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Braeburn 7205 User Manual

Universal programmable smart wi-fi thermostat for systems up to 3 heat / 2 cool
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Universal Programmable
Smart Wi-Fi Thermostat
7205
For Systems Up to 3 Heat / 2 Cool
See Wi-Fi Setup Guide for Wi-Fi Setup Instructions
Read all instructions before proceeding
Store this manual for future reference
7205-110-01
©2017 Braeburn Systems LLC • All Rights Reserved • Made in China.

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  • Page 1: User Manual

    For Systems Up to 3 Heat / 2 Cool See Wi-Fi Setup Guide for Wi-Fi Setup Instructions Read all instructions before proceeding Store this manual for future reference 7205-110-01 ©2017 Braeburn Systems LLC • All Rights Reserved • Made in China.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 About Your Thermostat 4 Operating Your Thermostat Thermostat Features ..........3 Setting the System Control Mode ......17 Thermostat and Display ........... 4 Setting the Fan Control Mode ....... 18 Setting the Temperature ........19 2 Setting User Options Status Indicators ..........
  • Page 3: About Your Thermostat

    Congratulations! You are in control of one of the easiest-to-use thermostats on the market today. This thermostat has been designed to provide you with years of reliable performance and comfort control. Features • Optional Wi-Fi connectivity – control and monitor thermostat from a smartphone, tablet or computer. •...
  • Page 4 1 About Your Thermostat FAN AUTO User Manual...
  • Page 5: Thermostat And Display

    Thermostat Display Room Temperature ...... Displays the current room temperature Hold Mode Indicator ....Indicates if the thermostat is in HOLD mode Fan Indicator ........ Indicates when the system fan is running Wi-Fi Indicator ......Indicates when connected to Wi-Fi (flashes when connection has been lost) System Status Indicator .....
  • Page 6 1 About Your Thermostat INSTRUCTIONS FAN AUTO DAY/TIME User Manual...
  • Page 7 Thermostat Quick Reference Instructions ..Stored in slot located at top of thermostat SpeedBar ........Increases or decreases settings (time, temperature, etc.) ® FAN Button ........Selects the system fan mode DAY/TIME Button ......Sets the current time and day of the week RETURN Button ......
  • Page 8: Setting User Options

    2 Setting User Options INSTRUCTIONS Advanced User Options User options allow you to customize some of your thermostat’s features. Most users will not need to make any changes to the settings in this section. FAN AUTO To access the User Options menu, press and hold the RETURN button for approximately 3 seconds until the screen changes and displays the first User Option.
  • Page 9: Table Of User Options

    Table of User Options NOTE: Some user options may not be available, depending on how your thermostat was configured in the Installer Settings (see Installer Guide). A detailed description of each User Option follows this table. No. User Options Factory Setting Comments Default...
  • Page 10: Filter Service Monitor

    Filter Service Monitor User Option 1 A user selectable service monitor will display a reminder for a required air filter replacement. The time segment will flash SRVC FLTR when the service interval has been reached. When required cleaning or replacement has been performed, press the RETURN button to reset the timer. Select OFF or a set number of days before the reminder will appear.
  • Page 11: Setting Your Program Schedule

    3 Setting Your Program Schedule Setting the Time and Day 1. In normal operating mode, press the DAY/TIME button. The display will switch to the day/time setting mode and the hour will be flashing. 2. Press the SpeedBar up or down to adjust the ®...
  • Page 12: Tips Before Setting Your Program Schedule

    Tips Before Setting Your Program Schedule • Make sure your current time and day of the week are set correctly. • When programming, make sure the AM and PM indicators are correct. • Various installer settings such as auto changeover mode and temperature adjustment limits may affect your programming flexibility.
  • Page 13: Energy Saving Programs

    Energy Saving Programs This thermostat comes pre-programmed with a default energy saving program. The following tables outline the pre-programmed times and temperatures for heating and cooling in each of your 4 daily events. If you wish to use these settings then no further programming is necessary: Residential 7 Day Programming Residential 5-2 Day Programming–...
  • Page 14: Programming A 7 Day Residential Schedule

    Programming a 7 Day Residential Schedule The 7 day residential programming mode gives you the option to program individual days (1 day at a time) or to use SpeedSet and program the entire week (all 7 days) with a 4 event program schedule. Setting All 7 Days at Once (SpeedSet ®...
  • Page 15 Setting Individual Days (7 Day Residential) 1. Press the PROG button. The display will switch to programming mode. M (Monday) will be displayed and the hour will be flashing. 2. Press SYSTEM to select HEAT or COOL. FAN AUTO 3. Press DAY/TIME to select the day you would like to program.
  • Page 16: Programming A 5-2 Day Residential Schedule

