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Commercial VisionPRO™ 8000. VisionPRO 8000 Features. Commercial VisionPRO 8000 incorporates all the standard features of the VisionPRO family: Sleek design Menu-driven programming Large touchscreen display

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Commercial visionpro 8000

Commercial VisionPRO™ 8000


Visionpro 8000 features

VisionPRO 8000 Features

  • Commercial VisionPRO 8000 incorporates all the standard features of the VisionPRO family:

    • Sleek design

    • Menu-driven programming

    • Large touchscreen display

  • But the Commercial VisionPRO 8000 goes even farther and is tailored with features specifically for commercial applications


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Commercial VisionPRO 8000

The Commercial VisionPRO 8000 offers these distinguishable commercial features:

  • Enhanced energy savings

    • Economizer output

    • Holiday setback

  • Commercialized control algorithm

    • Better and more consistent control in commercial applications

  • Multiple keypad lockout levels

  • Configurable recovery ramps

  • Occupied/unoccupied scheduling

  • Title 24 energy/air quality compliance


Nomenclature

Nomenclature

Power

U = Universal (dual powered, system flexibility,

scheduling flexibility)

Line Designation

TB = Buildings Thermostat

TH = Homes Thermostat

Specification Details

TB8220U1003

Family Designation

8 = VisionPRO touchscreen

7 = VisionPRO conventional

System Stages

22 = 2 Heat / 2 Cool

Application

0 = Standard


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Commercial VisionPRO 8000

InstallationProcedures


Installation

Installation

  • Steps to install Commercial VisionPRO 8000

    • Mounting

    • Wiring

    • Powering Thermostat

    • Set Calendar

    • Installer Setup Menus

      • Main Settings Menu

      • Regional Settings Menu

      • Advanced Settings Menu

    • System Test(s)


Installation wallplate mount

Installation - Wallplate Mount

  • Mounts directly on wall

  • 4” x 2” electrical box

  • Coverplate available


Application wiring

Choose Conventional or Heat Pump terminal labels

Insert wires in terminal block

Jumper—factory installed

Application Wiring


Wiring 1 heat 1cool conventional

Wiring 1 Heat/1Cool Conventional

1 = Power Supply

2 = Factory Installed Jumper

3 = Optional Sensor

1 Heat/1 Cool single transformer.


Wiring 2 heat 2 cool conventional

Wiring 2 Heat/2 Cool Conventional

1 = Power Supply

2 = Factory Installed Jumper

3 = Optional Sensor

2 Heat/2 Cool single transformer.


Wiring 1 heat 1 cool heat pump

Wiring 1 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump

1 = Power Supply

2 = Factory Installed Jumper

3 = Set to O or B in Setup

4 = Optional Sensor

1 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump with NO Auxiliary Heat.


Wiring 2 heat 1 cool heat pump

Wiring 2 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump

TOD/ECON

1 = Power Supply

2 = Factory Installed Jumper

3, 4 = Optional Sensor

5 = Must Wire Common

6 = Set to O or B in Setup

2 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pump with Auxiliary Heat.


Powering thermostat

Hardwired

or

Batteries (included)

3 AAA Alkaline batteries

Powering Thermostat


Mounting thermostat on wallplate

Locks straight into position

Line up pins with the terminals

Push thermostat straight onto the wallplate until it snaps into place

Mounting Thermostat on Wallplate


Activate real time clock

Activate Real Time Clock

  • To activate the Real Time Clock, simply pull on Tab to remove during installation


