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Honeywell Thermostat RTH8580WF User Manual

User Guide Wi-Fi Touchscreen Programmable Thermostat Model RTH8580WF 69-2715ES—01 In the box you will find • Thermostat • Wallplate (attached to thermostat) • Screws and anchors • Coin cell battery (inside the back of the thermostat) • Quick Start Guide • Thermostat ID Card • Wire labels • User Guide 69-2715ES—01 ii Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of a Honeywell Wi-Fi touchscreen programmable thermostat. When registered to Honeywell’s Total Connect Comfort Solutions, you can remotely monitor and control the heating and cooling system in your home or business— you can stay connected to your comfort system wherever you go. Honeywell’s Total Connect Comfort is the perfect solution if you travel frequently, own a vacation home, a business or manage an Investment property or if you are simply looking for peace of mind. This thermostat works on 24 volt systems. It will NOT work on 120/240 volt systems. This thermostat contains a Lithium battery which may contain Perchlorate material. Perchlorate Material—special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate MERCURY NOTICE: Do not place your old thermostat in the trash if it contains mercury in a sealed tube. Contact the Thermostat Recycling Corporation at www. thermostat-recycle.org or 1-800-238-8192 for information on how and where to properly and safely dispose of your old thermostat. NOTICE: To avoid possible compressor damage, do not run air conditioner if the outside temperature drops below 50°F (10°C). Need help? Visit wifithermostat.com or call 1-855-733-5465 for assistance before returning the thermostat to the store. 69-2715ES—01 2 Table of contents About your new thermostat Setting vacation hold..................................43 Home screen quick reference......................5 Setting filter reminder intervals..................44 Message center messages..........................6 Cleaning the screen...................................45 Preset energy-saving schedules..................8 Unregistering thermostat...........................46 Disconnecting Wi-Fi...................................47 Installation Special features.........................................48 Installing your thermostat...........................10 Setting functions and options.....................51 Connecting to your Wi-Fi network..............27 Registering your thermostat online............32 Appendices Frequently asked questions.......................59 Operation Troubleshooting..........................................62 Setting the clock.........................................37 Limited warranty.........................................68 Setting the fan............................................38 Selecting system mode..............................39 Adjusting program schedules.....................40 Overriding schedules temporarily..............41 Overriding schedules permanently............42 69-2715ES—01 3 Features of your Wi-Fi thermostat With your new thermostat, you can: • Connect to the Internet to monitor and control your heating/cooling system • View and change your heating/cooling system settings • View and set temperature and schedules • Receive alerts via email and get automatic upgrades Your new thermostat provides: • Smart Response Technology • Compressor protection • Heat/cool auto changeover 69-2715ES—01 4 Home screen quick reference Once your Wi-Fi thermostat is installed, it will display the home screen. Portions of this display will change depending on how you are viewing it. To change settings, simply press the appropriate area lightly with your finger. Message center Wi-Fi status Inside Select fan mode Schedule is on (does not Select system mode display when off) MORE Program schedules MXXX24 Additional settings Override schedule Set clock Lock screen for cleaning Unless you change the lighting function, the screen is always lit at low intensity. When you touch the screen, the screen brightens. 5 69-2715ES—01 Message center messages The Message Center at the top of the screen communicates Wi-Fi connection and registration status. It also displays the MAC ID and MAC CRC for registering the thermostat at mytotalconnectcomfort.com Displayed before you begin Wi-Fi setup. Displayed while connecting to the Wi-Fi network. Displayed after connecting to the Wi-Fi network. [Wi-Fi network name] Displayed when connected to the Wi-Fi network. Displayed when Wi-Fi connection is complete. Displayed when the thermostat fails to establish a connection to the Wi-Fi network. Displayed when the thermostat is connected to the Wi-Fi network but not registered at mytotalconnectcomfort.com. [Found on your ID card] Displays the thermostat’s MAC ID and MAC CRC for [Found on your ID card] registering at mytotalconnectcomfort.com. 69-2715ES—01 6 Message center messages Displayed when the thermostat is registered at mytotalconnectcomfort.com. Displayed when the thermostat is removed from your Total Connect Comfort account. Wi-Fi signal strength. Displayed when the thermostat is connected to the Wi-Fi network and registered at mytotalconnectcomfort.com Displayed if there is no Wi-Fi signal. 