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T7350 Commercial Programmable

Thermostat
FOR SINGLE- OR MULTI-STAGE CONVENTIONAL/
HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

APPLICATION Location
Do not install the thermostat where it can be affected by:
The T7350 Commercial Programmable Thermostat — drafts or dead spots behind doors and in corners.
controls 24 Vac commercial single zone heating, — hot or cold air from ducts.
ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. The — radiant heat from sun or appliances.
T7350 consists of a thermostat and subbase. The — concealed pipes and chimneys.
thermostat includes the display and keypad for 7-day — unheated (uncooled) areas such as an outside wall
programming. The subbase includes equipment control behind the thermostat.
connections. The subbase mounts on the wall and the
thermostat mounts to the subbase. IMPORTANT
To avoid electrical interference, which can
cause erratic performances, keep wiring runs as
short as possible and do not run thermostat
MERCURY NOTICE wires adjacent to the line voltage electrical
distribution systems. Use shielded cable. The
If this control is replacing a control that contains
mercury in a sealed tube, do not place your old cable shield must be grounded only at the
control in the trash. Dispose of properly. controlled equipment case.

Contact your local waste management authority Subbase
for instructions regarding recycling and the
proper disposal of an old control. If you have WHEN USED TO SENSE ROOM TEMPERATURE
questions, call Honeywell Customer Care Center Install the thermostat about 5 ft. (1.5m) above the floor in
at 1-800-468-1502. an area with good air circulation at average temperature.
(See Fig. 1.)

INSTALLATION WHEN NOT USED TO SENSE ROOM TEMPERATURE
When using the remote-mounted temperature (and
humidity) sensor(s) to sense ambient conditions, install
When Installing this Product... the thermostat in an area that is accessible for setting
and adjusting the temperature and settings.
1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow
them could damage the product or cause a
hazardous condition.
2. Check ratings given in instructions and on the CAUTION
product to ensure the product is suitable for your Equipment Damage Hazard.
application. Can damage the TIM connection beyond
3. Installer must be a trained, experienced service repair.
technician. Disconnect the TIM cable prior to opening or
4. After installation is complete, check out product closing the thermostat cover.
operation as provided in these instructions.
NOTE: Allow sufficient clearance below the thermostat
to plug in the TIM cable.
CAUTION Install the remote-mounted sensor(s) about 5 ft. (1.5m)
Electrical Shock or Equipment Damage above the floor in an area with good air circulation at
Hazard. average temperature. (See Fig. 1.)
Can shock individuals or short equipment
circuitry. If multiple remote sensors are required, they must be
Disconnect power supply before installation. arranged in a temperature averaging network consisting
of four sensors. (See Fig. 2.)

