Ubnt Ubiquiti EdgeRouter X ER-X User Manual

USER MANUAL

EdgeRouter X

Ubnt Ubiquiti
Advanced Gigabit
Ethernet Router
Model: ER-X

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the Ubiquiti Networks® EdgeRouter™ X. This Quick Start Guide is designed to guide you through installation and also includes warranty terms.

Package Contents

Package Contents

Installation Requirements

  • For indoor applications, use Category 5 (or above) UTP cabling approved for indoor use.
  • For outdoor applications, shielded Category 5 (or above) cabling should be used for all wired Ethernet connections. To enhance ESD protection, attach a ground wire (not included) to the back panel of the EdgeRouter.

We recommend that you protect your networks from harmful outdoor environments and destructive ESD events with industrial‑grade, shielded Ethernet cable from Ubiquiti Networks. For more details, visit: www.ubnt.com/toughcable

WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the EdgeRouter to rain or moisture.

Note: Although the cabling can be located outdoors, the EdgeRouter itself should be housed inside a protective enclosure.

TERMS OF USE: All Ethernet cabling runs must use CAT5 (or above). It is the professional installer’s responsibility to follow local country regulations, including operation within legal frequency channels, output power, indoor cabling requirements, and Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) requirements.

Hardware Overview
Top Panel

Top Panel

Front Panel

Front Panel

Passive PoE Passthrough

The EdgeRouter can be powered by either method:

  • Power adapter
  • 24V passive PoE on the eth0/PoE In port

Passive PoE output on port eth4/PoE Out works as a passthrough and depends on the input power source.

If the included Power Adapter (12V, 0.5A) is used, there may not be sufficient passthrough to power another device because the EdgeRouter can consume up to 5 watts on its own.

We recommend using a more powerful input power source (not included); here are a few examples of viable power input options for passive PoE passthrough:

Power Input

Back Panel

Back Panel
Description

Hardware Installation

Place the EdgeRouter on a flat, horizontal surface or mount it on a wall (mounting screws not included).

WARNING: FAILURE TO PROVIDE PROPER VENTILATION MAY CAUSE FIRE HAZARD. KEEP AT LEAST 20 MM OF CLEARANCE NEXT TO THE VENTILATION HOLES FOR ADEQUATE AIRFLOW.

Connecting Power

Follow the appropriate instructions for your installation:

Connecting Power Using the Power Adapter

Connect the Power Adapter to the Power port of the EdgeRouter. Then plug the Power Adapter into a power outlet.

Connect the Power Adapter

Connecting Power Using PoE

Connect the PoE cable of a PoE switch or adapter to the eth0/PoE In port of the EdgeRouter.

Connecting Power Using PoE

Accessing the EdgeOS Configuration Interface

The EdgeOS® configuration interface can be accessed via DHCP or static IP address assignment. By default, eth1 is set up as a DHCP client, while eth0 is assigned a static IP address of 192.168.1.1. To configure the EdgeRouter, proceed to the appropriate section: DHCP or “Static IP Address”.

DHCP

  1. Connect an Ethernet cable from eth1 on the EdgeRouter to a LAN segment that has an existing DHCP server.
DHCP

2. To check the IP address of the EdgeRouter, use one of the following methods:

  • Set up the DHCP server to provide a specific IP address to the EdgeRouter based on its MAC address (on the label).
  • Let the EdgeRouter obtain an IP address and then check the DHCP server to see which IP address was assigned.

3. Launch your web browser. Enter the appropriate IP address in the address field. Press enter (PC) or return (Mac).

4. The login screen will appear. Enter ubnt in the Username and Password fields. Read the Ubiquiti License Agreement, and check the box next to I agree to the terms of this License Agreement to accept it. Click Login.

The login screen

The EdgeOS Configuration Interface will appear, allowing you to customize your settings as needed. For more information, refer to the EdgeOS User Guide, which is available at www.ubnt.com/download/edgemax

You can also manage your device using the Ubiquiti® Network Management System. UNMS™ lets you configure, monitor, upgrade, and back up your devices using a single application. Get started at www.unms.com

Static IP Address

  1. Connect an Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on your computer to the port labeled eth0/PoE In on the EdgeRouter. If you are using PoE, then connect your computer to the PoE switch or adapter.
Connect power Cable

2. Configure the Ethernet adapter on your host system with a static IP address on the 192.168.1.x subnet.

3. Launch your web browser. Type https://192.168.1.1 in the address field, and press enter (PC) or return (Mac).

4. The login screen will appear. Enter ubnt in the Username and Password fields. Read the Ubiquiti License Agreement, and check the box next to I agree to the terms of this License Agreement to accept it. Click Login.

Click Login

The EdgeOS Configuration Interface will appear, allowing you to customize your settings as needed. For more information, refer to the EdgeOS User Guide, which is available at www.ubnt.com/download/edgemax

You can also manage your device using the Ubiquiti Network Management System. UNMS lets you configure, monitor, upgrade, and back up your devices using a single application. Get started at www.unms.com

Specifications

EdgeRouter X

Safety Notices

  1. Read, follow, and keep these instructions.
  2. Heed all warnings.
  3. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

WARNING: Failure to provide proper ventilation may cause fire hazard. Keep at least 20 mm of clearance next to the ventilation holes for adequate airflow.

WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.

WARNING: Do not use this product in a location that can be submerged by water.

WARNING: Avoid using this product during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.

Electrical Safety Information

  1. Compliance is required with respect to voltage, frequency, and current requirements indicated on the manufacturer’s label. Connection to a different power source than those specified may result in improper operation, damage to the equipment or pose a fire hazard if the limitations are not followed.
  2. There are no operator serviceable parts inside this equipment. Service should be provided only by a qualified service technician.
  3. This equipment is provided with a detachable power cord which has an integral safety ground wire intended for connection to a grounded safety outlet.
  • Do not substitute the power cord with one that is not the provided approved type. Never use an adapter plug to connect to a 2-wire outlet as this will defeat the continuity of the grounding wire.
  • The equipment requires the use of the ground wire as a part of the safety certification, modification or misuse can provide a shock hazard that can result in serious injury or death.
  • Contact a qualified electrician or the manufacturer if there are questions about the installation prior to connecting the equipment.
  • Protective earthing is provided by Listed AC adapter. Building installation shall provide appropriate short-circuit backup protection.
  • Protective bonding must be installed in accordance with local national wiring rules and regulations.

Limited Warranty

www.ubnt.com/support/warranty/
The limited warranty requires the use of arbitration to resolve disputes on an individual basis, and, where applicable, specify arbitration instead of jury trials or class actions.

Compliance

FCC
Changes or modifications 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.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operations of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

ISED Canada
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian CAN ICES-003.
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

Australia and New Zealand

Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

CE Marking
CE marking on this product represents the product is in compliance with all directives that are applicable to it.

RoHS/WEEE Compliance Statement

English
European Directive 2012/19/EU requires that the equipment bearing this symbol on the product and/or its packaging must not be disposed of with unsorted municipal waste. The symbol indicates that this product should be disposed of separately from regular household waste streams. It is your responsibility to dispose of this and other electric and electronic equipment via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or local authorities. Correct disposal and recycling will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health. For more detailed information about the disposal of your old equipment, please contact your local authorities, waste disposal service, or the shop where you purchased the product.

Online Resources
Support help.ubnt.com
Community community.ubnt.com
Downloads downloads.ubnt.com

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VideoMicro Microphone User Manual

VideoMicro-Microphone

USER MANUAL

VideoMicro Microphone

VideoMicro Microphone

Protect your VideoMicro™. Register online now for your 2 year warranty.

PARTS GUIDE

PARTS GUIDE
  1. Microphone Body
  2. WS9 Deluxe Windshield
  3. Rycote Lyre Shockmount
  4. Camera Shoe Mount with 3/8” thread
  5. 3.5mm microphone output socket
  6. 3.5mm dual mono output cable

INITIAL SETUP

INITIAL SETUP
  1. Insert microphone body into the captive mount on the Rycote Lyre Shockmount. Place the lyre within the located groove as in diagram A. Ensure the microphone body is centered and well balanced.
  2. Attach the WS9 Deluxe Windshield onto the front of the microphone body. A recessed section of the foam will accept the shape of the microphone body, holding it in place.
  3. Connect the 3.5mm dual mono output cable to the 3.5mm output socket on the microphone body.
SETUP

Mounting to Camera

Mounting to Camera
  1. Turn the tightening ring above the camera shoe mount counter-clockwise to loosen the camera shoe connection, before attaching to camera.
  2. Slide the camera-shoe into place on the camera mount. Once the mic is in place, secure it by tightening the ring clockwise.
  3. Connect one end of the 3.5mm output cable into the output socket on the rear of the microphone and the other end of the 3.5mm output cable to the camera’s ‘Microphone In’ socket.

Mounting to Boom Pole or Microphone Stand

  1. Connect the 3/8” thread on the bottom of the camera shoe mount to the 3/8” thread used on your Boompole or microphone stand.
  2. Rotate clockwise until connection is secure. Do not over-tighten.
Mounting to Boom Pole
Microphone Stand

SETTING UP YOUR CAMERA FOR USE

SETTING UP YOUR CAMERA FOR USE

The VideoMicro does not require batteries for operation, but instead uses the plugin power supplied via your camera’s microphone input. For best results with the VideoMicro, set your camera’s audio input to the following settings where possible.