7 69-2715ES—01 Preset energy-saving schedules This thermostat is pre-set with energy-saving program settings for four time periods. Using the default settings can reduce your heating/cooling expenses by as much as 33% if used as directed. Savings may vary depending on geographic region and usage. Default Heat Settings Default Cool Settings WAKE ° ° 6:00 am 70 78 LEAVE ° ° 8:00 am 62 85 RETURN ° ° 6:00 pm 70 78 SLEEP ° ° 10:00 pm 62 82 To change the settings, see pages 40–43. 69-2715ES—01 8 Setting up your thermostat Setting up your Wi-Fi programmable touchscreen thermostat is easy. It is preprogrammed and ready to go as soon as it is installed and registered. 1 Install your thermostat. 2 Connect it to your home wireless network. 3 Register online for remote access. Before you begin, you may want to watch a brief installation video. Use the QR Code® at the front of this guide, or go to wifithermostat.com. 9 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat You might need the following tools to install this thermostat: • No. 2 Phillips screwdriver • Drill and bits (3/16” for drywall, • Small pocket screwdriver 7/32” for plaster) (optional) • Pencil • Hammer (optional) • Level (optional) • Electrical tape (optional) 1 Switch OFF power. To protect your equipment, switch OFF the power to your heating/cooling system at the breaker box or the or system switch. M31535 69-2715ES—01 10 Installing your thermostat 2 Remove old thermostat. If you have an older thermostat with a Remove the old sealed mercury tube, turn to page 2 thermostat while leaving for proper disposal instructions. the wallplate and wiring in place. Take a picture of the wires on your old thermostat for later reference. C C Terminal designation 11 69-2715ES—01 MCR33823 Installing your thermostat 3 Label wires. Use the supplied sticky tags to label each wire as you disconnect it. Label wires according to the old thermostat terminal designations, not by wire color. Blank tags Note: If no tag matches a wire terminal label, write the terminal label on a blank tag. C C 69-2715ES—01 12 MCR31537 Installing your thermostat 4 Remove wallplate. Finger holds Remove the old wallplate from the wall Thermostat after all wires have been labeled and disconnected. 5 Separate Wi-Fi thermostat and its wallplate. On your new thermostat, grasp the finger holds on the top and bottom of the wallplate with one hand and the thermostat (front) with the other hand. Pull pieces apart. Wallplate (back view) M31538 13 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat 6 Mount wallplate for Wi-Fi thermostat. Mount your new wallplate using screws and anchors included with the Wallplate thermostat. If necessary: Drill 3/16-in holes for drywall. HEAT PUMP CONVENTIONAL Y2 RC RC Drill 7/32-in holes for plaster. M31543 L R R E/AUX W2 W O/B K K Y Y G G C C Y W R G C 69-2715ES—01 14 MCR31539 Installing your thermostat Note: The Wi-Fi thermostat requires a C wire to operate. The C, or common, wire brings 24 VAC power to the thermostat. Many older mechanical or battery operated thermostats do not require a C wire. If you don’t have a C wire, try: • Looking for an unused wire that is pushed into the wall. Connect that wire to C and check that it is connected to the 24 VAC common at your heating/ cooling system. Check the video section at wifithermostat.com. • Installing a new wire. If required, contact a contractor to install a new wire (go to wifithermostat.com to locate a contractor in your area). Wiring For conventional heating/cooling systems (natural gas, oil or electric furnace, air conditioner), see page 16. See “Glossary” on page 65 for further definition. For a heat pump system, see page 17. See “Glossary” on page 65 for further definition. 15 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat Wiring (conventional system) Remove metal jumper if you have both 7A Connect wires. R and RC wires Wire the Wi-Fi thermostat to your conventional system. HEAT PUMP a Match the labels on the wires to the CONVENTIONAL terminal labels. You must have a C wire. See page 15. Y2 RC RC b Loosen screws, insert wires into holes L R R R on inside edge of terminals, then tighten E/AUX W2 W W O/B screws. K K Y Y Y c Push any excess wire back into the wall G G G C C opening. C d Continue to page 22. Labels don’t match? See alternateMCR31541 wiring key on pages 18–19. 69-2715ES—01 16 Installing your thermostat Wiring (heat pump system only) Labels don’t match? See alternate wiring key on pages 20–21. 7B Connect wires. Wire Wi-Fi thermostat to your heat pump. HEAT PUMP a Match the labels on the wires to the terminal labels on the new thermostat. You must have a C wire. See page 15. RC R L R b Loosen screws, insert wires into holes O E/AUX AUX O/B on inside edge of terminals, then tighten Y K Y G screws. G c If old thermostat has separate wires on C C AUX and E, place both wires into the MCR33529 E/AUX terminal. If old thermostat has wire Insert wire here on AUX with a jumper to E, place wire on E/AUX terminal. No jumper is required. d Push any excess wire back into the wall opening. e Continue to page 22. 