Lockout Off Off Both ISU 312 Heat Pump Outdoor Lockout requires Heat Pump 5° F to 60° F (in 5° F increments) an outdoor sensor. (Balance Point) (See Notes) Default is 40 F if ISU 201 Heating Equipment is Air to Air Heat Pump and ISU 218 Backup Heat Type is Gas/Oil. Default is Off if ISU 201 Heating Equipment is Air to Air Heat Pump and ISU 218 Backup Heat Type is Electric. Default is Off if ISU 201 Heating Equipment is Geothermal or Geothermal Radiant. Heat Pump Outdoor Lockout is optional for any type of heat pump (Air to Air Heat Pump, Geothermal Heat Pump or Geothermal Radiant Heat). See “Heat pump with outdoor temperature lockouts” beginning on page 56. 312 Outdoor Lockout Off Off Both ISU 312 Backup Heat Outdoor Temperature Backup Heat 5° F to 65° F (in 5° F increments) Lockout requires an outdoor sensor. This ISU is only displayed if ISU 201 Heating Equipment is Air to Air Heat Pump, Geothermal or Geothermal Radiant and ISU 219 External fossil fuel kit is set to No. See “Heat pump with outdoor temperature lockouts” beginning on page 56. 33-00096—01 18 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 313 Radiant Cycles 1 to 12 CPH 3 Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 201 Per Hour Stage 1 Heating Equipment is Geothermal Radiant. Note: “Stage 1" is The thermostat automatically defaults to the not displayed if recommended setting for Geothermal Radiant there is only 1 Heat (3 CPH). stage of Radiant Heat. Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times the system can cycle in a 1 hour period measured at a 50% load. For example, when set to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 minutes off). The system cycles less often when load conditions are less than or greater than a 50% load. 314 Cool / 1 to 6 CPH 3 Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 207 Cool / Compressor Compressor Stages is set to 1 stage. Cycles Per Hour Stage 1 Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times the system can cycle in a 1 hour period Note: “Stage 1" is measured at a 50% load. For example, when set not displayed if to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system there is only 1 will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 stage. minutes off). The system cycles less often when load conditions are less than or greater than a 50% load. 314 Cool / 1 to 6 CPH 3 Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 207 Cool / Compressor Compressor Stages is set to 2 stages. Cycles Per Hour Stage 2 Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times the system can cycle in a 1 hour period measured at a 50% load. For example, when set to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 minutes off). The system cycles less often when load conditions are less than or greater than a 50% load. 314 Cool Cycles Per 1 to 6 CPH 3 Commercial This ISU is only displayed when ISU 101 Hour Stage 3 Application is set to Commercial and ISU 207 Cool Stages is set to 3 stages. Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times the system can cycle in a 1 hour period measured at a 50% load. For example, when set to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 minutes off). The system cycles less often when load conditions are less than or greater than a 50% load. 19 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 315 Heat Cycles Per 1 to 12 CPH Conv. Forced Air = 5 Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 207 Heat Hour Stage 1 CPH Stages is set to 1 stage. Heat Pump = 3 CPH Note: Depending Radiant Heat = 3 Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times on the application, CPH the system can cycle in a 1 hour period the text displayed measured at a 50% load. For example, when set on the screen may to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system show the specific will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 heating equipment minutes off). The system cycles less often when type. “Stage 1" is load conditions are less than or greater than a not displayed if 50% load. The recommended cycle rate settings there is only 1 are below for each heating equipment type: stage. Standard Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 5 CPH High Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 3 CPH Oil Forced Air = 5 CPH Electric Forced Air = 9 CPH Hot Water Fan Coil = 3 CPH Hot Water Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Geothermal Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Steam = 1 CPH Gravity = 1 CPH 315 Heat Cycles Per 1 to 12 CPH Conv. Forced Air = 5 Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 207 Heat Hour Stage 2 CPH Stages is set to 2 stages. Heat Pump = Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times Note: Depending 3 CPH the system can cycle in a 1 hour period on the application, Radiant Heat = 3 measured at a 50% load. For example, when set the text displayed CPH to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system on the screen may will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 show the specific minutes off). The system cycles less often when heating equipment load conditions are less than or greater than a type. 50% load. The recommended cycle rate settings are below for each heating equipment type: Standard Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 5 CPH High Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 3 CPH Oil Forced Air = 5 CPH Electric Forced Air = 9 CPH Hot Water Fan Coil = 3 CPH Hot Water Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Geothermal Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Steam = 1 CPH Gravity = 1 CPH 33-00096—01 20 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 315 Heat Cycles Per 1 to 12 CPH Conv. Forced Air = 5 Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 207 Heat Hour Stage 3 CPH Stages is set to 3 stages. Heat Pump = Note: Depending 3 CPH Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times on the application, Radiant Heat = 3 the system can cycle in a 1 hour period the text displayed CPH measured at a 50% load. For example, when set on the screen may to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system show the specific will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 heating equipment minutes off). The system cycles less often when type. load conditions are less than or greater than a 50% load. The recommended cycle rate settings are below for each heating equipment type: Standard Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 5 CPH High Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 3 CPH Oil Forced Air = 5 CPH Electric Forced Air = 9 CPH Hot Water Fan Coil = 3 CPH Hot Water Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Geothermal Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Steam = 1 CPH Gravity = 1 CPH 316 Backup Heat 1 to 12 CPH Electric = Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 207 or 213 Cycles Per Hour 9 CPH Backup Heat Stages is set to 1 stage. Stage 1 Gas / Oil = 5 CPH Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times Note: “Stage 1" is the system can cycle in a 1 hour period not displayed if measured at a 50% load. For example, when set there is only 1 to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system stage. will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 minutes off). The system cycles less often when load conditions are less than or greater than a 50% load. The recommended cycle rate settings are below for each heating equipment type: Standard Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 5 CPH High Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 3 CPH Oil Forced Air = 5 CPH Electric Forced Air = 9 CPH Hot Water Fan Coil = 3 CPH Hot Water Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Geothermal Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Steam = 1 CPH Gravity = 1 CPH 21 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 316 Backup Heat 1 to 12 CPH Electric = Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 207 or 213 Cycles Per Hour 9 CPH Backup Heat Stages is set to 2 stages. Stage 2 Gas / Oil = 5 CPH Cycle rate limits the maximum number of times the system can cycle in a 1 hour period measured at a 50% load. For example, when set to 3 CPH, at a 50% load, the most the system will cycle is 3 times per hour (10 minutes on, 10 minutes off). The system cycles less often when load conditions are less than or greater than a 50% load. The recommended cycle rate settings are below for each heating equipment type: Standard Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 5 CPH High Efficiency Gas Forced Air = 3 CPH Oil Forced Air = 5 CPH Electric Forced Air = 9 CPH Hot Water Fan Coil = 3 CPH Hot Water Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Geothermal Radiant Heat = 3 CPH Steam = 1 CPH Gravity = 1 CPH 324 Compressor Off Off 5 minutes Both The thermostat has a built in compressor Time 1 - 5 minutes protection (minimum off timer) that prevents the compressor from restarting too early after a shutdown. The minimum-off timer is activated after the compressor turns off. If there is a call during the minimum-off timer, the thermostat shows “Wait” in the display. 326 Extended Fan Run 0, 30, 60, 90 seconds, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0 seconds Both After the call for cooling ends, the thermostat Time in Cool 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 keeps the fan on for the selected amount of time minutes for increased efficiency. This may re-introduce humidity into the living space. 326 Extended Fan Run 0, 30, 60, 90 seconds, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0 seconds Both After the call for heating ends, the thermostat Time in Heat 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 keeps the fan on for the selected amount of time minutes for increased efficiency. 400 Scheduled 2 or 4 periods per day 4 periods per day Both Residential: Periods 4 Periods = Wake, Leave, Return, Sleep 2 Periods = Wake, Sleep Commercial: 4 Periods = Occupied 1, Unoccupied 1, Occupied 2, Unoccupied 2 2 Periods = Occupied 1, Unoccupied 1 401 Pre-Occupancy Off Off Commercial Runs the fan 1 to 3 hours before each occupied Purge 1 hour period to provide a comfortable workplace upon 2 hour arrival. 3 hour 33-00096—01 22 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 402 Type of Override Standard Standard Commercial Standard: Initiate Occupancy The system maintains temperatures programmed for the occupied and unoccupied time periods. Pressing OVERRIDE will allow the user to make a temporary schedule change. Initiate Occupancy: The system maintains temperature at an energy saving level until the user touches the message center area on the thermostat. Note: The message center displays Press HERE to Start Occupancy. The system will then maintain a comfortable temperature until the occupied period ends. This option is recommended for cost savings when the workplace is used infrequently or arrival times change from day to day (example - schools). After the user touches Press HERE to Start Occupancy, the user will still be able to perform a standard OVERRIDE of the schedule. 403 Override Duration No Limit 3 hours Commercial When the user presses the OVERRIDE button, 1 to 12 Hours the thermostat will maintain the new temperature for at least 1 hour. The user can adjust the Hold Until time from 1 hour to the amount set for the Override Duration (1-12 hours). Default setting is 3 hours. If set to No Limit, the user can adjust the Hold Until time up to 24 hours. 405 Min. Heat Off 5° F/hr Commercial Off: The heating system will begin recovery at Recovery Ramp 1° F/hr to 20° F/hr the time that is scheduled. Rate When a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the heating system can recover at for a cold day in your region. Default setting is 5° F / hour. If an outdoor sensor is installed, set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a cold day in your region to be associated with the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. If there is no outdoor sensor, the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is used. 23 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 405 Min. Heat Off 0° F Commercial Off: The heating system will begin recovery at Recovery Outdoor -20° F to 100°F the time that is scheduled. Temp When a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the heating system can recover at for a cold day in your region. Default setting is 5° F / hour. If an outdoor sensor is installed, set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a cold day in your region to be associated with the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. If there is no outdoor sensor, the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is used. 406 Max. Heat Off 8° F/hr Commercial Off: The heating system will begin recovery at Recovery Ramp 1° F/hr to 20° F/hr the time that is scheduled. Rate When a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the heating system can recover at for a mild day in your region. Default setting is 8° F / hour. Set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a mild day in your region to be associated with the Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. 33-00096—01 24 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 406 Max. Heat Off 40° F Commercial Off: The heating system will begin recovery at Recovery Outdoor -20° F to 100° F the time that is scheduled. Temp When a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the heating system can recover at for a mild day in your region. Default setting is 8° F / hour. Set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a mild day in your region to be associated with the Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. 407 Min. Cool Off 3° F/hr Commercial Off: The cooling system will begin recovery at Recovery Ramp 1° F/hr to 20° F/hr the time that is scheduled. Rate When a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the cooling system can recover at for a hot day in your region. Default setting is 3° F / hour. Set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a hot day in your region to be associated with the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. If there is no outdoor sensor, the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is used. 25 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 407 Min. Cool Off 90° F Commercial Off: The cooling system will begin recovery at Recovery Outdoor -20° F to 100° F the time that is scheduled. Temp When a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the cooling system can recover at for a hot day in your region. Default setting is 3° F / hour. Set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a hot day in your region to be associated with the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. If there is no outdoor sensor, the Minimum Recovery Ramp Rate is used. 408 Max. Cool Off 6° F/hr Commercial Off: The cooling system will begin recovery at Recovery Ramp 1° F/hr to 20° F/hr the time that is scheduled. Rate When a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the cooling system can recover at for a mild day in your region. Default setting is 6° F / hour. Set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a mild day in your region to be associated with the Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. 33-00096—01 26 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 408 Max. Cool Off 70° F Commercial Off: The cooling system will begin recovery at Recovery Outdoor -20° F to 100°F the time that is scheduled. Temp When a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate is set, the thermostat will begin recovery early to ensure the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Set a Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate based on the rate that the cooling system can recover at for a mild day in your region. Default setting is 6° F / hour. Set an Outdoor Temperature that is representative of a mild day in your region to be associated with the Maximum Recovery Ramp Rate. The thermostat will begin recovery at the optimal time based on a calculated ramp rate, allowing the system to recover on time and save energy during changing outdoor conditions. During recovery, the setpoint changes at a rate in degrees per hour depending on the outdoor temperature. 409 Adaptive Recovery No Yes Residential No: The system will begin heating or cooling Yes recovery at the scheduled time. Yes: The thermostat will begin heating or cooling recovery early to ensure that the temperature is reached at the scheduled time. The thermostat will adjust the start time of the equipment based on how quickly the scheduled temperature was reached on previous days. See page 52 for more information on Adaptive Intelligent Recovery. 410 Minimum Cool 50° F to 99° F 50° F Both The user cannot set the temperature below this Setpoint level. 410 Maximum Heat 40° F to 90° F 90° F Both The user cannot set the temperature above this Setpoint level. 