Download  Print this page

Honeywell INNCOM e7 User Manual

Hide thumbs

Advertisement

INNCOM e7 Thermostat
User Guide
https://pages1.honeywell.com/e7_Install_Instructions.html
INSTALLATION AND OPERATIONS GUIDE
36-00013-02

Advertisement

loading

  Summary of Contents for Honeywell INNCOM e7

  • Page 1 INNCOM e7 Thermostat User Guide https://pages1.honeywell.com/e7_Install_Instructions.html INSTALLATION AND OPERATIONS GUIDE 36-00013-02...
  • Page 2 By using this Honeywell literature, you agree that Honeywell will have no liability for any damages arising out of your use, or modification to, the literature. You will defend and indemnify Honeywell, its affiliates and subsidiaries, from and against any liability, cost, or damages, including attorneys’...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Table of Contents Overview ................5 Features and Benefits .
  • Page 4 INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Teaching a Device Address ........... . . 23 Teaching a Device I/O Map .
  • Page 5: Overview

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Overview Over the past 25+ years, hotel owners have trusted INNCOM technology to deliver comfort, energy savings and peace of mind in more than 1.5 million hotel rooms around the world. The e7 Thermostat continues our tradition with the most comprehensive comfort control and energy management platform on the market in a modern design that is pleasing and easy to use.
  • Page 6: User Interaction

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE User Interaction e7 utilizes progressive disclosure which is an interaction design technique that sequences information and actions across several screens in order to reduce feelings of being overwhelmed for the user. By disclosing information progressively, e7 reveals only the essentials and help the user manage the complexity of the feature-rich applications.
  • Page 7: Thermostat Configuration

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Thermostat Configuration Part Numbers Part Number Description 201-528-24-BK* 24 Vac Thermostat, Black Onyx 201-528-24-WH* 24 Vac Thermostat, Ice White 201-528-100-BK* 100-277 Vac Thermostat, Black Onyx 201-528-100-WH* 100-277 Vac Thermostat, Ice White 203-528-100-BK 100-277 Vac Thermostat Installation Kit, Black Onyx...
  • Page 8: E7 24 Vac Power And Hvac Signal (Inncom Pin 62-1464 R) - H1

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE e7 24 VAC POWER AND HVAC SIGNAL (INNCOM PIN 62-1464 R) - H1 Part Number Color Typical Function Green Ground 24 Vac Black Common Blue High Fan Brown Medium Fan or Second Stage Heat Yellow...
  • Page 9: E7 Low Voltage Header - H21

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE e7 LOW VOLTAGE HEADER - H2 Part Number Signal Typical Function Ground VEE (12 Vdc) 12 Vdc S5bus Communications DIN1 Entry Door, 2 transitions to active DIN2 Balcony Door/Window, 2 transitions to active DIN3 External PIR/motion sensor, 2 transitions to activate...
  • Page 10: Typical Hvac Applications

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Typical HVAC Applications Thermostat Typical HVAC Application 4 Pipe, 3 Fan, Heat/Cool 2 Pipe, 3 Fan, Heat Pump, 2 Fan 2nd Heat Pump, 3 Fan PTAC, 2 Fan Cool Only FCU Stage Heat Speeds with Heat Strip...
  • Page 11: Before You Start

    RoomID has been set in the Parameter Menu. • It is assumed that if you have received your e7 thermostat and you are ready to begin installation, Honeywell has determined through the sales process that the selected HVAC equipment is compatible with the selected e7 thermostat.
  • Page 12: Thermostat Initialization

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Thermostat Initialization Power up for the first time puts the e7 thermostat into Initialization Mode. This mode provides the contractor or electrician with a simple setup for the thermostat to control the intended HVAC equipment before normal use.
  • Page 13: Typical Examples Demonstrating Default E7 Automatic Operation

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Function Default Value* Temperature Control Thermostat Off low limits 50 F Thermostat Off high limits 90 F Un-rented / Un-Occupied temperature low limits (no PMS Present) 62 F Un-rented / Un-Occupied temperature high limits (no PMS Present...
  • Page 14: Fan Speed Heat Pump, Reversing Valve Position Determines Heating Or Cooling