Audio Level/Gain control: Manual (when available) Plugin Power: ON
Refer to the user manual supplied with your camera for instructions on adjusting audio settings.

WARNING

Warning! Do not supply phantom power to the VideoMicro. Phantom power is the 24 or 48 volt powering option supplied through professional XLR microphone inputs on some cameras. The VideoMicro requires Plugin power, which is typically supplied by default through your camera’s 3.5mm microphone input socket at around 2 – 5 Volts.

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Pivo Pod User Manual

Pivo Pod

USER MANUAL

Pivo Pod

Pivo Pod

POD Overview

POD Overview
  1. Smartphone Holder
  2. LED Indicator
  3. Power Button
  4. Extendable Legs
POD Overview

5. Grip Fastener
6. Micro USB charging port
7. Bubble Level
8. 1/4” Screw Thread

Product Overview
Overview

Height (without mount): 5cm /2 inches
Maximum load: 1kg
Weight: 176g / 6.2 ounces
Bluetooth: BLE 4.0
Battery: 500 mAh
Charging: Micro USB, 5VDC, 0.5A

Charging the POD

Charging the POD

LED Indicator Status

LED Indicator Status
Download PIVO APP

Create an account

  1. Open Pivo APP and tap “Yes, I got Pivo”
  2. Create a Pivo account using a valid email address
  • Tap Create account under the Log in button
  • Fill out the Sign up form
  • Confi rm your registration by email
  1. Go back to the App and Log in into your new account
  • Tap “Allow” permission to microphone, photo album
    and voice recognition

Pair your smartphone

  1. Turn your smartphone on and enable the Bluetooth settings
  2. Press and hold the power button for 3 seconds until the LED
    light turns BLUE
  3. In the App, tap “Connect” and follow the instructions on the
    screen to fi nish the pairing process
Pair your smartphone

Position your phone

Position your phone

Visualize settings and menu

  1. Swipe to the left to visualize settings
  2. Swipe to the right to visualize the menu
Visualize settings and menu
  • For detailed tutorials about how to use each mode, please visit help.getpivo.com

Remote Overview

Remote Overview

** For detailed information and manual about how to use the remote, please visit help.getpivo.com

Pairing the Remote

The Remote comes already paired and ready to use. However, if the Remote becomes disconnected or if the batteries are replaced, the Remote needs to be paired as follows:

Pairing the Remote
  1. Press the power button 3 times in quick sucession. The LED indicator will turn white, indicating that the remote pairing mode is ready.
  2. Press and hold the “+” button on the Remote until you hear 3 quick beeps. This sound indicates that the Remote pairing is complete.
3 quick beeps

Control Settings

With your Remote, you have control over various core settings of your POD including, rotation speed, rotation direction, shooting mode, shutter button, and more.

  • Up to 15 meter operating range
  • Can be paired to multiple Pivo PODs
  • Comes with 1 replaceable 3V battery (coin type)
  • For video instructions visit the Pivo YouTube offi cial channel at
    www.youtube.com/c/pivooffi cial
  • For downloadable version of this manual, go to help.getpivo.com

Additional Information

For video tutorials, visit our offi cial YouTube Channel
www.youtube.com/c/pivooffi cial

Need more product information? Scan the QR code as shown bellow or visit our support page help.getpivo.com

PIVO
2019 3i Inc. All rights reserved.
3003 North 1st Street San Jose, California CA 95134
[email protected]
www.getpivo.com
Social media @getpivo

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Bissell Crosswave Pet Vacuum User Manual

USER MANUAL

Crosswave Pet Vacuum

Bissell Crosswave
Pet Vacuum

Quick Start Usage Instructions

Click
  1. First, insert the handle at the top of the body of the machine until you hear a click.
SMALL AREA CLEANING

2. For small area cleaning (<350 sq ft), fill the clean water tank with warm tap water to the first water fill line. Then add formula to the first formula fill line.

For large area cleaning (up to 700 sq ft), fill the clean water tank with warm tap water to the second water fill line. Then add formula until you get to the second formula fill line. Screw the cap back onto the clean water tank.

On the back

3. On the back of the machine, align clean water tank with the grooves and slide tank into place until you hear a click.

HARD FLOOR BUTTON

4. Turn machine on by selecting the type of floor you will be cleaning. For hard floors, choose the HARD FLOOR button and for area rugs push the RUG button.

Each time you use the product

5. Each time you use the product, hold the solution trigger for 10 seconds to prime the system with cleaning solution before you begin cleaning. When you hold the trigger, LED lights will illuminate. When solution is flowing, you will see bubbles forming at the edges of the brush roll window. You are ready to start cleaning with your BISSELL® CrossWave® Pet!

For everyday Cleaning:
HARD FLOORS & RUGS

Choose the setting that matches the floor type you will be cleaning. Prime the system first by holding the solution spray trigger for 10 seconds. When you’re ready to clean, hold the trigger on both the forward and backward pass for great cleaning results.

Cleaning

Dirty Machine?
EASY CLEAN UP

For best results, flush the unit using the Rinse Tray. Then, rinse the dirty water tank, strainer, brush roll and brush chamber. After allowing your machine and components to dry completely, reassemble everything, making sure the machine’s brush window is securely in place before using your machine next time.

EASY CLEAN UP
REASSEMBLE

Tips & Tricks

  • On hard floors, there is no need to vacuum before using CrossWave® Pet. This machine vacuums and washes at the same time.
  • To dry floors faster, release the trigger and run the machine over the floor without dispensing solution.
  • When cleaning area rugs, remove any excessive mud from your area rug prior to using your CrossWave® Pet.
  • When cleaning excessively dirty or muddy hard floors, or if the brush roll looks dirty, use the Easy Clean Storage Tray to rinse the brush roll before cleaning your area rugs.
  • For overly challenging and stuckon messes on hard floors, activate the RUG mode and hold your CrossWave® Pet over the mess. Using short passes while holding the trigger allows the multi-surface brush to go to work.

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Zona Plus User Manual

Zona Plus Manual

USER MANUAL

Zona Plus Manual

Zona Plus

Downloading the Zona Health App

  1. Go to www.zona.com and click “My Zona Health” at the top-right. If you do not have an existing account, click “Register” to create an account.
My Zona Health

2. From the “Account” tab, click “Register Zona Plus” in the upper right-hand corner.

Register Zona Plus

3. At the bottom of the dialogue box, click the “Install Zona Health Software” link and follow the setup instructions on your computer.

Install Zona Plus

Obtaining the Registration Code

4. After the software is installed, using the USB cable included with the device, insert the smaller end into the bottom of the Zona Plus, and the larger into a USB port on your PC. The device will display “Charging…” and then your four character registration code.

Obtaining the Registration Code

5. Enter the characters shown on your Zona Plus screen into the field labeled “Registration Code” on the web page and click “Register.” Once registration is complete you will be prompted to unplug the device.

Zona Plus screen

UPLOADING YOUR THERAPY DATA

Note: You must have completed the therapy at least once for the device to have data to upload.

With your computer connected to the Internet, attach the device using the supplied USB cable. The Zona Plus screen should display “Charging….” When charging is no longer displayed you may view your therapy data on the secure Zona Health website.

Viewing Your Therapy Data

  1. Go to www.zona.com then select “My Zona Health” to log in to your account.
  2. Select the “Zona Therapy” tab to view all therapy records that have been uploaded to the secure Zona Health server.
Customer Service
Caution

GET TO KNOW YOUR ZONA PLUS

GET TO KNOW YOUR ZONA PLUS

For more information, visit
www.zonaquickstart.com

Getting Started

  • Sit down in a comfortable chair and relax.
  • Hold the device loosely in your right hand.
  • Press the green on/off button (device arrives with partial charge).

Calibration (Steps 1 & 2)

  1. When prompted, squeeze the device as hard as you can until “STOP” displays. Rest for 5 seconds.
  2. Move the device to your left hand and follow the prompts to repeat step 1.
Calibration

Guided Isometric Therapy (Steps 3 – 6)

3. With the device in your right hand, squeeze until the display reads “HOLD.” Continue squeezing for 120 seconds then rest for 60 seconds.

Hold 112

4. Move the device to your left hand and squeeze until the display reads “HOLD.” Continue squeezing for 120 seconds, then rest for 60 seconds.

Hold 120

5. Move the device to your right hand and repeat step 3.

6. Move the device to your left hand and repeat step 4.

Your Score

At the end of the therapy session, your score is displayed.
A score of 80 or above indicates a successful therapy session.

Score

To help you stay on track, two pie charts are displayed showing:

  • how many days in the past week you used the Zona Plus successfully, and
  • how many times in the past 12 weeks you have successfully completed at least 5 therapy sessions per week.
Last 7 Days

QUICK TIPS

  • Your Zona Plus comes with the battery partially charged. It’s recommended to fully charge your device prior to your first session.
  • For best results, use the device a minimum of 5 days per week.
  • Results are typically seen within 6 to 8 weeks. In some patients it may take as long as 12 weeks.