411 Keypad Lockout Unlocked Unlocked Both Unlocked: User has access to all thermostat Partially Locked settings. Fully Locked Partially Locked: User can modify only temperature settings. Fully Locked: User cannot modify any settings. 500 Wired Sensor on No No Both This ISU is only displayed if ISU 106 was S Terminals Yes configured to Wired/Internet. Select Yes if a wired indoor, outdoor, or discharge sensor is wired to S1. 500 Wired Remote No No Both Select Yes if a wired indoor sensor is wired to Indoor Sensor Yes S1. 500 Wired Outdoor No No Both Select Yes if a wired outdoor sensor is wired to Sensor Yes S1. 500 Wired Discharge No No Both Select Yes if a wired discharge sensor is wired Sensor Yes to S1 27 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 501 Indoor Sensor [Select Indoor Sensor Name] Indoor Sensor Both Select a name (location) of the Wired Remote Name Indoor Sensor. 502 Indoor Sensor S1 Both Confirms type of sensor wired to S1. 503 Indoor Sensor 10K 10K: Both Select 10K or 20K based on the sensor Type 20K if ISU 101 installed. Refer to resistance values below: Application is Residential C7189U1005 = 10K ohm C7772 = 20K ohm 20K: TR21 = 20K ohm if ISU 101: TR21-A = 10K ohm (IMPORTANT - the TR21-A Application is must be used in combination with a TR21 Commercial sensor or another TR21-A sensor for the thermostat to calculate the correct indoor temperature reading). See “Wiring guide — Wired Indoor Sensors” beginning on page 88 for information on the sensor type you should select based on how the sensors are wired. For example, you would select 20K when you have two TR21-A (10K) sensors wired in series. 504 Use [T-Stat Sensor] Use T-Stat Sensor for Temp Ctrl - Sensors are Both Only displayed when a wired indoor sensor is for Temp Ctrl Yes or No Averaged (T-Stat configured. Select Yes if you want the Sensor and Remote) thermostat to average with wired indoor sensor. Select No if you want to sense temperature only at the wired sensor. 505 Outdoor Sensor S1 Both Confirms type of sensor wired to S1. 509 Discharge Sensor S1 Both Confirms type of sensor wired to S1. 510 Discharge Sensor 10K 10K Both Select 10K or 20K based on the sensor Type 20K installed. Refer to resistance values below: 50062329-001 = 10K ohm 32005180-002 = 10K ohm C7735A1000 = 10K ohm C7770A = 20K ohm C7041 = 20K ohm 511 A-Coil Low Temp. Off Off Both If an optional Discharge Sensor is used, this Cutoff 35° F to 65° F (in 5° F feature can help prevent icing on the air increments) conditioning A-Coil. When temperature reaches the limit you set, compressor(s) will shutoff while the system fan continues to run, until the temperature rises to a safe level. 700 Filter Type None Media Both Elec. Air Cleaner Media 702 Number of Air 1 to 2 1 Both Filters 711 Air Filter 1 Off Off Both Reminder Run Time: Note: “1” is not 10, 20, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 150 displayed if there days is only 1 filter. Calendar: 30, 45, 60, 75 days 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 15 months 33-00096—01 28 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 711 Air Filter 2 Off Off Both Reminder Run Time: 10, 20, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 150 days Calendar: 30, 45, 60, 75 days 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 15 months 712 EAC Cell Off Off Both Electronic Air Cleaner Cell Cleaning Reminder Reminder Calendar Months: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 months 712 EAC Pre-Filter Off Off Both Electronic Air Cleaner Pre-Filter Cleaning Reminder Reminder Calendar Months: 3, 4, 5, 6 months 712 EAC Post Filter Off Off Both Electronic Air Cleaner Post-Filter Replacement Reminder Reminder Calendar Months: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 months 800 Humidifier Type None None Both Steam Bypass / Fan Pwrd 803 Humidifier Wiring U1 Thermostat defaults Both U1 are dry contacts that require power. See to the unused “Wiring IAQ Equipment or a Heat/Cool Stage to universal terminal the Universal Terminals” beginning on page 86. U1. 805 Window Off Off Both Requires a wired outdoor sensor or connection Protection On to the Internet. Off: The thermostat controls the humidity level to the user's desired humidity setting. Frost or condensation may appear on windows. On: The thermostat prevents frost or condensation on windows by not allowing the humidifier to run above a certain level. To prevent frost or condensation, the thermostat may turn off the humidifier before the humidity setting is reached. See “Window Protection” beginning on page 58. 29 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 806 User Humidifier in User Humidifier in Heat Mode - User Humidifier in Both Heat: Includes Heat, Emergency Heat and Auto. Heat Mode No or Yes Heat Mode - Yes If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat Use Humidifier in Cool Mode - will allow humidification if the last call was for Use Humidifier in No or Yes Cool Mode Default varies based heat. Use Humidifier in Off Mode - No on heating/cooling Use Humidifier in or Yes equipment selected Cool: Includes Cool and Auto. If the system is in Off Mode Auto mode, the thermostat will allow humidification if the last call was for cool. A discharge air temperature sensor is required to humidify in the Cool mode. Off: The thermostat will allow humidification when the system setting is Off. See “Set up Humidification” beginning on page 58. 807 Humidifier Control Hum when Heat is On Defaults to Hum Both Hum when Heat is On: The thermostat turns on Hum when Fan is On when Heat is On the humidifier only if the heat is currently Tstat Controls Fan when ISU 800 running and humidification is needed. Humidifier Type is Hum Controls Fan Bypass or Fan Pwrd Hum when Fan is On: The thermostat turns on the humidifier only if the fan is currently running Defaults to and humidification is needed. Tstat Controls Fan when ISU 800 Tstat Controls Fan: The thermostat turns on the Humidifier Type is humidifier and the fan when humidification is Steam needed. Hum Controls Fan: The thermostat turns on the humidifier when humidification is needed and the humidifier controls the fan. 808 Run Humidifier Yes Yes Both Yes: Humidifier can run when the cooling when Cool is On No system is on. No: Humidifier can NOT run when the cooling system is on. 810 Hum Tank / Filter Off Off Both This ISU is only displayed if ISU 800 Humidifier Reminder 60 Run Time Days Type is Steam. 90 Run Time Days Run Time Days are not shown if ISU 800 6 Calendar Months Humidifier Type is set to None. 12 Calendar Months 810 Humidifier Pad Off Off Both This ISU is only displayed if ISU 800 Humidifier Reminder 60 Run Time Days Type is Bypass or Fan Pwrd. 90 Run Time Days Run Time Days are not shown if ISU 800 6 Calendar Months Humidifier Type is set to None. 12 Calendar Months 900 Dehumidification Residential: None Both See “Dehumidification - Residential” beginning Equipment None on page 60 or “Dehumidification - Commercial” A/C with Low Fan beginning on page 64. A/C with High Fan Dehumidifier Commercial: None A/C with Low Fan A/C with High Fan Hot Gas Bypass Dehumidifier 33-00096—01 30 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 904 Dehum Wiring U1 Thermostat defaults Both U1 are dry contacts that require power. See to the unused “Wiring IAQ Equipment or a Heat/Cool Stage to universal terminal the Universal Terminals” beginning on page 86. U1. 905 Dehum Terminal - Normally Closed Defaults to Normally Both Choose an option appropriate for the type of U1 Normally Open Closed when ISU equipment installed. 900 Dehum Equipment is A/C Normally Open: U1 will normally be open and with Low Fan will close when the thermostat calls for dehumidification. Defaults to Normally Open when ISU 900 Normally Closed: U1 will normally be closed Dehum Equipment is and will open when the thermostat calls for Hot Gas Bypass dehumidification. 907 Dehum Over 0°, 1°, 2°, 3° F 3° F Residential This ISU is only displayed when ISU 900 Dehum Cooling Limit Equipment is set to A/C with Low Fan or A/C with High Fan. The thermostat uses the cooling system to reduce humidity by lowering the temperature up to 3° F below the current cool setpoint until the desired humidity level is reached. The thermostat keeps the temperature below the cooling setpoint until the desired humidity level is reached. 0° F is only an option when ISU 900 Dehum Equipment is set to A/C with Low Fan. 908 DehumControl Basic Basic Commercial See “Dehumidification - Commercial” beginning Minimum On Time on page 64. Cooling Droop Reheat 909 Dehum Minimum 5 to 15 minutes 10 minutes Commercial This ISU is only displayed if ISU 908 Dehum On Time Control is set to Minimum On Time. This option ensures that the compressor runs long enough to effectively reduce humidity when the cooling equipment is cycled on. The compressor will run for the “minimum on time” you set until the desired humidity level is reached. 910 Dehum Over 1° F to 5° F 2° F Commercial This ISU is only displayed if ISU 908 Dehum Cooling Limit Control is set to Cooling Droop. The thermostat uses the cooling system to reduce humidity by lowering the temperature up to 5° F below the current cool setpoint until the desired humidity level is reached. The thermostat keeps the temperature below the cooling setpoint until the desired humidity level is reached. 31 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 912 User Dehumidifier User Dehumidifier in Heat Mode Use Dehumidifier in Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 900 Dehum in Heat Mode - No or Yes Cool Mode - Yes Equipment is set to Dehumidifier. Use Dehumidifier in Cool Mode - Use Dehumidifier No or Yes in Cool Mode Default varies based Heat: Includes Heat, Emergency Heat and Auto. Use Dehumidifier in Off Mode - on heating/cooling If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat Use Dehumidifier No or Yes equipment selected will allow dehumidification if the last call was for in Off Mode heat. Cool: Includes Cool and Auto. If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat will allow dehumidification if the last call was for cool. Off: The thermostat will allow dehumidification when the system setting is Off. See “Dehumidification - Residential” beginning on page 60 or “Dehumidification - Commercial” beginning on page 64. 913 Dehum Fan Tstat Controls Fan Tstat Controls Fan Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 900 Dehum Control Equip Controls Fan Equipment is set to Dehumidifier. Tstat Controls Fan: The thermostat turns on the dehumidifier and the fan when dehumidification is needed. Equip Controls Fan: The thermostat turns on the dehumidifier when dehumidification is needed. The fan is controlled by the equipment. 914 Run Dehumidifier Yes Yes Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 900 Dehum when Cool is On No Equipment is set to Dehumidifier. Yes: Dehumidifier can run when the cooling system is on. No: Dehumidifier can NOT run when the cooling system is on. 918 Dehum Away Not Allowed Not Allowed Both This ISU is NOT displayed when ISU 900 Mode Allowed Dehum Equipment is None. ISU 919 to 920 are only displayed when ISU 918 Dehum Away Mode is Allowed. See “Dehumidification Away Mode” beginning on page 63. 919 Dehum Away Automatic Automatic Both The On and Circulate settings may re-introduce Mode Fan Setting On humidity into the living space. Circulate 920 Dehum Away 70° F to 80° F 76° F Both If the cooling system is used to control humidity Mode Low Limit while Dehumidification Away Mode is active, the Temp thermostat allows the cooling system to lower the indoor air to the Low Limit Temperature Setting to reach the dehumidification setting at ISU 920. 920 Dehum Away 70° F to 99° F 85° F Both The temperature maintained while mode Temp Dehumidification Away Mode is active and the Setting desired humidity level is satisfied. 920 Dehum Away 40% to 70% (in 5% increments) 65% Both The desired humidity level while mode Dehum Dehumidification Away Mode is active. Setting 33-00096—01 32 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 921 Dehumidifier Filter Off Off Both Reminder 30, 60, Calendar Days 3 to 12 Calendar Months (in 1 month increments) 1000 Ventilation Type None None Both None: The thermostat does not control ERV / HRV ventilation. Passive (Fan Only) ERV/HRV: The thermostat controls an Energy Fresh Air Damper Recovery Ventilator or Heat Recovery Ventilator for ventilation. Passive (Fan Only): The thermostat turns on the fan for ventilation. Fresh Air Damper: The thermostat turns on the fan and opens a fresh air damper for ventilation. 1002 Ventilation Wiring None Thermostat defaults Both Number of Universal Outputs: U1 to the unused TH8321 Thermostat: U1 terminals universal terminal U1. U1 are dry contacts that require power. See “Wiring IAQ Equipment or a Heat/Cool Stage to the Universal Terminals” beginning on page 86. 1005 Ventilation ASHRAE Defaults to Both See “Ventilation Control Methods (ISU 1005)” Method Percent On Time ASHRAE beginning on page 68. when ISU 101 Application is set to Residential. Percent on Time is the only choice when ISU 101 Application is set to Commercial. 1006 Vent Fan Control Tstat Controls Fan Tstat Controls Fan Both Tstat Controls Fan: The thermostat turns on the Equip Controls Fan ventilation equipment and the fan when ventilation is needed. Equip Controls Fan: The thermostat turns on the ventilation equipment when ventilation is needed. The fan is controlled by the equipment. 1009 Number of 1 to 6 2 bedrooms Residential This ISU is only displayed when ISU 1005 Bedrooms Ventilation Method is set to ASHRAE (Residential only). 1009 Size of House 1000 to 5000 sq. ft. (in 100 sq. 1000 sq. feet Residential This ISU is only displayed when ISU 1005 ft. increments) Ventilation Method is set to ASHRAE (Residential only). (90 to 460 sq. m.) 1010 Ventilation Rate 30 to 350 CFM (in 5 CFM 150 Residential This ISU is only displayed when ISU 1005 increments) Ventilation Method is set to ASHRAE (Residential only). (850 - 9900 LPM) 1012 Vent Percent On 10% to 100% (in 10% 30% Both The thermostat operates ventilation equipment Time increments) based on a percentage entered in the installer setup (ISU 1012). For example, if Percent on Time is set to 50%, the ventilation equipment will run at random times during a 1 hour period until it reaches a 50% run time (approximately 30 minutes). 33 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 1012 Vent Priority Lockouts Lockouts Residential Lockouts are Priority: The thermostat places a ASHRAE priority on lockouts versus the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard. The thermostat will not run ventilation during the following lockout conditions (if configured) unless you manually call for ventilation: • Lockout Ventilation during Outdoor Conditions (ISU 1013) • Lockout Ventilation on Humidification or Dehumidification Calls (ISU 1014) • Lockout Ventilation during “Sleep” (Residential) or “Unoccupied” (Commercial) program periods. Note: This option is set by the user on the Ventilation screen in the Menu. ASHRAE is Priority: ASHRAE requires additional ventilation following a long off cycle. The thermostat meets the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard by running additional ventilation when outdoor conditions are favorable. If ASHRAE cannot be met when outdoor conditions are favorable, the thermostat will override the outdoor lockouts and run ventilation. When using this option, it is recommended to increase the rate (CFM) of the ventilation equipment to meet the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard in a shorter run time. Notes: • ISU 1014 Lockout Ventilation on Humidification or Dehumidification calls is not an option when you select ASHRAE is Priority. • The ability to lockout ventilation during the “Sleep” or Unoccupied program periods is not an option when you select ASHRAE is Priority. 1013 Low Outdoor Off Off Both Requires an outdoor sensor. Temp Vent -20° F to 40° F (in 5° F Lockout increments) This ISU is only displayed when ISU 1000 Ventilation Type is set to ERV / HRV or Fresh Air Damper. See “Ventilation — Outdoor Condition Lockouts (ISU 1013)” beginning on page 68. 1013 High Outdoor Off Off Both Requires an outdoor sensor. Temp Vent 80° F to 110° F (in 5° F Lockout increments) This ISU is only displayed when ISU 1000 Ventilation Type is set to ERV / HRV or Fresh Air Damper. See “Ventilation — Outdoor Condition Lockouts (ISU 1013)” beginning on page 68. 1013 High Out. Dew Off Off Both Requires Internet connection. Point Vent 65° F to 85° F (in 5° F Lockout increments) This ISU is only displayed when ISU 1000 Ventilation Type is set to ERV / HRV or Fresh Air Damper. See “Ventilation — Outdoor Condition Lockouts (ISU 1013)” beginning on page 68. 33-00096—01 34 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 1014 Vent During Hum Yes Yes Both This feature is used to help reach the user's or Dehum Calls No desired humidity level by not allowing the ventilation equipment to run during a call for humidification or dehumidification. Yes: Ventilation is allowed to run during a call for humidification or dehumidification. No: Ventilation is NOT allowed to run during a call for humidification or dehumidification. 