17 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat Alternate wiring (conventional system) Use this if your wire labels don’t match the terminal labels. CONVENTIONAL Note: You must have Metal Jumper a C wire or equivalent. Y2 RC RC See page 15. Y2 1 R R 2 W W2 W2 W Y 3 K Y G G C C See key to 1 – 3 on page 19. 69-2715ES—01 18 Installing your thermostat Alternate wiring key (conventional system) 1 Remove metal jumper connecting R and RC only if you must connect both R and RC. 2 If your old thermostat had both R and RH wires, remove metal jumper. Connect the R wire to the RC terminal, and the RH wire to the R terminal. 3 Do not use K terminal. 19 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat Alternate wiring (heat pump system only) Use this if your wire labels don’t match the terminal labels. HEAT PUMP Metal Jumper Note: You must have a C wire or equivalent. RC See page 15. Y2 RC 1 R 5 L R 2 W 6 E/AUX O/B 3 AUX Y 7 K Y 4 G G C C 3 See key to 1 – 7 on page 21. 69-2715ES—01 20 Installing your thermostat Alternate wiring key (heat pump system only) 1 Leave metal jumper between R and RC terminals in place. 2 If your old thermostat had both V and VR wires, check wifithermostat.com for help. 3 If your old thermostat had separate O and B wires, attach the B wire to the C terminal. If another wire is attached to the C terminal, check wifithermostat.com for help. Attach the O wire to the O/B terminal. Set System Function 0190 to 0 (see page 55). If your old thermostat had an O wire and not a B wire, attach the O wire to the O/B terminal. 4 If your old thermostat had separate Y1, W1 and W2 wires, check wifithermostat.com for help. 5 This is the system monitor. If the monitor finds a problem, you will see a red light in the upper right corner of the thermostat (shines through the cover). 6 If old thermostat has separate wires on AUX and E, place both wires into the E/AUX terminal. If old thermostat has wire on AUX with a jumper to E, place wire on E/AUX terminal. No jumper is required. 7 Do not use K terminal. 21 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat 8 Install battery. Insert the coin cell battery (included), observing the correct polarity. Thermostat interior M31542 69-2715ES—01 22 Installing your thermostat 9 Attach thermostat to wallplate. Wallplate Align the thermostat to the wallplate and then snap into place. HEAT PUMP CONVENTIONAL Y2 RC RC M31543 L R R AUX W2 W O/B /E K K Y Y G G C C Thermostat 23 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat 10 Switch heating/cooling system ON Switch power back to ON for your heating/cooling system at the breaker box or the system switch. or M31544 69-2715ES—01 24 Installing your thermostat 11 Set date and time. Day Touch s or t buttons to change Year displayed time and date. Press and hold a button to quickly change a setting. Month Time 25 69-2715ES—01 Installing your thermostat 12 Determine your heating/cooling system type. If your system type is conventional single stage, continue to “Connecting to your Wi-Fi network” on page 27. If your system is: If you are not sure of your • Conventional multistage heat and cool heating/cooling system type or have other questions, • Heat pump without backup heat go to wifithermostat.com. • Heat pump with backup heat • Heat only • Cool only See page 51 to match your thermostat to your system type, then continue to “Connecting to your Wi-Fi network” on page 27. 69-2715ES—01 26 Connecting to your Wi-Fi network To complete this process, you must have a wireless device connected to your home wireless network. Any of these device types will work: • Laptop (recommended) • Tablet (recommended) • Smartphone If you get stuck... at any point in this procedure, restart the thermostat by removing the thermostat from the wallplate, wait for 5 seconds, and snap it back onto the wallplate. Return to Step 1 in this procedure, which starts on the next page. 27 69-2715ES—01 Connecting to your Wi-Fi network The message at the top of your thermostat must say Wi-Fi SETUP. 1 Connect to your thermostat. 1a On your laptop, tablet or smartphone, view the list of available networks. 1b Connect to the network called Inside NewThermostat_123456 (the number will vary). Note: If you are asked to specify a home, public, or MORE office network, select Home Network. MXXX20 69-2715ES—01 28 Connecting to your Wi-Fi network 2 Join your home network. 2a To access the Thermostat Wi-Fi Setup page, open a web browser on your wireless device. The browser should automatically direct you to the correct page; if it does not, go to http://192.168.1.1. 2b On the Thermostat Wi-Fi Setup page, find the name of your home network and click its Connect button. 2c Complete instructions for joining the network. Depending on your network setup, you may see an instruction such as Enter Password (your home network password). 