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White Rodgers 1F83-0471 Emerson Blue 4" Thermostat User Manual

1

Blue 4” Universal Thermostat with 

Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option

Single Stage, Multi-Stage or Heat Pump

Installation and Operating Instructions for Model:

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AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.

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APPLICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

Electrical Rating:

Battery Power ....................................................   mV to 30 VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz or DC

 Input-Hardwire ...................................................   20 to 30 VAC
Terminal Load ...........................................................   1.5 A per terminal, 2.5A maximum all terminals combined
Setpoint Range .........................................................   45° to 90°F (7° to 32°C)
Rated Differentials:                                                      Fast 

Med. 

Slow

Heat (Single Stage/Multi Stage) ........................   0.4 °F 

0.6 °F 

1.7 °F

Cool (Single Stage/Multi Stage) ........................   0.9 °F 

1.2 °F 

1.7 °F

Heat Pump .........................................................   0.9 °F 

1.2 °F 

1.7 °F

Aux. Heat ...........................................................   0.6 °F 

    – 

1.7 °F

Operating Ambient ....................................................   32° to +105°F (0° to +41°C)
Operating Humidity ...................................................   90% non-condensing max.
Shipping Temperature Range ...................................   -40° to +150°F (-40° to +65°C)
Dimensions Thermostat ............................................   3-7/8”H x 5-1/8”W x 1-1/4”D

1F83-0471 Thermostat

Model

Programming Choice

1F83-0471

Non-Programmable

ATTENTION: MERCURY NOTICE
This product does not contain mercury. However, this product 
may replace a product that contains mercury.

Mercury and products containing mercury must not be 
discarded in household trash. Do not touch any spilled 
mercury. Wearing non-absorbent gloves, clean up any 
spilled mercury and place in a sealed container. For proper 
disposal of a product containing mercury or a sealed 
container of spilled mercury, place it in a suitable shipping 
container. Refer to 

www.white-rodgers.com for location to 

send product containing mercury.

To prevent electrical shock and/or equipment damage, 
disconnect electric power to system at main fuse or 
circuit breaker box until installation is complete.

CAUTION

!

THERMOSTAT APPLICATION GUIDE

Description
Heat Pump (No Aux. or Emergency Heat)

Yes

Heat Pump (with Aux. or Emergency Heat)

Yes

Systems with up to 2 Stages Heat, 2 Stages Cool

Yes

Heat Only Systems (with optional fan switch)

Yes

Millivolt Heat Only Systems – Floor or Wall Furnaces

Yes

Cool Only Systems

Yes

Gas or Oil Heat

Yes

Electric Furnace

Yes

Hydronic (Hot Water) Zone Heat – 2 Wires

Yes

Hydronic (Hot Water) Zone Heat – 3 Wires

Yes

Compressor with Comfort Alert II Module (1F85CA only)

Yes

Index

Page

Installation

2

Wiring Connections

2

Wiring Diagrams

3

Thermostat Quick Reference

4

Installer Configuration Menu

5

Operating Your Thermostat

7

Troubleshooting

7

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PART NO. 37-7237A

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You know the feeling. Everything’s going fine, you’re chilling out, then boom! The power goes out.

And fine, you know the deal, you get the flashlight, change the fuse, do the thing.

But then you realize you have to restart the thermostat. Or try to reprogram it with a new schedule.

Where did you put the manual for your White Rodgers/Emerson thermostat?

When did you last see the manual for your White Rodgers/Emerson thermostat?

Wait, hang on… Have you ever seen the manual for your White Rodgers/Emerson thermostat?

Ohhh, that’s a pain in the butt.

And cue the hunting. The self-recrimination. The checking with family members – or with the cat, if you don’t live with your family members.

You know that damn cat knows something, but it won’t say a word.

Relax.

We’ve got you covered here. On this page, you’ll find links to the most popular White Rodgers/Emerson manuals, so you can download the one you need. If, in the 21st century, you still own such a thing as a printer, you can print them out.

If, as is much more likely, you own a smartphone, you can download the manual to it, and take it to the thermostat, to walk yourself through the right moves. From gobbledegook and frustration, to instantly programmable thermostats. You know you want that.

