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Education Central Engage, Apply, Retain. Emerson 6” Series Thermostats Homeowner Support Hotline: 800-284-2925. Note: This module covers common elements. Refer to Specification Sheet or Installation Instructions for detailed information. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Education CentralEngage, Apply, Retain

Emerson 6 SeriesThermostatsHomeowner Support Hotline: 800-284-2925Note: This module covers common elements. Refer to Specification Sheet or Installation Instructions for detailed information.

Education You Can Build OnApplication Coverage by SystemModelStages Heat / Cool by SystemApplicationsProgramming OptionsPower SourceSingle Stage (SS) Multi-Stage (MS) Heat Pump (HP1 or HP2) Universal (All)Model NumberSingle StageMulti-StageHeat PumpGas/Oil/Electric3-Wire Zone ValueMillivolt CompatibleHumidity Control Program Days per WeekProgram Periods per DayHardwire Battery Power AssistUniversal - Wireless1F98EZ-16211/12/24/2H,D7, 4, 2, BUniversal1F95-0680 Commercial1/12/24/27, 5+1+1, 4, 2, B,H,PA1F95EZ-0671 Easy Reader1/12/24/2, 74, 2, B,H,PA1F95-06711/12/24/27, 5+1+1, 4, 2, B,H,PAEmerson 6 ThermostatsSelecting the Right Thermostat for the JobThe 400 Series Thermostat is positioned as an economy model and has a 4 Blue color display. It is available in four different models. Both Programmable and Non-programmable are available.

The Thermostats can be applied to Single or Multi-stage fossil fuel or heat pumps. For information on the 6 Inch, 12 Inch and High Definition thermostats refer to the training module for that thermostat in other modules.2Applications

Wiring

Configuration

ProgrammingFeatured Products In This Module 1F98EZ-16214 Wire Universal1F95-0680Commercial, Universal1F95EZ-0671Easy Reader, Universal

6 Series Thermostats Agenda

Comfort InterfaceSensorEquipment Control

Staging By System TypeProgramming OptionsApplicationsTerminal IdentificationPart NumberLook at the Box for Detailed Information

Intuitive operating choicesOne Button One FunctionUniversal Up to 4 heat / 2 coolLarge, Easy to Read CharactersEasy to view without glassesSimple-to-use Non-Programmable Thermostat7-day programming can be enabled if desiredDual Fuel Capable with Smart Fuel Logic Program No outdoor sensor need for Furnace / Heat Pump SystemsNo Fossil Fuel Kit Required

6 Series Thermostat Overview6 SeriesSpecification Sheets Contain Detailed Information

6 Series ApplicationsApplicationStagesProgrammingFeatureTypeUniversal4/27, 0Wireless EZ Install1F98EZ-16217, 5+1+1, 0Commercial1F95-06800, 7Easy Reader1F95EZ-06717, 5+1+1, 06" Screen1F95-0671

76 Series Terminal Designations 6" SeriesUniversal, Conventional or Heat PumpTerminal Description 1F95-0671 1F95EZ-0671 1F95-0680 1F98EZ-1621 Programming 7, 5+1+1, 00, 77, 5+1+1, 00, 7W/E Stages 4/24/24/24/21st. Stage Heat (SS1, MS2) or Aux Heat 1st Stage (HP) W2 2nd Stage Heat (MS2) or Aux Heat 2nd Stage (HP2)Y 1st Stage Compressor (SS, MS2 or HP) Y2 2nd Stage Compressor (MS2 or HP2) O/B Reversing Valve Combined G Fan Relay RH and RC 24 VAC Hot (TH) Separate R24 VAC Hot (TH) C 24 VAC Common (TR) Wire L Diagnostics +, S, - Remote Sensor Terminals 6Wet Heat, 3 Wire Zone Valve Hum, Dehum(2) Humidity Terminals A1 Economizer Note:Outdoor SensorEasy ReaderCommercialWireless Easy Install86 Series Heat Pump / Dual Fuel Staging DetailStage+HP1Heat ModeHP2Heat ModeHP2 w/2 stage Dual FuelHeat Mode1st Y1 CompressorY1 CompressorY1 Compressor2ndW/E Aux, stage 1Y2 CompressorY2 Compressor3rdW2 Aux, stage 2W/E Aux, stage 1W/E 1st Stage Gas4th W2 Aux, stage 2W2 2nd Stage GasDual fuel option de-energizes any compressor stage when auxiliary heat is energized

Remember the Easy way? Ys = Compressors or Pumps..Ws = Conventional stages 1 and 2.9Power Stealing Assist extends battery life significantly by drawing stealing small amounts of voltage from the heat (W) or cool (Y) circuit. Power Stealing Switches on the back of the thermostat should be left in the ON" position for most systems.

On a small number of heating or cooling systems with high impedance electronic modules you may observe one of the following conditions:The furnace , draft inducer or fan run or continue running when the thermostat is not calling for operation. Switch the W dip switch to OFF. If the condition continues to occur switch the Y dip switch to OFF to disable Power Stealing Assist completely and operate the thermostat on batteries only.

Power Stealing Assist Extends Battery LifeIf the Power Stealing Assist method is not compatible with your system both switches can be turned off and the thermostat will operate normally.