29 69-2715ES—01 Connecting to your Wi-Fi network Note: If your Wi-Fi network does not appear in the list on the Thermostat Wi-Fi Setup page: • Try performing a network rescan by pressing the Rescan button. This is helpful in areas with a lot of networks. • If you are connecting to a hidden network, then enter the network SSID in the textbox, select the encryption type from the drop down menu, and click on the Add button. This manually adds the network to the top of the list. Click on the new network in the list and enter the password if necessary. Click on Connect to join the network. 69-2715ES—01 30 Connecting to your Wi-Fi network 3 Make sure your thermostat is connected. Notice the thermostat message center. It will display CONNECTING... for up Inside to 30 seconds, then CONNECTION SUCCESSFUL for one minute. Then you will see YOU ARE ALMOST MORE DONE! MXXX21 If you don’t see these messages, see page 27. To register online for remote access to your thermostat continue on page 32. Inside MORE MXXX22 31 69-2715ES—01 Registering your thermostat online To view and set your Wi-Fi thermostat remotely, you must have a Total Connect Comfort account. Use the following steps. 1 Open the Total Connect Comfort web site. In an Internet browser, on your wireless device, open the Total Connect Comfort web site: mytotalconnectcomfort.com 69-2715ES—01 32 Registering your thermostat online 2 Login or create an account. If you have an account, click Login – or – click Create An Account 2a Follow the instructions on the screen. 2b Check your email for an activation message from My Total Connect Comfort. 2c Follow activation instructions in the email. 2d Log in. 33 69-2715ES—01 Registering your thermostat online 3 Register your Wi-Fi thermostat. After you are logged in to your Total Connect Comfort account, register your thermostat. Follow the instructions on the screen. After adding your thermostat location, you must enter the thermostat’s: • MAC ID • MAC CRC These IDs are listed on the Thermostat ID Card included with the thermostat, in the message center during this step, and on the interior of the thermostat. The IDs are not case sensitive. 69-2715ES—01 34 Registering your thermostat online When the thermostat is successfully registered, the Total Connect Comfort registration screen will display a SUCCESS message. In the thermostat message center you will see: CONGRATULATIONS SETUP COMPLETE! 35 69-2715ES—01 Registering your thermostat online Your thermostat will display wireless signal strength. You can now control your thermostat from anywhere through your laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Total Connect Comfort free app is available for Apple® iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch® devices at iTunes® or at Google Play® for all Android™ devices. 69-2715ES—01 36 Setting the clock 1 Press CLOCK to display setting arrows. 2 Press s or t to adjust the time. (You can advance the time more quickly by holding the MORE s or t buttons.) 3 Press DONE to save and exit (or press CANCEL to exit without changing the time). Note: You should never need to adjust the real-time clock; it automatically updates for daylight saving time and all date/time MCR31552 information is stored. Note: To change the current week day format, see “Schedule Options” on page 53. 37 69-2715ES—01 Setting the fan 1 Press FAN to select fan operation. 2 Press FAN again to select ON or AUTO (toggle to re-select). The selected option blinks. Inside 3 Press DONE to save setting. Your selection appears under FAN. ON: Fan is always on. AUTO: Fan runs only when the heating or cooling system is on. MORE MCR31553 69-2715ES—01 38 Selecting system mode 1 Press SYSTEM to display options. 2 Press SYSTEM again to select an option. You may need to press two or three times to Inside make a selection—the selected option blinks. 3 Press DONE to save setting. Possible system modes: HEAT: Controls only the heating system. MORE COOL: Controls only the cooling system. MCR31554 OFF: Heating/cooling systems are off. AUTO: Selects heating or cooling Note: The AUTO and EM HEAT depending on the indoor temperature. system settings may not EM HEAT (heat pumps with aux. heat): appear, depending on how Controls auxiliary/emergency heat. your thermostat was installed. Compressor is locked out. 39 69-2715ES—01 Adjusting program schedules 1 Press SCHED, then EDIT. Screen displays day MORE buttons at top. 2 Press day buttons (MON–SUN) to select days. SLEEP 3 Press s or t to set Wake time for selected day(s). 4 Press s or t to set Heat and Cool temperature for this time period. 5 Press another period (LEAVE, RETURN, SLEEP) and set time and temperatures for each. 6 Press DONE to save and exit (or press CANCEL to exit without saving changes). Note: You can press CANCEL PERIOD to eliminate any unwanted time period. SLEEP MCR3155 5 69-2715ES—01 40 Overriding schedules temporarily 1 On the home screen, press s or t to immediately adjust the temperature. 2 Adjust the time to when you want the hold Inside to end (the default is the end of the current period). Temporary Hold The new setting will be maintained until the Hold Until time shown under Hold Until. When the timer expires, the schedule will resume, and the MORE temperature will return to the setting for the MCR31556 current time period. To cancel the temporary setting at any time, press CANCEL (or SCHED). The program schedule will resume. 