1016 Vent On High Off On Both This ISU is only displayed when ISU 1000 Indoor Humidity On Ventilation Type is set to ERV / HRV. Off: The humidity level has no effect on ventilation. On: The thermostat removes excess humidity by turning on the ventilator when the indoor humidity rises 10% above the user's humidification setting. The thermostat must be in the heat mode to ventilate on high humidity. 1017 Ventilator Core Off Off Both Ventilator Core Cleaning Reminder Reminder 3, 6, 9, 12 Calendar Months 1017 Ventilator Filter Off Off Both Ventilator Filter Cleaning Reminder Reminder 3, 6, 9, 12 Calendar Months 1100 Number of UV 0, 1, 2 0 Both Press the up/down arrows to select the number Devices of UV devices installed in the system. Some systems may have two UV devices, one for the A-Coil and another for Air Treatment. A replacement reminder can be setup for each one. Select 0 if no UV devices are installed. 1105 UV Bulb 1 Off, 6, 12, 24 Calendar Months Off Both UV Bulb 1 Replacement Reminder Reminder Note: “1” is not displayed if there is only 1 UV Bulb 1105 UV Bulb 2 Off, 6, 12, 24 Calendar Months Off Both UV Bulb 2 Replacement Reminder Reminder 1200 Custom View / Edit Custom Reminders None Both See “Customizable Reminders” beginning on Reminders Add Custom Reminders page 73. 28 Backlighting On Demand On Demand Both Select Continuous or On Demand backlighting. Continuous Select Continuous backlighting if you would like the backlight to be on all the time. Select On Demand backlighting if you would like the backlight to only turn on after a key press. After you complete your changes, the screen stays lit for 45 seconds. 1400 Clock Format 12 hour 12 Both 24 hour 1401 Daylight Saving Off On Both Set to Off in areas that do not follow Daylight Time On Saving Time. 35 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Table 2. Installer Setup (ISU) Table. (Continued) Residential, ISU Installer Setup Commercial Number Name Settings Default or Both Notes 1402 Indoor -3° F to 3° F (in 1° F increments) 0° F Both 0° F - No difference in displayed temperature Temperature and the actual room temperature. Offset The thermostat displays up to 3°F (1.5°C) lower or higher than the actual measured temperature. 1402 Indoor Humidity -12% to 12% (in 1% increments) 0% Both 0% - No difference in displayed humidity and Offset the actual room humidity. The thermostat displays up to 12% lower or higher than the actual measured humidity. 1404 Alert Light On On Both The thermostat has a built in light indicator. Indicator Off When an alert is active, the light will be on continuous if the thermostat is powered with 24 VAC (C wire) or it will flash if the thermostat is powered with batteries only. The light also turns on when the system setting is set to Em Heat. Select On to use the light indicator or select Off to turn off the light. 1500 Dealer Name [Dealer Name] None Both Dealer information is displayed to the user when 1500 Dealer Phone [Dealer Phone] None Both an alert is active and the user can access this information by selecting "Dealer Information" in 1501 Dealer Email [Dealer Email Address] None Both the Menu. Address 1501 Dealer Website [Dealer Website] None Both 1502 Dealer Message [Dealer Message] None Both 33-00096—01 36 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Connect to Wi-Fi® Network 1. Touch MENU DoaIol Inrol Madorl 2. Select Wi-Fi Setup. Wi-Fi Setup The thermostat will scan for available Wi-Fi networks. Installer Options 3. The screen displays “Finding Networks Please Wait” after which it displays a list of all Wi-Fi networks it can M35352 find. 4. Find the name of the network you want to use by pressing the arrow buttons to scroll up/down or left/right. Finding Networks Press the Wi-Fi network name, then press Select. Please Wait NOTE: If the Wi-Fi network name is hidden, see “Connecting to a hidden Wi-Fi network” on M35349 page 38. 5. When prompted, press the screen to edit the password Select Wi-Fi Network (if necessary). Your Network 6. Enter the password. Press the  or  buttons to change the letter or  number. Press the button to move to the next M35347 character, or the  button to move to the previous character. Use the  or  buttons at the bottom to change letter case. Press Done when complete. Enter Password 7. The screen will let you know when the connection is Press Here to Edit successful. Press Done when the connection is successful. M35350 If the connection is not successful, the screen will explain why not. See “Unsuccessful connection” on page 38. Follow instructions on the screen to try again. Delete Space NOTE: Press the  for more information about an AC unsuccessful connection. 8. If you want remote access to the thermostat, you must set up an account at mytotalconnectcomfort.com and add the thermostat to the account. NOTE: You will need the thermostat MAC and CRC IDs to M35346 add the thermostat. They are on the screen under Menu, Wi-Fi Setup and on the Thermostat ID Card packed with the thermostat. M35360 Connection Successful M35351 Register at: Honeywell.com/TCC M35361A 37 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Connect to a hidden Wi-Fi® network 1. Touch MENU, then Wi-Fi Setup. DoaIol Inrol Madorl 2. Touch Other, then Select. Wi-Fi Setup 3. When prompted, press the screen to edit the network Installer Options name. 4. Enter the network name. M35352 Press the  or  buttons to change the letter or  number. Press the button to move to the next character, or the  button to move to the previous WirelessNetwork character. Use the  or  buttons at the bottom to Other... change letter case. Press Done when complete. 5. Select the appropriate network security setting, then M35353 press Select. 6. Enter the Wi-Fi network password as explained above in “Connecting to Wi-Fi Network”, step 6. Enter Network Name Unsuccessful Wi-Fi connection Press Here to Edit If you are unsuccessful in connecting the thermostat to the M35354 Wi-Fi network, you will see a Connection Failed screen. Press  button for other tips about this failed connection. Here are three specific reasons the connection might be unsuccessful. Delete Space For all Connection Failed screens, pressing Done will return to AC the Menu screen. Invalid Password The password you entered is invalid. Check that you have the right password and try again. M35346 No IP Address The thermostat was unable to obtain an IP address from the router. Verify the router is correctly set up to automatically SSID Security assign IP addresses. This connection can take several Open Network minutes. If there is still no connection, remove the thermostat from the wallplate for 10 seconds, then snap it back into place. M35355 No Internet Link The thermostat connected to the Wi-Fi network but was unable to establish a connection to the internet. Check the router settings and try again. Make sure the Ethernet cable is plugged into the router and try rebooting the router if necessary. 33-00096—01 38 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® INSTALLER TESTS Use the installer tests to check out the system: • Equipment Test: Tests the heating, cooling, fan, and IAQ equipment. The test allows you to manually call for each system to ensure the equipment and thermostat operate properly. Any minimum off timers are ignored during the system test. You can test the following equipment: —Heat —Em Heat —Cool Fig. 24. —Fan — Humidification — Dehumidification — Ventilation — Economizer — Time of Day Accessing Installer Test 1. Press MENU on the home screen, then scroll down to Installer Options and press SELECT. 2. Enter the password (date code) when prompted. See “Finding Your Password (Date Code) to Access Installer Options” beginning on page 9 for more information. 3. Scroll down to Installer Test and press SELECT. Fig. 25. 2. Run Time and Discharge temperature are displayed for heating and cooling tests (requires Discharge Air Sen- sor). See Fig. 26. The Discharge temperature updates every 30 seconds during the test. The Run Time counter starts over when the next stage is turned on. Fig. 23. CAUTION Equipment Damage Hazard. Minimum compressor off time is bypassed during the Equipment Test Avoid cycling compressor quickly. Using the Installer Test 1. Select the equipment you want to test and press the arrow buttons to turn the equipment on/off. Press Back to test the remaining equipment. NOTE: The time out for the Equipment Test mode is 30 minutes (if there is no keypress for 30 minutes, Fig. 26. the thermostat will automatically exit the Equip- ment Test). 39 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® MOUNTING C7089U1006 WIRED OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR Do not mount the sensor: • in direct sunlight. • where hot or cold air blows on the sensor. Discharge line from an outdoor compressor unit, vent or fan causes inaccurate temperature readings. • where snow, ice or debris can cover it. Use the following steps to mount the sensor: 1. Remove the sensor from the mounting clip. 2. Mark the area on the location selected for mounting the sensor mounting clip. 3. Mount the clip. 4. See “Wiring C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor” on page 87. M7514 Fig. 27. Typical locations for C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor. OPERATION HOME. Touch to display Home screen. FAN. Select fan mode. SYSTEM. Select system mode (Heat/Cool). MENU. Touch to display options. Start here to set a program schedule. Current status. Shows system mode (heat/cool), outdoor temperature (with optional outdoor sensor or Wi-Fi ® connection) and humidity (requires Wi-Fi connection). Current schedule. Touch an arrow to change temperature setting and select a Temporary or Permanent Hold. Indoor conditions. Shows indoor temperature and humidity. Current time. Touch to set the current time/date. Alert Light. On when alert message is active or system is set to EmHeat. Fig. 28. Quick reference to residential display. NOTE: The screen lights when you press any button. After you complete your changes, the screen stays lit for 45 seconds. Depending on how your thermostat was installed, the screen light may always be on. 33-00096—01 40 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® HOME. Touch to display Home screen. FAN. Select fan mode. SYSTEM. Select system mode (Heat/Cool). MENU. Touch to display options. Start here to set a program schedule. Current status. Shows system mode (heat/cool), outdoor temperature (with optional outdoor sensor, or Wi-Fi ® connection) and humidity (requires Wi-Fi connection). Override. Touch to override program schedule. Current schedule. Touch an arrow to change temperature setting and set a Temporary Hold. Current program status. Indoor conditions. Shows indoor temperature and humidity. Current time. Touch to set the current time/date. Alert Light. On when alert message is active or system is set to EmHeat. Fig. 29. Quick reference to commercial display. NOTE: The screen lights when you press any button. After you complete your changes, the screen stays lit for 45 seconds. Depending on how your thermostat was installed, the screen light may always be on. Setting the Time/Date 1. Touch the current time. The screen displays Select Option. Please Set Time 6 :30 PM MCR34094 Fig. 32. MCR34092 5. Touch Home to redisplay the Home screen. NOTE: The date is not shown on the home screen; how- Fig. 30. ever, it should be set to allow the thermostat to 2. Touch Time or Date, then touch Select. adjust time automatically for daylight saving time and for other features such as vacation hold. Setting the Fan Select Option 1. Touch FAN to display fan settings. Time Date MCR34155 MCR34096 Fig. 31. Fig. 33. 3. Touch  or  until the proper time/date is displayed. 2. Touch On, Auto, Circ, or Follow Schedule. 4. Touch Done to save or Cancel to ignore changes. 41 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 3. Touch Done to save and exit. Preset Energy-Saving Schedules • On: Fan is always on. • Auto: Fan runs only when heating or cooling system is These default Energy Saver settings can reduce expenses. on. • Circ: Fan runs randomly, about 35% of the time (residential only). Table 3. Residential Use Default Schedule. • Follow Schedule: Fan controlled by program. This Start Heat Cool Heat Cool option may not appear, depending on how your fan Period Time (Mon-Fri) (Mon-Fri) (Sat-Sun) (Sat-Sun) was programmed. Wake 6:00 am 70° 78° 70° 78° Leave 8:00 am 62° 85° 62° 85° Return 6:00 pm 70° 78° 70° 78° On Auto Circ Sleep 10:00 pm 62° 82° 62° 82° Table 4. Commercial Use Default Schedule. MCR34097 Period Start Time Heat Cool Fan Occupied 1 8:00 am 70° 75° On Fig. 34. Unoccupied 1 10:00 pm 55° 85° Auto Occupied 2* 12:00 am 70° 75° On NOTE: In commercial use, touch Auto or On to temporar- ily override the programmed fan schedule. Unoccupied 2* 12:00 am 55° 85° Auto * Period 2 is cancelled by default. If you activate it, the values Setting System Mode shown above are default settings. 1. Touch SYSTEM to display system settings. Adjusting Program Schedules 1. Touch MENU. MCR34098 Fig. 35. MCR34100 2. Touch desired option Fig. 37. • Heat: Controls only the heating system. • Cool: Controls only the cooling system. 2. Select Edit Schedule to display Use Scheduling Assis- • Off: Heating/cooling systems are off. tant? • Auto: Selects heating or cooling depending on the indoor temperature. • Em Heat (heat pumps with aux. heat): Controls auxiliary/emergency heat. Compressor is locked out. Edit Schedule View Schedule Heat Cool Auto Off MCR34101 Fig. 38. MCR34099 • Touch Yes to create a schedule by answering simple questions. Fig. 36. • Touch No to manually create a program schedule. 3. Touch Done to save and exit. NOTE: The Auto and Em Heat system settings may not appear, depending on how your thermostat was Use Scheduling installed. Assistant? MCR34102 Fig. 39. 33-00096—01 42 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® NOTE: To reduce costs, use the “Preset Energy-Saving Overriding Schedules: Residential Schedules” on page 42. Use 3. Select the days to schedule, touch Next. 1. Touch  or  to adjust the temperature (right side of screen) and the Hold Until time (left side). The schedule will resume when the Hold Until time expires. Select the days to schedule Temporary Hold Permanent Hold MCR34151 MCR34103 Fig. 40. Fig. 42. 4. Touch  or  to set your Wake time for selected day(s). 5. Touch  or  to set Heat and Cool temperatures for the 2. Select Permanent Hold to keep the same temperature Wake period. until you change it or resume the program schedule. 6. Touch other time periods (Leave, Return, Sleep) to set Touch Cancel Hold at any time to resume the program time and temperatures for each. schedule. 7. Touch Done to save and exit (Touch Cancel to exit with- out saving changes). Overriding Schedules: Commercial Use Touch  or to adjust the temperature. It will be maintained Set Wake until the hold time you set. time & temperature • To change the hold time, touch the Hold Until arrow buttons. This time can be adjusted up to the maximum time set by the installer. MCR34152 Fig. 41. NOTE: Touch Cancel Period to eliminate any unwanted time period. MCR34169 Touch Fan Setting to customize fan settings for any time period. Fig. 43. • Touch Override to use a pre-set occupied temperature if a person uses the room during an unoccupied period. The new temperature will be maintained for 1 hour and can be adjusted up to the maximum time set by the installer. 43 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Setting Vacation Hold: Residential Use This feature helps you save energy while you are away, and restores comfortable settings just before you return home. 1. Touch MENU. MCR34100 Fig. 48. 2. Select Vacation Mode. MCR34106 Fig. 44. The programmed schedule will resume when the override timer Vacation Mode expires. Touch Cancel Hold at any time to resume the program Equipment Status schedule. Viewing Equipment Status MCR34110 1. Touch MENU. Fig. 49. 3. Touch  or  to select the date you leave, then touch Next for further scheduling details, including times of day, MCR34100 temperature settings, return date, and return settings. Fig. 45. 2. Select Equipment Status. Date You Leave Jul 17, 2012 Equipment Status Date/Time MCR34111 Fig. 50. MCR34108 4. Review your selections on the last display, and touch Fig. 46. Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to ignore the changes. 3. Touch  or  to view the status of all the equipment your thermostat is controlling. Depending on how your thermostat was installed, the Equipment Status screen can report data about the following systems: • Heating and cooling Jul 25 - Jul 26 •Fan Heat: 72 Cool: 78 • Humidification • Dehumidification • Ventilation • Maintenance reminders MCR34112 • Thermostat information Fig. 51. Setting Holiday/Event Schedules: Heat Stage 1: Off Commercial Use Cool Stage 1: On This feature helps you conserve energy when the workplace is unoccupied for special events and holidays. MCR34109 Fig. 47. 