Place Bar Code Here

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when not level. Securely tighten each terminal screw. 3.T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT NOTE: Only TR21 models with no setpoint adjustment 2. Four TR21 sensors providing temperature averaging network for T7350 Thermostat. Loosely insert the mounting screws into the holes. 5. 3. Push excess wire back into the hole in the wall. Use a pencil to mark the mounting holes. 3. Engage top subbase tabs into the thermostat top. drill two 7/32 in.6 mm) holes. 1. Refer to the Wiring Diagram section starting on orientation does not matter. sensor. Tighten mounting screws. then remove • When using the internal temperature or humidity the top. For firmer material such as plaster or wood.8 mm) holes in the wall (if drywall) as marked. standard. Typical location of thermostat or remote-mounted sensor. (See Fig. mount the thermostat: 1. 7. M4823A WIRES THROUGH WALL MOUNTING HOLES Fig. the device must be mounted horizontally (with the LCD facing upwards). 62-0195—06 2 . no extra hardware is required. — Mount to European standard wall box (having 2. The subbase mounts horizontally. by 4 in. pulling wires NO NO 5 FEET through the wiring opening. (Fig. A letter code is located near Wall mounting (using standard drywall screws) is each terminal for identification. The thermostat functions properly even 2. Position and level the subbase. Plug the hole with nonflammable insulation to prevent drafts from affecting the thermostat. and ordinances. Mounting Subbase 2. 1. thermostat mounting available. can be used for temperature averaging. Loosen subbase terminal screws and connect NOTE: A level wallplate is only for appearance. Press the lower edge of the case to latch. page 8 for typical hookups. Swing the thermostat down. Mounting to a 2 in. Do not use wire smaller than 22-gauge. (4. first pull IMPORTANT out at the bottom of the thermostat.4 in. 2. M29184 Mounting Thermostat on Subbase Fig. Wiring • When using remote room temperature and Follow equipment manufacturer wiring instructions when humidity sensors. 3. (60. (5.) 3. All wiring must comply with local electrical codes — for a vertical box. Remove the subbase from the wall and drill two 3/16 in.8 mm by 101. system wires. YES 4. Mounting the subbase. 1. NOTE: To remove the thermostat from the wall. Precise leveling is not needed.6 mm) wiring box can be accomplished: IMPORTANT — for a horizontal box. (50.3 mm) between mounting screws in a horizontal NOTE: Maximum (and recommended) wire size is 18- line) with or without adaptive hardware. SUBBASE T4 T3 TR21 TR21 WALL ANCHORS T T T T (2) MOUNTING TR21 TR21 SCREWS T T T T M19608 Fig. 4. 4) With the subbase installed.5 METERS) 6. Position the subbase over the holes. (1. Gently tap anchors (provided) into the drilled holes NO until flush with the wall. part 209651A is required. gauge.

Fan Settings — On: See Table 1. A. when set for conventional heat. Setting Temperature Refer to Table 2 for the default temperature setpoints.e. NOTE: Use System and Fan keys to change settings. Occupancy Call for Heat/Cool Scheduled Sensor Signal Yes No SETTINGS Occupied Occupied On On Occupied Unoccupied On Off a Using Thermostat Keys Standby *Doesn’t Matter On Off a The thermostat keys are used to: Not Occupied *Doesn’t Matter On Off a • set current time and day. a In heat mode. — Auto: Fan always cycles with call for heat or cool. Fig. plenum switch) controls fan operation in heat mode. M19609 — Cooling choices are 0 or 40 seconds. cooling. • set system and fan operation. PRESS LOWER EDGE OF CASE TO LATCH. plenum switch) could power the fan despite • display present setting. — Heat: Thermostat controls heating. ENGAGE TABS AT TOP OF THERMOSTAT AND SUBBASE OR WALLPLATE.e. Compressor stages are locked off. the equip- • override the program temperatures. — Conventional: The equipment (i. — Off: Heating. Mounting thermostat on subbase. 4. — Cool: Thermostat controls cooling. Thermostat controls fan operation in cool mode. Setting System and Fan System default setting is Auto. 5 for keypad information. 3 62-0195—06 . Fan on control logic. Thermostat key locations. Temperature Set Day/Time Override Occupied Not Occupied Temporary Temporary Day Time Occupied Not Occupied HEAT COOL HEAT COOL Schedule System Fan Run Clear Day Occupied Not Occupied Start Time Copy HEAT COOL ON AUTO Schedule M19610 Fig. ment (i. System Settings — Auto: Thermostat automatically changes between heating and cooling based on indoor temperature. and fan are all off. the T7350. Table 1. B. — Electric Heat: Thermostat controls fan operation in both heat and cool modes. NOTES: Fan operation can extend (delay Off) after the heating/cooling turns off: — Heating choices are 0 or 90 seconds. • program times and setpoints for heating and cooling. — Em Heat: Auxiliary heat serves as first stage. Fan default setting is On. T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT NOTE: See Fig. 5. • perform simple configuration. See the Product Data (form 63-2605) for complete instructions on changing the setpoints.

