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Education You Can Build On Classic 80 Series Thermostats Homeowner Support Hotline: Education Central Engage, Apply, Retain Note: This module covers common elements. Refer to Specification Sheet or Installation Instructions for detailed information.
Application Coverage by SystemModel Stages Heat / Cool by System ApplicationsProgramming OptionsPower Source Single Stage (SS) Multi-Stage (MS) Heat Pump (HP1 or HP2) Universal (All) Model Number Single Stage Multi-Stage Heat Pump Gas/Oil/Electric 3-Wire Zone Value Millivolt Compatible Humidity Control Program Days per Week Program Periods per Day Hardwire Battery Power Assist Universal 1F /12/23/2 ✓ ✓ 7, 5+1+1, Ø4, 2, ØB,H 1F85RF-2751/12/23/2 ✓ ✓ 5+1+1, Ø4, 2, ØPS,H Single Stage / Heat Pump 1F /1 ✓ ✓ 7-day4B,H 1F /1 ✓ ✓ B,H Multi-Stage 1F /2 ✓ B,H Heat Pump 1F /1 ✓ H Single Stage / Heat Pump 1F /1 ✓ ✓ ØØB,H Multi-Stage 1F /2 ✓ ØØB,H Heat Pump 1F /1 ✓ ØØH Classic 80 Series Thermostat Selecting the Right Thermostat for the Job
Classic 80 Series Thermostats Agenda Applications Wiring Configuration Programming Featured Products in Module –1F Multi Stage / Programmable –1F Single Stage / Non-Programmable
Staging By System Type Programming Options Applications Terminal IdentificationPart Number Look at the Box for Detailed Information
Classic 80 Series Thermostat Overview Single Stage or Two Stage Heat Pump Classic Look Comfort Alert™ Compressor Protection Battery Power Monitor Choice of Programmable or Non-Programmable +/-1 Degree Accuracy- For Optimum Comfort and Equipment Life Value, performance, reliability, installer confidence and east of use have made White-Rodgers 80 Series the most trusted and best-selling digital thermostats in the industry…and they still are.
Classic 80 Series Specification Sheets Contain Detailed Information
Classic 80 Series Applications ApplicationStages ProgrammingType Conventional or Heat Pump with No Aux 1/1 01F F80 71F87 Conventional Only2/2 01F F81 Heat Pump Only With Aux2/1 01F F82 Universal3/27, 5+1+1, 01F85
Classic 80 Series Terminal Designations Classic 80 ConventionalHeat PumpUniversal CONV or HP/No Aux *CONV Only HP Only With Aux/Emer **All TerminalDescription 1F F F F F F F F Programming , 5+1+1, 0 Stages1/12/22/13/2 W1 st Stage Heat●● E/W1 1 st. Stage Heat or Aux 1st Stage for HP ● EEmergency Heat Relay ● W2 2 nd Stage Heat or Aux 2nd stage HP2 ●●● Y1 st Stage Compressor●●● Y11 st Stage Compressor ● Y22 nd Stage Compressor ● ● O/B Reversing Valve Combined ● O and B Reversing Valve Separate ● ● GFan Relay●●●● R 24 VAC Hot (TH) Combined ●●● RH and RC 24 VAC Hot (TH) Separate ● C 24 VAC Common (TR) Wire ●●●● LDiagnostics ●● Notes: * Requires Field Wiring from Y to W for Heat Pump ** Heat Pump Only Y is 1st Stage Heat
FAN (GAS/ELEC) Fan Operation –GAS position lets the equipment operate the fan on a call for heat –ELEC position lets the thermostat operate the fan on a call for heat—you will use this position for heat pumps or electric furnaces. Switch 1F80, 1F81, 1F83, 1F85, 1F86, 1F87 Jumper 1F82,1F89 O/B (Reversing ValveSwitch-(1F82 and 1F89) –When used on a heat pump determines if reversing is energized in cooling “O” or energized in heating “B” (If you have a separate “O” or “B” terminal wire directly) Classic 80 Series Application Selection There are two different Heat Pump terminals on the Classic 80 - Requires using the switch on the back of the thermostat - Requires traditional wiring
Classic 80 Series Conventional 1F81, 1F83 Conventional Only no Heat Pump Conversion 1F80, 1F86, 1F87 Conventional That Can Be Converted to Heat Pump No Aux With Field Wiring Field Installed Jumper option to convert to a single stage heat pump with no auxilliary heat
Classic 80 Series Heat Pump 1F82 and 1F89 With Aux/Emergency Field installed jumper between “W2” and “E” required to use a single Aux Heat for both Second Stage Heat and Emergency
Classic 80 Series Universal (1F85) Conventional Single or Multi-Stage Heat Pump Single or Multi-Stage
Classic 80 Series Navigation Day of Week Time of Day Fan/Auto Temperature Hold Temperature or Config Adjustment Buttons Actual Room Temperature Desired Temperature Run Program Enter Program Set Time Heat/Cool/Off Button
Classic 80 Series Entering System Configuration Most technical service calls are the result of improper system configuration 1. System must be in OFF Mode 2. Press the Up and Down button simultaneously Record settings of key items for Homeowner Reference
Configuration 1F82 and 1F89 (Heat Pumps) Step1F821F89DisplayedPressComments 1 PRGM and RUN Set SYSTEM switch to OFF HOLD (0:00) 0 to 8 hrs (in 15 minute increments)Select Temporary Hold time 2HOLD* Δ or SL FASelect FA or SL (Fast or Slow) pump cycle rate 3HOLD* Δ or EMER FASL Select FA or SL (Fast or Slow) Auxiliary and Emergency Aux heating cycle rate 4HOLD* Δ or D-LOFFSelect display backlight 5HOLD* Δ or E (on)OFFSelect Energy Management Recovery 6HOLD* Δ or Filter (000)0 TO 1950 HoursSelect Filter Replacement Time in 50 Hr. Increments 7 HOLD* Δ or LOC (OFF)ONSelect Compressor Lock Out 8 HOLD* Δ or 0 HI (0)4 LO to 4 HISelect temperature display adjustment higher or lower 9 HOLD* Δ or °F°CSelect temperature display °F or °C 10 HOLD* Δ or FA (ON)OFFSelect fast second stage ON or OFF 11RUN Return to normal operation
