Heat Pump Thermostat

Cross Reference

& Guide Selection

Select a Honeywell Heat Pump Thermostat for Peak Performance that Meets Every Heat Pump Demand
Rapid advances in heat pump technology, resulting in high efficiency units and lower operating costs, have made the heat pump a popular choice with consumers. Honeywell heat pump thermostats are ideal for all your heat pump applications and provide the highest level of comfort available. Our thermostats offer consistent control. They optimize desired comfort level and energy savings. Because your customers’ needs vary, we’ve developed the most complete line of heat pump thermostats.

NON-PROGRAMMABLE HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS
T841 Standard Non-Programmable Thermostat
• Good performance without any “frills”. • Electromechanical. • Two heat/one cool; manual changeover. • Single-piece construction–no subbase required. • Front test probe access for easy checkout.

T8411 Standard Electronic Non-Programmable Thermostat
• Microelectronic technology provides precise zero-droop performance. • Attractive styling complements any décor. • Two heat/one cool; manual changeover eliminates unexpected system operation. • Large digital display for quick, easy readability. • Fan and system switches are located on the lower edge of the thermostat to eliminate accidental setting changes.

Y594 Deluxe Non-Programmable Thermostat
• Proven reliability with excellent temperature control. • Electromechanical. • Classic styling. • Two heat/one cool; automatic or manual changeover. • Two-piece, front-wired construction for easy installation.

T8511 Deluxe Electronic Non-Programmable Thermostat
• Microelectronic technology provides precise zero-droop performance. • Attractive styling complements any décor. • Two heat/one cool; automatic or manual changeover. • Easy-to-read backlit display. • Most frequently used keys are located by LCD for quick and easy access to information. • Outdoor temperature display available with optional outdoor temperature sensor.

PROGRAMMABLE HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS
T8011 Standard Programmable Thermostat
• Microelectronic technology provides precise zero-droop performance. • Attractive styling complements any décor. • Two heat/one cool; manual changeover. • Program up to four time periods and temperature setpoints. • Large temperature display for quick, easy readability. • Conveniently sized thermostat with two-piece installation make it easy to install and troubleshoot.

T8611 Chronotherm® IV Deluxe Programmable Thermostat
• Microelectronic technology provides precise zero-droop performance. • Attractive styling complements any décor. • Two heat/one cool; automatic or manual changeover. • Seven-day programming. • COPY key makes programming easier for the installer and the homeowner. • Easy-to-read backlit display. • Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ optimizes heat pump energy savings. • Outdoor temperature display available with optional outdoor temperature sensor.

PC8900/W8900B1002 Perfect Climate Comfort Center™ Control System
• Automated, all-in-one comfort control. • PC8900 Control Panel mounts in living space and accurately measures and controls room temperature and humidity. W8900 Remote Panel mounts near the heating and cooling equipment. • Optional remote sensors can be used for optimum temperature control. • Up to three heat/two cool. • Seven-day (auto copy) programming. • Large, continuously lit display. • Simultaneous display of heat and cool setpoints with push of a button. • Circulation fan setting improves indoor air quality.

HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE

Table of Contents
About This Cross Reference/Selection Guide ........................................................................................................................ Heat Pump Thermostat Model Specifications ......................................................................................................................... Thermostat Descriptions and General Information ................................................................................................................. Understanding Circuits ............................................................................................................................................................ Typical System Hookup Diagrams .......................................................................................................................................... Electronic Thermostat (T8011, T8411, T8511, T8611) Sequences of Operation ................................................................... Thermostat Manufacturer Cross Reference ............................................................................................................................ Tips for Using This Heat Pump Cross Reference ................................................................................................................... Wiring Connections for Honeywell Heat Pump Thermostats .................................................................................................. Manufacturer Cross Reference ............................................................................................................................................... Index ....................................................................................................................................................................................... Index to Figure Diagrams ........................................................................................................................................................ 1 2-4 5-12 13-14 15-25 26-28 29-32 33 34-35 36-116 117-118 119

About This Cross Reference/Selection Guide
Heat pumps require thermostats with special features. This Cross Reference/Selection Guide contains information about all aspects of selecting a Honeywell replacement thermostat for any heat pump application. Table 1 shows a list of the Honeywell TRADELINE® and SUPER TRADELINE® OS numbers and their specifications. Immediately following the table are more detailed descriptions and related application information. In this section you will find additional information explaining features and requirements that are unique to heat pump thermostat applications. Following the general information section are the internal schematics, wiring diagrams, and sequence of operation information for the electronic thermostats. The Thermostat Manufacturer Cross Reference is listed next. Finally, there is the heat pump manufacturer cross reference, including tips on how to use it. This cross reference, which is organized alphabetically by equipment or thermostat manufacturer, provides the needed information to select and wire any Honeywell heat pump thermostat in new installations and replacement applications.

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B.L. HT. which is adjustable. Includes outdoor reset and fixed anticipation on stage 2 heat. O.. HT.F. (Fig. for two-stage heating and one-stage cooling. HT. Includes T874G1741/Q674F1477. replaces GE AY28X077 and AY28X138.W3.Manual heat HEAT-OFFor cool COOL EM.HT.E 2 1 EM.W3. (Fig. Model Number Specifications. No auto fan in EM. Y1.. SUPER TRADELINE®.X.. 25)... except Premier White™.HT.R.R. which is adjustable.O.B. B.AUTO-OFF Auto cool None Y594G1161 2 1 AUX.G.R.O. Replaces Coleman/Evcon Y594G1377 (Fig. HEATAUTOCOOL OFFEM.L 2 1 EM. SUPER TRADELINE®. E.HT. HT. HT.Manual heat HEAT-OFFor cool COOL EM.L 2 1 Auto heat or cool EM. (Fig. X2. For use where E and W2 may be jumpered.X1.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Heat Pump Thermostat Model Specifications Table 1.X. With outdoor reset.Y. EM. HT. EM.HT.Manual heat COOL or cool EM. AUX.O.B. HT.O.F. which is adjustable.O. E.Y. HT. Fixed anticipation except stage 2.HEAT-OFFCOOL Manual cool T841A1555 2 1 T841A1712 SUPER TRADELINE®. 20).O.B. Fixed anticipation except Stage 2. (Fig. E. 22). includes T874G1972/ Q674F1584.X1.W2.HT.HT. T841B1000 W1. (Fig. T841A1738 2 1 EM.HT. Y594G1419 W1. G. Same as T841A1712. CHECKc (continued) 70-6627 • 2 . For “No Emergency Heat” applications. 22). includes T874R1616/Q674L1587. Y594R1425 W1. AUX. fixed anticipation. 21). W1. no stage 2 heat anticipation.T. Auto fan in EM. Fixed B.HT.X W. TRADELINE®.X.R.G.G.HT. (Fig.HT.G. Replaces T841A1068 and T841A1407. 19). HEATAUTOCOOL Auto heat or cool EM.B. except Premier White™.HT.R. AUX. EM. Auto fan in EM.Y. 17).R. No auto fan in EM.O..X. heating and one-stage cooling.X2.Y.HT.HT.W3.W3.R. HT. AUX. (Fig.HT. CHECKc Y594G1633 W2. G.W2.U Heat 2 Cool 1 Systems Switch Changeover Led Indication EM.O.HT.B.X2 2 1 OFFEM.B 2 1 HEAT-OFF. HT.E. includes T874G1642/Q674F1444. O. 18). Auto fan in EM.Y. Auto fan in EM. 18). HT.. 16).X.W2.G.HT.HT. Order Number T841A1308 Stages Description TRADELINE®.d.W3.HT. HT.E anticipation except Stage 2. Auto fan in EM. GE AY28Y078 and AY28Y139.Y.G.X2. (Fig. AUX.HT.G.X. W2.. SUPER TRADELINE®. CHECKc Y594G1476 Same as Y594G1419.R. AUX. Y1. EM. (Fig.HT.Y. HEATAUTOCOOL OFFEM. SUPER TRADELINE®.HT.R.X W..G. AUX. T841A1530. B. HT. Includes T874G1204/Q674J1043. for two-stage W2. No auto fan in EM.W2. Terminals W2.HT. Auto fan in EM.Y1.T.Manual heat HEAT-OFFor cool COOL AUX.Manual heat HEAT-OFFor cool COOL EM. Fixed anticipation.R.HT.E.X2 2 1 Auto heat or cool EM.

.R.. includes T874R1954/Q674L1827.L.HT.HT.R.E.W2. CHECKc SYSTEMb EM.L.W3.HT. Auto fan in EM. E.OT. X2.HEAT-OFFCOOL EM..G.HT. 29).HT.HT.C. E.HT. 27).L.OT R.HT. (Fig.HEAT-OFFCOOL EM.O. TRADELINE®. 29).Y.d.E. Outdoor sensor capability.-HT.O/B.HT.Y1. 26). 26).HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM.Y.L W2.G.HEAT-OFFCOOL EM. SYSTEMb None T8611G1004 2 1 Automatica T8611G1103 Same as T8611G1004.HEAT-OFFCOOL EM.HT. (Fig. (Fig. Same as T8011R1014 except Premier White™.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM.U Heat 2 Cool 1 Systems Switch EM.R. G. Order Number Y594R1763 Stages Description TRADELINE®. AUX. W2.Y2. TRADELINE®.W2.G. non-programmable electronic thermostat.HT.-HT.X2. Outdoor sensor capability.HT. C. O.-HT. TRADELINE®.O. Changeover Manual cool Y594R1797 W2. 23).HT.L W2. Auto fan in EM. W2.HEAT-OFFCOOL EM.B W1. Auto fan in EM.E. which is selectable.G. E.Y2.HT.C. TRADELINE®.HT.Y1.HT.L W1. B. Outdoor sensor capability.HT. Includes T874R1988/Q674L1868. 29).W1.Y1. Auto fan in EM.HT. AUX. CHECKc SYSTEMb EM.O. G. (Fig. G.O. AUX.-HT. TRADELINE®. 2 1 Automatica T8611M7008 3 2 Automatica T8611R1000 TRADELINE®.G. Auto fan in EM. W2. Replaces Coleman/Evcon Y594R1235. AUX. program up to four time periods and temperatures. 29). 7 day programming.B.HT.R.HT. Auto fan in EM.B. B. 28).O.R.X1.O.G.X1. (Fig..T. E. G. G.O/B. Auto fan in EM. Terminals W.O/B. C. Deluxe Electronic Thermostat. Auto fan in EM. X2.B.C.-HT.C. (Fig.G.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM.C.B R. Model Number Specifications (continued).OT R. HT.Y. Deluxe Electronic Thermostat.-HT.Y.HEAT-OFFCOOL Led Indication EM. AUX. No auto fan in EM. (Fig.L W2. 2 1 Manual T8411R1002 2 1 Manual T8411R1028 2 1 Manual None T8511G1021 2 1 Automatica CHECKc T8511G1047 2 1 Automatica CHECKc T8511M1002 3 2 Automatica CHECKc T8011R1006 2 1 Manual None T8011R1014 2 1 Manual None (continued) 70-6627 • 3 .O. E.L.R.W1.L.HT.C.W1.HT.X1. Fixed anticipation except stage 2. Same as T8411R1002 except Premier White™. (Fig. B. Auto fan in EM.Y1.L R.W3. 5-1-1 programming.HT.Y.-HT.B.W2.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM.HT.R.L 2 1 Manual cool EM.OT R.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Table 1.HT. which is selectable.OT.. (Fig.C. 30).E. Auto fan in EM.Y.HT. E. except Premier White™. TRADELINE®. AUX.G. 24).P W1. 5-1-1 programming.HT. EM. W2. (Fig.OT.E. Fixed anticipation except stage 2.HT. Replaces Y594R1136.W1. Same as T8511G1021 except Premier White™.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM.C. 30). (Fig.X.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM. 5-1-1 programming..E.X2.O. W2. EM.Y. TRADELINE®.HT.R..Y.Y.L.F.O. (Fig..C.B.HEAT-OFFCOOL AUX. CHECKc SYSTEMb EM.

C. e CHECK LED comes on when 24 Vac is applies to the L terminal.G.OT. Programmable fan and back lighting features. (Fig.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM.R.X1.L Heat 2 Cool 1 Systems Switch EM.C. Order Number T8611G2002 Stages Description TRADELINE®. d EM.O/B. AUX. 7-day program capability. Same as T8611M2017 except Premier White™. Model Number Specifications (continued).HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM. full 7-day program capability.L.R.RH. Programmable fan and back lighting features. O/B.OT.X1.W2.R.X1.Y1/ W1. O/B.G.C.E.G.E. TRADELINE®. Same as T8611G2002 except Premier White™.X1.HT. W3. Perfect Climate Comfort Center™ Control System. X2.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM.Y2. R.Y2/W2. 70-6627 • 4 .OT Y1. Terminals Y1. 7-day (auto copy) programming.HT. 7-day program capability. G.X2.C.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Table 1. Programmable fan and back lighting features. LED indicates compressor malfunction. HT.OT R.OT Y1. Full seven-day program capability.E.L.W2. W2. b SYSTEM LED lights when heating or cooling equipment is running.HT. f FAIL LED come on when a complete cirucuit is made on the X1 and X2 terminals.OT Y1.L. Programmable fan and back lighting features. TRADELINE®.HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL EM. be sure the cooling compressor has adequate cold start protection.W2.X2.W1.W1. O/B.O/B. 31).E.HT. G. OT.C. (Fig.E. c CHECK LED indicates compressor malfunction. g CHECK LED lights to alert homeowner to HVAC maintenance or service needs. 31).HEAT-OFFAUTOCOOL Led Indication CHECKe FAILf Changeover Automatica T8611G2028 2 1 Automatica CHECKe FAILf T8611M2017 3 2 Automatica CHECKe FAILf T8611M2025 3 2 Automatica CHECKe FAILf PC8900A1007/ W8900B1002 3 2 Automatica CHECKg SYSTEMb a In freezing climates. X2.Y2. OT. W3.L.HT.

T841A models include up to three LED indicator lights. Since heat pumps require thermostats with special features such as control of changeover valves. Y594R model has manual changeover. TG504 Key Lock® Cover. First stage heat anticipation is fixed. Electronic Non-programmable Heat Pump Thermostats T8411 Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats The T8411 models control two-stage heat and one-stage cool in heat pump systems. outdoor thermistor. using manual changeover. there can be a fairly large offset between the setpoint temperature and the room temperature. Heat anticipators are either adjustable or fixed. the outdoor thermistor has a very low resistance. permitting a large amount of current to flow in the heater. Select one of the following T841 or Y594 models if a thermostat with outdoor reset capability is required: T841A1555 Y594G1161 Y594R1763 If an outdoor thermistor is not provided.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Thermostat Descriptions and General Information This section describes some of the heat pump thermostats that Honeywell manufactures. To correct this difference. Outdoor Reset Some heat pump thermostats apply outdoor reset to minimize the effect of the interstage differential. When this happens. 70-6627 • 5 . cooling anticipator is fixed. This reduces the call for second stage heating. this section also explains some of the features and requirements unique to heat pump thermostat applications. ordered separately. calls for second stage heating are more frequent. T841B models include up to two LED indicator lights. an outdoor thermistor is used. and the TG511 Versaguard™ Universal Thermostat Guard. Provision for an outdoor reset to improve thermal performance is also available on select models. Y594G models have automatic changeover. NOTE: All Honeywell electronic heat pump thermostats are droopless controls and do not require the use of outdoor reset. It takes more than a one-degree change in temperature to initiate the second stage of heating. Accessories include tamper-resistant cover and locking lever assembly with thermometer. Electronic thermostats provide droopless temperature control. Heat anticipators are either adjustable or fixed. or 9 cph. second stage heat anticipation is selectable at 3. Y594 Combination Packs for Heat Pump Applications The Y594 Packs combine the appropriate T874 Multistage Thermostat and the Q674 Subbase for specific heat pump applications. locking lever stops. using manual changeover only. use the Honeywell C815A Outdoor Thermistor. 6. This helps reduce the difference between the setpoint temperature and the room temperature. cooling anticipator is fixed. In warm weather. the outdoor thermistor has a very high resistance. Setpoints are permanently held in memory (no batteries required) and retained during power failures. Added to a certain amount of droop under high loads. permitting a small amount of current to flow in the heater. Electromechanical Heat Pump Thermostats T841 Heat Pump Thermostats The T841 models control two-stage heat and one-stage cool in heat pump systems. In cool weather.

Electronic thermostats provide droopless temperature control. Models include LED indication for system operation and status. 5. Electronic Programmable Heat Pump Thermostats T8011 Standard Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats The T8011 models provide two-stage heat and one-stage cool control for heat pump systems. 6. Using the Chronotherm III or Chronotherm IV T8611M on Two-Speed Heat Pump Compressor Equipment The T8611M is a three-stage heat/two-stage cool thermostat used to control multistage heat pump equipment. 70-6627 • 6 . Equipment Terminals C R G O B Y Y2 T8611M Terminals C R G O B Y Y2 W2 Third Stage Heat Emergency Heating W3 E W3 E M13229 Equipment Function Transformer Common Power Fan Cooling Changeover Heating Changeover 1st Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Compressor or or O/B O/B a Fig. using manual changeover. no jumper is required. 6. using manual or automatic changeover. The T8511 models also include a backlit display and outdoor sensing capability. Connect all other terminals as shown in the wiring diagram below. the high speed compressor is wired to the Y2 terminal. 1. Connect the Y terminal to the low-speed compressor terminal. Electronic thermostats provide droopless temperature control. In these cases. there is no difference in controlling multistage equipment and in controlling two-speed multistage equipment. and Sunday. Models are available with selectable daily schedules for weekdays. 3. Connect the Y2 terminal to the high-speed compressor terminal. or 9 cph. The differential required between stage 1 and stage 2 in multistage equipment is the same as the differential required between low-speed and high-speed in two-speed equipment. or 9 cph. Battery backup. All programs and setpoints are permanently held in memory in the event of a power outage.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE T8511 Deluxe Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats The T8511 models control two-stage heat and one-stage cool in heat pump systems. First stage heat anticipation is fixed. using manual or automatic changeover. Jumper the Y2 and W2 terminals. or full 7-day programming. with low battery indication. Setpoints are permanently held in memory (no batteries required) and retained during power failures. Using the T8611M on two-speed heat pump compressor equipment.a 3. Saturday. second stage heat anticipation is selectable at 1. Adjustable second stage cycling allows for use of the thermostat with electric heat or fossil fuel while providing optimum comfort. a On selected T8611M models. However. The user can program up to four time periods and temperature setpoints.a 4. maintains clock and memory during power outages. To connect the T8611M to two-speed heat pump equipment: 1. 2. Chronotherm® III Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats The T8611 Chronotherm III models provide up to three-stage heat and two-stage cool control for heat pump systems. First stage heat anticipation is fixed. Configure the O/B terminal for changeover in either heating or cooling. second stage heat anticipation is selectable at 3.