Not available on the Easy Reader 1F95EZ-06716 Series Wiring for Conventional Systems- AC Furnace (No Heat Pump)

*** Common connection optional required for diagnostic indicator** For two transformer systems remove the jumperSingle Stage (SS) in RedMulti-Stage (MS) add Orange #6 Terminal is for a 3 wire zone valve

Shipped set up for Multi-Stage. The only difference between Multi-Stage and Single Stage are the additional 2nd stage calls for heat and cool. This configuration accommodates the majority of systems. Also has a #6 terminal (power closed) for 3-wire zone valves.very popular in certain areas with hydronic zone valves. Most thermostats wont work a 3-wire zone systemcomes standard on this one. 116 Series Wiring Heat Pump

Single Stage (HP1) in RedMulti-Stage (HP2)) and Green **

Shipped set up for Multi-Stage. The only difference between Multi-Stage and Single Stage are the additional 2nd stage calls for heat and cool. This configuration accommodates the majority of systems. Also has a #6 terminal (power closed) for 3-wire zone valves.very popular in certain areas with hydronic zone valves. Most thermostats wont work a 3-wire zone systemcomes standard on this one. 126 Series Easy Viewer ConfigurationOutdoor Unit TypeThermostat Configuration OptionsThermostat Applications# Stages Heat / CoolAir ConditionerSingle Stage 1 (SS1)No Heat Pump Single Stage CompressorGas Oil ElectricHeat Only / Cool Only Split Heat/Cool Systems2 or 3 wire Hydronic Zone (Hot Water or Steam) Systems 24 VAC or Milli-volt1 / 1Multi Stage 2 (MS2)No Heat Pump Two Stage Compressor2 / 2Heat PumpHeat Pump 1 (HP1)Heat Pump Single Stage CompressorSingle Stage Compressor Heat Pump SystemsUp to Two Stages Aux/Emergency Heat3 / 1Heat Pump 2 (HP2)Heat Pump Two Stage or Two CompressorTwo Stage or Two Compressor Heat Pump Systems Up to Two Stages Aux/Emergency Heat 4 / 2Four Thermostats in OneOK now lets get into some technical stuff. What do we mean by a UNIVERSAL THERMOSTAT? Universal means ONE thermostat that can be installed on almost any system

This thermostat is Four Thermostats in oneSingle Stage, Multi-Stage Gas or an Electric Furnace. Heat Pump Single Stage or Two Stage Compressor with up to two stages back-up Electric heat or Gas with a built in Dual Fuel option that does not require an outdoor sensor or fossil fuel kit.

You can customize the thermostat to be a Heat only, Cool only, or a Heat/Cool operation. It will work on almost any fossil fuel, heat pump, hydronic systems, and millivolt systems. When we say Universal we really mean it! Simply configure to match your system. Note the SS1, MS2, HP1, HP2 in the boxed column You can configure the thermostat for up to 4 stages of heating and 2 stages of cooling. 13

6 Series NavigationBattery Status = Full Charge = Half Capacity Change = Replace Batteries

Indicates Heat PumpSystem (does not appearfor multi-stage orsingle stageHeat ButtonPress to selectHeatingOff ButtonPress to turn off bothHeating and AirConditioning systemsand FanFan ButtonPress to select Fan operationFan = Fan On/Continuous Fan = Fan Auto Fan runs onlyduring a call for Heat or AirConditioning (typical setting)FanA/C ButtonPress to selectAir ConditioningButton LabelsSolid colored labelsIndicate selection is On.Non-solid or outlined labelsIndicate not selected of Off.(Heat is on in this example)Actual Room TemperatureDesired TemperatureRun ButtonMenu ButtonTemperature AdjustmentButtonsAuxHere is a basic overview of what the thermostat looks like right out of the box. To see it for yourself just enable the batteries on the sub base and let the thermostat power up in the factory default non-programmable mode.Looking in the upper left corner of the slide and moving around the thermostat:Battery Status, this indicates the power level in the batteries. Over time the batteries will lose power and the hash marks will slowly disappear. When there are only two of the four hash marks appearing it is time to replace the batteries with 2 fresh AA batteries.Heat Pump/Auxiliary Heat Indicator, if configured for a heat pump the word AUX will appear. If Aux becomes bold this indicates the auxiliary (Emergency) stage is selected.Heat Button, when bold you are in the heat mode, note, that it is one button, one operationhow easy is that?A/C Button, when bold you are in the air conditioning modeOff Button, when bold the system is offFan Button, when bold indicates the Fan has been turned on manually to run continuously. This button is also used to validate RUN changes in the configuration menu.Menu Button, this is the button you press to configure the thermostatnote for the installer configuration the Menu button must be held down for 5 seconds. This prevents accidentally entering the configuration menu in day to day operationTemperature Up and Down, to be warmer press the red up button, to get cooler press the blue down button. These buttons are also used to navigate through your options in the configuration menu.Desired Temperature, this is the temperature you would like the home to be at in heating or coolingActual Room Temperature, this is the actual temperature in the home. Note how big the temperature display is.14

6 Entering System Configuration 1. System must be in HEAT or A/C Mode2. Press and hold the MENU butt