Configuration 1F85 (Universal, SS-MS-HP) 1F85 Menu Reference Number Displayed (Factory Default) Press Δ or to Select From Listed Options Comments (Press System Button to Advance) 1MS 2HP1, HP2, SS1 Selects Multi-Stage, Heat Pump 1 (1 Compressor), Heat Pump 2 (2 Compressor or 2 Speed Compressor), or Single Stage 2(7)5d, 0dSelects Number of Programs per Week 3PRG 4PRG 2, PRG 0Selects Programmable Periods 44:00 HOLD 0:15 to 8:00 (increments of 15 minutes) Selects Temporary Program Override Time, Maximum setting is 4:00 hours 5EMR (on)OFFSelects Energy Management Recovery OFF or ON 6FASLSelects Fast or Slow Cycle Selection 7CL (OFF)CL onSelects Compressor Lockout CL OFF or ON 8CdL (on)CdL OFFSelects Backlight Display 9FA (on)FA OFFSelects Fast Second Stage ON or OFF 100 FLTR Selects filter replacement run time 11 0 (Room Temp) 4 LO to 4 HI SelectsSelects Temperature Display Adjustment 4 LO to 4 HI 12FCFor Centigrade selection 13AU (on)AU OFFSelects Auto Mode ON or OFF 14LR (90)LR 62 to LR 89Selects Limited HEAT range 15LR (45)LR 46 to LR 82Selects Limited COOL range 16(OFF)onSelects Keypad Lockout If L/O001 to 999Selects Keypad Lockout combination. Press System to set code 18 Returns to the OFF position
Configuration 1F80, 1F81,1F83, 1F86, 1F87 (Conventional SS, MS or HP w/o Aux Heat) 1F80/871F811F83/86 Displayed (Factory Default) Press Δ or or Hold toSelect Comments PRGM and RUN Set SYSTEM Switch to OFF 11n/aHOLD (0:00) 0 to 8 hrs (in 15 minute increments) Select temporary Hold time 222(FA)SL Select FA or SL (Fast or Slow) heating cycle rate 333d-L (ON)OFFSelect display backlight OFF or ON 44n/aE (ON)OFF Select Energy Management Recovery OFF or ON 554 Filter (000) 0 to 1950 hours (in 50 hour increments) Select filter replacement run time 665LOC (OFF)ON Select Compressor lockout OFF or ON 7760 HI (0) 4 LO to 4 HI Select temperature display adjustment higher or lower 887°(F)°C Select temperature display to °F or °C FAOff Select ON to start 2 nd stage immediately when the setpoint is manually changed 3°
Classic 80 Series Programming Worksheet Technical Service has never spoken to anyone who could not program the thermostat once they filled out the schedule worksheet in the manual and KEPT it. Save a call back and fill it out the form from the homeowners manual with the homeowner. Ensure they have the Homeowner Support Hotline: Verify
1.TIME button. 2.PRGM (program) button. 3.RUN (program) button 4.HOLD temperature button 5.FAN switch (ON, AUTO). 6.SYSTEM switch COOL, OFF, HEAT, EMER 7.Raises temperature setting. 8.Lowers temperature setting. Classic 80 Series Thermostat Buttons and Switches NOTE: TIME, PRGM and RUN/HOLD buttons not on non-programmable models. 4
Classic 80 Series Set Time and Day Set Current Time and Day 1.Press TIME button once. The display will show the hour only 2.Press and hold either UP or DOWN until you reach the correct hour and AM/PM designation (AM begins at midnight; PM begins at noon) 3.Press TIME once again. The display window will show the minutes only. 4.Press and hold either UP or DOWN until you reach the correct minutes. 5.Press TIME once again. The display will show the day of the week. 6.Press UP or DOWN until you reach the current day of the week. 7.Press RUN/HOLD once. The display will show the correct time, day, room temperature and set-point temperature.
Classic 80 Series How To Set A Program 1.Move the SYSTEM switch to Heat or Cool 2.Press PRGM once. “Mo Tu We Th Fr” (indicating weekday program) will appear in the display. 3.Press UP or DOWN to change the displayed temperature to your selected temperature for the 1st program period. 4.Press TIME once (the programmed time will flash). Press UP or DOWN until your selected time appears. The time will change in 15 minute increments. When your selected time is displayed, press TIME again to return to the change temperature mode. 5.Press PRGM once. The currently programmed start time and setpoint temperature for the 2 nd program period will appear. 6.Repeat steps 3 and 4 to select the start time and temperature for the 2 nd program period. 7.Repeat steps 3 through 5 for the 3 rd and 4 th program periods. 8.Press PRGM once. “SA” (indicating Saturday program) will appear in the display, along with the start time for the 1 st period and the currently programmed temperature. 9.Repeat steps 3 through 7 to complete Saturday programming. 10.Press PRGM once to change to SU (Sunday) programming and repeat steps 3 through 7 to complete Sunday programming. 11.When you have completed entering your program,press RUN/HOLD.