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 Thermostats Overview

  TB7200, TB7300 & TB7600 Series
    TB7200, TB7300, & TB7600 Series

    • Communicating thermostats for WEBs-AX™
      building control systems built on the
      NiagaraAX® Framework

    • Network protocols offered
       - BACnet® MS/TP
       - ZigBee® Wireless Mesh

    • Meet a variety of application needs
      - TB7200 Series
        Zoning for pressure dependent VAV, hot water reheat, etc.
      - TB7300 Series
        Fan coil units (FCU) for commercial buildings and hotels
      - TB7600 Series
        Rooftop units and heat pumps

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    Value Propositions

    • For ACI, ACS, and WEBs contractors who need a broad selection of
      communicating thermostats that can be integrated into a WEBs-AX building
      automation system these thermostats provide:
       - BACnet and ZigBee wireless mesh communication protocols that help fill a
         gap in our thermostat portfolio
       - Fan coil, heat pump, rooftop unit and zoning thermostats to meet a wide
         range of application needs
       - A common interface for a broad range of applications
       - An opportunity to retrofit existing non-communicating thermostats to
         communicating with BACnet or wireless
       - Remote system access for monitoring and control
       - Reduced labor costs with wireless solution where wired solution is difficult
       - Quality products backed by testing administered by Honeywell

    • For Consulting Engineers who need a
       - A simple solution with models that meet a wide variety of application needs
       - An opportunity to earn LEED points
       - A strong channel of contractors to program/install systems



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    Value Propositions

    • For facility managers that need to respond quickly to HVAC related
      complaints from tenants and ease of use these thermostats provide:
      -   The ability to manage & view thermostats from a central location
      -   A solution that easy to use and maintain
      -   Network visibility of alarms and equipment status
      -   A simple solution with models that meet a wide variety of application needs


    • For building owners that need energy savings and a cost-effective
      thermostat solution for a variety of applications these thermostats
      provide:
      - An opportunity to save on energy costs with integrated occupancy sensing
          models and economizer models
      -   An opportunity to earn LEED points
      -   A cost-effective solution
      -   A simple solution with models that meet a wide variety of application needs
      -   An attractive design
      -   A broad offering of BACnet and wireless thermostats from a single
          manufacturer



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     TB7200/7300/7600 Thermostat Features

    Hinged circuit board                     Small footprint for
    simplifies installation                  attractive wall presence

                                             All necessary I/O on board
                                             for control applications
    On board communication
    interface for BACnet or
                                              Removable terminal blocks
    ZigBee wireless
                                              simplifies installation


                                             Up to 3 configurable inputs
    Simple and intuitive menu
                                             supports a variety of
    driven user interface
                                             equipment monitoring
                                             peripherals & one multi-
                                             function aux output
    PIR occupancy sensor
    option connection
                                             Local configuration utility
                                             with configurable control
                                             sequences through backlit
    On board temperature &                   LCD interface
    models with humidity
    sensing




         All Thermostats Share Many of the Same Features!
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    TB7200/7300/7600 Thermostat Features

    • Backlit LCD display

    • Set display for °F or °C

    • Password protection to minimize parameter tampering

    • Multi-level keypad lockout

    • PI control with adjustable proportional band

    • 10K NTC Type 2 sensor Inputs

    • Programming stored in EEPROM

    • All models 24 VAC


      All Thermostats Share Many of the Same Features!
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    TB7600/7300/7200 Thermostat Features

    • Backlit LCD display                  • Integrated occupancy
                                             sensing with PIR models; all
    • Set display for °F or °C               models PIR ready

    • Password protection to               • All models 24 VAC
      minimize parameter
      tampering

    • Multi-level keypad lockout

    • PI control with adjustable
      proportional band

    • 10K NTC Type 2 sensor Inputs

    • Programming stored in
      EEPROM                                      TB7600 with Occupancy
                                                      Sensor Cover
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    Honeywell RTU/Heat Pump Control Options

                   T7350H Thermostats
                   LON




                   TB7600 Series RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats
                   BACnet & ZigBee Wireless




                   Excel 10 W7750 CVAHU Configurable Controllers
                   LON




                   Spyder Programmable Unitary Controllers
                   LON & BACnet



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    TB7600 Series Overview

    • For RTU and heat pump applications
    • Simple, five button user interface
    • Configurable digital inputs
    • One SPST configurable auxiliary
      output
    • Sensing inputs
       - Remote indoor
       - Outdoor air
       - Mixed air
    • Integrated freeze protection
    • Occupied and unoccupied setpoints
    • 3 levels of keypad lockout