Tap to switch to another variable. NOTES: 5. See Setup Using Keypad section. Options are: • 0: No lockout. b. 2. Review the factory settings in Table 2. 8. use the up S or down T key. operating. Heat pump and electric heat systems must be 10. Default setpoints. A combination of key presses are required to use the To change the keypad lockout state: Installer Setup feature: 1. To exit the Installer Setup. . dehumidification high limit. all changes are lost. use the up S or down T key to change NO to YES before pressing Run Schedule again. NOTE: Spreadsheets of the CnfgID values are available Control Occupied Not Occupied Standby online at http://customer. To exit the Installer Setup. 6. Configuration Limited configuration can be done with the keypad using NOTE: When power is first applied to the thermostat. For most applications. Select the desired configuration. details. check other Fig. press and hold both the Run Schedule and the Copy keys until DEG F (or Run Schedule and the Copy keys until DEG F (or DEG C) displays. To adjust each variable to match PDA indication: CAUTION a. mode displays the T7350 firmware version Temporary Not Occupied. thermostat to specific systems. Table 2. Temporary Standby Set Set Schedule Room 4. Tap until C1 appears on the right end of the dis- System Fan play. 5. (Refer to form 63-2605 for details. Fan must be running when system is b. Display prompts SAV CFG (save configuration). tap CnfgID. items to ensure they are set properly. ensure the 4. Display prompts SAV CFG (save configuration). To return to a Setup item. LCD display of all segments. Press until KYLCK displays. PM % 6. On the summary screen. use — No options lockout special keypress func- the up S or down T key to change NO to YES tions. 11. Tap the up S or down T key for fine control. The PDA determines the proper CnfgID. down T and number.com Heating 70°F (21°C) 55°F (13°C) 67°F (19°C) The PDA T7350 Configuration Tool or the PC Tool Cooling 75°F (24°C) 85°F (29°C) 78°F (26°C) LonSpec can also be used as follows: 1. • 2: Lockout all keys except . press Run Schedule. 3. 2. press . Open the PDA Config Tool Application. If you want the configuration to remain as it was before starting this change. If you want to save it. Enter the Installer Setup: press and hold both the 1. 4.honeywell. Make note of the values. Hold down the up S or down T key to adjust Possible Equipment Damage. 3. 62-0195—06 4 . Press both Copy and Run Schedule. In order to determine the proper display will show all segments (see Fig. 3. up S. If you want to save the new configuration. b. To enter the Installer Setup. 12. Em Heat Off Cool Auto Dehumid OnAuto M19611 NOTE: While stepping toward C1. To change a setting. 2. Schedule.) Setting Keypad Lockout Proper keypad sequences activate the lockout features. a. More advanced features are available using this tool. NOTE: Pressing Run/Copy again while in this • 1: Lockout all keys except Temporary Occupied. See the Special Functions section for before pressing Run Schedule.T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT INSTALLER SETUP NOTE: Installer Setup is automatically exited after five minutes with no key pressed. To advance to the next Installer Setup number. the the Configuration ID. If you want to save the new configuration. — Options 1 and 2 do not allow adjustments on 6. Not Occupied12 StartTime AM 5. Upon this auto- matic exit. a. Return to step 8 and repeat the process until all configured correctly to prevent equipment damage configuration values are set properly. DEG C) displays. ensure the display indicates SAV CFG NO and press Run NOTE: The T7350 has serial communications to Schedule. MonTueWedThuFri SatSunHol MinsDays 7. use Setup Using Keypad the up S or down T key to change NO to YES The installer uses the Installer Setup to customize the before pressing Run Schedule. cycle through the options. exit Installer display indicates SAV CFG NO and press Run Setup by pressing Run Schedule. the value quickly. Once the proper option is chosen. before starting this change. 9. codes to use for the Configuration Variables (CnfgID). facilitate use of an installer configuration tool. press Run Schedule. Use the up S or down T key to change the setting. For basic setup functions. the thermostat factory settings do not need to be changed. 6). If you want the configuration to remain as it was the thermostat can be configured using the keypad. Display prompts SAV CFG. caused by the system running without the fan.