CAUTION:

You should not start this or any other exercise program without first consulting your doctor. Information on precautions and limitations can also be found in the online Zona Plus User’s Guide found at bpcharting.com.

INTENDED USE: Improves cardiovascular health.

for more information, visit
www.zonaquickstart.com

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Helium Network Tabs – Push Button User Manual

Helium Network Tabs

USER MANUAL

Helium Network Tabs

Helium Network Tabs
Push Button

Set Up Your Device

Set Up Your Device

Having trouble? Get technical support at tabs.io/support.

Push Button

Connect your Tabs system to the rest of your smart home. Use the two buttons to send custom messages to family members, or use IFTTT to create custom actions between Tabs and other smart devices or services.

Push Button
Push Button

What’s in the Box

What’s in the Box

Messages

By pressing either button on the device, a preset message will be sent to the app. The message will alert the app user and will be displayed on the device’s timeline in the app.

Customizing Messages
Messages can be set for each button by going to the Control tab, selecting a push button, and then choosing Messages. Sending a message could take several minutes.

Status Lights

Button Press
After the button is pressed, the green LED will quickly flash. Once the message is sent, the LED will light up again.

Button Press

Low Battery
The red LED will flash once per minute when low battery is detected.

Charging

The current battery level of your devices can be viewed within the Tabs app. The app will automatically alert you when a device’s battery level is low.

To charge your push button, locate its battery tab (on right). Lift up the tab, and connect the smaller side of the provided USB-C to A cable. Connect the larger side to the USB port on the back of your Tabs Hub, to your computer, or to your phone’s USB wall adapter. The green light will be solid while charging and fade on and off when charging is complete.

Charging

The Tabs App

The Tabs App

About the App

Manage all of your devices, create custom alerts, and more with our easy-to-use app.

About the App
About the App

Smart Integrations

Make your Tabs system even more powerful by connecting it to other smart home systems and devices with IFTTT.

Smart Integrations

Setting Up IFTTT

  1. Make sure IFTTT Integration is turned on by going to Alerts under Settings in the side menu .
  2. Download the IFTTT app by searching in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
  3. Search for premade Tabs applets, or create your own.

Important Product & Safety Instructions

For the most current and more detailed information about Tabs features and settings as well as safety instructions, visit tabs.io/support before the use of any Tabs products or services.

Certain sensors contain magnets. Keep away from ALL children! Do not put in nose or mouth. Swallowed magnets can stick to intestines causing serious injury or death. Seek immediate medical attention if magnets are swallowed.

These products are not toys and contain small parts that can be dangerous to children under three years old. Do not allow children or pets to play with products.

Observe proper precautions when handling batteries. Batteries may leak or explode if improperly handled.

Observe the following precautions to avoid a sensor explosion or fire:

  • Do not drop, disassemble, open, crush, bend, deform, puncture, shred, microwave, incinerate, or paint the sensors, Hub, or other hardware.
  • Do not insert foreign objects into any opening on the sensors or Hub, such as the USB port.
  • Do not use the hardware if it has been damaged—for example, if cracked, punctured, or harmed by water.
  • Disassembling or puncturing the battery (whether integrated or removable) can cause an explosion or fire.
  • Do not dry the sensors or battery with an external heat source such as a microwave oven or hair dryer.

Warnings

  • Do not place naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on or near the equipment.
  • The battery should not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, or the like.
  • Do not dismantle, open, or shred battery pack or cells.
  • Do not expose batteries to heat or fire. Avoid storage in direct sunlight.
  • Do not short-circuit the battery. Do not store batteries in a box or drawer where they may short-circuit each other or be short-circuited by other metal objects.
  • Do not remove a battery from its original packaging until required for use.
  • Do not subject batteries to mechanical shock.
  • In the event of a battery leaking, do not allow the liquid to come in contact with skin or eyes. If contact has been made, wash the affected area with copious amounts of water, and seek medical advice.
  • Do not use any charger other than that specifically provided for use with the equipment.
  • Observe the plus (+) and minus (-) marks on the battery and equipment, and ensure correct use.
  • Do not use any battery which is not designed for use with the product.
  • Do not mix cells of different manufacture, capacity, size, or type within a device.
  • Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
  • Seek medical advice immediately if a battery has been swallowed.
  • Always purchase the correct battery for the equipment.
  • Keep batteries clean and dry.
  • Wipe the battery terminals with a clean, dry cloth if they become dirty.
  • Rechargeable batteries need to be charged before use. Always use the correct charger, and refer to the manufacturer’s instructions or equipment manual for proper charging instructions.
  • Do not leave a rechargeable battery on prolonged charge when not in use.

Notices

  1. Avoid exposing your sensors or batteries to very cold or very hot temperatures. Low or high temperature conditions may temporarily shorten the battery life or cause the sensors to temporarily stop working.
  2. Take care in setting up the Hub and other hardware. Follow all installation instructions in the User Guide. Failure to do so may result in injury.
  3. Do not install hardware equipment while standing in water or with wet hands. Failure to do so can result in electric shock or death. Use caution when setting up all electronic equipment.
  4. When charging the sensors, do not handle the sensors with wet hands. Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shock.
  5. Do not use the Tabs application while driving or in other situations where distractions could be hazardous. Always be aware of your surroundings when using the Wristband Locator or other sensors.
  6. The Wristband Locator may cause skin irritation. Prolonged contact may contribute to skin irritation or allergies in some users. To reduce irritation, follow four simple wear and care tips: (1) Keep it clean; (2) Keep it dry; (3) Don’t wear it too tight; and (4) Give your wrist a rest by removing the band for an hour after extended wear.

PROP 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Cleaning Tabs Products: Use a clean, dry cloth or wipe to clean Tabs products. Do not use detergent or abrasive materials to clean the Tabs products, as this may damage the sensors.

Warranty

Limited Warranty: To the extent permitted by the law in the country in which Tabs products are available for purchase, TrackNet warrants that for a period of one (1) year from original date of purchase, the product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. In the event of a defect, contact TrackNet Customer Support (tabs. io/support) for assistance. TrackNet’s sole obligation under this warranty will be, at its option, to repair or replace the product. This warranty does not apply to products damaged by misuse, accident, or normal wear and tear. Damage resulting from use with non-Tracknet’s batteries, power cables, or other battery charging/recharging accessories or devices is also not covered by this or any warranty. NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND (EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED) ARE PROVIDED AND ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A SPECIFIC OR GENERAL PURPOSE AND THOSE ARISING BY STATUTE OR BY LAW OR FROM A CAUSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE.

Limitation of Liability: IN NO EVENT, REGARDLESS OF CAUSE, SHALL TRACKNET BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER ARISING UNDER BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE, AND WHETHER RELATED TO THE USE OF THE TABS PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

Hereby, TrackNet declares that the radio equipment for Tabs products is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and license-exempt RSS Standards of Industry Canada. 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. For the full FCC/IC Compliance Statements and EU declaration of conformity, visit www.tabs.io/legal.

This symbol means that according to local laws and regulations, your product should be disposed of separately from household waste. When this product reaches its end of life, take it to a collection point designated by local authorities. Some collection points accept products for free. The separate collection and recycling of your product at the time of disposal will help conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment.

Having trouble? Get technical support at tabs.io/support.

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Helium Network Tabs – Object Locator User Manual

Helium Network Tabs Object Locator

USER MENUAL

Helium Network Tabs 
Object Locator

Helium Network Tabs
Object Locator

Set Up Your Device

Set Up Your Device

Object Locator

Keep tabs on belongings that are susceptible to theft or loss by dropping the Object Locator into a purse or bag or by attaching it to other valuables. The Tabs app will keep track of its location for easy recovery in case of theft or loss.

Object Locator

What’s in the Box

What’s in the Box

Buzzing

Sending and Receiving a Buzz
In the Tabs app, select Locate, then the device to which you want to send a buzz. Then tap the icon in the upper right-hand corner. The device will vibrate, and the LED light will flash, when the buzz is received. Pressing the button will send the preset message to the app. The message will alert the app user and will be displayed on the device’s timeline in the app. Sending a message could take several minutes.

Sending and Receiving a Buzz

Customizing Messages
A message can be set for the button by going to the Control tab, selecting a locator, and then choosing Messages.

Status Lights

Device Motion and Low Battery
When motion is sensed after a period of rest, the green LED will quickly flash three times if the device is sufficiently charged or flash once if the device has low battery. It will continue to blink once per minute while in motion.

Button Press
After the button is pressed, the green LED will quickly flash. Once the message is sent, the LED will light up again.

Charging

The current battery level of your devices can be viewed within the Tabs app. The app will automatically alert you when a device’s battery level is low.

To charge your locator, locate its battery tab (see diagram). Lift up the tab, and connect the smaller side of the provided USB-C to A cable. Connect the larger side to the USB port on the back of your Tabs Hub, to your computer, or to your phone’s USB wall adapter. The green light will be solid while charging and fade on and off when charging is complete.

Charging

The Tabs App

Manage all of your devices, create custom alerts, and more with our easy-to-use app.

