TECHNICAL INFORMATION BULLETIN
NEW FEATURES IN THE BECKETT R7184 SERIES 5
Advances in electronics technology are making an exciting impact in our oilheat industry. These developments
have enabled control manufacturers to put high-performance features into residential primary controls.
Since its introduction in 1999, the Beckett R7184 primary control has made advancements and added
features to meet the need of a changing industry. This technical bulletin will discuss some of the new
benefits and wiring improvements to the Beckett R7184 revision 5 primary control.
BECKETT R7184 PRIMARY CONTROL
The operational sequence, interrupted
ignition, limited recycle and reset,
diagnostic LED and communication
port remain consistent on the R7184A,
B, P revision 5 as with the previous
How to tell the revision level:
The Revision numbers 1, 2 and 3
are located on the label designated
by the number printed on its side.
Matching wire colors between components and control will
reduce mistakes during wiring.
Revisions 4 and 5 have been
Quick Connects on the lead wires from the burner components
relocated to the side of the primary
and wire harnesses allow quick component change-out and
control cover. The number also
reduce the number of leads in the wiring box.
is printed on its side.
Data port connection enables reading control characteristics
with Honeywell Diagnostick
, QS7100T tester or OnWatch
communication terminals have been added for
future networking customization for HVAC systems.
Series 5 Control:
Component color code
New and relocated features