Temporary Not Sets holiday length. temp occ.) NOTES: The display returns to default screen after pressing Run Schedule (or after a period of time without keypress): — ten seconds: when returning from temporary setpoint changes. Clear Start Time Clears start time for specified period and day.a Run Schedule Resumes running schedule (cancels Temporary Occupied action. Schedule Day Selects day schedule to modify. When setting times or temperatures. Time Sets time. Holiday. and Auto. — one minute: when returning from setting clock/day. Cool Set Day Sets day of week. day. fan cycles with call for heat or cool. Heat Occupied Sets Occupied Cool setpoint. Also can make temporary change in temperature setpoint. User selects number of days (“0”-”99”). for more details. User can Occupied modify setpoints. When setting times or temperatures. day. 5 62-0195—06 .) a On: Continuous fan operation (occupied and standby). Toggles between On and Auto. Tapping key with “Set Value” segment on increases time in one hour increments. T7350 Key Function Summary. Up Arrow S Raises setpoint. or time. During not occupied periods. Tapping key with 'Set Value' segment on increases current day (same effect as Up Arrow key). and/ or Temporary setpoint changes. Off. Heat Not Occupied Sets Not Occupied Cool setpoint. Auto: Fan cycles with call for heat or cool during all periods. (Used also with copy key. or time. Repeatedly press this key to toggle between two not occupied events. Repeatedly press this key to toggle between two occupied events. and temp not occ. hold key down to continuously decrease value. — ten minutes: when returning from System Checkout. Toggles through Em Heat. System Selects System Mode. Grouping Button Definition Information Down Arrow T Lowers setpoint. Also can make temporary change in temperature setpoint. Fan Selects fan operation mode. Not Occupied Selects not occupied event start times for specified day.) Occupied Selects occupied event start times for specified day. form 63-2605. Copy Copies schedule from one day to another. Cool Not Occupied Sets Not Occupied Heat setpoint. Temperature Occupied Sets Occupied Heat setpoint. T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Table 3. Cool. Heat. Information Obtains information (where humidity “high-limit” can be set). Override Temporary Temporary occupied setting for length of time defined by installer. cycles through setup options. — five minutes: when returning from all other modes. hold key down to continuously increase value. or “---” for Occupied continuous override. info screen. (See Product Data Sheet.

ensure display indicates 3. or circuit is either open or shorted. 2. repeat the above process. The display gives the option to TEST. To cancel this option. Press both Info and Copy. To restore the factory schedule. NO. If missing 24 Vac: • Check if circuit breaker is tripped. if so. The display gives the option to GET SHD. Temperature Room temperature display has been Use PDA configuration software to recalibrate as display is recalibrated. Performing this operation saves the current schedule (including holidays) to memory. ensure display indicates down T until the display indicates YES. replace fuse. a. the display. a. desired. Press Run Schedule. Press Run Schedule. press up S or — The system test times out after ten minutes down T until the display indicates YES. To cancel this option. Press Schedule Day. NO. reset circuit breaker. a. a. setpoints and schedules. restores factory defaults for all configuration. Occupied and Not Occupied Restore Factory Configuration (Run/Clear) simultaneously. 62-0195—06 6 . then reconfigure display. To start the system test: 1. Press Run Schedule. ensure display indicates The minimum off time for compressors is NO. Thermostat is configured for °F or °C Press both Run Schedule and Copy. Get User Schedule (Info/Run) Getting the user schedule restores the schedule Test Mode (Occupied/Not Occupied/Schedule Day) (including holidays) from saved memory. Press both Run Schedule and Info. Relocate the thermostat. IMPORTANT a. 2. Troubleshooting Information. To cancel this option. can occur if the compressor is cycled too quickly. overwriting the schedule currently in use: CAUTION 1. cycled too quickly. press up S or Equipment damage can result if compressor is down T until the display indicates YES. with no key pressed. • Check if system fuse is blown. Press both Run Schedule and Clear Start Time. incorrect. To cancel this option. set to the On position. press up S or 2. Replace broken wires and tighten loose connections. Display shows three dashes and a degree T7350 is set for remote sensing and sensor is missing sign (all systems shut down). b. Check for 24 Vac between X and RH terminals. To cancel this option. Check that X terminal is connected to the system come on. • Check wiring between thermostat and HVAC equipment. reconfiguration. proceed with troubleshooting. If 24 Vac is present. overwriting the old saved Get Factory Schedule (Info/Clear) schedule: Performing this operation reverts the schedules to the 1. Equipment damage 3. press up S or down T until This operation erases current configuration and the display indicates IN TEST. Press both Info and Clear Start Time. — To verify whether or not the system test is still 2. Possible Equipment Damage. factory defaults: 2. transformer. bypassed during Test Mode. Save User Schedule (Info/Copy) 3. • Check if the HVAC equipment power switch is in the Off position. The display gives the option to revert to FAC CFG. NOTES: 1. Symptom Possible Cause Action Display will not Thermostat is not being powered. b. To restore the factory defaults. To retrieve the saved schedule. The display gives the option to revert to FAC SCH. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (TABLE 4) Table 4.T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Special Functions Use Test Mode to check the thermostat configurations and operation. if so. active. 3. down T until the display indicates YES. To save the current schedule. To enter test mode. b. press up S or b. Bad thermostat location. the old configuration requires device 3. Press Run Schedule. ensure display indicates parameters. To regain NO TEST. Press Run Schedule. b. if so. The display gives the option to revert to SAV SHD. 1. ensure the display indicates NO.

