INNCOM E7 THERMOSTAT USER GUIDE
Once installed, the e7 requires very little additional configuration. However, there are advanced features in SERVICE
MODE that can be used in complex networks. Setting the Advanced Configurations usually requires use of the
property specific documentation and references to INNCOM's Application Note AN323 Binding INNCOM Devices is
required for device specific Address teaching and binding functions.
LIMITED ENERGY MANAGEMENT (LEM) MODE
A special mode that can be enabled when an important or discriminating guest is checked into a room. A room placed
in VIP mode uses expanded target temperature control bands (allows guests to select higher / lower than normal room
target temperatures) and does not use larger temperature control bands when the room becomes un-occupied or the
room window or balcony door is open. To activate VIP mode for a room for a 3-day period, perform the following
Press and hold MODE
Press and hold FAN
Press and release the UP arrow button, then release the
In VIP mode the display will read LEn for 2 seconds, then return to normal operation.
ENTER SERVICE MODE
Most of the following features require being in SERVICE MODE. To enter SERVICE MODE do the following:
Press and hold
Press and hold MODE.
Press and hold FAN.
Release the three buttons.
SETUP ROOM ID
See Initial Setup section in this document.
SETTING THE PRIVATE AREA NETWORK (PAN ID)
This setting is used to segregate the RF Room Gateway device (typically the e7
thermostat) into sub-networks on the DeepMesh Network which are managed
by a router - either B574 or B578. The valid ID range is 0-255; refer to the
property specific documentation for applicable PAN ID settings. To set the PAN
ID, do the following:
Enter SERVICE MODE.
Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select PAn.
Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select the valid PAN ID value.
Press FAN to store the value in memory.
SETTING THE RF CHANNEL
To avoid interference with commonly used 802.11 WIFI RF channels, it is
recommended to use ZigBee Channels 15, 20, 25 and 26.
The RF channel value physically represents the RF radio frequency band used
by the radio in the e7 thermostat. 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.
Enter SERVICE MODE.
Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select rF.
C and MODE buttons.