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GENERAL
This document provides procedures for replacing
existing Johnson, Powers, and Robertshaw thermostats
with the TP970 Series CONVERTASTAT Kit. The
appropriate kit, selected from Table 1, replaces newer
(small size) models of Johnson, Powers, or Robertshaw
vertical or horizontal pneumatic thermostats used in two­
pipe applications and mounted on hollow wall (drywall)
construction with air connections made directly to the
thermostat using 5/32 in. plastic tubing, without the use
of a wall fitting.
APPLICATION
Each CONVERTASTAT Kit includes a universal wall
plate adapter, cover, and a TP970 Series Thermostat to
replace various manufacturer's thermostats. The
thermostat cover is universal, allowing horizontal or
vertical mounting and provides windows with or without
setpoint and thermostat displays. All components
needed to create a cover to meet building requirements
are included.
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CONVERTASTAT
INSTALLATION
When the old mounting plate is removed, retain the
screws to use for mounting the adapter plate. Cut the
existing tubes as close as possible to the thermostat. Do
not remove the antikink springs from cut tubes. Do not
allow tubes to slip inside the wall after removing the old
thermostat.
Remove Johnson Thermostat
1. Loosen top and bottom screws to remove cover.
2. Remove thermostat mounting screws from top and
bottom and remove thermostat from mounting
plate.
3. Cut tubes near air head and temporarily plug main
line to conserve air.
4. Remove mounting plate and retain screws.
Remove Robertshaw Thermostat
1. Turn cover screw on bottom clockwise to remove
cover.
2. Remove mounting screws and remove thermostat
from mounting plate. (Do not remove mounting
plate.)
3. Cut tubes near fitting and temporarily plug main
line to conserve air.
TP970 Series
REPLACEMENT DATA
40 50 60 70
80 90
Fig. 1. Johnson Thermostat.
®
Kits
70
C2313
85- 0210EF- 1

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  • Page 1 3. Cut tubes near fitting and temporarily plug main are included. line to conserve air. ® U.S. Registered Trademark Copyright © 2000 Honeywell Inc. • All Rights Reserved 85- 0210EF- 1...
  • Page 2 — Side cutters (diagonals) or knife to cut tubes. — Phillips screwdriver. ROBERTSHAW — Standard screwdriver. — 5/32 in. tubing plug (optional), CCT1814 (plastic) or CCT1815 (aluminum). NOTE: Honeywell Thermostat Tool Kit CCT3863 includes thermostat Tool, thermostat key, and C2315 gage adapter. Fig. 2. Robertshaw Thermostat. 85-0210EF—1...
  • Page 3 ® TP970 SERIES CONVERTASTAT KITS Remove Powers Thermostat HOLES (10) CODED 1. Loosen screws on each side to remove cover. PER MANUFACTURER 2. Pull thermostat from the mounting plate. (J = JOHNSON, P = POWERS, R = ROBERTSHAW) 3. Cut tubes near connector and temporarily plug main line to conserve air.
  • Page 4: Checkout And Testing

    ® TP970 SERIES CONVERTASTAT KITS NOTE: Changing throttling range requires recalibration. Thermostat Cover Mounting 1. Remove caution card from cover. 1. Remove cover and install 0 to 30 psi (0 to 210 kPa) 2. Select correct window (vertical or horizontal/single, gage (with gage adapter) in gage tap (Fig.
  • Page 5 ® TP970 SERIES CONVERTASTAT KITS should go to 0 psi (0 kPa). Changeover TP972: TP971 and TP972 thermostats have changeover Turn setpoint adjustment until setpoint indicator features. The TP971 has day/night changeover and the reads approximately 10F (5.5C) degrees above TP972 has summer/winter changeover.
  • Page 6: Calibration Check

    7. Remove gage and replace cover. 2. Turn setpoint adjustment until setpoint indicator reads space temperature. Home and Building Control Home and Building Control Honeywell Inc. Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée Honeywell Plaza 155 Gordon Baker Road P.O. Box 524 North York, Ontario Minneapolis, MN 55408-0524 M2H 3N7 Printed in U.S.A.
  • Page 7: Installation

    Ne pas retirer la plaque de montage. 3. Couper les tuyaux près des raccords et boucher temporairement la canalisation principale pour conserver l’air. ® Marque déposée aux É.-U. Copyright © 2000 Honeywell Inc. • Tous droits réservés 85- 0210EF- 1...
  • Page 8 — Tournevis standard. ROBERTSHAW — Bouchon pour tuyau de 5/32 po (facultatif), CCT1814 (en plastique) ou CCT1815 (en aluminium). L’ensemble pour thermostat CCT3863 de Honeywell contient l’outil à thermostat, une clé pour thermostat et un adaptateur pour manomètre. C2315 Fig. 2. Thermostat Robertshaw.
  • Page 9 ® TROUSSES DE CONVERSION CONVERTASTAT TP970 Comment retirer un thermostat Powers TROUS CODÉS (10) 1. Dévisser les vis de chaque côté pour retirer le thermostat. SELON LE FABRICANT 2. Dégager le thermostat de la plaque de montage. PAR EXEMPLE: 3. Couper les tuyaux près du connecteur et boucher tempo­ J = JOHNSON rairement la canalisation principale pour conserver l’air.
  • Page 10 ® TROUSSES DE CONVERSION CONVERTASTAT TP970 REMARQUE :Prendre soin de bien orienter la fenêtre. Vu de 1. Retirer le couvercle et installer un manomètre de 0 devant, les ouvertures du point de consigne et à 30 psi (0 à 210 kPa) dans la prise de manomètre Day/Auto sont situées dans le bas si le thermo­...
  • Page 11 ® TROUSSES DE CONVERSION CONVERTASTAT TP970 mande l’action inverse pour le refroidissement en été à 13 psi (90 kPa) de pression dans la cana-lisation principale et l’action directe pour le chauffage en été à 18 psi (124 kPa) de pression dans la canalisation principale. La pression de la canalisation secondaire diminue à...
  • Page 12 7. Retirer le manomètre et remettre le couvercle. 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’...