The Tabs App
The Tabs App

Custom Alerts

You can set up custom alerts for your Tabs devices. From the Control tab, select the
device you would like to create an alert for, and then follow the steps below:

Custom Alerts
  1. Select Alerts inside the device detail screen.
  2. You will see a list of all available alerts. Active alerts will have a green dot. Choose the alert that you would like to set or edit.
  3. Some alerts require extra information such as zones or times.
  4. All alerts must be activated in at least one Quick Mode (see next page).

Zones

Set custom zones, and be alerted when your loved ones enter and exit or if they don’t arrive when expected.

To add a zone, go to Settings from the side menu . Select Zones, and press the + icon in the upper right-hand corner. You can edit a zone by tapping on its name from the list on the Zones screen.

Zones
Zones

Quick Modes

Quick modes ensure that you only get the alerts you really need, when you want them. For example, you might not want to receive alerts from your Object Locator when you are asleep. Modes are set per alert during alert creation. You can change your current mode from the side menu .

Friends & Family Mode

Switching to Away mode displays a toggle for Friends & Family. This feature forwards
your alerts to a trusted neighbor or family member. Members can be added by going to
Alerts under Settings in the side menu and tapping on Friends & Family Alerts.

Locate

The Locate tab shows the location of loved ones wearing Wristband Locators and valuables using Object Locators in real time.

Locate
Locate

Important Product & Safety Instructions
For the most current and more detailed information about Tabs features and settings as well as safety instructions, visit tabs.io/support before the use of any Tabs products or services.

Certain sensors contain magnets. Keep away from ALL children! Do not put in nose or mouth. Swallowed magnets can stick to intestines causing serious injury or death. Seek immediate medical attention if magnets are swallowed.

These products are not toys and contain small parts that can be dangerous to children under three years old. Do not allow children or pets to play with products.

Observe proper precautions when handling batteries. Batteries may leak or explode if improperly handled.

Observe the following precautions to avoid a sensor explosion or fire:

  • Do not drop, disassemble, open, crush, bend, deform, puncture, shred, microwave, incinerate, or paint the sensors, Hub, or other hardware.
  • Do not insert foreign objects into any opening on the sensors or Hub, such as the USB port.
  • Do not use the hardware if it has been damaged—for example, if cracked, punctured, or harmed by water.
  • Disassembling or puncturing the battery (whether integrated or removable) can cause an explosion or fire.
  • Do not dry the sensors or battery with an external heat source such as a microwave oven or hair dryer.

Warnings

  • Do not place naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on or near the equipment.
  • The battery should not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, or the like.
  • Do not dismantle, open, or shred battery pack or cells.
  • Do not expose batteries to heat or fire. Avoid storage in direct sunlight.
  • Do not short-circuit the battery. Do not store batteries in a box or drawer where they may short-circuit each other or be short-circuited by other metal objects.
  • Do not remove a battery from its original packaging until required for use.
  • Do not subject batteries to mechanical shock.
  • In the event of a battery leaking, do not allow the liquid to come in contact with skin or eyes. If contact has been made, wash the affected area with copious amounts of water, and seek medical advice.
  • Do not use any charger other than that specifically provided for use with the equipment.
  • Observe the plus (+) and minus (-) marks on the battery and equipment, and ensure correct use.
  • Do not use any battery which is not designed for use with the product.
  • Do not mix cells of different manufacture, capacity, size, or type within a device.
  • Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
  • Seek medical advice immediately if a battery has been swallowed.
  • Always purchase the correct battery for the equipment.
  • Keep batteries clean and dry.
  • Wipe the battery terminals with a clean, dry cloth if they become dirty.
  • Rechargeable batteries need to be charged before use. Always use the correct charger, and refer to the manufacturer’s instructions or equipment manual for proper charging instructions.
  • Do not leave a rechargeable battery on prolonged charge when not in use.

Notices

  1. Avoid exposing your sensors or batteries to very cold or very hot temperatures. Low or high temperature conditions may temporarily shorten the battery life or cause the sensors to temporarily stop working.
  2. Take care in setting up the Hub and other hardware. Follow all installation instructions in the User Guide. Failure to do so may result in injury.
  3. Do not install hardware equipment while standing in water or with wet hands. Failure to do so can result in electric shock or death. Use caution when setting up all electronic equipment.
  4. When charging the sensors, do not handle the sensors with wet hands. Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shock.
  5. Do not use the Tabs application while driving or in other situations where distractions could be hazardous. Always be aware of your surroundings when using the Wristband Locator or other sensors.
  6. The Wristband Locator may cause skin irritation. Prolonged contact may contribute to skin irritation or allergies in some users. To reduce irritation, follow four simple wear and care tips: (1) Keep it clean; (2) Keep it dry; (3) Don’t wear it too tight; and (4) Give your wrist a rest by removing the band for an hour after extended wear.

PROP 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Cleaning Tabs Products: Use a clean, dry cloth or wipe to clean Tabs products. Do not use detergent or abrasive materials to clean the Tabs products, as this may damage the sensors.

Warranty

Limited Warranty: To the extent permitted by the law in the country in which Tabs products are available for purchase, TrackNet warrants that for a period of one (1) year from original date of purchase, the product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. In the event of a defect, contact TrackNet Customer Support (tabs. io/support) for assistance. TrackNet’s sole obligation under this warranty will be, at its option, to repair or replace the product. This warranty does not apply to products damaged by misuse, accident, or normal wear and tear. Damage resulting from use with non-Tracknet’s batteries, power cables, or other battery charging/recharging accessories or devices is also not covered by this or any warranty. NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND (EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED) ARE PROVIDED AND ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A SPECIFIC OR GENERAL PURPOSE AND THOSE ARISING BY STATUTE OR BY LAW OR FROM A CAUSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE.

Limitation of Liability: IN NO EVENT, REGARDLESS OF CAUSE, SHALL TRACKNET BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER ARISING UNDER BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE, AND WHETHER RELATED TO THE USE OF THE TABS PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

Hereby, TrackNet declares that the radio equipment for Tabs products is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and license-exempt RSS Standards of Industry Canada. 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. For the full FCC/IC Compliance Statements and EU declaration of conformity, visit www.tabs.io/legal.

This symbol means that according to local laws and regulations, your product should be disposed of separately from household waste. When this product reaches its end of life, take it to a collection point designated by local authorities. Some collection points accept products for free. The separate collection and recycling of your product at the time of disposal will help conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment.

Having trouble? Get technical support at tabs.io/support.

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Hunter Pro C User Manual

USER MANUAL

Hunter Pro C

Hunter Residential and Light Commercial Irrigation Controller
PC Series
Modular Controller
Indoor/Outdoor Models

SPECIFICATIONS

Operating Specifications

  • Station Run Time: 1 minute to 6 hours on programs A, B, and C
  • Start Times: 4 per program, three programs for up to 12 starts
  • Watering Schedule: 7-day calendar, interval watering up to a 31-day interval or true odd or even day programming, made possible by the 365-day clock/calendar

Electrical Specifications

  • Transformer Input: 120 VAC, 60 hz (230 VAC, 50/60 hz International Use)
  • Transformer Output: 24 VAC, 1 amp
  • Station Output: 24 VAC, 0.56 amps per station
  • Maximum Output: 24 VAC, 0.84 amps (includes Master Valve Circuit)
  • Battery: 9-volt alkaline battery (not included) used only for non-AC programming, the non-volatile memory maintains program information
  • Battery, front panel, internal CR2032 lithium for real-time clock

Cabinet Dimensions

Height: 9″ (23 cm)
Width: 10″ (21.5 cm)
Depth: 4.5″ (10.9 cm)
Outdoor cabinet is NEMA 3R, IP44 rated.

Default Settings
All stations are set to zero run time. This controller has a non-volatile memory that retains all entered program data even during power outages, without need for a battery.

Cleaning
Clean only with cloth dampened with mild soapy water.

PRO-C COMPONENTS

PRO-C COMPONENTS
LCD Display
PRO-C COMPONENTS
Control Dial
Wiring Compartment

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Power Pressure Cooker XL User Manual

Power Pressure Cooker XL

Owner’s Manual

Power Pressure Cooker

Power Pressure Cooker XL
Model: Model #PPC770

IMPORTANT: Do Not Use This Pressure Cooker Until You Have Read This Entire Manual Thoroughly. Warranty information inside.

Congratulations…

You are about to discover what so many other food lovers have known for years. Simply, that meals prepared properly with the pressure cooking method taste better and cook faster than foods prepared using conventional stovetop methods.

For decades, our culinary design division has created some of the most useful and popular kitchen appliances for worldwide use. The Power Pressure Cooker XL™ is the latest in our distinguished line.

We have tested and perfected the right combination of metals, cooking surfaces
and digital technology guaranteed to help you get mealtime raves from the whole family. Once familiar with the “one-touch” pre-set system, you’ll find that many of your favorite family recipes can be cooked perfectly in a fraction of the time.

The sealed cooking chamber builds up heat and pressure. The result … more flavor stays locked within the food and less energy is wasted in a shorter cooking time. The “sealed” cooking process eliminates messy stovetop spills while “trapping” heat, making for cooler kitchens and easier cleanups.

