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    TH144 400-144-003-C 2008-02-08 1/6 TURN OFF POWER TO THE S YSTEM A T THE MAIN POWER P ANEL T O AV OID ELECTRICAL SHOCK . Installation should be carried out by an electrician or a qualified technician. 1.1 Find a Location for the Thermostat • For a new installation, choose a locati on about 5 ft. (1.5 m) above the floor and on an inside wall. • [...]

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    TH144 400-144-003-C 2008-02-08 2/6 1.3 Connecting the REM input (optional) T o remotely activate the Unoccupied mode, the REM input allows connection to an optional CT240/ CT241 telephone controller , a central timer or an alarm system. A closed contact remotely activates the Unoccupied mode (see 4.1). 1.4 Connecting the AC144-02 RTI (optional) The[...]

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    TH144 400-144-003-C 2008-02-08 3/6 I 2.1 Select the Control Mode The mode indicates which system is used for temperature control. Use the Heat / Cool button to sele ct one of the followin g modes: 2.2 Predefined Setpoints Predefined setpoints represent the te mperature that you wish to have during the day , at night or whil e you are aw ay . The Co[...]

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    TH144 400-144-003-C 2008-02-08 4/6 3.1 Program Y our Schedule The TH144 allows four setting changes for each day of the week. There are no pre-set programs. For each day , enter the time at which you wake up (P1), the time you leave for work (P2), the time you re turn home (P3) and the time you go to bed (P4): NOTE: For temperature increases (P1 an[...]

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    TH144 400-144-003-C 2008-02-08 5/6 4.1 Remote Unoccupied When the REM inpu t is conne cted to a central system or a telephone contro ller and a signal is received through this input, the TH144 will switch to the unoccupied setpoint. • The yellow LED on top of the display turns on when the unoccupie d mode is activated (1H1C/2H2C models on ly). ?[...]

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    TH144 400-144-003-C 2008-02-08 6/6 Power supply: 24 V AC Maximum load: 1.5 A / 30 V AC per output Remote input: dry contact, 24 V AC / 10 mA Heat setting range: 5°C to 28°C (40°F to 82°F) Cool setting range: 15°C to 35°C (60°F to 95°F) Balance point setting range:-40°C to 5° C (-40°F to 41°F) T emperature display (ambient): -9°C to 70?[...]