Conventional recovery starts recovery at the beginning of the programmed time period and uses the equipment to achieve the comfort settings as soon as possible. However. However. the thermostat Y terminal activates the first stage of heating. the Y terminal activates the first stage of cooling. The Y terminal is energized on a call for stage 1 heat and stage 1 cool. using manual or automatic changeover. reversing the logic of the Chronotherm III T8611G and T8611M Y terminal. Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ control assures that the comfort setting is achieved at the programmed time regardless of weather conditions. Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ control brings the room temperature to the desired temperature setpoint at the programmed time. First stage heat anticipation is fixed. Honeywell does not recommend this because the auxiliary heat comes on when the program time begins.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Chronotherm IV Electronic Deluxe Heat Pump Thermostats The T8611 Chronotherm IV thermostat models provide up to three-stage heat and two-stage cool control for heat pump systems. In order for the T8611G or T8611M to accommodate this requirement. Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ Control (Night Setback and Heat Pumps) Heat pump applications are ideal for night setback and energy savings. 70-6627 • 7 . Backlighting on the large display makes the LCD very easy to read. Heat Pumps with Heating Mode Changeover Here is how the switching relay allows the system to work properly: * The Y terminal is connected to the equipment terminal W1 through the normally closed contacts on the R8222B Switching Relay. Applications Requiring Special System Hookups Using a Chronotherm III T8611G or T8611M on Systems Requiring Separate W1 and Y1 Terminals The Chronotherm III T8611G and T8611M are designed with only one common compressor terminal. These models provide full 7-day programming capability. Now when the thermostat calls for cooling. the Adaptive Intelligent Recovery control can be turned off in the Installer Set-up mode in the Chronotherm IV thermostat. Models with programmable fan operation are available for homeowner comfort. some multistage heat pump equipment requires one terminal to be energized on a call for stage 1 heat (W1) and one terminal to be energized on a call for stage 1 cool (Y1). and runs continuously until the setpoint is reached. maximizing comfort and energy savings. a separate switching relay must be added to the installation. the O terminal is energized. in order to maximize the energy saved in a night setback mode. When the system switch is in the COOL position. * The O terminal is connected to the coil terminals on the R8222B Switching Relay. When the thermostat calls for heat. use the T8611 Chronotherm® III or T8611 Chronotherm® IV Thermostats with Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ control. second stage heat anticipation is selectable. Unlike the Chronotherm III models. See the following wiring diagrams for heat pumps that provide changeover in the heating mode and for heat pumps that provide changeover in the cooling model.

When the thermostat calls for cooling. reversing the logic of the Chronotherm® III T8611G and T8611M Y terminal. 70-6627 • 8 .HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Equipment Function Power 1st Stage Cool 2nd Stage Cool Fan 1st Stage Heat 2nd Stage Heat Transformer Common Equipment Terminals R Y1 Y2 G W1 W2 C T8611M Terminals R Y2 G W2 C Y O Heating Changeover B R8222B Relay B M13231 Fig. When the system switch is in the HEAT position. Installing an R8222B Switching Relay on heat pumps requiring cooling mode changeover. Installing an R8222B Switching Relay on heat pumps requiring heating mode changeover. 2. the Y terminal activates the first stage of heating. the B terminal is energized. Equipment Terminals R Y1 Y2 G W1 W2 C W2 C Y Y2 G T8611M Terminals R Equipment Function Power 1st Stage Cool 2nd Stage Cool Fan 1st Stage Heat 2nd Stage Heat Transformer Common B Cooling Changeover O R8222B Relay O M13230 Fig. Now when the thermostat calls for heating. 3. * The B terminal is connected to the coil terminals of the R8222B Switching Relay. the thermostat Y terminal activates the first stage of cooling. Heat Pumps with Cooling Mode Changeover Here is how the switching relay allows the system to work properly: * The Y terminal is connected to the equipment terminal Y1 through the normally closed contacts on the R8222B Switching Relay.

To change the fan operation on the TRADELINE and SUPER TRADELINE models.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Changing Fan Operation in Emergency Heat Mode for Electronic Thermostats In the emergency heat mode (system switch in EM. Refer to Fig. and T8511M. Relay wiring connections for Carrier equipment (typical 38BQ). T8611M. R (Power) E C (Common) E (EM. This means that when the thermostat calls for heat. 5 through 13 for the wiring connections of these types of equipment. Heat Pump Manufacturer Relay Wiring Connections The wiring connections for some thermostats to specific types of heat pump equipment require a separate relay for proper operation. the thermostat also calls for fan operation. 4 Changing fan operation in emergency heat mode for electronic thermostats. the thermostat controls the fan operation with a call for first stage heat. follow the wiring diagram shown below. 70-6627 • 9 . However. the fan switch is enabled and the fan operation is as described in the installation instructions. Heat) G Thermostat R8222B Relay G (Fan) Equipment M13232 Fig. 5. Connecting the thermostat and relay to the equipment in this manner disables the fan switch in the emergency heat mode. Equipment Function Transformer Common 1st Stage Cooling 1st Stage Heating Existing Control Terminal Designation C Y1 W1 New Terminal Designation C Y O M13235 Fig. this fan operation is not desirable on some types of systems. Require relay (R8222B1067 typically) for proper operation. position). PC8900/W8900B1002. During normal operation. HT.

3300). Equipment Function Indoor Power System Monitor Existing Control Terminal Designation VR L New Terminal Designation R L or X1 M13237 Fig. Relay wiring connections for Evcon/Coleman equipment (3200. 6000. Tape off if light is not desired. 8. 3400. and 6500).HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Equipment Function Common Power Emergency Heat Existing Control Terminal Designation Black Red New Terminal Designation C R A L E M13241 Fig. 3360. 7. 6. 3300. HP10). Equipment requires normally energized emergency heat. Relay wiring connections for Lennox equipment (HP9. 70-6627 • 10 . Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate system. Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate system. Relay wiring connections for Evcon/Coleman equipment (3200. Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate the system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats. Equipment Function Common Power Emergency Heat Existing Control Terminal Designation Black Red A New Terminal Designation or C X R E M13236 Fig. Equipment requires normally energized emergency heat.

9.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Equipment Function Power System Monitor Existing Control Terminal Designation VR L New Terminal Designation R L or X1 or F M13238 Fig. Equipment Function Power System Monitor Existing Control Terminal Designation R X1 New Terminal Designation R L or X1 M13239 Fig. Equipment Function Power System Monitor Existing Control Terminal Designation or R1 R L or X New Terminal Designation R L or X1 M13240 Fig. Requires R8222B1067 Relay if outdoor section has reset shunt relay and malfunction light indicator is desired on thermostat. Relay wiring connections for Magic Chef equipment (PE Series). 11. 70-6627 • 11 . Relay wiring connections for Lennox equipment (HP16. Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate the system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats. Relay wiring connections for Mammoth. HP22 Direct Replacements). 10. Tape off if light is not desired. Requires R8222B1067 Relay if outdoor section has reset shunt relay and malfunction light indicator is desired on thermostat. HP19. HP21.

HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Equipment Function Transformer Common Power Fan Equipment Terminals C R G PC8900 Terminals C R G O/B 1st Stage Heating 1st Stage Cooling Changeover Valve 2nd Stage Heating Emergency Heat 2nd Stage Cooling W1 Y1 B W2 E Y2 Y1/W1 Aux. 12. 13. Relay wiring connections for PC8900 in heat pump applications requiring separate Y1 and W1 terminals with a cooling changeover. E Y2 M13233 Fig. 70-6627 • 12 . Equipment Function Transformer Common Power Fan Equipment Terminals C R G PC8900 Terminals C R G O/B 1st Stage Cooling 1st Stage Heating Changeover Valve 2nd Stage Heating Emergency Heat 2nd Stage Cooling Y1 W1 O W2 E Y2 Y1/W1 Aux. E Y2 M13234 Fig. Relay wiring connections for PC8900 in heat pump applications requiring separate Y1 and W1 terminals with a heating changeover.

Each schematic indicates switch operation by being drawn in the open position with an arrow indicating operation with a temperature RISE or FALL.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Understanding Circuits To understand wiring diagrams. KEY TO HOOKUP SYMBOLS TRANSFORMER (24 VAC SECONDARY) RELAY/CONTACTOR CONTACTS B TERMINAL RELAY OR CONTACTOR COIL LED ODT OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT EHR EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY FIXED ANTICIPATOR HIGH RESISTANCE (TYPICALLY 5 KILOHMS) RTD TIME DELAY RELAY RD DEFROST RELAY ADJUSTABLE ANTICIPATOR LOW RESISTANCE (TYPICALLY 0 TO 5 OHMS) CHP PRESSURE SWITCH LACO LOW AMBIENT CUTOFF M5848 MERCURY SWITCH Fig. Each anticipator is identified and each switch affected is named (EX: H1 anticipator. 14. The thermostat automatically changes between heat and cool modes as indoor temperature changes. Cool changeover valve—operates on cooling. This system monitor relay detects a malfunction in the compressor and indicates the malfunction by activating the EMERGENCY HEAT LED on the switching subbase. C1 anticipator). Manual changeover—requires a system switch movement to change mode (EX: Q674L with EM. C/O—Changeover (heat pumps). System monitor relay—optional equipment on some heat pumps. it is important to know what all the symbols mean and how to trace the path of the circuits from the transformer. Circuit descriptions and terminology are defined as follows: Auto changeover—refers to the presence of an AUTO position in the system switching (EX: Q674F with OFF-COOL AUTO-HEAT-EM. C3—Stage 3 Cooling. Heat changeover valve—operates on heating. Key to hookup symbols. H3—Stage 3 Heating. H2—Stage 2 Heating. All T874 Multistage Thermostats use mercury switches. 70-6627 • 13 .-HEAT-OFFCOOL switching). HEAT switching). The reversing valve or relay is activated either by moving the system switch to COOL (manual changeover) or by a mercury switch that makes on a temperature rise (auto changeover). The reversing valve or relay is activated either by moving the system switch to HEAT (manual changeover) or by a mercury switch that makes on a temperature fall (auto changeover). C1—Stage 1 Cooling. The system monitor relay may be wired to the L terminal on some thermostats Each mercury switch is identified by function: H1—Stage 1 Heating. C2—Stage 2 Cooling. HT.

NEMA Type D (40VA). for example) or resistive heaters. 15. NEMA Type E (48-50 VA). At 100% load. regardless of load conditions. “brown-out” voltage levels under heavy load conditions. It’s especially important for electrical controls (OEM boards in high efficiency furnaces. high standard? Look for the transformer to be marked: NEMA Type B (20VA). The Honeywell AT20A. No excessively high open-circuit voltage under light load conditions. Why is this so important? Because today’s sophisticated control systems require reliable. How can you tell that the transformers you buy meet this tough. accurate voltage output for optimal system performance. such as thermostat heat anticipators. AT72D and AT87A Transformers do even more. they meet tough voluntary standards of the National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association (NEMA). AT40A. AT87A1106 27 26 25 24 SECONDARY VOLTAGE 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 0 50 100 % OF LOAD 150 M993 200 Fig. The following are recommended Honeywell NEMA standard transformers: AT72D1691. No low. NEMA Class 2 transformer band. Conformance to NEMA standards assures the voltage output of a transformer will remain within acceptable limits.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE NEMA Standard Transformers Give You Better Control UL sets the safety standards all transformers must meet. some heat pumps require a NEMA standard transformer. AT72D1683. For better performance. But these are minimum standards. Only transformers conforming to the NEMA standard can be marked in this way. 70-6627 • 14 . the transformer secondary must supply between 23 and 25 volts to meet the NEMA standard.

16. HT. HT. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. LED (GREEN) E H2 L FALL 2 EM. HEAT OFF COOL SYSTEM SWITCH X LACO CHP EM. 2 Fig. HT. RELAY RTD 1 Y COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE M6060A O 1 POWER SUPPLY. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1308. HT.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Typical System Hookup Diagrams L1 L2 (HOT) 1 RTD 1 ODT 1 H1 C1 FALL H1/C1 ANTICIPATOR FAN SWITCH AUTO ON EHR 1 RTD 2 ODT 2 EHR 2 G RTD 3 FAN RELAY R W2 H2 ANTICIPATOR AUX. NO AUTO FAN IN EMERGENCY HEAT. 70-6627 • 15 . LED (RED) B HEAT CHANGEOVER VALVE SYSTEM MONITOR RD EM.

HEAT PUMP TH ERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE G 9 H1 C1 FALL C ANTICIPATOR 2 FAN SWITCH 3 H1/C ANTICIPATOR 5 AUTO ON F COMPRESSOR MONITOR R 11 SYSTEM SWITCH 12 3 EM. HEAT LED (RED) COOL CHANGEOVER RELAY H1 H1 ANTICIPATOR 2 7 L1 (HOT) 8 6 12 FALL H2 H2 ANTICIPATOR 11 AUX. HEAT LED (GRN) W2 EM. AUTO FAN IN EMERGENCY HEAT. 70-6627 • 16 . PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. HEAT RELAY 1 POWER SUPPLY. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1712 and T841A1738. HT. HEAT 10 1 RESET 4 1 POWER SUPPLY. COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Y M13249 Fig. HEAT RELAY FAN RELAY L2 1 EM. HEAT LED (GREEN) B EM. W3 W3 RELAY FALL O 10 C1 5 FAN SWITCH AUTO ON G 3 C1 ANTICIPATOR R 9 E SYSTEM SWITCH EM. HT. HEAT RELAY 8 OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT X2 L1 (HOT) L2 1 T FALL H2 OFF COOL O OUTDOOR THERMISTOR COOL CHANGEOVER RELAY COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 2 3 Fig. 17. 18. HEAT LED (RED) AUX. Y M8728 FAN RELAY W 2 U AUX. HEAT OFF COOL B HEAT CHANGEOVER RELAY X AUX. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1555. FIELD REMOVABLE JUMPER.

HT. M1593 Fig. X L1 (HOT) L2 1 M6068A Fig. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841B1000. HT. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.HT. 70-6627 • 17 . LED (RED) C1 ANTICIPATOR F AUX. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1161. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. HT. 19. LED (GREEN) B EM. RELAY SYSTEM SWITCH EM . W X2 OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT R L1 (HOT) L2 1 Y RISE C1 1 POWER SUPPLY. C815A OUTDOOR THERMISTOR FALL H1 H1 ANTICIPATOR FAN SWITCH T FAN RELAY AUTO G ON CHANGEOVER VALVE O H2 FALL RESET HEATER RISE AUTO CHANGEOVER OFF AUX. 20.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE H1/C1 ANTICIPATOR H1 FALL W1 HEAT RELAY 1 W2 C1 HEAT RELAY 2 B FAN SWITCH AUTO G ON FAN RELAY HEAT CHANGEOVER VALVE R SYSTEM SWITCH H2 ANTICIPATOR HEAT OFF Y1 H2 FALL COOL COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR O COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE 1 POWER SUPPLY.

HEAT RELAY X1 COMPRESSOR CHECK FAULT LED (RED) X2 CHANGEOVER (COOL) EM. HT. REMOVE JUMPER WHEN W1 RELAY IS USED. RELAY E AUX. 70-6627 • 18 . LED (GREEN) AUX. W1 . HEAT AUTO 10 C1 ANTICIPATOR C1 RISE 11 W1 RELAY W1 2 Y1 1 2 POWER SUPPLY. RELAY 1 L1 (HOT) L2 RISE 8 C1 9 COOL AUX. M8703 FAN SWITCH W3 AUTO ON G FAN RELAY W3 RELAY L2 1 L1 (HOT) EM. 1 CHANGEOVER (HEAT) FALL 2 H1 ANTICIPATOR 3 R FALL 4 W2 H2 5 H2 ANTICIPATOR H1 FALL 6 8 9 RISE SYSTEM SWITCH OFF EM. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1633. HEAT LED (GREEN) AUX. HT. LED (RED) X COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE O B HEAT CHANGEOVER VALVE COOL COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Fig.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE 1 FALL H1 ANTICIPATOR 2 FAN SWITCH AUTO O COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE G ON B RELAY B FAN RELAY H1 4 6 H2 ANTICIPATOR H2 FALL R SYSTEM SWITCH OFF EM. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1419 and Y594G1476. M8702 Fig. 22. HEAT AUTO X E L EM. 21. HT.Y1 JUMPER IS Y TERMINAL. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. HT. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. HT. HEAT RELAY W2 C1 ANTICIPATOR 10 11 CO RISE 12 1 Y COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR POWER SUPPLY. HT. HT. LED (RED) EM.

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1

G FAN RELAY W

2 AUTO H1 FALL C1 3 ON

AUX. HEAT LED (GREEN)

U B

2

AUX. HEATER RELAY

FAN SWITCH

EM. HEAT LED (RED) F

COMPRESSOR MONITOR 1

4

R

L1 (HOT) L2

H2 FALL 5 SYSTEM SWITCH T EM. HEAT 6 HEAT X2 OFF 11 COOL O COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Y
M8701

OUTDOOR SENSOR OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE

2 FIELD REMOVABLE JUMPER.

Fig. 23. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1763.
L1 (HOT) L2 FAN SWITCH AUTO C1 FALL 4 H2 ANTICIPATOR H2 FALL 6 SYSTEM SWITCH G EM. HT. HEAT OFF COOL O COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE ON L EM. HEAT LED (RED) X AUX. HEAT LED (GRN) W2 FAN RELAY AUX. HEAT RELAY 1

2 H1 AND C1 ANTICIPATOR 3 H1

R

E EM. HEAT RELAY Y "B" RELAY B
M8700

COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

Fig. 24. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1797.

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W3

W3 RELAY

O COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE L H1 ANTICIPATOR 1 COMPRESSOR MONITOR FAN RELAY G

FAN SWITCH AUTO

C ANTICIPATOR 2

ON R

L1 (HOT) L2 1

H1 C FALL

3 EM. HT. LED (RED) 4 SYSTEM SWITCH AUX. HT. LED (GRN)

W2 AUX. HT. RELAY

E EM. HT. RELAY X 3 X2 HEAT CHANGEOVER VALVE

5 H2 ANTICIPATOR H2 FALL 6

EM. HT. HEAT OFF COOL

B 11 1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. 2 REMOVE JUMPER WHEN W1 RELAY IS USED. 3 FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. W1 2 Y COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
M8713

W1 RELAY

Fig. 25. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1425.

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2 R POWER SUPPLY HIGH LIMIT C/X FAN SWITCH ON THERMOSTAT LOGIC CIRCUIT SUBBASE LOGIC/ CONTROL CIRCUIT AUTO EM. HT. LED (RED) AUX. HT. LED (GREEN) L MONITOR W2 HEAT 2 FAN RELAY G EM. HT. RELAY SYSTEM SWITCH EM. HT. HEAT OFF AUTO COOL C. O. B COOL Y HIGH LIMIT HEAT 1 X1 3 CHECK LED (YELLOW) 1 2 3 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. DENOTES THERMOSTAT TO SUBBASE INTERCONNECT. POSSIBLE CHECK LED CIRCUITS: X1 TO R X1 TO R X1 SWITCHING CHECK DEVICE LED (YELLOW) 24 VAC X2 SWITCH IN SECONDARY OF SEPARATE TRANSFORMER L1 (HOT) L2 X2 COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR HEAT CHANGEOVER VALVE C. O. O COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE E AUX. HT. RELAY L1 (HOT) L2 1

FAULT DETECTION CHECK SWITCH LED (YELLOW) X2 TO C/X

CHECK LED (YELLOW) FAULT DETECTION SWITCH X2 TO C/X

SWITCH TO R (POWER) SIDE OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER

SWITCH TO C (COMMON) SIDE OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER

M6020A

Fig. 26. Typical wiring diagram for T8611G1004 and T8611G1103.

