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Heat Pump

Thermostat

Cross Reference &Selection Guide


Select a Honeywell Heat Pump Thermostat
for Peak Performance that Meets Every Heat Pump Demand
Rapid advances in heat pump technology, resulting in high efficiency units and lower operating costs, have made the heat pump a popular choice
with consumers. Honeywell heat pump thermostats are ideal for all your heat pump applications and provide the highest level of comfort
available. Our thermostats offer consistent control. They optimize desired comfort level and energy savings. Because your customers’ needs vary,
we’ve developed the most complete line of heat pump thermostats.

NON-PROGRAMMABLE HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS


T841 Standard Non-Programmable Thermostat T8411 Standard Electronic Non-Programmable
• Good performance without any Thermostat
“frills”. • Microelectronic technology
• Electromechanical. provides precise zero-droop
• Two heat/one cool; manual performance.
changeover. • Attractive styling complements
• Single-piece construction–no any décor.
subbase required. • Two heat/one cool; manual
• Front test probe access for easy changeover eliminates
checkout. unexpected system operation.
• Large digital display for quick,
Y594 Deluxe Non-Programmable Thermostat easy readability.
• Proven reliability with excellent • Fan and system switches are located on the lower edge of the
temperature control. thermostat to eliminate accidental setting changes.
• Electromechanical.
• Classic styling. T8511 Deluxe Electronic Non-Programmable
• Two heat/one cool; automatic or Thermostat
manual changeover. • Microelectronic technology
• Two-piece, front-wired construc- provides precise zero-droop
tion for easy installation. performance.
• Attractive styling complements
any décor.
• Two heat/one cool; automatic or
manual changeover.
• Easy-to-read backlit display.
• Most frequently used keys are
located by LCD for quick and easy access to information.
• Outdoor temperature display available with optional outdoor
temperature sensor.

PROGRAMMABLE HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS


T8011 Standard Programmable Thermostat T8611 Chronotherm® IV Deluxe Programmable
• Microelectronic technology Thermostat
provides precise zero-droop • Microelectronic technology
performance. provides precise zero-droop
• Attractive styling complements performance.
any décor. • Attractive styling complements
• Two heat/one cool; manual any décor.
changeover. • Two heat/one cool; automatic
• Program up to four time periods or manual changeover.
and temperature setpoints. • Seven-day programming.
• Large temperature display for • COPY key makes program-
quick, easy readability. ming easier for the installer and the homeowner.
• Conveniently sized thermostat with two-piece installation make it easy • Easy-to-read backlit display.
to install and troubleshoot. • Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ optimizes heat pump energy savings.
• Outdoor temperature display available with optional outdoor
temperature sensor.

PC8900/W8900B1002 Perfect Climate Comfort Center™ Control System


• Automated, all-in-one comfort control.
• PC8900 Control Panel mounts in living space and accurately measures and
controls room temperature and humidity. W8900 Remote Panel mounts near
the heating and cooling equipment.
• Optional remote sensors can be used for optimum temperature control.
• Up to three heat/two cool.
• Seven-day (auto copy) programming.
• Large, continuously lit display.
• Simultaneous display of heat and cool setpoints with push of a button.
• Circulation fan setting improves indoor air quality.
HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT CROSS REFERENCE/SELECTION GUIDE

Table of Contents
About This Cross Reference/Selection Guide ........................................................................................................................ 1

Heat Pump Thermostat Model Specifications ......................................................................................................................... 2-4

Thermostat Descriptions and General Information ................................................................................................................. 5-12

Understanding Circuits ............................................................................................................................................................ 13-14

Typical System Hookup Diagrams .......................................................................................................................................... 15-25

Electronic Thermostat (T8011, T8411, T8511, T8611) Sequences of Operation ................................................................... 26-28

Thermostat Manufacturer Cross Reference ............................................................................................................................ 29-32

Tips for Using This Heat Pump Cross Reference ................................................................................................................... 33

Wiring Connections for Honeywell Heat Pump Thermostats .................................................................................................. 34-35

Manufacturer Cross Reference ............................................................................................................................................... 36-116

Index ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 117-118

Index to Figure Diagrams ........................................................................................................................................................ 119

About This Cross Reference/Selection Guide


Heat pumps require thermostats with special features. This Cross Reference/Selection Guide contains information about
all aspects of selecting a Honeywell replacement thermostat for any heat pump application. Table 1 shows a list of the
Honeywell TRADELINE® and SUPER TRADELINE® OS numbers and their specifications. Immediately following the
table are more detailed descriptions and related application information. In this section you will find additional
information explaining features and requirements that are unique to heat pump thermostat applications. Following the
general information section are the internal schematics, wiring diagrams, and sequence of operation information for the
electronic thermostats. The Thermostat Manufacturer Cross Reference is listed next. Finally, there is the heat pump
manufacturer cross reference, including tips on how to use it. This cross reference, which is organized alphabetically by
equipment or thermostat manufacturer, provides the needed information to select and wire any Honeywell heat pump
thermostat in new installations and replacement applications.

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Heat Pump Thermostat Model Specifications


Table 1. Model Number Specifications.

Order Stages Systems Led


Number Description Terminals Heat Cool Switch Changeover Indication
T841A1308 TRADELINE®; fixed anticipation. For W2,Y,G,R, 2 1 EM.HT.- Manual heat EM.HT.d,
use where E and W2 may be jumpered. O,B,L,E,X HEAT-OFF- or cool AUX.HT.
No auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 16). COOL
T841A1555 Replaces T841A1068 and T841A1407, W,Y,G,R,O, 2 1 EM.HT.- Manual cool EM.HT.,
T841A1530, GE AY28Y078 and B,X2,T,F,U HEAT-OFF- AUX. HT.
AY28Y139. Includes outdoor reset and COOL
fixed anticipation on stage 2 heat. Auto
fan in EM. HT. (Fig. 17).
T841A1712 SUPER TRADELINE®; for two-stage W2,W3,Y,G, 2 1 EM.HT.- Manual heat EM.HT.,
heating and one-stage cooling. Fixed B,O,R,X,E HEAT-OFF- or cool AUX. HT.
anticipation except Stage 2, which is COOL
adjustable. Auto fan in EM. HT. (Fig. 18).
T841A1738 Same as T841A1712, except Premier W2,W3,Y,G, 2 1 EM.HT.- Manual heat EM.HT.,
White™. SUPER TRADELINE®; for B,O,R,X,E HEAT-OFF- or cool AUX. HT.
two-stage heating and one-stage COOL
cooling. Fixed anticipation except
Stage 2, which is adjustable. Auto fan
in EM. HT. (Fig. 18).
T841B1000 For “No Emergency Heat” applications. W1,W2,Y1, 2 1 HEAT-OFF- Manual heat None
Fixed anticipation except stage 2, which G,R,O,B,X COOL or cool
is adjustable. (Fig. 19).
Y594G1161 Includes T874G1204/Q674J1043. With W,Y,G,R,O, 2 1 EM.HT.- Auto cool AUX.HT.,
outdoor reset; replaces GE AY28X077 X2,T,F,B AUTO-OFF EM.HT.
and AY28X138; no stage 2 heat
anticipation. No auto fan in EM. HT.
(Fig. 20).
Y594G1419 SUPER TRADELINE®; includes W1,W2,W3, 2 1 OFF- Auto heat EM.HT.,
T874G1642/Q674F1444. Auto fan in Y1,G,R,O,B, EM.HT. or cool AUX.HT.
EM. HT. (Fig. 22). E,X,X1,X2 HEAT- CHECKc
AUTO-
COOL
Y594G1476 Same as Y594G1419, except Premier W1,W2,W3, 2 1 OFF- Auto heat EM.HT.,
White™; SUPER TRADELINE®. Y1,G,R,O,B, EM.HT. or cool AUX.HT.
Includes T874G1741/Q674F1477. Auto E,X,X1,X2 HEAT- CHECKc
fan in EM. HT. (Fig. 22). AUTO-
COOL
Y594G1633 TRADELINE®; includes T874G1972/ W2,Y,G,R, 2 1 OFF- Auto heat EM.HT.,
Q674F1584. No auto fan in EM.HT. O,B,E,X,L EM.HT. or cool AUX.HT.
Replaces Coleman/Evcon Y594G1377 HEAT-
(Fig. 21). AUTO-
COOL
Y594R1425 SUPER TRADELINE®; includes W1,W2,W3, 2 1 EM. HT.- Manual heat AUX. HT.,
T874R1616/Q674L1587. Fixed G,Y,R,O,B, HEAT-OFF- or cool EM. HT.,
anticipation. Auto fan in EM. HT. E,X,X2,L COOL CHECKc
(Fig. 25).
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Table 1. Model Number Specifications (continued).

Order Stages Systems Led


Number Description Terminals Heat Cool Switch Changeover Indication
Y594R1763 TRADELINE®; includes W,Y,G,R,O, 2 1 EM.HT.- Manual cool EM.HT.,
T874R1954/Q674L1827. Replaces B,X2,T,F,U HEAT-OFF- AUX.HT.
Y594R1136. Auto fan in EM.HT. COOL
(Fig. 23). AUX.HT.
Y594R1797 Includes T874R1988/Q674L1868. W2,Y,G,R, 2 1 EM.HT.- Manual cool EM.HT.,
Replaces Coleman/Evcon Y594R1235. O,B,X,E,L HEAT-OFF- AUX.HT.
No auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 24). COOL
T8611G1004 TRADELINE®; 5-1-1 programming. W2,Y,G,R, 2 1 EM.HT.- Automatica EM.HT.,
Auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 26). C,O,B,E,X1, HEAT-OFF- AUX. HT.,
X2,L AUTO- CHECKc
COOL SYSTEMb
T8611G1103 Same as T8611G1004, except Premier W2,Y,G,R, 2 1 EM.HT.- Automatica EM.HT.,
White™; TRADELINE®. 5-1-1 C,O,B,E,X1, HEAT-OFF- AUX.HT.,
programming. Auto fan in EM.HT. X2,L AUTO- CHECKc
(Fig. 26). COOL SYSTEMb
T8611M7008 TRADELINE®; 7 day programming. W2,W3,Y,Y2, 3 2 EM.HT.- Automatica EM.HT.,
Auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 27). G,R,C,O,B, HEAT-OFF- AUX.HT.,
E,X1,X2,L AUTO- CHECKc
COOL SYSTEMb
T8611R1000 TRADELINE®; 5-1-1 programming. W1,W2,Y1, 2 1 EM.HT.- Manual EM.HT.d,
Auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 28). G,R,C,O,B, HEAT-OFF- AUX.HT.
E,L,P COOL SYSTEMb
T8411R1002 TRADELINE®; non-programmable W1,W2,Y, 2 1 EM.-HT.- Manual None
electronic thermostat. Auto fan in G,R,C,L, HEAT-OFF-
EM.HT. (Fig. 29). E,O,B COOL
T8411R1028 Same as T8411R1002 except Premier W1,W2,Y, 2 1 EM.-HT.- Manual None
White™. Auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 29). G,R,C,L, HEAT-OFF-
E,O,B COOL
T8511G1021 TRADELINE®; Deluxe Electronic R,C,Y1,W1, 2 1 EM.-HT.- Automatica CHECKc
Thermostat. Outdoor sensor capability. W2,O/B,G, HEAT-OFF-
Auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 30). E,L,OT,OT AUTO-
COOL
T8511G1047 Same as T8511G1021 except Premier R,C,Y1,W1, 2 1 EM.-HT.- Automatica CHECKc
White™. Outdoor sensor capability. W2,O/B,G, HEAT-OFF-
Auto fan in EM.HT. (Fig. 30). E,L,OT,OT AUTO-
COOL
T8511M1002 TRADELINE®; Deluxe Electronic R,C,Y1,Y2, 3 2 EM.-HT.- Automatica CHECKc
Thermostat. Outdoor sensor capability. W2,W3,O/B, HEAT-OFF-
Auto fan in EM.HT. G,E,L,OT,OT AUTO-
COOL
T8011R1006 Same as T8011R1014 except Premier R,C,G,W1, 2 1 EM.-HT.- Manual None
White™. Fixed anticipation except stage W2,Y,O, HEAT-OFF-
2, which is selectable. (Fig. 29). B,E,L COOL
T8011R1014 TRADELINE®; program up to four time R,C,G,W1, 2 1 EM.-HT.- Manual None
periods and temperatures. Fixed W2,Y,O, HEAT-OFF-
anticipation except stage 2, which is B,E,L COOL
selectable. (Fig. 29).
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Table 1. Model Number Specifications (continued).

Order Stages Systems Led


Number Description Terminals Heat Cool Switch Changeover Indication
T8611G2002 TRADELINE®; Full seven-day program Y1,W1,W2, 2 1 EM.HT.- Automatica CHECKe
capability. Programmable fan and back G,E,L,R,C, HEAT-OFF- FAILf
lighting features. (Fig. 31). O/B,X1,X2, AUTO-
OT,OT COOL
T8611G2028 Same as T8611G2002 except Premier Y1,W1,W2, 2 1 EM.HT.- Automatica CHECKe
White™, 7-day program capability. G,E,L,R,C, HEAT-OFF- FAILf
Programmable fan and back lighting O/B,X1,X2, AUTO-
features. (Fig. 31). OT,OT COOL
T8611M2017 TRADELINE®; full 7-day program Y1,Y2/W2, 3 2 EM.HT.- Automatica CHECKe
capability. Programmable fan and back W3,G,E,L, HEAT-OFF- FAILf
lighting features. R,O/B,C,X1, AUTO-
X2,OT,OT COOL
T8611M2025 Same as T8611M2017 except Premier Y1,Y2,W2, 3 2 EM.HT.- Automatica CHECKe
White™, 7-day program capability. W3,G,E,L,R, HEAT-OFF- FAILf
Programmable fan and back lighting O/B,C,X1, AUTO-
features. X2,OT,OT COOL
PC8900A1007/ TRADELINE®; Perfect Climate Comfort R,C,RH,Y1/ 3 2 EM.HT.- Automatica CHECKg
W8900B1002 Center™ Control System. 7-day (auto W1,G,O/B, HEAT-OFF- SYSTEMb
copy) programming. AUX,E,Y2, AUTO-
W2,L COOL
a In freezing climates, be sure the cooling compressor has adequate cold start protection.
b SYSTEM LED lights when heating or cooling equipment is running.
c CHECK LED indicates compressor malfunction.
d EM. HT. LED indicates compressor malfunction.
e CHECK LED comes on when 24 Vac is applies to the L terminal.
f FAIL LED come on when a complete cirucuit is made on the X1 and X2 terminals.
g CHECK LED lights to alert homeowner to HVAC maintenance or service needs.

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Thermostat Descriptions and General Information


This section describes some of the heat pump thermostats that Honeywell manufactures. Since heat pumps require
thermostats with special features such as control of changeover valves, this section also explains some of the features
and requirements unique to heat pump thermostat applications.

Electromechanical Heat Pump Thermostats


T841 Heat Pump Thermostats
The T841 models control two-stage heat and one-stage cool in heat pump systems, using manual changeover. Heat
anticipators are either adjustable or fixed; cooling anticipator is fixed. T841A models include up to three LED indicator
lights; T841B models include up to two LED indicator lights. Provision for an outdoor reset to improve thermal
performance is also available on select models.

Y594 Combination Packs for Heat Pump Applications


The Y594 Packs combine the appropriate T874 Multistage Thermostat and the Q674 Subbase for specific heat pump
applications. Y594G models have automatic changeover; Y594R model has manual changeover. Heat anticipators are
either adjustable or fixed; cooling anticipator is fixed. Accessories include tamper-resistant cover and locking lever
assembly with thermometer, locking lever stops, outdoor thermistor, TG504 Key Lock® Cover, and the TG511
Versaguard™ Universal Thermostat Guard.

Outdoor Reset
Some heat pump thermostats apply outdoor reset to minimize the effect of the interstage differential. It takes more than a
one-degree change in temperature to initiate the second stage of heating. Added to a certain amount of droop under
high loads, there can be a fairly large offset between the setpoint temperature and the room temperature. To correct this
difference, an outdoor thermistor is used.

In warm weather, the outdoor thermistor has a very low resistance, permitting a large amount of current to flow in the
heater. This reduces the call for second stage heating.

In cool weather, the outdoor thermistor has a very high resistance, permitting a small amount of current to flow in the
heater. When this happens, calls for second stage heating are more frequent. This helps reduce the difference between
the setpoint temperature and the room temperature.

