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Commercial VisionPRO™
8000
VisionPRO 8000 Features
• Commercial VisionPRO 8000
incorporates all the standard
features of the VisionPRO family:
- Sleek design
- Menu-driven programming
- Large touchscreen display
• But the Commercial VisionPRO
8000 goes even farther and is
tailored with features specifically
for commercial applications
OS Number
Applications
TB8220U1003
2H/2C Conventional
3H/2C Heat Pump
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Commercial VisionPRO 8000
The Commercial VisionPRO 8000 offers these
distinguishable commercial features:
• Enhanced energy savings
- Economizer output
- Holiday setback
• Commercialized control algorithm
- Better and more consistent control in commercial applications
• Multiple keypad lockout levels
• Configurable recovery ramps
• Occupied/unoccupied scheduling
• Title 24 energy/air quality compliance
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Nomenclature
Power
U = Universal (dual powered, system flexibility,
scheduling flexibility)
Line Designation
Specification Details
TB = Buildings Thermostat
TH = Homes Thermostat
TB 8 22 0 U 1 003
Family Designation
System Stages
Application
8 = VisionPRO touchscreen
7 = VisionPRO conventional
22 = 2 Heat / 2 Cool
0 = Standard
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Commercial VisionPRO
8000
Installation Procedures
Installation
• Steps to install Commercial VisionPRO 8000
- Mounting
- Wiring
- Powering Thermostat
- Set Calendar
- Installer Setup Menus
 Main Settings Menu
 Regional Settings Menu
 Advanced Settings Menu
- System Test(s)
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Installation - Wallplate Mount
• Mounts directly on wall
• 4” x 2” electrical box
• Coverplate available
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Application Wiring
• Choose
Conventional or Heat
Pump terminal labels
• Insert wires in
terminal block
• Jumper—factory
installed
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Wiring 1 Heat/1Cool Conventional
1 = Power Supply
2 = Factory Installed Jumper
3 = Optional Sensor
1 Heat/1 Cool single transformer.
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Wiring 2 Heat/2 Cool Conventional
1 = Power Supply
2 = Factory Installed Jumper
3 = Optional Sensor
2 Heat/2 Cool single transformer.
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Wiring 1 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump
1 = Power Supply
2 = Factory Installed Jumper
3 = Set to O or B in Setup
4 = Optional Sensor
1 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump with NO Auxiliary Heat.
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Wiring 2 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump
TOD/ECON
1 = Power Supply
2 = Factory Installed Jumper
3, 4 = Optional Sensor
5 = Must Wire Common
6 = Set to O or B in Setup
2 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump with Auxiliary Heat.
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Powering Thermostat
• Hardwired
or
• Batteries (included)
- 3 AAA Alkaline batteries
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Mounting Thermostat on Wallplate
• Locks straight into
position
- Line up pins with the
terminals
- Push thermostat straight
onto the wallplate until it
snaps into place
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Activate Real Time Clock
• To activate the Real
Time Clock, simply pull
on Tab to remove
during installation
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Set Calendar
• Real Time Clock – Set
Calendar
- Set Year
- Set Month
- Set Day
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Set Time
Time
• Real Time Clock – Set
Time
- Adjusts automatically for
daylight savings time
- Maintains time and day
during power outage
• Press Done
Can turn Daylight Savings Time feature off in
Installer Setup
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Initiate Installer Setup
1. Press the SYSTEM key
2. PRESS and HOLD the
two unmarked keys as
shown until the display
changes
- Approximately 5 seconds
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Installer Setup Display
Setup
Number
• Setup Number on Left
- 4-digit number starting with 0
- Use the up arrow to advance
to the next installer setup
option
• Current Setting on Right
- 2-digit number
- Use the up and down arrows
to change the current setting
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• Exit Installer Setup
- Press the Done Key
Current
Setting
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Easy-to-Use Installer Setup Menus
1. Installer Setup is broken into 3 menus
- Main Settings menu—numbers 0120 to 0290
 Must Select the System Type
- Regional Settings menu—numbers 0300 to 0499
- Advanced Settings menu—numbers 0500 to 0710
