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GE Telaire Ventostat 8000 Series User Instructions

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Measurement & Control
Installing the Sensor
!WARNING!
Before performing service or maintenance operations on
the systems, turn OFF main power switches to the unit.
Electric shock can cause personal injury. Please read and
follow the wiring instructions precisely; miswiring may
cause permanent damage to the product
Basic Installation for Non-Display Units
1. Separate the case into its front and rear sections.
2. Secure the rear section of the case to the wall or junction box using
the supplied screws, and make necessary wire connections.
3. Mount the Controller on the base by aligning the top clips and then
securing to the bottom clips. Secure the Ventostat with the supplied
set screw. A one-minute stabilization warmup will take place.
Internal Label for Non-Display Units
(a)
0-10V 0-5 V
Jumper Settings for Non-Display (a) and Display (b)
Note:
Example b shows outputs of CO
V, humidity— 4-20 mA, and active temperature — 0-5 V.
.
Output
Jumper
Selections
(b)
Units
— 4-20 mA and CO
2
2
GE Measurement & Control
6860 Cortona Dr., Suite B
Goleta, CA 93117
www.ge-mcs.com
Basic Installation for Display Units
1. Separate the case into its front and rear sections.
2. Secure the rear section of the case to the wall or junction box using
the supplied screws, and make necessary wire connections.
3. Mount the Controller on the base by aligning the top clips and then
securing to the bottom clips. Secure the Ventostat with the supplied
set screw. A one-minute stabilization warmup will take place.
4. When fitting the T8300 (pitot tube version), complete the
installation by screwing the tube connectors to the input ports on the
sensor. The tubing connectors can be attached to either input port. It
will not affect the performance of the sensor. (See page 3 for further
instructions.)
Internal Label for Display Units
— 0-10
Telaire Ventostat™ 8000 Series
CO
User Instructions
Output
Jumper
Selections
T63216-006
January 2012
Page 1 of 4
Sensor
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  • Page 1

    OFF main power switches to the unit. Electric shock can cause personal injury. Please read and follow the wiring instructions precisely; miswiring may cause permanent damage to the product GE Measurement & Control 6860 Cortona Dr., Suite B Goleta, CA 93117 Basic Installation for Non-Display Units www.ge-mcs.com...

  • Page 2

    Ventostat Wiring Diagrams The Ventostat family of products has two basic configurations. One configuration provides three active outputs (CO , RH and temperature) and an independent thermistor. It has an output terminal block with pins #1, 2 and 3. The other configuration provides only CO outputs and an independent thermistor and has no terminal block with pins 1, 2, and 3 installed.

  • Page 3

    Sensing Duct CO Concentrations Accessory Enclosures Duct-Mounting the Enclosures Model T1508 Duct Mount Enclosure (Aspiration Box) Ventostat products can be installed inside the return air ductwork, if The T8100/T8200/T8300 units can be installed inside a Model 1508 needed. As an alternative, please consider the T8031 unit. When Duct Mount Enclosure.

  • Page 4

    5,592,147 / 6,255,653 / 6,250,133 / 6,285,290 Thermistor Accuracy Warranty Repairs ±1°C (15° to 35°C) GE Sensing will repair Telaire product that fails to meet the terms provided for in the Return and Warranty Policy Statement (See, http:// www.ge-mcs.com/en/services-and-support.html).Warranty period shall RH Sensing Element start from date of manufacture and be based on product category and type of equipment as specified in Table 1: Product Warranty Periods.

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