Select one of the following T841 or Y594 models if a thermostat with outdoor reset capability is required:
T841A1555
Y594G1161
Y594R1763

If an outdoor thermistor is not provided, use the Honeywell C815A Outdoor Thermistor, ordered separately.

NOTE: All Honeywell electronic heat pump thermostats are droopless controls and do not require the use of outdoor reset.

Electronic Non-programmable Heat Pump Thermostats


T8411 Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats
The T8411 models control two-stage heat and one-stage cool in heat pump systems, using manual changeover only.
First stage heat anticipation is fixed; second stage heat anticipation is selectable at 3, 6, or 9 cph. Setpoints are
permanently held in memory (no batteries required) and retained during power failures. Electronic thermostats provide
droopless temperature control.

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T8511 Deluxe Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats


The T8511 models control two-stage heat and one-stage cool in heat pump systems, using manual or automatic
changeover. First stage heat anticipation is fixed; second stage heat anticipation is selectable at 3, 6, or 9 cph. Setpoints
are permanently held in memory (no batteries required) and retained during power failures. Electronic thermostats provide
droopless temperature control. The T8511 models also include a backlit display and outdoor sensing capability.

Electronic Programmable Heat Pump Thermostats


T8011 Standard Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats
The T8011 models provide two-stage heat and one-stage cool control for heat pump systems, using manual
changeover. First stage heat anticipation is fixed; second stage heat anticipation is selectable at 1, 3, 6, or 9 cph. The
user can program up to four time periods and temperature setpoints. All programs and setpoints are permanently held in
memory in the event of a power outage. Electronic thermostats provide droopless temperature control.

Chronotherm® III Electronic Heat Pump Thermostats


The T8611 Chronotherm III models provide up to three-stage heat and two-stage cool control for heat pump systems,
using manual or automatic changeover. Models are available with selectable daily schedules for weekdays, Saturday,
and Sunday; or full 7-day programming. Models include LED indication for system operation and status. Battery backup,
with low battery indication, maintains clock and memory during power outages. Adjustable second stage cycling allows
for use of the thermostat with electric heat or fossil fuel while providing optimum comfort.

Using the Chronotherm III or Chronotherm IV T8611M on Two-Speed Heat Pump Compressor Equipment
The T8611M is a three-stage heat/two-stage cool thermostat used to control multistage heat pump equipment. However,
there is no difference in controlling multistage equipment and in controlling two-speed multistage equipment. The
differential required between stage 1 and stage 2 in multistage equipment is the same as the differential required
between low-speed and high-speed in two-speed equipment.

To connect the T8611M to two-speed heat pump equipment:


1. Connect the Y terminal to the low-speed compressor terminal.
2. Jumper the Y2 and W2 terminals.a
3. Connect the Y2 terminal to the high-speed compressor terminal.a
4. Connect all other terminals as shown in the wiring diagram below.
5. Configure the O/B terminal for changeover in either heating or cooling.

Equipment T8611M
Equipment Function Terminals Terminals
Transformer Common C C

Power R R

Fan G G
or
Cooling Changeover O O O/B
or
Heating Changeover B B O/B

1st Stage Compressor Y Y


a
2nd Stage Compressor Y2 Y2

W2

Third Stage Heat W3 W3

Emergency Heating E E

M13229

Fig. 1. Using the T8611M on two-speed heat pump compressor equipment.


a On selected T8611M models, the high speed compressor is wired to the Y2 terminal. In these cases, no jumper is required.

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Chronotherm IV Electronic Deluxe Heat Pump Thermostats


The T8611 Chronotherm IV thermostat models provide up to three-stage heat and two-stage cool control for heat pump
systems, using manual or automatic changeover. These models provide full 7-day programming capability. Models with
programmable fan operation are available for homeowner comfort. Backlighting on the large display makes the LCD very
easy to read. Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ control brings the room temperature to the desired temperature setpoint at the
programmed time, maximizing comfort and energy savings. First stage heat anticipation is fixed; second stage heat
anticipation is selectable.

Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ Control (Night Setback and Heat Pumps)


Heat pump applications are ideal for night setback and energy savings. However, in order to maximize the energy saved
in a night setback mode, use the T8611 Chronotherm® III or T8611 Chronotherm® IV Thermostats with Adaptive
Intelligent Recovery™ control.

Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™ control assures that the comfort setting is achieved at the programmed time regardless
of weather conditions. Conventional recovery starts recovery at the beginning of the programmed time period and uses
the equipment to achieve the comfort settings as soon as possible.

Unlike the Chronotherm III models, the Adaptive Intelligent Recovery control can be turned off in the Installer Set-up
mode in the Chronotherm IV thermostat. Honeywell does not recommend this because the auxiliary heat comes on
when the program time begins, and runs continuously until the setpoint is reached.

Applications Requiring Special System Hookups


Using a Chronotherm III T8611G or T8611M on Systems Requiring Separate W1 and Y1
Terminals
The Chronotherm III T8611G and T8611M are designed with only one common compressor terminal. The Y terminal is
energized on a call for stage 1 heat and stage 1 cool. However, some multistage heat pump equipment requires one
terminal to be energized on a call for stage 1 heat (W1) and one terminal to be energized on a call for stage 1 cool (Y1).
In order for the T8611G or T8611M to accommodate this requirement, a separate switching relay must be added to the
installation. See the following wiring diagrams for heat pumps that provide changeover in the heating mode and for heat
pumps that provide changeover in the cooling model.

Heat Pumps with Heating Mode Changeover


Here is how the switching relay allows the system to work properly:
* The Y terminal is connected to the equipment terminal W1 through the normally closed contacts on the R8222B
Switching Relay. When the thermostat calls for heat, the thermostat Y terminal activates the first stage of heating.

* The O terminal is connected to the coil terminals on the R8222B Switching Relay. When the system switch is in the
COOL position, the O terminal is energized, reversing the logic of the Chronotherm III T8611G and T8611M Y
terminal. Now when the thermostat calls for cooling, the Y terminal activates the first stage of cooling.

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Equipment T8611M
Equipment Function Terminals Terminals
Power R R

1st Stage Cool Y1

2nd Stage Cool Y2 Y2

Fan G G

1st Stage Heat W1

2nd Stage Heat W2 W2

Transformer Common C C

O
R8222B Relay
Heating Changeover B B

M13231

Fig. 2. Installing an R8222B Switching Relay on heat pumps requiring heating mode changeover.

Heat Pumps with Cooling Mode Changeover


Here is how the switching relay allows the system to work properly:
* The Y terminal is connected to the equipment terminal Y1 through the normally closed contacts on the R8222B
Switching Relay. When the thermostat calls for cooling, the thermostat Y terminal activates the first stage of cooling.

* The B terminal is connected to the coil terminals of the R8222B Switching Relay. When the system switch is in the
HEAT position, the B terminal is energized, reversing the logic of the Chronotherm® III T8611G and T8611M Y
terminal. Now when the thermostat calls for heating, the Y terminal activates the first stage of heating.

Equipment T8611M
Equipment Function Terminals Terminals
Power R R

1st Stage Cool Y1

2nd Stage Cool Y2 Y2

Fan G G

1st Stage Heat W1

2nd Stage Heat W2 W2

Transformer Common C C

B
R8222B Relay
Cooling Changeover O O

M13230

Fig. 3. Installing an R8222B Switching Relay on heat pumps requiring cooling mode changeover.

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Changing Fan Operation in Emergency Heat Mode for Electronic Thermostats


In the emergency heat mode (system switch in EM. HT. position), the thermostat controls the fan operation with a call for
first stage heat. This means that when the thermostat calls for heat, the thermostat also calls for fan operation. However,
this fan operation is not desirable on some types of systems.

To change the fan operation on the TRADELINE and SUPER TRADELINE models, follow the wiring diagram shown
below. Connecting the thermostat and relay to the equipment in this manner disables the fan switch in the emergency
heat mode. During normal operation, the fan switch is enabled and the fan operation is as described in the installation
instructions.

R (Power)

E C (Common)

E (EM. Heat)

G G (Fan)

Thermostat R8222B Relay Equipment


M13232

Fig. 4 Changing fan operation in emergency heat mode for electronic thermostats.

Heat Pump Manufacturer Relay Wiring Connections


The wiring connections for some thermostats to specific types of heat pump equipment require a separate relay for
proper operation. Refer to Fig. 5 through 13 for the wiring connections of these types of equipment.

Existing Control New Terminal


Equipment Function Terminal Designation Designation
Transformer Common C C

1st Stage Cooling Y1

1st Stage Heating W1

O
M13235

Fig. 5. Relay wiring connections for Carrier equipment (typical 38BQ), and T8511M, T8611M,
PC8900/W8900B1002. Require relay (R8222B1067 typically) for proper operation.

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Existing Control New Terminal


Equipment Function Terminal Designation Designation
Common Black C

Power Red R

Emergency Heat

A L

M13241

Fig. 6. Relay wiring connections for Evcon/Coleman equipment (3200, 3300). Requires R8222B1067
Relay to operate system. Equipment requires normally energized emergency heat.

Existing Control New Terminal


Equipment Function Terminal Designation Designation
or
Common Black C X

Power Red R

Emergency Heat A

M13236

Fig. 7. Relay wiring connections for Evcon/Coleman equipment (3200, 3300, 3360, 3400, 6000, and 6500).
Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate system. Equipment requires normally energized emergency heat.

Existing Control New Terminal


Equipment Function Terminal Designation Designation
Indoor Power VR R

System Monitor L

or
L X1

M13237

Fig. 8. Relay wiring connections for Lennox equipment (HP9, HP10). Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate the
system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats. Tape off if light is not desired.

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Existing Control New Terminal


Equipment Function Terminal Designation Designation
Power VR R

System Monitor L

or or
L X1 F

M13238

Fig. 9. Relay wiring connections for Lennox equipment (HP16, HP19, HP21, HP22 Direct Replacements).
Requires R8222B1067 Relay to operate the system monitor light (emergency heat LED) on
TRADELINE replacement thermostats. Tape off if light is not desired.

Existing Control New Terminal


Equipment Function Terminal Designation Designation
Power R R

System Monitor X1

or
L X1

M13239

Fig. 10. Relay wiring connections for Magic Chef equipment (PE Series). Requires R8222B1067 Relay
if outdoor section has reset shunt relay and malfunction light indicator is desired on thermostat.

Existing Control New Terminal


Equipment Function Terminal Designation Designation
or
Power R1 R R

or
System Monitor L X

or
L X1

M13240

Fig. 11. Relay wiring connections for Mammoth. Requires R8222B1067 Relay if outdoor
section has reset shunt relay and malfunction light indicator is desired on thermostat.

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Equipment PC8900
Equipment Function Terminals Terminals
Transformer Common C C

Power R R

Fan G G

O/B

1st Stage Heating W1 Y1/W1

1st Stage Cooling Y1

Changeover Valve B

2nd Stage Heating W2 Aux.

Emergency Heat E E

2nd Stage Cooling Y2 Y2

M13233

Fig. 12. Relay wiring connections for PC8900 in heat pump applications
requiring separate Y1 and W1 terminals with a heating changeover.

Equipment PC8900
Equipment Function Terminals Terminals
Transformer Common C C

Power R R

Fan G G

O/B

1st Stage Cooling Y1 Y1/W1

1st Stage Heating W1

Changeover Valve O

2nd Stage Heating W2 Aux.

Emergency Heat E E

2nd Stage Cooling Y2 Y2

M13234

Fig. 13. Relay wiring connections for PC8900 in heat pump applications
requiring separate Y1 and W1 terminals with a cooling changeover.

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Understanding Circuits
To understand wiring diagrams, it is important to know what all the symbols mean and how to trace the path of the
circuits from the transformer. Circuit descriptions and terminology are defined as follows:

Auto changeover—refers to the presence of an AUTO position in the system switching (EX: Q674F with OFF-COOL
AUTO-HEAT-EM. HEAT switching). The thermostat automatically changes between heat and cool modes as
indoor temperature changes.

Manual changeover—requires a system switch movement to change mode (EX: Q674L with EM. HT.-HEAT-OFF-
COOL switching).

Cool changeover valve—operates on cooling. The reversing valve or relay is activated either by moving the system
switch to COOL (manual changeover) or by a mercury switch that makes on a temperature rise (auto changeover).

Heat changeover valve—operates on heating. The reversing valve or relay is activated either by moving the system
switch to HEAT (manual changeover) or by a mercury switch that makes on a temperature fall (auto changeover).

System monitor relay—optional equipment on some heat pumps. This system monitor relay detects a malfunction in
the compressor and indicates the malfunction by activating the EMERGENCY HEAT LED on the switching
subbase. The system monitor relay may be wired to the L terminal on some thermostats

Each mercury switch is identified by function:


H1—Stage 1 Heating.
H2—Stage 2 Heating.
H3—Stage 3 Heating.
C1—Stage 1 Cooling.
C2—Stage 2 Cooling.
C3—Stage 3 Cooling.
C/O—Changeover (heat pumps).

Each anticipator is identified and each switch affected is named (EX: H1 anticipator, C1 anticipator).

All T874 Multistage Thermostats use mercury switches. Each schematic indicates switch operation by being drawn
in the open position with an arrow indicating operation with a temperature RISE or FALL.

KEY TO HOOKUP SYMBOLS

RELAY/CONTACTOR CONTACTS
TRANSFORMER
(24 VAC SECONDARY)
B

TERMINAL
RELAY OR CONTACTOR COIL

LED

ODT
MERCURY SWITCH OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT

EHR
EMERGENCY HEAT RELAY
FIXED ANTICIPATOR
HIGH RESISTANCE RTD
(TYPICALLY 5 KILOHMS) TIME DELAY RELAY
RD
DEFROST RELAY
CHP
ADJUSTABLE ANTICIPATOR PRESSURE SWITCH
LOW RESISTANCE LACO
(TYPICALLY 0 TO 5 OHMS) LOW AMBIENT CUTOFF
M5848

Fig. 14. Key to hookup symbols.

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NEMA Standard Transformers Give You Better Control


UL sets the safety standards all transformers must meet. But these are minimum standards. The Honeywell AT20A,
AT40A, AT72D and AT87A Transformers do even more; they meet tough voluntary standards of the National Electrical
Manufacturer’s Association (NEMA).

Why is this so important? Because today’s sophisticated control systems require reliable, accurate voltage output for
optimal system performance. It’s especially important for electrical controls (OEM boards in high efficiency furnaces, for
example) or resistive heaters, such as thermostat heat anticipators.

For better performance, some heat pumps require a NEMA standard transformer. Conformance to NEMA standards
assures the voltage output of a transformer will remain within acceptable limits, regardless of load conditions. No
excessively high open-circuit voltage under light load conditions. No low, “brown-out” voltage levels under heavy load
conditions. At 100% load, the transformer secondary must supply between 23 and 25 volts to meet the NEMA standard.

How can you tell that the transformers you buy meet this tough, high standard? Look for the transformer to be marked:
NEMA Type B (20VA), NEMA Type D (40VA), NEMA Type E (48-50 VA). Only transformers conforming to the NEMA
standard can be marked in this way. The following are recommended Honeywell NEMA standard transformers:
AT72D1691, AT72D1683, AT87A1106

27
26
25
24
SECONDARY VOLTAGE

23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14

0 50 100 150 200


% OF LOAD M993

Fig. 15. NEMA Class 2 transformer band.

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Typical System Hookup Diagrams


L1 L2
(HOT)

1
RTD 1 ODT 1

H1 FAN
SWITCH EHR 1 RTD 2
C1
FALL
AUTO
H1/C1 ODT 2
ON
ANTICIPATOR

EHR 2 RTD 3

FAN RELAY
R

W2
H2 ANTICIPATOR AUX. HT.
LED (GREEN) RTD 1

E
H2 RD
EM. HT. RELAY
L
FALL
2 EM. HT. SYSTEM MONITOR
EM. HT. LED (RED)

HEAT B

OFF HEAT CHANGE-


OVER VALVE
COOL X
LACO CHP
Y
SYSTEM
SWITCH COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR
O

1 COOL CHANGE-
POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND
OVER VALVE
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
M6060A
2 NO AUTO FAN IN EMERGENCY HEAT.

Fig. 16. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1308.