The Power Pressure Cooker XL™ will provide you many years of delicious family meals and memories around the dinner table… but before you begin it is very important that you read this entire manual making certain that you are totally familiar with its operation and precautions.

Important Safeguards

When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed including the following:

  • Read and follow all instructions carefully.
  • This appliance is not intended for use by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they are under the supervision of a responsible person or have been given proper instruction in using the appliance. This appliance is not intended for use by children.
  • Always be sure the float valve is on correctly before use. Incorrect assembly may prevent the cooker from building pressure or allow steam to come out from the sides of the lid (See page 7 for assembly).
  • Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
  • To protect against electric shock do not immerse or rinse cords or plugs in water or other liquid.
  • This appliance should never be operated by children and special care should be taken when the unit is in use in their presence.
  • Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts.
  • Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair or adjustment.
  • Do not use any attachments or utensils that were not recommended or supplied by the manufacturer. The use of attachments not recommended for use by the manufacturer may cause serious hazardous situations including personal injury.
  • Do not use outdoors.
  • Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
  • Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
  • Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or other hot liquids.
  • Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into the wall outlet. To disconnect, set any control to ”Off”, then remove plug from wall outlet.
  • Do not use appliance for anything other than its intended use.
  • This appliance cooks under pressure. Improper use may result in scalding injury. Make certain unit is properly closed before operating. See Instructions For Use.
  • Never fill the unit above the MAX LINE in the Inner Pot (Illustration2, page 4). When using foods that expand during cooking suchas rice or dried beans, follow the recipe for “pressure cooking” those products, and as a rule of thumb, do not fill the unit above the “halfway” point. Overfilling may cause clogging, allowing excess pressure to develop. See Instructions For Use.
  • Be aware that certain foods, such as applesauce, cranberries, pearl barley, oatmeal or other cereals, split peas, noodles, macaroni, rhubarb, and spaghetti, can foam, froth, sputter, andclog the pressure release device (steam vent). Recipes using these items must be followed carefully to avoid problems.
  • Always check the pressure release devices for clogs before use.
  • Do not open the Power Pressure Cooker XL until the unit has cooled and all internal pressure has been released. If the unit is difficult to open, this indicates that the cooker is still pressurized – do not force it open. Any pressure in the cooker can be hazardous. See Instructions For Use.
  • Do not use this pressure cooker for pressure frying with oil.
  • This appliance has been designed for use with a 3 prong, grounded, 120V electrical outlet only. Do not use any other electrical outlet.
  • The Power Pressure Cooker XL generates extreme heat and steam in its operation. All necessary precautions must be taken to avoid fire, burns and other personal injury during its operation.
  • When in operation the Power Pressure Cooker XL requires sufficient air space on all sides including top and bottom. Never operate the unit near any flammable materials such as dish towels, paper towels, curtains, paper plates, etc.
  • Always plug the electrical cord directly into the wall outlet. Never use this unit with an extension cord of any kind.
  • Anyone who has not fully read and understood all operating and safety instructions contained in this manual is not qualified to operate or clean this appliance.
  • If this unit falls or accidentally becomes immersed in water, unplug it from the wall outlet immediately. Do not reach into the water!
  • Do not operate this appliance on an unstable surface.
  • If this appliance begins to malfunction during use, immediately unplug the cord. Do not use or attempt to repair a malfunctioning appliance!
  • NEVER FORCE OPEN the Power Pressure Cooker XL. If you need to open the Power Pressure Cooker XL, press the ”KEEP WARM/CANCEL” button and using tongs or a kitchen tool carefully rotate the Pressure Valve to the OPEN position (fig. 4, page 4) to fully release the building pressure inside the cooker. Make sure that all the steam has dissipated from the cooker. Carefully turn the handle clockwise to open. Always open the lid away from you to avoid skin contact with any remaining heat or steam.
  • CAUTION: TO REDUCE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, COOK ONLY IN THE REMOVABLE CONTAINER. Do not immerse the housing or base in water. Before use, clean the bottom of the Inner Pot and the surface of the heater plate… insert the Inner Pot, turning it slightly clockwise and counterclockwise until you are sure it is sitting correctly on the heater plate. Failure to do so will prevent proper operation and may cause damage to the unit.
  • CAUTION HOT SURFACES. This appliance generates heat and escaping steam during use. Proper precautions must be taken to prevent the risk of personal injury, fires, and damage to property.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS – FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY.

SHORT CORD INSTRUCTIONS

A short power-supply cord is provided to reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Do not use an extension cord with this product.

ELECTRIC POWER

If the electrical circuit is overloaded with other appliances, your appliance may not operate properly. It should be operated on a dedicated electrical circuit.

NOTE: This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.

SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • The Digital Display on your Power Pressure Cooker XL offers a wide range of choices including Low Temp Cooking, Stewing, Steaming and much more.
  • Cooking Time and Pressure Levels may be adjusted to suit any recipe or personal preference. At the completion of the cooking cycle, the unit will automatically shift to the KEEP WARM mode.
  • Digital Pressure Cooking utilizes temperatures up to 248O F (120O C) creating a more sterile and healthier environment when compared to traditional cooking methods.
  • The Pressure Vent feature allows you to lower pressure quickly and completely. To do so, carefully rotate the Pressure Valve to the Vent position using tongs or another kitchen tool. Never use bare hands.

CAUTION: During this process protect your skin from any contact with escaping steam.

  • The STEAM mode heats cooking liquid in the Inner Pot to a boil in a matter of minutes, for steaming and cooking an endless variety of foods.
  • The KEEP WARM mode holds and keeps cooked food warm for an extended period of time. Foods kept at KEEP WARM mode for periods beyond 4 hours may lose their good flavor and texture.

Built-In Safety Features

  1. Lid Safety Device: Prevents pressure build-up if lid is not closed properly and prevents lid from opening until all pressure is released.
  2. Pressure and Temperature Sensor Controls: Maintain even heat and pressure by automatically activating or deactivating the power supply.
  3. “Back-up” Safety Release Valve: Should the Temperature/Pressure Sensor device malfunction, causing pressure to build beyond maximum setting, the “Back-Up” will automatically “kick in” and release the built up pressure.
  4. “Clog Resistant” Feature: Prevents food from blocking the steam release port.
  5. “Spring-Loaded” Safety Pressure Release: Should all safety features listed above fail, this “spring-loaded” device located beneath the heating element will automatically lower the Inner Pot, causing it to separate automatically from the Rubber Gasket. This will enable the steam and pressure to automatically escape around the pot Lid, avoiding a dangerous situation.
  6. Temperature “Cut-Off” Device: Should the unit malfunction and cause the internal temperature to rise beyond the “Safe” limit, this device will cut-off the power supply and will not automatically reset.

Power Pressure Cooker XL PARTS & ACCESSORIES

Power Pressure Cooker XL PARTS & ACCESSORIES
Power Pressure Cooker XL PARTS & ACCESSORIES
Power Pressure Cooker XL PARTS & ACCESSORIES

IMPORTANT: Your Power Pressure Cooker XLTM has been shipped with the components shown above. Check everything carefully before use. If any part is missing or damaged do not use this product and contact shipper using the customer service number located on the back cover of the owner’s manual.

General Operating Instructions

BEFORE THE FIRST USE

Before using the Power Pressure Cooker XL for the first time, wash the Inner Pot, the Lid and the Rubber Gasket (pictured below # 1) with warm soapy water. Rinse with clean water and dry thoroughly.

To ensure correct fitting of the Rubber Gasket, fill the Inner Pot (pictured below #2) with water about 2/3 full, place the Lid on the cooker (Pictured below #3), then Rotate the Pressure Valve to the Lock position and run on CANNING mode for 10 minutes. When the cycle is complete, useing tongs or another kitchen tool, carefully rotate the Pressure Valve to the Open position (Pictured below #4)allowing all pressure to escape. Let the appliance cool to room temperature. Pour out the water. Rinse and towel dry the Inner Pot. The Power Pressure Cooker XL is now ready for use.

1. Lid (underside) Rubber Gasket

For proper cleaning the Rubber Gasket should be removed. Using the Pull Tab located beneath the Lid, remove the Pot Lid Liner that holds the Gasket. After cleaning, re-attach Gasket to Lid Liner and snap back in place.

2. Inner Pot

Inner Pot

3. Placing The Lid On The Cooker

Placing The Lid On The Cooker

Place Inner Pot into the unit. Never load Inner Pot above the MAX line. Rotate the Inner Pot to make certain that it is seated properly.

Place Lid on Cooker with Handle and Recessed Valve (Fig. A) pointed to the “10:00 o’clock” position. Rotate Lid counter-clockwise until you feel a click.

HOT LID WARNING: Use black composite handle only when opening lid. The stainless steal parts become very hot and could burn your hands.

4. Pressure Valve

WARNING: Avoid serious injury… Never use your hand to set the Pressure Valve in the Open Position after any cooking process. Use tongs or some other kitchen tool.

Condensation Collector

Condensation Collector

The Condensation Collector easily picks up any moisture that may drip off when using your Power Pressure Cooker XL. Simply align and push the collector into the channels on the back of the cooker. Empty and clean after each use.

