Trane Programmable Heat-Pump Thermostat TAYSTAT 540 Manual

Trane Programmable Heat-Pump Thermostat TAYSTAT 540 Manual

Trane TAYSTAT 540 FEATURES

The Trane Co. sells comfort systems. Comfort is achieved through matching the correct equipment and controls. This thermostat is designed to provide the maximum comfort for your needs. Some of the basic offerings are:

  • Program up to four time periods and temperature settings to complement your lifestyle.
  • Set different schedules for weekdays and weekends.
  • Programs are permanently held in memory in the event of a power failure.
  • Indefinite temperature hold.
  • Preprogrammed for your convenience.

Trane TAYSTAT 540 FEATURES

Your thermostat displays the current day, time, period, temperature and system ( for heating or for cooling) in normal mode. In programming mode, only the setting or settings being programmed display. For example ÒSa SuÓ (Saturday Sunday) displays while programming the weekend schedule. All settings are explained below: 

Trane TAYSTAT 540 Display FEATURES

Trane TAYSTAT 540 Organizing Your Schedule

Your thermostat can be set for four time periods (Wake, Leave, Return, and Sleep) for the weekday schedule (Monday through Friday), and four time periods for the weekend schedule (Saturday and Sunday). Without additional programming, your thermostat follows the same preprogrammed schedule for both weekdays and weekends (see Table 1).

WAKE Choose the time you want your heating or cooling system to start to reach your comfort temperature after the SLEEP period. How? Consider the time required to reach your comfort level. Adjust the Wake time to earlier when you know it will take the system longer to reach your comfort temperature.

LEAVE Choose the time you want your heating or cooling system to start an energy-saving mode while you are away at work or school. How? Set the Leave temperature lower during heating season, and higher during cooling season.

RETURN Choose the time you want your heating or cooling system to start to reach your comfort temperature after the energy-savings LEAVE period. How? Consider the time required to reach your comfort level. Adjust the Return time to earlier when you know it will take the system longer to reach your comfort temperature.

SLEEP Set the time you want your heating or cooling system to start to reach your sleep temperature. To use this period as an energy-savings mode, set the temperature lower during heating season, and higher during cooling season.

The preprogrammed schedule is shown in Table 1. You may keep this schedule or organize your own. Schedules are adjustable as often as you wish. If you decide to keep this schedule, no further programming is necessary.

Table 1. Preprogrammed Weekday and Weekend Schedule.

Period

Time

Heat Setpoint

Cool Setpoint

Wake

6:00 AM

70°F (21°C)

78°F (26°C)

Leave

8:00 AM

62°F (17°C)

85°F (29°C)

Return

5:00 PM

70°F (21°C)

78°F (26°C)

Sleep

10:00 PM

62°F (17°C)

75°F (24°C)

To begin programming your weekday and weekend schedules, fill in Tables 2 and 3.

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Title : Trane Programmable Heat-Pump Thermostat TAYSTAT 540 Manual
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Language : English
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Trane Thermostat TAYSTAT 540 Manual