Set calendar

Set Calendar

  • Real Time Clock – Set Calendar

    • Set Year

    • Set Month

    • Set Day


Set time

Time

Set Time

  • Real Time Clock – Set Time

    • Adjusts automatically for daylight savings time

    • Maintains time and day during power outage

  • Press Done

Can turn Daylight Savings Time feature off in Installer Setup


Initiate installer setup

Initiate Installer Setup

1. Press the SYSTEM key

2. PRESS and HOLD the two unmarked keys as shown until the display changes

  • Approximately 5 seconds


Installer setup display

Installer Setup Display

Setup

Number

  • Setup Number on Left

    • 4-digit number starting with 0

    • Use the up arrow to advance to the next installer setup option

  • Current Setting on Right

    • 2-digit number

    • Use the up and down arrows to change the current setting

  • Exit Installer Setup

    • Press the Done Key

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Current

Setting


Easy to use installer setup menus

Easy-to-Use Installer Setup Menus

1. Installer Setup is broken into 3 menus

  • Main Settings menu—numbers 0120 to 0290

    • Must Select the System Type

  • Regional Settings menu—numbers 0300 to 0499

  • Advanced Settings menu—numbers 0500 to 0710

    2. Smart Installer Setup

  • Setup numbers automatically change defaults based on previous choices

  • Setup number choices appear and disappear based on previous choices


Main menu installer setup menu items

Setting the Calendar

Year, Month, Date

Schedule Options

7 day

Non-Programmable

System Type

12 choices

Fan Operation

O/B terminal

Continuous backlight

Cycles per hour

Compressor

Heat (Emergency Heat)

Recovery rates

Heat (1-20°F/hour)

Cool (1-20°F/hour)

Additional Menus

Go to Self Test

Go to Regional Menu

Go to both Regional and Advanced Menus

Main Menu Installer Setup Menu Items


Main setting menu items

Main Setting Menu Items

Universal Application

  • Up to 2 Heat/2 Cool (plus Aux Heat)

    • Forced Warm Air

      • Single stage

      • Multistage

    • Heat Pumps

      • Single stage

      • Multistage

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Main setting menu items1

Main Setting Menu Items

Universal Scheduling

  • Multiple Programming Options

    • 7 Day

    • 5-1-1

    • 5-2

    • 1 Day

    • Non-programmable

  • Select Schedule Periods

    • OCC1, UNOCC1, OCC2, UNOCC2

    • OCC1, UNOCC2

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Main setting menu items2

Main Setting Menu Items

Backlighting

  • On-Demand

    • Whenever a key is pressed, the light will stay on for approximately 8 seconds

  • Continuously

    • Must be hardwired with a common and installer setup set to continuous

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Regional settings menu item

Regional Settings Menu Item

  • Auto or Manual Changeover

  • Deadband

  • Fahrenheit or Celsius

  • Daylight Savings

  • Remote Temperature Sensor

    • Outdoor or Indoor Remote

  • Compressor Lockout (Heat Pump Only)

  • Auxiliary Lockout (Heat Pump Only)


Regional settings menu item1

Regional Settings Menu Item

Changeover

  • Auto Changeover

    • Default position

  • Manual Changeover

    • Set in Regional Installer Setup menu

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Regional settings menu item2

Regional Settings Menu Item

Outdoor Temperature Sensor

  • C7089U

    • 2-wire remote sensor

    • Hook up to the S1 and S2 terminals at the thermostat

    • 200 feet maximum

  • View outside temperature on home screen or by pressing the More key

  • Used for Heat Pump System Temperature Lockouts


Regional settings menu item3

Regional Settings Menu Item

Remote Indoor Temperature Sensor

  • T7770A (20K NTC) or C7189U (10K NTC)

    • 2-wire remote sensor

    • Selectable via ISU 340

  • Sensors can be used as follows:

    • One sensor

    • Multiple sensors


Installation1

Thermostat

S1

S2

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

Installation

Series-Parallel Temperature Averaging Networks

Thermostat

S2

S1

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A

T7770A


Advanced settings menu items

Number of Periods

Compressor Off Time

Temperature Range Stops

Heat and Cool

12 or 24 hour clock

Extended Fan Operation

Heat and Cool

Keypad Lockout

Partial 1, Partial 2, or full

Temperature Control(s)