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Typical wiring diagram for T8611M7008. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. M2656 Fig. LED (GREEN) L MONITOR W3 HEAT 3 STAGE 2 RELAY W2 HEAT 2 EM. LED (RED) AUX. HT. HT. ROUTE INTERCONNECT CABLE AWAY FROM SOURCES OF ELECTRICAL NOISE. RECOMMENDED INTERCONNECT CABLE: 18-GAUGE THERMOSTAT CABLE. HT. HT. RELAY E SYSTEM SWITCH EM. O. POSSIBLE CHECK LED CIRCUITS: X1 TO R X1 TO R X1 SWITCHING CHECK DEVICE LED (YELLOW) 24 VAC X2 SWITCH IN SECONDARY OF SEPARATE TRANSFORMER L1 (HOT) L2 FAULT DETECTION CHECK SWITCH LED (YELLOW) X2 TO C CHECK LED (YELLOW) FAULT DETECTION SWITCH X2 TO C SWITCH TO R (POWER) SIDE OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER 3 4 5 6 SWITCH TO C (COMMON) SIDE OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER SOME OLDER HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS USE X FOR COMMON TERMINAL. 200 FT. O FAN RELAY G COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE AUX. B HEAT CHANGEOVER VALVE C. AVAILABLE ONLY ON MODLES WITH SEPARATE SENSOR FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE SENSING. RELAY L1 (HOT) L2 1 1 2 POWER SUPPLY. HEAT OFF AUTO COOL COOL 1 STAGE 1 COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Y HEAT 1 HIGH LIMIT COOL 2 S1 S2 S3 6 S1 S2 S3 200905 REMOTE SENSOR 5 X1 2 CHECK LED (YELLOW) X2 STAGE 2 COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Y2 C. 27.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE R POWER SUPPLY HIGH LIMIT 4 3 C FAN SWITCH ON THERMOSTAT LOGIC CIRCUIT SUBBASE LOGIC/ CONTROL CIRCUIT AUTO EM. (61 M) MAXIMUM LENGTH. O. HT. 70-6627 • 22 . NOMINAL 24 VAC POWER MUST BE PRESENT BETWEEN R AND C TERMINALS FOR THERMOSTAT OPERATIONS.

PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. RELAY EM. L HEAT OFF B COOL O STAGE 1 RELAY Y COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR CHANGEOVER VALVE COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE HEAT W2 RELAY L2 1 THERMISTOR SENSOR THERMOSTAT LOGIC R STAGE 2 RELAY 2 W1 COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR HEAT EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY FAN SWITCH ON G POWER SUPPLY AUTO C 1 2 POWER SUPPLY. HEAT OFF COOL B HEAT CHANGEOVER VALVE HIGH LIMIT COOL 1 P 1 2 3 POWER SUPPLY. HT. HT. WHEN SUPPLIED. HT. Typical wiring diagram for T8611R1000. REMOVE JUMPER FOR SYSTEM WITH ISOLATED STAGE 1 HEATING AND COOLING CONNECTIONS. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. Fig. LED (GREEN) L MONITOR AUX. HT. 29. 28. DEFROST CONTROL M6019A L1 (HOT) L2 1 EM. M11333 E FAN RELAY REMOVE JUMPER. 70-6627 • 23 .HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE R POWER SUPPLY HIGH LIMIT C 3 FAN SWITCH THERMOSTAT LOGIC CIRCUIT SUBBASE LOGIC/ CONTROL CIRCUIT ON W2 AUTO HEAT 2 E STAGE 1 HEAT RELAY W1 SYSTEM SWITCH EM. FOR SYSTEMS WITH SEPARATE HEATING COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR (W1 SEPARATE FROM Y). DENOTES THERMOSTAT TO SUBBASE INTERCONNECT. RELAY FAN RELAY G O 2 COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE Y1 HEAT 1 COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Fig. L1 (HOT) AUXILARY HEAT RELAY SYSTEM SWITCH EM. HT. HT. LED (RED) AUX. Typical wiring diagram for T8011R and T8411R.

PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. O/B IS FIELD CONFIGURABLE TO SELECT ENERGIZED IN HEATING OR COOLING. FOR SYSTEMS WITH SEPARATE HEATING COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR (W1 SEPARATE FROM Y1). 70-6627 • 24 .HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE 1 L1 (HOT) L2 R POWER SUPPLY W2 C W1 W1 AUXILIARY HEAT RELAY W2 EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY E COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR HEAT THERMOSTAT LOGIC W2 W1 3 E Y1 G O/B Y1 FAN RELAY E G Y1 G O/B 2 O/B CHANGEOVER VALVE 1 POWER SUPPLY. 30. WHEN SUPPLIED. OT M13281 OUTDOOR SENSOR C7089B Fig. Typical wiring diagram for T8511G. CHECK LED (RED) L COMPRESSOR MONITOR TO R 2 3 OT REMOVE JUMPER. (DEFAULT IS ENERGIZED IN HEATING).

PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. 70-6627 • 25 . WIRES TO OT TERMINALS SHOULD NOT SHARE CABLE WITH OTHER CONNECTIONS. REMOVE IF A HEAT RELAY IS CONNECTED TO W1. FACTORY DEFAULT IS O-ENERGIZED IN COOL MODE. OUTDOOR SENSOR C7089B Fig. X2 CHECK LED (RED) L COMPRESSOR MONITOR TO R 2 3 OT 2 OT M13250 4 FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. 31.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE 1 L1 (HOT) L2 R POWER SUPPLY W2 E C W1 W1 AUXILIARY HEAT RELAY W2 EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY E COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Y1 3 O/B Y O/B G G FAIL LED (RED) X1 FAN RELAY COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR HEAT THERMOSTAT LOGIC 4 CHANGEOVER VALVE 1 POWER SUPPLY. INSTALLER CONFIGURABLE. Typical wiring diagram for T8611G2002 and T8611G2028.

G L. W2. W1. Table 2 shows the sequence of operations for the Fan settings and System modes. Ht. G B B. W2. Table 2. Heat and Cool outputs are relay controlled. Call for Action None Cooling None Stage 1 Heat Stage 2 Heat None Stage 1 Heat Stage 2 Heat Energize Terminals O O. G L L. E. A loss of ac power.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Electronic Thermostat (T8011. T8011 and T8411 Sequence of Operation. W1. FAN Switch Settings Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto SYSTEM Switch Settings Cool Cool Heat Heat Heat Em. Em. Y. Ht. E. T8611) Sequences of Operation T8011 Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat and T8411 Electronic Heat Pump Thermostat Sequence of Operation The Fan. G . Em Ht indicator . Em Ht and Aux Ht indicators Display Icons None None 70-6627 • 26 . T8511. Em. T8411. Ht. or a change in the SYSTEM switch setting can cause the outputs to turn off. G B. Aux Ht indicator Em Ht indicator .

E. W2. W1. Y1 O/B a O/B a. G O/B a O/B a. G O/B a. W1. 70-6627 • 27 . . W2. and Aux Ht Display Icons None a Configure O/B (Select Models) in Installer Setup. T8511G Sequence of Operation for Separate Compressor Terminal (Y and W1) Models. The LCD will display symbols and words to report the condition of system. G O/B a. G. E. None and Em Ht .HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE T8511 Deluxe Electronic Heat Pump Thermostat Sequence of Operation The thermostat energizes specific terminals depending on the Fan and System Settings. Em Ht and Aux Ht . Fan Selection Auto On Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto System Selection Off Off Cool Cool or Auto Heat Heat or Auto Heat or Auto Em Heat Em Heat Em Heat Auto Call None Fan None Cooling None Stage 1 heating Stage 2 heating None Stage 1 heating Stage 2 heating None Energize None G O/B a O/B a. Table 3. See Table 3 for specific information. G O/B a None and None and . Em Ht .

. None and Em Ht . system and fan selection.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE T8611 Chronotherm IV Deluxe Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat Sequence of Operation The thermostat energizes specific terminals depending on the Fan and System Settings. O or Bb None and . Heat Pump System Sequence of Operation. W1 and G B or O/B a B or O/B a. The LCD will display the time. and Aux Ht None and Energize None Display Icons a Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. See Table 4 for specific information. NOTE: Terminals listed in the Energize column vary depending on model. Em Ht and Aux Ht . Em Ht . E and W2 and G (select models) O/B a. 70-6627 • 28 . E and G (select models) B or O/B a. Symbols will be displayed when the heating. room temperature. Selection Fan Auto On Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto Auto System Off Off Cool Cool or Auto Heat Heat or Auto Heat or Auto Em Heat Em Heat Em Heat Auto Call None None None Stage 1 Cooling None Stage 1 heating Stage 2 heating None Stage 1 heating Stage 2 heating None None G O or O/B a O or O/B a with G and Y1 B or O/B a B or O/B a with W1 and G B or O/B a with W2. cooling or fan is energized. Table 4. b Based on last piece of equipment called (cooling = O or heating = B) and Installer Setup selection.

Climate Technology Corporation CTC400 CTC403 a Use T8611M or W8900B for 3 heat. T8511. T8511. T8611R. T8611 T841A1316. T8011. T8011. T8511. T8611. Y594G1419. MANUFACTURER Carrier Totalineb. T8411. T8611G Y594G1252. T8411. b See page 49 for hookup details. b See pages 42-45 for hookup details. not provided. T8011. T8611G T841A1712. MANUFACTURER Enerstat b MODEL NUMBER DSP400 DSP410 DSP600 T841A1001 a T841A1001 a HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT T874W1031/Q674L1546. T8011. Y594G1419. T8411. T8511. T8611R. Y594R1425. Y594R1425. T8011. T8511. T8611G T841A1712. T8611R. 70-6627 • 29 . T8011. Y594G1419. T8511. 2 cool applications. T8611R. Y594G1419. T8411. b Compressor protection is generally provided by the equipment manufacturer. T8611G. Y594W1014 a Provision for optional remote sensor.c Multistage Heat Pump MODEL NUMBER MP10/11 MP30 MS10/11 MS12/13 MS20/21 T8611G T8611M Y594R1425 T841A1316 a Y594G1419 HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT a Use with ST82 Time Delay Relay for extended fan operation.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Thermostat Manufacturer Cross Reference MANUFACTURER American Stabilis a HP-1 HP-1EF HP-10EFb HP-15 MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT T841A1712. Y594R1425. c Carrier thermostats manufactured by American Stabilis. Y594G1419. T8411. a See page 37 for hookup details. T8411. MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT a T841A1316.

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MANUFACTURER General Electrica

MODEL NUMBER 3AAT86B21A1 3AAT86B14A1 3AAT86B16D1 3AAT80A1A1 3AAT80A2A1 3AAT80B1A1 3AAT86B1A1

HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1316, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1316, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1712, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1712, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611

a See pages 57-58 for hookup details.

MANUFACTURER Lennox a

MODEL NUMBER 51H3901 (3AAB83C38) 51H4001 (3AAT88D38B2) 51H4301 (3AAT88D38C2) 21J7101 (3AAT89B38D1) 21J7201 (3AAT89B38E1) 21J7301 (3AAT89B38F1)

HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT T841A1316, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G T841A1712, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002 T841A1555, Y594R1763, Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G T841A1712, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G T841A1712, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G

a See pages 75-81 for hookup details.

MANUFACTURER Maple Chase

MODEL NUMBER 09520 09620 09720

HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT T841A1316, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002

MANUFACTURER Seco a

MODEL NUMBER TA2000 TA2010 TA2040 TA2050 TA2060

HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411 T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411 T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411 T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411 T841A1555 plus C815A1005

a See pages 92-93 for hookup details.

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MANUFACTURER Trane a,b Single-Stage Heat Pump

MODEL NUMBER BAY28X182/BAY28X185 (T874A1184/Q674B1141) BAY28X182/BAY28X187 (T874A1184/Q674E1033) BAYSTAT009 (T874A1085/Q674B1018)

HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT T874A1036/Q674B1075 T874A1036/Q674C1058 T874A1036/Q674B1018 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 T841A1068, Y594R1763, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 T874D1165/Q674E1049 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611

Multistage Heat Pump

ASYSTAT651 AY28X138 AY28X139 AY28X164 BAY28X138 (3AAT80B1A1), BAY28X140, BAYSTAT138 BAYSTAT239 (3AAT86B1A1), BAY28X139, BAY28X141, BAY28X153A, (3AAT83F1B2) BAYSTAT240 (3AAT80A1A1) BAYSTAT339 (Y594R1284) BAYSTAT024B TAYSTAT500

T841A1068, Y594R1763, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611

T841A1068, Y594R1763, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002 T8611R, T8611G

a See pages 97-100 for hookup details. b Trane thermostats manufactured by General Electric or Honeywell.

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HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE

MANUFACTURER White Rodgers a Single-Stage Heat Pump

MODEL NUMBER IF56-444 IF93-36 T8034C1234 T8600C1162

HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT

Multistage Heat Pump

IC70-18 IC70-24 IC71-2 IF58-910/S28-1 IF58-910/S28-2 IF58-910/S28-16 IF58-911/S28-5 IF58-911/S28-17 IF58-911/S28-18 IF58-56 IF58-57 IF58-58 IF58-72 IF58-77 IF58-78 IF58-83 IF59-79 IF60-25 IF62-21 IF82-79 IF91-71 IF92-71 IF94-71 IF95-71

T841A1001, Y594G1252 T874D1165/Q674F1022 Y594G1419 T841A1217, Y594R1300 T841A1423, Y594R1615 T841A1316, Y594R1425 T841A1316, Y594G1419 T841A1001, Y594G1252 T841A1068, Y594R1136 T841A1050, Y594R1425 T841A1068, Y594R1136 T841A1217, Y594R1425 T841A1233, Y594R1615 T841A1316, Y594R1425 T841A1217, Y594R1425 T841A1217, Y594R1243 T841A1316, Y594R1425 T8600C1162 T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611R, T8611G T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611R, T8611G T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002

a See page 108 for hookup details.

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Existing Control Terminal Designation C R 3. — Determine reversing valve (changeover) mode. is required for LED selection. or to W1 if a separate terminal is used for first stage heat. indoor air quality. This one comfort center controls temperature. 70-6627 • 33 . Make a listing of wiring terminals used and wire colors. After selecting the proper thermostat. Select a replacement based both on the technical requirements and your customer’s needs.. check. provides the information needed to choose and wire the Honeywell electromechanical. The Honeywell model number is listed. — Identify first stage heat terminal. emergency heat. Identify existing subbase model number if made by Honeywell. or fail. Identify heat pump equipment manufacturer and refer to those diagrams in this reference. It also gives you the opportunity to upgrade the system from a standard to a deluxe thermostat for improved performance and from manual changeover to the convenience of automatic heat/cool changeover and to a Chronotherm® IV thermostat that puts the heat pump to work to save money. if any. alphabetized by equipment or thermostat manufacturer. you can upgrade to the PC8900/W8900B1002 Perfect Climate Comfort Center™ Control System. and try to match up for verification.. even if thermostat has equipment manufacturer’s logo.g. 6. ventilation. Note the unique control requirements your heat pump may have. O terminal cool or B terminal heat is typical. 8. e.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Tips for Using This Heat Pump Cross Reference This cross reference. — Identify if device has manual or automatic changeover from heat to cool. See example below. Connect to Y if a common terminal is used for first stage heat and cool. Best of all. auxiliary heat. humidity. Some terminals on the new thermostat may not be used. 4. Electromechanical Chronotherm III Thermostat Thermostat X R or to or to Electronic Replacement or Upgrade C R or to or to Chronotherm IV Thermostat C R Perfect Climate Comfort Center Control System C R M13251 Hook wire previously on C to X Hook wire previously on R to R C R or to or to or to or to 7. or electronic heat pump thermostats in new installations and replacement applications. 5. Some typical thermostats and subbases are listed in each section to make identification easier.g. — Identify what action. Chronotherm III. if available. use the corresponding control hookup diagram. 2. and zoning. Connect only those terminals shown with lines to them on the diagram. Refer to the following two pages for an example of a typical cross reference diagram and the associated footnotes. followed by the equipment manufacturer model number. To use this Cross Reference: 1. a working family may find a Chronotherm® IV upgrade desirable. You may want to write on the appropriate diagram in this cross reference. e.

Heat Multiple Heat Loads · LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool in two Stage System X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ¾ X R Y1 ¾ C R Y1 W1 or ¾ C R Y Y ¾ C R Y1 ¾ C R Y ¾ C R Y1 ¾ C R Y1 – C R Y1/W1 – ² ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Y2 Aux.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Electronmechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 A1 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 ¹ 100 0 4 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1G 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 T8 T8 611M T8 611M 100 61 2 2 ¸ 1M2 017 ¹ 02 5 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 41 T8 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ Sytem Defrost Em. G B G B G B G B G B B G or » G O/B » G B or » G O/B » G » B B or O/B » O/B » O O ¶ O O º O º O or O/B ¶ O º O or O/B ¶ O or O/B ¶º O/B » – L L L L L L L L ¶ E W3 E W3 E W3 ¿ E µ ¿ E µ E µ E µ E µ ¿ E W3 ¿ E µ – – – X2 – – X1 X2 – – X1 X2 P – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – X1 X2 – Y2 – – W2 ² – – – – – – – – – Y2 M13245 70-6627 • 34 .

or relays. If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Energized in heating and cooling modes. sequencers. See specific heat pump manufacturer’s listing for hookup information. Used on two-speed compressor heat pump applications. LED is energized when terminal is powered. Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. Q674F1022 switching subbase available when separate first stage heat and cool terminals are required. see page 9. position. Jumper W2 and Y2 if stage 2 heating and cooling are common. To change fan operation in Emergency Heat mode. shown only when used. Used on heat pumps that energize the compressor on both first stage cooling and first stage heating through a common Y terminal. P terminal on T8611R1000 only. Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.) When W2 is not used. X1 CHECK LED (YELLOW) X2 TO R FAULT DETECTION SWITCH X1 TO R X1 SWITCHING CHECK DEVICE LED (YELLOW) 24 VAC X2 SWITCH IN SECONDARY OF SEPARATE TRANSFORMER L1 (HOT) L2 CHECK LED (YELLOW) FAULT DETECTION SWITCH X2 TO C/X TO C/X SWITCH TO R (POWER) SIDE OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER SWITCH TO C (COMMON) SIDE OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER M13246 70-6627 • 35 . If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. install R8222D1014. Ht. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Configure O/B (Select Models) in Installer Setup.HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE ³ · » ¿ ´ ² ¶ º ¾ µ ¸ ¹ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. (See page 12.

² L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. 60)A3B & A4B. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. RHA (48-60)A2A.AMANA Models: RHA1842A. RHE (18-24)A2A. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. 60)A3A & A4A. Heat System Monitor/ System Defrost Multiple Aux. µ LED is energized when terminal is powered. RHD (30-60)A2A. RHA (36. RHD (18-24)A2A. Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. install R8222D1014. Ht. G º ¾ ¿ · W1 W2 G O W1 W2 G O W1 W2 G O W1 W2 G O O W1 W2 G or º O/B or º O/B W1 W2 G O O W1 W2 G or º O/B or º O/B O/B º B B B B B B B B B O/B E ³ E E L µ E E L ² E L ² E L µ E L ² E L µ E L µ L ³ W3 W3 W3 ´ W3 ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ ¶ – P – ³ – – – X2 – – X1 X2 – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – W2 ¾ – – – – – – – – – Y2 Not available on all models. RHA (36. See page 12. RHE (30-60)A2A. If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. 48. M13172 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1241 (D99458003) T8611R1083 (D9807605) T874R1194/Q674L1249 70-6627 • 36 . Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 G1 1R 0 0 10 4 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common » Power Compressor 1st Stg. Heat Aux. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. ´ Field-installed X2 to X jumper. RHA (24-42)A2A. º Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. position. ¶ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Heat Fan C/O Valve Cool C/O Valve Heat Em. 48. Heat Loads LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals or or X X1 C R Y · A1 41 T8 X R Y – W2 G O Y5 94 X R Y · X R Y1 · C R Y1 W1 W2 G O or Y C R Y · C R Y1 · C R Y · C R Y1 · C R Y1/W1 – Aux. ¾ When W2 is not used.