2. Smart Installer Setup
- Setup numbers automatically change defaults based on
previous choices
- Setup number choices appear and disappear based on previous
choices
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Main Menu Installer Setup Menu Items
• Setting the Calendar
- Year, Month, Date
• Schedule Options
- 7 day
- Non-Programmable
• System Type
- 12 choices
• Fan Operation
• O/B terminal
• Continuous backlight
• Cycles per hour
- Compressor
- Heat (Emergency Heat)
• Recovery rates
- Heat (1-20°F/hour)
- Cool (1-20°F/hour)
• Additional Menus
- Go to Self Test
- Go to Regional Menu
- Go to both Regional and
Advanced Menus
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Main Setting Menu Items
Universal Application
• Up to 2 Heat/2 Cool
(plus Aux Heat)
- Forced Warm Air
 Single stage
 Multistage
- Heat Pumps
 Single stage
 Multistage
Commercial
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Main Setting Menu Items
Universal Scheduling
• Multiple Programming Options
- 7 Day
- 5-1-1
- 5-2
- 1 Day
- Non-programmable
• Select Schedule Periods
- OCC1, UNOCC1,
OCC2, UNOCC2
- OCC1, UNOCC2
Commercial
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Main Setting Menu Items
Backlighting
• On-Demand
- Whenever a key is pressed, the light will stay on for
approximately 8 seconds
• Continuously
- Must be hardwired with a
common and installer setup
set to continuous
Commercial
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Regional Settings Menu Item
• Auto or Manual Changeover
• Deadband
• Fahrenheit or Celsius
• Daylight Savings
• Remote Temperature Sensor
- Outdoor or Indoor Remote
• Compressor Lockout (Heat Pump Only)
• Auxiliary Lockout (Heat Pump Only)
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Regional Settings Menu Item
Changeover
• Auto Changeover
- Default position
• Manual Changeover
- Set in Regional Installer Setup menu
Commercial
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Regional Settings Menu Item
Outdoor Temperature Sensor
• C7089U
- 2-wire remote sensor
- Hook up to the S1 and S2 terminals at the thermostat
- 200 feet maximum
• View outside temperature on home screen or by
pressing the More key
• Used for Heat Pump System
Temperature Lockouts
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Regional Settings Menu Item
Remote Indoor Temperature Sensor
• T7770A (20K NTC) or C7189U (10K NTC)
- 2-wire remote sensor
- Selectable via ISU 340
• Sensors can be used as follows:
- One sensor
- Multiple sensors
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Installation
Series-Parallel Temperature Averaging Networks
Thermostat
S1
Thermostat
S1
S2
S2
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
T7770A
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Advanced Settings Menu Items
• Number of Periods
• Compressor Off Time
• Temperature Range Stops
- Heat and Cool
• 12 or 24 hour clock
• Extended Fan Operation
- Heat and Cool
• Keypad Lockout
- Partial 1, Partial 2, or full
• Temperature Control(s)
- Heat and cool recovery
• Display Offset
• Reset Defaults
- Installer setup and schedule
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Advanced Settings Recovery Ramps
• Recovery Ramps
- Recovery scheme ramps the setpoint towards the desired
setpoint
- Ramped setpoint helps eliminate overshoot with oversized
commercial equipment
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Commercial VisionPRO
8000
Recovery Operation
Conventional Recovery
Heating
70oF
Set Point
Temperature
Actual
Temperature
60oF
UNOCC
OCC
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Commercial Recovery Ramps
Heating
Actual
Temperature
70oF
Set Point
Temperature
Setpoint actually
ramps up at a
user-defined rate
during recovery
60oF
UNOCC
OCC
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Conventional Recovery
Cooling
85oF
Set Point
Temperature
Actual
Temperature
78oF
UNOCC
OCC
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Commercial Recovery Ramps
Cooling
85oF
Set Point
Temperature
Actual
Temperature
78oF
UNOCC
OCC
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Recovery
Advanced Settings Menu Items
• “Recovery” is shown to
alert occupant that the
system is in recovery
mode
- Note: The setpoint
displayed during recovery
is the final setpoint, not
the ramping setpoint
Commercial
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Installation
Advanced Settings Menu Items
Extended Fan Operation
• Heat
- Fan runs 90 seconds after
call for heat ends
- Available if thermostat
has control of fan
• Cool
- Fan runs 40 seconds after
call for cool ends
Commercial
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Installation
Installer System Test
• Test HVAC equipment
- Cool stages
- Fan
- Heat stages
• Overrides compressor
delay
Commercial
Part of Installer Setup.
