Emerson White Rodgers BP150, BP150C, BP125C,1E65-151 Manual
Line Voltage Programmable Thermostat Installation Instructions & User Guide
Before installing and operating this product, the owner and/or installer must read,understand and follow these instructions and keep them handy for future reference. If these instructions are not followed, the warranty will be considered null and void and the manufacturer deems no further responsibility for this product. Moreover, the following instructions must be adhered to in order to avoid personal injuries or property damages, serious injuries and potentially fatal electric shocks. All electric connections must be made by a qualified electrician, according to the electric and building codes effective in your region. Do NOT connect this product to a supply source other than 120 VAC or 240 VAC, and do not exceed the load limits specified. Protect the heating system with the appropriate circuit breaker or fuse. You must regularly clean dirt accumulations on the thermostat. Do NOT use fluid to clean thermostat air vent. Do not install thermostat in a wet place. However, installing it in insulated walls is allowed.
This programmable electronic thermostat can be used to control electric heating units such as electric baseboards, convectors, or aeroconvectors. It keeps the temperature of a room at the requested set point with a high degree of accuracy. This product is designed for installations with electrical current – with a resistive load – ranging from 1.25 A to 12.5 A (120/240 VAC). It possesses a user-friendly interface. Furthermore, it gives you the possibility to control the temperature of a room with great precision. This thermostat is not compatible with the following installations :
- Electrical current higher than 12.5 A with a resistive load (3000 W @ 240 VAC and 1500 W @ 120 VAC);
- Electrical current lower than 1.25 A with a resistive load (300 W @ 240 VAC and 150 W @ 120 VAC); and
- Central heating system. Parts supplied:
- one (1) thermostat;
- wall mounting plate located at the back of the thermostat;
- two (2) mounting screws;
- two (2) solderless connectors suitable for copperwires.
Emerson White Rodgers BP150, BP150C, BP125C,1E65-151 Installation
Selection of the thermostat location
The thermostat must be mounted to a connection box on a wall facing the heating unit, at around 1.5 m (5 feet) above the floor level, on a section of the wall exempt from pipes or air ducts. Do not install the thermostat in a location where temperature measurements could be altered. For example:
- close to a window, on an external wall, or close to a door leading outside;
- exposed directly to the light or heat of the sun, a lamp, a fireplace or any other heat source;
- close or in front of an air outlet;
- close to concealed ducts or a chimney; and
- in a location with poor air flow (e.g. behind a door), or with frequent air drafts (e.g. head of stairs).
Thermostat mounting and connection
- Cut off power supply on lead wires at the electrical panel in order to avoid any risk of electric shock.
- Ensure that the air vents of the thermostat are clean and clear of any obstruction.
- Using a screwdriver, loosen the screw retaining the mounting base of the thermostat until it is loose (do not completely remove the screw). Then, remove the mounting base at the back of the thermostat by pushing it downwards and then towards you.
- Align and secure the mounting base to the connection box using the two screws supplied.
- Pass the wires from the wall through the opening on the mounting base and connect them using the supplied solderless connectors. When making the connection with aluminum wire, make sure that you are using connectors identified CO/AL. Please note that the thermostat wires do not have polarity. Therefore, the way they are connected is not important.
- Place all the wires into the connection box.
- Align the little slots located on the top of the thermostat with those on the mounting base and secure the thermostat to the mounting base. Note that you can also position the thermostat on the left or the right side of the junction box. Then, tighten the screw at the bottom of the unit.
- Turn on the power.
- Set the thermostat to the desired setting (see the following section)
Emerson White Rodgers BP150, BP150C, BP125C,1E65-151 Operation
The programmable thermostat has three main operating modes: Manual (MAN), Automatic (AUTO) and Preprogrammed (PRE-PROG). The active mode is displayed at the bottom of the screen. The transition from one mode to another is done by pressing down the , MODE button, out of any adjustment mode. Note: it is impossible to change the operation mode when the Security mode is activated. When first powered up, the thermostat is initially in degrees Celsius, in Preprogrammed mode (preprogram 5), and the Anticipated start mode is activated. The clock is adjusted to Saturday (12:00) and flashes to indicate that an adjustment is necessary. The preprogram is effective immediately.
White Rodgers BP150, BP150C, BP125C,1E65-151 Adjustment of the hour and the day
To adjust the hour and the day:
- In any mode (Manual, Automatic or Preprogrammed), out of any adjustment mode, press down the Time button and release it.
- The current time mode (24H/12H) is displayed. Press down the UP or DOWN button to select the desired format. Press down the MODE button to confirm your choice.
- The two hour digits flash. Adjust the hours using the and Press down the button UP or DOWN to confirm your choice.
- The two minute digits flash. Adjust the minutes using the and buttons. Press down the UP or DOWN button to confirm your choice.
- The day of the week flashes. Adjust using the and buttons. Press down the UP or DOWN button to confirm your choice.
The adjustment is thus completed and the thermostat returns to normal operation. It is possible to exit the hour and day adjustment mode at any time :
- By pressing down the TIME button.
- By not pressing down any buttons during 1 minute.
In case of a power failure lasting less than 2 hours, the thermostat saves the adjustment of the hour and the day of the week. When the power is restored after an extensive failure, the hour will blink, indicating that it must be readjusted.
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