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G
9
FAN RELAY
H1 W
C1
FALL 2 AUX. HEAT
U RELAY
2 AUX. HEAT
C
LED (GREEN)
ANTICIPATOR FAN
SWITCH B
3
H1/C AUTO EM. HEAT
ANTICIPATOR LED (RED)
ON
5
F

COMPRESSOR
8 MONITOR
L1
R (HOT)
11 OUTDOOR
L2
THERMOSTAT
SYSTEM SWITCH
X2 1
3
12
EM. HT.
T
HEAT
FALL H2
10 OFF
OUTDOOR
THERMISTOR
1 COOL O

RESET COOL CHANGEOVER


RELAY
4 COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS
Y
AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2 FIELD REMOVABLE JUMPER. M8728

3 AUTO FAN IN EMERGENCY HEAT.

Fig. 17. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1555.

W3
W3 RELAY

FALL
O
COOL
10 CHANGEOVER
H1
C1 RELAY
EM. HEAT
5 FAN LED (RED)
SWITCH

AUTO
2
H1
ANTICIPATOR ON
G
FAN RELAY
3 L2
1
C1 R
ANTICIPATOR L1
(HOT)
7 9
E
EM. HEAT RELAY

SYSTEM X
8 6 SWITCH
AUX. HEAT
EM. HT. LED (GRN)
12 W2
HEAT AUX. HEAT RELAY
H2
H2 ANTICIPATOR OFF
FALL
11
COOL B
HEAT
CHANGEOVER
RELAY
COMPRESSOR
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS CONTACTOR
AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
Y
M13249

Fig. 18. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841A1712 and T841A1738.

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W1
H1/C1
ANTICIPATOR HEAT RELAY 1

H1 W2
C1
HEAT RELAY 2
FALL
B

FAN SWITCH HEAT CHANGEOVER


VALVE
AUTO
G
ON
FAN RELAY

R L1
(HOT)
SYSTEM
L2
SWITCH 1
X
HEAT
H2 ANTICIPATOR
OFF
Y1
H2 COOL
FALL COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR

COOL CHANGEOVER VALVE


M6068A
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

Fig. 19. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for T841B1000.

C815A OUTDOOR
THERMISTOR

FALL T
FAN
H1
SWITCH
FAN RELAY
H1 ANTICIPATOR AUTO
G
ON

CHANGEOVER
VALVE
O
H2 L1
R
(HOT)
FALL L2
X2 1
RESET SYSTEM
HEATER SWITCH OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
EM .HT.
RISE
W
AUTO
AUX. HT. AUX. HT.
CHANGEOVER LED (GREEN) RELAY
OFF
B
EM. HT.
LED (RED)
C1
ANTICIPATOR F

Y
RISE
C1 1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. M1593

Fig. 20. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1161.

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1 O
FALL H1 ANTICIPATOR FAN SWITCH
COOL CHANGEOVER
AUTO VALVE
2 G
ON B RELAY
FAN RELAY
H1 B
4
L1
R (HOT)
6
SYSTEM
L2
H2 SWITCH
ANTICIPATOR E 1
OFF
EM. HT. RELAY
H2 FALL EM. HT. L

HEAT EM. HT.


LED (RED)
AUTO
X
RISE COOL
8 AUX. HEAT
LED (GREEN)
C1 9 AUX. HEAT RELAY

W2

C1 ANTICIPATOR
Y
10
COMPRESSOR
11 CONTACTOR
RISE
CO 1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND M8702
12 OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

Fig. 21. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1633.

1 FAN
SWITCH W3 RELAY
CHANGEOVER
W3
(HEAT) AUTO
2 ON G
FALL H1
ANTICIPATOR FAN RELAY
L2 1
3
R L1
FALL 4 (HOT)

W2
H2 EM. HT.
RELAY AUX. HEAT
5
RELAY
H2 ANTICIPATOR E
AUX.
H1 HT. LED
FALL (GREEN)
6 SYSTEM X1
SWITCH
COMPRESSOR
CHECK
CHANGEOVER 8 OFF FAULT
LED (RED)
(COOL)
9 EM. HT. X2
RISE HEAT EM. HT.
LED (RED)
AUTO
10 X
C1 COOL COOL CHANGEOVER
ANTICIPATOR VALVE

O
C1
RISE B
11
HEAT CHANGEOVER
W1 RELAY VALVE

W1

2 COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR

Y1

1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2 W1 - Y1 JUMPER IS Y TERMINAL; REMOVE JUMPER WHEN W1 RELAY IS USED. M8703

Fig. 22. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594G1419 and Y594G1476.

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1 G

FAN RELAY
W

2 AUX. HEATER
AUX. HEAT 2
AUTO U RELAY
LED (GREEN)
H1 ON
C1
B
FALL 3 EM. HEAT COMPRESSOR
FAN MONITOR
LED (RED)
SWITCH
F
1
4 L1
R
(HOT)
L2
H2
FALL 5 SYSTEM
SWITCH
T
EM. HEAT
6
HEAT OUTDOOR
X2 SENSOR
OFF
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
11 COOL
O
COOL
COMPRESSOR
CHANGEOVER
CONTACTOR
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND VALVE
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. Y
M8701
2 FIELD REMOVABLE JUMPER.

Fig. 23. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1763.

L1
2
R (HOT)
H1 AND C1 L2
ANTICIPATOR
FAN
3 SWITCH L 1

H1 AUTO EM. HEAT


C1 LED (RED)
FALL ON
4 X
H2 AUX. HEAT AUX. HEAT
ANTICIPATOR LED (GRN) RELAY
H2
6 W2
FALL SYSTEM FAN RELAY
SWITCH
G
EM. HT. COOL
CHANGEOVER
HEAT VALVE
O
OFF

COOL E
COMPRESSOR
EM. HEAT CONTACTOR
RELAY
Y

"B" RELAY

B
M8700
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

Fig. 24. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1797.

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W3
W3 RELAY

O
COOL CHANGEOVER
VALVE

COMPRESSOR
L
MONITOR

H1 FAN RELAY
FAN
ANTICIPATOR
1 SWITCH G

AUTO

C ANTICIPATOR ON L1
2 R (HOT)
L2
1

H1 3 W2
C
EM. HT. AUX. HT. RELAY
FALL
LED (RED)
SYSTEM
SWITCH
4 AUX. HT. E
LED (GRN)
EM. HT. RELAY
EM. HT.
5
H2 HEAT X
ANTICIPATOR
6 3
H2 OFF
FALL X2 HEAT
COOL CHANGEOVER
VALVE

B
11
W1 RELAY

1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD W1


PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
COMPRESSOR
2 REMOVE JUMPER WHEN W1 RELAY IS USED. 2
CONTACTOR
3 FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER. Y M8713

Fig. 25. Internal schematic and typical wiring diagram for Y594R1425.

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2
L1
R
(HOT)
POWER HIGH L2
SUPPLY LIMIT 1

C/X
FAN AUX. HT.
SWITCH LED (GREEN)
EM. HT.
ON
LED L
THERMO- SUBBASE (RED)
STAT LOGIC/ AUTO MONITOR AUX. HT.
LOGIC CONTROL RELAY
CIRCUIT CIRCUIT W2
HEAT 2
FAN RELAY
G

EM. HT. RELAY


SYSTEM E
SWITCH

EM. HT.

HEAT COOL CHANGEOVER


VALVE
OFF C. O.
O
AUTO
HEAT CHANGEOVER
COOL VALVE
C. O.
B
COOL

Y
HIGH
LIMIT COMPRESSOR
HEAT 1 X1 CONTACTOR
3
CHECK
LED
(YELLOW)
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD
PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. X2

2 DENOTES THERMOSTAT TO SUBBASE INTERCONNECT.

3 POSSIBLE CHECK LED CIRCUITS:


X1 TO R X1 TO R X1

CHECK FAULT DETECTION SWITCHING L1


CHECK CHECK (HOT)
LED SWITCH DEVICE
LED LED
(YELLOW) (YELLOW) FAULT DETECTION (YELLOW) 24 VAC L2
SWITCH

X2 TO C/X X2 TO C/X X2

SWITCH TO R (POWER) SIDE SWITCH TO C (COMMON) SIDE SWITCH IN SECONDARY OF


OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER SEPARATE TRANSFORMER M6020A

Fig. 26. Typical wiring diagram for T8611G1004 and T8611G1103.

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L1
R (HOT)
4
POWER HIGH L2
SUPPLY LIMIT 1
3
C
FAN AUX. HT.
SWITCH LED (GREEN)
EM. HT.
ON
LED L
THERMO- SUBBASE (RED)
AUTO MONITOR AUX. HT.
STAT LOGIC/ RELAY
LOGIC CONTROL
CIRCUIT CIRCUIT W3
HEAT 3
STAGE 2
RELAY

W2
HEAT 2
EM. HT. RELAY

SYSTEM FAN RELAY


SWITCH G

EM. HT.
COOL CHANGEOVER
C. O. VALVE
HEAT O
OFF
HEAT CHANGEOVER
AUTO C. O. VALVE
B
COOL
STAGE 1 COMPRESSOR
COOL 1
CONTACTOR
Y
HEAT 1
STAGE 2 COMPRESSOR
HIGH CONTACTOR
LIMIT Y2
COOL 2
S1 S1 5
X1
S2 S2
2
CHECK
S3 S3 LED
(YELLOW)
6 200905 REMOTE
SENSOR X2

1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.

2 POSSIBLE CHECK LED CIRCUITS:

X1 TO R X1 TO R X1

CHECK FAULT DETECTION SWITCHING L1


CHECK CHECK (HOT)
LED SWITCH DEVICE
LED LED
(YELLOW) (YELLOW) FAULT DETECTION (YELLOW) 24 VAC L2
SWITCH

X2 TO C X2 TO C X2

SWITCH TO R (POWER) SIDE SWITCH TO C (COMMON) SIDE SWITCH IN SECONDARY OF


OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER SEPARATE TRANSFORMER

3 SOME OLDER HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS USE X FOR COMMON TERMINAL.

4 NOMINAL 24 VAC POWER MUST BE PRESENT BETWEEN R AND C TERMINALS FOR THERMOSTAT OPERATIONS.

5 AVAILABLE ONLY ON MODLES WITH SEPARATE SENSOR FOR REMOTE TEMPERATURE SENSING.

6 RECOMMENDED INTERCONNECT CABLE: 18-GAUGE THERMOSTAT CABLE, 200 FT. (61 M) MAXIMUM LENGTH.
ROUTE INTERCONNECT CABLE AWAY FROM SOURCES OF ELECTRICAL NOISE. M2656

Fig. 27. Typical wiring diagram for T8611M7008.

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L1
R
(HOT)
POWER HIGH L2
SUPPLY LIMIT 1

C
EM. HT.
3 LED AUX. HT.
LED (GREEN) MONITOR
FAN (RED)
SWITCH L AUX. HT.
THERMO- SUBBASE RELAY
ON
STAT LOGIC/
W2
LOGIC CONTROL
CIRCUIT CIRCUIT AUTO
HEAT 2 EM. HT. RELAY

E
STAGE 1
HEAT RELAY
W1

SYSTEM FAN RELAY


SWITCH G

EM. HT.

HEAT O
2 COOL
OFF CHANGEOVER VALVE

COOL
B

HEAT CHANGEOVER
VALVE
HIGH Y1
LIMIT
HEAT 1
COMPRESSOR
COOL 1 CONTACTOR

P
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. DEFROST
CONTROL
2 REMOVE JUMPER FOR SYSTEM WITH ISOLATED STAGE 1 HEATING AND COOLING CONNECTIONS.

DENOTES THERMOSTAT TO SUBBASE INTERCONNECT. M6019A


3

Fig. 28. Typical wiring diagram for T8611R1000.

L1
R (HOT)
THERMISTOR STAGE 2 RELAY
SENSOR L2
AUXILARY
THERMOSTAT HEAT RELAY 1
LOGIC SYSTEM
SWITCH W2
RELAY
EM. HT.
L
HEAT CHANGEOVER
VALVE HEAT
OFF
B
COOL CHANGEOVER
VALVE COOL

O
STAGE 1 RELAY COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR

2 COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR
HEAT
W1

EMERGENCY
HEAT RELAY

FAN SWITCH E
FAN RELAY
ON
G
POWER AUTO
SUPPLY
C

1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.


M11333
2 REMOVE JUMPER, WHEN SUPPLIED, FOR SYSTEMS WITH SEPARATE HEATING COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR (W1 SEPARATE FROM Y).

Fig. 29. Typical wiring diagram for T8011R and T8411R.

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L1 1
(HOT) L2

C
POWER COMPRESSOR
SUPPLY CONTACTOR HEAT
W2 W1
W1
AUXILIARY
HEAT RELAY

W2
EMERGENCY
THERMOSTAT HEAT RELAY
LOGIC 3

W2 W1 E
COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR
E Y1 G O/B
Y1

FAN RELAY
E
G
Y1
G CHANGEOVER
O/B 2
VALVE

O/B

COMPRESSOR
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD CHECK LED (RED) MONITOR
PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
L TO R
2 O/B IS FIELD CONFIGURABLE TO SELECT ENERGIZED IN HEATING OR
COOLING. (DEFAULT IS ENERGIZED IN HEATING).
OT
3 REMOVE JUMPER, WHEN SUPPLIED, FOR SYSTEMS WITH SEPARATE OUTDOOR
HEATING COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR (W1 SEPARATE FROM Y1). SENSOR C7089B
OT

M13281

Fig. 30. Typical wiring diagram for T8511G.

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L1 1
(HOT) L2

C
POWER COMPRESSOR
SUPPLY CONTACTOR HEAT
W2 W1
E W1
AUXILIARY
HEAT RELAY

W2
THERMOSTAT EMERGENCY
4 HEAT RELAY
LOGIC
E
COMPRESSOR
CONTACTOR

Y1

3
CHANGEOVER
VALVE
O/B
Y
O/B
G

G
FAIL LED (RED) FAN RELAY

X1

1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD


PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. X2 COMPRESSOR
CHECK LED (RED) MONITOR
2 WIRES TO OT TERMINALS SHOULD NOT SHARE CABLE WITH OTHER
L TO R
CONNECTIONS.

3 INSTALLER CONFIGURABLE. FACTORY DEFAULT IS O-ENERGIZED IN


COOL MODE. OT
OUTDOOR
2
4 FACTORY-INSTALLED JUMPER; REMOVE IF A HEAT RELAY IS CONNECTED SENSOR C7089B
TO W1. OT

M13250

Fig. 31. Typical wiring diagram for T8611G2002 and T8611G2028.

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Electronic Thermostat (T8011, T8411, T8511, T8611)


Sequences of Operation

T8011 Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat and


T8411 Electronic Heat Pump Thermostat
Sequence of Operation
The Fan, Heat and Cool outputs are relay controlled. A loss of ac power, or a change in the SYSTEM switch setting can cause the
outputs to turn off. Table 2 shows the sequence of operations for the Fan settings and System modes.

Table 2. T8011 and T8411 Sequence of Operation.


FAN Switch Settings SYSTEM Switch Settings Call for Action Energize Terminals Display Icons
Auto Cool None O None
Auto Cool Cooling O, Y, G

Auto Heat None B None


Auto Heat Stage 1 Heat B, W1, G

Auto Heat Stage 2 Heat B, W1, W2, G , Aux Ht


indicator
Auto Em. Ht. None L Em Ht indicator
Auto Em. Ht. Stage 1 Heat L, E, G , Em Ht indicator

Auto Em. Ht. Stage 2 Heat L, E, W2, G , Em Ht and Aux


Ht indicators

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T8511 Deluxe Electronic Heat Pump Thermostat


Sequence of Operation
The thermostat energizes specific terminals depending on the Fan and System Settings. The LCD will display symbols and words to
report the condition of system. See Table 3 for specific information.

Table 3. T8511G Sequence of Operation for Separate Compressor Terminal (Y and W1) Models.
Fan Selection System Selection Call Energize Display Icons
Auto Off None None None
On Off Fan G

Auto Cool None O/B a None


Auto Cool or Auto Cooling O/B a, G, Y1 and

Auto Heat None O/B a None


Auto Heat or Auto Stage 1 heating O/B a, W1, G and

Auto Heat or Auto Stage 2 heating O/B a, W1, W2, G , , and Aux Ht

Auto Em Heat None O/B a Em Ht


Auto Em Heat Stage 1 heating O/B a, E, G , and Em Ht

Auto Em Heat Stage 2 heating O/B a, E, W2, G , , Em Ht and


Aux Ht
Auto Auto None O/B a None
a Configure O/B (Select Models) in Installer Setup.

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T8611 Chronotherm IV Deluxe Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat


Sequence of Operation
The thermostat energizes specific terminals depending on the Fan and System Settings. The LCD will display the time, room
temperature, system and fan selection. Symbols will be displayed when the heating, cooling or fan is energized. See Table 4 for
specific information.