41 69-2715ES—01 Overriding schedules permanently 1 Press HOLD to permanently adjust the temperature. This will turn off the program schedule. Inside 2 Whatever temperature you set will be maintained 24 hours a day until you manually change it or press CANCEL Permanent Hold (or SCHED)to cancel “Hold” and resume the program schedule. MORE MCR3155 7 69-2715ES—01 42 Setting vacation hold Use this function to suspend the program schedule Inside while you are away for an extended period. 1 Press s or t to set the temperature. 2 Press s or t to set the time of day you want Hold Until the schedule to resume on the day you return. MORE 3 Press HOLD twice. Hold Until appears. 4 Press s or t to select the number of days. The selected temperature will be maintained 24 DAYS hours a day for the number of days you select. Hold Until After the selected number of days has elapsed, the previously programmed schedule will resume at MORE MCR3155 8 the time you set. Note: You can press CANCEL (or SCHED) to resume normal schedule. 43 69-2715ES—01 Setting filter reminder intervals If activated during installation, the filter reminder Inside alerts you with a message above the time when it is time to replace your filter. RESET Press RESET after changing the filter, to restart the timer. CHANGE FILTER To change the reminder interval: MORE 1 Press MORE, then EDIT. 2 Press s or t to select the desired interval SLEEP (in days), then press DONE. DAYS 3 Press RESET. 4 Press DONE to save and exit. FILTER Note: System setting function 0500 governs the MCR31559 filter interval. See “Filter Change Reminder” on page 57. 69-2715ES—01 44 Cleaning the screen 1 Press SCREEN to lock the screen for cleaning. The screen will remain locked for 30 seconds so you can clean the screen without changing MORE any settings. 2 After 30 seconds, press DONE to resume normal operation, or press SCREEN again if you require more time for cleaning. Note: Do not spray any liquid directly on the thermostat. Spray liquid onto a cloth, then use the damp cloth to clean the screen. Use water or household glass cleaner. Avoid abrasive cleansers. MCR31560 45 69-2715ES—01 Unregistering thermostat If you remove the thermostat from your Total Connect Comfort website account (for example, you’re moving and leaving the thermostat behind), the message center Inside will scroll UNREGISTERED FROM TOTAL CONNECT for 3 minutes. After that, it will alternate displaying MORE REGISTER AT TOTAL CONNECT, the MAC M5XX26 ID and the MAC CRC. 69-2715ES—01 46 Disconnecting Wi-Fi If you disconnect the thermostat from your Wi-Fi network (for example, you’re replacing your router): Inside 1 Enter system setup (see page 51). 2 Change setting 900 to 0 (see page 58). MORE The Message Center will display Wi-Fi DISCONNECTED for 1 minute. M5XX23 After that it will display Wi-Fi SETUP. Re-connect to a Wi-Fi network by following the steps on page 26. 47 69-2715ES—01 Smart Response Technology This feature allows the thermostat to “learn” how long the heating/cooling system takes to reach programmed temperature settings, so the temperature is reached at the time you set. For example: Set the Wake time to 6:00 am, and the temperature to 70°. The heat will come on before 6:00 am, so the temperature is 70° by 6:00 am. Note: System setting function 0530 controls Smart Response Technology. See “Smart Response Technology” on page 57. The message “Recovery” is displayed when the system is activated before a scheduled time period. 69-2715ES—01 48 Compressor protection This feature forces the compressor to wait a few minutes before restarting, to prevent equipment damage. During the wait time, the message “Wait” is displayed on screen. 49 69-2715ES—01 Auto changeover This feature is used in climates where both air conditioning and heating are used on the same day. When the system is set to AUTO, the thermostat automatically selects heating or cooling depending on the indoor temperature. Heat and cool settings must be at least 3 degrees apart. The thermostat will automatically adjust settings to maintain this 3-degree separation. Note: System setting function 0300 controls Auto changeover. See “Manual/ Auto Changeover” on page 56. 69-2715ES—01 50 Setting functions and options You can change options for a number of system functions. Available functions depend on the type of system you have. The functions, designated with four-digit numbers, along with available options are described on pages 52–58. This thermostat is pre-set for a single-stage heating/cooling system. Setting function 0170 for a heat pump will adjust the default settings. 