Check for 24 Vac between X and RH terminals. When a locked key is • Use PDA (Set. no call for cool/heat is yet given. set to the On position. Check wiring between thermostat and HVAC equipment. Check if any stage indicators (dots next to the system (flame: heat. if so. keypad lock level. out of control. 7 62-0195—06 . Conventional heating equipment turns the Wait one minute after seeing the on indicator and then fan on only after the furnace has warmed check the registers. • Check if system fuse is blown. reset circuit breaker. Cooling will not No power to the thermostat. (Continued) Symptom Possible Cause Action Temperature Upper or lower temperature limits were Check the temperature setpoints: settings will not reached. is displayed. If 24 Vac is present. System selection is set to Off or Heat. Wait up to five minutes for the system to respond. Set system selection to Heat or Auto. Heat will not No power to the thermostat. T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Table 4. Room Remote temperature sensing is not Check all remote sensors. If necessary. With no display of stage snowflake: cool) indicators. Replace broken wires and tighten loose connections. transformer. if so. Display) to unlock keypad. A MODHEAT or MODCOOL percentage of air is coming from zero indicates a signal of 4 mA from the given terminal. If missing 24 Vac: Check if circuit breaker is tripped. transformer. temperature is working. set to the On position. Check for 24 Vac between X and RH terminals. If 24 Vac is present. Check if system fuse is blown. pressed. if so. Troubleshooting Information. reset circuit breaker. System indicator The call for heat or cool is not yet given. reconfigure the stop(s). Wait up to five minutes for the system to respond. replace fuse. the registers. LOCKED appears momentarily • Press both Run Schedule and Copy. if so. replace fuse. test. • Heating limits are 40 to 90°F (7 to 31°C) change. Check if the HVAC equipment power switch is in the Off position. Check that X terminal is connected to the system come on. Set system selection to Cool or Auto. check setpoint stops. • Check if the HVAC equipment power switch is in the Off position. Thermostat minimum off time is activated. indicator) are displayed. heating higher or cooling lower. then change on the LCD. • Check wiring between thermostat and HVAC equipment. Check that X terminal is connected to the system come on. Thermostat minimum off time is activated.) Keypad is locked. Use PDA to configure cooling response. proceed with troubleshooting. Replace broken wires and tighten loose connections. if so. Use PDA to configure heating response. to a setpoint. proceed with troubleshooting. System selection is set to Off or Cool. Heating or cooling equipment is not Verify operation of heating or cooling equipment in self- operating. If missing 24 Vac: • Check if circuit breaker is tripped. Cannot set stops were configured. if so. • Cooling limits are 45 to 99°F (9 to 37°C) (Example: Occupied setpoint temperature range Using a PDA. but For T7350M models only: Check the information no warm or cool screens.