Thermostat Model Numbers And Where To Find Them

We’re about to throw an unconscionable number of thermostat model numbers at you.

We’re sorry about that, but it can’t be helped – the thermostat model number is the unique identifier that will tell you whether you’ve got the right manual in front of you for the thermostat that’s in your home, blinking at you vacantly and begging for help.

So where will you find the thermostat number on your unit, to double check whether you have the right manual? It’ll be in one of two places.

1. EITHER it’ll be printed behind… or possibly on the surface of… the thermostat. The tricky thing there is that you might need to take the faceplate off the thermostat in order to get to the back of the unit. So – there’s that.

2. OR, in some cases, you’ll find the model number by going through the operating menu of the thermostat itself. Sadly, there’s no separate manual for how to work the operating menu.

Keep pressing buttons until you find something that looks like an incomprehensible sequence of numbers and letters. If everything looks like an incomprehensible sequence of numbers and letters, you may be having a thermostatically induced panic attack.

Get down off any ladders, sit down on the couch and have a cup of herbal tea. Try again in half an hour.

White Rodgers/Emerson/Sensi Thermostats – A Spotter’s Guide

White Rodgers/Emerson/Sensi makes a lot of different thermostats for different types of system. These include:

  • Blue Series 12” Touchscreen Thermostats
  • Blue Series 6” Touchscreen Thermostats
  • Blue Series 2” Touchscreen Thermostats
  • 70 Series Thermostats
  • 80 Series Thermostats
  • Classic 80 Series Digital Thermostats
  • Mechanical Thermostats
  • Programmable Thermostats
  • Non-Programmable Thermostats
  • Line Voltage Thermostats
  • Fan Coil Thermostat
  • Wi-Fi Thermostats

Models of White Rodgers/Emerson Thermostats

There are of course a whole lot of models of White Rodgers/Emerson thermostat. There are even a good few that have now been discontinued for sale, so getting hold of the manuals for those models can be especially tricky.

Take a look down our list – see if your model is here.

Model Description

Model Number

Manual

Sensi Smart Touch Thermostat

1F95U-42WF, ST75, NH-AWIFI, OH-AWIF

Manual

Sensi Smart Touch Thermostat

1F95U-42WF, ST75, NH-AWIFI, OH-AWIFI

Manual

Sensi Smart Thermostat

1F87U-42WF, ST55

Manual

Sensi Smart Thermostat

1F87U-42WF, ST55

Manual

Single Stage Thermostat Battery Powered or Hardwired with Common

1F83C-11NP, 37-7479001

Manual

Sensi Smart Thermostat

0037-7678003

Manual

Blue Humidity Touchscreen Universal Thermostat with Humidity/Dehumidity Control and Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option

1F95-1291, 37-7313001

Manual

Universal Thermostat

1F85U-42PR, 37-7554D

Manual

Sensi Touch Wi-Fi Thermostat

37-7649001

Manual

Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat

1F87-361, 37-6763C

Manual

Non-programmable Electronic Digital Heat Pump Thermostat

1F89-211, 37-6233H

Manual

Blue Universal Touchscreen Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option

1F95-1277

Manual

Blue Commercial Touchscreen Universal Thermostat with Damper or Economizer Control and Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option

1F95-1280, 37-7322C

Manual

Electric-Heat Thermostat

B50

Manual

Programmable Electronic Digital Heat Pump Thermostat

1F82-261, 37-6175G

Manual

Series Heat Pump Thermostat

1F83H-21PR, 37-7511A-EN – 80

Manual

Series Universal Thermostat

1F85U-22NP, 37-7572B-EN – 80

Manual

Series TM Universal Thermostat

1F85U-22PR, 37-7555B-EN – 80

Manual

Series TM Universal Thermostat

1F85U-42NP, 37-7573B-EN – 80

Manual

Single-Stage Thermostat with 5-1-1 Day Scheduling

P210, 37-7578

Manual

Electric-Heat Thermostat

B30, 37-7299B

Manual

Single-Stage Thermostat

P150, 37-7579

Manual

Blue Universal Touchscreen Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option