LED is energized when terminal is powered. G ³ · W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B B W1 W2 G or ³ W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B or O/B ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O O O » O » O ¿ O ¿ O or O/B » O ¿ O or O/B » O/B ³ X L X1 L L L L L L » E – E W3 E W3 º E W3 E – ² E – E – E – E – E – – – – – X2 – X2 º – X1 – X2 – – – – – – X1 – X2 – W2 · Confgure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. 26 and 27. Heat Multiple Aux. HP15 Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 A1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 861 T8 611 1R1 61 G 00 1M 10 0 70 04 08 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stg. M13142 70-6627 • 37 . Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. position. Heat Aux. When W2 is not used. See Fig. HP1EF.AMERICAN STABILIS TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES: HP1. Ht. Connect X to X1. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Loads LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ ´ Existing Terminals C R Y1 – W2 G B 41 T8 X R Y – W2 G B Y5 94 X R Y1 ¶ R1 X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 W2 G B or ¶ C R Y Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 – Aux.M. Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ² Optional CHECK LED on T8611G. jumper X2 to C. º Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). HP10EF. ¶ Field-installed W1 to Y1 jumper (provided).

M13143 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T8611R1182 T841A1597 70-6627 • 38 W8 PC89 900 00/ B1 002 C R Y1/W1 – Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). or relays. Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. 26. Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. install R8222D1014. When W2 is not used. ´ Terminal X or C must be connected to transformer common. Heat Aux. If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. Heat Multiple Aux. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. See Fig. position. See page 12. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. sequencers. G O/B ³ ¶ µ A1 41 Y5 T8 94 R1 O/B ³ L · E – – – W2 ¶ . LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals or X C R Y ² X R Y – W2 G B X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 W2 G B or ² C R Y Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² ² W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B B W1 W2 G or ³ W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B or ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O O O · O · O » O » O or O/B · O » O or O/B · L L X1 L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 º E W3 E E – ¾ E – ³ E – E – – P – – – – X2 – – X2 º – – X1 P – ¶ º ¾ µ X2 ¸ – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Ht.ARMSTRONG/AIR-EASE Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 9 4 14 G 1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5 Chronotherm III T T8 8611 61 R1 1 G 00 10 0 04 ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1 R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 011R 011 10 R1 06 014 T8 T8 611G 611 20 G2 02 028 C R Y1 T T8 8511 51 G1 1 G 02 10 1 47 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stg. ¸ Available on T8611R1000 only.

Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals or X C or X1 R Y W1 W2 or W1 A1 41 X R Y – W2 G B Y5 T8 94 R1 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 W2 G B or ´ C R Y Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – Aux. Heat Multiple Aux. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. AYF Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common » Power Compressor 1st Stg.ARCOAIRE/SNYDER GENERAL/COMFORTMAKER AYC. install R8222D1014. ¹ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. M13144 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1142 (1506726) T841A1159 (1505726) T874D1603 T874G1592/Q674F1212 T874G1782/Q674J1175 (1506756) T874G1774/Q674J1175 (1505756) T874R1301/Q674L1181 (1505714) T874R1483/Q674L1538 (1505721) T874R1517/Q674L1538 (1506721) T874R1525/Q674L1181 T874R1574/Q674L1538 T874R1582/Q674L1538 (A02077) T874R1723/Q674L1702 (654958B07) T8611R1067 (1506-744) T8611R1075 (1505-744) T8300A1193/Q6300A 70-6627 • 39 . Terminal X (C. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. AYD. or relays. position. sequencers. Ht. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). 26. Heat Aux. µ Available on T8611R1000 only. Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. ¸ If separate Y1 and W1 Terminals are required. ² Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. When W2 is not used. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. G ³ · ¸ W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B B W1 W2 G or ³ W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B or O/B ³ G B O/B ³ B O/B ³ O or O O ¾ O ¾ O ¹ O ¹ O or O/B ¾ O ¹ O or O/B ¾ O/B ³ L X L X1 L L L L L L ¾ E – E W3 E W3 ¶ E W3 E º E º E º E º E º E º – P – – – – X2 – – X2 ¶ – – X1 X2 P – µ ² – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – W2 · Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered. X1) must be connected to transformer common. See page 12. See Fig.

48UHPQB. sequencers. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals C or X or X1 Rh or R Rc Y – W2 G B or W1 A1 41 T8 X R Y – W2 G B Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 or ² C R Y Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – Aux. ¿ Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors. Ht. See Fig. M13145 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874R1129/Q674L1181 T872N1036/Q672F1299 T874R1152/Q674L1207 T872N1164/Q672L1185 T874N1024/Q674F1261 70-6627 • 40 . Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. 48UHPQB-B. position. 48UHPQC-B. LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. 30UHPQC. Terminal X (C. X1) must be connected to transformer. Heat Multiple Aux. 26. » If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.BARD Models: 24UHPQC. 60UHPQC-B Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 611 R1 G1 000 004 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stg. G ³ · W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B B W1 W2 G or ³ W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B or O/B ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O O O ¾ O ¾ O µ O µ O or O/B ¾ O µ O or O/B ¾ O/B ³ L L X1 L L L L L L ¾ E W3 E W3 E W3 º E W3 X2 º – E » ¶ E » E » E » E » E » – – – – X2 – X1 X2 – ´ ² ¶ º ¾ µ – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. or relays. 42UHPQC. · When W2 is not used.

P terminal provided on T8611R1000 only. µ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ´ Model 545 typical. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ² Terminal X (C. position. When W2 is not used. or relays. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.D.B. Ht. ¹ Optional Check LED activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Heat Multiple Aux. X1. sequencers.P.P272-1878) T874G1261/Q674F1253 T874R1004/Q674B1042 T874G1451 (HH641502)/Q674F1212 T874R1335 (HH641501)/Q674L1405 70-6627 • 41 . If provided on original equipment. C1) must be connected to transformer common. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¶ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. M13146 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T872G1166/Q672F1125 T874J1010/Q674J1084 (34427DP124/P272-2471/34427DP126. G ³ · ¶ W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G ³ W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B or O/B or ³ B or O/B or ³ O/B ³ Y1 or O O O ¸ O O O O O/B ¸ O O O/B ¸ O/B ³ L or F L L L L L L L ¸ X or E W3 » E W3 E W3 E W3 E µ E µ E µ E µ E µ E µ P X – ´ – – – – X2 ¾ – – X1 X2 – ¹ P ´ – º – – – – – – – X1 X2 – ¹ – – W2 · X1 X2 – – – Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ¾ Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. See Fig. º Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004.P272-1879) T872G1174/Q672F1125 T874J1010/Q674L1371 (34427DP124/P272-2471/34427DP125. Heat Loads ¿ Defrost LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals C1 or C X1 R W1 or Y – W2 G B 41 T8 X R Y1 – W2 G B Y5 94 R1 A1 X R Y ¶ 42 5 X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 W2 G B or Y C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 – Aux. 26. (BRYANT-DAY/NIGHT-PAYNE) Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 Chronotherm® III T T 8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T 8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T 8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T 8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T 8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC 89 89 00 00 B1 / 00 2 Function Common ² Power Compressor 1st Stg. Heat Aux. ¸ LED is energized when terminal is powered.

QN. Heat Aux. position. Available on T8611R1000 only. See Fig. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. 38QF. NPHPO1. M13147 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874G1121 (HH07AT161) T874G1717/Q674J1167 T874H1070/Q674B1406 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ200) T874H1070/Q674C1322 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ199) T874H1088/Q674B1406 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ200) T874H1088/Q674C1322 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ199) T874J1002/Q674L1074 (HH07AT175/HH93AZ186) T874L1000/Q674E1270 (HH07AT176/HH93AZ189) T874L1018/Q674B1356 (HH07AT178/HH93AZ192) T874L1018/Q674C1264 (HH07AT178/HH93AZ193) T874R1319/Q674B1281 (42QH400083/42QH400103) T874R1384/Q674L1439 (HH07AQ170/HH93AZ187) T874R1384/Q674L1579 (HH07AQ170/HH93AZ198) T874V1008/Q674R1003 (HH07AT177/HH93AZ190) T8085R1007/Q682L1002 (HH07AT075/HH93AZ159C) T8085R1023/Q682L1028 (HH07AT075C/HH93AZ159C) T8141A1147 T8611G1046 (HH07AE001) T8611R1208 (HH07AX114) T8611R1216 (HH07AX115) 70-6627 • 42 . If provided on original equipment. or relays. QB. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. QT. 26. sequencers. Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ´ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals C R Y W1 W1 or W2 A1 41 X R Y – W2 G B Y5 T8 94 R1 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 W2 G B or ² C R Y Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – Aux. Ht. Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. G ³ · W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B B W1 W2 G or ³ W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B or O/B ³ G B O/B ³ B O/B ³ O or » O O ¾ O ¾ O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B ¾ O ¸ O or O/B ¾ O/B ³ F L L X1 L L L L L L ¾ E – E W3 E W3 E W3 E – ¶ E – E – E – E – E – – P – – – – X2 º – – X2 º – – X1 X2 P – ¶ º ¾ µ ¸ µ – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – W2 · Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Multiple Aux.CARRIER TYPICAL 50YQ. 38YRA Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stg. When W2 is not used. T841C1009 (HH07AT180) T872G1075/Q672J1054 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ173) T872G1075/Q672L1052 (HH07PZ085/HH93AZ075A) T874C1166 (HH07AT160) T874D1272 (HH07AT162) T874G1055/Q674J1035 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ173A) T874G1055/Q674J1118 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ188) T874G1055/Q674L1041 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ175A) T874G1055/Q674L1397 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ185A) T874G1055/Q674P1005 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ169) T874G1071/Q674P1005 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ169) Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004.

¶ L terminal is continuously energized in Em. ¿ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. For emergency heat LED indication. ² Configure Y1/W1 terminal in installer setup. PC8900/W8900B1002 application. ´ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. jumper X2 to W2 on Q674. · For auxiliary heat LED indication. » Relay required (R8222B1067 typically) for T8511M. T8611M. Heat Mode. See page 9 for wiring diagram. º LED is energized when terminal is powered.CARRIER TYPICAL 38BQ » Electromechanical Chronotherm® III T8 Q6 74D 74 116 F1 5/ 02 2 08 1M 70 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8611 61 M2 1M 01 20 7 25 02 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 1M 10 T8 51 Common ³ Power 1st Stage Cool 1st Stage Heat 2nd Stage Heat Fan C/O Valve Cool » C/O Valve Heat Em. jumper X2 to E. M13148 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874D1074/Q674F1030 (HHO7AT172/HH93AZ174) T874D1074/Q674F1063 (HH07AT172/HH93AZ181) 70-6627 • 43 . Heat Common 1st Stage Compressor » System Monitor/ System Defrost LED Indication 2nd Stage Cool C R Y1 W1 W2 G – » » X1 R Y1 W1 W2 G O · T8 Function Existing Terminals 61 C R » » C R » » C R » » C R » » W2 G O » Y2 G O/B »´ Y2 G O/B »´ W2 G O/B »´ – B · B O/B O/B O/B E – E – E Y » E Y1 » E Y1 » E Y1/W1 º »² – – · L ¶ L ¿ º L ¶ L X Y2 X2 Y2 X1 X2 Y2 – Y2 X1 X2 Y2 ¿ – Y2 ³ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common.

Ht. For emergency heat LED indication. ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat 2nd Stg. jumper X2 to Y2 on Q674. M13149 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874D1264/Q674L1116 (HH07AT173/HH93AZ171) 70-6627 • 44 . ¶ Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y or Y1/W1 terminal. Terminal C (X1) must be connected to transformer common. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.CARRIER USES HONEYWELL Q674L1116 (HH93AZ171) SUBBASE Electromechanical T Q6 874 74 D11 F1 65 02 / 2º AV NO AI T LA BL E AV NO AI T LA BL E Chronotherm® III 08 1M 70 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T8 T8 611M 61 2 1M 01 20 7 25 02 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 1M 10 T8 51 Function Common · Power Compressor 1st Stg. ² For second stage compressor LED indication. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. equipment operates in cool mode only. Connect L to X1. Optional CHECK LED on T8611M7008. For system monitor LED indication. connect L to X2. Cool LED Indication ³ · » ¿ ´ Existing Terminals C R Y – ¶ X1 R Y1 W1 NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE ´ T8 61 C R Y – W2 ¶ C R Y1 – Y2 C R Y1 – Y2 C R ¶ Y1/W1 – W2 Y1 W2 G – G B G B G O/B ¿ G O/B ¿ G O/B ¿ O O ² O µ O/B ¿ O/B ¿ O/B ¿ L X2 L L ¾ L µ L ¾ ² E – – E Y2 ³ – E Y2 ³ X1 X2 » E – – E – X2 » E Y2 ³ – Jumper Y2 to W2. auxiliary heat and compressor two are both connected to terminal Y1. In this application. º When subbase system switch is in AUTO position. jumper X2 to E. position. jumper X2 to C. Heat 2nd Stage Compressor Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM.

Heat Relay Fan C/O Valve Cool C/O Valve Heat System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. » LED is energized when terminal is powered. Compressor 2nd Stg. Heat Multiple Aux. ´ If 2nd stage heat is auxiliary (electric resistive). Ht. ³ Terminal C must be connected to transformer common. M13150 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874S1001/Q674F1501 (HH07AT201/HH93AZ215) T8611T7000 (HH07AX112) T8611T7018 (HH07AX113) 70-6627 • 45 . ¿ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Heat Loads Existing Terminals C R Y T8 61 C R Y NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE C R Y1 C R Y1 C R Y1/W1 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 W2 W2 ´ ´ W2 G O G O G O/B · G O/B · G O/B · – B ¿ O/B · O/B · O/B · L L L » L ¿ L » E – E W3 E W3 E W3 E Aux. · Configure O/B in Installer Setup. position. connect auxiliary stage to W3.CARRIER TWO-SPEED COOLING COMPRESSORS Electromechanical E E E AV NO AI T LA BL AV NO AI T LA BL AV NO AI T LA BL Chronotherm III 08 70 1M 1M ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T8 T8 611M 61 2 1M 01 20 7 25 02 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 10 T8 51 Function Common ³ Power 1st Stg. Compressor 2nd Stg.

Heat Aux. M13151 70-6627 • 46 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – Aux. ² LED is energized when terminal is powered. When W2 is not used. ´ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.CRISPAIRE/MARVAIR Electromechanical 8 7 30 79 G1 63 3 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T8 T8 011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 » » Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stg. connect switching relay as shown on page 9. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. To eliminate automatic fan in emergency heat mode. position. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. G O/B · ¿ ´ A1 R1 41 94 T8 Y5 94 O/B ´ L ² E W2 ¿ · . Ht. Heat 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals X R Y – W2 G B X R Y – W2 G B Y5 X R Y – W2 G B X R Y – W2 G B Y1 W1 C R or » C R Y Y » C R Y1 » C R Y W1 W2 ¿ ´ W1 W2 G B ¿ W1 W2 ¿ W1 W2 ¿ W2 G B G B or G B G B or ¿ ´ O/B ´ O/B ´ O O ² O ² O ² O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B ² O ¶ O or O/B ² A L L L L L L L L E – E – E – E – E – ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ Terminal X or C must be connected to transformer common. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em.

or relays. See Fig. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. µ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. º Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¸ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Heat Multiple Aux. Ht. ´ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. G ³ · W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B W1 W2 G B B W1 W2 G or ³ W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B or O/B ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O » O O ¶ O O ¹ O ¹ O or O/B ¶ O ¹ O or O/B ¶ O/B ³ L L L L L L L L ¶ E W3 E W3 E W3 º E W3 µ E ¸ ¾ E ¸ E ¸ E ¸ E ¸ µ E ¸ – – – – X2 – X1 X2 – X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. If provided on original equipment. ¶ LED is energized when terminal is powered. M13152 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874G1915/Q674F1212 T874R1921/Q674L1207 70-6627 • 47 . Heat Aux. Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals X R Y – W2 G B 41 T8 X R Y – W2 G B Y5 94 R1 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 W2 G B or ² C R Y Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – Aux. position. When W2 is not used. sequencers. ¾ Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. 26. ¹ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.ECONAR Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 A1 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stg.

¾ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. sequencers. Ht. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.ECONAR Electromechanical E Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 AV NO AI T LA BL 5 42 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 · · Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stg. M13153 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874G1915/Q674F1410 70-6627 • 48 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – Aux. ¿ When W2 is not used. ¶ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. º LED is energized when terminal is powered. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. Heat Aux. position. G O/B ¶ ¿ ² R1 94 T8 61 L º E ´ O/B ¶ – W2 ¿ . Heat Loads » C/O Valve Cool LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals X R Y W1 W2 G B Y5 X R Y · X R Y1 · C R Y1 · C R Y · C R Y1 · C R Y W1 W2 G ¶ NOT AVAILABLE W1 W2 G B º W1 W2 G B º W1 W2 G B ¾ W1 W2 G B ¾ W1 W2 G B or O/B º W1 W2 G B ¾ B or ¶ O/B º L L X1 L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 E ´ E ´ E ´ ¶ E ´ E ´ ¶ O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B – – X2 – X2 – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – ³ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. ² Install R8222D1014 (see page 12) for separate Y1 and W1 terminals. » Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. · Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 jumper. Heat Multiple Aux. or relays.

Heat Loads ¿ Remote Sensor LED Indication ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals X R HP1 or · X R HP Y Y5 X R Y1 ¶ X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 or Y C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 – – W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 – – – – W3 – – – W3 G HP2 » G G G G Y2 µ G G G G Y2 B » B B B B B B or ³ ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ » O O O O O O O or O/B O O/B – – L X1 L L L L L – – E W3 E W3 E W3 E – E – E – E – E – – – – – – X2 º – X2 º – X1 X2 ² ¶ º ¾ µ ² – – – – – – – X1 X2 Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat 3rd Stage Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Multiple Aux. – G Y2 ³ O/B ³ O/B L E – – – M13173 . sequencers. 26 and 27. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ´ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. or relays. Heat Fan 2nd Stage Comp. Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).M. C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. T8611M7008 Model. Optional CHECK LED on T8611G. Both first stage heat and cool are connected to HP terminal. If provided on original equipment.ENERSTAT Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 6 T8 11R 61 100 T8 1G 0 61 10 1M 04 70 08 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8611 61 M2 1M 01 20 7 25 C R Y1 ¶ T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 Function Common ´ Power 1st Stage Compressor 1st Stage Heat 2nd Stage Aux. Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. 70-6627 • 49 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y/W1 – ¾ A1 T8 41 94 Aux. When W2 is not used. See Fig.

3300 ³ Chronotherm® III R ³ 100 0 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 ³ 102 2 8 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 ³ 101 6 4 Function Common · Power (2) (1) BLCK RED W Y T8 Existing Terminals 61 1 C R W1 » C R W1 » C R W1 » 1st Stg. · Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. » Remove factory-installed jumper on Model 3200. Heat Fan C/O Valve Cool C/O Valve Heat System Monitor/ System Defrost ³ EM. Heat Compressor Aux. Do not remove factoryinstalled jumper on Model 3300. Heat ³ LED Indication (5) (6) Y1 W2 G O Y1 W2 G O Y1 W2 G O (4) W2 G B (5) – ³ B B B (3) E L L L (10) A (3) X ³ E – E – E – ³ R8222B1067 relays required to operate system.EVCON/COLEMAN MODELS: 3200. Equipment requires normally energized emergency heat. See page 10 for wiring diagram. M13203 70-6627 • 50 .

3300. · Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ² Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. Heat Loads ² LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 (4) W2 G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or · W2 G W2 G B or · Aux. ¿ R8222B1067 relays required to operate system. ¾ When W2 is not used. º Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. M13204 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T8300A1029/Q6300A1029 (3300-382/3300-383) 70-6627 • 51 . ´ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. 3360. 3400. 6500 ³¿ Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T8 T8 011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor Existing Terminals BLCK (2) RED (1) Y (6) – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ¶ X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 – ¾ ¶ 1st Stage Heat Aux. basic functions can be provided as shown.EVCON/COLEMAN MODELS: 3200. If not possible. Heat ¿ Multiple Aux. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. Equipment requires normally energized emergency heat. sequencers. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. or relays. » Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. See page 10 for wiring diagram. 6000. G · O/B · B O/B · O/B · (5) V O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B O/B – ¿ – L – L L L L L L A – E W3 E W3 º E W3 » E – » E – E – E – E – » E – (3) X – – – X2 – X1 – X2 X1 – X2 – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ¾ Y2 – – Y2 – – – – – Y2 ³ See Coleman wholesaler to obtain replacements for these thermostats. ¶ Do not remove factory-installed jumper.