33-00096—01 44 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 1. Touch MENU. 2. Select Create New Event. MCR34100 Create New Event Fig. 52. 2. Select Holiday Schedule. MCR34116 Fig. 56. Holiday Schedule 3. Select Specific Date or Month/Weekday. Holiday Mode • For Specific Date, you are prompted to select the event’s start date, settings, end date, and frequency. • For Month/Weekday, you are prompted to select the month, day of the week, week of the month, settings, MCR34113 length of event, and frequency for the event. Fig. 53. 3. Select the item you want to schedule and touch Next for further scheduling details. Select Occurence • Custom Events lets you set up other days for special Specific Date schedules. • US and Canadian Holiday options let you select from a list of holidays commonly observed in each country. MCR34117 Fig. 57. Custom Events 4. Review the settings and touch Done to save them. Touch US Holidays Cancel to ignore the changes. MCR34114 Schedule adjusted Fig. 54. to 62 in heating 4. Make selections as prompted on each screen. For more information, see next two pages. 5. Touch Done to save your settings. MCR34118 Setting Custom Events: Commercial Fig. 58. Use Setting Holiday Schedule: This feature lets you customize temperature settings to be maintained during a specific event. You can set up an event for Commercial Use a specific date or day in a month. The thermostat resumes This feature lets you customize temperature settings to be normal scheduling after the event. The thermostat can be maintained on specified national holidays. The thermostat scheduled for up to 25 Custom Events. resumes normal scheduling between selected holidays. 1. Select Custom Events from the Holiday Schedule menu. 1. Select US Holidays or Canadian Holidays from the Holi- day Schedule menu. 2. Select Add/Edit Holidays. A list of national holidays is displayed. Custom Events US Holidays MCR34114 Fig. 55. 45 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 1. Touch MENU. Add / Edit Holidays MCR34100 Fig. 62. MCR34119 2. Select Holiday Mode to display Temperature While Away. Fig. 59. 3. Touch the check box next to each holiday for which you want to maintain specific settings, (Touch  or  to Holiday Mode scroll through the holiday list.) then touch Next. Equipment Status Set the holiday schedule for Occupied or Unoccupied temperatures, depending whether the building will be in use. MCR34122 Fig. 63. 3. Touch  or  to select the Heat and Cool temperatures, Select US holidays then touch Next to select return date. New Year’s Day Temperature MCR34120 While Away Fig. 60. 4. Touch  or  to select the Heat and Cool temperatures. Temperature During Holiday MCR34123 Fig. 64. 4. Review the settings and touch Done to save them. Touch Cancel to ignore the changes. NOTE: The cool temperature can only be set higher than the unoccupied program setting and the heat tem- perature can only be set lower than the unoccu- MCR34121 pied program setting. Fig. 61. Initiating Occupancy Mode: 5. Review the settings and touch Done to save them. Touch Cancel to ignore changes. Commercial Use This feature keeps temperature at an energy saving level until Setting Holiday Override: you touch Press HERE to Start Occupancy. When you arrive, touch the message to maintain a comfortable temperature Commercial Use while the room is occupied. This feature lets you customize temperature settings to be maintained from now until a specified date. The thermostat resumes normal scheduling on the date you select. 33-00096—01 46 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Press HERE to Humidification Start Occupancy Off Auto MCR34129 M34127 Fig. 68. 3. Touch  or  to select humidity level. Fig. 65. 4. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to Touch the  or  buttons to set the temperature or the Hold ignore changes. Until time. The temperature is maintained until the time you set. 5. If frost or condensation appears on the windows, press Temperature returns to an energy-saving level after the timer MENU, scroll down and select Window Protection. expires, or the “Occupied” period ends. NOTE: This feature is available only when programmed by the installer. Adjusting Humidification Settings 1. Touch MENU and select Humidification. Fig. 69. MCR34100 6. Window Protection is set on a scale from 1–10. A setting of 1 represents poorly insulated windows and a setting of Fig. 66. 10 represents well insulated windows. A lower number automatically reduces the humidity to help prevent frost or condensation on your windows. Use a higher number if indoor air seems too dry. To prevent frost/condensation on your windows during cold outdoor temperatures, poorly insulated windows require a lower Window Pro- Humidification tection setting, which will limit how much your humidifier Window Protection can run. 7. After you set the Window Protection setting, check for frost/condensation on your windows in the morning. If MCR34128 frost/condensation is present, adjust the Window Protec- tion setting to the next lowest number and check for frost/ condensation on your windows the next morning. Con- Fig. 67. tinue to adjust the Window Protection setting to a lower 2. Select Auto. number until frost/condensation is no longer present. NOTE: Window Protection is available only if connected to an outdoor wired sensor or to the Internet. NOTE: The thermostat controls humidification and dehu- midification as needed to maintain the desired humidity level. Depending on how your thermo- stat was installed, the thermostat may maintain a 15% separation between humidification and dehu- midification settings. Adjusting Dehumidification Settings: Residential Use This feature can control a dehumidifier or use your air conditioner to reduce humidity. 47 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 1. Touch MENU and select Dehumidification. Dehumidification MCR34100 Off Auto Fig. 70. Dehumidification Equipment Status MCR34130 MCR34131 Fig. 71. Fig. 72. 2. Select Auto. 3. Touch  or  to select humidity level. 4. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to ignore changes. NOTE: If your air conditioner is used to control humidity, the temperature may drop up to 3° F below your temperature setting until humidity reaches the desired level. 33-00096—01 48 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Adjusting Dehumidification Settings: Adjusting Ventilation Settings Commercial Use 1. Touch MENU, and select Ventilation. This feature can control a dehumidifier or use your air conditioner to reduce humidity. 1. Touch MENU and select Dehumidification. MCR34100 Fig. 76. MCR34100 Fig. 73. Ventilation Equipment Status Dehumidification MCR34132 Equipment Status Fig. 77. 2. Select Mode, Temporary Boost, or Lockout, then select MCR34130 appropriate options. Fig. 74. 2. Select Auto. Mode Temporary Boost Dehumidification Off Auto MCR34133 Fig. 78. 3. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to ignore changes. MCR34134 MCR34131 Fig. 79. Fig. 75. Ventilation Options 3. Touch  or  to select humidity level. 4. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to Mode: ignore changes. Auto: Ventilation runs as programmed by the installer. If your air conditioner is used to control humidity, the thermostat may use the following methods to maintain Off: Ventilation remains off unless turned on using the humidity: timer. • Cool from 1° to 5° F lower than your temperature setting. • Run cooling for the minimum “on” time to reduce humidity. On: Ventilation is always on. • Run cooling and heating at the same time to reduce humidity without lowering the temperature. Ventilation Mode Off Auto On MCR34135 Fig. 80. 49 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Temporary Boost: Touch  or  to select how long to run 2. Select an option and follow prompts: ventilation temporarily. To turn it off, set it to zero. • Reminders to change filters • Fahrenheit/Celsius display • 12/24-hour clock display • Display Options – Backlighting (Continuous or On Demand) Run Ventilation For – Inactive Backlight (Backlight level while the screen 60 minutes is not in use. Backlighting must be set to Continuous.) – Screen Contrast • Alert light options MCR34136 • Scheduling options • Adaptive recovery Fig. 81. • Default schedule Lockout: Touch  or  to select Yes or No, then touch Next. • Daylight saving time Select Yes to prevent ventilation from running during the Sleep or Unoccupied (commercial) program periods or when outdoor conditions exceed values set by the installer. Reminders Fahrenheit/Celsius Lockout in Sleep Period: No MCR34139 Fig. 85. MCR34137 3. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to ignore changes. Fig. 82. Cleaning the Thermostat Screen Setting Preferences When you select the Clean Screen option, the screen is locked Preference menu options let you select how the thermostat to prevent accidental changes to the thermostat while you displays information or responds to certain situations. clean the screen. 1. Touch MENU and select Preferences. 1. Touch MENU. MCR34100 MCR34100 Fig. 86. Fig. 83. 2. Select Clean Screen. A prompt asks if you want to clean the screen for 30 seconds. Preferences Clean Screen Clean Screen Security Settings MCR34170 MCR34140 Fig. 84. Fig. 87. 33-00096—01 50 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 3. Touch Yes. A countdown timer displays elapsed time until • Unlocked: Full access allowed. the screen is reactivated. • Partially locked: Only temperature can be changed. • Fully locked: No access allowed. Clean screen for 30 seconds? Lock Mode Unlocked MCR34141 M34197 Fig. 88. Fig. 92. NOTE: Do NOT spray any liquid directly on the thermo- stat. Spray liquids onto cloth, then use the damp NOTE: If you choose to use a password for additional cloth to clean the screen. Use water or household security, write it down for reference. glass cleaner. Avoid abrasive cleansers. Adjusting Security Settings You can adjust security options to prevent unauthorized changes to system settings. 1. Touch MENU and select Security Settings. Viewing Dealer Information Check dealer information if you need to contact your installer for maintenance, repairs, or upgrades. MCR34100 1. Touch MENU. Fig. 89. MCR34100 Security Settings Fig. 93. Dealer Information 2. Select Dealer Information. MCR34142 Fig. 90. Dealer Information Installer Options 2. Select an option and follow prompts: MCR34022 Change Lock Mode Fig. 94. Create Password 3. Scroll through the displayed information. 4. Touch Done to return to the menu. MCR34143 Fig. 91. ABC HEATING & AIR 555-555-5555 MCR34162 Fig. 95. 51 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Advanced Features P + I CONTROL A conventional mechanical or electronic thermostat does not ADAPTIVE INTELLIGENT RECOVERY (RESIDENTIAL USE control temperature precisely at setpoint. Typically there is an ONLY) offset (droop) in the control point as the system load changes. Over time, the VisionPRO® thermostat "learns" how long it Many factors contribute to offset including the switch takes your system to reach your programmed temperature differential, thermal lag, overshoot, cycle rates and system setting. load. The thermostat turns on the heating/cooling system early and The VisionPRO® thermostat however, works much differently assures that the programmed temperature setting is reached at than a conventional mechanical or electronic thermostat. The the programmed time regardless of weather conditions. For proprietary algorithm in the thermostat eliminates the factors example, if the Wake program period is set to 6:00 am with a causing offset (droop). This makes temperature control more heat setting of 70 degrees, the heat will turn on before 6:00 accurate than the conventional mechanical or electronic am, so the temperature is 70 degrees at 6:00 am. The thermostat. The temperature control algorithm is called thermostat displays "In Recovery" when it turns the system on proportional plus integral (P + I) control. early. The thermostat sensor or indoor sensor senses the current Adaptive Intelligent Recovery® calculates the recovery ramp space temperature. The proportional error is calculated by based on how far the room temperature is away from the comparing the sensed temperature to the setpoint temperature setting, previous equipment performance and temperature. The deviation from the setpoint is the proportional weather history, allowing the thermostat to start recovery at the error. optimal time so it can reach the programmed temperature The thermostat also determines integral error, which is a setting at the programmed time. deviation based on the length of error time (how long the The VisionPRO® thermostat uses two recovery ramps when sensed room temperature has been away from the setpoint setup to control a heat pump system. One ramp for the temperature). The sum of the two errors is the (P + I) error. The compressor and one ramp for the auxiliary heat. Once the cycle rate used to reach and maintain the setpoint temperature room temperature intersects the compressor ramp, the is computed using the P + I control algorithm. The addition of compressor turns on until the setpoint is reached. If the room the integral error is what differentiates the thermostat from temperature does not rise quickly enough and intersects the many other mechanical and electronic thermostats. See second ramp, the auxiliary heat turns on. It takes about one Fig. 97. week for the thermostat to adjust to weather conditions, equipment performance and construction of the home. If the THERMOSTAT temperature setting is reached too early or too late, the ramp is COOL SETPOINT adjusted for the next day's recovery. See Fig. 96. PROPORTIONAL COOL CONTROL POINT P+I CONTROL POINT P+I CONTROL POINT COMPRESSOR SETPOINT TEMPERATURE PROPORTIONAL HEAT AUXILIARY HEAT SETPOINT CONTROL POINT ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMOSTAT HEAT SETPOINT WAKE M6406A HEATING COOLING Fig. 96. 100 50 0 50 100 PERCENT LOAD DEHUMIDIFICATION AWAY MODE M4414 Your system can be set to control indoor climate while your home is vacant during the humid season. Before you leave, Fig. 97. touch MENU, then select Dehum Away Mode. Temperature and humidity will be kept at levels that protect your home and Installer Options possessions. When you return, touch Cancel to resume normal operation. Installer options require a password and should only be changed by a qualified technician. COMPRESSOR PROTECTION The thermostat keeps the compressor off for a few minutes before restarting, to prevent equipment damage. During this "off" time, the message "Wait" is displayed on screen. PRE-OCCUPANCY PURGE (COMMERCIAL USE ONLY) MCR34100 This feature turns on the fan 1 to 3 hours before each “occupied” time period, to provide a comfortable workplace Fig. 98. when you arrive. 33-00096—01 52 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Universal Output Options TH8321 Thermostat Only (U1) • Humidification (ISU 803) Installer Options • Dehumidification (ISU 904) • Ventilation (ISU 1002) • Cool Stage 3 (ISU 208) • Conventional Heat Stage 3 (ISU 210, 214) • Backup Heat Stage 2 for Heat Pumps (ISU 217) MCR33976 • Geothermal Radiant Heat (ISU 203) Fig. 99. Sensor Input (S1, S1) The S1 input can be setup to work with a sensor. See wiring diagrams beginning on page 88. The thermostat has one Sensor Input. Enter password 0 0 0 0 Sensor Option Indoor Air Sensor (ISU 500) • C7189U1005 (10K) • C7772A1004 (20K) MCR33977 • C7772A1012 (20K) • TR21 (20K) Fig. 100. • TR21-A (10K) Outdoor Air Sensor (ISU 500) Using the Temperature Display • C7089U1006 (10K) In some circumstances, the temperature displayed on the Home screen may not match the temperature near the Discharge Sensors (ISU 500) thermostat. • C7735A1000 (10k) • C7770A1006 (20K) If your system is set up to use indoor sensors, it may be • C7041 (20K) reading a sensor in another location. Staging Control Differential Between All Stages The thermostat provides Differential settings between all stages. The equipment changes stages based on how far the indoor temperature is from the setpoint. Differential settings provide a way to balance comfort and conservation. Heat Differential The indoor temperature must drop to the selected differential setting before the thermostat will turn on the stage of heating. For example, if stage 2 is set to 2 °F (1.0 °C), the indoor temperature must be 2 °F (1.0 °C) away from the setpoint before stage 2 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat will use the stage of heating as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1 °F (0.5 °C) degree of the setpoint. The thermostat turns on stage 2 when the capacity on stage 1 MCR33985 reaches 90%. Temperature reading depends on location of sensor Cool Differential The indoor temperature must rise to the selected differential Fig. 101. setting before the thermostat turns on the stage of cooling. For example, if stage 2 is set to 2 °F (1.0 °C), the indoor temperature must be 2 °F (1.0 °C) away from the setpoint Universal Output (U1, U1) before stage 2 turns on. When set to Comfort, the thermostat The U1 universal output can be setup to control IAQ equipment uses the stage of cooling as needed to keep the indoor and a stage of heating or cooling in the Installer Setup. Setup temperature within 1 °F (0.5 °C) degree of the setpoint. The options are listed below. thermostat turns on stage 2 when the capacity on stage 1 reaches 90%. 