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     TB7600 Series Model Options

     • Rooftop unit model options
        - 1 heat / 1 cool or 2 heat / 2 cool
           Programmable or non-programmable
           Humidification/dehumidification
           Economizer



     • Heat pump model options
        - 3 heat / 2 cool
           Programmable or non-programmable




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       TB7600 Model Selection
     TB76 5 2 H 5000 W




     Step 1                Step 2                      Step 3                      Step 4                     Step 5                   Step 6
                                                      ECONOMIZER/                                                                  COMMUNICATION
     MODEL            PROGRAMMABILITY                                           APPLICATION                PIR OPTIONS
                                                    HUMIDITY CONTROL                                                                  OPTIONS

                        No local scheduling/         No local scheduling/                                 PIR ready but PIR
                  0                             0                            A 1H/1C rooftop unit    50
                                                                                                          cover not included
                                                                                                                               B    BACnet MS/TP
                        Non programmable             Non programmable           applications

                        Local scheduling/            Local scheduling/          2H/2C rooftop unit        Factory assembled
                  5     Programmable            2                            B applications          55                        W     ZigBee wireless
                                                     Programmable                                         with PIR cover

                                                     With Economizer
                                                5    No local scheduling/    H 3H/2C heat pump
                                                                                applications
                                                     Non programmable
                                                     With Economizer
                                                6    Local scheduling/
                                                     Programmable
                                                     With Humidification/
              Example                           7    Dehumidification
              TB765 2 H 5000 W                       control




                                      Wireless communications
                                      Ready for PIR cover
                                      3H/2C heat pump applications
                                      No economizer or humidity sensor
                                      Scheduling (Programmable)
                                                                                                                                           M16988




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     Honeywell FCU Control Options

                   SuitePRO FCU Thermostats
                   Non-communicating




                   TB7300 Series FCU Thermostats
                   BACnet & ZigBee Wireless




                   Excel 10 W7752 FCU Configurable Controllers
                   LON




                   Spyder Unitary Programmable Controllers
                   LON & BACnet


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     TB7300 Series Overview

     • Fan coil unit applications
     • Lodging/hotel and commercial models




          Lodging/hotel Models                 Commercial Models
          Color icons on cover                No color icon on cover
          Center button °C / °F               Center button override
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     TB7300 Series Features

     • Configurable local sequences of operations
     • 2 pipe and 4 pipes applications
          Cooling only or heating only
          Cooling with reheat / heating with reheat
          Cooling / heating 2 outputs
          Cooling / heating single output changeover
          Cooling / heating 2 outputs with reheat
          Cooling / heating single output changeover with reheat
     • 6 levels of keypad lockout




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     TB7300 Series Features

     • 1, 2, or 3 speed fan control and auto fan speed mode
     • Models with onboard humidity sensor
     • SPST auxiliary output
        - Reheat control
        - Lighting control or fresh air
     • Occupied, standby and unoccupied setpoints
     • Three configurable inputs
        - Local nighttime setback input
        - Local motion detector input
        - Window contact
        - Door contact
        - Filter or other service alarm
        - Change over with dry contact or with analog sensor
        - -Supply sensor monitoring

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     TB7300 Series Model Options

     • Lodging/hotel models and commercial
        - 2 On/off
        - 2 on/off or floating
        - 2 analog

     • Onboard humidity sensor model option
       - 2 on/off
       - 2 on/off or floating
       - 2 analog




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     TB7300 Series Model Selection




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     Honeywell Zoning Portfolio

                            ZonePRO Zoning Thermostats
                            Non-communicating




                            TB7200 Series Zoning Thermostats
                            BACnet & ZigBee Wireless




                            Excel 10 W7751 Configurable VAV
                            Controllers
                            LON



                            Spyder VAV Programmable Controllers
                            LON & BACnet


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     TB7200 Series Overview

     • For zoning applications

     • Simplified user interface
       designed for zoning
       applications
        - Equivalent to simple dial
         use
       - Provides digital interface
         for local status




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     TB7200 Series Features

     • Two models meet 85% of zoning application needs

     • Control simple unitary end devices
       - Pressure dependent VAV with or without local reheat
       - 1 or 2 0-10 Vdc analog or floating device
       - Cooling and/or heating
       - Auxiliary reheat output

     • Direct setpoint adjustment and local override access for end
       users

     • Occupied, standby and unoccupied setpoints


     • Auxiliary output
       - Reheat control
       - Lighting control or fresh air
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     TB7200 Series Features

     • Three configurable inputs
       - Local nighttime setback input
       - Local motion detector input
       - Window contact
       - Door contact
       - Filter or other service alarm
       - Supply sensor monitoring