NOTE: Terminals listed in the Energize column vary depending on model.

Table 4. Heat Pump System Sequence of Operation.


Selection
Fan System Call Energize Display Icons
Auto Off None None None
On Off None G

Auto Cool None O or O/B a None


Auto Cool or Auto Stage 1 Cooling O or O/B a with and
G and Y1
Auto Heat None B or O/B a None
Auto Heat or Auto Stage 1 heating B or O/B a with W1 and G and

Auto Heat or Auto Stage 2 heating B or O/B a with W2, W1 and G , , and Aux Ht

Auto Em Heat None B or O/B a Em Ht


Auto Em Heat Stage 1 heating B or O/B a, E and G , and Em Ht
(select models)
Auto Em Heat Stage 2 heating B or O/B a, E and W2 and G , , Em Ht and Aux Ht
(select models)
Auto Auto None O/B a, O or Bb None
a Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
b Based on last piece of equipment called (cooling = O or heating = B) and Installer Setup selection.

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Thermostat Manufacturer Cross Reference


MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT
American Stabilis a HP-1 T841A1712, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011,
T8611R, T8611G
HP-1EF T841A1712, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011,
T8611R, T8611G
HP-10EFb T841A1712, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011,
T8611R, T8611G
HP-15 Y594G1252, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611R, T8611G,
a See page 37 for hookup details.
b Compressor protection is generally provided by the equipment manufacturer.

MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


Carrier Totalineb,c
Multistage Heat Pump MP10/11 T8611G
MP30 T8611M
MS10/11 Y594R1425
MS12/13 T841A1316 a
MS20/21 Y594G1419
a Use with ST82 Time Delay Relay for extended fan operation.
b See pages 42-45 for hookup details.
c Carrier thermostats manufactured by American Stabilis.

MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT a


Climate Technology Corporation CTC400 T841A1316, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
CTC403 T841A1316, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611,
a Use T8611M or W8900B for 3 heat, 2 cool applications.

MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


Enerstat b DSP400 T841A1001 a
DSP410 T841A1001 a
DSP600 T874W1031/Q674L1546, Y594W1014
a Provision for optional remote sensor, not provided.
b See page 49 for hookup details.

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MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


General Electrica 3AAT86B21A1 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
3AAT86B14A1 T841A1316, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
3AAT86B16D1 T841A1316, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
3AAT80A1A1 T841A1712, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
3AAT80A2A1 T841A1712, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
3AAT80B1A1 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
3AAT86B1A1 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
a See pages 57-58 for hookup details.

MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


Lennox a 51H3901 T841A1316, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G
(3AAB83C38)
51H4001 T841A1712, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G
(3AAT88D38B2)
51H4301 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002
(3AAT88D38C2)
21J7101 T841A1555, Y594R1763, Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011,
(3AAT89B38D1) T8611G
21J7201 T841A1712, Y594R1425, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G
(3AAT89B38E1)
21J7301 T841A1712, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611G
(3AAT89B38F1)
a See pages 75-81 for hookup details.

MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


Maple Chase 09520 T841A1316, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411, T8511, T8011,
T8611G
09620 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002
09720 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002

MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


Seco a TA2000 T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411 T8511, T8011,
T8611
TA2010 T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411 T8511, T8011,
T8611
TA2040 T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411 T8511, T8011,
T8611
TA2050 T841A1001, Y594R1425, Y594G1419, T8411
TA2060 T841A1555 plus C815A1005
a See pages 92-93 for hookup details.

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MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


Trane a,b BAY28X182/BAY28X185 T874A1036/Q674B1075
Single-Stage Heat Pump (T874A1184/Q674B1141)
BAY28X182/BAY28X187 T874A1036/Q674C1058
(T874A1184/Q674E1033)
BAYSTAT009 T874A1036/Q674B1018
(T874A1085/Q674B1018)
Multistage Heat Pump ASYSTAT651 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
AY28X138 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
AY28X139 T841A1068, Y594R1763, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
AY28X164 T874D1165/Q674E1049
BAY28X138 Y594G1161, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
(3AAT80B1A1),
BAY28X140,
BAYSTAT138
BAYSTAT239 T841A1068, Y594R1763, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
(3AAT86B1A1),
BAY28X139,
BAY28X141,
BAY28X153A,
(3AAT83F1B2)
BAYSTAT240 (3AAT80A1A1)
BAYSTAT339 T841A1068, Y594R1763, T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611
(Y594R1284)
BAYSTAT024B T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002
TAYSTAT500 T8611R, T8611G
a See pages 97-100 for hookup details.
b Trane thermostats manufactured by General Electric or Honeywell.

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MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER HONEYWELL REPLACEMENT


White Rodgers a IF56-444 T8034C1234
Single-Stage Heat Pump
IF93-36 T8600C1162
Multistage Heat Pump IC70-18 T841A1001, Y594G1252
IC70-24 T874D1165/Q674F1022
IC71-2 Y594G1419
IF58-910/S28-1 T841A1217, Y594R1300
IF58-910/S28-2 T841A1423, Y594R1615
IF58-910/S28-16 T841A1316, Y594R1425
IF58-911/S28-5 T841A1316, Y594G1419
IF58-911/S28-17 T841A1001, Y594G1252
IF58-911/S28-18 T841A1068, Y594R1136
IF58-56 T841A1050, Y594R1425
IF58-57 T841A1068, Y594R1136
IF58-58 T841A1217, Y594R1425
IF58-72 T841A1233, Y594R1615
IF58-77 T841A1316, Y594R1425
IF58-78 T841A1217, Y594R1425
IF58-83 T841A1217, Y594R1243
IF59-79 T841A1316, Y594R1425
IF60-25 T8600C1162
IF62-21 T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611R, T8611G
IF82-79 T8411, T8511, T8011, T8611R, T8611G
IF91-71 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002
IF92-71 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002
IF94-71 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002
IF95-71 T8611M, PC8900A1007/W8900B1002
a See page 108 for hookup details.

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Tips for Using This Heat Pump Cross Reference


This cross reference, alphabetized by equipment or thermostat manufacturer, provides the information needed to
choose and wire the Honeywell electromechanical, Chronotherm III, or electronic heat pump thermostats in new
installations and replacement applications. It also gives you the opportunity to upgrade the system from a standard to a
deluxe thermostat for improved performance and from manual changeover to the convenience of automatic heat/cool
changeover and to a Chronotherm® IV thermostat that puts the heat pump to work to save money. Best of all, you can
upgrade to the PC8900/W8900B1002 Perfect Climate Comfort Center™ Control System. This one comfort center
controls temperature, indoor air quality, ventilation, humidity, and zoning.

To use this Cross Reference:


1. Identify heat pump equipment manufacturer and refer to those diagrams in this reference.
2. Identify existing subbase model number if made by Honeywell, even if thermostat has equipment manufacturer’s
logo, and try to match up for verification. Some typical thermostats and subbases are listed in each section to make
identification easier. The Honeywell model number is listed, followed by the equipment manufacturer model number,
if available.
3. Make a listing of wiring terminals used and wire colors. You may want to write on the appropriate diagram in this
cross reference.
4. Note the unique control requirements your heat pump may have.
— Determine reversing valve (changeover) mode. O terminal cool or B terminal heat is typical.
— Identify first stage heat terminal. Connect to Y if a common terminal is used for first stage heat and cool, or to
W1 if a separate terminal is used for first stage heat.
— Identify if device has manual or automatic changeover from heat to cool.
— Identify what action, if any, is required for LED selection; e.g., auxiliary heat, emergency heat, check, or fail.
5. Select a replacement based both on the technical requirements and your customer’s needs; e.g., a working family
may find a Chronotherm® IV upgrade desirable.
6. After selecting the proper thermostat, use the corresponding control hookup diagram. See example below.

Existing
Control Electronic Perfect Climate
Terminal Electromechanical Chronotherm III Replacement Chronotherm IV Comfort Center
Designation Thermostat Thermostat or Upgrade Thermostat Control System
C Hook wire X or to C or to C or to C or to C
previously
on C to X
R Hook wire R or to R or to R or to R or to R
previously
on R to R
M13251

7. Connect only those terminals shown with lines to them on the diagram. Some terminals on the new thermostat may
not be used.
8. Refer to the following two pages for an example of a typical cross reference diagram and the associated footnotes.

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Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electronmechanical III IV

61 2 2
L 100 0

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2

K 1M2 017
T8 611M 100
G1 19

1G 00

1G 02

2
1G 00
1R 00
1G 00

00 0/
5
4

47

28
28

14

00
2

L 02
94 14

89 90
61 R1

51 G1
71

61 G2
01 R1
41 R1
42

47

T8 611M

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
A1

R1

T8 8611

T8 8511

T8 8011

T8 8611
T8 8411
41

94

T8
Y

T
T8

T
T
Y5
Function
Common A X X X C C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or E
Compressor Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1 Y1/W1
I I I I I I I
1st Stage – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 – –
Heat M

F
Auxiliary W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Y2 Aux.
Heat

P P P P P P P
Fan G G G G G G G G G G
C C C
or or or C
C/O Valve B B B B B B O/B B B O/B B O/B O/B
Heat
C C C
or or or C
C/O Valve O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O O/B O/B
Cool

G H H G H G GH G
System Monitor/ – L L L L L L L L
Sytem Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Heat W3 W3 W3 J J J J J W3 J
Loads B

D D D
D
LED Indication – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 X1 X2 –

N
Defrost – – – P – – – – – –

F
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – Y2 W2
Compressor

O
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool in two
Stage System

M13245

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A Terminal must be connected to the transformer common.


B Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, or relays.
C Configure O/B (Select Models) in Installer Setup.
D Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.
E If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014; (See page 12.)
F When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
G LED is energized when terminal is powered.
H L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
I Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
J If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) terminal.
K Used on two-speed compressor heat pump applications.
L Used on heat pumps that energize the compressor on both first stage cooling and first stage heating through a common Y
terminal.
M Q674F1022 switching subbase available when separate first stage heat and cool terminals are required. See specific heat pump
manufacturer’s listing for hookup information.
N P terminal on T8611R1000 only. Energized in heating and cooling modes; shown only when used.
O Jumper W2 and Y2 if stage 2 heating and cooling are common.
P To change fan operation in Emergency Heat mode, see page 9.

X1 TO R X1 TO R X1

CHECK FAULT DETECTION SWITCHING L1


CHECK CHECK (HOT)
LED SWITCH DEVICE
LED LED
(YELLOW) (YELLOW) FAULT DETECTION (YELLOW) 24 VAC L2
SWITCH

X2 TO C/X X2 TO C/X X2

SWITCH TO R (POWER) SIDE SWITCH TO C (COMMON) SIDE SWITCH IN SECONDARY OF


OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER OF SYSTEM TRANSFORMER SEPARATE TRANSFORMER M13246

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AMANA
Models: RHA1842A, RHA (24-42)A2A, RHA (48-60)A2A, RHA (36, 48, 60)A3A & A4A, RHD (18-24)A2A, RHD (30-60)A2A,
RHE (18-24)A2A, RHE (30-60)A2A, RHA (36, 48, 60)A3B & A4B.

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 4

10 6
10 2
G1 19

1G 02

1G 00
1R 0 0

2
1R 00

00 0/
1R 00

47

28
00

14
28

00
5

6
94 14
2

51 G1

89 90
61 G1

61 G2
01 R1
42

47

41 R1
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8511
T8 8611

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
T

T
T
Y5

T
Function Terminals T8
or or
Common C X X1 C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or D
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
B B B B B B B B
1st Stg. Heat W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

I
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G

or H or H H
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

or H or H H
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E
A J F F J F J J
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost
A
Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 G G G G G G
Heat Loads

E
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

A
Defrost P – – – – – – – – –

I
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Not available on all models. F L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
B Do not remove factory-installed jumper. G If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
C Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. terminal.
D If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014. H Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
See page 12. I When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
E Field-installed X2 to X jumper. J LED is energized when terminal is powered.
M13172

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T841A1241 (D99458003) T8611R1083 (D9807605) T874R1194/Q674L1249

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AMERICAN STABILIS
TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES: HP1, HP1EF, HP10EF, HP15

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 2

10 6
1M 10 0

1G 02
G1 19

1G 00

2
1R 00

1R 00

00 0/
47

28
28
61 G 00

14
70 04

00
2

6
5

08

51 G1

89 90
94 14

61 G2
41 R1

01 R1
71

T8 611 1R1
47
42

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G
A1

T8 8511
R1

T8 8411

T8 8611
T8 8011
T8 861
Existing

41

94

T
Y

T
T
T8

Y5
Function Terminals
Common E C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y1 Y Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
G G G G G G G
1st Stg. Heat – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A
or or A
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A
or or A
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool
D
C C D C D C C
System Monitor/ X L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads

H F
LED Indication – – X2 X2 H X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Confgure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G,M. Connect X to X1; jumper X2 to C.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. See Fig. 26 and 27.
C LED is energized when terminal is powered. G Field-installed W1 to Y1 jumper (provided).
D L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M13142

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Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


® Chronotherm
Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

G2 02
R1 06
10 1
10 0

10 2

002
028
1 G 02

014
1 G 00
G 1 19

1 R 00

900 00/
47
04

611 20
28

011 10
5

6
2

51 G1
61 R1
9 4 14

41 R1
42

47
71

T8 611G

B1
T8 011R

W8 PC89
Y5 594G

T8 8511
T8 8611

T8 8411
R1
A1
Existing

94
41

T8
T8
T
T

T
Y
Terminals

Y5
Function T8
or
Common E X C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or J
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F F
1st Stg. Heat W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

G
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A
or or A
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A
or or A
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

B B C C B C B B
System Monitor/ L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

A
EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 – – – – –
Heat Loads D

H I
LED Indication – – X2 X2 H X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

K
Defrost P – – – P – – – – –

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
B LED is energized when terminal is powered. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
C L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position. I Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
D Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, J If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014. See
sequencers, or relays. page 12.
E Terminal X or C must be connected to transformer common. K Available on T8611R1000 only. M13143
F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T8611R1182 T841A1597

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ARCOAIRE/SNYDER GENERAL/COMFORTMAKER
AYC, AYD, AYF

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1
10 2
10 0

20 2
10 6
1G 02
1R 00
G1 19

1G 00

1G 00

2
1R 00
47

00 0/
28

28
04

14

00
5

6
2

51 G1

89 90
41 R1
94 14

61 R1

61 G2
01 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8511
T8 8411
T8 8611
R1
A1

T8 8611
T8 8011
Existing

94
41

T
T
T
Y

T
T
Y5
Terminals

T8
Function
Common C or
X C X X X C C C C C C
or X1
Power R R R R R R R R R R

or K
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stg. Heat W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

or B
Aux. Heat W2 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A
or or A
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A
or or A
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

or I I L L I L I I
System Monitor/ L X L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads D

G F
LED Indication – – X2 X2 G X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

J
Defrost P – – – P – – – – –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. terminal.
C Terminal X (C, X1) must be connected to transformer common. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, J Available on T8611R1000 only.
sequencers, or relays. K If separate Y1 and W1 Terminals are required, install R8222D1014.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. See page 12.
F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26. L L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
G Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). M13144

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T841A1142 (1506726) T841A1159 (1505726) T874D1603
T874G1592/Q674F1212 T874G1782/Q674J1175 (1506756) T874G1774/Q674J1175 (1505756)
T874R1301/Q674L1181 (1505714) T874R1483/Q674L1538 (1505721) T874R1517/Q674L1538 (1506721)
T874R1525/Q674L1181 T874R1574/Q674L1538 T874R1582/Q674L1538 (A02077)
T874R1723/Q674L1702 (654958B07) T8611R1067 (1506-744) T8611R1075 (1505-744)
T8300A1193/Q6300A

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Models: 24UHPQC, 30UHPQC, 42UHPQC, 48UHPQB, 48UHPQB-B, 48UHPQC-B, 60UHPQC-B

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

10 1

20 2
10 6
G1 000
G1 19

1R 00

1G 02

1G 00
1R 00

2
28

47

28

00 0/
14
004
5

00
6
2

94 14

41 R1

51 G1

61 G2
611 R1

01 R1

89 90
42

47
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
T8 8411
R1

T8 8611
A1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
Existing

94
41

T
Y

T
T
Y5
Function Terminals T8
Common E C or X X X X C C C C C C
or X1
Power Rh
or R R R R R R R R R R
Rc
Compressor or
Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stg. Heat – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A
or or or A
C/O Valve B W1 B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A
or or A
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