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Installation
Installer System Tests
Test 1
- Turn cool stage(s) on and off
Test 2
- Turn fan on and off
Test 3
- Turn heat stage(s) on and off
Test 4
- Turn emergency heat on and
off (heat pump only)
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Press
Done
to Exit
Arrows Move
To Next Test
Test 8
- Turn TOD/Econ on and off
Arrows Turn
System On
or Off
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Commercial VisionPRO
8000
Scheduling Procedures
Scheduling Feature Review
• Default Schedule is Energy Star
• Menu Driven Program Scheduling
• Each day can be scheduled differently
• Ability to Select Multiple Days
• Armchair Programming
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Scheduling
Set the Schedule
• Press the Schedule Key
Commercial
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View Schedule
View Schedule
• The current schedule period
will flash to indicate which
period is being viewed
• Press the Day and Period
you wish to view
• Press Cancel or Done
to return to Home Screen
Commercial
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Edit Schedule
Edit the Schedule
• Press the EDIT key
• View mode
Commercial
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Schedule Day Selection
Pick Days to Schedule
• Press any number of
the seven days of
the week to edit
Commercial
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Schedule Day Display
OK to Pick Multiple Days
• Check marks appear
on the days chosen
Commercial
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Schedule OCC1 Selection
Press OCC1 Key
• OCC1 will begin to
flash, indicating it
is chosen
Commercial
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Scheduling
Set OCC1 Time
• Use arrows to set the
OCC1 time
Commercial
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Set Temperature
• Use arrows to set
the heat
temperature
• Use arrows to set
the cool
temperature
Commercial
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Scheduling
Press UNOCC1 Key
• UNOCC1 will begin to
flash indicating it is chosen
- Set Time
- Set Temperatures
• Press OCC2 and
UNOCC2 and Repeat
Commercial
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Scheduling
Press Done Key
• When finished setting
the times and temperatures
for the Days Selected,
press Done
Commercial
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Saving Schedule Changes
Saving Changes
• The Days scheduled
are shown
• Display shows
Confirmation that
the schedule
changes were made
Commercial
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Cancel Schedule Period
To Cancel a Scheduled Period
• From the edit screen, choose the period to cancel
• Press the key
CANCEL PERIOD
Commercial
Example: Cancel UNOCC1
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Cancel Schedule Period
Once the Scheduled Period is Canceled
• Time & Temperatures disappear
• The bar above the UNOCC1 period is removed
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Reinstate schedule period by pressing arrow keys
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to set time and temperature.
Scheduling
Fan Schedule
• Press Fan key while in the Edit mode
- Auto (default—fan runs with system
- On—fan runs continuously during the schedule period
Commercial
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Override Fan Schedule
Fan Schedule
• Override Fan Schedule
- Press the fan key to the desired setting
- Like a mechanical fan switch. The fan will stay in ON until
user manually changes fan setting back to Auto
Commercial
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Following Schedule Display
Following Schedule
• Home Screen
gives confirmation
that schedule is
being used
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Schedule Overrides
Schedule Overrides
1. Holiday
- Holds temperature for
a designated number
of days
2. Override
- Holds temperature
until the time the user
sets (can be limited
via ISU 535)
Commercial
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Scheduling
Override
• Holds temperature
temporarily until the
next scheduled period
time
- Press Override key or Up
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and Down Arrows next to
temperature
- Next schedule period time
is shown—this is when
the temporary hold will
end
- Adjust end time by
pressing Up or Down
Arrows next to the time
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Scheduling
Holiday
• Hold temperature for a
designated number of
days
- Press Up and Down
Arrows to set the
temperature desired while
away
- Press Arrows to set the
number of Days
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Press Cancel or Sched key to cancel Holiday early
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Commercial VisionPRO
8000
Operation
Operation
Feature Review
• Precise Temperature Control
• System Status
• View Outside Temperature
• Clean Screen
• Low Battery
• Screen Locked
• Temperature Range Stops
• Compressor Protection
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Operation
• The human body can sense a 2º F temperature
change
• To keep occupants comfortable, the thermostat
must keep the temperature within +/- 1º F of the setpoint
72O F
71O F
Set
Point
70O F
Comfortable
Temperature
Control
69O F
68O F
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Operation
Thermostat qualities that lead to comfortable temperature
control
• Top quality components
• Innovative design
• Superior control algorithms (Digital Thermostats)
- Controlling to an ideal Cycle Rate using Proportional + Integral
Control
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Operation
• Proportional + Integral Control
- Proportional Error (P): The difference between the set-point
temperature and the room temperature
- Integral Error (I): The length of time the room temperature
has differed from the set-point temperature
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Operation
Proportional Error: The difference between the room
temperature and the setpoint temperature
70°
A
Setpoint
Temperature
Room
Temperature
68°
A = Proportional Error
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Operation
Integral Error: The length of time the room temperature
has differed from the setpoint temperature
Setpoint
Temperature
70°
Room
Temperature
68°
B
C
D
B + C + D = Integral Error
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Operation
P+I Control: The P+I error is the sum of the two errors.