Do not remove factory-installed jumper. 7100. G B G B G B G B G B G B G B or G B G B or G O/B ¿ ´ O/B ´ O/B ´ O O ² O ² O ² O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B ² O ¶ O or ´ O/B ² O/B ² L L L L L L L L L L E – E – E – E – E – ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ E W2 ¿ · Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M13157 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874G1501 (3600-375)/Q674F1378 T874G1576 (3600-373)/Q674F1402 T874R1368 (3600-368)/Q674L1421 70-6627 • 52 . Ht. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ² LED is energized when terminal is powered. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. 6500. 3900. When W2 is not used. To eliminate automatic fan in emergency heat mode. 4400.EVCON/COLEMAN TYPICAL 3700. Heat 2nd Stage Compressor ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 94 X R Y – Y5 X R Y – Y5 T8 94 X R Y – Y1 C R or » C R Y Y » C R Y1 » C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y1/W1 – · W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 ¿ W2 ¿ W2 ¿ ´ W2 ¿ W2 ¿ ´ Aux. 9200 (3600 SERIES THERMOSTAT) DIRECT REPLACEMENTS Electromechanical 30 79 R1 G1 6 33 8 7 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. position. ´ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. connect switching relay as shown on page 9.

Heat 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals or C/X X R Y W1 A1 41 X R Y – Y5 T8 94 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – ¹ ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B O ¸ ¸ W2 G B O W2 G B O · W2 G B O · W2 G B O ¾ W2 G B O ¾ W2 G B O or ³ W2 G B W2 G B O ¾ Aux. 6500. or relays. ¸ Models 3700. See Fig. 7100. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. 4400. Heat Loads » LED Indication EM. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. 3900 and 6500 require connection of O and B terminals. M13174 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T8611R1059 (3600A-381) 70-6627 • 53 . ² Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. · LED is energized when terminal is powered. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Heat Multiple Aux. 9200 (3600 SERIES THERMOSTAT) ALTERNATIVE REPLACEMENTS Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. sequencers. µ Defrost is available on T8611R1000 only. G B ³ O/B · O or ³ O/B · O/B · L L X1 L L L L L L E – E W3 E W3 ¶ E W3 X2 ¶ – – E º E º E º E º E º E º – P – – – – X2 – – X1 X2 ² P – µ – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – W2 ¹ ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. position. Ht.EVCON/COLEMAN TYPICAL 3700. 26. ¿ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). ¹ When W2 is not used. 3900. ¾ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. Heat Fan Defrost C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM.

¿ Install R8222D1014 (see page 12) if separateY1 and W1 terminals are required. position. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. configure W2 cycle rate to NC.FEDDERS Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 AV NO AI T LA BL E 5 42 R1 Chronotherm® III 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Existing Terminals C or R 94 Y5 T8 61 X R Y · X R Y1 · C R Y1 ³ C R Y ³ C R Y1 ³ C R Y ³ C R Y1 ³ C R ³ Power Rc Rh Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. 88-58-00560-001) 70-6627 • 54 . Heat Multiple Aux. When W2 is not used. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor L Y1 or ¿ Y Y1/W1 · · · · · W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 – ¶ W2 NOT AVAILABLE W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux. M13158 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T872C/Q672L1102 T874D1462/Q674E1205 (THTX-220-AOHB. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. Ht. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. sequencers or relays. · Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 jumper. LED is energized when terminal is powered. 88-58-00550-001) T874C/Q674L1090 T874R1269/Q674L1066 (THTX-120-HEHB. 88-58-00540-001) T874D1249 T874R1343/Q674L1413 (THTX-120-HEHC. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G – G B G B G B G B B G or ² G O/B ² G B or ² G ² B O/B ² O/B ² – or O º O º O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B º O ¾ O or O/B º O/B º Z L X1 L L L L L L K – E W3 E W3 ´ E – E – E – E – E – E – – – X2 ´ – X2 – – – ´ ² ¶ º ¾ – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ¶ ³ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common.

» Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors. Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. Heat Multiple Aux. Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals C R Y – X R Y – X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – µ ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W G – or W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. M13175 70-6627 • 55 .FLORIDA HEAT PUMP TYPICAL “LT” UNITS Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 T8 41 A1 71 2 Y5 94 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. sequencers. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ W O O O · O · O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B · O ¾ O or O/B · O/B · X ¿ L X1 L L L L L L – – E W3 E W3 ¿ E W3 ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ ¿ E – E – ¿ E – ¿ E – ¿ – – – – X2 – º X2 º – X1 X2 ¶ – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 µ ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. ´ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. · LED is energized when terminal is powered. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ¿ E-W2 jumper required unless emergency heat function is wired separately. When W2 is not used. See Fig. 26. position. or relays. ² ¶ º ¾ µ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Ht.

sequencers.FRIEDRICH Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Heat Multiple Aux. Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). When W2 is not used. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. connect to W2 (Aux W8900) terminal. position. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. 26. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. or relays. Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. M13179 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1324 (AT12124) 70-6627 • 56 . See Fig. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O O O · O · O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B · O ¾ O or O/B · O/B · L L X1 L L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 º E W3 E ¿ E ¿ E ¿ E ¿ E ¿ E ¿ – – – – X2 – X2 º – X1 X2 ¶ – ´ ² ¶ º ¾ µ – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 µ ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. » Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors. · LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – µ ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. ¿ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Ht.

See Fig. Heat Outdoor Sensor Outdoor Thermostat W W G – W G – W G – W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ´ W2 G W2 G B or ´ Aux. º L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ¾ When W2 is not used. Electric thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop performance. configure W2 cycle rate to NC.GENERAL ELECTRIC Electromechanical 3 55 76 G1 1 R1 61 5 Chronotherm® III T8 T8 611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Existing Terminals or C B R Y – or A1 94 41 Y5 B R Y – B R Y – Y5 T8 94 B R Y1 – Y1 W1 C R or » C R Y Y » C R Y1 » C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y1/W1 – ¾ W1 W1 W1 W1 Aux. M13180 3AAT86B1A1 3AAT83F1B2 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — CUSTOMER PART NUMBER 3AAT80A1A1 3AAT80B1A1 3AAT83E12A1 70-6627 • 57 . ´ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. · Tape off. ¿ Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. position. » Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ² Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. ¶ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat W1 Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. Ht. G G – ´ O/B ´ B O/B ´ O/B ´ O O ¶ O ¶ O ¶ O º O º O or O/B ¶ O º O or O/B ¶ O/B ¶ F F F F L L L L L L B T or – T – T – T – · – · – · – · – · – · W2 X2 X2 X2 X2 E E E E E ² E LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor – – – – – – – – X1 X2 ¿ – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ¾ ³ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. 26.

Outdoor reset not provided with TRADELINE® replacement thermostats. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. sequencers. ¸ LED is energized when terminal is powered. · Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. 26. ² Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. M13181 70-6627 • 58 . ¹ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. » Tape off. G G – ¾ O/B ¾ B O/B ¾ O/B ¾ O or O O ¸ O ¸ O ¹ O ¹ O or O/B ¸ O ¹ O or O/B ¸ O/B ¸ F L L X1 L L L L L L – T or – ³ – ³ – ³ – » – » – » – » – » – » E X2 E E E E E E E E E – W2 – W3 – W3 – W3 X2 ¶ – P º – º – º – º – º – º LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor – – – – X2 ¶ – X1 X2 ² – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 µ ³ Tape off.GENERAL ELECTRIC Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T8 T8 611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common · Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Existing Terminals or C B R Y – or A1 41 X R Y – Y5 T8 94 X R Y1 ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – µ ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 Aux. Heat Loads ¿ W W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ¾ W2 G W2 G B or ¾ Aux. position. Ht. Heat Outdoor Sensor Outdoor Thermostat Defrost Control Multiple Aux. Electronic thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop performance. or relays. Heat W1 Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. ¾ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ¿ Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. µ When W2 is not used.

² Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. ¾ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). M13182 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T841A1118 70-6627 • 59 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ¸ A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux. 26. Heat Loads » Existing Terminals X R Y – X R Y – X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y W1 ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O O O µ O µ O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B µ O ¾ O or O/B µ L L X1 L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 ¶ E W3 X2 ¶ – E º E º E º E º E º LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor – – – – X2 – X1 X2 ² – – – – – – – X1 X2 – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. See Fig. sequencers. Heat Multiple Aux. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. position. ¸ When W2 is not used. Ht. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. G ³ O/B ³ O/B µ L E º – W2 ¸ . µ LED is energized when terminal is powered. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. · Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper.GEO SYSTEM Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ´ ´ Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. or relays. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used.

´ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. º Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.HEAT CONTROLLER/COMFORT AIR Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ Y1 O O ¾ O O µ O µ O or O/B ¾ O µ O or O/B ¾ O/B ¾ X ¿ L L L L L L L E – E W3 E W3 E W3 º E – º E – E – E – E – º E – – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 – ¶ 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool – – – – – – – – – W2 – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. or relays. Heat Multiple Aux. position. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor EM. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. sequencers. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¿ If provided on original equipment. » Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. Heat Loads » LED Indication Existing Terminals C R W1 – · A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – ¶ ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered. M13217 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES—HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874G1469/Q674F1345 70-6627 • 60 . ¶ When W2 is not used. Ht.

HEATWAVE/SOUTHWEST MFG. Heat Loads » Existing Terminals X R Y – · X R Y – X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y W1 ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B – – L – L L L L L E – E W3 E W3 E W3 ² E – ² E – E – E – E – ² LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool B – – – X2 – – X1 X2 – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G ³ O/B ³ O/B L E – – – W2 ¶ Y2 . Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor EM. ² Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¿ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. sequencers. Heat Multiple Aux. M13218 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T872G1232/Q672F1224 T874G1105/Q674F1097 T874G1105/Q674F1170 70-6627 • 61 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ¶ A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux. or relays. » Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T8 T8 611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ´ ´ Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ¶ When W2 is not used.

or relays. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.HONEYWELL UNIVERSAL Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power · Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. M13186 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874G1444/Q674J1027 T874G1626/Q674F1436 T874R1004/Q674B1042 T874R1004/Q674B1109 T874R1061/Q674L1082 T874R1152/Q674L1207 T874R1285/Q674L1157 T874R1350/Q674L1181 T874R1376/Q674L1207 T874R1392/Q674L1447 T874R1475/Q674L1520 T874R1491/Q674L1553 70-6627 • 62 . Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat ¾ C/O Valve Cool ¾ Existing Terminals X R Y1 W1 or or ² A1 41 T8 X R Y Y – Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – ¹ ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W W2 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. Ht. Heat Multiple Aux. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool X1 L L L L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 E W3 º E ´ – E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ º E ´ X2 – – – X2 – X1 X2 – X1 X2 ¶ – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ¹ – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. See Fig. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¸ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ¹ When W2 is not used. G G B ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O or or O O µ O O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B µ O ¸ O or O/B µ O/B µ System L1 Monitor EM. 26. sequencers. T841A1084 T841A1282 T841A1290 T841A1340 T841A1563 T872G1000/Q672F1018 T872G1224/Q672F1208 T872R1008/Q672B1046 T872R1057/Q672L1037 T874G1113/Q674L1041 T874G1139/Q674A T874G1212/Q674F1238 T874G1246/Q674F1212 T874G1246/Q674F1410 ¶ Optional CHECK LED. not both. µ LED is energized when terminal is powered. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. · For best performance. ¿ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ¾ Thermostat will have connection to either O or B terminal. use a NEMA standard transformer. » Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors. º Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. position.

When W2 is not used. T872A-D/Q672F1042 T872C/Q672F1075 T874A-D/Q674F1006 T874A-D/Q674F1022 ² Terminal is for multiple second stage heat loads such as contactors. If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. see page 12. or relays. If provided on original equipment. Select O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G B · G B G B G B G B B G or ´ G O/B ´ G B or ´ G ´ B O/B ´ O/B ´ O or · O · O O O O or O/B O O or O/B O/B X2 L X1 L L L L L L Z or E E – E – – E P – E – – E – – E – – E – – E – Y2 – Y2 · – – W3 W3 – – – – – – – – X2 – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 » – – – – – – – – Y2 Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. Heat Defrost 2nd Stage Cool Multiple Aux. ¶ Remove factory-installed jumper for independent first stage heat and cool operation. configure W2 cycle rate to NC.HONEYWELL SEPARATE FIRST STAGE HEAT AND COOL TERMINALS Electromechanical AV NO AI T LA BL E Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 5 42 R1 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power 1st Stage Cool 1st Stage Heat 2nd Stage Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor EM. M13187 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T872A-D/Q672F1000 T872A-D/Q672F1026 T874A-D/Q674F1048 T874A-D/Q674F1089 T874R1616/Q674L1587 T8085A/Q682B1029 T8300A/Q6300A T8300B/Q6300B 70-6627 • 63 . sequencers. install R8222D1014. Heat Loads ² LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ ´ Existing Terminals X R Y1 94 Y5 X R Y1 ¶ X R Y1 ¶ T8 61 C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 ¿ W1 NOT AVAILABLE W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 » W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor EM. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. install R8222D1014. ¿ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. see page 12. » If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. LED is energized when terminal is powered.HONEYWELL RETAIL HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ² ² Function Common ¿ Power · Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. M13188 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER CT70A1001 CT8611R1006 70-6627 • 64 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ´ » A1 41 T8 94 R1 Aux. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. · For best performance. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. use a NEMA standard transformer. position. Heat LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y1 ² X R Y – Y5 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y W1 ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O O O ¶ O O º O º O or O/B ¶ O º O or O/B ¶ L L L L L L L E – – E – – E X2 – E X1 X2 – E X1 X2 – E – – E – – E – – E X1 X2 – – – – – – ´ ² ¶ º – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Ht. When W2 is not used. G ³ O/B ³ O/B ¶ L E – W2 ´ Y2 .

Heat Fan Outdoor Thermistor Outdoor Thermostat Cooling Changeover System Monitor 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals B R Y – A1 94 41 Y5 B R Y – B R Y – Y5 T8 94 B R Y – Y1 W1 C R or Y C R Y ¿ C R Y1 ¿ C R Y ¿ C R Y1 ¿ C R Y1/W1 – ² ¿ W1 W1 W1 W1 W G T W G T W G T W G T W2 G ´ W2 G ´ W2 G ´ W2 G ´ W2 G ´ Aux. Ht. No connection. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. LED is energized when terminal is powered. position. M13189 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874R1566/Q674L1538 T841A1068 T874R1053/Q674L1140 70-6627 • 65 . Tape off. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G ´ X2 X2 X2 X2 E E E or » E E or » E » O O ¶ O ¶ O ¶ O º O º O O/B ¶ O º O O/B ¶ O/B ¶ F F F F L L L L L L – – – – – – – – – W2 ² – – – – – ´ ² ¶ º – – – – Y2 For best performance. use a NEMA standard transformer. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em.HONEYWELL MODELS USING OUTDOOR RESET Electromechanical 3 55 76 G1 1 R1 61 5 Chronotherm III T T8 8611 61 G1 1R 00 10 4 00 ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³· Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Leave factory-installed jumper in place. Terminal B (C) must be connected to transformer common. When W2 is not used.

Heat Multiple Aux. sequencers. · When W2 is not used. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor Em. ¶ Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. ´ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. or relays.HONEYWELL HEATING CHANGEOVER Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ¿ ¿ Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ¸ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. position. ¾ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. M13190 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T872N1002/Q672F1133 T872N1028/Q672F1216 T874N1016/Q674F1220 T874N1040/Q674F1261 70-6627 • 66 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – · A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux. See Fig. Ht. º Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y1 or Y or C X R Y – X R Y ¿ X R Y1 ¿ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ¿ C R Y1 ¿ C R Y W1 ¿ – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B – O O µ O O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B µ O ¸ O or O/B µ L or L L L L L L E K E E E E E E E E W3 – – W3 – – W3 X2 – º W3 X1 X2 – ¾ ² ² ¶ ² ² ² ¾ X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. µ LED is energized when terminal is powered. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G O/B O/B µ L E ² – W2 · Y2 . 26. ¿ Leave factory-installed jumper in place. » Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors. ² If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used.

º L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. M13244 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874R1491/Q674L1553 T874G1600/Q674F1428 T8085R1015/Q682L1010 T8300A1003/Q6300A1010 T8300A1011/Q6300A1002 T8300A1045/Q6300A1002 T8300A1029/Q6300A1036 T8300A1037/Q6300A1044 T8300B1001/Q6300B1000 T8611R1000 T8611G1004 70-6627 • 67 . ² When W2 is not used. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ¶ LED is energized when terminal is powered. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Ht.HONEYWELL UNIVERSAL THERMOSTATS Existing Control Terminal Designation 10 02 00 58 0A 0A 1R 1R 1G 10 10 10 10 11 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 ³ 30 30 61 61 Q6 Function Common · Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ Sytem Defrost Em. T8611M may be used as replacement. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¿ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. · Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Heat Multiple Heat Loads LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ¾ Q6 X R Y – X R Y ³ T8 C R Y1 ³ T8 B R Y1 ³ T8 C R Y – 61 C R Y ³ C R Y1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 – ² W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux. ¾ If Y2 is used. position. G B G B G B G H G B G B B G or O/B » G O/B » O O O º O º O º O º O or O/B ¶ » O/B » L L L L L L L L ¶ E – E – E ´ E ´ E ´ ¿ E ´ E ´ ¿ E ´ – P – – – – – P – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – W2 ² – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Remove factory-installed jumper for independent first stage heat and cool operation. » Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.

º LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Loads » LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals X R Y W1 94 Y5 X R Y · X R Y1 · T8 61 C R Y1 · C R Y · C R Y1 · C R Y · C R Y1 · C R ² Y1/W1 W1 NOT AVAILABLE W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 ¶ W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. ¶ When W2 is not used. Ht. See page 12. Heat Multiple Aux. ² If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. install R8222D1014. ¾ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. · Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 jumper. position. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. connect to W2 (W8900B) terminal.INTERCITY PRODUCTS/HEIL QUAKER/WHIRLPOOL/TEMPSTAR Electromechanical AV NO AI T LA BL E Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 5 42 R1 Chronotherm® III 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. ¿ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. M13159 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T8611R1190 (HQ1149375HW) T874R1947/Q674L1819 (HQ1149406HW/HQ1149407HW) 70-6627 • 68 . G B G B G B G B G B B G or ¿ G O/B ¿ G B or ¿ G ¿ B O/B ¿ O/B ¿ O O º O O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B º O ¾ O or O/B º O/B º L L L L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ – P – X2 – – X1 X2 – – – P – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – W2 ¶ ³ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. sequencers or relays. configure W2 cycle rate to NC.

M13185 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1134 (HQ1147021HW) T841A1175 (HQ1147004HW) T841A1589 (HQ1149480HW) T872R1172/Q672L1193 T874G1246/Q674F1212 T874R1137/Q674L1132 (HQ711597HW/711598) T874R1673/Q674L1132 (HAXB004TW01/711598) T874R1749/Q674F1329 (TAXB004TW01/712005) T874R1749/Q674L1132 (TAXB004TW01/711598) T874R1731/Q674L1132 (HQ1147909HW/711598) T8141A1022 T8141A1030 T8141A1048 T8141A1055 T8141A1139 T8300A1136/Q6300A1119 (HQ713669HW) T8611G1020 (HQ713669HW) 70-6627 • 69 . º When W2 is not used. sequencers. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. » Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. position.INTERCITY PRODUCTS/HEIL QUAKER/WHIRLPOOL/TEMPSTAR Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 A1 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G G B ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O or O O ¾ O O ¿ O ¿ O or O/B ¾ O ¿ O or O/B ¾ O/B ¾ X L L L L L L L L X or E E W3 E W3 E W3 ¶ E – ¶ E – E – E – E – ¶ E – W3 LED Indication Defrost 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool X1 P – X2 – – – X2 – – X1 X2 – – X1 X2 P – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – W2 º – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Ht. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor EM. Heat Multiple Aux. Heat Loads » Existing Terminals or C B R Y – or · 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 R1 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – º ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered. ¶ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. ¿ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ´ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. or relays.

