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Erv24 Data Sheet Rev 2

Erv24 Data Sheet Rev 2

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Published by Ian Hugh Scott
Data sheet for the ERV24 Programmable Thermostat by SCI USA.
Data sheet for the ERV24 Programmable Thermostat by SCI USA.

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Published by: Ian Hugh Scott on Dec 27, 2011
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The ERV-24 brings you the cutting
edge in technology into an
extremely simple 24Vac thermostat.
FanCycler
®
methods are
incorporated into the attractive,
surface mounted thermostat which
has a large, easy-to-read, display.
24VAC Surface Mount Thermostat
With FanCycler
®
Applications
• Main Supply 24Vac
• Fresh Air Damper output - 24Vac – Power
Open / Spring close
• Remote sensor connection or Average option
• Offset for temperature reading adjustment
• Lock buttons (Tamper proof)
• Data Storage – Diagnostics
• FanCycler
®
build in
DIP Switch/Jumper selection
• Programmable or non Programmable
• Auto Change-Over or Manual Heat-Cool
• Compressor 3 minute delay
• Fan Mode (Electric or Oil/Gas)
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Protected by U.S. patents: US 5,547,017; 5,881,806; 6,431,268; CA 2,245,135
Speeds Heat Stages Cool Stages Model
1 1 1 ERV-24-HC11
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ERV-24-HC11 FanCycler.PPT
Rev. 2 Date: 15.12.2004
Fan Coil Thermostat
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Remote
Sensor
(Optional)
24Vac
Fresh Air Damper – Power open/Spring close
Fan
Heat
Compressor
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RS01
Temperature
sensor
Thermostat
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RS02
Average
Temperature
sensor
Thermostat
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Option 1 Option 2
RS02
Average
Temperature
sensor
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Thermostat
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Combo system pump cycling (multi-family application)
Fan Cycling availability at night in heating mode
Fan over-run after cooling operation
Ventilation damper cycling
Fan cycling
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Average length of heating cycle
Average length of cooling cycle
Average number of heating cycles per day (while in heating mode)
Average number of cooling cycles per day (while in cooling mode)
Average heating set point (while heating is active)
Average cooling set point (while cooling is active)
ERV-24-HC11 FanCycler.PPT
Rev. 2 Date: 15.12.2004

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Temperature Input Thermistor 50K@77°F
Flammability UL94V-0
Plastic PC/ABS
Accuracy ±1.5°F
Color White
Scale °F
Weight 0.3 Lbs. / 0.125 Kg
Temperature Range 50°F - 90°F
Temperature Average Sensor into decorative box RS02
WP4
RS01
TS01
Part Number
Decorative Back Plate for ERV
Temperature Sensor into decorative box
Temperature Sensor – 30 Inch Cable
Description
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TS01
RS01
RS02
92mm
80mm
Front view Side view
22mm
80mm
WP4
ERV-24-HC11 FanCycler.PPT
Rev. 2 Date: 15.12.2004
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The ERV-24-HC11 thermostat with FanCycler
®
has enhanced features to compliment
controlled mechanical ventilation systems. These features were configured by your
installing technician. A brief summary description follows:
FAN CYCLING CONFIGURATION —The purpose of fan cycling is to assure that the
central air handler fan will run enough to distribute ventilation air and evenly mix air
throughout the house when there is no demand for heating or cooling. Rather than
operate the fan continuously or by a simple timer that can’t consider prior operation, the
FanCycler
®
method saves energy and wear and tear on equipment by only operating the
fan if it hasn’t already operated enough.
VENTILATION DAMPER CYCLING —The purpose of cycling the ventilation damper is to
limit the possibility of over-ventilating during peak-load conditions which could cause
unnecessary space conditioning energy consumption. If the fan stays on longer than
needed for the introduction of ventilation air, the damper will automatically close.
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ERV-24-HC11 FanCycler.PPT
Rev. 2 Date: 15.12.2004

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