53 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® TO CHANGE DIFFERENTIAL SETTINGS MANUAL TEMPERATURE CHANGE 1. Select Advanced Options to view/adjust differentials When the Backup Heat Droop is set to Comfort, the thermostat between all stages. uses backup heat as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1 °F (0.5 °C) of the setpoint. The Comfort setting is NOT an option on heat pumps with fossil fuel backup heat. When the Backup Heat Droop is set to 2 °F or higher, if the primary heat is making progress as expected, backup heat will not be used to reach the new setpoint. Set to a higher number to use less backup heat (a greater difference between the current indoor temperature and the new setpoint is required to turn on backup heat). See notes below. PROGRAMMED RECOVERY If the primary heat is making progress as expected, backup heat will not be used to reach the setpoint of the next program period. Backup heat is always restricted during a programmed recovery when the Adaptive Intelligent Recovery feature is Fig. 102. used. See note below. 2. Default is Comfort. Adjust differentials as needed. NOTE: During a programmed recovery (or when the tem- perature setpoint is changed by the user), the thermostat waits to turn on the backup heat depending on system performance, load condi- tions and how many degrees the temperature set- point is changed. Backup heat will be used ONLY when the temperature is not rising quickly enough to reach the setpoint in a reasonable time. NOTE: If the backup heat was used in the last 2 hours because the primary heat was not able to main- tain the setpoint, the thermostat may turn on the backup heat earlier when the user raises the set- point. This does NOT apply to heat pumps with fossil fuel backup heat. Fig. 103. TO CHANGE BACKUP HEAT DROOP SETTINGS Backup Heat Droop 1. Select Basic Options or Advanced Options to view/adjust Backup Heat Droop settings. A Backup Heat Droop is available for any system with 2 heating types. For example: • Heat Pumps with any type of Backup Heat • Radiant Heat with any type of Backup Heat • Hot Water Fan Coil with any type of Backup Heat The Backup Heat Droop restricts backup heat during the following conditions: • Normal Operation • Manual Setpoint Changes The options are: • Comfort – keeps temperature within 1 degree of the setpoint. • 2 to 15 °F – Backup heat is not used unless the indoor Fig. 104. temperature drops to the selected Backup Heat Droop. For example, if the Backup Heat Droop is set to 2 °F (1.0 °C), 2. Default is Comfort. Adjust differentials as needed. the indoor temperature must be 2 °F (1.0 °C) away from the setpoint before the backup heat turns on. NORMAL OPERATION When the Backup Heat Droop is set to Comfort, the thermostat uses backup heat as needed to keep the indoor temperature within 1 °F (0.5 °C) of the setpoint. The Comfort setting is NOT an option on heat pumps with fossil fuel backup heat. When the Backup Heat Droop is set to 2 °F or higher, backup heat is not used unless the indoor temperature drops to the Backup Heat Droop setting or the Backup Heat Upstage Timer expires, whichever occurs first. The upstage timer starts when the highest stage of the previous equipment type turns on. Fig. 105. 33-00096—01 54 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Backup Heat Upstage Timer Multistage Control The Backup Heat Upstage Timer is available for any system Multistage Control keeps the high stage of the equipment with 2 heating types and the Backup Heat Droop is set to 2 °F running until the desired setpoint is reached. This setting is (1.0 °C) or higher. recommended for Geothermal Heat Pumps to allow the loop to rest. Backup heat is not used unless the indoor temperature drops to the Backup Heat Droop setting or the Backup Heat Upstage To view/adjust “Finish with High Heat Stage” or “Finish with Timer expires, whichever occurs first. The upstage timer starts High Cool Stage,” set ISU 301 Control Options to “Advanced when the highest stage of the previous equipment type turns Options.” See Fig. 107. Select Yes to turn on this feature. on. Default is No. Backup Heat Upstage Timer options are Off, 30 minutes to 16 hours. Default is Off. Fig. 106. Fig. 107. 55 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® HEAT PUMP AND BACKUP HEAT OPERATION Heat pump with outdoor temperature lockouts Outdoor temperature lockouts are optional. See Installer Setup options (ISU 312). Alert Light - General Forced Air Heat and then Backup Heat as needed to maintain the desired temperature. The thermostat allows you to set An alert light is located in the lower right corner of the differential temperature settings between each stage if you thermostat. See Fig. 28 and 29. This light turns red when an want the equipment to stage a certain way (see ISU 303 to ISU alert is active or the system is set to the Em. Heat mode. 309, page 16). For additional wiring diagrams, see “Wiring” beginning on page 84. Alert Light - Heat Pump Systems When the L terminal is wired to a compressor monitor and it NOTE: To turn off Radiant Heat during the shoulder sea- receives 24 volts, the alert light on the thermostat will turn red sons, install an outdoor reset control and connect to indicate a system problem. The thermostat monitors 24 volts to the Radiant Heat or switch the thermostat to on the L terminal in Heat, Cool and Auto modes. Emergency Heat mode. Alert Light - Emergency Heat Indication Electric Backup Heat (Backup Heat Allowed When the thermostat is setup for a Heat Pump with an to Run with Heat Pump) Auxiliary Heat source, the alert light will turn red when the user sets the system to the Em. Heat mode. It is normal for the alert HEAT MODE light to turn red in the Em. Heat mode to remind the user that The thermostat turns on Backup Heat only when the indoor they are currently operating their Emergency Heat and the temperature drops to the selected Backup Heat Droop setting Heat Pump is locked out. or the Backup Heat Upstage Timer expires (whichever occurs first). Geothermal Radiant Heat and Geothermal Forced Air Heat stay on when the Backup Heat turns on. Geothermal Radiant Heat EMERGENCY HEAT MODE The thermostat can be setup to control Geothermal Radiant The thermostat turns on the Backup Heat to maintain the Heat, Geothermal Forced Air Heat and Backup Heat, all from desired temperature setting. Geothermal Radiant Heat and one thermostat. The thermostat stages the equipment starting Geothermal Forced Air Heat are not used. with the Geothermal Radiant Heat followed by Geothermal 33-00096—01 56 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Fossil Fuel Backup Heat (Backup Heat NOT Fig. 110. Other options are "None" (Geothermal Forced Air is not used) and "Cool Only" (Geothermal Forced Air Allowed to Run with Heat Pump) is only used for cooling). See Fig. 110. HEAT MODE The thermostat turns on Backup Heat only when the indoor temperature drops to the selected Backup Heat Droop setting or the Backup Heat Upstage Timer expires (whichever occurs first). Geothermal Forced Air Heat turns off when the Backup Heat turns on. Geothermal Radiant Heat stays on when the Backup Heat turns on. EMERGENCY HEAT MODE The thermostat turns on the Backup Heat to maintain the desired temperature setting. Geothermal Radiant Heat and Geothermal Forced Air Heat are not used. Set Up Geothermal Radiant Heat Fig. 110. 1. Select Geothermal Radiant Heat as shown in Fig. 108. 4. Select the Reversing Valve. See Fig. 111. Fig. 108. Fig. 111. 2. Select the number of Radiant Heat Stages. See Fig. 109. 5. Select the number of Compressor and Backup Heat Stages. See Fig. 112. Fig. 109. 3. Select a Geothermal Forced Air Option. For example, if Geothermal Forced Air is used for both heating and cool- ing, select the "Heating and Cooling" option. See Fig. 112. 57 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 6. Select the Backup Heat Type. See Fig. 113. humidity to help prevent frost or condensation on your windows. Use a higher number if indoor air seems too dry. To prevent frost/condensation on your windows during cold outdoor temperatures, poorly insulated windows require a lower Window Protection setting, which will limit how much your humidifier can run. After you set the Window Protection setting, check for frost/ condensation on your windows in the morning. If frost/ condensation is present, adjust the Window Protection setting to the next lowest number and check for frost/condensation on your windows the next morning. Continue to adjust the Window Protection setting to a lower number until frost/condensation is no longer present. Fig. 113. INDOOR AIR QUALITY (IAQ) CONTROL Humidification The thermostat reads the indoor humidity level and allows the user to set a humidification setting with or without window protection. The thermostat can be set up to control a humidifier in any Fig. 114. system mode in the Installer Setup (ISU 806). A discharge air sensor is required to humidify in the cool mode. If Window Protection is turned Off, the thermostat controls the humidity level to the user's desired humidity setting. Frost or If humidification and dehumidification are setup to operate in condensation may appear on windows. the same system mode (Heat, Cool, Off) and you are sensing humidity from one location, the thermostat will automatically enforce a 15% deadband between the humidification and Set up Humidification dehumidification settings. The thermostat will automatically 1. Select the Humidifier Type at ISU 800. See Fig. 115. switch between humidification and dehumidification to maintain the desired humidity level. NOTE: Based on the humidifier type you select, the thermostat defaults to the most commonly used If humidification and dehumidification are setup to operate in settings for that humidifier type. the same system mode (Heat, Cool, Off) and you are sensing For example, a Bypass or Fan Powered humidi- humidity from two different locations using a indoor sensor, the fier will default ISU 807 to “Hum when Heat is thermostat will allow humidification and dehumidification to On.” operate at the same time, and there is no deadband between A Steam humidifier will default ISU 807 to "Tstat humidification and dehumidification settings. Controls Fan." Window Protection Window Protection limits the amount of humidity to prevent frost or condensation on windows. Window Protection (ISU 805) requires an outdoor sensor. The thermostat prevents frost or condensation on windows by not allowing the humidifier to run above a certain level. To prevent frost or condensation, the thermostat may turn off the humidifier before the humidity setting is reached. To adjust the Window Protection setting, press MENU, scroll down and select Window Protection. Window Protection is set on a scale from 1-10. A setting of "1" represents poorly insulated windows and a setting of "10" represents well insulated windows. A lower number automatically reduces the Fig. 115. 33-00096—01 58 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 2. Select the terminals wired to the humidifier. See allowed to run again after the discharge tem- Fig. 116. perature rises above the dew point tempera- ture. NOTE: U1 are Normally Open Dry Contacts that require power from the system transformer or a separate transformer. See “Wiring IAQ Equip- ment or a Heat/Cool Stage to the Universal Ter- minals” beginning on page 86. Fig. 116. 3. Set Window Protection setting. See Fig. 117. NOTE: Internet connection or wired outdoor sensor is Fig. 118. required for Window Protection. 5. Select from one of the Humidification Control Options (ISU 807). See Fig. 119. • Hum when Heat is On The thermostat turns on the humidifier only if the heat is currently running and humidification is needed. • Hum when Fan is On The thermostat turns on the humidifier only if the fan is currently running and humidification is needed. • Tstat Controls Fan The thermostat turns on the humidifier and the fan when humidification is needed. • Hum Controls Fan The thermostat turns on the humidifier when humidification is needed and the humidifier controls the fan. Fig. 117. 4. Select the system mode(s) to allow humidification. See Fig. 118. NOTE: Heat includes Heat, Emergency Heat and Auto. If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat will allow humidification if the last call was for heat. Cool includes Cool and Auto. If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat will allow humidifica- tion if the last call was for cool. A discharge sen- sor is required to humidify in the Cool mode. The thermostat prevents condensation in the Fig. 119. duct work by not allowing the humidifier to run when the discharge temperature goes below 6. Set the desired lockout option. See Fig. 120. the dew point temperature. The humidifier is 59 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Fig. 124. 6. Window Protection is set on a scale from 1–10. A setting of 1 represents poorly insulated windows and a setting of 10 represents well insulated windows. A lower number Fig. 120. automatically reduces the humidity to help prevent frost or condensation on your windows. Use a higher number NOTE: ISU 1014 gives the option to lockout ventilation if indoor air seems too dry. To prevent frost/condensation during calls for humidification. This helps main- on your windows during cold outdoor temperatures, tain the desired humidity level. poorly insulated windows require a lower Window Pro- tection setting, which will limit how much your humidifier Control Humidification Level can run. 7. After you set the Window Protection setting, check for 1. Touch MENU and select Humidification. frost/condensation on your windows in the morning. If frost/condensation is present, adjust the Window Protec- tion setting to the next lowest number and check for frost/ condensation on your windows the next morning. Con- MCR34100 tinue to adjust the Window Protection setting to a lower number until frost/condensation is no longer present. Fig. 121. NOTE: Internet connection or wired outdoor sensor is required for Window Protection. NOTE: If humidification and dehumidification are setup to operate in the same system mode (Heat, Cool, Humidification Off), the thermostat will automatically enforce a 15% deadband between the humidification and Window Protection dehumidification settings. The thermostat will automatically switch between humidification and dehumidification to maintain the desired humidity MCR34128 level. Fig. 122. Dehumidification - Residential 2. Select Auto. The thermostat reads the indoor humidity level and allows the user to set a dehumidification setting. The thermostat controls the humidity level using the cooling system or a whole house dehumidifier. Humidification If humidification and dehumidification are setup to operate in Off Auto the same system mode (Heat, Cool, Off), the thermostat will automatically enforce a 15% deadband between the humidification and dehumidification settings. The thermostat will automatically switch between humidification and dehumidification to maintain the desired humidity level. Dehumidification using the Cooling System When set for A/C with Low Speed Fan or A/C with High Speed Fan, an overcooling limit can be set from 0 °F to 3 °F (ISU 907). The thermostat uses the cooling system to reduce humidity by lowering the temperature up to 3° F below the MCR34129 current cool setpoint until the desired humidity level is reached. Fig. 123. If set for A/C with Low Speed Fan, configure U1 as normally open or normally closed (ISU 905) and wire to the Low Speed 3. Touch  or  to select humidity level. Fan terminal on the equipment. For example, if the U1 terminal 4. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to is normally closed, it will open when the thermostat calls for ignore changes. dehumidification. 5. If frost or condensation appears on the windows, press MENU, scroll down and select Window Protection. 33-00096—01 60 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® NOTE: The thermostat will not lower the fan speed when the second stage of cooling is on. Set up Dehumidification With Cooling System Some screens shown in this section may not appear on the thermostat, depending on how you set up dehumidification. 1. Select the Dehumidification Equipment in ISU 900. See Fig. 125. Fig. 128. 