18. Verify that the system and its fan are
operating properly. When set to a high
4.3.2. CHANGING OTHER SETTINGS
4.9. SOFTWARE RESET
OVERRIDE will be automatically canceled at the
start of the next program period.
If there are many choices for a value, usually that
setting will automatically advance by holding one
of the arrow keys. Some settings though, must be
changed one touch at a time.
This reset is disabled while the touchscreen is
temperature, the heating system should provide
warm air after a short time. Likewise a cooling
system should provide cool air after a short time.
Usually sound from the furnace and air
locked. When activated it will reset all
OVERRIDE will be cancelled if the set
programmable values and settings including the
lock code and clock, to their default values. Then
option switch positions will be read before
resuming normal operation. Record your settings
and programs before pressing this button.
temperature is adjusted to its programmed value
or if the units mode is changed.
4.4. NAVIGATION KEYS
4.12. TEMPERATURE HOLD
conditioning units can be heard while they are
running. The rush of moving air should be heard
within a short time after either has been started.
MENU: Touch this key to begin viewing available
HOLD may be used for manual temperature
control. It is the simplest means to set and
maintain a fixed temperature in Heat or Cool,
without concern for programming.
SCROLL: Use this key to see the available menu
• Take care not to inadvertently press the SOFTWARE
RESET button while programming your unit.
If you have an electric heat system and the blower
does not operate after installation, see figure in
Section 7 to find the electric/gas heat jumper on the
back of the body. Move the jumper to the ELEC
Touching HOLD toggles the unit into or out of
YES: Touch this key to enter a menu. When
present on a menu, touching this key accepts any
setting changes you have made.
the hold mode with the current status indicated in
the display. In HOLD adjust temperature as
• Performing a SOFTWARE RESET will reprogram all
software settings to their default values.
• Copy your programs into the blank chart provided on
page 12 before using SOFTWARE RESET to assist
Temperature settings will only change manually
Neglecting to accept changes by touching this key
when present, will leave the unit at its previous
while HOLD is active. To clear hold, touch HOLD
19. Your installation is now complete.
4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4.10. SETTING THE DAY AND TIME
The PSP711TS displays the current time and the
room temperature. It also displays the day of the
week and the current program period, MORN,
DAY, EVE, or NITE. Temperature is indicated near
the center of the display, and time is indicated on
the left. Setting and program changes can be
made with the thermostat body on the wall, or
removed from its base plate.
Touch this key to return to the main
SET DAY: Touch displayed DAY, advance with UP
The PSP711TS provides four independent
programming periods per day. Heat and Cool are
programmed separately. You can use the default
programs or alter them to suit your schedule.
4.5. DISPLAY ILLUMINATION
Touch displayed DAY again to return to main
SET TIME: Touch displayed time, set with UP or
DOWN arrows. Touch displayed time again to
return to main screen.
Press the light bulb button at the lower right
corner of the body to illuminate the display. It will
remain illuminated for 15 seconds. Touching a
field in the screen extends illumination time.
5.1. DEFAULT ENERGY STAR® TEMPERATURE
To review the programs select Heat or Cool mode,
touch MENU and then use SCROLL to see HEAT
or COOL PROGRAM. Touch YES to enter HEAT or
COOL PROGRAM. Use NEXT to step through each
period and its set temperature. You can use the
built-in programs as shown, or change them as
you wish. Touch EXIT to return to the main display.
Each day is divided into four periods. Each period
has its own starting time and temperature.
DAY and TIME may also be set from their menu as
4.6. AUDIBLE BEEP
4.1. SYSTEM MODE SWITCH
The PSP711TS will emit an audible beep to
acknowledge that a field in the screen has been
The SYSTEM MODE SWITCH has three positions
HEAT, OFF and COOL. Each sets the corresponding
operating mode. In the winter, set the system
switch to HEAT to control your heating system. In
the summer, set the switch to COOL to control
your air conditioner. In spring and fall or when the
windows are open, you can set the switch to OFF.
When thermostat is in the OFF position, neither
HEAT or COOL programs will run.
Touch MENU. You should see Set Day/Time
4.7.1 FLAME ICON
Touch YES and day of the week will flash.
Touch UP ARROW to advance to set the day.
Touch YES to accept displayed week day and
In HEAT mode a FLAME icon will be
visible to the right of the current room
temperature. While heating is active, the
FLAME will flash.
advance to SET TIME. Or touch NEXT to advance
to set current time without accepting changes.
Time will be flashing.
The default programs are given in the following
4.2. FAN MODE SWITCH
Touch UP/DOWN ARROW to set the current
4.7.2. SNOWFLAKE ICON
The fan switch has two positions; AUTO will only
run your system’s fan as required for heating and
cooling. ON runs your system’s fan continuously.
time of day.
Morning 6:00 AM 70 F (21 C) 6:00 AM 78 F (26 C)
Evening 6:00 PM 70 F (21 C) 6:00 PM 78 F (26 C)
In COOL mode a SNOWFLAKE icon will
be visible to the right of the current room
temperature. While cooling is active, the
SNOWFLAKE will flash.
Touch YES to accept displayed time.
8:00 AM 62 F (17 C) 8:00 AM 85 F (29 C)
Touch EXIT to return to the main screen, or
10:00 PM 62 F (17 C) 10:00 PM 82 F (28 C)
4.3. UP/DOWN CHANGE ARROW KEYS
touch NEXT to rotate back to SET THE DAY.
While operating the PSP711TS there will often be
two arrow keys visible (just to the right of the
temperature) one pointing up and the other
pointing down. They are used to adjust
Pressing the S. RESET button restores these
heating and cooling programs and all other default
4.7.3 LOW BATTERY ICON
4.11. TEMPORARY TEMPERATURE OVERRIDE
When the Low Battery level has been
Temporary temperature override allows you to
change the current Set Temperature in Heat or
Cool until the next program period without
changing your temperature control programs.
reached, the battery icon will appear.
It will disappear only when fresh
5.2. PROGRAMMING THE UNIT
temperatures and change other settings.
4.3.1. TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
batteries have been installed.
You can change any preset times and/or
temperatures to suit your schedules for HEAT and
COOL during each period of each day of the week.
A blank programming chart is provided for you to
record your temperature settings in that chart
(See PAGE 12).
Touch displayed temperature; the screen will
4.8. HARDWARE RESET
Touch the displayed temperature once then touch
the UP/DOWN arrow key; it adjusts the flashing
set temperature by one degree in the associated
direction. Holding the key will automatically
advance the setting in the associated direction. For
simple operation see HOLD.
flash your SET TEMPERATURE. UP/DOWN arrows
will become visible.
This button will unlock the touchscreen and read
option switch positions before the unit resumes
normal operation. Programs and other settings
will be maintained. See jumper and switch
positions figure on Page 12.
Use UP/DOWN arrows to change the
temperature setting while it is flashing. OVERRIDE
will be indicated at the top of the display.