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110-1175 English
7/17/06
1:59 PM
110-1175
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9801
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DELUXE
PROGRAMMABLE
9825
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THERMOSTATS
User's Manual
Menu Driven Display
Humidify / Dehumidify Control
Fully Programmable
Brighter / Adjustable Backlight
Night Light Option
Auto Changeover
Automatic Daylight Saving Time
24 VAC with
Worry-Free Memory Storage
English, Spanish or
French Display Option
Five Year Warranty
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Summary of Contents

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 1 9801 DELUXE PROGRAMMABLE 9825 THERMOSTATS User's Manual Menu Driven Display Humidify / Dehumidify Control Fully Programmable Brighter / Adjustable Backlight Night Light Option Auto Changeover Automatic Daylight Saving Time 24 VAC with Worry-Free Memory Storage English, Spanish or French Display Option 110-1175...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents, Table Of Contents

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Safety Information ......................................4 Know Your Thermostat’s Controls and Displays Control Buttons ........................................5 Displays..........................................6-7 Choose Heating/Cooling ........................................8 Override Current Settings (Hold) Temporary ..........................................9 Vacation ............................................9 Auto Changeover ........................................10 Override Fan Operation ........................................11 Programming the Thermostat Reset to EnergyStar ......................................12...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 3 Customize the Display Fahrenheit or Celsius ......................................19 Show Set Temperature ......................................19 Choose a Language (English, French or Spanish) ............................19 Temperature Offset (Calibrate the Thermostat) ..............................19 Resolution (Temperature Display) ..................................19 Air Quality Service Reminders (Filter, UV Light, Humidifier Pad)........................20 Display Settings –...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 4 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING: • Always turn off power at the main power source by unscrewing fuse or switching circuit breaker to the off position before installing, removing, or cleaning this thermostat. • Read all of the information in this manual before programming this thermostat. •...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 5 KNOW YOUR THERMOSTAT'S CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS page 1 of 3 NOTE: In many cases the installer made the initial setup of your thermostat. That was based on your preferences and the characteristics of your heating/cooling system. Our User’s Guide gives information allowing you to make basic modifications for your home environment at any time.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 6 KNOW YOUR THERMOSTAT'S CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS page 2 of 3 3 Typical Main Screen Views Animated system icon – flame indicates Animated fan icon – rotating blade shows the fan is on. heating mode. A snowflake indicates cooling mode.

  • Page 7: Displays

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 7 KNOW YOUR THERMOSTAT'S CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS page 3 of 3 3 Typical Menu Views Menu title Item to select Up and down arrows show there are more menu items. Equipment Setup Menu 1st Stg Cool 2nd Stg Cool Short Cycle 5Min...

  • Page 8: Choose Heating/cooling

    The main screen displays a small letter E next to the . Note: Emer will not automatically energize on the 9801i2. You will need to manually select it from the Current Mode menu. Note: Balance points are not an option when an outdoor sensor is installed with the 9801i2.

  • Page 9: Temporary, Vacation

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 9 OVERRIDE CURRENT SETTINGS page 1 of 2 NOTES: These directions are for both Heating and Cooling. Hold does not appear in the Main Menu if Off is the selected mode. To access the Override Settings, select Menu on the main screen. Hold –...

  • Page 10: Auto Changeover

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 10 OVERRIDE CURRENT SETTINGS page 2 of 2 Setting a hold when the operating mode is Auto Changeover. When the selected mode is Auto Changeover, setting a hold means that two setpoints (one for heat and one for cool) have to be chosen.

  • Page 11: Override Fan Operation, Programming The Thermostat

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 11 OVERRIDE FAN OPERATION NOTE: Choosing a fan mode (On, Auto or Intermittent) with the Fan Menu overrides the fan choices made when you use the Main Menu’s Schedule option. (See PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT on page 12 and 13.) Select Menu from the main screen.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 12 PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT page 1 of 2 EnergyStar ® Event Setpoints About EnergyStar ® Winter Summer Your thermostat has been preprogrammed with a schedule of setpoints (Heating) (Cooling) recommended by EnergyStar (www.energystar.gov). This schedule is designed Morning 70°F (21°C) 78°F (25°C)

  • Page 13: Program, Sensor

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 13 PROGRAMMING THE THERMOSTAT page 2 of 2 From the main screen, select Menu, then Schedule, then Program. This will take you to the Select Select Program Days Mon To Sun Program Days menu. The choices are: Mon To Fri Mon to Sun –...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 14 TIME & DAY NOTE: The main screen time/day/date line flashes until time and date are set. Main Menu Hold Select Time & Day from the Main Menu. Schedule Time & Day Back Select With the Time &...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 15 HUMIDIFY Main Menu Choose Humidify from the Main Menu. Time & Day The three items available in this menu are explained below. Humidify Dehumidify Comfort Settings Select Back Mode choices are: Off – Humidity level will not be controlled through the thermostat. Humidify Menu With Heating –...

  • Page 16: Dehumidify, Comfort Settings

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 16 DEHUMIDIFY Main Menu Choose Dehumidify from the Main Menu. Time & Day The three items available in this menu are explained below. Humidify Dehumidify Comfort Settings Select Back Dehumidify Menu Mode choices are: Mode Off –...