  • Never load Inner Pot above the MAX line. Rotate the Inner Pot to make certain that it is seated properly on the Heating Plate.
  • Always be certain the Pressure Valve is free floating and clear of any obstructions.
  • Attach the AC Cord to the base of the unit then plug the AC Cord into a dedicated 120V wall outlet.
  • Steam and pressure must be released completely from the Cooker before the Lid will open. To do this, carefully follow the instructions on the previous page.

CAUTION: During this process protect your skin by avoiding any contact with escaping steam or the stainless steel portion of the Pot Lid.

  • Press down gently on Lid and turn clockwise until Lid meets resistance… lift carefully and place aside. Avoid personal injury resulting from hot unit surfaces and dripping liquids.

Note: The “cook times” shown in the recipe booklet do not include the additional time needed to pressurize the unit before cooking begins. Full pressurization could take up to 17 minutes.

CARE AND CLEANING

CLEANING THE SAFETY DEVICES: In addition to the gasket, the other safety devices on the Power Pressure Cooker XL must also be cleaned after each use.

THE PRESSURE VALVE: To remove the Pressure Valve, simply pull up and valve will release from its spring lock mechanism. Apply mild detergent and wash it under warm running water. After cleaning, check to see that the interior spring-loaded part moves freely by pressing down on it. Put the Pressure Valve back in place by pushing it down onto the spring-loaded mechanism. This appliance requires little maintenance. It contains no user serviceable parts. Do not try to repair it yourself. Contact customer service for qualified repair information.

TO CLEAN: After use, unplug unit and allow to cool completely before cleaning. The Power Pressure Cooker XL must be cleaned thoroughly after each use in order to avoid staining caused by a build-up of food or cooking residue.

DO NOT POUR COLD WATER INTO A HOT Power Pressure Cooker XL.

Note: To ensure safe operation of this Power Pressure Cooker XL, strictly follow the cleaning and maintenance instructions after each use, should a tiny bit of food (such as a grain of rice or pea shell) remain in the unit, it could prevent the safety devices from operating during subsequent use.

IMPORTANT: Always remove the Pressure Valve and clean the opening with pin to remove any blockage that might have occurred during the cooking process. This must be done after each use. The removable cooking pot and Lid are immersible for cleaning. Rinse cooking pot and Lid under hot running water. Use only a mild liquid detergent and a soft cloth, sponge or nylon scrubber for cleaning. Do not use abrasive powders, bicarbonate of soda or bleach. Do not use scouring pads.

WIPE BASE AFTER EACH USE WITH A SOFT, DAMP CLOTH OR SPONGE, MAKING SURE ALL FOOD RESIDUE IS REMOVED.
DO NOT IMMERSE BASE IN WATER

When cleaning the Lid, the Rubber Gasket (page 4, Illustration #1) must be removed and washed separately with a sponge or soft cloth and warm, soapy water.

  • Unplug and let the Power Pressure Cooker XL cool to room temperature before cleaning.
  • Wash the removable pot with warm, soapy water and clean with a soft cloth or sponge. Rinse off with clean water and towel dry.
  • The Rubber Gasket must always be properly positioned on the underside of the Lid. Check periodically to make sure that it is clean, flexible and not torn. If damaged, do not use this unit.
  • Wipe the mirror finished outer Housing with a damp soft cloth or sponge (glass cleaner gives housing a brilliant lustre).
  • Never use harsh chemical detergents, scouring pads or powders on any of the parts or components.
  • Always check that the Pressure Valve and Float Valve are in good working order and debris free.

General Operating Instructions

DIGITAL CONTROL PANEL

DIGITAL CONTROL PANEL

The Power Pressure Cooker XL has seven basic cooking modes that may be used alone or in combination to produce an infinite variety of results.

WHEN THE UNIT IS FIRST PLUGGED IN, 0000 will appear on the LED Display. When a cooking process is selected, such as CANNING/PRESERVING, the default time will be displayed for 5 seconds in the LED window. Then a rotating effect will appear on the screen to signify it is building pressure. Once pressure is built, the rotating effect will end and the display will begin counting down the time. When the process is completed, the unit will beep and enter KEEP WARM mode until cancelled.

COOK TIME SELECTOR BUTTON: When a specific cooking program is selected, the unit will display the default time in the LED window and the “Food:Quick” indicator below the LED window will light. Should your recipe or personal taste require “Medium” or “Well” results, you may select those options by pushing the Cook Time Selector button. In addition, the Cook Time Selector Button may be used when cooking Rice to select the perfect program for White, Brown or Wild varieties.

NOTE: You may override pre-programmed time by selecting the Time Adjustment button.
IMPORTANT: Any function can be stopped immediately by selecting the CANCEL button.

Program Setting

Program Setting

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

If there is steam coming out the sides and the Pressure Valve on top of the Lid is in the Lock position, then the Lid has not seated. This sometimes happens when the unit is new. If the gasket is in place try pushing down on the Lid. This should seal the Lid and the steam should stop coming out. It is also important to be sure the Float Valve is assembled correctly. Incorrect assembly may cause steam to come out the sides or prevent pressure from building. The Float Valve should be able to move up and down freely only stopping when the silicon gasket meets the Lid. It is however normal for condensation to appear in the condensation collector. See illustration below for assembly.

01

1. Hold the head of the Float Valve and insert the fluted end into the hole in the Lid of the unit with a pencil or any other slim tool. Push and hold the head of the Float Valve tightly in place and reverse the Lid to the underside.

02

2. The fluted end of the Float Valve should be sticking out of the inside of the Lid.

03

3. Place the silicon gasket onto the fluted end of the Float Valve so it sits in the groove.

04

4. The Float Valve should be able to move up and down freely only stopping when the silicon gasket meets the Lid.

General Operating Instructions

PRESSURE COOKING CHARTS

PRESSURE COOKING CHARTS
PRESSURE COOKING CHARTS

NOTE: All pressure cooking modes require the addition of liquid in some form
(water, stock, etc.). Unless you are familiar with the pressure cooking process,
follow recipes carefully for liquid addition suggestions. Never fill inner pot above
MAX line. Always use Pressure Valve to lower pressure quickly.

UNIT SPECIFICATIONS

UNIT SPECIFICATIONS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. DOES THE Power Pressure Cooker XL HAVE LEAD IN IT?
    No!
  2. WHAT TYPE OF STEEL IS THE UNIT MADE OF?
    Stainless Steel
  3. HOW DO YOU ASSEMBLE/DISASSEMBLE THE UNIT?
    See Diagram on page 3 of this manual.
  4. WHY WOULD THE LID COME OFF WHEN IT SHOULDN’T?
    It should only come off if there was no pressure inside.
  5. WHAT IS THE DEFAULT TIME?
    Each cooking mode has a default time that appears as soon as you select that desired mode button. Before the Default Time “minute count down” clock begins, the unit must first reach the proper pressure and/or temperature for that mode.
  6. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR THE UNIT TO REACH FULL PRESSURE AND FOR THE COOK TIME CLOCK TO START A COUNT DOWN?
    Up to 17 minutes.
  7. CAN YOU CHANGE THE COOK TIME SO THAT IT IS MORE THAN THE DEFAULT SETTING?
    Yes! SEE CHART ON PAGE 7.
  8. CAN YOU LEAVE THE UNIT ON WHILE NOT AT HOME?
    Yes!
  9. CAN YOU PUT FROZEN FOODS IN WITHOUT DEFROSTING?
    Yes, remember to add an extra 10 minutes for
    frozen meats.

Pressure Canning Guide

Great Food Anytime…

The canning process will enable you to prepare and preserve all of your family’s favorites including fresh and cooked fruits, vegetables, meats, jams and jellies. Canning is a great way to bring “out of season” foods to the table economically. You can buy in bulk now at low prices and preserve for the future when items are scarce and more costly.

NOTE: It is important that you read this guide carefully following all steps to ensure that the food has been processed to preserve its nutritional value and is safe for consumption by your family. Improper canning can lead to serious health consequences.

Pressure Canning

The Pressure Canning process can be used for all foods and particularly for those containing little acid. These include vegetables, meats and seafood.

When canning there is no room for experimentation. Altering cooking time, ingredients and temperatures can be dangerous and risky. Using the exact time, temperature and method specified in the recipe will protect the food from harmful bacteria, molds and enzymes. Adding too much time to a recipe will destroy nutrients and flavor.

Food enzymes can promote the growth of molds and yeasts, which in turn will cause food to spoil. These agents can be destroyed by achieving a temperature of 212° with steam canning methods however other contaminants may develop such as salmonella, staphylococcus aureus, and clostridium botulinum, the cause of botulism. Killing these harmful bacteria requires a temperature of 240° provided only by the Pressure Canning process.

Power

Pressure Canning Guide

Food Acidity

The lower the acid content in the food, the greater the potential for spoilage and
contamination. Many foods such as fruits are high in acid where as others such as meats, dairy products and sea foods have low acid levels. (see charts below

Proper Pressure Canning minimizes the possibility of spoilage and contamination.

Examples of High Acid Foods
Examples of Low Acid Foods

Raw Packing and Hot Packing

Fresh foods contain air. The shelf life of canned food depends on how much air has been removed during the canning process. The more air removed, the longer the shelf life.