Heat and cool recovery

Display Offset

Reset Defaults

Installer setup and schedule

Advanced Settings Menu Items


Advanced settings recovery ramps

Advanced Settings Recovery Ramps

  • Recovery Ramps

    • Recovery scheme ramps the setpoint towards the desired setpoint

    • Ramped setpoint helps eliminate overshoot with oversized commercial equipment


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Commercial VisionPRO 8000

Recovery Operation


Conventional recovery

Conventional Recovery

Heating

70oF

Actual

Temperature

Set Point

Temperature

60oF

OCC

UNOCC


Commercial recovery ramps

Commercial Recovery Ramps

Heating

Actual

Temperature

70oF

Set Point

Temperature

Setpoint actually ramps up at a user-defined rate during recovery

60oF

OCC

UNOCC


Conventional recovery1

Conventional Recovery

Cooling

85oF

Set Point

Temperature

Actual

Temperature

78oF

OCC

UNOCC


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Commercial Recovery Ramps

Cooling

85oF

Set Point

Temperature

Actual

Temperature

78oF

OCC

UNOCC


Recovery

Recovery

Advanced Settings Menu Items

  • “Recovery” is shown to alert occupant that the system is in recovery mode

    • Note: The setpoint displayed during recovery is the final setpoint, not the ramping setpoint

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Installation2

Installation

Advanced Settings Menu Items

Extended Fan Operation

  • Heat

    • Fan runs 90 seconds after call for heat ends

    • Available if thermostat has control of fan

  • Cool

    • Fan runs 40 seconds after call for cool ends

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Installation3

Installation

Installer System Test

  • Test HVAC equipment

    • Cool stages

    • Fan

    • Heat stages

  • Overrides compressor delay

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Part of Installer Setup.


Installation4

Installation

Installer System Tests

Test 1

  • Turn cool stage(s) on and off

    Test 2

  • Turn fan on and off

    Test 3

  • Turn heat stage(s) on and off

    Test 4

  • Turn emergency heat on and off (heat pump only)

    Test 8

  • Turn TOD/Econ on and off

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Arrows Turn

System On

or Off

Arrows Move

To Next Test

Press

Done

to Exit


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Commercial VisionPRO 8000

Scheduling Procedures


Scheduling feature review

Scheduling Feature Review

  • Default Schedule is Energy Star

  • Menu Driven Program Scheduling

  • Each day can be scheduled differently

  • Ability to Select Multiple Days

  • Armchair Programming


Scheduling

Scheduling

Set the Schedule

  • Press the Schedule Key

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View schedule

View Schedule

View Schedule

  • The current schedule periodwill flash to indicate whichperiod is being viewed

  • Press the Day and Periodyou wish to view

  • Press Cancel or Doneto return to Home Screen

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Edit schedule

Edit Schedule

Edit the Schedule

  • Press the EDIT key

  • View mode

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Schedule day selection

Schedule Day Selection

Pick Days to Schedule

  • Press any number ofthe seven days ofthe week to edit

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Schedule day display

Schedule Day Display

OK to Pick Multiple Days

  • Check marks appearon the days chosen

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Schedule occ1 selection

Schedule OCC1 Selection

Press OCC1 Key

  • OCC1 will begin toflash, indicating itis chosen

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Scheduling1

Scheduling

Set OCC1 Time

  • Use arrows to set theOCC1 time

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Set temperature

Set Temperature

  • Use arrows to set the heat temperature

  • Use arrows to set the cool temperature

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Scheduling2

Scheduling

Press UNOCC1 Key

  • UNOCC1 will begin toflash indicating it is chosen

    • Set Time

    • Set Temperatures

  • Press OCC2 andUNOCC2 and Repeat

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Scheduling3

Scheduling

Press Done Key

  • When finished settingthe times and temperaturesfor the Days Selected,press Done

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Saving schedule changes

Saving Schedule Changes

Saving Changes

  • The Days scheduledare shown

  • Display showsConfirmation thatthe schedulechanges were made

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Cancel schedule period

Cancel Schedule Period

To Cancel a Scheduled Period

  • From the edit screen, choose the period to cancel

  • Press the key CANCEL PERIOD

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Example: Cancel UNOCC1


Cancel schedule period1

Cancel Schedule Period

Once the Scheduled Period is Canceled

  • Time & Temperatures disappear

  • The bar above the UNOCC1 period is removed

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Reinstate schedule period by pressing arrow keys to set time and temperature.


