Honeywell Pro Series Thermostat

Honeywell Pro Series Thermostat

Honeywell Pro Series Thermostat

Package Includes:

  • T6 Pro Thermostat
  • UWP Mounting System
  • Honeywell Standard Installation Adapter (J-box adapter)
  • Honeywell Decorative Cover Plate – Small; size 4-49/64 in x 4-49/64 in x 11/32 in (121 mm x121 mm x 9 mm)
  • Screws and anchors
  • 2 AA Batteries

Optional Cover Plate installation

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

Optional Cover Plate

Use the Optional Cover Plate when:

  • Mounting the thermostat to an electrical junction box
  • Or when you need to cover paint gap from old thermostat.
  1. Separate the Junction Box Adapter from the Cover Plate. See Figure 1.
  2. Mount the Junction Box Adapter to the wall or an electrical box using any of the eight screw holes. Insert and tighten mounting screws supplied with Cover Plate Kit. Do not overtighten. See Figure 2. Make sure the Adapter Plate is level.
  3. Attach the UWP by hanging it on the top hook of the Junction Box Adapter and then snapping the bottom of the UWP in place. See Figure 3.
  4.  Snap the Cover Plate onto the Junction Box Adapter. See Figure 4.

UWP Mounting System installation

UWP Mounting System
  1. Before starting, turn the power off at the breaker box or switch. Open package to find the UWP. See Figure 5.
  2. Position the UWP on wall. Level and mark hole positions. See Figure 6.
    Drill holes at marked positions, and then lightly tap supplied wall anchors into the wall using a hammer. ‒ Drill 7/32” holes for drywall.
  3. Pull the door open and insert the wires through wiring hole of the UWP. See Figure 7.
  4. Place the UWP over the wall anchors. Insert and tighten mounting screws supplied with the UWP. Do not overtighten. Tighten until the UWP no longer moves. Close the door. See Figure8.

Power options

Power options

Setting Slider Tabs

Setting Slider Tabs

Set R Slider Tab.

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

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

Wiring terminal designations

Set R Slider Tab. • Use built-in jumper (R Slider Tab) to differentiate between one or two transformer systems. • If there is only one R wire, and it is connected to the R, Rc, or RH terminal, set the slider to the up position (1 wire). • If there is one wire connected to the R terminal and one wire connected to the Rc terminal, set the slider to the down position (2 wires). NOTE: Slider Tabs for U terminals should be left in place for T6 Pro models. Wiring terminal designations

Thermostat mounting

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

System operation settings

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

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

System modes

  • Auto
  • Heat
  • Cool
  • Em Heat
  • Off

Fan operation settings

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

NOTE: Available Fan modes vary with system settings.

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

Installer setup (ISU)

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

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

Installer setup

Installer system test

To perform a System Test:

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

Documents / Resources

Read More About This Manual & Download PDF:

Honeywell Pro Series Thermostat Instructions Manual – [ Download PDF ]

FAQ’S

Do I need to use the UWP mounting system?

Yes, the UWP mounting system is required for all installations.

Where do I install the UWP?

The UWP should be installed in an electrical junction box or a wall within reach of an existing thermostat location.

Can I move the UWP to another location?

Yes, you can move the UWP to another location. However, you will need to purchase a new cover plate and installation kit.

Can I use a different cover plate than the one included with my thermostat?

Yes, any standard size cover plate can be used with your thermostat. However, if you want to use a Honeywell decorative cover plate, you must purchase it separately.

What is the difference between the T6 Pro and T6 Pro 2?

The T6 Pro has a green backlit display and is compatible with most HVAC systems. The T6 Pro 2 has a blue backlit display and is compatible with gas furnaces and heat pumps. Both thermostats are compatible with electric baseboard heaters and electric forced air systems.

How do you reset a Honeywell Pro Series thermostat?

PERFORM A SCHEDULE RESET
Press System.
Press and hold the blank box in the center.
Change the number on the left to 0165, and the number on the right to 1.
Press Done.
Congratulations! You’ve reset your device!

Why is my Honeywell Pro Series thermostat not working?

Troubleshooting a Programmable Honeywell Thermostat
Put in new batteries; Check the circuit breaker; Check the indoor unit to make sure all the panel doors are closed; Make sure the power is connected to the furnace or air conditioning unit by checking the switch near the indoor unit is up.

How often should thermostat batteries be changed?

about once every year
Replacing the batteries of your thermostat is a simple and easy home maintenance task you can carry out yourself when necessary. As a rule, thermostat batteries will need to change about once every year. If you periodically change them, you shouldn’t have any problems maintaining control of your thermostat.

What does the hold button on my Honeywell thermostat do?

This is where the “Hold” button on your thermostat comes into play. By pressing “Hold”, your thermostat will lock in the temperature it’s currently at until you change it again. When you are ready for your normal schedule to resume, simply press the “Run” button and return to your typical programming

Will digital thermostat work without battery?

Yes, the Smart Thermostat will work without batteries. If there are no batteries inserted, and the thermostat is running off solely of AC power, the thermostat will report a low battery (indicated by a caution sign and LOW BATTERY flashing on the display).

Can low batteries affect my thermostat?

Having a low battery can cause all kinds of bad readings on the thermostat, which means the thermostat may kick on when it’s not supposed to, the room temperature may be incorrect, and the central system may not work at all.

Why did my thermostat stop working?

There simply may not be any power going to your thermostat. This could be caused by a poor connection, blown fuse, dead batteries, or a tripped circuit breaker. If all of these areas look good and your unit should be receiving power, the issue lies elsewhere.

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