    Programming a 5-2 Day Residential Schedule The 5-2 day residential programming mode allows you to program Monday - Friday with one 4 event schedule and then allows you to change Saturday and Sunday with a different 4 event schedule. 1. Press the PROG button. The display will switch to programming mode.
  • Page 17: Operating Your Thermostat

    4 Operating Your Thermostat Setting the SYSTEM Control Mode The System Control has 5 modes of operation – AUTO, COOL, OFF, HEAT and EMER. The mode can be selected by pressing the SYSTEM button to scroll through the different modes. NOTE: Depending on how your thermostat was configured, some system modes may not be available.
  • Page 18: Setting The Fan Control Mode

    Setting the FAN Control Mode The Fan Control has 3 modes of operation – AUTO, ON and CIRC. The mode can be selected by pressing the FAN button to scroll through the different modes. NOTE: Depending on how your thermostat was configured, some fan modes may not be available. AUTO The system fan will run only when your heating or cooling system is running.
  • Page 19: Setting The Temperature

    Setting the Temperature SpeedBar Temporary Adjustment – Press the SpeedBar up or ® INSTRUCTIONS down to adjust the current set temperature. If your thermostat is running in 5-2 or 7 day programmable mode, the set temperature will change back to your original programmed settings when your next scheduled FAN AUTO change in temperature occurs.
  • Page 20: Status Indicators

    Status Indicators Status indicators appear in the display to let you know if your system is heating, cooling or off. Status Indicator HEAT ON Heating system is running. COOL ON Cooling system is running. FAN AUTO Auxiliary stage of heating is running (multi-stage heat pump systems only).
  • Page 21: Program Event Indicator

    Program Event Indicators Program Event Indicator Program event indicators appear in the display to let you know what part of your current program is active. • In Program Mode, MORN, DAY, EVE or NIGHT will appear. FAN AUTO When the program event indicator is flashing, your program has been temporarily bypassed and will resume at the next scheduled event.
  • Page 22: Additional Operation Features

    5 Additional Operation Features Auto Changeover Mode Auto Changeover mode is a feature enabled/ disabled in the Installer Settings (see Installer Manual). If enabled, it is selected by pressing the SYSTEM button until AUTO HEAT or AUTO COOL FAN AUTO appears in the display.
  • Page 23: Adaptive Recovery Mode

    Adaptive Recovery Mode (ARM ™ Adaptive Recovery Mode is a feature turned on or off in the Installer Settings (See Installer Manual). If turned on with installer settings, your thermostat will automatically adjust the start time based on the room temperature.
  • Page 24: Compressor Protection

    Compressor Protection This feature is automatically present in cooling and/or heating modes. This thermostat includes an automatic compressor protection delay to avoid potential damage to your system from short cycling. This feature activates a short delay after turning off the system compressor. Locking and Unlocking the Thermostat Your 3-digit Lock Code is set in the “User Options”...
  • Page 25 If you entered a valid code the thermostat will be locked or unlocked FAN AUTO (depending on its previous state). When locked, the word LOCK appears in the display (Figure 1). If an invalid code is entered the word NO will briefly appear, indicating that an incorrect code was entered (Figure 2).
  • Page 26: Thermostat Maintenance

    6 Thermostat Maintenance Thermostat Cleaning Never spray any liquid directly on the thermostat. Using a soft damp cloth wipe the outer body of the thermostat. Never use any abrasive cleansers to clean your thermostat. Changing the Batteries This thermostat requires two (2) properly installed “AA” alkaline batteries to maintain the thermostat clock and to provide power for the thermostat if 24 volt AC power is not connected.
  • Page 27: Limited Warranty

    Limitations apply. For limitations, terms and conditions, you may obtain a full copy of this warranty: LIMITED WARRANT Y · Visit us online: www.braeburnonline.com/warranty · Phone us: 866.268.5599 · Write us: Braeburn Systems LLC 2215 Cornell Avenue Montgomery, IL 60538 User Manual...
  • Page 28 For online access visit: www.bluelinksmartconnect.com ® Braeburn Systems LLC 2215 Cornell Avenue • Montgomery, IL 60538 Technical Assistance: www.braeburnonline.com Call us toll-free: 866-268-5599 (U.S.) 630-844-1968 (Outside the U.S.) 7205-110-01 ©2017 Braeburn Systems LLC • All Rights Reserved • Made in China.