Trane heat pump wiring a honeywell vision pro iaq thermostat


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Trane heat pump wiring a honeywell vision pro iaq thermostat

I was wondering what would be the correct way to wire my new honeywell vision pro iaq to my trane heat pump Twe049e13fb ?
 
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Old 10-03-11, 06:40 PM
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We are going to need a few more info.

What's the model # on the unit outside?

Kwh or model# of the back up heat strip?
 
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Old 10-03-11, 06:42 PM
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what is your heat pump model number? You gave the air handler model number, I need both please.
 
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the heat pump model# is 2twz9 I would very much appreciate the help. electric heater model# is bayhtr
 
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Old 10-04-11, 03:41 PM
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The heater should have a # after BAYHTRxxx
 
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http://www.butcherdistributors.com/I...rior/2twz9.pdf

working on a schematic for you but as Jay asked we need the full heater model number

Do you know if there is an outdoor stat to kick in the heat strips at a certain temp?
 
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I am working on getting the remaining model numbers. I am a recent graduate from a tech school and I am having a hard time figuring this out. I am installing a whole house humidifier in a home and I am trying to do the wiring from the humidifier to the EIM and then to the heat pump. the humidifier is a true steam 6 gpd and the heat pump is a Trane 2TWZ9 air handler is TWE049E13FB heater BAYHTR. The humidifier has two transformers. I have the thermostats 3 wires set to the EIM 123 to 123 thermostat and the two 24 volt terminals set to the EIM r/rh/rt are jumpered and the the to C terminal. I am having a hard time with the 5 wire to the air handler the old thermostat had 7 wires the new wiring from the EIM has only 5 wires. Blue,Green ,Red,White,Yellow the old had Black,Red,Green,White,Orange,Yellow,Blue.
the terminals are on the air handler are w1,w2,w3,ylo,y,R,B,G,O all the W are tied together on the old thermostat.

I know that this is long and probably lacking in details, I would appreciate the help if possible.

Thanks, Rick
 
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Old 10-05-11, 02:43 PM
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Rick, We need to know the size of the heater which is in the model number which continues on after BAYHTR*** I would advise you to return that hunk of junk Truesteam! The are nothing but trouble.
 
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I have the heat pump model# XL19I 2TWZ9048A1000AC
 
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Rick, are you able to come up with the full model # on the BAYHTR?
 
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Jay,

I did find the # of the heater for the trane heat pump BAHYTR1410BRKAC.

Thank you in advance for the help.

Rick
 
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Old 10-09-11, 05:53 PM
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Ok, here how it should be wired up.


EIM-------AH--------HP
R's--------R----------R
Y1---------Y1--------Y1
Y2---------Y2--------Y2
G----------G
Aux1------W1
Aux2------W2--------BK
C----------B/C-------B/C
O-----------O---------O
*DHUM2----BK
*= Add a jumper from one of the R's down to DHUM1. Remove jumper between R and BK at the air handler.

Air handler Dipswitch settings.

1-On
2-Off
3-Off
4-Off
5-On
6-On
7-on
8-Off

IAQ installer set up menu.

160-0
172-2
173-0
174-2
176-2
180-1
190-0
200-0
210-0
220-2
230-3
240-3
250-3
280-1 (makes a good night light)

Did you get outdoor sensor?
if yes
342-1
350-0
360-35

370-1
372-0 Or do you have a humidifier?

379-1
383-3
384-0
386-0
390-0

Do you have an air exchanger?

Let me know if you have question on other settings.
 
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Thank You, for the help !

I do appreciate the the info.

Rick
 
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Glad to help Rick.. Let us know how it works out for you, and update on everything else.
 
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Vision Pro IAQ thermostat to true steam heat pump wiring

I believe that the wiring goes 123 from the thermostat to the EIM then HUM 1 and HUM 2 from humidifier to EIM then from humidifier to EIM 24 volt red for hot and black for common to control the 24 volt circuit from the air handler to eim to the humidifier. I then can use the five wires from the 18 awg thermostat wires to go from the EIM to the air handler O/B to O, AUX 1 to w1,w2,w3 - Yellow to Y1,- Y2 to YLO and the Green to G on the air handler. I hope this is right I will find out in the morning.

Rick
 
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why did you buy one of those junk Truesteam humidifiers? Just my opinion, but Ive been on way to many service calls for those things.
 
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I do have the outdoor sensor and the true steam humidifier, I did get the heat pump and the air handler situation all settled. Now I have to get the humidifier working with the rest of the system. I am not exactly sure how to wire from the EIM to the humidifier. I believe that it is just the Hum 1,Hum 2 from humidifier to EIM Hum 1 and Hum 2. Then how do I know for sure that the humidifier is working ? I probably need to by a psychrometer. Or do you actually see the steam coming from the air ducts.
 
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I bought it for my coworker- customer, he is very brave to be having a newly graduated student with little experience installing this package deal. He is deffinatly getting of cheap. I have the true steam the Vision Pro IAQ and the EIM to the Trane heat pump. I am very thankful to you and Jay for helping me out.

Thanks,
Rick
 
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Old 10-17-11, 05:34 PM
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Wire it up as you see on page 16, and set up the set up menu on the IAQ as stated.
 
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Thanks this will help me setup my thermostat for my heat pump.
 
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Old 10-29-11, 03:05 PM
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Jay,

Hey I finaly got that darn thing all hooked up. The vision pro IAQ and True steam humidifier to the trane heat pump. Now I am having trouble with the humidifier, the true steam starts filling with water and then once it fills it just slowly starts to drain. Then it services out to 3 blinks. It does sometimes stay full and begin to heat and then drain and service out to the 3 blinks. I am thinking that the only thing that it could be is the solenoid being bad. Please let me know what you think.

Thanks,
Rick
 
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just to interject those truesteam humidifiers are junk.... I think you are learning what I'm talking about
 
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Old 10-29-11, 07:18 PM
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I have not serviced these units in person, and I've had a few other people having issues on here...

This the only product from Honeywell that I don't care for.
 
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So far you are very right ! Hopefully I can figure this out so that I can move on to the next project. I think that it has to be either the solenoid or something to do with the board, or possibly the Filter. What would be your suggestion, other than junking it.

Thanks,
Rick
 
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Jay,

Thanks any way ! Hopefully I can figure it out, the guys from Johnstone Supply gave me their sales reps phone # so he's going to be getting back with me.
 
 

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