I I J J I J I I
System Monitor/ L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 C C C C C C
Heat Loads D

H G
LED Indication – – X2 X2 H X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. E Terminal X (C, X1) must be connected to transformer.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
C If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) G Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
terminal. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
D Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors, I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
sequencers, or relays. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13145

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T872N1036/Q672F1299 T874R1129/Q674L1181
T872N1164/Q672L1185 T874R1152/Q674L1207
T874N1024/Q674F1261

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B.D.P. (BRYANT-DAY/NIGHT-PAYNE)

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

10 6
10 0

20 2
10 2

1G 02
G1 19

1R 00
1G 00

1G 00
1R 00

2
47

B1 /
14

28
28
04

00 00
00
5

6
2

51 G1
94 14

01 R1
61 R1

61 G2
41 R1
42

47
71

89 89
Y5 594G

T 8 8511
R1

T 8 8011
A1

T 8 8611

T 8 8411

T 8 8611

W PC
Existing

41

94

T
T
Y

T
T8
Function

Y5
Terminals

C1
Common F or C X X X C C C C C C
X1

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor W1 or Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
G G G G G G G

1st Stg. Heat – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
C/O Valve B B B B B B B or O/B B B or O/B O/B
Heat
A A
or or A
C/O Valve Y1 or O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

K M M K M K K
System Monitor/ L or F L L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat X or E E E E E E E E E E

C
Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 J J J J J J
Heat Loads D

E E
Defrost P – – – P – – – – –

L H L
LED Indication X – X2 I X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. H Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. I Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
C If provided on original equipment. J If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
D Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors, terminal.
sequencers, or relays. K LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Model 545 typical. P terminal provided on T8611R1000 only. L Optional Check LED activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.
F Terminal X (C, X1, C1) must be connected to transformer common. M L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
G Do not remove factory-installed jumper. M13146

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T872G1166/Q672F1125 T874J1010/Q674J1084 (34427DP124/P272-2471/34427DP126,P272-1879)
T872G1174/Q672F1125 T874J1010/Q674L1371 (34427DP124/P272-2471/34427DP125,P272-1878)
T874G1261/Q674F1253 T874R1004/Q674B1042
T874G1451 (HH641502)/Q674F1212 T874R1335 (HH641501)/Q674L1405

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CARRIER
TYPICAL 50YQ, QT; 38QF, QN, QB, NPHPO1, 38YRA

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 2
10 0

10 6
G1 19

1G 02

1G 00
1R 00
1G 00

2
1R 00
47

28

00 0/
28
04

14

00
5

6
2

94 14

51 G1

61 G2

89 90
41 R1
61 R1

01 R1
42

47
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8511
A1

T8 8611
T8 8411
T8 8611

T8 8011
Existing

94
41

T
T
T

T
Y5
Function Terminals T8
Common E C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stg. Heat W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

or B
Aux. Heat W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A
or or A
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A
or or A
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool
C
or I I K K I K I I
System Monitor/ F L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads D

G
LED Indication – – X2 H X2 H X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

J
Defrost P – – – P – – – – –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
C If provided on original equipment. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, J Available on T8611R1000 only.
or relays. K L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M13147
F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T841C1009 (HH07AT180) T874G1121 (HH07AT161) T874R1319/Q674B1281 (42QH400083/42QH400103)
T872G1075/Q672J1054 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ173) T874G1717/Q674J1167 T874R1384/Q674L1439 (HH07AQ170/HH93AZ187)
T872G1075/Q672L1052 (HH07PZ085/HH93AZ075A) T874H1070/Q674B1406 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ200) T874R1384/Q674L1579 (HH07AQ170/HH93AZ198)
T874C1166 (HH07AT160) T874H1070/Q674C1322 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ199) T874V1008/Q674R1003 (HH07AT177/HH93AZ190)
T874D1272 (HH07AT162) T874H1088/Q674B1406 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ200) T8085R1007/Q682L1002 (HH07AT075/HH93AZ159C)
T874G1055/Q674J1035 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ173A) T874H1088/Q674C1322 (HH07AT166/HH93AZ199) T8085R1023/Q682L1028 (HH07AT075C/HH93AZ159C)
T874G1055/Q674J1118 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ188) T874J1002/Q674L1074 (HH07AT175/HH93AZ186) T8141A1147
T874G1055/Q674L1041 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ175A) T874L1000/Q674E1270 (HH07AT176/HH93AZ189) T8611G1046 (HH07AE001)
T874G1055/Q674L1397 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ185A) T874L1018/Q674B1356 (HH07AT178/HH93AZ192) T8611R1208 (HH07AX114)
T874G1055/Q674P1005 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ169) T874L1018/Q674C1264 (HH07AT178/HH93AZ193) T8611R1216 (HH07AX115)
T874G1071/Q674P1005 (HH07AT171/HH93AZ169)

70-6627 • 42
CARRIER
TYPICAL 38BQ C

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Electromechanical Chronotherm® III Chronotherm IV

20 7
F1 5/

1M 01
02

2
08

25

00 0/
00
74 116
2

61 M2
10

89 90
70
02

B1
1M

W PC8
Q6 74D

1M

T8 8611
Existing

51
61
T8

T
Function Terminals

T8
T8
Common A C X1 C C C C

Power R R R R R R

C
1st Stage Cool Y1 Y1 C C C C

C
1st Stage Heat W1 W1 C C C C

B
2nd Stage Heat W2 W2 W2 Y2 Y2 W2

Fan G G G G G G

C CE CE CE
C/O Valve – O O O/B O/B O/B
Cool C

C/O Valve – B B O/B O/B O/B


Heat

B
Em. Heat E E E E E E

C C C CF
Common 1st Stage – – Y Y1 Y1 Y1/W1
Compressor C

G H G H
System Monitor/ – – L L L L
System Defrost

B D D
LED Indication X X2 X1 X2 – X1 X2 –

2nd Stage Cool Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2

A Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. D Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
B For auxiliary heat LED indication, jumper X2 to W2 on Q674. For emergency X2 terminals.
heat LED indication, jumper X2 to E. E Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
C Relay required (R8222B1067 typically) for T8511M, T8611M, F Configure Y1/W1 terminal in installer setup.
PC8900/W8900B1002 application. See page 9 for wiring diagram. G L terminal is continuously energized in Em. Heat Mode.
H LED is energized when terminal is powered. M13148

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T874D1074/Q674F1030 (HHO7AT172/HH93AZ174)
T874D1074/Q674F1063 (HH07AT172/HH93AZ181)

70-6627 • 43
CARRIER
USES HONEYWELL Q674L1116 (HH93AZ171) SUBBASE

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Electromechanical Chronotherm® III Chronotherm IV

02 /

20 7
F1 65
2H
E

02

2
08

25

00 0/
1M 01
BL

00
BL

74 D11
AI T

89 90
AI T

10
70

61 2
AV NO

B1
AV NO

T8 611M
LA

W PC8
LA

1M
1M
Q6 874
Existing

51
61
T

T8
T8
Function

T8
Terminals
Common B C X1 C C C C

Power R R R R R R

G G G
Compressor Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1 Y1/W1

1st Stg. Heat – W1 – – – –

E
NOT AVAILABLE

NOT AVAILABLE

2nd Stage Y1 W2 W2 Y2 Y2 W2
Compressor

Fan G G G G G G

D D D
C/O Valve – B B O/B O/B O/B
Heat

D D D
C/O Valve O O O O/B O/B O/B
Cool

F J I J I
System Monitor/ L X2 L L L L
System Defrost

F
EM. Heat E E E E E E

2nd Stg. Cool – Y2 A Y2 A – – Y2 A

LED Indication – – X1 X2 C – X2 C –

A Jumper Y2 to W2. G Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y or Y1/W1 terminal.
B Terminal C (X1) must be connected to transformer common. H When subbase system switch is in AUTO position, equipment operates in
C Optional CHECK LED on T8611M7008. Connect L to X1, jumper X2 to C. cool mode only.
D Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E In this application, auxiliary heat and compressor two are both connected J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
to terminal Y1.
F For second stage compressor LED indication, jumper X2 to Y2 on Q674.
For emergency heat LED indication, jumper X2 to E. For system monitor M13149
LED indication, connect L to X2.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T874D1264/Q674L1116 (HH07AT173/HH93AZ171)

70-6627 • 44
CARRIER
TWO-SPEED COOLING COMPRESSORS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Electromechanical Chronotherm III ® Chronotherm IV

20 7
E
E
E

02

25
1M 01

2
08

00 0/
BL
BL
BL

00
AI T
AI T
AI T

10

89 90
61 2
70
AV NO
AV NO
AV NO

T8 611M

B1
LA
LA
LA

1M

W PC8
1M
Existing

51
61

T8
T8
Function

T8
Terminals
Common A C C C C C

Power R R R R R

1st Stg. Y Y Y1 Y1 Y1/W1


Compressor
NOT AVAILABLE

NOT AVAILABLE

NOT AVAILABLE
2nd Stg. Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2
Compressor

2nd Stg. W2 W2 E E W2
Heat Relay

Fan G G G G G

B B B
C/O Valve O O O/B O/B O/B
Cool

B B B
C/O Valve – B O/B O/B O/B
Heat

D C D C
System Monitor/ L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 Aux.


Heat Loads

A Terminal C must be connected to transformer common. D L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
B Configure O/B in Installer Setup. E If 2nd stage heat is auxiliary (electric resistive), connect auxiliary stage
C LED is energized when terminal is powered. to W3. M13150

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T874S1001/Q674F1501 (HH07AT201/HH93AZ215)
T8611T7000 (HH07AX112)
T8611T7018 (HH07AX113)

70-6627 • 45
CRISPAIRE/MARVAIR

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

10 6
10 0

10 1

20 2
1R 00

1R 00
1G 00

1G 02

1G 00

2
28

14

00 0/
47

28
04

00
3
8

41 R1

01 R1

89 90
61 R1

51 G1

61 G2
63
30

79

B1
W PC8
T8 8411
G1

T8 011
T8 8611

T8 8511
A1

R1

T8 8611
Existing

94
41

94

T8
T
T

T
Y5
Function T8

Y5
Terminals
Common A X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
C C C C C
1st Stg. Heat – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

D D D D D D
Fan G G G G G G G G G G
E E
or or E
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
E E
or or E
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

F F F G G F G F F
System Monitor/ A L L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

D D D D D D
EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor
A Terminal X or C must be connected to transformer common. E Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. F LED is energized when terminal is powered.
C Do not remove factory-installed jumper. G L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D To eliminate automatic fan in emergency heat mode, connect switching relay M13151
as shown on page 9.

70-6627 • 46
ECONAR

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2
10 0

20 2
10 6
10 1
1R 00
1G 00

1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1G 02

00 0/
28

28
04

14
47

00
2

89 90
41 R1
61 R1

61 G2
94 14

01 R1
51 G1
71

42

47

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8411
T8 8611
A1

T8 8611
R1

T8 8011
T8 8511
Existing

41

94

T
T

T
T
Y

T
T8
Function

Y5
Terminals
Common E X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stg. Heat – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A
or or A
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A
or or A
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

C G L L G L G G
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 K K K K K K
Heat Loads D

J I J
H
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).


B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. I Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
C If provided on original equipment. J Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2
D Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, terminals.
or relays. K If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. terminal.
F Do not remove factory-installed jumper. L L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
G LED is energized when terminal is powered. M13152

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T874G1915/Q674F1212 T874R1921/Q674L1207

70-6627 • 47
ECONAR

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 2

10 1

10 6

1G 00
E

1R 00

1G 02

2
1R 00
G1 19

00 0/
28
00

28

47

14

00
BL

61 G2
AI T

89 90
41 R1

51 G1

01 R1
94 14

10
42

47

B1
AV NO

W PC8
LA

Y5 594G

T8 8611
1R

T8 8411

T8 8011
T8 8511
R1
Existing

61
94

T
T

T
T
Y

T8
Function

Y5
Terminals
Common A X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R

F
Compressor Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
B B B B B B B
NOT AVAILABLE

1st Stg. Heat W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –

D
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G
G G
or or G
C/O Valve B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat

H H I I H I H H
System Monitor/ L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 E E E E E E
Heat Loads C
G G
or or G
C/O Valve O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

LED Indication – X2 X2 – – – – X1 X2 –

D
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. E If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
B Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 jumper. terminal.
C Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, F Install R8222D1014 (see page 12) for separate Y1 and W1 terminals.
or relays. G Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
D When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. H LED is energized when terminal is powered.
I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13153

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T874G1915/Q674F1410

70-6627 • 48
ENERSTAT

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 7
10 2

10 1

10 6

1M 01
1R 00

1G 02
G1 19

2
1R 00
08
T8 1G 0
1M 04

00 0/
25
28

47

14

00
61 100
5

6
2

61 M2

89 90
41 R1

51 G1
94 14

01 R1
70
61 10
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 11R

T8 8411

T8 8511
R1

T8 8011
A1

T8 8611
Existing

94
41

T
Y

T8

T
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
Common E X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R
B
or or
1st Stage HP1 HP Y Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y/W1
Compressor
G G G G G G

1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 – –
Heat

I
2nd Stage – W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Aux. Heat

3rd Stage – – – – W3 – – – W3 –
Aux. Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G G G

C J
2nd Stage HP2 Y2 Y2 Y2
Comp.
A A A
C or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B O/B O/B
Heat

C A A A
or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O/B O/B
Cool

System Monitor/ – – L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat – E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads D

Remote Sensor – – – – – – – – – –

H F
LED Indication – – X2 X2 H X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G,M. See Fig. 26 and 27.
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to HP terminal. G Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
C If provided on original equipment. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
D Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, I When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
or relays. J T8611M7008 Model. M13173
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common.

70-6627 • 49
EVCON/COLEMAN
MODELS: 3200, 3300 A

Chronotherm® III Electronic Replacement or Upgrade

A 102 2

A 101 6
1R 00

1R 00
8
0

4
A 100

41 R1

01 R1
T8 8411

T8 8011
1 R
Existing

61

T
Function Terminals

T8
Common B BLCK C C C
(2)

Power RED R R R
(1)

1st Stg. Heat W W1 W1 W1


(5)
C C C
Compressor Y Y1 Y1 Y1
(6)

Aux. Heat
(4) W2 W2 W2 W2

Fan G G G G

C/O Valve B O O O
Cool (5)

C/O Valve – B B B
Heat

A
System Monitor/ E L L L
System Defrost A (3)

A
EM. Heat A
(10) A E E E

LED Indication X – – –
(3)

A R8222B1067 relays required to operate system. Equipment requires normally C Remove factory-installed jumper on Model 3200. Do not remove factory-
energized emergency heat. See page 10 for wiring diagram. installed jumper on Model 3300.
B Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. M13203

70-6627 • 50
EVCON/COLEMAN
MODELS: 3200, 3300, 3360, 3400, 6000, 6500 AD

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 2
G1 19

1G 02

1G 00
1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47
04

28
14
28

00
5

6
2

94 14

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
61 R1

01 R1
41 R1
42

47
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8611

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8
Y

T
T
Y5
Function

T8
Terminals
Common E BLCK X X X C C C C C C
(2)
Power RED R R R R R R R R R
(1)
or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
(6) G G G G G G G
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

I
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
(4)

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
B B B
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
B B B
or or
C/O Valve V O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool (5)

System Monitor/ – – L – L L L L L L
System Defrost

D
Em. Heat D A E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads F

C C
H C
LED Indication X – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –
(3)
I
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage Y2 – – Y2 – – – – – Y2
Cool

A See Coleman wholesaler to obtain replacements for these thermostats. If not E Terminal must be connected to the transformer common.
possible, basic functions can be provided as shown. F Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers,
B Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. or relays.
C Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and G Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
X2 terminals. H Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.
D R8222B1067 relays required to operate system. Equipment requires normally I When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
energized emergency heat. See page 10 for wiring diagram. M13204

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T8300A1029/Q6300A1029 (3300-382/3300-383)

70-6627 • 51
EVCON/COLEMAN
TYPICAL 3700, 3900, 4400, 6500, 7100, 9200 (3600 SERIES THERMOSTAT) DIRECT REPLACEMENTS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

20 2
10 6
10 1
10 0

1R 00

1G 00

2
1R 00
1G 02
1G 00

00 0/
28

28
14
47
04

00
33
7
8

89 90
41 R1

61 G2
01 R1
51 G1
61 R1
79
30

B1
6

W PC8
T8 8411
G1

T8 8011
R1

T8 8611
A1

T8 8511
T8 8611
Existing

94
94
41

T
T
T
Function

Y5
Y5
T8
Terminals
Common A X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
C C C C C
1st Stage – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Auxiliary W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

D D D D D D
Fan G G G G G G G G G G
E E E
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
E E E
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

F F F G G F G F F
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

D D D D D D
Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. E Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. F LED is energized when terminal is powered.
C Do not remove factory-installed jumper. G L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D To eliminate automatic fan in emergency heat mode, connect switching M13157
relay as shown on page 9.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T874G1501 (3600-375)/Q674F1378
T874G1576 (3600-373)/Q674F1402
T874R1368 (3600-368)/Q674L1421

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EVCON/COLEMAN
TYPICAL 3700, 3900, 4400, 6500, 7100, 9200 (3600 SERIES THERMOSTAT) ALTERNATIVE REPLACEMENTS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 2

10 1

10 6
10 0

1G 00
1R 00

1G 02
G1 19

2
1R 00

28
1G 00

00 0/
28

47

14
04

00
5

6
2

61 G2

89 90
41 R1

51 G1
94 14

01 R1
61 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8611
T8 8411

T8 8511
R1

T8 8011
A1

T8 8611
Existing

94
41

T
T

T
Y

T
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
or
Common D C/X X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

L
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G

K
Defrost B B B B B B B B B B
A A A
K or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

B B I I B I B B
System Monitor/ L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads C

G
LED Indication – – X2 X2 G X1 X2 F – – – X1 X2 –

J
EM. Heat P – – – P – – – – –

L
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).


