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GE PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Operating Instructions Manual

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PROGRAMMABLE
THERMOSTAT
Operating Instructions
and Limited Warranty
49-50276 03-11 GE

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  • Page 1: Programmable Thermostat

    PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT Operating Instructions and Limited Warranty 49-50276 03-11 GE...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Safety Instructions ................3 Thermostat Overview ................ 4 Home Screen ..................5 Set Heat/Cool Mode ............... 5 Set Fan Mode ..................5 Main Menu Settings ................6 Override Menu .................. 6 Program Menu ................. 8 Setup Menu ..................9 Networking Menu .................10 Query Menu ..................11 Info Screen ....................12...
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE. MAY CAUSE INJURY AND/OR DEATH. · Only an authorized, qualified installer should install this unit. All manual / safety instructions and electricity supplier’s regulations must be adhered to. · DO NOT connect any of the thermostat terminals to a 110V/220V AC supply.
  • Page 4: Thermostat Overview

    Thermostat Overview 4:30A HEAT FAN AUTO NIGHT Event (4) Message (3) SELECT MENU INFO Reset PREV NEXT Button Function Up/Down • Increase/Decrease a parameter in program mode • Increase/Decrease temperature setting • Change system/fan mode setting • Temporary override • Lock/Un-lock the keys by pressing both up and down. Prev/Next • Enters system/fan mode (COOL, OFF, HEAT) • All menu navigation...
  • Page 5: Home Screen

    HOME SCREEN 4:30A The Home screen is the main display HEAT screen. If you do not press any buttons for FAN AUTO NIGHT 30 seconds, the thermostat will return to the Home screen. The large temperature reading on the Home screen is the current temperature. 4:30A The small temperature reading is your HEAT...
  • Page 6: Main Menu Settings

    MAIN MENU SETTINGS AUTO 1. When you are in the HOME SCREEN, OVERRIDE press MENU and the screen opposite PROGRAM appears. SETUP NETWORKING 2. Press PREV or NEXT to scroll through QUERY the main menu. 3. Press SELECT to enter a menu. Override Menu When you receive an event or message from the utility company, “Event”...
  • Page 7 To set your vacation time: VACATION MODE This setting will override your selected SETTING DAYS program settings in the Program Menu TEMPERATURE while you are on vacation. 1. Select and enter the Override Menu. 2. Press PREV or NEXT to select “Vacation” and the opposite screen appears.
  • Page 8: Program Menu

    Program Menu To edit the time and temperature settings for any day of the week: 1. Select and enter the Program Menu TUESDAY HEATCOOL and the screen to the right will appear. MORN 6:00A 2. Press PREV or NEXT to scroll through 8:00A the settings and press UP or DOWN to 6:00P...
  • Page 9: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu UNIT To edit the Setup menu: 1.0 F SPAN 60 SECONDS 1. Select and enter the Setup Menu and 001/500 HOURS FILTER the screen to the right will appear. DEFAULT : Setting TIME SOURCE 2. Press PREV or NEXT to scroll through 5:56A TIME APR 15 2010...
  • Page 10: Networking Menu

    Networking Menu The networking menu advises if the thermostat is communicating with your utility network or if you are disconnected from the network. To connect to your utility network: : Not Connected STATE 1. Select and enter the Network Menu. CHANNEL 2.
  • Page 11: Query Menu

    Query Menu QUERY The query menu allows you to retrieve and GET EVENT view recent events, prices or messages GET CURRENT PRICE from your utility company. GET SCHEDULE PRICE GET LAST MESSAGE To connect to your utility network: 1. Select and enter the Query Menu and the screen to the right appears.
  • Page 12: Info Screen

    INFO VIEWING EVENTS AND MESSAGES When you are in the HOME SCREEN, press INFO repeatedly to view the following notifications from your utility company: Description Screen Message An Event EVENT: • Pending - An event will happen at the START TIME. •...
  • Page 13 Description Screen Message A message Your utility company will send you a MESSAGE wide range of messages. Hello, MESSAGE If the utility company asks you to Your request has been confirm a message or confirm your rejected. cancellation command from a previ- ous message, press SELECT to confirm.
  • Page 14: Indicators

    INDICATORS There are two LEDs located in the top left corner of the front of the thermostat. See the table below for a description of what the lights mean: Yellow LED indicates the status of the HVAC system HVAC system is working normally Flashing HVAC system is working normally and is com- municating to the server or utility company.
  • Page 15: Fcc Declaration

    FCC DECLARATION WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 16: Etl

    Specifications Temperature Unit °C/°F Operating Temperature 32-113°F (0-45°C) Indoor Temperature 40-99°F (5-37°C) Measurement Range RF Frequency 2.40-2.48 GHz RF Range Up to 1300 ft (400 m) line of sight A/C Adapter Input 18-30 V AC at R and C terminals Size 5.4”...
  • Page 17 Notes...
  • Page 18: Warranty

    Warranty Period, your sole and exclusive remedy will be for GE, in its sole discretion and to the extent permitted by law, to (1) repair the hardware defect at no charge, using new parts or refurbished...
  • Page 19 Software distributed by GE with or without the GE brand name (including, but not limited to system software) is not covered under this warranty. refer to the End user Licensing Agreement accompanying the software for details of your rights with respect to its use.
  • Page 20: Appendix

    Terminal Definition W2/E W3/O/B Terminal Convectional Heat Heat Pump Cool System System No Use System Monitor 24VAC Common for control ciruit and thermo- stat power input 1st stage cooling 1st stage compressor 2nd stage cooling 2nd stage compressor 1st stage heating Auxiliary heating W2/E 2nd stage heating...
  • Page 21: Wiring Diagram For Heat Pump

    Wiring Diagram for Heat Pump System Jumper Wire Changeover Valve O/B relay Emergency Emergency relay Aux Hea ng Auxiliary hea ng relay Transformer 24VAC AC_ IN 1st Compressor Power Supply 1st Compressor Relay AC_ IN 2nd Compressor 2nd Compressor Relay Fan relay FAULT DETECT Heat Pump...
  • Page 22: Wiring Diagram For Conventional

    Wiring Diagram for Conventional Heat/Cool System Jumper Wire 3rd HEATING 3rd hea ng relay 2nd HEATING 2nd hea ng relay 1st HEATING 1st hea ng relay Transformer 24VAC AC_ IN 1st Cooling Power Supply 1st cooling relay AC_ IN 2nd Cooling 2nd cooling relay Fan relay Heat Cool...
  • Page 23 Notes...
  • Page 24 Notes...