1F97-1277, 37-7388B

Manual

Room Thermostats

Type 152, Type 176, Type 196

Manual

Room Thermostats

Type 152

Manual

Series Single Stage Thermostat

1F83C-11PR, 37-7478A-EN – 80

Manual

Series Heat Pump Thermostat

1F83H-21NP, 37-7569 – 80

Manual

Single-Stage Thermostat

NP110, 37-7581

Manual

Blue Easy Reader Thermostat

1F95EZ-0671, 37-6986C

Manual

Line Voltage Programmable Thermostat

37-7457A, BP150, BP150C, BP125C, 1E65-151

Manual

Blue Commercial Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option and Damper Control

1F95-0680, 37-6819B

Manual

Blue Universal Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option

1F95-0671, 37-6979B

Manual

Thermostat

M150

Manual

Non-Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat

1F79, 37-6499B

Manual

5/2 Day Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat

1F72, 37-6498B

Manual

Non-Programmable Thermostat with 3 Temperature Presets (Home, Sleep and Away)

1F89EZ-0251, 37-7208B

Manual

Non-Programmable Thermostat with 3 Temperature Presets (Home, Sleep and Away)

1F86EZ-0251, 37-7201C

Manual

Non-Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 

1F86-344, 37-6585C

Manual

Thermostat

M100

Manual

Blue 2” Heat Pump Thermostat

1F89-0211, 37-6997D

Manual

Non-Programmable Thermostat

1E78

Manual

Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat

1F86-0244, 37-7010C

Manual

Blue 2” Heat Pump Thermostat

1F82-0261, 37-7022C

Manual

Non-Programmable Heat Only Thermostat

1E78, 37-6620C

Manual

5/2 Day Programmable Thermostat

1E78, 37-6542C

Manual

5/2 Day Programmable Thermostat

1F78, 37-6614C

Manual

Non-Programmable Thermostat

1F78, 37-6615C

Manual

Blue Easy Reader Thermostat

1F95EZ-0671

Manual

Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat

1F80-0261, 37-7009B

Manual

Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat

1F80-0224, 37-7014A

Manual

Thermostat

1F56N-444, 37-6881B

Manual

Non-programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat

1E65-144, 37-6862D

Manual

Thermostat

1E30N-910, 1E50N-301, 37-6844B

Manual

Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat

1F80-361, 37-6621C

Manual

Wall Plate Assembly

F61

Manual

Adaptor Plate Assembly

37-6423A

Manual

Electric-heat Thermostat

1A66/1A66W, 37-5428C

Manual

Electric-heat Thermostat

1A65/1A65W, 37-5427C

Manual

SPDT Heating/Cooling Room Thermostat

Type 179, 37-0885B

Manual

Room Thermostat

Type 151, 37-1118B

Manual

Adaptor Plate Assembly

F61

Manual

What You Can Expect To Do With Your White Rodgers/Emerson Instruction Manual

Thermostat

There’s a sense in which this shouldn’t need to be said, but we would always advise you, if you don’t feel entirely confident in your ability to undertake a piece of work, especially on your thermostat, DO NOT do that work.

Call a professional. Making your life better and easier is precisely what they are there for. Plus, supporting your local professional community is never a bad thing.

If you think you’re up for it though, replacing an old thermostat with a new one is a relatively simple process.

Now, removing an old thermostat does not mean hitting it with a hammer. At least, not while it’s still on the wall.

Instead, pull the thermostat housing gently from the base attached to the wall. The gentle touch means you won’t pull the base off the wall at the same time.

In the event that the housing doesn’t pull away gently – seriously, step away from the hammer! – it might be attached to the base using screws or a lockable latch.

So – find the super safe storage place where you put all your screwdrivers for precisely an incident like this when you got new screwdrivers about three years ago.

You may curse if you really need to.

Find a screwdriver appropriate to the screws, and calmly use it to undo the screws or release the latch.

Wiring Up Your New Thermostat

So now you have no old thermostat. You should at this point feel free to go hammer-wild on the old thermostat if you really want. We’re all about the new from here on out. Feel like wiring up your new thermostat? OK, let’s do this.

1.    Firstly, turn off the electrics in your home, and shut down the HVAC system too. This is for much the same reason that you don’t try and change the fan-belt in your car while the engine’s running. Only bad things can ensure. Let’s be smart.