B LED is energized when terminal is powered. H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, terminal.
or relays. I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. J Defrost is available on T8611R1000 only.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. K Models 3700, 3900 and 6500 require connection of O and B terminals.
F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26. L When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
M13174

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T8611R1059 (3600A-381)

70-6627 • 53
FEDDERS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

20 2
10 6
10 1
G1 19

1R 00
E

1G 00

2
1R 00
00

1G 02

00 0/
28

28
14
47

00
BL

6
94 14

89 90
41 R1
AI T

61 G2
01 R1
10

51 G1
42

47

B1
AV NO

Y5 594G

W PC8
LA

1R
R1

T8 8411

T8 8011

T8 8611
T8 8511
Existing

61
94

T
Y

T
T8
Y5

T
Function Terminals
A A A A A A
Common A C X X C C C C C C

or
Power Rc Rh R R R R R R R R R

or D
Compressor Y1 Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
B B B B B B B
1st Stage W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

G
NOT AVAILABLE

Auxiliary W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G G
F F F
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
F F F
or or
C/O Valve – O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

or H H I I H I H H
System Monitor/ L Z L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat K E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads C

E
LED Indication – X2 E X2 – – – – X1 X2 –

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. E Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.


B Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 jumper. F Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers or G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
relays. H LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Install R8222D1014 (see page 12) if separateY1 and W1 terminals are I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
required. M13158

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T872C/Q672L1102 T874D1462/Q674E1205 (THTX-220-AOHB; 88-58-00550-001)
T874C/Q674L1090 T874R1269/Q674L1066 (THTX-120-HEHB; 88-58-00540-001)
T874D1249 T874R1343/Q674L1413 (THTX-120-HEHC; 88-58-00560-001)

70-6627 • 54
FLORIDA HEAT PUMP
TYPICAL “LT” UNITS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 1
10 2

1G 00
G1 19

1G 00

2
1R 00
1G 02
1R 00

00 0/
28
04

14
47
28

00
5

6
2

89 90
61 G2
94 14

61 R1

01 R1
51 G1
41 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8611

T8 8611
R1

T8 8011
A1

T8 8411

T8 8511
Existing

94
41

T
Y

T
T

T
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
Common E C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

J
Aux. Heat W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or or
C/O Valve W O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

B B I I B I B B
System Monitor/ X L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

D D D D D D D D
D
EM. Heat – E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads C

H
LED Indication – – X2 X2 H X1 X2 G – – – X1 X2 –

J
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B LED is energized when terminal is powered. G Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
C Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors, H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
sequencers, or relays. I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D E-W2 jumper required unless emergency heat function is wired separately. J When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M13175

70-6627 • 55
FRIEDRICH

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 1
10 2

2
1G 00
G1 19

1G 00

00 0/
1R 00
1G 02
1R 00

28
04

14
47

00
28
5

89 90
2

61 G2
94 14

61 R1

01 R1
51 G1
41 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8611

T8 8611
R1

T8 8011
A1

T8 8411

T8 8511
Existing

94
41

T
Y

T
T

T
Function

Y5
Terminals T8

Common E X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

J
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

B B I I B I B B
System Monitor/ L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 D D D D D D
Heat Loads C

H
LED Indication – – X2 X2 H X1 X2 G – – – X1 X2 –

J
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common.
B LED is energized when terminal is powered. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
C Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors, G Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
sequencers, or relays. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
D If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900) I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
terminal. J When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. M13179

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T841A1324 (AT12124)

70-6627 • 56
GENERAL ELECTRIC

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 0

10 2

1G 02

1G 00

2
1R 00
1G 00

1R 00

00 0/
47
04

28
14
28

00
3

61
5

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
01 R1
61 R1

41 R1
76
55

B1
1

W PC8
R1

G1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 611

T8 8411
Existing

94

94
41

T8

T
T
T
Y5
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
or
Common A C B B B B C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
C C C C C
1st Stage – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or I
Aux. Heat W1 W W W W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
E E E
or or
C/O Valve – – – – B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
E E E
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

G G G H H G H G G
System Monitor/ F F F F L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat B – – – – – – – – –

Outdoor T T T T B B B B B B
Sensor

or
Outdoor W2 X2 X2 X2 X2 E E E E E E
Thermostat

F
LED Indication – – – – X1 X2 D – – – X1 X2 –

I
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. F Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
B Tape off. Electric thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop X2 terminals.
performance. G LED is energized when terminal is powered.
C Do not remove factory-installed jumper. H L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26. I When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
E Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. M13180

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — CUSTOMER PART NUMBER


3AAT86B1A1 3AAT80A1A1 3AAT80B1A1
3AAT83F1B2 3AAT83E12A1

70-6627 • 57
GENERAL ELECTRIC

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 0

10 2

1G 02

1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1G 00

1R 00

00 0/
04

47

28
14
28

00
5

6
2

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
94 14

01 R1
61 R1

41 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8511
R1

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 611

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8

T
T
Y

T
Function

Y5
Terminals T8
or
Common B C B X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or J
Aux. Heat W1 W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
I I I
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
I I I
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

or K K L L K L K K
System Monitor/ F L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat – – – – – – – – – –

Outdoor T A A A C C C C C C
Sensor

or
Outdoor E X2 E E E E E E E E E
Thermostat

Defrost Control – – – – P – – – – –

Multiple Aux. W2 W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads D

LED Indication – – X2 G X2 G X1 X2 F – – – X1 X2 –

J
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Tape off. Outdoor reset not provided with TRADELINE® replacement F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
thermostats. G Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
B Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
C Tape off. Electronic thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop terminal.
performance. I Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
D Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, J When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
or relays. K LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. L L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13181

70-6627 • 58
GEO SYSTEM

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 1
10 0

10 6
10 2

1G 00
G1 19

1G 02
1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

28

00 0/
04

47

14
28

00
5

6
2

61 G2
94 14

89 90
51 G1
61 R1

01 R1
41 R1
42

47
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
T8 8611
R1

T8 8611

T8 8511

T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
Y

T
T
Y5
Function

T8
Terminals
Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

K
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

J J I I J I J J
System Monitor/ L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads C

G
LED Indication – – X2 X2 G X1 X2 F – – – X1 X2 –

K
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).


B Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, terminal.
or relays. I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. J LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. K When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26. M13182

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T841A1118

70-6627 • 59
HEAT CONTROLLER/COMFORT AIR

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


®
Chronotherm Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 2

1G 02

1G 00

2
1G 00
G1 19

1R 00

00 0/
47
1R 00

28
04

14
28

00
5
2

51 G1

61 G2

89 90
61 R1
94 14

01 R1
41 R1
42
71

47

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8511

T8 8611
R1

T8 8611

T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
T

T
Y

T
Y5
Function Terminals T8

Common E C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

B or
Compressor W1 Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

G
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve Y1 O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

I J J I J I I
System X L L L L L L L
Monitor

D
EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads C

H H H
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
C Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, H Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
or relays. X2 terminals.
D If provided on original equipment. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13217

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES—HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T874G1469/Q674F1345

70-6627 • 60
HEATWAVE/SOUTHWEST MFG.

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 0

10 2

1G 02

1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1G 00

1R 00

47

00 0/
28
04

14
28

00
5

6
2

51 G1

61 G2

89 90
94 14

01 R1
61 R1

41 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8511
R1

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 611

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8

T
Y

T
T
Y5
Function

T8
Terminals
Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

B or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

G
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

System – – L – L L L L L L
Monitor

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads C

F F F
LED Indication X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

Defrost B – – – – – – – – –

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. E Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. F Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
C Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, X2 terminals.
or relays. G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
D Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M13218

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T872G1232/Q672F1224 T874G1105/Q674F1097 T874G1105/Q674F1170

70-6627 • 61
HONEYWELL
UNIVERSAL

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm ® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 2
G1 19

1G 02

1G 00
1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
6
5
2

94 14

51 G1

89 90
61 G2
61 R1

01 R1
41 R1
47
42
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8511
T8 8611

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
T

T
T
T
Y5
Function Terminals T8

Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power B R R R R R R R R R R

or or
Compressor Y1 Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F F
1st Stage W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or L
Aux. Heat W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat I
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool I

or or J K K J K J J
System L1 X1 L L L L L L L L
Monitor

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 E
– E E E E E
Heat Loads C
H
H
LED Indication X2 – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 G – – – X1 X2 –

L
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Optional CHECK LED. See Fig. 26.
B For best performance, use a NEMA standard transformer. H Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
C Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors, X2 terminals.
sequencers, or relays. I Thermostat will have connection to either O or B terminal, not both.
D Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. J LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) K L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
terminal. L When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
F Do not remove factory-installed jumper. M13186

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T841A1084 T872R1008/Q672B1046 T874G1444/Q674J1027 T874R1350/Q674L1181
T841A1282 T872R1057/Q672L1037 T874G1626/Q674F1436 T874R1376/Q674L1207
T841A1290 T874G1113/Q674L1041 T874R1004/Q674B1042 T874R1392/Q674L1447
T841A1340 T874G1139/Q674A T874R1004/Q674B1109 T874R1475/Q674L1520
T841A1563 T874G1212/Q674F1238 T874R1061/Q674L1082 T874R1491/Q674L1553
T872G1000/Q672F1018 T874G1246/Q674F1212 T874R1152/Q674L1207
T872G1224/Q672F1208 T874G1246/Q674F1410 T874R1285/Q674L1157

70-6627 • 62
HONEYWELL
SEPARATE FIRST STAGE HEAT AND COOL TERMINALS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 1

10 6
10 2
E

1G 00
G1 19

1G 02

2
1R 00
00

1R 00

28

00 0/
47

14
28
BL

00
6
5
AI T

61 G2
94 14

89 90
51 G1

01 R1
10

41 R1
47
42
AV NO

B1
LA

Y5 594G

W PC8
1R

T8 8611
R1

T8 8511

T8 8011
T8 8411
Existing

61
94

T
Y

T
T8

T
Y5
Function Terminals
Common A X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R

D
1st Stage Y1 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
Cool
G G G G G G G

1st Stage W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1
Heat
NOT AVAILABLE

C
2nd Stage W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G G
E E E
B or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
E E E
B or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

or B
System X2 L X1 L L L L L L
Monitor

or
EM. Heat Z E E E E E E E E E

Defrost – – – P – – – – –

B
2nd Stage Y2 – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads F

LED Indication – X2 X1 X2 – – – – X1 X2 –

C
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. F Terminal is for multiple second stage heat loads such as contactors,
B If provided on original equipment. sequencers, or relays.
C When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G Remove factory-installed jumper for independent first stage heat and cool
D If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014; see page 12. operation.
E Select O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. M13187

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T872A-D/Q672F1000 T872A-D/Q672F1042 T874A-D/Q674F1006 T874A-D/Q674F1048 T874R1616/Q674L1587 T8300A/Q6300A
T872A-D/Q672F1026 T872C/Q672F1075 T874A-D/Q674F1022 T874A-D/Q674F1089 T8085A/Q682B1029 T8300B/Q6300B

70-6627 • 63
HONEYWELL
RETAIL HEAT PUMP THERMOSTATS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 2

1G 02

1G 00
1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
6
2

51 G1

89 90
61 G2
61 R1
94 14

01 R1
41 R1
47
71

42

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8611

T8 8011
A1

R1

T8 8411
Existing
41

94

T
T

T
Y

T
Function T8

Y5
Terminals
Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power B R R R R R R R R R R

or C
Compressor Y1 Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F F
1st Stage W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

E
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

G H H G H G G
System L L L L L L L L
Monitor

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

E
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. E When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
B For best performance, use a NEMA standard transformer. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
C If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014; see G LED is energized when terminal is powered.
page 12. H L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M13188

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


CT70A1001
CT8611R1006

70-6627 • 64
HONEYWELL
MODELS USING OUTDOOR RESET

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


®
Chronotherm Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 1

10 6
10 2
10 4

1G 00
1G 02

2
1R 00
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
28
47

14
28
00

00
3

61
5

61 G2

89 90
51 G1

01 R1
41 R1
61 G1
76
55

B1
1

W PC8
R1

T8 8611
G1

T8 8011
T8 8511
A1

T8 8411
T8 8611
Existing

94

94
41

T
T
T
T
Y5

T
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
Common AB B B B B C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
D D D D D
1st Stage – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

F
Aux. Heat W W W W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G

Outdoor T T T T E E E E E E
Thermistor

Outdoor X2 X2 X2 X2 E E E E E E
Thermostat
C C C
or or
Cooling O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Changeover

G G G H H G H G G
System F F F F L L L L L L
Monitor

F
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A For best performance, use a NEMA standard transformer. E No connection. Tape off.
B Terminal B (C) must be connected to transformer common. F When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
C Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Leave factory-installed jumper in place. H L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13189

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T874R1566/Q674L1538 T841A1068 T874R1053/Q674L1140

70-6627 • 65
HONEYWELL
HEATING CHANGEOVER

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 2

1G 02

1G 00
1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1R 00

47

00 0/
28
04

14
28

00
5

6
2

51 G1

61 G2

89 90
61 R1
94 14

01 R1
41 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8611

T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
T

T
Y

T
Y5
Function Terminals T8

Common E X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or or or
Compressor Y1 Y C Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
D D D D D D D
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve W1 B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve – O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

J K K J K J J
System L L L L L L L L
Monitor

or
Em. Heat E K E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux.
Heat Loads C W3 W3 W3 W3 F F F F F F

I
H I G
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. H Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
C Terminal is for multiple second stage heating loads such as contactors, I Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
sequencers, or relays. X2 terminals.
D Leave factory-installed jumper in place. J LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. K L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
F If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) M13190
terminal.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T872N1002/Q672F1133 T872N1028/Q672F1216
T874N1016/Q674F1220 T874N1040/Q674F1261

70-6627 • 66
HONEYWELL
UNIVERSAL THERMOSTATS

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Existing Control Terminal Designation Chronotherm IV

10 6

20 2

2
1R 00
04

1G 00

00 0/
10

58
02

00

14

28

00
89 90
01 R1
10

61 G2
10

11
10

10

B1
W PC8
1G
0A

1R
0A

1R

T8 8011

T8 8611
61
30

61
30

61

T
T8

T
Q6

T8
Function
Q6

T8
Common B X X C B C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R

Compressor Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y1/W1
A A A A A
1st Stage – W1 W1 W1 – W1 W1 –
Heat

F
Auxiliary W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G

or C C
C/O Valve B B B H B B B O/B O/B
Heat

or C C
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O/B
Cool

H H H H G G
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
Sytem Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E

Multiple – – E E E E E E
Heat Loads

D D
LED Indication – – – – X1 X2 – X1 X2 –

Defrost P – P – – – – –

F
2nd Stage – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – Y2
Cool I

A Remove factory-installed jumper for independent first stage heat and cool E If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
operation. terminal.
B Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. F When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
C Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and H L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
X2 terminals. I If Y2 is used, T8611M may be used as replacement.
M13244

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T874R1491/Q674L1553 T874G1600/Q674F1428 T8085R1015/Q682L1010
T8300A1003/Q6300A1010 T8300A1011/Q6300A1002 T8300A1045/Q6300A1002
T8300A1029/Q6300A1036 T8300A1037/Q6300A1044 T8300B1001/Q6300B1000
T8611R1000 T8611G1004