1 Press SYSTEM. You’ll see several blank buttons SYSTEM on the bottom of the display. HEAT 6:30 PM 2 Press and hold the center blank button until the screen changes (approximately 5 seconds). DONE CANCEL MCR31562 3 Cycle through the functions, press st next to the four digit number on the left. 4 As needed, change options for any function by 0120 20 MCR31563 pressing st next to the number on the right. DONE 5 When you have made all changes, press DONE to save and exit. 51 69-2715ES—01 System setup How do I set my thermostat name? (See page 51 for instructions.) Function Settings & Options 0112 Device Name 52 = Thermostat This name will 1 Basement 16 Exercise Room 30 Library 44 Porch identify the 2 Bathroom 17 Family Room 31 Living Room 45 Rec Room thermostat when you 3 Bathroom 1 18 Fireplace 32 Lower Level 46 Sewing Room view it remotely. 4 Bathroom 2 19 Foyer 33 Master Bath 47 Spa 5 Bathroom 3 20 Game Room 34 Master Bed 48 Storage Room If you register 6 Bedroom 21 Garage 35 Media Room 49 Studio multiple thermostats, 7 Bedroom 1 22 Great Room 36 Music Room 50 Sun Room give each one a 8 Bedroom 2 23 Guest Room 37 Nursery 51 Theater different name. 9 Bedroom 3 24 Gym 38 Office 52 Thermostat 10 Bedroom 4 25 Kid's Room 39 Office 1 53 Upper Level 11 Boat House 26 Kitchen 40 Office 2 54 Utility Room 12 Bonus Room 27 Kitchen 1 41 Pantry 55 Walk In Closet 13 Computer Room 28 Kitchen 2 42 Play Room 56 Wine Cellar 14 Den 29 Laundry Room 43 Pool Room 57 Workshop 15 Dining Room 69-2715ES—01 52 System setup How do I change time and date settings? (See page 51 for instructions.) Function Settings & Options 0120 Year Setting 20 = Year 20xx (first two digits) 21 = Year 21xx 0130 Year Setting 01–99 (i.e., 2001–2099) (last two digits) 0140 Month Setting 01–12 (i.e., January–December) 0150 Date Setting 01–31 0160 Schedule Options 4 Program schedule is on (7-day programmable). 0 Program schedule is off. Thermostat can not be programmed. 0165 Restore Schedule 0 Continue using programmed schedule. Defaults 1 Restore thermostat program to energy saving settings 53 69-2715ES—01 System setup How do I set my heating/cooling system type? (See page 51 for instructions.) Function Settings & Options 0170 Select System 1 Heat/cool: Gas, oil or electric heating with central air conditioning. Type 2 Heat pump: Heat pump without backup or auxiliary heat. If you are not sure of 4 Heat only with fan: Gas, oil or electric heat without central air your heating/cooling conditioning. system type or have 5 Heat only (no fan): Gas, oil or hot water heat without central air other questions, conditioning. go to 6 Cool only: Central air conditioning only. wifithermostat.com. 7 Heat pump: Heat pump with backup or auxiliary heating. 8 Heat/Cool Multiple stages: 2 heat stages (wires on W and W2), 2 cooling stages (wires on Y and Y2). 9 Heat/Cool Multiple stages: 2 heat stages (wires on W and W2), 1 cooling stage (wire on Y). 10 Heat/Cool Multiple stages: 1 heat stage (wire on W), 2 cooling stages (wires on Y and Y2). 69-2715ES—01 54 System setup How do I customize my heating/cooling system? (See page 51 for instructions.) Function Settings & Options Note: Depending on system settings, functions on this page might not appear. 0180 Heating Fan 0 Gas or oil heat: Use this setting if you have a gas or oil heating system Control (system controls fan operation). 1 Electric heat: Use this setting if you have an electric heating system (thermostat controls fan operation). 0190 Heat Pump 0 Cooling changeover valve: Use this setting if you connected a wire Changeover Valve labeled “O” to the O/B terminal. (for heat pumps 1 Heating changeover valve: Use this setting if you connected a wire only) labeled “B” to the O/B terminal. 0240 Heating Cycle 5 Gas or oil furnace: Standard gas/oil furnace (less than 90% efficiency). Rate 9 Electric furnace: Electric heating systems. 3 Hot water or high-efficiency furnace: Hot water system or gas furnace 0250 Heating Cycle (more than 90% efficiency). Rate Stage 2 1 Gas/oil steam or gravity system: Steam or gravity heat systems. 55 69-2715ES—01 System setup What other functions can I change? (See page 51 for instructions.) Function Settings & Options 0280 Backlight 0 Backlight off, then on for approximately 8 seconds after keypress. 1 Backlight always on low intensity, full bright after keypress. 0300 Manual/Auto 0 Manual changeover (Heat/Cool/Off). Changeover 1 Automatic changeover (Heat/Cool/Auto/Off). Automatically turns on Heat See page 50 for or Cool based on room temperature. Note: System maintains minimum more information. 3°F difference between heat and cool settings. 0320 Temperature 0 Fahrenheit Format (°F/°C) 1 Celsius 0330 Automatic Daylight 0 Off Saving Time 1 On Adjustment 69-2715ES—01 56 System setup What other functions can I change? (See page 51 for instructions.) Function Settings & Options 0500 Filter Change 0 Off (no reminder) Reminder 1 Reminder after 10-day run time (about 1 calendar month) The reminder 2 Reminder after 30-day run time (about 3 calendar months) appears after 3 Reminder after 60-day run time (about 6 calendar months) selected number of 4 Reminder after 90-day run time (about 9 calendar months) days run time not 5 Reminder after 120-day run time (about 1 calendar year) actual time. 6 Reminder after 180-day run time (about 18 calendar months) 7 Reminder after 270-day run time (about 2 calendar years) 8 Reminder after 365-day run time (about 3 calendar years) 0530 Smart Response 1 On Technology 0 Off See page 48 for more information. 