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PC-502 Module Product Guide

Binding the Device

Rev. 1.6 Date 3/17/2017
The new Room ID should scroll across LCD.
f.
2. Set PAN ID (PAn) in the e529.
In Service Mode, scroll to PAn. Press OFF/AUTO. Current PAn
a.
should scroll across LCD.
Use UP/DOWN to change the PAN
b.
ID value (in decimal notation).
Press DISPLAY to store the new value. A buzzer will sound on the
c.
e529 to signal that the PAN ID has been set.
Set the RF Channel (rF) in the e529
d.
In Service Mode, scroll to rf; press OFF/AUTO. The current channel
e.
value will scroll across the LCD.
Use UP/DOWN to change the rF value.
f.
Press DISPLAY to store the new value. A buzzer will sound on the
g.
e529 to signal that the RF Channel has been set.
1. The PC-502.4G uses a "reverse binding" procedure to acquire network
information from the thermostat, meaning that the device will signal the
thermostat that it wants the information. Besides the information set in
the thermostat in the steps above, the PC502 requires a map of
network components, complete with unique address. This information is
typically carried in the I/O Map.
2. Place the thermostat in Service Parameter mode as above. Go to the Io
(I/O Map Teach) parameter and press the DISPLAY button (for
e528.4G) or OFF/AUTO (e529.RF) to view the value. Set the Io value to
the desired I/O Map number. Do NOT press the thermostat's DISPLAY
or OFF/AUTO button. See I/O Map tables below.
3. For the e528.4G, press OFF/AUTO and the LCD will display bnd. For
the e529, do nothing.
4. Using a small point (e.g., the end of a straightened paper clip), press
the recessed Reset/Bind switch on the PC502 once.
5. The thermostat sends a bind offer to the PC-502. If accepted, the
thermostat will buzz loudly. The PC-502 will reset.
6. Test the PC-502 functionality.
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