4. Set the Overcooling Limit. See Fig. 129. Options: • 0 °F to 3 °F (A/C with Low Speed Fan) • 1 °F to 3 °F (A/C with High Speed Fan) Fig. 125. Fig. 129. NOTE: ISU 1014 gives the option to lockout ventilation on calls for dehumidification. This helps main- tain the desired humidity level. Dehumidification using a Whole House Fig. 126. Dehumidifier The Whole House Dehumidifier option requires a dedicated 2. Select the terminals wired to the A/C with Low Speed unit for dehumidification. The thermostat can be set to control Fan. See Fig. 127. dehumidification in all modes (Heat, Off, Cool [ISU 912]). Set up Dehumidification With Whole House Dehumidifier Some screens shown in this section may not appear on the thermostat, depending on how you set up dehumidification. 1. Select the Dehumidification Equipment in ISU 900. See Fig. 130. Fig. 127. 3. Select whether the U1 terminal are Normally Open or Normally Closed. See Fig. 128. • Normally Open – contacts are normally open and will close during a call for dehumidification • Normally Closed – contacts are normally closed and will open during a call for dehumidification. Fig. 130. 61 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Fig. 131. 2. Select the terminals wired to the Whole House Dehumid- ifier. See Fig. 132. Fig. 133. 4. Set Dehumidifier Fan Control settings. See Fig. 134. • Tstat Controls Fan Thermostat turns on the dehumidifier and the fan when dehumidification is needed. • Equip Controls Fan Thermostat turns on the dehumidifier when dehumidification is needed. The fan is controlled by the equipment. Fig. 132. 3. Select the system mode(s) to allow dehumidification. See Fig. 133. NOTE: Heat includes Heat, Emergency Heat and Auto. If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat will allow dehumidification if the last call was for heat. Cool includes Cool and Auto. If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat will allow dehumidifi- cation if the last call was for cool. Fig. 134. 5. Set the desired lockout option. See Fig. 135. Fig. 135. NOTE: ISU 1014 gives the option to lockout ventilation during calls for dehumidification. This helps maintain the desired humidity level. 33-00096—01 62 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Dehumidification Away Mode Set up Dehumidification Away Mode Dehumidification Away Mode protects the home when 1. Select Allowed at ISU 918. See Fig. 138. unoccupied for long periods of time during hot and humid weather by maintaining the desired humidity and temperature settings. To start Dehumidification Away Mode, press MENU, then select Dehum Away Mode. Fig. 138. 2. Set Fan Control settings. See Fig. 139. • On: Fan is always on. • Automatic: Fan runs only when cooling system is on. • Circulate: Fan runs randomly, about 35% of the time. Fig. 136. The thermostat automatically follows settings that are set by the dealer during installer setup. Press Cancel to end Dehumidification Away Mode. Fig. 139. 3. Set temperature and dehumidification settings. See Fig. 140. Fig. 137. 63 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® • Low Limit Temperature Setting Control Dehumidification Level If the cooling system is used to control humidity while Dehumidification Away Mode is active, the thermostat 1. Touch MENU and select Dehumidification. allows the cooling system to lower the indoor air to the Low Limit Temperature Setting to reach the Dehumidification Setting at ISU 920. • Temperature Setting MCR34100 The temperature maintained while Dehumidification Fig. 141. Away Mode is active and the desired humidity level is satisfied. • Dehumidification Setting The desired humidity level while Dehumidification Away Mode is active. Dehumidification Equipment Status MCR34130 Fig. 142. 2. Select Auto. Dehumidification Off Auto MCR34131 Fig. 143. 3. Touch  or  to select humidity level. 4. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to ignore changes. NOTE: If your air conditioner is used to control humidity, the temperature may drop up to 3° F below your temperature setting until humidity reaches the desired level. NOTE: If humidification and dehumidification are setup to operate in the same system mode (Heat, Cool, Off), the thermostat will automatically enforce a 15% deadband between the humidification and dehumidification settings. The thermostat will automatically switch between humidification and dehumidification to maintain the desired humidity level. Dehumidification - Commercial The thermostat reads the indoor humidity level and allows the user to set a dehumidification setting. The thermostat controls the humidity level using the cooling system or a dehumidifier. If humidification and dehumidification are setup to operate in Fig. 140. the same system mode (Heat, Cool, Off), the thermostat will automatically enforce a 15% deadband between the 33-00096—01 64 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® humidification and dehumidification settings. The thermostat NOTE: Reheat can be used on heat pump applications will automatically switch between humidification and that have a forced air backup heat source (gas, dehumidification to maintain the desired humidity level. oil, or electric). The thermostat will turn on the first stage of forced air backup heat during Dehumidification Equipment Options: (ISU 900) Reheat. • A/C with Low Fan • A/C with High Fan NOTE: Reheat can be used on systems where the A-Coil • Hot Gas Bypass is located after the heating coil (heat exchanger), • Dehumidifier but it is not effective at removing humidity. NOTE: Hot Gas Bypass - During a call for dehumidifica- Reheat with Minimum On Time (ISU 908 and 909): This tion, the cooling capacity will be used to remove method uses both Reheat and Minimum On Time options more latent heat than sensible heat. The operation above to reach the desired humidity level. of Hot Gas Bypass varies by equipment. For more details, contact the equipment manufacturer. If set for A/C with Low Speed Fan, configure U1 as normally open or normally closed (ISU 905) and wire to the Low Speed Dehumidification using the Cooling System Fan terminal on the equipment. For example, if the U1 terminal is normally closed, it will open when the thermostat calls for Dehumidification using A/C with Low Speed Fan, A/C with High dehumidification. Speed Fan or Hot Gas Bypass, has the following methods of dehumidification control (ISU 908): NOTE: The thermostat will not lower the fan speed when the second stage of cooling is on. Set up Dehumidification With Cooling System Some screens shown in this section may not appear on the thermostat, depending on how you set up dehumidification. 1. Select the Dehumidification Equipment in ISU 900. See Fig. 145. Fig. 144. Basic (ISU 908): This option uses the cooling system to reach the desired humidity level. Minimum On Time, Cooling Droop and Reheat are not used with this method. This setting is commonly used if your dehumidification equipment is Hot Gas Bypass. Minimum On Time (ISU 908 and 909): This option ensures that the compressor runs long enough to effectively reduce Fig. 145. humidity when the cooling equipment is cycled on. The compressor will run for the minimum “on time” you set until the 2. Select the terminals wired to the A/C with Low Speed desired humidity level is reached. Fan or Hot Gas Bypass. See Fig. 146. Cooling Droop (ISU 908 and 910): This option uses the cooling system to lower the temperature up to 5° F below the current cool setpoint until the desired humidity is reached. The Dehum Over Cooling Limit range is from 1° to 5° F. Cooling Droop with Minimum On Time (ISU 908, 909, and 910): This method uses both options above to reduce humidity while maintaining a comfortable temperature. Reheat (ISU 908): This option allows heating to run during dehumidification to help maintain a comfortable temperature. If only cooling stage 1 is used, during the “off” cycle, both cooling and heating run at the same time as needed to dehumidify without overcooling. This option cannot be used in the Heat mode. This option is effective only if using a system with the A- Fig. 146. Coil located before the heating coil (heat exchanger). This feature requires a conventional forced air heating system (gas, 3. Select whether the U1 terminal is Normally Open or oil, or electric) in the application. Normally Closed. See Fig. 147. • Normally Open – contacts are normally open and will close during a call for dehumidification 65 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® • Normally Closed – contacts are normally closed and Dehumidification using a Dehumidifier will open during a call for dehumidification. The Dehumidifier option requires a dedicated unit for dehumidification. The thermostat can be set to control dehumidification in all modes (Heat, Off, Cool [ISU 912]). Set up Dehumidification With Dehumidifier Some screens shown in this section may not appear on the thermostat, depending on how you set up dehumidification. 1. Select the Dehumidification Equipment in ISU 900. See Fig. 149. Fig. 147. 4. Set the Dehumidification Control. See Fig. 148. For more information about these options, see “Dehumidification using the Cooling System” on page 65. Fig. 149. 2. Select the terminals wired to the Dehumidifier. See Fig. 150. Fig. 148. NOTE: ISU 1014 gives the option to lockout ventilation on calls for dehumidification. This helps main- tain the desired humidity level. Fig. 150. 33-00096—01 66 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 3. Select the system mode(s) to allow dehumidification. 5. Set the desired lockout option. See Fig. 153. See Fig. 151. NOTE: Heat includes Heat, Emergency Heat and Auto. If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat will allow dehumidification if the last call was for heat. Cool includes Cool and Auto. If the system is in Auto mode, the thermostat will allow dehumidifi- cation if the last call was for cool. Fig. 153. NOTE: ISU 1014 gives the option to lockout ventilation on calls for dehumidification. This helps main- tain the desired humidity level. Dehumidification Away Mode Dehumidification Away Mode for a commercial application is identical to Dehumidification Away Mode for a residential application. See “Dehumidification Away Mode” on page 63 and “Set up Dehumidification Away Mode” beginning on page 63. Control Dehumidification Level 1. Touch MENU and select Dehumidification. Fig. 151. 4. Set Dehumidifier Fan Control settings. See Fig. 152. MCR34100 • Tstat Controls Fan Thermostat turns on the dehumidifier and the fan Fig. 154. when dehumidification is needed. • Equip Controls Fan Thermostat turns on the dehumidifier when dehumidification is needed. The fan is controlled by the equipment. Dehumidification Equipment Status MCR34130 Fig. 155. Fig. 152. 67 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 2. Select Auto. • Percent On Time The thermostat operates ventilation equipment based on a percentage entered in the installer setup (ISU 1012). For example if Percent On Time is set to 50%, the ventilation equipment will run at random times during a 1 hour period Dehumidification until it reaches a 50% run time (approximately 30 minutes). Off Auto Default setting is 30%. Range is 10% to 100% in 10% increments. Ventilation Fan Control (ISU 1006) • Tstat Controls Fan The thermostat turns on the ventilator and the fan when ventilation is needed. • Equip Controls Fan The thermostat turns on the ventilator when ventilation is needed. The fan is controlled by the equipment. MCR34131 Ventilation Priority (ISU 1012) Fig. 156. • Lockouts are Priority The thermostat places a priority on lockouts versus the 3. Touch  or  to select humidity level. ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard. The thermostat will not 4. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to run ventilation during the following lockout conditions (if ignore changes. configured) unless you manually call for ventilation: — Lockout Ventilation during Outdoor Conditions (ISU If your air conditioner is used to control humidity, the 1013) thermostat may use the following methods to maintain — Lockout Ventilation on Humidification or Dehumidifica- humidity: tion Calls (ISU 1014) • Cool from 1° to 5° F lower than your temperature setting. — Lockout Ventilation during “Sleep” (Residential) or • Run cooling for the minimum “on” time to reduce humidity. “Unoccupied” (Commercial) program periods. Note: • Run cooling and heating at the same time to reduce This option is set by the user on the Ventilation screen humidity without lowering the temperature. in the Menu. • ASHRAE is Priority NOTE: If humidification and dehumidification are setup ASHRAE requires additional ventilation following a long off to operate in the same system mode (Heat, Cool, cycle. The thermostat meets the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation Off), the thermostat will automatically enforce a standard by running additional ventilation when outdoor 15% deadband between the humidification and conditions are favorable. If ASHRAE cannot be met when dehumidification settings. The thermostat will outdoor conditions are favorable, the thermostat will automatically switch between humidification and override the outdoor lockouts and run ventilation. When dehumidification to maintain the desired using this option, it is recommended to increase the rate humidity. (CFM) of the ventilation equipment to meet the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard in a shorter run time. Ventilation NOTES: ISU 1014 Lockout Ventilation on Humidification or The thermostat can be set for the following ventilation types: Dehumidification Calls is not an option when you (ISU 1000) select ASHRAE is Priority. •ERV/HRV • Passive (Fan Only) The ability to lockout ventilation during the “Sleep” or • Fresh Air Damper “Unoccupied” program periods is not an option when you select ASHRAE is Priority. Ventilation Control Methods (ISU 1005) Ventilation can be setup to meet either ASHRAE or Percent On Ventilation — Outdoor Condition Lockouts Time settings. To meet these settings, the thermostat will (ISU 1013) ventilate during calls for heat, cool, and fan. If the required Ventilation will not operate when outdoor conditions exceed the ventilation has not been achieved for ASHRAE or Percent On lockout settings unless you manually call for ventilation or Time, the thermostat will force the ventilation equipment on. Ventilation Priority (ISU 1012) is set to ASHRAE is Priority • ASHRAE and ventilation is needed to meet ASHRAE. Lockouts can The thermostat operates ventilation equipment to meet the prevent ventilation during extreme weather conditions to keep ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard based on CFM, number humid, hot, and cold air out of the home. of bedrooms, and square footage of the house. ASHRAE NOTE: This feature requires a wired sensor for outdoor 62.2 can only be met if the ventilation equipment is running. temperature limits, or Internet connection for If the ventilation equipment is off for any reason (outdoor temperature and humidity lockouts. ventilation lockouts, set up to turn Off during Sleep period, turned off by user, etc.), ASHRAE 62.2 is not met during those times. See ISU 1012 to select a Ventilation Priority. 33-00096—01 68 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Options are: 3. Select the Ventilation Control Method. See “Ventilation • Ventilation Low Temperature Lockout Setpoint Control Methods (ISU 1005)” on page 68 for more infor- (Off, -20° to 40° F) mation. See Fig. 159. • Ventilation High Temperature Lockout Setpoint (Off, 80° to 110° F) • Ventilation High Dewpoint Lockout Setpoint (Off, 65° to 85° F) Refer to the information below if you need assistance setting the High Dewpoint Lockout. • Higher than 80: Extremely uncomfortable • 75 to 80: Very uncomfortable • 70 to 74: Quite uncomfortable • 65 to 69: Somewhat uncomfortable Ventilate on High Indoor Humidity (ISU 1016) Fig. 159. If set to ventilate on high indoor humidity, the ventilator turns on to remove excess humidity if the indoor humidity is 10% above 4. Select the Ventilation Fan Control. See “Ventilation Fan the Humidification setting. The thermostat must be in the heat Control (ISU 1006)” on page 68 for more information. mode to ventilate on high indoor humidity. See Fig. 160. Set up Ventilation NOTE: ISU 1006 is only displayed if the Ventilation Type is ERV / HRV. The thermostat controls the Some screens shown in this section may not appear on the fan if the Ventilation Type is Fresh Air Damper. thermostat, depending on how you set up ventilation. 1. Select the Ventilation Type in ISU 1000. See Fig. 157. Fig. 160. Fig. 157. 5. If ASHRAE was selected for ISU 1005, select the Num- ber of Bedrooms and Size of House. See Fig. 161. 2. Select the terminals wired to the Ventilator (or Fresh Air Damper). See Fig. 158. Fig. 158. Fig. 161. 