0640 Clock Format 12 12-hour clock (i.e., “3:30 pm”) 24 24-hour clock (i.e., “15:30”) 57 69-2715ES—01 System setup How do I change my Wi-Fi settings? (See page 51 for instructions.) Function Settings & Options 0710 Restore Original 0 No Settings 1 Disconnects thermostat from Wi-Fi and restores original settings (erases customizations). 0890 Wi-Fi On/Off 1 Wi-Fi is on and can be connected to a Wi-Fi network 0 Wi-Fi is off. Thermostat cannot be connected to a Wi-Fi network. If you are not connecting the thermostat to a Wi-Fi network this will remove the text “Wi-Fi Setup” from the messaging center. 0900 Wi-Fi Connection 1 Connected to Wi-Fi network. This is set automatically when the thermostat is connected to the Wi-Fi network. 0 Set to 0 to disconnect from the Wi-Fi network. 69-2715ES—01 58 Frequently asked questions QQ Will my thermostat still work if I lose my Wi-Fi connection? AA Yes, the thermostat will operate your heating and/or cooling system with or without Wi-Fi. QQ How do I find the password to my router? AA Contact the manufacturer of the router or check the router documentation. QQ Why am I not seeing my Wi-Fi setup page? AA You are probably connected only to your router, not to your thermostat. Try connecting to the thermostat again. QQ Why isn’t my thermostat connecting to my Wi-Fi router even though it is very close to the thermostat? AA Verify that the password entered for the Wi-Fi router is correct. 59 69-2715ES—01 Frequently asked questions QQ Where can I find my MAC ID and MAC CRC codes? AA The MAC ID and MAC CRC will show in the message center of the thermostat. The numbers are also included on a card packed with the thermostat or on the back of the thermostat (visible when removed from wallplate). Each thermostat has a unique MAC ID and MAC CRC. QQ My thermostat is unable to register to the Total Connect Comfort website. AA Verify that the thermostat is correctly enrolled on your homeWi-Fi network. The message center will display “CONNECTION SUCCESSFUL” or “REGISTER AT TOTAL CONNECT.” You might also see the Wi-Fi Signal strength icon. Verify that the Wi-Fi router has a good internet connection. On your computer, verify that you can open the site at mytotalconnectcomfort.com. If you cannot open the site, switch off the internet modem for a few seconds, then power it back on. 69-2715ES—01 60 Frequently asked questions QQ I registered on the Total Connect Comfort website but was unable to login using my new account. AA Check your email and ensure that you received an activation email. Follow the instructions to activate your account and then login to the website. QQ I have signed up on Total Connect Comfort website and have not received a confirmation email. AA Check for the email in your Junk or Deleted folder. QQ Is there a way to extend the signal strength? AA Most standard routers can be set up to be a repeater. You can also purchase and install a Wi-Fi repeater. For more FAQs, see wifithermostat.com. 61 69-2715ES—01 Troubleshooting If you have difficulty with your thermostat, please try the following suggestions. Most problems can be corrected quickly and easily. Display is • Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary. blank • Make sure power switch at heating and cooling system is on. • Make sure furnace door is closed securely. • Make sure C wire is connected (see page 15). Cannot change • Check Function 0170: System Type to make sure it is set to match your system setting heating and cooling equipment (see page 54). to Cool Fan does • Check Function 0180: Heating Fan Control to make sure it is set to not turn on match your heating equipment (see page 55). when heat is required “Wait” appears • Compressor protection feature is engaged. Wait 5 minutes for the system on the screen to restart safely, without damage to the compressor. 69-2715ES—01 62 Troubleshooting Heat pump • Check Function 0190: Heat Pump Changeover Valve to make sure it is issues cool air properly configured for your system (see page 55). in heat mode, or warm air in cool mode Button on • This button will remain blank unless the furnace filter change reminder is lower right of activated (see page 44). screen is blank 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, contact a qualified service contractor for repair. 63 69-2715ES—01 Troubleshooting Heating or • Press SYSTEM to set system to Heat. Make sure the temperature is set cooling system higher than the Inside temperature. does not • Press SYSTEM to set system to Cool. Make sure the temperature is set respond lower than the Inside temperature. • 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 (see page 48). Heating system • Check Function 0170: System Type to make sure it is set to match your is running in heating and cooling equipment (see page 54). cool mode 69-2715ES—01 64 Glossary C wire The “C” or common wire brings 24 VAC power to the thermostat from the heating/cooling system. Some older mechanical or battery operated thermostats may not have this wire connection. It is necessary for establishing a Wi-Fi