LED is energized when terminal is powered. G O/B º O/B » L E – W2 · Y2 . Ht.INTERTHERM/MILLER/NORDYNE Electromechanical 7 8 79 30 R1 G1 63 3 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ´ ´ Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. add switching relay as shown on page 9. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. º To eliminate auto fan in emergency heat mode. ² Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. M13191 70-6627 • 70 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – · A1 94 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor Em. When W2 is not used. Heat LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ ´ Existing Terminals X R Y – X R Y – X R Y – Y5 X R Y – Y1 W1 C R or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y W1 ´ W1 W1 W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B º W2 G B º W2 G B º W2 G B or º W2 º W2 G B or º G B O/B O/B – O » O » O » O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B » O ¶ O or O/B » Z L L L L L L L L K – – E – – E – – E – – E X1 X2 – ² E – – E – – E – – E X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. position. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em.

² Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. sequencers. position. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. M13192 70-6627 • 71 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – · A1 T8 41 94 Aux. G O/B ¾ O/B ¸ L E º – W2 · Y2 .INTERTHERM/MILLER/NORDYNE Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ´ ´ Function Common » Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals or X C R Y – X R Y – Y5 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y W1 ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B ¾ W2 G B ¾ W2 G B ¾ W2 G B or ¾ W2 G B ¾ W2 G B or ¾ O/B O/B O O O ¸ O O µ O µ O or O/B ¸ O µ O or O/B ¸ L L L L L L L E E E E E E E E E W3 X2 or X1 W3 – – W3 X2 – ¶ W3 X1 X2 – ¾ º º ² º º º ¾ X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – – Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. When W2 is not used. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. 26. Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. ¸ LED is energized when terminal is powered. ¾ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. or relays. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor Em. Heat Multiple Aux. See Fig. Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Ht. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X jumper provided.

use a NEMA rated transformer. LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat mode. Ht. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Electronic thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop performance. Heat ² C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost ³ · » ¿ ´ Existing Terminals X R Y – · A1 41 94 B R Y – Y5 B R Y – Y5 T8 94 B R Y1 – Y1 W1 C R or ¿ C R Y Y ¿ C R Y1 ¿ C R Y ¿ C R Y1 ¿ C R Y1/W1 – ¶ W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W ² W ² W ² W2 ² W2 ² W2 ² W2 ² W2 ² Aux. see page 9. M13160 70-6627 • 72 . ² ¶ º ¾ To eliminate auto fan in EM. Terminal B (C. Tape off. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Use Aux terminal for Auxiliary heat and configure W2 cycle rate to NC.INTERTHERM/MILLER/NORDYNE Electromechanical 55 76 R1 G1 1 61 5 3 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 G1 1R 00 10 4 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan Outdoor Thermistor Em. position. X) must be connected to transformer common. G T G T G T G T G ´ G ´ G ´ G ´ G ´ G ´ ² K W1 X2 O º X2 O º X2 O º E O ¾ E O ¾ E O or » E O/B º E O ¾ E » » O or O/B º O/B º Z F F F L L L L L L For best performance. Leave factory-installed jumper W1-Y1 (Y) in place.

· Both First stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. M13223 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T872G1109/Q672F1117 (080-13708-52/080-13708-53) T874G1147/Q674F1139 70-6627 • 73 . not both. sequencers. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. or relays. ¾ When W2 is not used.JANITROL/TAPPAN Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 A1 R1 42 5 Chronotherm III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan Existing Terminals C R Y – or · 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or ´ C R Y Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – ¾ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 OTC W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. ¶ Thermostat will have connection to either O or B terminal. ² Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool B or B B O/B ³ O/B ³ O O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B O/B – – L – L L L L L L E – E W3 E W3 E W3 ² E º ² E º E º E º E º ² E º – – – – X2 – X1 X2 – X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ¾ – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Multiple Aux. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. G ¶ G W1 ¶ G G B G B G B B G or ³ G O/B ³ G B or ³ G ³ C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor EM.

Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor Em. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. · When W2 is not used. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals B R Y – X R Y – Y5 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y W1 ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B O O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B – – L – L L L L L X E E E E E E E E – – – W3 – – W3 X2 – W3 X1 X2 – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ¿ Terminal X (C. Heat Multiple Aux. G O/B O/B L E – – W2 · Y2 . M13193 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874R1814/Q674L1132 70-6627 • 74 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – · A1 T8 41 94 Aux. or relays. ´ Leave factory-installed jumper in place.KEEPRITE Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ´ ´ Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. sequencers.B) must be connected to transformer common.

install R8222D1014. see page 12. Ht. ² LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Loads » LED Indicator 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals X2 V M – or – R W1 – or – V/VR M1 R or ¾ – ¾ Y5 94 X R Y1 µ X R Y1 µ C R Y1 W1 or µ C R Y Y µ C R Y1 µ C R Y µ C R Y1 µ C R º V/VR · M – Y1/W1 – ¸ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 Y W2 Y Y W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to M terminal. replace with one 75 VA transformer as shown on page 78. º If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. M13161 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T872G1026/Q672E1019 T872G1067/Q672E1142 (P-8-11222) T872R1040/Q672B1202 (P-8-11221) T874R1024/Q674B1160 T874G1014/Q674E1148 (24F5801) T874G1154/Q674E1015 T874G1022/Q674E1148 (24F5701) 70-6627 • 75 . ´ Field-installed E to W2 (Aux) jumper required. position. jumper Y1 to W1. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. sequencers or relays.LENNOX TYPICAL HP6 (ALTERNATE) Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. µ When replacing models with one compressor terminal (M). Heat Multiple Aux. ¸ When W2 is not used. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ¾ If separate transformers are used. ¿ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. F – G – F – G – G B G B G B G B B G or ³ G O/B ³ G B or ³ G ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ R Y1 – R O ² O O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B ² O ¶ O or O/B ² O/B ² – – – – L – ´ L L L L L L E – – – – – – – E – ´ E W3 E – ´ E – ´ E – ´ E – ´ E – ´ E – ´ – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ¸ ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.

LENNOX HP6 Electromechanical T Q6 874C 74 10 B1 18 07 5 0 AV NO AIL T AB LE 00 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T8 T8 011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power – R Existing Terminals or – or – X R – R C R C R C R C R C R C R or ¿ or ¿ V VR V VR V T8 41 B1 Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Cool SystemMonitor/ System Defrost Em. G – F – F R G O G O G O G O O G or · G O/B O O G or · G · O/B O/B X1 – – – – L ² L ² L ² L ² L ² L ² ¶ – – – – – – – – – – E – E – E – E – E – E W2 ³ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. · Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. » If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. ¶ When W2 is not used. ´ When replacing models with one compressor terminal. replace with one 75 VA transformer as shown on page 78. see page 12. jumper Y1 to W1. install R8222D1014. ² Field-installed E to W2 (Aux) jumper required. Heat 2nd Stage Compressor Y1 W1 M1 R M – ´ » Y1 ´ Y1 ´ Y1 ´ Y ´ Y1 ´ Y ´ Y1 ´ Y1/W1 – ¶ W1 W1 NOT AVAILABLE W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 Y Y W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux. M13162 70-6627 • 76 . configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¿ If separate transformers are used.

² Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. Heat Thermistor Multiple Aux. HP10 IMPORTANT: Replace separate indoor/outdoor transformers with single 75 VA transformer. ¿ Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. Heat Loads LED Indication Existing Terminals X 41 T8 X Y5 94 R1 X X C C C C C C X3 VR ¾ – R – R – R – R – R – R – R – R – R V – – – – or ´ – – – – – M – or Y – Y ´ Y1 ´ Y1 W1 Y Y ´ Y1 ´ Y ´ Y1 ´ Y1/W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 Y W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux. M13163 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T872G1067/Q672L1029 (P-8-11222) T874C1448/Q674L12165 (24F5101/24F5901) T872R1024/Q672L1003 T874R1020/Q674L1025 (24F5401/24F6101) T872R1040/Q672L1029 (P-8-11221) T874R1178/Q674L1165 (24F5601/24F5901) T872R1131/Q672L1144 70-6627 • 77 . ¾ If separate transformers are used. » R8222B1067 Relay required to operate system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats.LENNOX HP9. Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 A1 Function Common Indoor ¿ Common Outside Power Indoor Power Outside Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. as shown on page 78. position. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). ¸ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. See diagram on page 78. Not used. · Tape off. replace with one 75 VA transformer. Ht. º Use Aux terminal for Auxiliary heat and configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. 26. See page 10. µ LED is energized when terminal is powered. F – G B G B G B G B G B B G or ³ G O/B ³ G B or ³ G ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ R » O O µ O O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B µ O ¸ O or O/B µ O/B L L L L L L L L µ E A – – · E – W3 – E – W3 X2 ¶ E – W3 X1 X2 E – – X1 X2 ² E – – – E – – – E – – – E – – X1 X2 E – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. See Fig.

1 DEFROST RELAY L L (X1) SERVICE LIGHT THERMOSTAT THERMISTOR 1 A VR X2 OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT TAPE OFF X R HEAT RELAY NO. 1 (AUX) EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY STEP 2 1 REPLACE FORMER INDOOR TRANSFORMER WITH NEW 75VA AT88A1021 OR AT175A1008 RELAY REQUIRED TO OPERATE SYSTEM MONITOR LIGHT ON TRADELINE THERMOSTATS. STEP 4 TIE FORMER OUTSIDE TRANSFORMER COMMON TO NEW TRANSORMER COMMON ATTACH BOTH WIRES (FORMER VR AND V) TO REPLACEMENT THERMOSTAT R TERMINAL STEP 3 STEP 1 X X REMOVE FORMER OUTSIDE TRANSFORMER FORMER REPLACEMENT THERMOSTAT/ SUBBASE TAPE OFF V YELLOW F INDOOR BLOWER RELAY DEFROST CONTROL RELAY M G COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR Y (Y1 + W1) DEFROST RELAY R REVERSING VALVE E EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY O E 3 X Y X W2 HEAT RELAY NO. TAPE OFF IF NOT DESIRED.IMPORTANT: DISCONNECT POWER SUPPLY BEFORE BEGINNING WIRING. M958B 70-6627 • 78 . 2 HEAT RELAY NO.

Ht. » For proper operation of auxiliary heat connect Y to W3 or AUX terminal. M13156 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T872G1323/Q672L1201 T874D1033 T874D1199 T874D1207/Q674L1199 T874D1207/Q674L1389 70-6627 • 79 . ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered.LENNOX HP11 IMPORTANT: Replace separate indoor/outdoor transformers with single 75 VA transformer. equipment will operate in COOL mode only (Q674F1022). jumper E and X2. For any X2 functions. See diagram on page 78. ² Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. ´ W1 to Y1 jumper required. º Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. jumper W2 and X2. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. G » º O/B º O/B º – B · B µ O/B º O/B º O/B º L X2 L L ¾ L µ L ¾ E A – – E – W1 – E – – X1 X2 ² E – – – E – – X1 X2 ² E – – – ³ IMPORTANT: When subbase system is in AUTO position. ¶ Replace separate indoor and outdoor transformers with one 75 VA transformer. Heat Thermistor 1st Stage Heat LED Indication Y F R W2 G O W3 G O W3 G O/B W3 G Aux. X1 must be connected to transformer common. position. Electromechanical Chronotherm® III T8 Q6 74D 74 116 F1 5/ 02 2 08 1M 70 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8611 61 M2 1M 01 20 7 25 02 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 1M 10 T8 51 Common ¿ Power Indoor Common Outside Common Outside Compressor Stage 1 Compressor Stage 2 X VR X V M M2 ¶ ¶ X1 R – ¶ T8 Function Existing Terminals 61 ³ C R – ¶ ´ C R – ¶ C R – ¶ C R – ¶ Y1 Y2 Y Y2 W2 Y1 Y2 – » Y1 Y2 – » Y1/W1 Y2 W2 » Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Cool C/O Valve Heat System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. For auxiliary heat indication. · For emergency heat indication. See page 78 for wiring diagram.

LENNOX
HP16, HP19, HP21, HP22 (DIRECT REPLACEMENTS)

Electromechanical
5 3 55 76 R1 G1 16 1

Chronotherm® III
T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV
T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2

Function
Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ Sytem Defrost

Existing Terminals X
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94

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Y5

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94

B R Y – Y1 W1

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W

W

W2

W2

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W2

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Aux.

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L

L

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Outdoor Stat/ Em. Heat Outdoor Sensor LED Indication

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E

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E

E

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³ Terminal B (C or X) must be connected to transformer common. · Tape off. Thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop performance. » Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ¿ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. ´ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.

² If separate transformers are used, replace with one 75 Va transformer as shown on page 78. ¶ R8222B1067 Relay required to operate system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats. See page 11. Tape off if LED indication is not desired. º Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ¾ When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. M13164 µ LED is energized when terminal is powered.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874C1448/Q674L1355 (24F5101/31F3201) T874C1448/Q674L1165 (24F5101/24F5901) T874R1178/Q674L1355 (24F5601/31F3201) T874R1178/Q674L1165 (24F5601/24F5901)

70-6627 • 80

LENNOX
HP16, HP18, HP19, HP20, HP21, HP22

Electromechanical
Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5

Chronotherm® III
T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV
T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T8 T8 011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2

A1

Function
Common ¶ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost
²

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³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. · Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. » Not on HP18 or HP20. ¿ Tape off. Not used. ´ Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, or relays. ² R8222B1067 Relay required to operate system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats, see page 10. Tape off if LED indication is not desired.

¶ Terminal X (X2 or C) must be connected to transformer common. º Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ¾ If separate transformers are used, replace with one 75 VA transformer as shown on page 78. µ When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¸ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. ¹ LED is energized when terminal is powered. L terminal is powered continuously in Emergency Heat Position.
M13165

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874C1448/Q674L1355(24F5101/31F3201) T874C1448/Q674L1165(24F5101/24F5901) T874G1014/Q674F1113(24F5801/24F6201) T874G1154/Q674F1105 T874R1178/Q674L1355(24F5601/31F3201) T874R1178/Q674L1165(24F5601/24F5901) T8141A1089 T8611G1053 (27H3001)

70-6627 • 81

LUXAIRE (MONCRIEF/FRASER JOHNSTON)

Electromechanical
Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 42 5

Chronotherm® III
T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV
T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2

A1

Function
Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. Heat Multiple Aux. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor

Existing Terminals or B X R Y – or
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41

T8

X R Y –

Y5

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R1

X R Y
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X R Y1
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C R Y1 W1 or
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C R Y
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C R Y1
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W1

W1

W1

W1

W1

W

W2

W2

W2

W2

W2

W2

W2

W2

W2

Aux.

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G B

G B

G B

G B B

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³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. » Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, or relays. ¿ Terminal X (C or B) must be connected to transformer common. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ² Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).

¶ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. º Optional CHECK LED. Connect X1 to switching device; jumper X2 to C. ¾ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. µ When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
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Heat 2nd Stage Cool Power Heat Existing Terminals C R Y1 X Rc Y1 » C R Y1 » » C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y R Y1 W2 NOT AVAILABLE W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 G – G B G B G B G B B G or O/B G B B G or O/B O O O ´ O O O or O/B ´ O O or O/B ´ X1 X1 L L L L L E – – Y2 E – E – E – E – E – E – – Rh – – – – – – ³ IMPORTANT: No provision for emergency heat. system monitor (compressor fault). ´ LED is energized when terminal is powered. install R8222D1014. ² If separate Y1 and W1 terminals required. or auxiliary heat LEDs. M13167 70-6627 • 83 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 ² T8 61 – W2 G O/B O/B ´ L E Y2 – . Ht. » Remove Y1 (Y) to W1 (W) jumper. ¿ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em.MAGIC CHEF “PB” SERIES EQUIPMENT Electromechanical E T8 Q6 74C 74 101 B 8 ³ 1034 / Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 AV NO AI T LA BL Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 » » T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 Function Common · Power 1st Stage Cool 1st Stage Heat 2nd Stage Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. · Terminal C (X) must be connected to transformer common. position. see page 12.

LED is energized when terminal is powered.MAGIC CHEF “PE” SERIES EQUIPMENT Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ² Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. or relays. Connect X1 to X1 on control terminal. ¸ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. jumper X2 to R. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¾ Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. » Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors. See page 11. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals C R Y – · A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ¶ X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 or ¶ C R Y Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 – ¹ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. sequencers. ¹ When W2 is not used. º Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. ¶ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. L terminal is powered continuously in Emergency Heat Position. ´ Relay (typically R8222B1067) required if outdoor section has reset shunt relay and malfunction light indication is desired on thermostat. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. Heat Multiple Aux. M13168 70-6627 • 84 . G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O ´ O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B O/B X1 L L L L L L L E – E W3 E W3 ¾ E W3 ¸ E µ º E µ E µ E µ E µ ¸ E µ – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 – ¹ – – – – – – – – – W2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ¿ If provided on original equipment. µ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ² Terminal C (X) must be connected to transformer common.

M13169 T874Y1005/Q674E1353 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T841B1042 T874G1659/Q674C1330 T874H1096/Q674C1330 70-6627 • 85 . ¿ If provided on original equipment. Heat Loads » LED Indication Filter 2nd Stage Compressor – – E W3 E W3 ¾ E W3 ¸ E – º E – E – E – E – ¸ E – – F – – X2 – X1 – X2 X1 – X2 – – – – – – X1 – X2 – – µ – – – – – ¶ º ¾ µ ¸ – – – – W2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. See page 11. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool Existing Terminals or C X R or R1 A1 41 T8 X R – Y5 94 X R – Y ¶ X R – Y1 ¶ C R – Y1 or Y C R – Y ¶ C R – Y1 ¶ C R – Y ¶ C R – Y1 ¶ C R – Y1/W1 R2 Y1 or Y · Y ¶ Y2 – – – – – – – – – Y2 – ¿ – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 – µ W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. or relays. ´ Relay (typically R8222B1067) required if outdoor section has reset shunt relay and malfunction light indication is desired on thermostat. 2nd Stage Comp. Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).MAMMOTH Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ² Power Power Reset 1st Stage Comp. sequencers. T834C2135 Do not remove factory-installed jumper. When W2 is not used. ¹ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Multiple Aux. ² Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. 1st Stage Heat Aux. Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. L terminal is powered continuously in Emergency Heat Position. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O ¿ O ´ O ¹ O O O O or O/B ¹ O O or O/B ¹ O/B ¹ System Monitor/ System Defrost ´ X or L L L L L L L L EM. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. 26. See Fig.

jumper X2 to C. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X jumper. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. or relays. · Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors.MAMMOTH USED WITH A STANDARD HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. position. Heat Multiple Aux. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. M13194 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T834C2135 (71116901) T841B1042 (71117001) 70-6627 • 86 . ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ¸ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Connect L to X1. sequencers. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. µ When W2 is not used. G O/B O O O ¹ O O O O or O/B ¹ O O or O/B ¹ O/B ¹ L L L L L L L L – E E E E E E E E E – – – W3 – – W3 X2 – ¶ W3 X1 – X2 ¸ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¸ ¾ X1 – X2 ² – – – – – – X1 – X2 – W2 µ – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. º Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. ¾ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ² Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. ¹ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Loads · LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals C R Y – » º A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – µ ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B Aux. » If provided on original equipment.