Raw Packing is the process of canning fresh but unheated foods. The process causes foods such as fresh fruit to float in their jars. Raw packed foods tend to lose color over time. Raw packing may be preferable in some recipes.

Hot Packing is the process of canning foods that have been pre-cooked prior to packing them in their jars. This reduces the air in the food.

Regardless of the method used, all liquids added to the foods should always be heated to a boiling point. This will remove excess air, shrink the foods, prevent floating and create a tighter seal.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Altitude and Pressure Canning

The temperature at which water will boil can vary depending upon your location in regards to sea level. The Power Pressure Cooker XL will operate properly up to a maximum altitude of 2,000 ft. above sea level. Do not use this unit for pressure canning above an altitude of 2,000 ft.

Processing Time and Pressure

The chart below demonstrates proper processing time and pressure for various foods using your Power Pressure Cooker XL. The CANNING button sets the pressure. A kPa setting of 80 is equal to 11.6 lbs. PSI. At up to 2,000 ft. above sea level, the Power Pressure Cooker XL with a kPa 80 setting will produce sufficient pressure and heat to safely process all foods for canning.

Processing Time and Pressure

For processing times and methods for additional low acid foods, please refer to the National Center for Home Food Preservation (http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/): or your local county extension agent.

Safe Canning Tips

  • Do not use over-ripe fruit. Bad quality degrades with storage.
  • Do not add more low-acid ingredients (onions, celery, peppers, garlic) than specified in the recipe. This may result in an unsafe product.
  • Don’t over-season with spices. Spices tend to be high in bacteria making canned goods unsafe.
  • Do not add butter or fat. Fats do not store well and may increase the rate of spoilage.
  • Thickeners – never use flour, starch, pasta, rice or barley. Use only USDA recommended Clear Jel ®.
  • DO add acid (lemon juice, vinegar or citric acid) especially to tomato products when directed in the recipe. If necessary, you can balance the tart taste by adding sugar.

Pressure Canning Guide

Getting Started
Your Power Pressure Cooker XL is designed to accommodate 4 – 16 oz. (1 pint) wide mouth jars per canning session. We suggest you use jars with self-sealing lids.

Jar Cleaning
Always wash empty jars in hot water with detergent by hand or in dishwasher. Rinse thoroughly. Scale or hard-water films on jars are easily removed by soaking jars several hours in a solution containing 1 cup of vinegar (5 percent acidity) per gallon of water

Lid Preparation
The self-sealing lid (A) consists of a flat metal lid held in place during processing by a metal screw band (B). When jars are processed, the lid gasket softens to form an airtight seal with the jar. To ensure a good seal, carefully follow the manufacturer’s directions in preparing lids for use. Examine all metal lids carefully.

Lid & Jar

Do not use old, dented, or deformed lids, or lids with gaps or other defects in the sealing gasket.

Additional Accessories You May Need

Additional Accessories You May Need

The Power Pressure Cooker XL Pressure Canning Process

To begin, select a recipe that has been pre-tested and approved for pressure canning.
Though ingredients vary, generally speaking you will be processing the food as demonstrated in this guide

  1. Select a pre-tested pressure canning recipe. Choosing only the freshest ingredients, prepare the food as instructed. Vegetables and fruits should be at their peak of fresh picked ripeness.
FIG-1

2. Fill 16 oz. clean canning jars to the level shown in FIG.1. Any liquid should not exceed the level shown in FIG.1, so that there remains a headspace at the top of approximately 1 inch.

Fig-2

3. Using a flexible nonporous spatula gently press between the food and the jar to remove any trapped air bubbles as in FIG.2.

Fig-3

4. Place a clean lid on top of the jar and then add a screw band. Turn clockwise and hand tighten in place as in FIG.3.

NOTE: Never retighten lids after processing jars. As jars cool, the contents contract, pulling the self-sealing lid firmly against the jar to form a high vacuum.

If screw bands are too loose, liquid may escape from jars during processing, and seals may fail.

If screw bands are too tight, air cannot vent during processing, and food will discolor during storage. Over tightening also may cause lids to buckle and jars to break, especially with raw-packed, pressure processed food. Screw bands are not needed on stored jars. They should be removed after jars are cooled.

When removed, washed, dried, and stored, screw bands may be used many times. If left on stored jars, they become difficult to remove, often rust, and may not work properly again.

5. Place the Inner Pot in the base unit. Then put the Wire Rack in the bottom of the Inner Pot. Place Filled, sealed Jars on Rack. Unit will hold up to 4-16 oz. jars (maximum).

6. Pour hot water over the jars and into the Inner Pot until the water level reaches 1/4 of the way up the sides of the jars. For 4-16 oz. jars this would be about 6 cups of water. When processing fewer jars, more water would be needed.

7. After reading the Owner’s Manual, put the lid on the base and lock in place. Plug the unit into the wall outlet.

8. Select the Canning/Preserving button. The Unit will default to the Canning program automatically setting the pressure at 80 kPa. Now you will need to set the Cook Time as per your recipe.

9. When the canning process is complete, select the Cancel button. Unplug the unit and Set the Pressure Valve to the Open position. Once all the steam has escaped, Carefully remove the lid.

10. Using Canning Tongs, remove the hot jars and place them on a heat resistant surface and allow to cool to room temperature.

11. When jars are thoroughly cool, remove the Screw Bands. The lids should be tightly sealed to the jars and when pressed in the center they should not have any “give” or springing motion. If they do, you can not safely store this food for future use. It must be reprocessed immediately or refrigerated and used within a few days.

12. Place the finished jars on shelves in a cool, clean, dry atmosphere. Properly processed food will last for months and seasons. Jars, lids and screw bands are reusable. Check all carefully for damage before reuse.

Pressure Canning Guide

IMPORTANT: The Power Pressure Cooker XL when used as a pressure canning device does not have an effective operating capacity for more than 2,000 ft. above sea level.

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Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty

The manufacturer warrants that your Power Pressure Cooker XL™ is free of defects in materials and workmanship and will, at its option, repair or replace any defective Power Pressure Cooker XL™ that is returned to it. All parts and components of the Power Pressure Cooker XL™ are warranteed for 60 days from the original date of purchase. This warranty is valid only in accordance with the conditions set forth below:

  1. Normal wear and tear are not covered by this warranty. This warranty applies to consumer use only, and is void when the product is used in a commercial or institutional setting.
  2. The warranty extends only to the original consumer purchaser and is not transferable. In addition, proof of purchase must be demonstrated. This warranty is void if the product has been subject to accident, misuse, abuse, improper maintenance or repair, or unauthorized modification.
  3. This limited warranty is the only written or express warranty given by the manufacturer. Any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose on this product is limited in duration to the duration of this warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
  4. Repair or replacement of the product (or, if repair or replacement is not feasible, a refund of the purchase price) is the exclusive remedy of the consumer under this warranty. The manufacturer shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages for breach of this warranty or any implied warranty on this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or onsequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
  5. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

Procedure for Warranty Repairs or Replacement:

If warranty service is necessary, the original purchaser must pack the product securely and send it postage paid with a description of the defect, proof of purchase, and a check or money order for $24.99 to cover return postage and handling to the following address:
Power Pressure Cooker XL™, P.O. Box 3007, Wallingford, CT 06492.

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Honeywell Pro Series Thermostat Manual

Honeywell

USER MANUAL

Honeywell

Honeywell Programmable Thermostat
Model : T6 Pro

Package Includes:

  • T6 Pro Thermostat
  • UWP Mounting System
  • Honeywell Standard Installation Adapter (J-box adapter)
  • Honeywell Decorative Cover Plate –Small; size 4-49/64 in x 4-49/64 in x11/32 in (121 mm x 121 mm x 9 mm)
  • Screws and anchors
  • 2 AA Batteries
  • Installation Instructions and User Guide

Optional Cover Plate installation

NOTE: If Optional Cover Plate is not required, see “UWP Mounting System installation” on next page.

Use the Optional Cover Plate when:

  • Mounting the thermostat to an electrical junction box
  • Or when you need to cover paint gap from old thermostat.
  1. Separate the Junction Box Adapter from the Cover Plate. See Figure 1.
01

2. Mount the Junction Box Adapter to the wall or an electrical box using any of the eight screw holes. Insert and tighten mounting screws supplied with Cover Plate Kit. Do not overtighten. See Figure 2. Make sure the Adapter Plate is level.

3. Attach the UWP by hanging it on the top hook of the Junction Box Adapter and then snapping the bottom of the UWP in place. See Figure 3.

02-03

4. Snap the Cover Plate onto the Junction Box Adapter. See Figure 4.

04

UWP Mounting System installation

5. Before starting, turn the power off at the breaker box or switch. Open package to find the UWP. See Figure 5.

6. Position the UWP on wall. Level and mark hole positions. See Figure 6. Drill holes at marked positions, and then lightly tap supplied wall anchors into the wall using a hammer.
‒‒ Drill 7/32” holes for drywall.