M19764A Fig. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. 62-0195—06 8 . Typical hookup of T7350B in two-stage heat and two-stage cool heat pump system with two transformers. TR23 REMOTE SENSOR OUTDOOR AIR SENSOR BYPASS SET PT SENSOR COMPRESSOR GND LED CONTACTOR 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DISCHARGE AIR HEAT SENSOR RELAY 2 SUBBASE T5 T6 T7 T4 T3 OS OS AS AS W2 Y2 X RH RC AUX W1 Y1 G 2 HEAT FAN RELAY 1 RELAY COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 1 3 L2 ECONOMIZER L2 1 1 L1 L1 (HOT) (HOT) HEATING COOLING TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 1 POWER SUPPLY.T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT WIRING DIAGRAMS (FIG. 2 WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS. Typical hookup of T7350A in two-stage heat and one-stage cool conventional system with two transformers. 2 WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS. 7-14) SUBBASE 2 X RH RC AUX W1 Y1 G HEAT FAN RELAY 1 RELAY COMPRESSOR HEAT CONTACTOR 1 RELAY 2 L2 L2 1 1 L1 L1 (HOT) (HOT) HEATING COOLING TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 1 POWER SUPPLY. 3 USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. M32140 Fig. 8. 7. REMOVE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. REMOVE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

REMOVE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. 10. 3 USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. 9 62-0195—06 . Typical hookup of T7350B in three-stage heat and two-stage cool heat pump system with two transformers. 2 WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS. TR23 REMOTE SENSOR OUTDOOR AIR AUX HEAT SENSOR BYPASS SET PT SENSOR STAGE 1 GND LED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DISCHARGE AIR COMPRESSOR SENSOR CONTACTOR 2 SUBBASE T5 T6 T7 T4 T3 OS OS AS AS W2 Y2 X RH RC AUX O/B Y1 G 2 CHANGE FAN OVER RELAY COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 1 3 L2 ECONOMIZER L2 1 1 L1 L1 (HOT) (HOT) HEATING COOLING TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 1 POWER SUPPLY. M32142 Fig. Typical hookup of T7350B in three-stage heat and two-stage cool conventional system with two transformers. T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT TR23 REMOTE SENSOR OUTDOOR AIR HEAT SENSOR BYPASS SET PT SENSOR RELAY 2 GND LED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DISCHARGE AIR COMPRESSOR SENSOR CONTACTOR 2 SUBBASE T5 T6 T7 T4 T3 OS OS AS AS W2 Y2 2 X RH RC AUX W1 Y1 G HEAT FAN RELAY 1 RELAY COMPRESSOR HEAT CONTACTOR 1 RELAY 3 L2 L2 1 1 L1 L1 (HOT) (HOT) HEATING COOLING TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 1 POWER SUPPLY. 9. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. REMOVE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. M32141 Fig. 2 WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS.