6. If ASHRAE was selected for ISU 1005, enter the Equip- ment Ventilation Rate (CFM). Be sure this setting corre- sponds with the actual ventilation speed. This setting determines how often the ventilation equipment will oper- ate to meet the ASHRAE 62.2 Standard. The thermostat 69 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® will indicate the following based on the Equipment Venti- When using this option, it is recommended to lation Rate, Square Footage and Number of Bedrooms. increase the rate (CFM) of the ventilation equipment See Fig. 162. to meet the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard in a • Provides an indication if it meets or does not meet the shorter run time. ASHRAE 62.2 Standard. • Provides % run time that is needed to meet the NOTE: ISU 1014 Lockout Ventilation on Humidification ASHRAE 62.2 Standard. or Dehumidification Calls is not an option when you select ASHRAE is Priority. The ability to lockout ventilation during the “Sleep” or “Unoccupied” program periods is not an option when you select ASHRAE is Priority. Scroll to see: Meets ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation will run 21% of the time Fig. 162. 7. Select a Ventilation Priority (see Fig. 163): a. Lockouts are Priority: The thermostat places a pri- ority on lockouts versus the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard. The thermostat will not run ventilation during the following lockout conditions (if configured) unless you manually call for ventilation: (1) Lockout Ventilation during Outdoor Conditions (ISU 1013) (2) Lockout Ventilation on Humidification or Dehu- midification Calls (ISU 1014) (3) Lockout Ventilation during “Sleep” (Residential) or “Unoccupied” (Commercial) program periods. Note: This option is set by the user on the Ventila- tion screen in the Menu. b. ASHRAE is Priority: ASHRAE requires additional ventilation following a long off cycle. The thermostat meets the ASHRAE 62.2 ventilation standard by run- ning additional ventilation when outdoor conditions are favorable. If ASHRAE cannot be met when out- door conditions are favorable, the thermostat will override the outdoor lockouts and run ventilation. Fig. 163. 33-00096—01 70 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 8. If Percent On Time was selected for ISU 1005, select the When ISU 1012 Ventilation Priority is set to Lockouts are Ventilation Percent on Time. See Fig. 164. Priority, or ISU 1005 Ventilation Control Methods is set to Percent On Time, the thermostat will indicate whether this meets or may not meet the ASHRAE 62.2 Standard or the Percent On Time setting. See Fig. 166. Scroll to see: May not meet ASHRAE 62.2 due to the ventilation lockouts Fig. 166. When ISU 1012 Ventilation Priority is set to ASHRAE is Priority, the screen below will indicate the maximum length of time that ventilation can be locked out over a 21 hour time period. For example, Ventilation Lockout Will Not Exceed 12.5 hours. The length of time that ventila- tion is locked out is limited to ensure that the ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation Standard is met. See Fig. 167. Fig. 164. 9. Select the Outdoor Condition Lockouts. See Fig. 165. See “Ventilation — Outdoor Condition Lockouts (ISU 1013)” on page 68 for more information. Scroll to see: Ventilation lockout will not exceed 12.5 hours Fig. 167. 10. Select whether to lockout ventilation on humidification or dehumidification calls. This feature is used to help reach the user's desired humidity level by not allowing the ven- tilation equipment to run during a call for humidification Fig. 165. 71 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® or dehumidification. The thermostat will indicate whether 2. Select Mode, Temporary Boost, or Lockout, then select this meets or may not meet the ASHRAE 62.2 Standard appropriate options. or the Percent On Time setting. See Fig. 168. NOTE: ISU 1014 Lockout Ventilation on Humidification or Dehumidification Calls is not an option when you select ASHRAE is Priority at ISU 1012. Mode Temporary Boost MCR34133 Fig. 172. 3. Touch Done to save your settings. Touch Cancel to ignore changes. MCR34134 Fig. 173. Fig. 168. Ventilation Options 11. Select whether to Ventilate on High Indoor Humidity. See “Ventilate on High Indoor Humidity (ISU 1016)” on Mode: page 69 for more information. See Fig. 169. Auto: Ventilation runs as programmed by the installer. Off: Ventilation remains off unless turned on using the timer. On: Ventilation is always on. Ventilation Mode Off Auto On Fig. 169. MCR34135 Control Ventilation Level Fig. 174. 1. Touch MENU, and select Ventilation. Temporary Boost: Touch  or  to select how long to run ventilation temporarily. To turn it off, set it to zero. MCR34100 Fig. 170. Run Ventilation For 60 minutes Ventilation MCR34136 Equipment Status Fig. 175. Lockout: Touch  or  to select Yes or No, then touch Next. MCR34132 Select Yes to prevent ventilation from running during the Sleep or Unoccupied (commercial) program periods or when outdoor Fig. 171. conditions exceed values set by the installer. 33-00096—01 72 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 3. Select the reminder you want to set. 4. Press  or  to set the timer length. Ranges, incre- ments, and units will change based on the reminder. Lockout in Sleep NOTE: When set for run time days, the thermostat Period: No tracks the amount of time the fan has run and compares that time against the number of run time days selected. Fan run time is counted when there is a call for forced air heating, cool- MCR34137 ing, or fan. Fig. 176. NOTE: If set up for humidification in heat mode, the ven- tilator will turn on to remove excess humidity if 10% or more above your humidity setting. IAQ REMINDERS You can set up IAQ reminders in the thermostat to remind users when filters, pads, bulbs, etc. need cleaning or replacement. The following reminders can be set: •Air Filter 1 •Air Filter 2 • Humidifier Pad Fig. 178. • Humidifier Clean Tank / Water Filter • Dehumidifier Filter 5. Press Done to save the reminder. • Ventilator Core 6. Press Reset Timer when you have completed the recom- • Ventilator Filter mended maintenance or you can extend the timer setting • Electronic Air Cleaner Pre-Filter to turn off the alert and remind you later to do the recom- • Electronic Air Cleaner Cells mended maintenance. • Electronic Air Cleaner Post-Filter 7. Repeat these steps for all reminders you want to set. •UV Bulb 1 •UV Bulb 2 CUSTOMIZABLE REMINDERS Reminders that are displayed under Preferences will change based on the IAQ equipment installed. Reminders for The thermostat can be set to alert the user when it is time for equipment that is already set up can be set using the steps system maintenance or warranty renewal. You can set up to 10 below. Reminders for IAQ equipment that is not yet set up must total Custom Reminders on the thermostat and save them to a be turned on from the installer setup. microSD card for easy download to multiple thermostats. NOTE: Air Filter, Humidifier Pad, Dehumidifier Filter, and Custom Reminders include: Ventilator Filter are displayed under Preferences even if they have not been set up. Humidifier Pad • Service Reminder is not displayed if a steam humidifier has been — Set up for recurring or one time only. installed. • Spring Service Reminder — Provide an alert based on date or outdoor temperature. Some screens shown in this section may be different from • Fall Service Reminder those on the thermostat, depending on how you set up IAQ — Provide an alert based on date or outdoor temperature. equipment. • Warranty Reminder — Set up for recurring or one time only. 1. Press MENU, then scroll to select Preferences. • New Custom Reminder 2. Press Reminders. Fig. 177 is displayed. — Enter new reminders or advertisements — Set up for recurring or one time only. Fig. 177. 73 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® You can change or create custom reminders in ISU 1200. 4. Press the up or down arrows to set the outdoor tempera- ture and press Next. Fig. 179. Fig. 182. For example, to set up a Fall Service Reminder based on NOTE: A seasonal maintenance reminder will appear Outdoor Temperature: when the outdoor temperature reaches the level you select, after a specified date. 1. Touch Press HERE to edit (see Fig. 179). 2. Select Fall Reminder and press Next. 5. Press the up or down arrows to set the date to begin monitoring outdoor temperature. The thermostat will not display a reminder unless the temperature you set is reached after the date you set at this screen. Fig. 180. 3. Press up or down arrows until “Based on Out. Temp” is displayed, then press Next. Fig. 183. 6. The preview of the Fall Service Reminder shows you what you’ve selected. Press Done when finished. Fig. 181. Fig. 184. 33-00096—01 74 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 7. When the user touches Press HERE for info on the 10. To clear the Alert, (and turn off the Red Alert Light on the Home Screen, the reminder message will be displayed. thermostat), select Dismiss. To create a new custom reminder: 1. Touch Press HERE to edit at ISU 1200 (see Fig. 179). 2. Press up or down arrows until Custom Reminder is dis- played, then press Next (Fig. 188). Fig. 185. 8. Pressing Select displays options for addressing the Fall Fig. 188. Service Reminder message: • View More Info 3. Touch Press HERE to edit to set the name of the • Remind Me Later reminder (Fig. 189). • Dismiss • View Dealer Info Fig. 189. Fig. 186. 4. Use the arrows, Delete, and Space buttons to enter the name of the reminder, and press Done. 9. Selecting View More Info displays the Fall Service Reminder message. Scroll to see: Your system needs to be serviced to prepare for the upcoming fall season. Please call your dealer. Fig. 190. Fig. 187. 75 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 5. Touch Press HERE to edit to set the reminder message 8. Select whether you want the reminder to appear only (see Fig. 191). once or to be recurring, and press Next. Fig. 191. Fig. 194. 6. Use the arrows, Delete, and Space buttons to enter the 9. If Recurring, select how often you want the reminder to reminder message, and press Done. appear and press Next. Fig. 195. 10. The preview of the custom reminder shows you what you’ve selected. You can load Custom Reminders to a Fig. 192. microSD card to transfer from one thermostat to another. 11. The New Custom Reminder will look like this on the 7. Press the up or down arrows to set the date when the Home Screen: New Custom Reminder should appear, and press Next. Fig. 193. Fig. 196. 33-00096—01 76 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 12. When the user touches Press HERE for info on the • Dismiss Home Screen, the reminder message will be displayed: • View Dealer Info 14. Selecting View More Info displays the Custom Reminder message. Scroll to see: Call XYZ for Indoor Quality Fig. 197. Solutions 13. Pressing Select displays options for addressing the Cus- Fig. 198. tom Reminder message: • View More Info 15. To clear the Alert (and turn off the red alert light on the • Remind Me Later thermostat), select Dismiss. 77 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® COMMERCIAL FEATURES The thermostat can be setup for residential or light commercial applications (ISU 101). When the thermostat is setup for commercial, the thermostat meets commercial code, Title 24 and provides the following features: • Commercial language (occupied and unoccupied) • Temporary override (permanent hold is not allowed) • Temporary override duration is limited to the amount set by the installer • Guide me through scheduling • Adjustable ramp rates • 365 holiday schedule • Schedule up to 25 custom events • Initiate occupancy • Economizer or Time of Day output MCR34106 • Pre-occupancy purge • Additional dehumidification control options Fig. 201. The programmed schedule will resume when the override timer expires. Touch Cancel Hold at any time to resume the program schedule. Setting Holiday/Event Schedules: Commercial Use This feature helps you conserve energy when the workplace is unoccupied for special events and holidays. 1. Touch MENU. Fig. 199. Overriding Schedules: Commercial MCR34100 Use Fig. 202. 2. Select Holiday Schedule. Touch  or to adjust the temperature. It will be maintained until the hold time you set. • To change the hold time, touch the Hold Until arrow buttons. This time can be adjusted up to the maximum time set by the installer. Holiday Schedule Holiday Mode MCR34113 Fig. 203. 3. Select the item you want to schedule and touch Next for further scheduling details. • US and Canadian Holiday options let you select from a list of holidays commonly observed in each country. • Custom Events lets you set up other days for special schedules. MCR34169 Custom Events Fig. 200. US Holidays • Touch Override to use a pre-set occupied temperature if a person uses the room during an unoccupied period. The new temperature will be maintained for 1 hour and can be MCR34114 adjusted up to the maximum time set by the installer. Fig. 204. 33-00096—01 78 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 4. Make selections as prompted on each screen. For more 4. Review the settings and touch Done to save them. Touch information, see next two pages. Cancel to ignore the changes. 5. Touch Done to save your settings. Setting Custom Events: Commercial Use Schedule adjusted to 62 in heating This feature lets you customize temperature settings to be maintained during a specific event. You can set up an event for a specific date or day in a month. The thermostat resumes normal scheduling after the event. The thermostat can be MCR34118 scheduled for up to 25 Custom Events. Fig. 208. 1. Select Custom Events from the Holiday Schedule menu. Setting Holiday Schedule: Commercial Use Custom Events This feature lets you customize temperature settings to be US Holidays maintained on specified national holidays. The thermostat resumes normal scheduling between selected holidays. 1. Select US Holidays or Canadian Holidays from the Holi- MCR34114 day Schedule menu. 2. Select Add/Edit Holidays. A list of national holidays is Fig. 205. displayed. 2. Select Create New Event. Add / Edit Holidays Create New Event MCR34119 MCR34116 Fig. 209. Fig. 206. 3. Touch the check box next to each holiday for which you want to maintain specific settings, (Touch  or  to 3. Select Specific Date or Month/Weekday. scroll through the holiday list.) then touch Next. • For Specific Date, you are prompted to select the event’s start date, settings, end date, and frequency. Set the holiday schedule for Occupied or Unoccupied • For Month/Weekday, you are prompted to select the temperatures, depending whether the building will be in month, day of the week, week of the month, settings, use. length of event, and frequency for the event. Select Occurence Select US holidays Specific Date New Year’s Day MCR34117 MCR34120 Fig. 207. Fig. 210. 79 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 4. Touch  or  to select the Heat and Cool temperatures. Temperature Temperature While Away During Holiday MCR34123 MCR34121 Fig. 214. Fig. 211. 4. Review the settings and touch Done to save them. Touch 5. Review the settings and touch Done to save them. Touch Cancel to ignore the changes. Cancel to ignore changes. NOTE: The cool temperature can only be set higher than the unoccupied program setting and the heat tem- Setting Holiday Override: perature can only be set lower than the unoccu- Commercial Use pied program setting. This feature lets you customize temperature settings to be maintained from now until a specified date. The thermostat Initiating Occupancy Mode: resumes normal scheduling on the date you select. Commercial Use 1. Touch MENU. This feature keeps temperature at an energy saving level until you touch Press HERE to Start Occupancy. When you arrive, touch the message to maintain a comfortable temperature while the room is occupied. MCR34100 Fig. 212. 2. Select Holiday Mode to display Temperature While Away. Press HERE to Start Occupancy Holiday Mode Equipment Status MCR34122 Fig. 213. 3. Touch  or  to select the Heat and Cool temperatures, then touch Next to select return date. M34127 Fig. 215. Touch the  or  buttons to set the temperature or the Hold Until time. The temperature is maintained until the time you set. Temperature returns to an energy-saving level after the timer expires, or the “Occupied” period ends. NOTE: This feature is available only when programmed by the installer. 