05-06

7. Pull the door open and insert the wires through wiring hole of the UWP. See Figure 7.

8. Place the UWP over the wall anchors. Insert and tighten mounting screws supplied with the UWP. Do not overtighten. Tighten until the UWP no longer moves. Close the door. See Figure 8.

07-08

Power options

Power options

Insert R and C wires into designated terminals for primary AC power (C terminal is optional if batteries are installed, but it is recommended). Remove wires by depressing the terminal tabs.

Insert AA batteries

Insert AA batteries for primary or backup power.

Setting Slider Tabs

Set R Slider Tab.

  • Use built-in jumper (R Slider Tab) to differentiate between one or two transformer systems.
  • If there is only one R wire, and it is connected to the R, Rc, or RH terminal, set the slider to the up position (1 wire).
  • If there is one wire connected to the R terminal and one wire connected to the Rc terminal, set the slider to the down position (2 wires).
UWP Mounting System

NOTE: Slider Tabs for U terminals should be left in place for T6 Pro models.

Wiring terminal designations

Note: Not all terminals may be used, depending on the system type that is being wired. The most commonly used terminals are shaded.

Wiring terminal designations
Wiring terminal designations
  • Terminal can be jumped using Slider Tab. See “Setting Slider Tabs” above.
  • The THP9045A1023 Wire Saver Module is used on heat/cool systems when you only have four wires at the thermostat, and you need a fifth wire for a common wire. Use the K terminal in place of the Y and G terminals on conventional or heat pump systems to provide control of the fan and the compressor through a single wire—the unused wire then becomes your common wire. See THP9045 instructions for more information.

Wiring conventional systems: forced air and hydronics
Shaded areas below apply only to TH6320U/TH6220U or as otherwise noted.

1H/1C System (1 transformer)
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor
C 24VAC common [3]
W Heat relay
G Fan relay

Heat-only System
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
C 24VAC common [3]
W Heat relay

Heat-only System (Series 20) [5]
R Series 20 valve terminal “R” [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Series 20 valve terminal “W”
C 24VAC common [3]
W Series 20 valve terminal “B”

Heat-only System
(power open zone valve) [5]
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
W Valve
C 24VAC common [3]

1H/1C System (2 transformers)
R Power (heating transformer) [1]
Rc Power (cooling transformer) [1]
Y Compressor contactor
C 24VAC common [3, 4]
W Heat relay
G Fan relay

Heat-only System with Fan
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
C 24VAC common [3]
W Heat relay
G Fan relay

Cool-only System
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor
C 24VAC common [3]
G Fan relay

2H/2C System (1 transformer) [6]
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor (stage 1)
C 24VAC common [3]
W Heat relay (stage 1)
G Fan relay
W2 Heat relay (stage 2)
Y2 Compressor contactor (stage 2)

NOTES
Wire specifications: Use 18- to 22-gauge thermostat wire. Shielded cable is not required.

  1. Power supply. Provide disconnect means and overload protection as required.
  2. Move R-Slider Tab on UWP to the R setting. For more information, see “Setting Slider Tabs” on page 3
  3. Optional 24VAC common connection.
  4. Common connection must come from cooling transformer.
  5. In ISU set Heat system type to Radiant Heat. Set number of cool stages to 0.
  6. In Installer Setup, set system type to 2Heat/2Cool Conventional

Wiring heat pump systems
Shaded areas below apply only to TH6320U/TH6220U or as otherwise noted.

1H/1C Heat Pump System
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor
C 24VAC common [3]
O/B Changeover valve [7]
G Fan relay

2H/1C Heat Pump System [8]
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor
C 24VAC common [3]
O/B Changeover valve [7]
G Fan relay
Aux Auxiliary heat
E Emergency heat relay
L Heat pump fault input

2H/2C Heat Pump System [9]
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor (stage 1)
C 24VAC common [3]
O/B Changeover valve [7]
G Fan relay
Y2 Compressor contactor (stage 2)
L Heat pump fault input

3H/2C Heat Pump System
(TH6320U only) [10]
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor (stage 1)
C 24VAC common [3]
O/B Changeover valve [7]
G Fan relay
Aux Auxiliary heat
E Emergency heat relay
Y2 Compressor contactor (stage 2)
L Heat pump fault input

Dual Fuel System
R Power [1]
Rc [R+Rc joined by Slider Tab] [2]
Y Compressor contactor (stage 1)
C 24VAC common [3]
O/B Changeover valve [7]
G Fan relay
Aux Auxiliary heat
E Emergency heat relay
Y2 Compressor contactor (stage 2 – if needed)
L Heat pump fault input
S Outdoor sensor
S Outdoor sensor

NOTES
Wire specifications: Use 18- to 22-gauge thermostat wire. Shielded cable is not required.

  1. Power supply. Provide disconnect means and overload protection as required.
  2. Move R-Slider Tab on UWP to the R setting. For more information, see “Setting Slider Tabs” on page 3
  3. Optional 24VAC common connection.
  4. In Installer Setup, set system type to 2Heat/2Cool Conventional.
  5. In Installer Setup, set changeover valve to O (for cool changeover) or B (for heat changeover).
  6. In ISU set Heat system type to Heat pump. 1 compressor and 1 stage of backup heat.
  7. In ISU set Heat system type to Heat pump. 2 compressors and 0 stage of backup heat.
  8. In ISU set Heat system type to Heat pump. 2 compressors and 1 stage of backup heat.

Thermostat mounting

Thermostat mounting
  1. Push excess wire back into the wall opening.
  2. Close the UWP door. It should remain closed without bulging.
  3. Align the UWP with the thermostat, and push gently until the thermostat snaps in place.
  4. Turn the power on at the breaker box or switch.

System operation settings

System operation settings
  1. Press the Mode button to cycle to the next available System mode.
  2. Cycle through the modes until the required System mode is displayed and leave it to activate.

NOTE: Available System modes vary by model and system settings.

System modes:
‒‒ Auto
‒‒ Heat
‒‒ Cool
‒‒ Em Heat
‒‒ Off

Fan operation settings

Fan operation settings
  1. Press the Fan button to cycle to the next available Fan mode.
  2. Cycle through the modes until the required Fan mode is displayed and leave it to activate.

NOTE: Available Fan modes vary with system settings.

Fan modes:
‒‒ Auto: Fan runs only when the heating or cooling system is on.
‒‒ On: Fan is always on.
‒‒ Circ: Fan runs randomly about 33% of the time.

Installer setup (ISU)

Installer setup (ISU)
  1. Press and hold CENTER and + buttons for approximately 3 seconds to enter advanced menu.
  2. Press Select to enter ISU.
  3. Press Select to cycle through menu setup options.
  4. Press + or – to change values or select from available options.
  5. Press Select and confirm your settings or press Back to ignore changes and return to ISU menu screen to continue editing another setup option.
  6. To finish setup process and save your setting, press Home and return to Home screen.

NOTE: A complete list of all setup (ISU) parameters and options starts below and continues through page 10.

Advanced setup options (ISU)
NOTE: Depending on system settings, not all options may be available.

Advanced setup options ISU
Advanced setup options

Installer system test
To perform a System Test:

Installer system test
  1. Press and hold CENTER and + buttons for approximately 3 seconds to enter advanced menu.
  2. Use + to go to TEST. Press Select to enter System Test.
  3. Use + to change between Heat, Cool, Fan, Em Heat, or Ver (thermostat version information). Press Select.
  4. Press + to turn stages on one at a time, and press to turn them off.
  5. Use the Home button to exit the System Test.

System test System status
Shaded areas below apply only to TH6320U/TH6220U or as otherwise noted.

Heat

0 All Off
1 Heat Stage 1 on
2 Heat Stage 2 also on
3 Heat Stage 3 also on

Cool
0 All Off
1 Cool Stage 1 on
2 Cool Stage 2 also on

Em Heat
0 All Off
1 Em Heat on

Fan
0 Fan Off
1 Fan On

Specifications

Temperature Ranges
Heat: 40 °F to 90 °F (4.5 °C to 32.0 °C)
Cool: 50 °F to 99 °F (10.0 °C to 37.0 °C)
Working Ambient Temperature
32 °F to 120 °F (0 C° to 48.9 °C)
Operating Ambient Temperature
37 °F to 102 °F (2.8 °C to 38.9 °C)
Shipping Temperature
-20 °F to 120 °F (-28.9 °C to 48.9 °C)
Operating Relative Humidity
5% to 90% (non-condensing)
Physical Dimensions in inches (mm) (H x W x D)
4-1/16” H x 4-1/16” W x 1-5/32” D
103.5 mm H x 103.5 mm W x 29 mm D

Electrical Ratings

Electrical Ratings

CAUTION: ELECTRICAL HAZARD
Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. Disconnect power before
beginning installation.

CAUTION: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
Compressor protection is bypassed during testing. To prevent equipment damage, avoid cycling the compressor quickly.

CAUTION: MERCURY NOTICE
If this product is replacing a control that contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not place the old control in the trash. Contact your local waste management authority for instructions regarding recycling and proper disposal.

Pull to remove the thermostat from the UWP

Pull to remove the thermostat

Customer assistance

For assistance with this product, please visit
customer.honeywell.com.
Or call Honeywell Customer Care toll-free at
1-800-468-1502.

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