Honeywell perfect climate comfort center control system manual

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    PRODUCT DATA 68- 0173- 3 ® U.S. Registered Trademark Copyright © 2001 Honeywell • All Rights Res[...]

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    68-0173—3 2 ORDERING INFORMATION When purchasing replacement and modernizat io n products from you[...]

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    3 68-0173—3 Finish: C7189A W all Mount Remote Indoo r Sensor: Premier White® color . PC8900A Cont[...]

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    68-0173—3 4 Fig. 2. Dimensions for 205224A Wall Cover Plate in in. (mm). Fig. 3. Di mensions for C[...]

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    5 68-0173—3 Fig. 6. Dimensions for PC8900 A Control Panel in in. (mm). Fig. 7. Dimension s for W89[...]

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    68-0173—3 6 CAUTION Disconnect power supply before wirin g to prevent electrical shock or equipm e[...]

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    7 68-0173—3 IMPORT ANT Be sure to connect the C terminal to transformer common. IN NEW INSTALLATIO[...]

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    68-0173—3 8 T able 3. Heat Pump Applications (W8900B). a AUX controls the auxiliary h eat like W2,[...]

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    9 68-0173—3 WIRING DIAGRAMS W8900A,C Hookup Diagrams Fig. 1 1. Ho okup diagram for heating/c oolin[...]

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    68-0173—3 10 Fig. 12. Hookup diagram for 1-stage or 2-st age heatin g and cooling in conven tional[...]

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    1 1 68-0173—3 Fig. 13. Hook up diagram for heating/coo ling intermittent pilot g as burning igniti[...]

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    68-0173—3 12 Fig. 14. Hookup diagram for 3-wire zon e valves in Series 20 heating system with zon [...]

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    13 68-0173—3 Fig. 15. Hook up diagram in oil he ating/electric cooling system (oil primary has it [...]

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    68-0173—3 14 W8900B Hookup Diagrams Fig. 16. Hookup diagram for 2-stage heat/1-stage cool in heat [...]

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    15 68-0173—3 Fig. 17. Hookup diagram of 3-stage heat/2-st age cool heat pu mp system. S1 S T1 T OU[...]

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    68-0173—3 16 Fig. 18. Hookup diag ram for heat pump application requirin g sep arate W1 and Y1 ter[...]

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    17 68-0173—3 Fig. 19. Hookup diag ram for heat pump application requirin g sep arate Y1 and W1 ter[...]

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    68-0173—3 18 W8900A,B,C Humidity Cont rol Hookup Diagrams Fig. 20. Hoo kup diagram connec ting coo[...]

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    19 68-0173—3 3. Remove the PC8900A from the wiring wallplate by pull- ing the PC8900A straight off[...]

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    68-0173—3 20 CAUTION Disconnect the power supply befo re connecting wiring to prevent electrical s[...]

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    21 68-0173—3 Fig. 25. T yp ical location for C7189A Remote Sensor (C71 89A must be mounted in livi[...]

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    68-0173—3 22 Fig. 26. W iring diagram for C718 9A Remote Sensor to W8900 A-C Remote Module. Mounti[...]

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    23 68-0173—3 — Mount it high enough to prevent tampering or coverage by snow , ice or debris. ?[...]

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    68-0173—3 24 CAUTION Disconnect power supply befor e connecting the wiring to prevent electrical s[...]

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    25 68-0173—3 TO ENTER THE INSTALLER SETUP MODE: 1. Hold the PC8900A CHECK key until all display se[...]

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    68-0173—3 26 a The humidity option can only be set for heat or cool. If both are set to Y , it wil[...]

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    27 68-0173—3 Press the up or down arrowhead key until the word HEA T is flashing on the PC8900A di[...]

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    68-0173—3 28 The current day and time are now programmed. The preprogrammed schedule is ac tivated[...]

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    29 68-0173—3 4. Setting V entilator a. Press VENTILA T E to display VENT when increased ventilatio[...]

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    68-0173—3 30 10. Programming the System Setting a. Press SYSTEM until desired setting ( HEA T , OF[...]

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    31 68-0173—3 4. Programming Hold for 1 to 7 Days a. Press HOLD. b. Press HEA T/C OOL SETPOINTS to [...]

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    68-0173—3 32 Canceling Program Settings. Each period can be canceled. 6. Canceling Period a. Press[...]

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    33 68-0173—3 h. Press CHECK again to display the system setting. i. Press CHECK or RUN to return t[...]

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    68-0173—3 34 T abl e 10. Heat Pump System Checkout. a a The polarity configuration of the reversin[...]

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    35 68-0173—3 Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ Operation Adaptive Intelligent Reco very™ operatio[...]

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    68-0173—3 36 Heat Pump Recovery In Mild Weather When outdoor temperature is mild; for example 50°[...]

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    37 68-0173—3 outdoor temperature, humidity , current setpoint, system mode, alarm out on High-Low [...]

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    68-0173—3 38 dehumidification requirement is still not met, cooling start s again. This switching [...]

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    39 68-0173—3 setup mode for a few seconds. After the RUN key is pressed, the discharge air tempera[...]

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    68-0173—3 40 TROUBLESHOOTING See Fig. 41 for troubleshooting proced ures. Fig. 41. T rouble shooti[...]

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    41 68-0173—3 Fig. 41. T rouble shooting pr ocedures ( Continued ). • RECONFIGURE PC8900 FOR LOCA[...]

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    68-0173—3 42 Fig. 41. T rouble shooting pr ocedures ( Continued ). M18743 TEMPERATURE CHANGES OCCU[...]

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    43 68-0173—3 Fig. 41. T rouble shooting pr ocedures ( Continued ). • CHECK SYSTEM FUSE OR CIRCUI[...]

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    68-0173—3 J.H. Rev . 04-01 www .honeywell.com/your home Home and Building ControlHo me and Buildin[...]