26. See Fig. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. Ht. G O/B O O O ¹ O O O O or O/B ¹ O O or O/B ¹ O/B ¹ X L L L L L L L – E E E E E E E E E – – – W3 – – W3 X2 – ¾ W3 X1 X2 – ´ ¸ ¸ º ¸ ¸ ¸ ´ ¸ X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. not on subbase. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. ¶ º ¾ µ ¸ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. sequencers. ¿ Disconnect external timimg device from circuit before wiring replacement thermostat. position. ² Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals C R1 R2 µ ¿ A1 41 T8 X R – Y5 94 X R – X R – C R – or C R – C R – C R – C R – C R – Y – Y – Y ¶ Y1 ¶ Y1 W1 Y Y ¶ Y1 ¶ Y ¶ Y1 ¶ Y1/W1 – · ¶ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 – G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B Aux. or relays. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. · When W2 is not used. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. Heat Multiple Aux. M13195 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874G1378/Q674C1124 T874G1659/Q674C1330 (71115201) T874H1096/Q674C1330 (71115201) 70-6627 • 87 . ´ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.MAMMOTH USED WITH A NIGHT SETBACK THERMOSTAT Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ² Power Night Setback Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. C terminal is located on terminal strip. ¹ LED is energized when terminal is powered. If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used.

G O/B O/B ¾ L E º – W2 ¶ Y2 . ¶ When W2 is not used. ´ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. sequencers. position. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y – · X R Y – X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y W1 ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B O O O ¾ O O µ O µ O or O/B ¾ O µ O or O/B ¾ L L L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 E W3 ¿ E º E º E º E º E º ¿ – – – – X2 – X1 – X2 X1 – X2 ¿ – – – – – – X1 – X2 – – – – – – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ¿ LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. M13196 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1183 T841A1522 T841A1548 (24015808) 70-6627 • 88 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ¶ A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux.MARTIN INDUSTRIES Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ² ² Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Multiple Aux. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. · Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. or relays. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Ht. ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered.

Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. or relays. position. Heat Multiple Aux.PHILLIPS ENERGY Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. M13197 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T8611R1174 70-6627 • 89 . Field-installed X2 to X jumper. Ht. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G O/B O O O º O O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B º O ¾ O or O/B º O/B º L L L L L L L L E E E E E E E E E E – X2 – W3 – – W3 X2 – ¶ W3 X1 X2 – µ ´ ´ µ ´ ´ ´ ´ µ X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. · When W2 is not used. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ² ¶ º ¾ µ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. sequencers. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals C R Y1 W1 º A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – · ² ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B Aux. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. LED is energized when terminal is powered. Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.

Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Ht. M13198 70-6627 • 90 . L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. sequencers. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. PNB TYPICAL) Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.RHEEM/RUUD COOLING CHANGEOVER (PRE 11/85) (PCA. · When W2 is not used. ² ¶ º ¾ µ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Heat Multiple Aux. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. G O/B O O O ¾ O O µ O µ O or O/B ¾ O µ O or O/B ¾ O/B ¾ L L L L L L L L E E E E E E E E E E W3 – – W3 – – W3 X2 – º W3 X1 X2 – ¶ ´ ´ ¶ ´ ´ ´ ´ ¶ X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y1 or Y A1 41 T8 X R Y – » Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B Aux. or relays. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor Em. position. LED is energized when terminal is powered. PNA.

´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper.RHEEM/RUUD PCB. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y1 ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – · ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B µ W2 G B µ W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O O ¾ O ¾ – ¾ O µ O µ O or O/B ¾ O µ O or O/B ¾ O/B ¾ L L L X1 L L L L L L E – E º E W3 ¶ E W3 ¶ E º E º E º E º E º E º – – – – X2 – X2 – X1 – X2 ² – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor Em. RPFA Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 8 30 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. See Fig. 26. · When W2 is not used. Heat Multiple Aux. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. PFA. PGB. PGA HEATING CHANGEOVER (AFTER 11/85) RPCB. or relays. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. sequencers. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. M13206 70-6627 • 91 . position. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Ht. ² Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered.

Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. ² ¶ º ¾ µ ¸ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em.SECO TA2000. or relays. Heat Lads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – · ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W G B W G B W G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. TA2040. E and L terminals are not available on TA2010 or TA2050. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. · When W2 is not used. sequencers. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. Ht. TA2010 TA2050 Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. position. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Multiple Aux. M13171 70-6627 • 92 . G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O µ O O ¾ O O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B ¾ O ¸ O or O/B ¾ O/B ¾ L L ² L ² L L L L L E W3 µ E W3 E W3 ² E W3 E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ ¶ E ´ – – – – X2 º – X1 – X2 ¶ X1 – X2 ¶ – – – – – – X1 – X2 – W2 · – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.

LED is energized when terminal is powered. · Tape off. ¿ Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Outdoor Thermistor/ Sensor Em. Ht. » Do not remove factory-installed jumper.SECO TA2060 Electromechanical 55 76 R1 G1 1 61 5 3 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop performance. When W2 is not used. M13199 70-6627 • 93 . G ´ O/B ´ B O/B ´ O/B ´ O O º O º O º O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B º O ¾ O or O/B º O/B º L F F F L L L L L L W3 T ² T ² T ² · · · · · · E – – X2 – – X2 – – X2 – – X1 E X2 – ¿ E – – E – – E – – X1 E X2 – E – W2 ¶ – – – – – ´ ² ¶ º ¾ – – – – Y2 ³ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Replace existing thermistor with Honeywell C815A1005. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 94 B R Y – Y5 B R Y – Y5 T8 94 B R Y – Y1 W1 C R or Y C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y1/W1 – ¶ » W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G – W G – W G – W G – W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ´ W2 G W2 G B or ´ Aux. position.

or relays. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ¾ LED is energized when terminal is powered. º If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Heat Multiple Aux. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. position. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – · ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em.SUN MANUFACTURING Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common » Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ² Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. M13200 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1399 (HPL1404) 70-6627 • 94 . When W2 is not used. sequencers. Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O O O ¾ O ¾ O µ O µ O or O/B ¾ O µ O or O/B ¾ O/B ¾ L L X1 L L L L L L E W3 E W3 ² E W3 ² E W3 ² E º E º E º E º E º E º – – – – X2 ¶ – X2 ¶ – X1 X2 – ² – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · – – – – – – – – – Y2 Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Ht.

¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. position. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. LED is energized when terminal is powered. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. M13201 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1357 T841A1365 (121000012) 70-6627 • 95 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – · A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux. · When W2 is not used. sequencers. Heat Multiple Aux. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. or relays. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em.SQUARE D/SUN DIAL Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 / 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ² ² Function Common ¿ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. G ³ O/B ³ O/B L E ´ – W2 · Y2 . Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals or C X R Y – X R Y – X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y W1 ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O O O O O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B O ¶ O or O/B L or L L L L L L K E E W3 E W3 E W3 E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ W3 – – – – X2 – X1 – X2 X1 – X2 – – – – – – X1 – X2 – – – – – – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Ht. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.

G O/B O O ² O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B ² O ¶ O or O/B ² O/B ² L or X2 L L L L L L K E E X2 – E E E E E X1 X2 ¿ E – W2 ´ X2 – – – – – – Y2 Y2 Y2 Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 jumper. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. position. Heat LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals or or X X1 C R Y or Y1 X1 R Y1 ³ T8 61 C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ³ C R Y1 ³ C R Y ³ C R Y1 ³ C R Y1/W1 – ´ » ³ W1 NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B Aux. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. install R8222D1014. ² LED is energized when terminal is powered. see page 12. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em.SQUARE D/SUN DIAL Electromechanical AV NO AI T LA BL E AV NO AI T LA BL E T8 Q6 74C 74 101 F1 8/ 02 2 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common · Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ´ When W2 is not used. M13202 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T872C1525/Q672F1182 (HCD-2/HCB-1) T874C1224/Q674F1071 (63600-002-09/63600-002-11) 70-6627 • 96 . If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required.

LED is energized when terminal is powered.TRANE/AMERICAN STANDARD DIRECT TRADE REPLACEMENTS Electromechanical 55 76 R1 G1 1 61 5 3 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Outdoor Sensor » Outdoor Stat LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals B R Y – A1 41 94 B R Y – Y5 B R Y – Y5 T8 94 B R Y – Y1 W1 C R or » C R Y Y » C R Y1 » C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y1/W1 – ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W or W1 G – W G – W G – W G – W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ´ W2 G W2 G B or ´ Aux. When W2 is not used. ¿ Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. » Do not remove factory-installed jumper. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. position. G ´ O/B ´ B O/B ´ O/B ´ O O ¶ O ¶ O ¶ O º O º O or O/B ¶ O º O or O/B ¶ O/B ¶ F or F F F L L L L L L T A T T T · · · · · · X2 – – X2 – – X2 – – X2 – – E X1 X2 – ¿ E – – E – – E – – E X1 X2 – ¿ E – W2 ² – – – – – ´ ² ¶ º – – – – Y2 ³ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. · Tape off. Thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop performance. Ht. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. M13225 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1407 (ASYSTAT652) T874R1939 (ASYSTAT-651A)/Q674L1801 (THT1225) T841A1530 (ASYSTAT652A) T8141A1014 T872G1059/Q672J1039 T8141A1071 T872R1057/Q672L1037 T8300A1128/Q6300A1101 (BAY28X194/BAY28X195) T874G1204/Q674J1043 T8611G1038 (THT-0603) T874G1675/Q674J1142 (ASYSTAT650/WY28X0250) T8611G1111 (TAYSTAT501) T874R1053/Q674L1140 T8611R1091 T874R1426/Q674L1496 (BAYSTAT339/WY28X0112) T8611R1109 (THT-0602) T874R1657/Q674L1611 (ASYSTAT651/WY28X235) T8611R1117 (ASYSTAT700) 70-6627 • 97 .

When W2 is not used. position. ¿ Optional LED on T8611G1004. Ht. G ´ O/B ´ O/B ¶ L E – W2 ² Y2 . L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. · Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.TRANE/AMERICAN STANDARD Electromechanical 5 3 55 76 R1 G1 16 1 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 » » Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. » Do not remove factory-installed jumper. See Fig. M13226 70-6627 • 98 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ² A1 T8 41 94 94 Aux. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Outdoor Stat LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals C R Y or Y1 W1 B R Y – Y5 B R Y – Y5 B R Y – Y1 W1 C R or » C R Y Y » C R Y1 » C R Y W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W G – W G – W G – W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ´ W2 G W2 G B or ´ O/B ´ B O/B ´ O O ¶ O ¶ O ¶ O º O º O or O/B ¶ O º O or O/B ¶ L F F F L L L L L E X1 or X2 X2 – – X2 – – X2 – – E X1 X2 – ¿ E – – E – – E – – E · X1 X2 – – – – – – – ´ ² ¶ º – – – – ³ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. LED is energized when terminal is powered. 26.

M13227 70-6627 • 99 . Outdoor reset not provided with Tradeline replacement thermostat. position. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. µ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop performance. º LED is energized when terminal is powered. · Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Outdoor Sensor Outdoor Stat Multiple Aux. ¸ Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. G ¿ O/B ¿ B O/B ¿ O/B ¿ O O O º O º O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B º O ¾ O or O/B º O/B º F or L X1 L L L L L L T H ³ ³ ³ » » » » » » X2 – E W3 E W3 X2 ¶ – E W3 X2 ¶ – E µ E µ E µ E µ E µ E µ – – – – X1 X2 ² – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ¹ – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Tape off. ¹ When W2 is not used. Ht. ² Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. 26. sequencers. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. » Tape off. See Fig. ¶ Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.TRANE/AMERICAN STANDARD Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common · Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ¾ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. or relays. Heat Loads ¸ LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals B R Y – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or ´ C R Y Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – ¹ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W or X1 G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ¿ W2 G W2 G B or ¿ Aux.

Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. » Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Heat Loads ¿ LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals C R Y or Y1 W1 A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ´ X R Y1 ´ C R Y1 W1 or ´ C R Y Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – ³ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ¸ W2 G W2 G B or ¸ Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ¸ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. M13228 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1407 (ASYSTAT652) T874R1053/Q674L1140 T8611G1038 (THT-0603) T841A1530 (ASYSTAT652A) T874R1426/Q674L1496 (BAYSTAT339/WY28X0112) T8611G111 (TAYSTAT501) T872G1059/Q672J1039 T874R1657/Q674L1611 (ASYSTAT651/WY28X235) T8611R1091 T872R1057/Q672L1037 T874R1939 (ASYSTAT-651A)/Q674L1801 (THT1225) T8611R1109 (THT-0602) T874G1204/Q674J1043 T8141A1014 T8611R1117 (ASYSTAT700) T874G1675/Q674J1142 T8141A1071 (ASYSTAT650/WY28X0250) T8300A1128/Q6300A1101 (BAY28X194/BAY28X195) 70-6627 • 100 . · Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. ¿ Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. LED is energized when terminal is powered. G ¸ O/B ¸ B O/B ¸ O/B ¸ O O O º O O ¾ O ¾ O or O/B º O ¾ O or O/B º O/B º L L L L L L L L E – or E W3 E W3 X2 ¶ – E W3 X1 X2 » – E µ E µ E µ E µ E µ » E µ X1 X2 – – X1 X2 ² – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 ³ – – – – – – ² ¶ º ¾ µ – – – – Y2 ³ When W2 is not used.TRANE/AMERICAN STANDARD Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common · Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. position. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. Ht. or relays. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. sequencers. 26. See Fig. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Outdoor Stat Multiple Aux.

configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Ht.WEATHERKING Electromechanical 7 33 8 30 79 G1 6 R1 Chronotherm III 1R 10 00 ® Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ³ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ´ When W2 is not used. Heat LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 94 41 94 Y5 X R Y – X R Y – Y5 T8 X R Y – T8 61 C R Y1 » C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y » C R Y1 » C R Y1/W1 – ´ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B ¿ W2 G B B W2 G or · W2 G W2 G B or · Aux. M13205 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1456 (41-20796-65) T874R1830/Q674L1504 (41-20769-64) 70-6627 • 101 . ² LED is energized when terminal is powered. position. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G · O/B · B O/B · O/B · O O ² O ² O ² O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B ² O ¶ O or O/B ² O/B ² L L L L L L L L L L E X – E – – E X2 – E X2 – X1 E X2 – E – – E – – E – – X1 E X2 – E – W2 ´ – – – Y2 – – – – – Y2 Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. To eliminate automatic fan in emergency heat mode. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. connect switching relay as shown on page 9. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em.

connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. or relays. position. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. ´ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. ² Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Heat Multiple Aux. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. M13209 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER OR CUSTOMER PART NUMBER T841A1373 T8141A1105 GE 3AAT80 70-6627 • 102 . configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G ³ G B or O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O Y1 O O ¿ O ¿ O ´ O ´ O or O/B ¿ O ´ O or O/B ¿ O/B ¿ L or X L X1 L L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 ¾ E W3 X2 ¾ – E µ E µ E µ E µ E µ E µ – – ¸ X2 – X1 X2 º – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · – – – – – – ¶ º ¾ µ – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. sequencers. ¿ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Ht. · When W2 is not used. Optional Check LED on T8611G1004.WEATHERKING TYPICAL WPH SERIES Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals or or X C1 C R Y or W1 A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ¶ X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 – · ¶ – or W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 E W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B µ W2 G B µ W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. See Fig. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. 26. Do not remove factory-installed jumper.

» Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. HWPG012. 042. · When W2 is not used. 030. 030. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Y1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 G – or G B G B G B G B G B B G or ³ G O/B ³ G B or ³ B O/B ³ O O O ¿ O O ¶ O ¶ O or O/B ¿ O ¶ O or O/B ¿ X L L L L L L E – E W3 E W3 E W3 E – E – E – E – E – – – – – X2 – X1 X2 – X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. 048. 054. Ht. 028. position. 044. 042. 036. 032. 042. Heat Multiple Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. 066. 024. VWPG017. 020. 066. 064. 048. WRH022. 032. 030. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper. ¿ LED is energized when terminal is powered. sequencers. 036. 048. 028. 054. 036. or relays. 044. 036. ¶ L terminal is powered continuously in Em. 036. 054. 060. 020. Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ² ² Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Existing Terminals or C1 C R W1 or Y X R Y – X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or ² C R Y Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y W1 – or or W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 Auxiliary W1 Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. 036. 054.WESCO/ADDISON Models: WPH022. G ³ O/B ³ O/B ¿ L E – – W2 · Y2 . 064. ´ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. 060. 017. DWPG024. 054. 060. WSH028. 066. 042. 032. 024. M13222 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T872G1265/Q672F1265 T874G1287/Q6741253 T872G1281/Q672F1265 T874G1543/Q674F1345 (403-197) T872R1016/Q672B1103 T874R1012/Q674B1109 T874C1315 70-6627 • 103 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – · A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux.

If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O or O O ¿ O ¿ O µ O µ O or O/B ¿ O µ O or O/B ¿ O/B ¿ L L1 L X1 L L L L L L E W3 E – E W3 º E W3 X2 º – E ¾ E ¾ E ¾ E ¾ E ¾ E ¾ – – – – X2 – X1 X2 ¶ – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · – – – – – ² ¶ º ¾ – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. · When W2 is not used.WESTINGHOUSE TYPICAL HSO Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. ¿ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – · ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. or relays. sequencers. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. position. µ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. ´ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. 26. Ht. Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. Heat Multiple Aux. See Fig. M13210 T872G1034/Q672F1141 T872G1034/Q672J1062 T872R1149/Q672L1151 T874G1048/Q674J1019 T874R1103/Q674L1108 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T872G1034/Q672F1091 T872G1034/Q672F1257 T872G1034/Q672J1013 T872G1265/Q672F1265 T872R1149/Q672L1110 T872R1149/Q672L1128 T874G1048/Q674F1121 T874G1048/Q674F1246 T874G1048/Q674F1279 T874G1048/Q674J1050 T874G1188/Q674F1295 T874G1345 T874R1103/Q674L1173 T874R1244/Q674L1314 T874W1007/Q674L1256 70-6627 • 104 .

´ Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. HI RELI. ¿ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. or relays. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor Existing Terminals X R W1 X R W1 X R W1 C R W1 C R W1 C R W1 C R W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 G Y NOT AVAILABLE G ³ G ³ G ³ G ³ G ³ G ³ G ³ Y Y1 Y1 Y Y1 Y Y1 – – – – – – or – – or – B B B B B O/B B B O/B – O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B – L X1 L L L L L E – E W3 X2 ´ – E W3 X2 ´ – E ¿ E ¿ E ¿ E ¿ E ¿ – – – – – – – – – – X1 – X2 ³ Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 (W) jumper. · Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. M13211 70-6627 • 105 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Aux. G ² 94 Y5 T8 61 Y1/W1 Y2 O/B O/B L E ¿ – W2 ¶ . HLO Electromechanical E Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 AV NO AI T LA BL 42 5 R1 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R W1 ¶ Function Common Power 1st Stage Heat 2nd Stage Heat Fan 1st Stage Cool 2nd Stage Cool C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em.WESTINGHOUSE TYPICAL HB. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. Heat Multiple Aux. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. ¶ When W2 is not used. install R8222D1014. ² If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. sequencers. see page 12.

connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. ´ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. ¶ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals A1 41 T8 X V C – R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ² X R Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or ² C R Y Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y1/W1 – º W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 H2 F Z W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. Heat Multiple Aux. · Use common from secondary side of system trransformer. sequencers. M13212 70-6627 • 106 . G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ – O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B O/B – – ¿ L ¿ – ¿ L ¿ L ¿ L ¿ L ¿ L ¿ L ¿ – – E W3 E W3 E W3 E ¶ E ¶ E ¶ E ¶ E ¶ E ¶ – – – – X2 – X1 X2 – X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 – X2 – W2 º – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ¿ Field-installed E to W2 (Aux W8900B) jumper required. or relays.WESTINGHOUSE TYPICAL HE SERIES Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. º When W2 is not used. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. ² Do not remove factory-installed jumper.