2.    Remove the front cover and the housing of your old thermostat, as detailed above. This should expose the wire connections.

3.    Detach the wire connections, to prepare your HVAC system for the future.

4.    Take a deep breath of self-affirmation, and remind yourself that you are a grown-up, and can do important, grown-up things.

5.    Take hold of your new thermostat and look at its connection sticker label.

6.    Connect the colored wires emerging from the thermostat base, as shown in the diagram.

7.    Double check to make sure you’ve connected the right wires to the right thermostat terminals.

8.    Remove the old base.

9.    Screw in the new thermostat base.  

10.  Attach the new thermostat and add batteries to the base.

11.  Use a precision screwdriver to connect up the terminal wires, as marked on the diagram. You didn’t throw away the diagram, right? Never, ever throw away the diagram until the job is 100% done.

12.  If you’re of a religious frame of mind, say a quick prayer to any deity of your choice.

13.  Turn on the gas/electric button on the base and at the A/B or O wire button. (This will make sense depending on the model you’re working with).

14.  Cover the thermostat housing.

15.  Turn on the thermostat.

16.  Walk confidently away, in case anyone is watching.

17.  Reward yourself with cake. Any day when you avoid blowing up your thermostat, there should always, always be cake.

Systems Your White Rodgers/Emerson Thermostat Can Support

People sometimes get confused over what systems their White Rodgers/Emerson thermostats support. Those systems include:

  • Conventional Heating and Cooling
    • Gas Furnace
    • Electric Furnace
    • Air Conditioner
    • Boiler
  • Heat Only
    • Gas Furnace
    • Electric Furnace
    • Boiler
  • Cool Only
    • Air Conditioner
    • Heat Pump
  • Line Voltage
  • Millivolt Systems
  • Communicating Proprietary Systems
  • Remote Sensors, Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers, and Whole Home Systems

Connecting With The Interface

Usually, the interface on a White Rodgers/Emerson thermostat is straightforward to use, but let’s run through it.

Whether you have a touchscreen or push-button interface, you will find two buttons on the right – your temperature up and down buttons.

Just below these arrow buttons, you’ll find a humidity set-point. Nothing dramatic about that.

Then there’s a menu key that allows you to choose different modes.

Modes? OK, we just skipped a couple of complexity levels there.

Above the menus button, there’s a battery level indicator. That’s no drama. If you drive a car and check your Check Engine light ever, you know the deal here. 

At the top left, there’s the time and day indicator. Clocks – cool, we can deal with those, but about these modes?

Below the clock, there’s a system switch, with a fan switch just below that. And in the center, there’s the information you’re usually going to be checking for – the current room temperature.

OK, cool – but… modes? 

Modes

Turns out, modes are easy. There are usually only two or three of them – cooling, heating, and fan operation. Modes – mastered!

Troubleshooting

If things go wrong and you have The Fear, we can’t express too highly how much you should call a professional.

They’re there right now, waiting for your call, playing idly with their toolbelts, thinking nobody needs them anymore and considering retraining as media consultants.

Support your local professionals.

If you have slightly less fear, you can always try these handy tips.

Modeless? No Heat? No Cool? No Fan?

There are several reasons why you might not have the heating, cooling or fanning action you want. These range all the way from a blown fuse, through a tripped circuit breaker and a closed furnace blower door, to a loose connection in either the thermostat or the HVAC system.

It also could be something as simple as – don’t blame us, we’re only the messenger and it happens way more often than you’d think – the HVAC system being switched off.

Check the blower door is open, check the circuit breaker is not tripped, check for loose connections, and yes, check the HVAC system is switched on before you go as far as changing the fuse.

NB, before you change the fuse, turn the HVAC system off again, for your personal safety.

Constant Running

This is most likely if you have a short circuit somewhere in the system.

Conduct a thorough examination of all the wires and connections, nodding knowledgeably at various points when all seems as it should. If you find a short circuit, adopt a smug expression and correct the problem.

If you find no short circuits, reset the thermostat and the HVAC system. If you still have the same issue, it could be down to anything from a short circuit you haven’t spotted to devil-voles from Venus. Call a professional.