  • Page 17: St Stage Differential, Nd Stage Differential, Nd Stage Delay, Sensor

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 17 COMFORT SETTINGS page 1 of 2 NOTE: Every person has preferences about personal comfort. The following pages refer to a level of satisfaction with your home environment as it relates to the operation of the heating and cooling system. Comfort Settings control equipment cycling (on/off periods), staging and sensors that may be connected to your thermostat.

  • Page 18: Deadband, Efficient Recovery

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 18 COMFORT SETTINGS page 2 of 2 Deadband is used only when the thermostat is set in the Auto Changeover mode. The deadband refers Comfort Settings Menu to a band or range between the heating and cooling setpoints that controls how often the thermostat Sensor Program Deadband...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 19 CUSTOMIZE THE DISPLAY page 1 of 2 User Preferences provides you with more ways to customize the displayed information and maintain optimal comfort. Main Menu From the Main Menu, choose User Preferences. Comfort Settings User Preferences System Settings User Security...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 20 CUSTOMIZE THE DISPLAY page 2 of 2 Air Quality – Sets service reminders for parts of the heating/cooling system that need User Preference Menu Temp Offset 0.0°F periodic attention. Resolution Tenths° Based on the intervals you set, these service reminders are displayed on the main screen Air Quality Display Setting when a part needs to be serviced:...

  • Page 21: Equipment Setup

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 21 SYSTEM SETTINGS page 1 of 5 NOTE: Only the installing contractor should set System Settings. Choose System Settings from the Main Menu. Main Menu Comfort Settings The System Settings Menu gives nine more ways to get the most from the thermostat. User Preferences System Settings The information below describes how these features enhance thermostat performance.

  • Page 22: Short Cycle, Residual Cool

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 22 SYSTEM SETTINGS page 2 of 5 1st Stage Cool equipment – Select Yes or No. Equipment Setup Menu 2nd Stage Cool equipment can be selected for 9825i2 models only – Select Yes or No. 1st Stg Cool 2nd Stg Cool Short Cycle –...

  • Page 23

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 23 SYSTEM SETTINGS page 3 of 5 Select Service Intervals to set service reminders for primary system components of the System Settings Menu heating/cooling system that need periodic attention. Balance Points Service Intervals Based on the intervals you set, these reminders are displayed on the main screen when a part Cooling Limit 45°F needs to be serviced:...

  • Page 24: Contact Information, Auto Changeover, Reset To Defaults

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 24 SYSTEM SETTINGS page 4 of 5 Auto Changeover – When this feature is selected, it allows the System Settings Menu thermostat to switch automatically between heating and cooling Auto Changeover Warning! Adjusting Contact Info Auto Changeover May to maintain the optimal temperature.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 25 SYSTEM SETTINGS page 5 of 5 System Settings Menu Security On/Off – This item provides security for the System Settings Menu only. Auto Changeover Contact Info Reset To Defaults Security On/Off Back Select Enter PIN to To enable Security: Main Menu...

  • Page 26

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 26 PREVENT THERMOSTAT ACCESS Choose User Security from the from the Main Menu when you want to prevent others from modifying thermostat operation. In effect, you can make the thermostat tamperproof. Select User Security from the Main Menu. Main Menu Comfort Settings Two choices are available:...

  • Page 27: Tech Support

    Select Back Thermostat model number Software version Tech Support Model 9825i vX.X ABC HEAT 555-1234 ROBERTSHAW (800) 445-8299 Back Contact information for your Robertshaw service company Technical Service phone number NOTE: This will be displayed only if the installer or a service technician entered the information.

  • Page 28: Frequently Asked Questions

    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 28 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page 1 of 5 Who should I call for help? Visit our web site at www.about-i-series.com. To talk with a Tech Support representative, give us a call at 800-445-8299. What if I forget my PIN? Talk with a Tech Support representative at 800-445-8299 to get a temporary PIN.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 29 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page 2 of 5 What is deadband? The deadband refers to a range between the heating and cooling setpoints that controls how often the thermostat switches from heating to cooling and vice versa. The smaller the deadband, the more often the thermostat will switch between heating and cooling, which typically happens in the fall and spring of the year.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 30 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page 3 of 5 How many events can be programmed? This thermostat can be set for two, four, or six events per day. Select two events if someone is home all day. Typically, this requires a constant temperature during the day and a different temperature at night.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 31 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page 4 of 5 Remote outdoor sensor The remote outdoor sensor (Part No. 9025i) can be used to aid in the comfort of your home or simply as a sensing device to inquire about outdoor temperature.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 32 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page 5 of 5 How do I reset the thermostat? To reset the thermostat, press the button and the LEFT button at the same time. Hold for five seconds. The information screen, including version, is displayed indicating a reset has occurred. NOTE: This will NOT reset any of the programmed settings, and it will not disable any of the security provisions.

  • Page 33: Warranty

    FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY The manufacturer warrants to the original contractor installer or to the original consumer user, each new Robertshaw thermostat to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase.

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 34 NOTES...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 35 NOTES...

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    110-1175 English 7/17/06 1:59 PM Page 36 Controls Americas 515 South Promenade Avenue Corona, CA 92879-1736 United States of America Made in U.S.A. Patents Pending www.about-i-series.com 110-1175...

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