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE 2 FAN SPEED HEAT PUMP, REVERSING VALVE POSITION DETERMINES HEATING OR COOLING System State Room (Off / Auto) Temperature Set Temperature Reversing Valve Compressor 75 degrees 72 degrees Cool Position AUTO 72 degrees 72 degrees...
  • Page 15: Initial Setup

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Initial Setup Before going through the initial setup sequences, ensure the thermostat is mounted and connected to the IMPORTANT: Smart Wall Plate. : Prior to completing Initialization Mode, or pushing the thermostat configuration from engINN, the thermostat is configured with factory defaults to disable any call for heat, cool, or low, medium and high fan speeds to protect the HVAC equipment.
  • Page 16: Setup Fan Speed

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE SETUP FAN SPEED Once FAN is displayed, press MODE. Then use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to choose the fan speed: 00: Not Defined Lo: Low Speed (single speed) LH: Low / High LMh:Low / Medium* / High *For heat pump models utilizing reversing valve, medium heat and medium fan speed will not be available.
  • Page 17: Contractor Mode

    INNCOM Authorized Systems Integrators should contact their respective E&ES Regional Support Teams to inquire about enrolling in upcoming training sessions. If you have already received training or you are a Honeywell employee supporting the INNCOM business, you can download the software here: https://www.inncom.com/login...
  • Page 18: E7 Commissioning/Room Function Tests

    Press MODE to begin the test. The unit beeps as it detects motion and the display shows a count of the number of motion pulses detected. If there is no audible beep, then the on-board motion sensor is faulty. Con- tact Honeywell for a replacement e7 thermostat. Press C twice to exit service mode.
  • Page 19: Window Sensor Test

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE WINDOW SENSOR TEST Enter SERVICE MODE. Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select WIn. Press MODE to begin the test. When the window switch opens (window is open), the e7 emits an audible beep and the display shows a count of the number of times the window status changes from closed to open.
  • Page 20: Normal Operation Mode

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Normal Operation Mode During normal operation, guests or other end-users can make the following settings for a room from the e7 thermostat interface. ADJUSTING THE TEMPERATURE SET POINT Enter a room temperature set point using the thermostat UP/DOWN keys. The...
  • Page 21: Selecting System Mode

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE SELECTING SYSTEM MODE Auto Mode Heat Only Mode Cool Only Mode Pressing the MODE button cycles the e7 between Off, Auto, Heat Only, and Cool Only modes. In each of these modes, the contents of the main display change accordingly. Note that Auto, Heat Only, and Cool Only have identifying icons displayed above (Auto) or to the left of the temperature (in which case the Auto icon is grayed out).
  • Page 22: Advanced Configuration

    INNCOM RF devices use ZigBee IEEE 802.15.4 RF channels 11-26 which are 2Mhz wide RF channels between 2.405 GHz and 2.483 Ghz. Two Honeywell Integrated Room Automation devices can communicate with each other only if using the same RF channel. To set the RF channel, complete these steps: If already on service mode go to step 3.
  • Page 23: Teaching A Device Address

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select the valid PAN ID value. Press FAN to store the value in memory. Press C to exit service mode. TEACHING A DEVICE ADDRESS Teaching a device address binds a device to the e7 by passing the Room ID, PANID, and RF channel to that device and at the same time setting the target device address to the displayed Adr value.
  • Page 24: Ping A Device

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE PING A DEVICE Sends a ping to a specific in-room device, which verifies device communication. If the target device communicates via RF, verifies direct RF connectivity between the e7 and the target. If the target device is S5 bus connected to an RF radio equipped device, verifies communication from the e7, through the RF Device and to the S5 bus connected device.
  • Page 25: Door Open Alert

    INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE DOOR OPEN ALERT The door icon is illuminated and --- is shown on the display when a door, balcony, or lanai that exposes the room to the outdoors is open. Bluetooth/Low Battery/Equipment Alerts Bluetooth The Bluetooth icon is displayed in SERVICE MODE when the Bluetooth transceiver is enabled.
  • Page 26: Inntool/Enginn Support

    Integrators should contact their respective E&ES Regional Support Teams to inquire about enrolling in upcoming training sessions. If you have already received training or you are a Honeywell employee supporting the INNCOM business, you can download the updated Revision by going to the following URL: https://www.inncom.com/login...