M13242 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T872G1356/Q672L1219 T874D. Ht. position. ´ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Heat LED Indication X R – Y1 Y2 – – X1 R W1 » T8 Function Existing Terminals 61 C R – Y Y2 ² ² C R – Y1 Y2 – W3 C R – Y1 Y2 – W3 C R – Y1/W1 Y2 ² Y1 Y2 W2 – W2 W3 W2 Aux. ² Y2 to W2 jumper required.G/Q674L1223 70-6627 • 107 . ¶ Configure O/B (Select Models) in Installer Setup. » Y1 to W1 jumper required. G O G O G O G O/B ¶ G O/B ¶ G O/B ¶ B » º B ¾ O/B ¶ O/B ¶ O/B ¶ L X2 L L º L ¾ L º W – E – E X1 X2 ´ E – E X1 X2 ´ E – ³ When subbase system switch is in AUTO position. · IMPORTANT: Do not use T874D/Q674F1022 if B terminal is used on original equipment.WESTINGHOUSE TYPICAL 2-SPEED PUMP Electromechanical Chronotherm® III T Q6 84D 74 116 F 5 ³ 1022 08 1M 70 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8611 61 M2 1M 01 20 7 25 02 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 1M 10 T8 51 Common ¿ Power 1st Stage Heat Compressor Stage 1 Compressor Stage 2 2nd Stage Heat Auxiliary 3rd Stage Heat Fan C/O Valve Cool C/O Valve Heat System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. ¾ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. º LED is energized when terminal is powered. equipment will operate in COOL mode only.

Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. leave W2 blank and wire auxiliary heat to aux. 1F58-910 THERMOSTAT. terminal. Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. ¸ When 3rd Stage aux. Heat 3rd Stage Aux. Configure W2 to NC in installer setup. connect auxiliary stage to W3. ¸ W3 W3 G Y2 » G G G G Y2 G Y2 ³ G Y2 ³ G Y2 ³ B » B B B B O/B O/B O/B O » O O º O O ¾ O/B ³ O/B ³ O/B ³ L – L – L L º L ¾ L º E – » E W3 E W3 ¶ E W3 µ E – µ E – E – µ E – – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 ¶ º ¾ µ – X1 X2 – Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Ht. M13141 70-6627 • 108 . LED is energized when terminal is powered. or relays. ´ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Heat Multiple Aux. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. If provided on original equipment. 1F92-6. heat is not used. Heat Fan 2nd Stage Cool C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. sequencers. Heat Lads ¿ LED Indication ³ · » ¿ Existing Terminals or X1 C R Y or Y1 W1 A1 41 94 T8 X R Y – Y5 X R Y · X R Y1 · C R Y or Y1 · T8 C R Y1 – 51 10 C R Y1 – W1 W1 W1 W2 W3 » W2 W2 W2 W2 W3 ² ² W2 Aux.WHITE RODGERS TYPICAL 1F92-1. 1F92-7. position. ² If 2nd stage heat is auxiliary (electric resistive). S28 SUBBASES Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 5 71 42 R1 Chronotherm® III T8 T8 611R T8 611G 100 61 10 0 1M 04 70 08 1M Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8611 61 M2 1M 01 20 7 25 02 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ¸ Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.

LED is energized when terminal is powered. ² ¶ º ¾ µ ¸ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. position. Heat Multiple Aux.WILLIAMSON COOLING CHANGEOVER Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ² Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. ¿ Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Ht. M13213 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874C1570/Q674B1000 T874L1455/Q674L1322 T874R1236/Q674L1348 T874R1392/Q674L1447 70-6627 • 109 . Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y – A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ¶ X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 – · ¶ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B W2 G B B W2 G or O/B Aux. 26. See Fig. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. · When W2 is not used. G O/B O O O µ O O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B µ O ¸ O or O/B µ O/B µ L L L L L L L L E E E E E E E E E E W3 A – W3 – – W3 X2 – ¾ W3 X1 X2 – ¿ ´ ´ º ´ ´ ´ ´ ¿ X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – W2 · – – – – – – – – – Y2 ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. sequencers. or relays.

Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. ´ ² ¶ º ¾ µ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. G ¾ O/B ¾ O/B ³ L E ¿ – W2 µ Y2 . sequencers. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. · L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. When W2 is not used. Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. position. Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y1 – X R Y – X R Y1 ² X R Y Y1 ² C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ² C R Y1 ² C R Y W1 ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ¾ W2 G W2 G B or ¾ O/B ¾ B O/B ¾ – O O ³ O ³ O · O · O or O/B ³ O · O or O/B ³ L L X1 L L L L L E E E E E E E E E W3 – – W3 – – W3 X2 – º W3 X2 º – ¿ ¿ ¿ ¿ ¿ X1 X2 ¶ – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – – – – – ³ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. M13214 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874N1008/Q674F1196 70-6627 • 110 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – µ A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux.WILLIAMSON HEATING CHANGEOVER Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T8 T8 611R 61 10 1G 00 10 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ² ² Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. or relays. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Heat Multiple Aux. ¿ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. Ht.

M13215 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1274 (2TH11703324) T874G1428/Q674J1027 (6TH11702424) T872G1299/Q672L1177 T874R1046/Q674L1017 (2TH11702224) T872R1032/Q672L1011 T874R1046/Q674L1272 (2TH11702224) T874G1170/Q674J1027 (2TH11702424) T8141A1006 T874G1196/Q674J1027 T8300A1037/Q6300A1044 (2ET11700124A) T874G1345 (2TH11702624) T8611R1018 (025-27655) T874G1402/Q674L1363 (2TH11702824) 70-6627 • 111 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ´ A1 94 41 Y5 T8 T8 61 Aux. B2PS. E1CS. G » O/B » O/B L E ´ W2 – . » Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Mutiple Heat Loads LED Indication Existing Terminals B R Y or Y1 W1 or X R Y – X R Y ¿ X R Y1 ¿ C R Y1 ¿ C R Y ¿ C R Y1 ¿ C R Y W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W W2 W2 G W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or » W2 G W2 G B or » G H ³ B O/B » B O/B » O O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B X or – L – L L L L L E X E E E E E E E E – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – – – X2 X1 X2 – – – – – ³ H terminal is not available on all models. E2CH. · Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. ´ Configure W2 cycle rate to NC. E1EB.YORK/BORG WARNER B2CH. E1HB. ¿ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. STELLAR 2000 (DIRECT REPLACEMENTS) Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 42 5 71 R1 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ¿ ¿ Function Common · Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux.

E2CH Electromechanical 5 3 1 55 76 16 R1 G1 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common » Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. E1HB. M13216 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T872G1042/Q672J1021 T874R1145/Q674L1272 T874R1169/Q674L1330 T874R1251/Q674L1272 (2TH11702324) T874R1327/Q674L1272 (6TH11702224) 70-6627 • 112 . E1EB. ² Configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. G ¿ O/B ¿ B O/B ¿ O/B ¿ O ³ O O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B O/B F F F F L L L L L L X T X2 T X2 T X2 T E · E · E · E · E · E · ³ F and H terminals are not available on all models. Thermostat replaces outdoor reset models with improved zero droop performance. E1CS.YORK/BORG WARNER DIRECT REPLACEMENTS (OUTDOOR THERMISTOR MODELS) B2CH. Heat Outdoor Thermistor Existing Terminals B R Y – A1 41 94 94 B R Y – Y5 B R Y – Y5 T8 B R Y – T8 61 C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y ´ C R Y1 ´ C R Y1/W1 – ² W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W G H ³ W G – W G – W G – W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ¿ W2 G W2 G B or ¿ Aux. » Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. B2PS. ´ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. · Tape off. ¿ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.

Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals B R Y or Y1 ¾ X R Y – X R Y ¾ X R Y1 ¾ C R Y1 W1 or ¾ C R Y Y ¾ C R Y1 ¾ C R Y W1 W1 or W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 G H ¹ G B G B G B G B G B B G or ³ G O/B ³ G B or ³ B O/B ³ O O O ¿ O ¿ O ´ O ´ O or O/B ¿ O ´ O or O/B ¿ X or E – ² ¶ L X1 L L L L L X E W3 E W3 ¶ E W3 ¶ E – ¶ E – ¶ E – ¶ E – ¶ E – ¶ T X – – – X2 – ¸ X2 – ¸ X1 X2 µ – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – º ¾ µ ¸ ¹ – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Heat Multiple Aux. H terminal is not available on all models. EICS. ¿ LED is energized when terminal is powered. Not used. Using these thermostats with a W8045 Demand Defrost Control may cause customer complaints. M13224 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T841A1274 (2TH11703324) T8141A1006 T874G1345 (2TH11702624)1 T872G1299/Q672L1177 1 T8300A1037/Q6300A1044 (2ET11700124A) T874G1402/Q674L1363 (2TH11702824) T872R1032/Q672L1011 1 T8300A1144/Q6300A1044 (6ET11700124A) T874G1428/Q674J1027 (6TH11702424)1 T874G1170/Q674J1027 (2TH11702424) T8611R1018 (025-27655) T874R1046/Q674L1017 (2TH11702224)1 T874G1196/Q674J1027 T874R1046/Q674L1272 (2TH11702224)1 70-6627 • 113 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – · A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux. If replacing a thermostat used on a W8045. position.YORK/BORG WARNER B2CH. · When W2 is not used. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. B2PS. ¶ Field-installed E to W2 jumper for improved performance in emergency heat. See Fig. EIEB. E2CH (ALTERNATE REPLACEMENTS) Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 7 21 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ¾ ¾ Function Common º Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Auxiliary Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost EM. Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. or relays. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. ´ L terminal is powered continuously in Em. 26. ² Tape off. G ³ O/B ³ O/B ¿ L E – ¶ – W2 · Y2 . see York/Borg Warner Direct Replacements. Ht. EIHB. sequencers. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors.

¾ Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. ¿ If provided on original equipment. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. See Fig. · When W2 is not used. M13219 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER) T874G1410/Q674F1311(6TH11703024) 70-6627 • 114 . 26. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. position. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. º Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. ¶ Do not remove factory-installed jumper. Heat Multiple Aux. or relays. Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals X R Y A1 41 T8 X R Y – Y5 94 X R Y ¶ X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 or ¶ C R Y Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y1/W1 – · W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G – W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ Aux. ² If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used.YORK/BORG WARNER Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 Function Common ´ Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. ¸ L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. G ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ O/B ³ O ¿ O O µ O µ O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B µ O ¸ O or O/B µ O/B µ L L X1 L L L L L L E W3 ¿ ¿ E W3 E W3 E W3 E ² E ² E ² E ² E ² E ² – – – – – – X2 ¾ – – X2 ¾ – – X1 X2 º – – – – – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – W2 Y2 · ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. ´ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. Ht. µ LED is energized when terminal is powered. sequencers.

» Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors. Heat Multiple Aux. Heat Loads » LED Indication Existing Terminals or B X2 R W1 X R W1 ³ X R W1 ³ C R W1 ³ C R W1 ³ C R W1 ³ C R W1 ³ W2 G Y1 NOT AVAILABLE W2 G Y W2 G Y1 W2 G Y1 W2 G Y W2 G Y1 or W2 G Y W2 G Y1 or – B B B B B O/B B B O/B – O O O O O or O/B O O or O/B – L – L L L L L E – E W3 E W3 E – E – E – E – E – – X2 ¿ X1 X2 – – – – X1 X2 ³ Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 (W) jumper. or relays. sequencers. G Y1/W1 ´ O/B O/B L E – – M13220 .YORK/BORG WARNER TYPICAL EBHP SERIES Electromechanical E Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 AV NO AI T LA BL 5 42 R1 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 1R 10 00 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R W1 ³ Function Common · Power 1st Stage Heat Aux. Heat Fan 1st Stage Cool C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. ´ If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required. install R8222D1014. ¿ Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper. see page 12. 70-6627 • 115 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R – ² 94 Y5 T8 61 Aux. ² Configure W2 cycle rate to NC. · Terminal must be connected to the transformer common.

Heat Loads » LED Indication 2nd Stage Compressor 2nd Stage Cool Existing Terminals or X1 X R Y – X R Y – X R Y ¶ X R Y1 ¶ C R Y1 W1 or Y C R Y ¶ C R Y1 ¶ C R Y W1 ¶ W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 G B or W1 W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B W2 G B B W2 G or ³ W2 G W2 G B or ³ O/B ³ B O/B ³ – O O µ O O ¸ O ¸ O or O/B µ O ¸ O or O/B µ L L L L L L L E W3 E W3 E W3 E W3 · E ´ º E ´ E ´ E ´ E ´ · X2 – – – X2 ² – X1 X2 – X1 X2 – – – – – – – X1 X2 – – – – – – ² ¶ º ¾ µ ¸ – – – – ³ Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.ZONE AIRE VHP SERIES Electromechanical Y Y5 594G 94 14 G1 19 47 6 2 71 R1 42 5 Chronotherm® III T T8 8411 41 R1 1R 00 10 2 28 T T8 8611 61 R1 1G 00 10 0 04 Electronic Replacement or Upgrade Chronotherm IV T T8 8511 51 G1 1G 02 10 1 47 T T8 8011 01 R1 1R 00 10 6 14 T T8 8611 61 G2 1G 00 20 2 28 C R Y1 ¶ ¶ Function Common Power Compressor 1st Stage Heat Aux. Ht. ´ If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used. L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Do not remove factory-installed jumper. or relays. LED is energized when terminal is powered. position. Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal. ¿ Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. When W2 is not used. · Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. Heat Multiple Aux. configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G ³ O/B ³ O/B µ L E ´ – W2 ¾ Y2 . 26. Heat Fan C/O Valve Heat C/O Valve Cool System Monitor/ System Defrost Em. See Fig. M13221 TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES—HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER T874R1129/Q674L1181 T874N1024/Q674F1261 70-6627 • 116 W PC8 89 90 00 0/ B1 00 2 C R Y1/W1 – ¾ A1 41 T8 Y5 94 Aux. sequencers. » Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors.

............................................................................................... Honeywell ........................................................................ 97-100 Borg Warner .................................. American Standard ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Janitrol ............................................................................................................ Comfortmaker ....................................................................................................................... Bryant-Day/Night-Payne ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 117-119 70-6627 • 117 ............................. Lennox ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Carrier ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Index Subject/Manufacturer Page Number 36 103 38 37 33 39 38 40 41 42-45 50-53 60 39 46 47-48 49 50-53 54 55 82 56 57-58 59 60 61 68-69 15-25 62-67 68-69 70-72 73 74 75-81 82 Amana ......................................................... Geo System ..................................................................................................................................... Evcon ................................................. Arcoaire ......................................................................................................................................... Heatwave .................................................................................................. Hookup Diagrams ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Luxaire ..................................................................................................................................................... Fedders .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Heat Controller ............ Friedrich .................................................................. Application Tips .................................. Crispaire ............................................................................................ InterCity Products .. Fraser Johnston ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Comfort Air ...................................................... 111-115 Index .................................................................................................................. Addison ...................................................................................................................................... Keeprite ................................................ Enerstat .......................... Econar .............................................................................................................................................................. Heil Quaker ........................................... Coleman ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Intertherm ........................................................................................................... Armstrong ............ Bard ................................................................................................................... Florida Heat Pump ...................................... American Stabilis ............................................................................................................................................................................... General Electric ............ 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...................................... Whirlpool ................................................................................................................... Snyder General ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Rheem ................ Thermostat Manufacturer Cross Reference ............................ Sun Manufacturing ............. 103 68-69 108 Westinghouse .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Tips for Using This Heat Pump Cross Reference .................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Sun Dial ................................................................................................................................... White Rodgers ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Seco ....................... Phillips Energy .... Ruud .....HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Subject/Manufacturer Page Number 83-84 85-87 88 46 70-72 82 70-72 41 89 90-91 90-91 92-93 39 61 95-96 95-96 94 13 73 68-69 29-32 33 Magic Chef ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Martin Industries ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 116 34-35 70-6627 • 118 .............................................. Trane ..... 111-115 ZoneAire ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Southwest Mfg..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 104-107 Williamson ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Wiring Connections for Honeywell Heat Pump Thermostats ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Symbols ................................. 97-100 Weatherking ...................................... Miller ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Nordyne .. Square D ................................................................................................................................ 101-102 Wesco .............................................................................................................................................................. Tappan .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Mammoth ....................... 109-110 York ................................................................................................................................................. Payne ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Moncrief ....................................................................................... Tempstar ............................................................................................... Marvair .........................................

........................ and T8511M...................... ..... Requires R822B1067 Relay to operate the system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats.................................... 21 Typical wiring diagram for T8611M7008.............................. Relay wiring connections for Lennox equipment (HP16..... Installing an R8222B Switching Relay on heat pumps requiring cooling mode changeover.................. 20 Fig............... ...........................HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE Index to Figure Diagrams Figure Number Fig....... HP21............. HP19........................................ ....... Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate the system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats...................... ..... ............ ........ 23 Typical wiring diagram for T8511G........ 17 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1633...... Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate system.... ......................... 16 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1712 and T841A1738.......... Relay wiring connections for Lennox equipment (HP9................................ T8611M........................... . 6 Installing an R8222B Switching Relay on heat pumps requiring heating mode changeover..................... and 6500). ........ Tape off if light is not desired....... 8 8 9 9 10 Fig...... 22 Fig...... 3400................. 21 Fig......................... ......................................................... ........ HP10)................................ 1 Fig............... 17 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1161.............. .................. ................... Tape off if light is not desired. Relay wiring connections for Carrier equipment (typical 38BQ)................................ .................... Require relay (R8222B1067 typically) for proper operation............ 19 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1425......................................... Key to hookup symbols... 16 Fig..... Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate system........ .... Requires R8222B1067 Relay if outdoor section heas reset shunt relay and malfunction light indicator is desired on thermostat................... 18 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1763............. Requires R8222B1067 Relay if outdoor section has reset shunt relay and malfunction light indicator is desired on thermostat ..................................... 8 10 Fig...... 26 Fig....... 6 Page Number Using the T8611M on two-speed heat pump compressor equipment............... Relay wiring connections for Evcon/Coleman equipment (3200.......... 23 Fig.......... ......... 11 Fig................... 20 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T8611G1004 and T8611G1103............. ..... 6000............. 4 Fig............................................. .............. 31 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1308.......... 18 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1419 and Y594G1476....................... 22 Typical wiring diagram for T8611R1000... 12 Fig........... Relay wiring connections for Magic Chef equipment (PE Series)............. 3300...... 18 Fig......................... ....................................... 19 Fig......... 3 Fig.. .... .. 13 Fig.................................. 24 Fig........... 7 10 Fig.. 19 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1797... 24 Typical wiring diagram for T8611G2002 and T8611G2028.......... 3300).......................................................................................... 5 Fig........................................... Relay wiring connections for Mammoth.................... Equipment requires normaly energized emergency heat.................... 17 Fig.................... ........................... ............................ 2 Fig.... PC8900/W8900B1002....... HP22 Direct Replacements)....... 10 11 11 12 12 13 Fig............................................... 3360................ Equipment requires normally energized emergency heat......... .......................... Relay wiring connections for PC8900 in heat pump applications requiring separate Y1 and W1 terminals with a heating changeover.......... 9 11 Fig....... 30 Fig... 16 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841B1000........ 27 Fig.............. 15 NEMA Class 2 transformer band.................... ............. Relay wiring connections for PC8900 in heat pump applications requiring separate Y1 and W1 terminals with a cooling changeover.... 25 Fig................ Changing fan operation in emergency heat mode for electronic thermostats.................... .............................................. 28 Fig............... 14 Wiring Diagrams Fig................................... Relay wiring connections for Evcon/Coleman equipment (3200............................... 14 Fig.............. ... .. 15 Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1555..... 25 70-6627 • 119 ... ............................. 23 Typical wiring diagram for T8011R and T8411R............. 29 Fig..............

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