     • 4 levels of keypad lockout




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     TB7200 Models & Applications

     • TB7200C1014
        - 2 on/off or floating outputs with isolated reheat

     • TB7200F1014
        - 2 analog (0-10 Vdc) outputs with isolated reheat

     • Applications supported
        - Pressure dependent VAV
        - Off/off proportional chilled water valve
        - On/off proportional hot water valve
        - On/off or floating chilled water valve
        - On/off or proportional electric reheat
        - Radiant heat control


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     TB7200 Series Model Selection

     TB7200 F 5000 B




      Step 1                Step 2                           Step 3                      Step 4
      MODEL      CONTROL OUTPUT TYPE                    PIR OPTIONS              COMMUNICATION OPTIONS

                    Floating or on-off digital         PIR ready but PIR cover
                C                                 50                             B   BACnet MS/TP
                    control outputs                    not included

                    Analog 0-10 Vdc control            Factory assembled with
                F   outputs                       55                             W   ZigBee wireless
                                                       PIR cover


      Example

       TB7200 F 5000 B




                         BACnet MS/TP communications
                         Ready for PIR cover
                         Analog outputs                                                                M16987




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     TB7200/7300/7600 Series Accessories

     • Occupancy Sensing for Wireless & BACnet Models
         - TB-PIR-RTU RTU and Heat pump Occupancy Sensor Cover
         - TB-PIR-FCU-C Commercial Occupancy Sensor Cover
         - TB-PIR-FCU-L Lodging/Hotel Occupancy Sensor Cover
         - TB-PIR-ZN Zone Occupancy Sensor Cover
     • Wireless Models Only
        - TB-VWG-APP-1014 Wireless Communication Card (required)
        - TB-RP5000W Wireless Repeater
        - TB-RA-1014 Wireless Remote Antenna Base
     • Full range of 10K NTC Type II Sensors




   Occupancy Sensor   Wireless Comm         Wireless Repeater   Wireless Remote
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      Compatibility




     WEBs-AX       Thermostats / Controller
                                                           WEBStation-AX                        .Jar Files
     Controller      BACnet            Wireless
     WEB-2xx                                30             3.0 or later                 4.0.4.8 or greater
     WEB-6xx           126*                 50             3.0 or later                 Wireless models
     WEB-7xx                                50             3.5 or later                        only

           * 128 total devices supported. One node used by controller and one for a repeater.
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     What to Know About Wireless Thermostats

     • Eliminates wiring to the network, making retrofits the ideal
       application for these thermostats

     • Total installed cost for wireless jobs impacted by building
       architecture and labor costs

     • Review the Wireless Installation and Integration Reference
       Guide (form number 63-4522) to learn more

     • Contractor should complete a site survey prior to bidding a job

     • Get From parameter copies setup from a like thermostat

     • TB-VWG-APP-1014 wireless communication card required
       - WEB-2xx / WEB-6xx: Option slot 1; serial port COM1
       - WEB-7xx: Option slot 1 or 2; serial port COM3 or COM4

     • The wireless channel parameter should be set at
       15 or 25
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     About ZigBee Wireless Mesh

     • 2.4 GHz frequency band per IEEE 802.15.4

     • Small, low-power digital radio

     • Each node (or device) acts as a router

     • Self-healing network

     • Range
        - 50 ft (15M) range typical
        - 100 ft (30M) open air (environment will impact max range)



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     ZigBee Device Addresses

     • 6 ZigBee addresses per device (these aren’t the
       same as the device IDs, under the hood).

     • Once assigned stored in flash memory

     • Address is only lost if a new PAN ID or Channel
       parameter is assigned to the network




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     Basic Network Design & Deployment

     • Use a per floor horizontal architecture instead of a vertical one
       - Transmissions from one floor to the next may be possible in some
           applications such as a stairway)
       -   Thermostat antenna is designed for horizontal distance, not
           vertical
       -   Expect to use one WEBs controller and TB-VWG-APP-1014 card per
           floor
       -   Radio transmissions do not travel through steel


     • Avoid metal, brick walls, or concrete obstructions between
       devices as much as possible

     • Drywall construction
       - Clear line-of-sight: 100 ft max device range
       - Obstructed line-of-site: 50 ft max device range

     • A dense clusters of thermostats will allow network to
       recover from temporary disturbances more quickly
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     ZigBee Wireless Mesh Network