The cycle rate used to maintain the set-point temperature
is calculated using the P+I Error
70°
68°
Setpoint
Temperature
A
Room
Temperature
B
C
D
B + C + D = Integral Error
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Operation
System Status Indication
• Cool On
- Thermostat calling for Cool
• Heat On
- Thermostat calling for Heat
- Aux shown when auxiliary
heat is called in Heat Pump
Systems
Aux
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Operation
View Outside Temperature
• Outside Temperature is
shown in lower right
hand corner of Home
screen
Commercial
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Operation
View Outside Temperature
• Press More key
- If thermostat is set to auto
changeover, press the More
key to view the outside
temperature
• Press Done or Cancel to
return to Home screen
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Operation
Clean Screen
• Press Screen key
- Activates a 30-second timer
- Locks out the Touch screen
function
Commercial
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Operation
Clean Screen
• OK To Clean Screen
- During 30-second
countdown, the screen can
be cleaned
• Use damp cloth slightly
moistened with water or
household glass cleaner
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Never spray liquid directly on the thermostat
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Operation
Clean Screen
• Press Screen to restart
the 30-second timer
• Press Done to return to
the Home screen
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Operation
Low Battery Indication
• Flashes on Home screen
for approximately 30 days
• Batteries are optional if a
24Vac common is used
Recommended: Replace batteries once a year.
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Operation
Screen Locked
Keypad Lockouts
• Partial Lockout 1
- Only Override, Holiday
and Temperature Up and
Down Arrows are
available
• Partial Lockout 2
- Only Override and
Holiday buttons are
available
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• Fully Locked
- All keys are locked and
non-functional
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Operation
Temperature Range Stops
• Heat Setting
- Set the highest Heat
temperature the user can
set
• Cool Setting
- Set the lowest Cool
temperature the user can
set
Commercial
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Operation
Compressor Protection
• “Wait” shows in the
screen for compressor
delay
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Operation
Heat Pump Operation
• System Indication
• LED
• Compressor Lockout
• Auxiliary Heat Lockout
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Operation
System LED
• LED Indication
- Requires 24 Vac Common
connection
- Operates off the “L” terminal
- Only visible through the
thermostat cover when lit
Commercial
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Operation
System LED
• L Terminal Input
- L terminal is wired to an
equipment monitor
- LED lights to signal a check
or fail signal from the system
- May occur in any system
mode
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Operation
Compressor Lockout
• Electric Auxiliary heat
- Must set outdoor
temperature sensor for
control
- Choose compressor
lockout temperature in
installer setup number
0350
 No lockout
COMPRESSOR ONLY
•Fan does energize
Compressor
Lockout
Temperature
35
AUXILIARY HEAT ONLY
•Fan does energize
 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 or 450
F
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Operation
Auxiliary Heat Lockout
• Electric Auxiliary heat
- Must set outdoor
temperature sensor for
control
- Choose auxiliary lockout
temperature in installer
setup number 0360
 No lockout
COMPRESSOR ONLY
•Fan does energize
Auxiliary Heat
Lockout
Temperature
50
AUXILIARY HEAT ONLY
•Fan does energize
 40, 45, 50, 55 or 60 0F
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Operation
Compressor and Auxiliary
Heat Lockouts
• Electric Auxiliary heat
- Must set outdoor
temperature sensor for
control
- Choose compressor
lockout temperature
- Choose auxiliary
lockout temperature
5º F deadband between Compressor and Auxiliary
Heat Lockout Temperatures
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Operation
Dual Fuel Heat Pumps
• Thermostat controls
backup fossil fuel heat
- Outdoor temperature
sensor for control
- Choose Balance Point
lockout temperature in
installer setup number
0350
 No lockout
COMPRESSOR ONLY
•Fan does energize
Balance
Point
30
FOSSIL FUEL ONLY
•Fan does not energize
 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 or 45
0F
Emergency Head mode: Balance Point
Temperature ignored
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Recovery
Heat Pump Systems
Room
Temperature
COMPRESSOR
RECOVERY
RAMP
AUXILIARY HEAT
RECOVERY RAMP
Wake
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Recovery
Heat Pump Systems
Mild Weather: 50oF
Compressor Setpoint
Aux. Heat Setpoint
Room Temperature
Wake
ON
Compressor:
OFF
ON
Auxiliary Heat:
OFF
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Recovery
Heat Pump Systems
Moderate Weather: 30oF
Compressor Setpoint
Aux. Heat Setpoint
Room Temperature
Wake
ON
Compressor:
OFF
ON
Auxiliary Heat:
OFF
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Recovery
Heat Pump Systems
Severe Weather: 0oF
Compressor Setpoint
Aux. Heat Setpoint
Room Temperature
Wake
ON
Compressor:
OFF
ON
Auxiliary Heat:
OFF
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