Wireless Thermostat with Occupancy Sensor
BEFORE YOU BEGIN DETERMINE THE APPROPRIATE INSTALLATION LOCATION FOR THE THERMOSTAT. THE THERMOSTAT SHOULD FACE THE BED AREA OF THE ROOM.
After the installation, follow the “Thermostat Configuration” Instructions to correctly configure the thermostat.
For installation of a networking thermostat with remote management, refer to the “Network Installation” manual.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: Consult PTAC manufacturer’s documentation or use a voltmeter to determine if the PTAC unit outputs AC or DC power (24V).
If the PTAC unit outputs AC power, make sure that the jumper on the Wireless Control Card is in the AC position – jumper is connecting “R” and “COM” pins (Default).
If the PTAC unit outputs DC power, make sure that the jumper on the Wireless Control Card is in the DC position – jumper is connecting “COM” and “C” pins.
Installing the Wireless Control Card
➤➤ Unplug the PTAC unit power cord from the electrical outlet;
➤➤ Remove the PTAC cover;
➤➤ Set the PTAC unit to “External Thermostat” (Class 2) mode.
Consult the PTAC unit documentation to determine how to set the PTAC unit to “External Thermostat” mode.
➤➤ Connect the wires to screw terminals on the PTAC unit – refer to the Wiring Table to determine proper connections.
➤➤ Mount the control card inside of the PTAC unit.
Make sure that the Wireless Control Card antenna is not touching any metal components of the PTAC unit. Make sure that the contol card is not and cannot fall into the PTAC unit Condensation Pan.
➤➤ Replace the PTAC front cover;
➤➤ Plug in the PTAC unit power cord into an electrical outlet.
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V Series Thermostat
with an Occupancy Sensor
Verdant VX Series Energy Management Thermostats for the hospitality industry deliver unprecedented energy savings without compromising guest comfort.]
Integrated occupancy sensor uses a combination of motion and thermal sensing technologies for accurate occupancy detection. Reliable occupancy detection allows saving energy when rooms are unoccupied.
Energy saving presets eliminate the guesswork and make it easy to adjust the energy saving settings. (Patent Pending) Fully configurable energy saving settings allow customizing the thermostat energy saving settings to fit any situation.
Comprehensive configuration options ensure full compatibility with virtually any existing or emerging hospitality HVAC system with up to 2 heat and 1 cool stages.
Built-in wireless mesh-networking enables optional remote management
Before You Begin
Programming a Thermostat with a Network Programmer In case of Network Installation with Remote Management, the thermostat must be programmed with a Network Programmer specific to the property before the installation.
Thermostat must not be powered during the programming procedure..
➤➤ Plug one programmer connector into the thermostat;
➤➤ Push the black button on the programmer. The red light on the
programmer should turn on and remain steadily lit;
If the red light on the programmer is blinking or is not steadily lit,
unplug the programmer from the thermostat and repeat the steps
➤➤ Unplug the programmer from the thermostat;
Mounting the thermostat to the wall
➤➤ Power of the HVAC unit;
➤➤ Remove the thermostat cover;
➤➤ Connect the thermostat wires to the supplied Wiring Harness – refer
to the Wiring Table to determine proper connections;
➤➤ Plug in the Wiring Harness into to the thermostat;
➤➤ Use the supplied wall anchors and mounting screws to secure the
thermostat to the wall;
➤➤ Follow the “Thermostat Configuration” instructions;
➤➤ Replace the thermostat cover and screw in the locking screw;
➤➤ Power on the HVAC unit.
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