     • Low cost installation

     • Easy to implement

     • Reliable data transfer

     • Very low power consumption

     • Influenced by the same factors that affect other
       wireless systems:
        - Interference from radio emitters
        - Electronic devices
        - Solid objects that may slow or stop communication between
        devices
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     Basic Network Design & Deployment

     • Distance between
       thermostats or repeaters
       and other wireless
       devices such as wireless
       routers and laptops to
       avoid interference
       - 10 ft (3M) recommended
       - 3 ft (1M) minimum




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     Basic Network Design & Deployment

     • Locate controller & wireless card
        - Near or in direct line-of-sight to as many thermostats as
         possible
       - Near the center of associated thermostats

     • Install one thermostat within 50 ft of the controller &
       wireless card for every 10 thermostats installed

     • Wireless antenna on wireless card should be
       perpendicular to the floor

     • Install a TB-RA-1014 wireless remote
       antenna if controller & wireless card are
       mount in a metal cabinet

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     ZigBee Network Site Survey Preparation

     • Create a floor plan layout showing device locations

     • Prepare equipment for site survey
       - WEBs-AX controller with wireless communication card
       - Wireless thermostats configured with the same channel and PAN
        ID as the wireless communication card


     • Perform the site survey during business hours when other
       wireless devices and electronic devices will be in use

     • Site surveys provide a worst case scenario of a point-to-point
       application; when all wireless thermostats are present the
       network will route signals more efficiently




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     ZigBee Network Site Survey – On Site

     1. Start the Station in WEBs-AX Workbench
     2. Check the signal strength of both thermostats at
        the controller/wireless card




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     ZigBee Network Site Survey – On Site

     1. Position the controller/ wireless communication card in a
        central location to the thermostat network
     2. Determine the coverage radius by walking to each cluster of
        thermostats – 20% signal strength.




                5 Hops Max To/from the Controller
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     ZigBee Network Site Survey – On Site

     3. Note the signal strength for each proposed thermostat
        location
       -   A value from 10 – 100% indicates good connectivity
       -   A value below 10% may indicate the need for a repeater or
           relocating the thermostat




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     ZigBee Network Site Survey – On Site




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     ZigBee Network Site Survey – On Site




                           5 Hops Maximum




     More Than 5 Hops Require a Second Controller with Wireless Card
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     What to Know About BACnet Installations

     • EIA-485 BACnet Standard




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     Number of Devices on a BACnet Network

      - 64 devices per segment (includes the controller)

      - 128 devices per network (includes the controller and
       repeaters)




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     Wiring a BACNet Network

      - Daisy chain configuration

      - Max daisy chain length is 4000 ft (1200 m)




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     Wiring to the Network Adapter

     • Polarity sensitive
     • Status LED can help troubleshoot network communication
       problems
     • Avoid using the Ref terminal to wire shields
     • Ground the joined shield connection at a single point on the
       segment




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     More Information

     • Beyondinnovation.honeywell.com
        - Marketing literature, photos, press release, sales
        presentation, etc.

     • Specifyhoneywell.com
        - Technical and marketing literature
        - Guide specs and wiring diagrams

     • Buildingsforum.honeywell.com
        - .Jar files for wireless models
        - Guide specs and wiring diagrams




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       Literature – Spec Data


     Marketing Literature
     67-7498   TB7200, TB7300, & TB7600 Series Thermostats Selection Guide
     Specification Data Sheets
     63-2708   TB7200 Series Communicating Zone Thermostats
     63-2709   TB7300 Series Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats
     63-2706   TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats
     63-2707   TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats with
               Humidity Control




      Order printed literature from literature.honeywell.com
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       Literature – Installation Instructions


     Installation Instructions
     62-2019      TB7200 Series Communicating Zone Thermostats
     62-2018      TB7300 Series Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats
     62-2016      TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats
     62-2017      TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats with
                  Humidity Control
     62-2021      Occupancy Sensor Cover for TB7200/7300/7600 Series
                  Communicating Thermostats
     62-2022      Wireless Repeater for Wireless Communicating Thermostats
     62-2020      WEBs Wireless Communication Card for TB7200/7300/7600
                  Thermostats




           Download literature from customer.honeywell.com
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       Literature – Reference Guides


     Reference Guides
     63-4522    Wireless Installation & Integration Reference Guide for
                TB7200/7300/7600 Thermostats
     63-4524    BACnet Integration Reference Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series
     63-4523    BACnet Integration Reference Guide for TB7600 Series
     63-4526    PIR Application Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats

     63-4525    PIR Application Guide for TB7600 Series Thermostats

     63-4527    TB7200, TB7300, and TB7600 Communicating Thermostats
                Application Guide




               Download from customer.honeywell.com
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