Connect Honeywell Vision PRO 8000 to Trane 2 Stage Heat Pump

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Old 11-15-15, 11:26 AM
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Connect Honeywell Vision PRO 8000 to Trane 2 Stage Heat Pump

I need to connect Honeywell VisionPRO 8000 to Trane Heat Pump.

Particulars are as follows:

Three ton unit.

Air Handler

WTEB1922
BAYHTR1419BRKA
L1/L2 60A
L3/L4 50A
Dip switches
1/ON, 2/OFF, 3/ON, 4/OFF, 5/ON, 6/OFF, 7/OFF, 8/OFF

Blower Model No
TWE037E13FB1

Control Wiring Connections
Wire To Thermostat:
G,R, T,Y,W1,B O ( R jumpered to Ek) (B is a blue wire)

Wire to HP:
Ek, T, Y, B, O (Ek jumpered to R) (B is a blue wire)

Note on the connections: Terminal W1: W to Thermostat, Black to Thermostat, Black to HP, Jumper to Terminal W2
Terminal W2: Jumper to W1 and W3

Heat Pump

Model:
XL14i
2TWX4036B1000AA

Existing Thermostat

Model:
BAYSTAT239A

Connection:
X2-B (B is a blue wire), O-O, G-G, Y-Y, T-T, R-R, W-W, B-Black, W and U jumpered on the circuit board.
2TWX4036B1000AA

Need connection information for the new thermostat. Any comments on the DIP switch settings would also be appreciated. Seems to me the existing settings may not be taking full advantage of the unit.

I have downloaded the installed instructions for the VisionPRO thermostat.

Thanks for the help.
 
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Old 11-15-15, 12:07 PM
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It looks like blue is common at the air handler.

Are you sure that blue is not B at the existing stat?
 
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You are correct

B is the Blue wire, the black wire is connected to X-2. Sorry I got confused with the wiring color convention I am used to in my work.
 
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Old 11-15-15, 02:16 PM
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Correct Thermostat Connection

X2- Black wire, O-O, G-G, Y-Y, T-T, R-R, W-W, B-Blue, W and U jumpered on the circuit board.

I see I also managed to repeat the HP model number under the thermostat information.

I am not going to edit the original post as it may get things more confused.

Thanks for the help.
 
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Old 11-15-15, 08:19 PM
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F = L
O = O/B
Y = Y1
X2 = E
W = Aux (Aux and E are 1 terminal with the new model)
G = G
T = tape off this wire
B = C
R = Rc and R


You must also configure the new thermostat.

What is the model number of your new thermostat? Is it the TH8320WF WiFi model, the TH8320R Redlink model or the TH8320U original model?

The TH8110 will not support your system.
The TH8320 and the TH8321 will support your system.
170 = 7
190 = 0
 
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Old 11-18-15, 01:37 PM
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Model and other info

My model number is TH8320R1003 but I do not have the Redlink accessory planned for the installation. An identical model is installed on another unit and it also does not have the Redlink installed. I have the configuration list and feel confident I can configure the unit, perhaps misplaced. Downloaded the Installers manual from the web.

Note that my Baystat does not have a wire connected to the F terminal/screw. Is this an issue for the installation? Should I connect the now unused T wire to a point at the air handler and the L wire on the new thermostat?

You had a 170=7 and 190=0 at the bottom of the note. What do these mean?

Thanks again for the assistance.
 
 

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