WHICH IS ALSO TIED TO TERMINAL 1 COMMON AT THE SENSOR. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. Typical hookup of T7350D in two-stage heat and four-stage cool conventional system. 2 WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS. WHICH IS ALSO TIED TO TERMINAL 1 COMMON AT THE SENSOR. M32143 Fig. 62-0195—06 10 . REMOVE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. M29254 Fig. TR23-H REMOTE SENSOR OUTDOOR MODULATING R AIR – COOL SENSOR BYPASS SET PT SENSOR + (4-20 mA) X GND LED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DISCHARGE MODULATING R AIR – HEAT SENSOR + (4-20 mA) X SUBBASE T5 T6 T7 T4 T3 OS OS AS AS MX MH MC HS HC HP M M X RH RC AUX W1 Y1 G 4 2 HUMIDITY HEAT FAN MOTION SENSOR RELAY 1 RELAY SENSOR COMPRESSOR 3 CONTACTOR 1 L2 L2 1 ECONOMIZER 1 L1 L1 (HOT) (HOT) HEATING COOLING TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 1 POWER SUPPLY. 3 HEAT/COOL SYSTEMS WITH ONE TRANSFORMER REQUIRE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. 2 ENSURE TRANSFORMER IS SIZED TO HANDLE THE LOAD. Typical hookup of T7350M in two-stage heat (one modulating) and two-stage cool (one modulating) conventional system with two transformers.T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT TR23-H REMOTE SENSOR OUTDOOR AIR SENSOR HEAT BYPASS SET PT SENSOR RELAY 2 GND LED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DISCHARGE AIR COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR SENSOR CONTACTOR 4 CONTACTOR 2 SUBBASE T5 T6 T7 T4 T3 OS OS AS AS W3/Y4 Y3 W2 Y2 HS HC HP M M X RH RC AUX W1 Y1 G 5 COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 3 HUMIDITY MOTION 3 HEAT FAN SENSOR SENSOR RELAY 1 RELAY COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 1 4 L2 1 2 ECONOMIZER L1 (HOT) 1 POWER SUPPLY. 12. 3 USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. 4 USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. 4 WHEN USING THE TR23-H FOR HUMIDITY SENSING THERE IS NO NEED TO WIRE HC TERMINAL BECAUSE THE T3 TERMINAL IS INTERNALLY TIED TO HC. 5 WHEN USING THE TR23-H FOR HUMIDITY SENSING THERE IS NO NEED TO WIRE HC TERMINAL BECAUSE THE T3 TERMINAL IS INTERNALLY TIED TO HC. 11.

3 HEAT/COOL SYSTEMS WITH ONE TRANSFORMER REQUIRE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. 2 WHEN INSTALLED ON A SYSTEM WITH TWO TRANSFORMERS. M32144 Fig. TR23-H REMOTE SENSOR OUTDOOR 4 SENSOR AIR COMPRESSOR BYPASS SET PT SENSOR ECONOMIZER CONTACTOR 2 GND LED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DISCHARGE HEAT HEAT AIR RELAY 3 RELAY 2 SENSOR SUBBASE T5 T6 T7 T4 T3 OS OS AS AS AUX W3/Y4 Y3 W2 Y2 EB EB HS HC HP M M X RH RC AUX W1 Y1 G 5 COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 3 LONWORKS® HUMIDITY MOTION 3 HEAT FAN BUS SENSOR RELAY 1 RELAY SENSOR LONWORKS® BUS COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 1 L2 1 2 L1 (HOT) 1 POWER SUPPLY. 11 62-0195—06 . 4 USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. 2 ENSURE TRANSFORMER IS SIZED TO HANDLE THE LOAD. 4 WHEN USING THE TR23-H FOR HUMIDITY SENSING THERE IS NO NEED TO WIRE HC TERMINAL BECAUSE THE T3 TERMINAL IS INTERNALLY TIED TO HC. WHICH IS ALSO TIED TO TERMINAL 1 COMMON AT THE SENSOR. 14. T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT TR23-H REMOTE SENSOR OUTDOOR MODULATING R AIR – COOL SENSOR BYPASS SET PT SENSOR + (4-20 mA) X GND LED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DISCHARGE MODULATING R AIR – HEAT SENSOR + (4-20 mA) X SUBBASE T5 T6 T7 T4 T3 OS OS AS AS MX MH MC AUX EB EB HS HC HP M M X RH RC AUX W1 Y1 G 4 2 LONWORKS® HUMIDITY MOTION HEAT FAN BUS SENSOR SENSOR RELAY 1 RELAY LONWORKS® BUS COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR 1 3 L2 L2 1 ECONOMIZER 1 L1 L1 (HOT) (HOT) HEATING COOLING TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. Typical hookup of T7350H1017 for system with two independent heat stages (one modulating). and two transformers. 3 USE ECONOMIZER INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. REMOVE THE FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. 5 WHEN USING THE TR23-H FOR HUMIDITY SENSING THERE IS NO NEED TO WIRE HC TERMINAL BECAUSE THE T3 TERMINAL IS INTERNALLY TIED TO HC. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. WHICH IS ALSO TIED TO TERMINAL 1 COMMON AT THE SENSOR M32145 Fig. 13. two independent cool stages (one modulating). Typical hookup of T7350H1009 in three-stage heat and three-stage cool conventional system with one transformer.