Scheduling4

Scheduling

Fan Schedule

  • Press Fan key while in the Edit mode

    • Auto (default—fan runs with system

    • On—fan runs continuously during the schedule period

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Override fan schedule

Override Fan Schedule

Fan Schedule

  • Override Fan Schedule

    • Press the fan key to the desired setting

    • Like a mechanical fan switch. The fan will stay in ON until user manually changes fan setting back to Auto

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Following schedule display

Following Schedule Display

Following Schedule

  • Home Screen gives confirmation that schedule is being used

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Schedule overrides

Schedule Overrides

Schedule Overrides

1. Holiday

  • Holds temperature for a designated number of days

    2. Override

  • Holds temperature until the time the user sets (can be limited via ISU 535)

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Scheduling5

Scheduling

Override

  • Holds temperature temporarily until the next scheduled period time

    • Press Override key or Up and Down Arrows next to temperature

    • Next schedule period time is shown—this is when the temporary hold will end

    • Adjust end time by pressing Up or Down Arrows next to the time

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Scheduling6

Scheduling

Holiday

  • Hold temperature for a designated number of days

    • Press Up and Down Arrows to set the temperature desired while away

    • Press Arrows to set the number of Days

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Press Cancel or Sched key to cancel Holiday early


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Commercial VisionPRO 8000

Operation


Operation

Operation

Feature Review

  • Precise Temperature Control

  • System Status

  • View Outside Temperature

  • Clean Screen

  • Low Battery

  • Screen Locked

  • Temperature Range Stops

  • Compressor Protection


Operation1

72O F

71O F

70O F

Set

Point

69O F

68O F

Operation

  • The human body can sense a 2º F temperature change

  • To keep occupants comfortable, the thermostat must keep the temperature within +/- 1º F of the set-point

Comfortable Temperature Control


Operation2

Operation

Thermostat qualities that lead to comfortable temperature

control

  • Top quality components

  • Innovative design

  • Superior control algorithms (Digital Thermostats)

    • Controlling to an ideal Cycle Rate using Proportional + Integral Control


Operation3

Operation

  • Proportional + Integral Control

    • Proportional Error (P): The difference between the set-point temperature and the room temperature

    • Integral Error (I): The length of time the room temperature has differed from the set-point temperature


Operation4

Setpoint

Temperature

70°

A

Room

Temperature

68°

A = Proportional Error

Operation

Proportional Error: The difference between the room

temperature and the setpoint temperature


Operation5

Operation

Integral Error: The length of time the room temperature

has differed from the setpoint temperature

Setpoint

Temperature

70°

70°

Room

Temperature

68°

B

C

D

B + C + D = Integral Error


Operation6

Setpoint

Temperature

70°

A

Room

Temperature

68°

Operation

P+I Control: The P+I error is the sum of the two errors.

The cycle rate used to maintain the set-point temperature

is calculated using the P+I Error

Setpoint

Temperature

70°

Room

Temperature

B

C

D

B + C + D = Integral Error


Operation7

Operation

System Status Indication

  • Cool On

    • Thermostat calling for Cool

  • Heat On

    • Thermostat calling for Heat

    • Aux shown when auxiliary heat is called in Heat Pump Systems

Aux


Operation8

Operation

View Outside Temperature

  • Outside Temperature is shown in lower right hand corner of Home screen

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Operation9

Operation

View Outside Temperature

  • Press More key

    • If thermostat is set to auto changeover, press the More key to view the outside temperature

  • Press Done or Cancel to return to Home screen

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Operation10

Operation

Clean Screen

  • Press Screen key

    • Activates a 30-second timer

    • Locks out the Touch screen function

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Operation11

Operation

Clean Screen

  • OK To Clean Screen

    • During 30-second countdown, the screen can be cleaned

  • Use damp cloth slightly moistened with water or household glass cleaner

Commercial

Never spray liquid directly on the thermostat


Operation12

Operation

Clean Screen

  • Press Screen to restart the 30-second timer

  • Press Done to return to the Home screen

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Operation13

Operation

Low Battery Indication

  • Flashes on Home screen for approximately 30 days

  • Batteries are optional if a 24Vac common is used

Recommended: Replace batteries once a year.