70-6627 • 67
INTERCITY PRODUCTS/HEIL QUAKER/WHIRLPOOL/TEMPSTAR

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 2

10 1

10 6
G1 19

1G 00
1R 00
E

1G 02

2
1R 00
00

28

00 0/
28

47

14

00
6
BL

94 14

61 G2

89 90
41 R1
AI T

51 G1

01 R1
10
47
42

B1
AV NO

Y5 594G

W PC8
LA

1R

T8 8611
R1

T8 8411

T8 8511

T8 8011
Existing

61
94

T
T

T
T8
Y5
Function Terminals
Common A X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R
F
Compressor Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
B B B B B B B
1st Stage W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1
Heat
NOT AVAILABLE

G
Auxiliary W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G G
D D D
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
D D D
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

H I I H I H H
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 E E E E E E
Heat Loads C

LED Indication – X2 X1 X2 – – – – X1 X2 –

Defrost P – – P – – – – –

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. F If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014. See
B Remove factory-installed Y1 (Y) to W1 jumper. page 12.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers or G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
relays. H LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
E If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (W8900B) terminal. M13159

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T8611R1190 (HQ1149375HW)
T874R1947/Q674L1819 (HQ1149406HW/HQ1149407HW)

70-6627 • 68
INTERCITY PRODUCTS/HEIL QUAKER/WHIRLPOOL/TEMPSTAR

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 1
10 0

10 6
10 2

1G 00
1G 02
1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1R 00

28

00 0/
04

47

14
28

00
6
2

61 G2

89 90
51 G1
61 R1
94 14

01 R1
41 R1
47
71

42

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8611
T8 8611

T8 8511

T8 8011
A1

R1

T8 8411
Existing

41

94

T
T

T
Y

T
Function

T8

Y5
Terminals
or
Common E C B X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

B or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or H
Aux. Heat W2 W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

or I D D I D I I
System X L L L L L L L L
Monitor

or
EM. Heat X E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads C

G G G
LED Indication X1 X2 – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

Defrost P – – – P – – – – –

H
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. G Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
C Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, X2 terminals.
or relays. H When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
D L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M13185

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T841A1134 (HQ1147021HW) T874R1673/Q674L1132 (HAXB004TW01/711598) T8141A1048
T841A1175 (HQ1147004HW) T874R1749/Q674F1329 (TAXB004TW01/712005) T8141A1055
T841A1589 (HQ1149480HW) T874R1749/Q674L1132 (TAXB004TW01/711598) T8141A1139
T872R1172/Q672L1193 T874R1731/Q674L1132 (HQ1147909HW/711598) T8300A1136/Q6300A1119
T874G1246/Q674F1212 T8141A1022 (HQ713669HW)
T874R1137/Q674L1132 (HQ711597HW/711598) T8141A1030 T8611G1020 (HQ713669HW)

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INTERTHERM/MILLER/NORDYNE

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 1

10 6
10 2
1G 00

1G 00
1G 02

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
28
47
04

14
28

00
7

61 10
8

61 G2

89 90
51 G1

01 R1
41 R1
79

63
30

10

B1
T8 611R

W PC8
T8 8611
R1

G1

T8 8011
T8 8511
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94

94
41

T8

T
T
T
T
Y5
Function

Y5
Terminals T8
Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E
1st Stage – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

H H H H H H H
Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve W1 B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve – O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

C C C G G C G C C
System Z L L L L L L L L L
Monitor

Em. Heat K E E E E E E E E E

F
LED Indication – – – – X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. X2 terminals.
C LED is energized when terminal is powered. G L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. H To eliminate auto fan in emergency heat mode, add switching relay as
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. shown on page 9.
M13191

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INTERTHERM/MILLER/NORDYNE

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 1
10 0

10 6
10 2

1G 00
G1 19

1G 02
1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

28

00 0/
04

47

14
28

00
6
5
2

61 G2

89 90
94 14

51 G1
61 R1

01 R1
41 R1
47
42
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8611
T8 8611

T8 8511
R1

T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
Y

T
T
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
or
Common C X C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

I I I I I I I
Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool
J
K J K J K K
System L L L L L L L L
Monitor

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux.
Heat Loads D W3 W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H

I
or G I F
LED Indication X2 X1 – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Field-installed X2 to X jumper provided.


B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
C Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. terminal.
D Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, I Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
or relays. X2 terminals.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26. K LED is energized when terminal is powered.
M13192

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Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 2
10 4

10 1

10 6

1G 00
1R 00
1R 00

2
1G 02

1R 00

00 0/
28
28
00

47

14

00
61
3
5

61 G2

89 90
41 R1
61 G1

51 G1

01 R1
76
55

B1
1

W PC8
T8 8411
G1

T8 8611
T8 8011
R1

T8 8611
A1

T8 8511
Existing

94
94
41

T
T
T

T
Function

Y5
Y5
Terminals T8
B
Common A X B B B C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
D D D D D
1st Stage – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

G
Auxiliary W2 W W W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

F F F F F F F F F
Fan G G G G G G G G G G

Outdoor T T T T E E E E E E
Thermistor

Em. Heat F K X2 X2 X2 E E E E E E
C C C
or or
C/O Valve W1 O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

H H H I I H I H H
System Monitor/ Z F F F L L L L L L
System Defrost

A For best performance, use a NEMA rated transformer. F To eliminate auto fan in EM. Heat mode, see page 9.
B Terminal B (C, X) must be connected to transformer common. G Use Aux terminal for Auxiliary heat and configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
C Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. H LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Leave factory-installed jumper W1-Y1 (Y) in place. I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
E Tape off. Electronic thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero M13160
droop performance.

70-6627 • 72
JANITROL/TAPPAN

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm ® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

10 1

20 2
10 0

10 6
G1 19

1R 00

1G 02

1G 00

2
1G 00

1R 00

00 0/
28

47

28
04

14

00
6
2

94 14

89 90
41 R1

51 G1

61 G2
61 R1

01 R1
47
71

42

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
A1

R1

T8 8411

T8 8511
T8 8611

T8 8611
T8 8011
Existing

41

94

T
T

T
T
T8

Y5
Function Terminals
Common D C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

B or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or I
Auxiliary OTC W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
G A A A
or or or
C/O Valve B W1 B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
G or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

System – – L – L L L L L L
Monitor

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads C

F F F
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

I
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
B Both First stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. X2 terminals.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, G Thermostat will have connection to either O or B terminal, not both.
or relays. H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. terminal.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. I When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
M13223

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T872G1109/Q672F1117 (080-13708-52/080-13708-53)
T874G1147/Q674F1139

70-6627 • 73
KEEPRITE

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm ®
Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 1
10 0

10 6
10 2

1G 00
1G 02
G1 19

1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

28

00 0/
04

47

14
28

00
6
5
2

61 G2

89 90
51 G1
94 14

61 R1

01 R1
41 R1
47
42
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8611
T8 8611

T8 8511

T8 8011
R1
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
T

T
Y

T
T
Function

Y5
Terminals T8

Common D B X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

System – – L – L L L L L L
Monitor

Em. Heat X E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux.
Heat Loads C – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –

LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. D Terminal X (C,B) must be connected to transformer common.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. E Leave factory-installed jumper in place.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, M13193
or relays.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T874R1814/Q674L1132

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LENNOX
TYPICAL HP6 (ALTERNATE)

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

20 2
10 2
10 0

10 1

10 6

1G 00
G1 19

1R 00
1G 00

2
1G 02

1R 00

00 0/
28
28
04

47

14

00
6
5

61 G2

89 90
94 14

41 R1
61 R1

51 G1

01 R1
47
42

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8411

T8 8611
T8 8611
R1

T8 8011
T8 8511
94

T
Y

T
T
Function

Y5
Existing Terminals
or or or
Common D X2 – – – X X C C C C C C
I I
Power V R V/VR V/VR R R R R R R R R
B H
or
Compressor M W1 M1 M Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
J J J J J J J
1st Stage – – R – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

K
Auxiliary Y W2 Y Y W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan F G F G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve – – – – B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve R Y1 – R O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

F G G F G F F
System Monitor/ – – – – L – L L L L L L
System Defrost

E E E E E E E E
Em. Heat E – – – E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – – – – – W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads C

LED Indicator – – – – – X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

K
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to M terminal. H If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014; see
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers or page 12.
relays. I If separate transformers are used, replace with one 75 VA transformer as
D Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. shown on page 78.
E Field-installed E to W2 (Aux) jumper required. J When replacing models with one compressor terminal (M), jumper Y1 to W1.
F LED is energized when terminal is powered. K When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
M13161

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T872G1026/Q672E1019 T872G1067/Q672E1142 (P-8-11222)
T872R1040/Q672B1202 (P-8-11221) T874R1024/Q674B1160
T874G1014/Q674E1148 (24F5801) T874G1154/Q674E1015
T874G1022/Q674E1148 (24F5701)

70-6627 • 75
LENNOX
HP6

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2
10 0

20 2
10 6
10 1
1R 00
1G 00

1G 00

2
1R 00
28

1G 02
B1 18

00 0/
04

28
14
47

00
41 R1
0

LE

89 90
61 R1

61 G2
01 R1
51 G1
74 10
00

07

B1
AIL T

W PC8
AB

T8 8411
AV NO
Q6 874C

T8 8611

T8 011

T8 8611
B1

T8 8511
Existing

41

T8
T
T

T
T

T
Function

T8
Terminals
or or
Common A – – – X – C C C C C C
or D or D
Power R V VR V VR V R R R R R R R R

E C
Compressor Y1 M1 M Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage W1 R – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat
NOT AVAILABLE

G
Auxiliary W2 Y Y W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan G F F G G G G G G G G
B B B
C/O Valve or or
– – R O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

SystemMonitor/ X1 – – – – L L L L L L
System Defrost

F F F F F F
Em. Heat – – – – – E E E E E E

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor
A Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. D If separate transformers are used, replace with one 75 VA transformer as
B Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. shown on page 78.
C If separate Y1 and W1 terminals are required, install R8222D1014; see E When replacing models with one compressor terminal, jumper Y1 to W1.
page 12. F Field-installed E to W2 (Aux) jumper required.
G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. M13162

70-6627 • 76
LENNOX
HP9, HP10
IMPORTANT: Replace separate indoor/outdoor transformers with single 75 VA transformer. See diagram on page 78.

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 2

10 6
10 0

1G 02

1G 00
1R 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1G 00

00 0/
47

28
28

14
04

00
6
2

51 G1

89 90
61 G2
41 R1
94 14

01 R1
61 R1
47
71

42

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8411

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

R1

T8 8611
Existing

41

94

T
T
Y

T
Function
T8

Y5
Terminals
Common X X X X C C C C C C
Indoor D

Common X3 – – – – – – – – –
Outside

Power VR R R R R R R R R R
Indoor
I

Power V – – – – – – – – –
Outside

or
Compressor M Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or
Auxiliary W1 Y W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan F G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve R O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

C J K K J K J J
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

B
Thermistor A – – – – – – – – –

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads
G F
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).


B Tape off. Not used. H Use Aux terminal for Auxiliary heat and configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
C R8222B1067 Relay required to operate system monitor light (emergency I If separate transformers are used, replace with one 75 VA transformer, as
heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats. See page 10. shown on page 78.
D Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. J LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. K L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
F Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
M13163
TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T872G1067/Q672L1029 (P-8-11222) T874C1448/Q674L12165 (24F5101/24F5901)
T872R1024/Q672L1003 T874R1020/Q674L1025 (24F5401/24F6101)
T872R1040/Q672L1029 (P-8-11221) T874R1178/Q674L1165 (24F5601/24F5901)
T872R1131/Q672L1144

70-6627 • 77
IMPORTANT: DISCONNECT POWER SUPPLY BEFORE BEGINNING WIRING.

STEP ATTACH BOTH WIRES (FORMER


VR AND V) TO REPLACEMENT
4
THERMOSTAT R TERMINAL

TIE FORMER OUTSIDE REMOVE FORMER


STEP STEP REPLACEMENT
TRANSFORMER COMMON OUTSIDE
3 TO NEW TRANSORMER
1 TRANSFORMER THERMOSTAT/
COMMON FORMER SUBBASE
TAPE OFF
X X

YELLOW
F G
INDOOR BLOWER
RELAY

M Y
DEFROST
COMPRESSOR CONTROL (Y1 + W1)
CONTACTOR RELAY

DEFROST
RELAY

R O
REVERSING
VALVE

E E
EMERGENCY
HEAT RELAY
3 X X

Y W2

HEAT RELAY
NO. 1 DEFROST
RELAY

L L (X1)
SERVICE
LIGHT
THERMOSTAT
1 X2
THERMISTOR
A
X

OUTDOOR
TAPE
THERMOSTAT VR R
OFF

HEAT RELAY EMERGENCY


HEAT RELAY
NO. 2 HEAT RELAY
NO. 1 (AUX)

STEP REPLACE FORMER INDOOR


TRANSFORMER WITH NEW 75VA
2 AT88A1021 OR AT175A1008

1 RELAY REQUIRED TO OPERATE SYSTEM MONITOR LIGHT ON TRADELINE


THERMOSTATS. TAPE OFF IF NOT DESIRED. M958B

70-6627 • 78
LENNOX
HP11
IMPORTANT: Replace separate indoor/outdoor transformers with single 75 VA transformer. See diagram on page 78.

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Electromechanical Chronotherm® III Chronotherm IV

20 7
F1 5/

1M 01
02

2
08

25

00 0/
00
74 116
2

61 M2
10

89 90
70
02

B1
1M

W PC8
Q6 74D

1M

T8 8611
Existing A

51
61
T8

T
Function Terminals

T8
T8
Common D X X1 C C C C

G
Power Indoor VR R R R R R

Common Outside X – – – – –

G
Common Outside V G G G G G

E
Compressor Stage 1 M Y1 Y Y1 Y1 Y1/W1

Compressor Stage 2 M2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2 Y2

W2 – – W2
C C C C
Auxiliary Heat Y W2 W3 W3 W3 Aux.

Fan F G G G G G

H H H
C/O Valve R O O O/B O/B O/B
Cool

H H H
C/O Valve – B B O/B O/B O/B
Heat

B J I J I
System Monitor/ L X2 L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E

Thermistor A – – – – –

1st Stage Heat – W1 – – – –

F F
LED Indication – – X1 X2 – X1 X2 –

A IMPORTANT: When subbase system is in AUTO position, equipment will F Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
operate in COOL mode only (Q674F1022). X2 terminals.
B For emergency heat indication, jumper E and X2. For auxiliary heat G Replace separate indoor and outdoor transformers with one 75 VA
indication, jumper W2 and X2. For any X2 functions, X1 must be connected to transformer. See page 78 for wiring diagram.
transformer common. H Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
C For proper operation of auxiliary heat connect Y to W3 or AUX terminal. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
E W1 to Y1 jumper required. M13156

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T872G1323/Q672L1201 T874D1033 T874D1199
T874D1207/Q674L1199 T874D1207/Q674L1389

70-6627 • 79
LENNOX
HP16, HP19, HP21, HP22 (DIRECT REPLACEMENTS)

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

20 2
10 6
10 1
10 0

1R 00

1G 00

2
1R 00
1G 02

00 0/
28

28
1G 00

14
47

00
04
1
3
5

89 90
41 R1

61 G2
01 R1
51 G1
16
76

61 R1
55

B1
W PC8
T8 8411
G1

T8 8611
T8 8011
R1
A1

T8 8511
T8 8611
Existing

94
94
41

T
T
T
Function

Y5
Y5

T
T8
Terminals
Common A X B B B C C C C C C
F
Power V VR R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor M Y Y Y Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
C C C C C
1st Stage – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

Auxiliary Y W W W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan F G G G G G G G G G
H H H
or or
C/O Valve – – – – B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
H H H
or or
C/O Valve R O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool
E
G J J J E J E J J
System Monitor/ L F F F L L L L L L
Sytem Defrost
G

Outdoor Stat/ E X2 X2 X2 E E E E E E
Em. Heat

Outdoor A T T T B B B B B B
Sensor
D D
LED Indication – – – – X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

A Terminal B (C or X) must be connected to transformer common. F If separate transformers are used, replace with one 75 Va transformer as
B Tape off. Thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop shown on page 78.
performance. G R8222B1067 Relay required to operate system monitor light (emergency
C Do not remove factory-installed jumper. heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats. See page 11. Tape
D Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and X2 off if LED indication is not desired.
terminals. H Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
E L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position. I When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
J LED is energized when terminal is powered. M13164