NOTES: Options Utilizing Auxiliary Output — These methods operate only during cooling. Ontario M1V 4Z9 © 2010 Honeywell International Inc. the range of 10 to 90 percent relative humidity. dehumidification. setpoint. or resulting from. it reduces the dew point to provide the customer with a sense of comfort due to a lower NOTE: The dehumidification high limit can be set within temperature setting in the room. in the room. cost.S. method. ON Time Simple Dehumid(ification) Dehumidifies by increasing the compressor minimum on The auxiliary output: time (normally 3 minutes) by a programmable amount. Control Through Cooling Configure using some combination of the following: NOTE: Hysteresis and a minimum timer prevent the — Minimum On. remains energized during calls for multiple — The minimum on time can be set within the cooling stages. arising out of. Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée 35 Dynamic Drive ® U.honeywell. NOTE: Hysteresis and a minimum timer prevent short cycling of this output. the literature. — Hot Gas Bypass Dehumidification. 2. They are: can cause frequent setpoint adjustments. — Simple Dehumidification.K. Min. Reheat Humidity Cooling Stages Active Auxiliary Output Dehumidifies by operating cooling during typical off time. from and against any liability. As long as RH stays above humidity high limit setpoint. setpoint from short interval alternation (between — Reheat. Rev.T7350 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT DEHUMIDIFICATION (T7350D. 62-0195—06 K. The other two use the auxiliary output to relative humidity (RH) rises above humidity high limit control another device. 06-10 customer. By using this Honeywell literature. this setpoint is maintained. The T7350 maintains the proper setpoint by running the High more than one De-energized heat at the same time. MN 55422 modification to the literature by you. NOTES: NOTES: — Hysteresis and a minimum timer prevent — Can force wider temperature swings by short cycling of this output. IMPORTANT Though this may not technically reduce relative humidity Configurable only with a PDA. including attorneys’ fees. cooling when setpoint control does not — Unlike Dehumid Hot Gas BP the relay require it. you agree that Honeywell will have no liability for any damages arising out of your use or modification to. standard and reset setpoints). — Hysteresis and a minimum timer are used to Dehumid Hot Gas BP ensure this behavior does not change with The auxiliary output operates as shown in Table 5. . any Golden Valley. or damages.A. Auxiliary output during call for multiple cooling stages for NOTES: two reasons: — The heat stage never energizes during 1.M) There are five methods through which the T7350 can Reset Temp SetPt control for dehumidification. This is useful with oversized systems in that it forces the — De-energizes when RH drops below humidity high limit. coils to cool to a point where dehumidification can occur. Table 5.S. every equipment cycle. There are two dehumidification options that utilize the — Selecting both Reheat and Reset options auxiliary output. Hot Gas Bypass Dehumidification Logic. its affiliates and subsidiaries. thus providing limited dehumidification number of degrees below the actual setpoint when room through cooling. the Low one or less De-energized T7350 operates heating and the cooling simultaneously. You will defend 1985 Douglas Drive North and indemnify Honeywell. — Energizes when RH rises above humidity high limit. Registered Trademark Toronto. Multiple cooling stages probably provide necessary — The T7350M does not support the Reheat dehumidification. range of 5 to 15 minutes. — Reset.com Printed in U. — Reheat mode cannot occur during heating. Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell International Inc. This selection is not recommended.H. Three of them modify the The room temperature setpoint resets to a specified control algorithm. This method assumes that the cooling provides Reheat if more than one cool stage is on. This is normal. High one or less Energized IMPORTANT Low more than one De-energized At times during Reheat dehumidification.