33-00096—01 80 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Ramp Rates (Commercial Use) system may run several hours when it may not be required to maintain indoor comfort. When outdoor conditions are When the ramp rate is set to Off, the thermostat begins favorable, ventilation with outdoor air can achieve the same recovery at the scheduled time. level of comfort at lower cost. Table 5 explains how the Economizer Module is controlled by the thermostat. When a ramp rate is set, recovery begins early to reach the setpoint by the program time. Based on your recovery ramp The thermostat works with the W7220, W7212, W7213 and setting and how far the thermostat is set back, the thermostat W7214 Economizer Modules for both heat pump and determines how early to turn on the system. conventional systems. If an outdoor sensor is installed, you can set outdoor temperatures for mild, cold and hot days in your region. By Table 5. Economizer Operation. setting these outdoor temperatures, the thermostat will automatically adjust the ramp rate based on outdoor A-L/A terminal: conditions. This allows the thermostat to save energy by Thermostat Mode Equipment Operation Economizer starting recovery at the optimum time as outdoor conditions change. Occupied Heat/Cool/Fan running Occupied Heat/Cool/Fan running NOTE: The thermostat uses an adjustable ramp rate temporarily when the thermostat is setup for commercial. This allows the thermostat to recover on time during Occupied Heat/Cool/Fan NOT changing conditions (occupancy changes, tem- running perature overrides, load conditions, opening/clos- Occupied Heat/Cool/Fan NOT ing of doors etc) which are common in temporarily running ON commercial applications. Pre-occupancy Fan running purge Unoccupied Cooling system running Unoccupied Cooling system running temporarily Standby Cooling system running Unoccupied Cooling system NOT running OFF Unoccupied Cooling system NOT temporarily running Standby Cooling system NOT running ON Non-programmable Fan running Fig. 216. Non-programmable Fan NOT running OFF Time of Day (TOD) The thermostat can be set up for a Time of Day output in the installer setup. This output is commonly used to control lighting panels, turning them on for occupied periods and off for unoccupied periods. Table 6 explains how the TOD feature works with various thermostat modes. Table 6. TOD Operation. A-L/A terminal: Thermostat Mode TOD Occupied Fig. 217. Occupied temporarily ON Temperature overrides Economizer and Time of Day (TOD) Unoccupied Unoccupied temporarily Operation OFF Standby Economizer Non-programmable The thermostat controls an economizer module to provide ventilation during occupied periods and free cooling when The Economizer Module and Time of Day output connect to outdoor conditions are favorable. In some climates the cooling the A-L/A terminal at the thermostat and are set up at ISU 222. 81 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Fig. 218. Pre-Occupancy Purge Fig. 220. The thermostat can be set up for Pre-Occupancy Purge in the Temperature Display installer setup (ISU 401). When setup for Pre-Occupancy Purge, the thermostat runs the fan 1 to 3 hours before each The temperature reading displayed on the home screen is from occupied period to provide a comfortable workplace upon the sensor or sensors that are being used for temperature arrival. Options are Off and 1 to 3 hours. control. In Fig. 221, the temperature reading is the average of the thermostat internal sensor and the indoor sensor. Fig. 219. WIRED INDOOR SENSORS For wiring, see “Wiring guide — Wired Indoor Sensors” on page 88. Indoor Sensor Operation Temperature Control The thermostat can be set to respond to its internal temperature sensor, or to an optional wired indoor sensor. If multiple sensors are used, the thermostat will average the temperature detected at each sensor. Fig. 221. In Fig. 220, both the thermostat internal sensor and wired indoor sensor are being used for Temperature Control and are being averaged since both sensors are set to “Yes.” Select “No” if you do NOT want a specific sensor to be used for temperature control or be part of the temperature average. 33-00096—01 82 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Calibration - Outdoor Sensor Table 7. C7089U1006 Sensor Resistance at Outdoor Temperature. (Continued) The C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor is calibrated at the factory and cannot be recalibrated in the field. Outdoor Outdoor Temperature Ohms of Temperature Ohms of Table 7. C7089U1006 Sensor Resistance at °F °CResistance °F °C Resistance Outdoor Temperature. 34 1.1 25949 106 41.1 5614 Outdoor Outdoor 36 2.2 24749 108 42.2 5404 Temperature Ohms of Temperature Ohms of °F °CResistance °F °C Resistance 38 3.3 23613 110 43.3 5203 -20 -28.9 106926 52 11.1 17136 40 4.4 22537 112 44.4 5010 -18 -27.8 100923 54 12.2 16387 42 5.6 21516 114 45.6 4826 -16 -26.7 95310 56 13.3 15675 44 6.7 20546 116 46.7 4649 -14 -25.6 90058 58 14.4 14999 46 7.8 19626 118 47.8 4479 -12 -24.4 85124 60 15.6 14356 48 8.9 18754 120 48.9 4317 -10 -23.3 80485 62 16.7 13743 50 10.0 17926 — -8 -22.2 76137 64 17.8 13161 Calibration - Indoor Sensor -6 -21.1 72060 66 18.9 12607 The C7189U1005 Wall Mount Temperature Sensor is -4 -20.0 68237 68 20.0 12081 calibrated at the factory and cannot be recalibrated in the field. -2 -18.9 64631 70 21.1 11578 0 -17.8 61246 72 22.2 11100 Table 8. C7189U1005 Sensor Resistance at 2 -16.7 58066 74 23.3 10644 Room Temperature. 4 -15.6 55077 76 24.4 10210 Room Room 6 -14.4 53358 78 25.6 9795 Temperature Ohms of Temperature Ohms of 8 -13.3 49598 80 26.7 9398 °F °CResistance °F °C Resistance 10 -12.2 47092 82 27.8 9020 40 4.4 22537 72 22.2 11100 12 -11.1 44732 84 28.9 8659 42 5.6 21516 74 23.3 10644 14 -10.0 42506 86 30.0 8315 44 6.7 20546 76 24.4 10210 16 -8.9 40394 88 31.1 7986 46 7.8 19626 78 25.6 9795 18 -7.8 38400 90 32.2 7672 48 8.9 18754 80 26.7 9398 20 -6.7 36519 92 33.3 7372 50 10.0 17926 82 27.8 9020 22 -5.6 34743 94 34.4 7086 52 11.1 17136 84 28.9 8659 24 -4.4 33063 96 35.6 6813 54 12.2 16387 86 30.0 8315 26 -3.3 31475 98 36.7 6551 56 13.3 15675 88 31.1 7986 28 -2.2 29975 100 37.8 6301 58 14.4 14999 90 32.2 7672 30 -1.1 28558 102 38.9 6062 60 15.6 14356 92 33.3 7372 32 0.0 27219 104 40.0 5834 62 16.7 13743 94 34.4 7086 83 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® WIRING Table 9. Thermostat Terminal Designation Descriptions. Conventional System Heat Pump Terminal Description Terminal Description C Common wire from secondary side of cooling C Common wire from secondary side of cooling transformer (if 2 transformers). transformer. Rc* Cooling power Rc Cooling power R* Heating power R Heating power W Heat Stage 1 O / B Changeover valve for heat pumps W2 Heat Stage 2 AUX-E Backup Heat/Emergency Heat Y Compressor Stage 1 Y Compressor Stage 1 Y2 Compressor Stage 2 Y2 Compressor Stage 2 G Fan Relay G Fan Relay A Connect to Economizer Module or Lighting Panel L / A Connect to Compressor Monitor, Zone Panel, (TOD). Economizer Module or Lighting Panel (TOD). U1 / U1 Universal relay for humidification, dehumidification, U1 / U1 Universal relay for humidification, dehumidification, ventilation, or a stage of heating/cooling. ventilation, or a stage of heating/cooling. S1 / S1 Universal input for a wired indoor, outdoor or S1 / S1 Universal input for a wired indoor, outdoor or discharge sensor. discharge sensor. K† Connect to K on Wire Saver module. K† Connect to K on Wire Saver module. * Remove factory installed jumper for two transformer systems. † The THP9045A1023 Wire Saver module is used on heat/cool systems when you only have four wires at the thermostat and you would like the thermostat to be powered with a common wire. Use the K terminal in place of the Y and G terminals on conven- tional or heat pump systems to provide control of the fan and the compressor through a single wire—the unused wire then becomes your common wire. See page 85 and the THP9045 instructions (form 69-2065EFS) for more information. CAUTION CONVENTIONAL Electrical Hazard. Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. S1 S1 Disconnect power before wiring. C S1 S1 K All wiring must comply with local electrical codes and W O/B ordinances. See Fig. 225–232. RC Y Y R 1. Select wiring diagram that corresponds with system type G G and the equipment being installed. U1 2. Loosen the screws for the appropriate terminals. Insert U1 W2 AUX wires in the terminal block under the loosened screw. -E U2 Y2 See Fig. 222. Y2 U2 3. Securely tighten each screw. A L/A 4. Push excess wire back into the hole. 5. Plug the hole with nonflammable insulation to prevent drafts from affecting the thermostat. HEAT PUMP 6. See Fig. 225–232 for typical wiring hookups. Fig. 222. Inserting wires in thermostat terminal block. IMPORTANT Use 18–22 gauge thermostat wire. 33-00096—01 84 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Wiring with the THP9045 Wiring Module (Wire Saver) The THP9045 Wiring Module is designed to be used with applicable thermostats in which a 24V common is required and there are not enough wires. The K terminal on the thermostat can be used to operate both the fan and compressor on a single wire, and the module is designed to receive the signal from the K terminal, split that signal and re-route it to operate the compressor and/or fan for normal operation. See form 69-2065EFS for additional information. THX9321R SUBBASE WIRESAVER CONVENTIONAL NOT NOT O/B W USED USED Rc KCW-O/B AUX/E W2 C C Honeywell THP9045A Y Y Rc Rc Y2 Y2 R R Rc YG CW-O/B G G U1 U1 NOT U1 U1 L USED K K U2 U2 NOT NOT U2 U2 USED USED RY G C W FURNACE HEAT PUMP M31302A Fig. 223. Example Wire Saver wiring diagram for 1H/1C conventional application. THX9321R SUBBASE WIRESAVER CONVENTIONAL NOT NOT O/B W USED USED C C AUX/E W2 Rc KCW-O/B YY Rc Rc Honeywell THP9045A 1 Y2 Y2 R R Rc YG CW-O/B GG U1 U1 NOT U1 U1 L USED K K U2 U2 NOT NOT U2 U2 USED USED 1 HEAT PUMP RY G C O Y2 E AIR HANDLER 1 MATCH THE WIRES FROM THE HEAT PUMP TO THE AIR HANDLER AS NORMAL. M31304A Fig. 224. Example Wire Saver wiring diagram for a 3H/2C heat pump application. 85 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Wiring IAQ Equipment or a Heat/Cool Stage to the Universal Terminals To Thermostat “U” terminals can be used for humidification, dehumidification, ventilation or a stage of heating/cooling. SYSTEM SYSTEM TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER C C 24 120 24 120 VAC VAC VAC VAC R R THERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT C C K K RC RC HUM, DEHUM OR R R FIELD INSTALL JUMPER VENT BETWEEN R AND U1 TRANSFORMER U1 POWERED U1 HUMIDIFIER, 24 120 NON-POWERED DEHUMIDIFIER VAC VAC HUMIDIFIER, U1 U1 OR VENTILATOR DEHUMIDIFIER OR VENTILATOR Fig. 225. Wiring a powered humidifier, dehumidifier, or Fig. 227. Wiring a non-powered humidifier, dehumidifier, or ventilator. ventilator. SYSTEM TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER C C 24 120 24 120 VAC VAC VAC VAC THERMOSTAT R R THERMOSTAT C C K K RC RC FIELD INSTALL JUMPER R R 1 BETWEEN R AND U1 1 2 U1 U1 HEAT STAGE 3, COOL OR STAGE 3, BACKUP HEAT DEHUMIDIFICATION U1 U1 STAGE 2 FOR HEAT WITH LOW SPEED FAN PUMPS, OR GEOTHERMAL RADIANT HEAT Fig. 226. Dehumidification with low speed fan using a Fig. 228. Wiring a heat or cool stage to U1. variable speed blower. 1U1 terminals are normally open dry contacts when set up for 1Wire the thermostat universal relay to the low speed fan for a stage of heating or cooling. dehumidification control at the equipment. The thermostat 2You must install a field jumper if the stage of heating or cool- relay can be set to normally open or normally closed in the ing is powered by system transformer. Do NOT install a field thermostat installer setup. jumper if the stage of heating has its own transformer. Normally open, dry contacts Normally closed, dry contacts 33-00096—01 86 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Wiring C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor CAUTION Electrical Shock Hazard. Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. CAUTION Disconnect power supply before connecting wiring. Electrical Interference (Noise) Hazard. Can cause erratic system operation. Wiring must comply with applicable codes, ordinances and Keep wiring at least one foot away from large inductive regulations: loads such as motors, line starters, lighting ballasts and large power distribution panels. 1. Wire C7089U1006 Outdoor Sensor to S terminals on the Use shielded cable to reduce interference when thermostat. If leadwire provided is not long enough (60 rerouting is not possible. in.), run a cable to a hole at C7089U1006 location. a. Using color-coded, 18-gauge thermostat wire is IMPORTANT recommended. Erratic temperature readings from a sensor can occur b. Pigtail wiring can be used. as a result of any of the wiring practices described 2. Mount C7089U1006 in its mounting clip. below. Avoid these practices to assure correct opera- 3. Plug wiring hole using nonhardening caulk or putty. tion. Use shielded cable to reduce interference if rerouting sensor wiring is not possible. — Be sure wires have a cable separate from the thermo- stat cable. — Do not route temperature sensor wiring with building power wiring, next to control contactors or near light dimming circuits, electric motors or welding equipment. — Avoid poor wiring connections. — Avoid intermittent or missing building earth ground. 87 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Wiring guide — Wired Indoor Sensors Wiring 2 TR21 sensors (20k ohm) and 1 TR21-A sensor (10k CAUTION ohm) for temperature averaging network. Select 20K in the Electrical Interference (Noise) Hazard. Installer Setup (ISU 503) when using 2 TR21 sensors and 1 Can cause erratic system operation. TR21-A sensor. Keep wiring at least one foot away from large inductive loads such as motors, line starters, lighting ballasts and TR21-A large power distribution panels. Use shielded cable to reduce interference when T3 rerouting is not possible. T4 IMPORTANT TR21 TR21 Erratic temperature readings from a sensor can occur as a result of any of the wiring practices described below. Avoid these practices to assure correct opera- tion. Use shielded cable to reduce interference if M35677 rerouting sensor wiring is not possible. — Be sure wires have a cable separate from the thermo- Fig. 230. Wiring 2 TR21 sensors and 1 TR21-A sensor. stat cable. Wiring 4 TR21 sensors (20k ohm). Select 20K in the Installer — Do not route temperature sensor wiring with building Setup (ISU 503) when using TR21 sensor(s). power wiring, next to control contactors or near light dimming circuits, electric motors or welding equipment. — Avoid poor wiring connections. — Avoid intermittent or missing building earth ground. TR21 TR21 CAUTION TR21 TR21 Electrical Shock Hazard. Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. Disconnect power supply before connecting wiring. M35678 Use the S1 terminal for wired sensors. Wiring 4 C7189U1005 sensors (10k ohm) for temperature averaging network. Select 10K in the Installer Setup (ISU 503) Fig. 231. Wiring 4 TR21 sensors. when using C7189U1005 sensor(s). Wiring 2 TR21-A sensors (10k ohm) for temperature averaging network. Select 20K in the Installer Setup (ISU 503) when using 2 TR21-A sensors in series. Note: The TR21-A sensor 1 must be used in combination with TR21 or TR21-A sensor. C7189 C7189 TR21-A T3 C7189 C7189 T4 TR21-A T3 1 THE NUMBER OF C7189U SENSORS MUST BE A SQUARE NUMBER (1, 4, 9, 16, ETC.) T4 M35676 M35679 Fig. 229. Wiring 4 C7189U sensors. Fig. 232. Wiring 2 TR21-A sensors. 33-00096—01 88 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® TROUBLESHOOTING Table 10. Troubleshooting. Symptom Action Screen is blank • Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary. • Make sure power switch at heating and cooling system is on. • Make sure furnace door is closed securely. Screen is difficult • Change screen brightness using Preferences menu. to read Red light is on • If thermostat is in Emergency Heat mode, the red light is normal. It shows that the thermostat is in Emergency Heat mode. • If thermostat is not in Emergency Heat mode, an alert is active. Check message on the thermostat screen. Heating or cooling • Touch SYSTEM to set system to Heat. Make sure the temperature is set higher than the Inside temperature. system does not • Touch SYSTEM to set system to Cool. Make sure the temperature is set lower than the Inside temperature. respond • Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary. • Make sure power switch at heating & cooling system is on. • Make sure furnace door is closed securely. • If “Wait” is displayed, the compressor protection timer is on. Wait 5 minutes for the system to restart safely, without damaging the compressor. 89 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® REGULATORY INFORMATION FCC Compliance Statement IC Regulations This device complies with Industry Canada’s licence-exempt § 15.19 (A)(3) (USA ONLY) RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation 1. This device may not cause interference; and is subject to the following two conditions: 2. This device must accept any interference, including 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and interference that may cause undesired operation of the 2. this device must accept any interference received, device. including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC WARNING (PART 15.21) (USA ONLY) Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. FCC INTERFERENCE STATEMENT (PART 15.105 (B)) (USA ONLY) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. 33-00096—01 90 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® 91 33-00096—01 VISIONPRO® 8000 WITH WI-FI® Wi-Fi ® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance ®. Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell International Inc. 1985 Douglas Drive North ® U.S. Registered Trademark Golden Valley, MN 55422 © 2016 Honeywell International Inc. 33-00096—01 M.S. 01-16 customer.honeywell.com Printed in United States

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