Operation14

Operation

Screen Locked

Keypad Lockouts

  • Partial Lockout 1

    • Only Override, Holiday and Temperature Up and Down Arrows are available

  • Partial Lockout 2

    • Only Override and Holiday buttons are available

  • Fully Locked

    • All keys are locked and non-functional

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Operation15

Operation

Temperature Range Stops

  • Heat Setting

    • Set the highest Heat temperature the user can set

  • Cool Setting

    • Set the lowest Cool temperature the user can set

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Operation16

Operation

Compressor Protection

  • “Wait” shows in the screen for compressor delay


Operation17

Operation

Heat Pump Operation

  • System Indication

  • LED

  • Compressor Lockout

  • Auxiliary Heat Lockout


Operation18

Operation

System LED

  • LED Indication

    • Requires 24 Vac Common connection

    • Operates off the “L” terminal

    • Only visible through the thermostat cover when lit

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Operation19

Operation

System LED

  • L Terminal Input

    • L terminal is wired to an equipment monitor

    • LED lights to signal a check or fail signal from the system

    • May occur in any system mode


Operation20

Operation

Compressor Lockout

  • Electric Auxiliary heat

    • Must set outdoor temperature sensor for control

    • Choose compressor lockout temperature in installer setup number 0350

      • No lockout

      • 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 or 450 F

COMPRESSOR ONLY

  • Fan does energize

Compressor

Lockout

Temperature

35

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE

AUXILIARY HEAT ONLY

  • Fan does energize


Operation21

Operation

Auxiliary Heat Lockout

  • Electric Auxiliary heat

    • Must set outdoor temperature sensor for control

    • Choose auxiliary lockout temperature in installer setup number 0360

      • No lockout

      • 40, 45, 50, 55 or 60 0F

COMPRESSOR ONLY

  • Fan does energize

Auxiliary Heat

Lockout

Temperature

50

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE

AUXILIARY HEAT ONLY

  • Fan does energize


Operation22

Operation

Compressor and Auxiliary Heat Lockouts

  • Electric Auxiliary heat

    • Must set outdoor temperature sensor for control

    • Choose compressor lockout temperature

    • Choose auxiliary lockout temperature

5º F deadband between Compressor and Auxiliary Heat Lockout Temperatures


Operation23

Operation

Dual Fuel Heat Pumps

  • Thermostat controls backup fossil fuel heat

    • Outdoor temperature sensor for control

    • Choose Balance Point lockout temperature in installer setup number 0350

      • No lockout

      • 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 or 45 0F

COMPRESSOR ONLY

  • Fan does energize

Balance

Point

30

OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE

FOSSIL FUEL ONLY

  • Fan does not energize

Emergency Head mode: Balance Point Temperature ignored


Recovery1

Wake

Recovery

Heat Pump Systems

Room Temperature

COMPRESSOR

RECOVERY

RAMP

AUXILIARY HEAT

RECOVERY RAMP


Recovery2

Compressor Setpoint

Aux. Heat Setpoint

Room Temperature

Wake

ON

Compressor:

OFF

ON

Auxiliary Heat:

OFF

Recovery

Mild Weather: 50oF

Heat Pump Systems


Recovery3

Recovery

Moderate Weather: 30oF

Heat Pump Systems

Compressor Setpoint

Aux. Heat Setpoint

Room Temperature

Wake

ON

Compressor:

OFF

ON

Auxiliary Heat:

OFF


Recovery4

Recovery

Heat Pump Systems

Severe Weather: 0oF

Compressor Setpoint

Aux. Heat Setpoint

Room Temperature

Wake

ON

Compressor:

OFF

ON

Auxiliary Heat:

OFF


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