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T874C1448/Q674L1355 (24F5101/31F3201) T874C1448/Q674L1165 (24F5101/24F5901)
T874R1178/Q674L1355 (24F5601/31F3201) T874R1178/Q674L1165 (24F5601/24F5901)

70-6627 • 80
LENNOX
HP16, HP18, HP19, HP20, HP21, HP22

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

10 6
10 1

20 2
10 0

1R 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1G 02

00 0/
1G 00
28
1G 00

14
47

28

00
04
2

6
5

89 90
41 R1
94 14

01 R1
51 G1

61 G2
71

47

61 R1
42

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8411
A1

T8 011
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8611
Existing

41

94

T8
T
Y

T
T8
Function

T
T
Y5
Terminals
or or or
Common G X X2 C X X X X C C C C C C
I
or or
Power V VR R R R R R R R R R R

or or
Compressor M Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
H H H H H H H
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or or J
Auxiliary Y W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

or
Fan F G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or or
C/O Valve R O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

CF L M M L M L L
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost
F

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 K K K K K K
Heat Loads E

Thermistor D
A – – – – – – – – –
B B
or B
LED Indication X1 X2 – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Terminal X (X2 or C) must be connected to transformer common.
B Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and H Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
X2 terminals. I If separate transformers are used, replace with one 75 VA transformer as
C Not on HP18 or HP20. shown on page 78.
D Tape off. Not used. J When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
E Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, K If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
or relays. terminal.
F R8222B1067 Relay required to operate system monitor light (emergency L LED is energized when terminal is powered.
heat LED) on TRADELINE replacement thermostats, see page 10. Tape off M L terminal is powered continuously in Emergency Heat Position.
if LED indication is not desired. M13165

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T874C1448/Q674L1355(24F5101/31F3201) T874C1448/Q674L1165(24F5101/24F5901)
T874G1014/Q674F1113(24F5801/24F6201) T874G1154/Q674F1105
T874R1178/Q674L1355(24F5601/31F3201) T874R1178/Q674L1165(24F5601/24F5901)
T8141A1089 T8611G1053 (27H3001)

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LUXAIRE (MONCRIEF/FRASER JOHNSTON)

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 2

10 6
10 1

20 2
10 0

1R 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1G 02

00 0/
1G 00
28
1G 00

14
47

28
04

00
6
2

89 90
41 R1
94 14

01 R1
51 G1

61 G2
61 R1
47
71

42

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8411

T8 8011
A1

R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8611
Existing
41

94

T
Y

T
Function

T
T
T8

Y5
Terminals
or
Common D B X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

B or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

or J
Auxiliary W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.
Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

System Monitor/ – – L – L L L L L L
System Defrost

or
EM. Heat X E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 G G G G G G
Heat Loads C

I H I
LED Indication – – X2 F X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –
J
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor
A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. terminal.
C Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, H Optional CHECK LED. Connect X1 to switching device; jumper X2 to C.
or relays. I Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
D Terminal X (C or B) must be connected to transformer common. X2 terminals.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. J When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
F Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided). M13166

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“PB” SERIES EQUIPMENT

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
E

A 1034 /

2
G1 19

00

00 0/
1G 02
8

1G 00
1R 00
1R 00

47
BL

28

00
14
28
74 101

6
AI T

89 90
94 14

10

51 G1

61 G2
01 R1
41 R1
47
AV NO

B1
LA

W PC8
Y5 594G

1R
Q6 74C

T8 8511

T8 8011
T8 8411

T8 8611
B
Existing

61
T8

T8
Function

T
T

T
Terminals
Common B C X C C C C C C

Power R Rc R R R R R R R

F
1st Stage Y1 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
Cool
C C C C C C C

1st Stage W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
NOT AVAILABLE

Heat

2nd Stage W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2
Heat

Fan G G G G G G G G G

or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat

or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

E 4 4 E 4 E E
System Monitor/ X1 X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

EM. Heat E – E E E E E E E

2nd Stage – Y2 – – – – – – Y2
Cool

Power Heat – Rh – – – – – – –

A IMPORTANT: No provision for emergency heat, system monitor (compressor D L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
fault), or auxiliary heat LEDs. E LED is energized when terminal is powered.
B Terminal C (X) must be connected to transformer common. F If separate Y1 and W1 terminals required, install R8222D1014; see
C Remove Y1 (Y) to W1 (W) jumper. page 12.
M13167

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MAGIC CHEF
“PE” SERIES EQUIPMENT

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1
10 2
10 0

10 6

20 2
1G 02
1R 00
G1 19

2
1G 00

1R 00
47

00 0/
28
04

1G 00
14

00
28
5

6
2

51 G1

89 90
41 R1
94 14

61 R1

01 R1
42

47
71

61 G2

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G

T8 8511
T8 8411
R1

T8 8611

T8 8011
A1

T8 8611
Existing

94
41

T
T
T

T
Y
Y5
Function Terminals T8

T
Common F C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

B or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
G G G G G G G
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat
L
Aux. Heat W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve – B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

E N N M N M M
System Monitor/ X1 L L L L L L L
System Defrost
4

EM. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 J J J J J J
Heat Loads C

K K
LED Indication I H
– – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

2nd Stage L
Compressor – – – – – – – – – W2
A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. H Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. Connect X1 to X1 on control
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. terminal; jumper X2 to R.
C Terminal is for multiple second stage loads such as contactors, sequencers, I Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
or relays. J If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
D If provided on original equipment. terminal.
E Relay (typically R8222B1067) required if outdoor section has reset shunt K Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
relay and malfunction light indication is desired on thermostat. See page 11. X2 terminals.
F Terminal C (X) must be connected to transformer common. L When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
G Do not remove factory-installed jumper. M LED is energized when terminal is powered.
N L terminal is powered continuously in Emergency Heat Position.
M13168

70-6627 • 84
MAMMOTH

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 2
10 0

10 6
1G 02
G1 19

1G 00
1R 00

2
1G 00

1R 00
47

00 0/
28
28
04

14

00
6
5
2

51 G1
94 14

89 90
61 G2
41 R1
61 R1

01 R1
47
42
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
T8 8511
T8 8411

T8 8611
R1

T8 8611

T8 8011
A1
Existing

94
41

T
T
Y

T
T

T
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
or
Common F C X X X X C C C C C C

or
Power R R1 R R R R R R R R R

Power Reset R2 – – – – – – – – –

or B or
1st Stage Y1 Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
Comp.
G G G G G G G

2nd Stage Y2 – – – – – – – – – Y2
Comp.

1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

D J
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool
D E
or L M M L M L L
System Monitor/ X L L L L L L L L
System Defrost
E

EM. Heat – E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – W3 W3 W3 – – – – – –
Heat Loads C
K
I K H
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

Filter F – – – – – – – – –

2nd Stage J
Compressor – – – – – – – – – W2
A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. H Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, I Field-installed X2 to X jumper (provided).
or relays. J When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
D If provided on original equipment. K Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
E Relay (typically R8222B1067) required if outdoor section has reset shunt X2 terminals.
relay and malfunction light indication is desired on thermostat. See page 11. L LED is energized when terminal is powered.
F Terminal X (C) must be connected to transformer common. M L terminal is powered continuously in Emergency Heat Position. M13169

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T834C2135 T841B1042 T874G1659/Q674C1330 T874H1096/Q674C1330 T874Y1005/Q674E1353

70-6627 • 85
MAMMOTH
USED WITH A STANDARD HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

10 6
10 2

20 2
10 0
G1 19

2
1G 02

1R 00
1R 00

1G 00

00 0/
1G 00

47

14
28

28
04

00
6
5
2

94 14

89 90
51 G1

01 R1
41 R1

61 G2
47
42

61 R1
71

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8011
A1

T8 8511
T8 8411

T8 8611
T8 8611
Existing

94
41

T
T
T

T
Function

Y5

T
Terminals T8

Common D C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

H or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

C J
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

L M M L M L L
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat – E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux.
Heat Loads B – W3 W3 W3 I I I I I I

K
G K F
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

J
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. H Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal.
B Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, I If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
or relays. terminal.
C If provided on original equipment. J When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. K Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. X2 terminals.
F Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. Connect L to X1; jumper X2 to C. L LED is energized when terminal is powered.
G Field-installed X2 to X jumper. M L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13194

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T834C2135 (71116901) T841B1042 (71117001)

70-6627 • 86
MAMMOTH
USED WITH A NIGHT SETBACK THERMOSTAT

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

10 6

20 2
10 2
10 0
G1 19

1G 02

2
1R 00

1G 00
1R 00

00 0/
1G 00

47

14

28
28
04

00
6
5
2

89 90
94 14

51 G1

01 R1

61 G2
41 R1
61 R1
47
42
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G
R1

T8 8011
T8 8511
A1

T8 8411

T8 8611
T8 8611
Existing

94
41

T
T
T

T
T
Function

Y5
T8
Terminals
J
Common F C X X X C C C C C C

D
Power R1 R R R R R R R R R

Night Setback R2 – – – – – – – – –
Power

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
G G G G G G G
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat
B
Aux. Heat – W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

L M M L M L L
System Monitor/ X L L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat – E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux.
Heat Loads C – W3 W3 W3 K K K K K K

E
I E H
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. G Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. H Optional CHECK LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, I Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.
or relays. J C terminal is located on terminal strip, not on subbase.
D Disconnect external timimg device from circuit before wiring replacement K If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
thermostat. terminal.
E Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and L LED is energized when terminal is powered.
X2 terminals. M L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
F Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. M13195

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T874G1378/Q674C1124 T874G1659/Q674C1330 (71115201) T874H1096/Q674C1330 (71115201)

70-6627 • 87
MARTIN INDUSTRIES

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
10 0

1G 02

1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
1G 00

47

28
14
28
04

00
5

6
2

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
94 14

01 R1
41 R1
42

61 R1
47
71

B1
W PC8
Y5 594G
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
T8 8611
Existing

94
41

T
T
Y

T
Y5

T
Function Terminals T8

Common E X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

B or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

G
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

I J J I J I I
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads C

D D D
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B Both first stage heat and cool are connected to Y terminal. G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
or relays. terminal.
D LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13196

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T841A1183 T841A1522 T841A1548 (24015808)

70-6627 • 88
PHILLIPS ENERGY

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
1G 00
G1 19

1G 02

1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
5

61 10
2

94 14

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
42

01 R1
41 R1
47
71

10

B1
T8 611R
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8
Y

T
Y5

T
T
T
Function
T8
Terminals
Common D C X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

H or
Compressor Y1 Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F F
1st Stage W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

H I I H I H H
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux.
Heat Loads C – W3 W3 W3 E E E E E E

G J J J
LED Indication X2 – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G Field-installed X2 to X jumper.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, H LED is energized when terminal is powered.
or relays. I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. J Optional LED indication activated with completed circuit on X1 and
E If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) X2 terminals. M13197
terminal.

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER


T8611R1174

70-6627 • 89
RHEEM/RUUD
COOLING CHANGEOVER (PRE 11/85) (PCA, PNA, PNB TYPICAL)

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
1G 00

1G 02

1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
5

61 10
2

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
94 14

01 R1
41 R1
42

47
71

10

B1
T8 611R

W PC8
Y5 594G
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8

T
Y

T
T
Y5
Function Terminals T8

Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or or
Compressor Y1 Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage W1 – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

C 2
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
1 1 1
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

I J J I J I I
System L L L L L L L L
Monitor

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux.
Heat Loads C W3 W3 W3 W3 E E E E E E

H G G G
LED Indication – – X2 X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

2
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, H Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.
or relays. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
E If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) M13198
terminal.

70-6627 • 90
RHEEM/RUUD
PCB, PFA, PGB, PGA HEATING CHANGEOVER (AFTER 11/85) RPCB, RPFA

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 0

10 6
10 2
G1 19

1G 02

1G 00
1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47
04

28
14
28

00
6
5
8

94 14

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
61 R1

01 R1
41 R1
47
42
30

B1
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8611

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T
T
T
Y5
Function

T8
Terminals
Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y1 Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

J J
Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O – O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

I I I J J I J I I
System L L L X1 L L L L L L
Monitor

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. – H W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads C

LED Indication G G F
– – X2 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Optional Check LED on T8611G1004. See Fig. 26.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
or relays. terminal.
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13206

70-6627 • 91
SECO
TA2000, TA2040, TA2010 TA2050

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
1G 00

1G 02

1G 00
G1 19

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
5

61 10
2

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
94 14

01 R1
41 R1
42

47
71

10

B1
T8 611R

W PC8
Y5 594G
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8

T
T
Y

T
Y5
Function
T8
Terminals
Common D X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W2 W W W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

J I K K I K I I
System Monitor/ L L L L L L L L
System Defrost

J F F F
Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 E E E E E E
Heat Lads C

G G G
LED Indication – – X2 H X1 X2 X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Do not remove factory-installed jumper.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.
C Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, H Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.
or relays. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. J E and L terminals are not available on TA2010 or TA2050.
E If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B) K L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
terminal. M13171

70-6627 • 92
SECO
TA2060

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
1G 00

1G 02

1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
61
3

61 10
5

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
01 R1
41 R1
76
55

10

B1
1

T8 611R

W PC8
G1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
R1
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
94
41

T8

T
T
T
Function

Y5
Y5
T8
Terminals
Common A X B B B C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
C C C C C
1st Stage – – – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

G
Aux. Heat W2 W W W W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
E E E
or or
C/O Valve – – – – B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
E E E
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

H H H I I H I H H
System Monitor/ L F F F L L L L L L
System Defrost

F F F
Outdoor W3 T T T B B B B B B
Thermistor/
Sensor

Em. Heat E X2 X2 X2 E E E E E E

D 4
LED Indication – – – – X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

G
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool
A Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. E Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup.
B Tape off. Thermostat replaces outdoor reset with improved zero droop F Replace existing thermistor with Honeywell C815A1005.
performance. G When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC.
C Do not remove factory-installed jumper. H LED is energized when terminal is powered.
D Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals. I L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13199

70-6627 • 93
SUN MANUFACTURING

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
1G 00
G1 19

1G 02

1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
5

61 10
2

94 14

89 90
51 G1

61 G2
01 R1
42

41 R1
47
71

10

B1
T8 611R
Y5 594G

W PC8
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8
Y

T
T
Y5

T
Function Terminals T8
Common C X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
E E E E E E E
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O O O O O O O/B O O O/B O/B
Cool

I I J J I J I I
System Monitor/ L L X1 L L L L L L
System Defrost

Em. Heat E E E E E E E E E E

F F F
Multiple Aux. W3 W3 W3 W3 H H H H H H
Heat Loads D

F
LED Indication – – X2 G X2 G X1 X2 – – – X1 X2 –

B
2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – W2
Compressor

2nd Stage – – – – – – – – – Y2
Cool

A Configure O/B (select models) in Installer Setup. F Optional LED indication with completed circuit on X1 and X2 terminals.
B When W2 is not used, configure W2 cycle rate to NC. G Field-installed X2 to X (C) jumper.
C Terminal must be connected to the transformer common. H If multiple auxiliary heat loads are used, connect to W2 (Aux W8900B)
D Terminal is for multiple auxiliary heat loads such as contactors, sequencers, terminal.
or relays. I LED is energized when terminal is powered.
E Do not remove factory-installed jumper. J L terminal is powered continuously when thermostat is in Em. Ht. position.
M13200

TYPICAL THERMOSTATS AND SUBBASES — HONEYWELL MODEL NUMBER (CUSTOMER PART NUMBER)
T841A1399 (HPL1404)

70-6627 • 94
SQUARE D/SUN DIAL

Electronic Replacement or Upgrade


Chronotherm® Chronotherm
Electromechanical III IV

10 1

20 2
10 6
10 2
10 /
1G 00

1G 02
G1 19

1G 00

2
1R 00
1R 00

00 0/
47

28
04

14
28

00
5

6
2

89 90
61 10

51 G1
94 14

61 G2
01 R1
41 R1
42

47
71

B1
W PC8
T8 611R
Y5 594G
R1

T8 8511

T8 8611
T8 8011
A1

T8 8411
Existing

94
41

T8

T
Y

T
T
T
Y5
Function

T8
Terminals
or
Common D C X X X X C C C C C C

Power R R R R R R R R R R

or
Compressor Y Y Y Y1 Y1 Y Y Y1 Y Y1 Y1/W1
F F F F F F F
1st Stage – – W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 –
Heat

B
Aux. Heat W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 Aux.

Fan G G G G G G G G G G
A A A
or or
C/O Valve B B B B B B B O/B B B O/B O/B
Heat
A A A
or or
C/O Valve O O