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Braeburn 5020 User Manual

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Programmable Thermostats

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©2012 Braeburn Systems LLC • All Rights Reserved • Made in China.
For 1 Heat / 1 Cool Systems
For Systems Up to 3 Heat / 2 Cool
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  • Page 1: User Manual

    For 1 Heat / 1 Cool Systems 5220 For Systems Up to 3 Heat / 2 Cool Read all instructions before proceeding. Store this manual for future reference 5020W-110-01 ©2012 Braeburn Systems LLC • All Rights Reserved • Made in China.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 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. 1 About Your Thermostat 4 Operating Your Thermostat Thermostat Features ..........
  • Page 3: About Your Thermostat

    Thermostat Display 1 About Your Thermostat Room Temperature ...... Displays the current room temperature Set Temperature ......Displays the current set point temperature BACK Indicator* ......BACK button is active NEXT Indicator*......NEXT button is active Outdoor Temperature Indicator ... Displays along with the outdoor temperature reading** Service Indicators ......
  • Page 4 Quick Reference Instructions ..Stored in slot located at top of thermostat SpeedBar ........Increases or decreases settings (time, temperature, etc.) ® Outdoor Temperature ....If a Braeburn outdoor sensor was connected you can view the outdoor ® temperature by pressing the...
  • Page 5: Setting User Options

    Table of User Options 2 Setting User Options NOTE: Some user options may not be available, depending on how your thermostat was configured in the Installer Settings (see Installer Manual). A detailed description of each User Option follows this table. INSTRUCTIONS Advanced User Options No.
  • Page 6: Service Monitors (Filter, Uv And Humidifier Pad)

    Service Monitors Temporary Override Adjustment Limit (Filter, UV and Humidifier Pad) User Option 5 User Options 1, 2 and 3 The Temporary Override Adjustment Limit will limit how much the temperature can be adjusted from the current set point There are three user selectable service monitors that will display when the thermostat is used in the programmable mode.
  • Page 7: Setting Your Program Schedule

    Tips Before Setting Your Program Schedule 3 Setting Your Program Schedule • Make sure your current time and day of the week are set correctly. Setting the Time and Day • When programming, make sure the AM and PM indicators are correct. 1.
  • Page 8 Energy Saving Programs Residential 5-2 Day Programming– Weekday/Weekend This thermostat comes pre-programmed with a default energy saving program. The following tables outline Factory Settings the pre-programmed times and temperatures for heating and cooling in each of your 4 daily events (2 events if 4 Event configured for commercial mode).
  • Page 9: Programming A 7 Day Residential Schedule

    Programming a 7 Day Residential Schedule Setting Individual Days (7 Day Residential) The 7 day residential programming mode gives you the option to program individual days (1 day at a time) or to 1. Press the PROG button. The display will switch to programming mode.
  • Page 10: Progamming A 5-2 Day Residential Schedule

    Programming a 5-2 Day Residential Schedule Programming a 7 Day Commercial Schedule The 5-2 day residential programming mode allows you to program Monday - Friday with one 4 event schedule The 7 day commercial programming mode gives you the option to program individual days (1 day at a time) or to and then allows you to change Saturday and Sunday with a different 4 event schedule.
  • Page 11: Operating Your Thermostat

    Setting Individual Days (7 Day Commercial) 4 Operating Your Thermostat 1. Press the PROG button. The display will switch to Setting the SYSTEM Control Mode programming mode. M (Monday) will appear and the hour will flash. The System Control has 5 modes of operation – AUTO, COOL, OFF, HEAT and EMER. The mode can be selected 2.
  • Page 12: Setting The Fan Control Mode

    Setting the FAN Control Mode Setting the Temperature SpeedBar The Fan Control has 3 modes of operation – AUTO, ON, and PROG. The mode can be selected by pressing the Temporary Adjustment – Press the SpeedBar up or ® button to scroll through the different modes. down to adjust the current set temperature.
  • Page 13: Status Indicators

    Status Indicators Program Event Indicators Program Event Indicator Status indicators appear in the display to let you know if your system is heating, cooling or off. Program event indicators appear in the display to let you know what part of your current program is active. Status Indicator •...
  • Page 14: Additional Operation Features

    Adaptive Recovery Mode (ARM ™ 5 Additional Operation Features Adaptive Recovery Mode is a feature enabled/disabled in the Installer Settings (See Installer Manual). If enabled, the feature is automatically present while in programmable mode. Auto Changeover Mode Adaptive Recovery Mode tries to reach your desired heating or cooling temperature at the time you have set in Auto Changeover mode is a feature enabled/ your current program schedule, after a setback period.
  • Page 15: Progammable Fan Mode

    Programmable Fan Mode Locking and Unlocking the Thermostat Programmable Fan Mode is selected by pressing Your 3-digit Lock Code is set in the “User Options” FAN until PROG appears in the display. It is only portion of this manual (See “Setting User Options”, available in programmable mode.
  • Page 16: Ac Power Monitor

    Installer Settings (See Installer Manual). If a Braeburn indoor remote sensor was installed and properly configured in the Installer Settings, the thermostat will sense temperature at a remote location or at a combination of a remote location and the thermostat location.
  • Page 17: Outdoor Remote Sensing

    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. If a Braeburn outdoor remote sensor was installed PROG HOLD...
  • Page 18: Limited Warranty

    Store this manual for future reference. ® 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.) 5020W-110-01 ©2012 Braeburn Systems LLC • All Rights Reserved • Made in China.

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