connection to your home network. Heat Pump heating/cooling system Heat pumps are used to heat and cool a home. If your old thermostat has a setting for auxiliary or emergency heat, you likely have a heat pump. Conventional heating/cooling system Non–heat pump type systems; these include air handlers, furnaces or boilers that run on natural gas, oil or electricity. They may or may not include an air conditioner. Jumper A small piece of wire that connects two terminals together. MAC ID, MAC CRC Alphanumeric codes that uniquely identify your thermostat. QR Code® Quick response code. A two-dimensional,machine-readable image. Your wireless device can read the black and white pattern in the square and link its browser directly to a web site. QR Code is a registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED. 65 69-2715ES—01 Regulatory information FCC Compliance Statement (Part 15.19) (USA only) and, if not installed and used in accordance with the This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio Operation is subject to the following two conditions: communications. However, there is no guarantee that 1 This device may not cause harmful interference, interference will not occur in a particular installation. If and this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio 2 This device must accept any interference or television reception, which can be determined by received, including interference that may cause turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged undesired operation. to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: FCC Warning (Part 15.21) (USA only) • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the • Increase the separation between the equipment party responsible for compliance could void the user’s and receiver. authority to operate the equipment. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a FCC Interference Statement (Part 15.105 (b)) circuit different from that to which the receiver is (USA only) connected. This equipment has been tested and found to comply • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to technician for help. 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 69-2715ES—01 66 Regulatory information Thermostats Section 7.1.3 of RSS-GEN To comply with FCC and Industry Canada RF exposure Operation is subject to the following two conditions: limits for general population/ uncontrolled exposure, the 1 this device may not cause interference, and antenna(s) used for these transmitters must be installed 2 this device must accept any interference, to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from including interference that may cause undesired all persons and must not be co-located or operating in operation of the device. conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Section 7.1.2 of RSS-GEN Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for successful communication. 67 69-2715ES—01 1-year limited warranty Honeywell warrants this product, excluding battery, to be free from defects in the workmanship or materials, under normal use and service, for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase by the consumer. If at any time during the warranty period the product is determined to be defective or malfunctions, Honeywell shall repair or replace it (at Honeywell’s option). If the product is defective, (i) return it, with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase, to the place from which you purchased it; or (ii) call Honeywell Customer Care at 1-855-733-5465. Customer Care will make the determination whether the product should be returned to the following address: Honeywell Return Goods, Dock 4 MN10-3860, 1885 Douglas Dr. N., Golden Valley, MN 55422, or whether a replacement product can be sent to you. This warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs. This warranty shall not apply if it is shown by Honeywell that the defect or malfunction was caused by damage which occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer. Honeywell’s sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product within the terms stated above. HONEYWELL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FROM ANY BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF THIS PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this limitation may not apply to you. THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY HONEYWELL MAKES ON THIS PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS HEREBY LIMITED TO THE ONE-YEAR DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. If you have any questions concerning this warranty, please write Honeywell Customer Relations, 1985 Douglas Dr, Golden Valley, MN 55422 or call 1-855-733-5465. In Canada, write Retail Products ON15-02H, Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 35 Dynamic Drive, Toronto, Ontario M1V4Z9. 69-2715ES—01 68 69-2715ES-01 Automation and Control Systems Honeywell International Inc. 1985 Douglas Drive North Golden Valley, MN 55422 http://wifithermostat.com ® U.S. Registered Trademark. 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