Incidentally, yes, call a professional is valid troubleshooting advice.

Thermostat/Thermometer War

If your thermostat and your thermometer can’t see eye to eye, it’s usually not that serious. In fact, it’s probably just a display issue, in need of a simple adjustment.

Reset the thermostat display to a +/-5 degree margin and harmony should reign once more.

Your Furnace (Air Conditioner) Is Cycling Too Fast or Slow

OK, your cycle is usually affected either by the size of your heating system or the location of your thermostat. If you have a digital thermostat, you can solve this issue by going to the installer menu and setting the thermostat to its slow cycle mode.

If you don’t have a digital thermostat, you’re going to need to call an HVAC professional.

Your Thermostat Displays A “Call for Service” Icon

Your thermostat is literally begging for help.

Usually when you get this message, one of five things has happened.

You’re either looking at a heating temperature margin that’s way off, a cooling temperature margin that’s way off, your buttons have stopped working, your thermostat is broken and weeping, or it needs a thorough service.

Depending on which issue you actually have, you’re looking at either replacing the thermostat, adjusting the heating or cooling temperature values, or – you can guess what’s coming, can’t you? – calling in an HVAC professional to diagnose and fix the problem.

Hot Running In Cool Mode, And Cool Running In Hot

Technically, this is probably a BO problem. Meaning your O/B connection has been improperly directed. Switch the “O” to “B” settings and vice versa. That should solve your problem.

The Big Reset Button

If you find that things are just too weird and you need to reset your White Rodgers/Emerson thermostat, you need to give it two fingers. Hold down the UP/DOWN arrow and the time key simultaneously.

The display should clear and the thermostat should reset. If that doesn’t work, try holding down the UP/Down arrow button and turning the switch from Off to Heat.

If you have a smart thermostat, press the menu, go to “About Thermostat,” press the Factory Reset option, and it should reset the thermostat to factory settings.

If it doesn’t, and it tells you it can’t do that, you no longer have a thermostat, you have Hal 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey, and, well, basically you’re doomed.

Between the collection of manuals and the troubleshooting tips, you should have enough information at your fingertips to deal with most issues with your White Rodgers/Emerson thermostat. If you find you need more…

Something something call a professional.  

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1F83H-21NP (Non-Programmable)

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Thermostat Applications

Maximum

Stages

Heat /Cool

Single Stage Compressor, Heat Pump

Systems (air source or geothermal) –

1 Stage Aux/Emergency Heat

2/1

Thermostat Installation

2-4

Wiring

2

Installer Menu

3-4

Using the Thermostat

5-6

Thermostat Overview

5

User Menu

6

Troubleshooting

7-8

Homeowner Help Line

8

INDEX

MERCURY NOTICE:This product does not contain

mercury. However, this product may replace a product

that contains mercury. Mercury and products containing

mercury must not be discarded in household trash.

Refer to www.thermostat-recycle.org for information

on disposing of products containing mercury.

Electrical Rating:

Battery Power .....................................20 to 30VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz

Input-Hardwire ....................................20 to 30VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz

Terminal Load .......................................... 1.5A per terminal, 2.5A maximum all terminals combined

Setpoint Range ........................................45° to 99° F (7° to 37° C)

Rated Dierentials (@ 6°F/ Hr): Fast Med Slow

Heat Pump (Heat)................................ 0.9°F 1.2°F 1.7°F

Heat Pump (Cool) ................................0.9°F 1.2°F 1.7°F

Auxiliary Heat ...................................... 0.5°F 0.75°F 1.9°F

Operating Ambient ..................................32°F to +105°F (0° to +41°C)

Display Temperature Range ....................... 32°F to +99°F (0 to 37°C)

Operating Humidity .................................90% non-condensing maximum

Shipping Temperature Range ................... -20°F to + 150°F (-29° to +65°C)

Thermostat Dimensions ........................... 3-3/4” H x 6” W x 1-1/8” D

SPECIFICATIONS

Optional Accessory: Wall Cover-up Plate F61-2663, 6 3/4” W x 4 1/2” H

2

R

Power (24V)

O/B

Changeover Terminal-Energized in Cool (O) or Heat (B)

for Heat Pump or Damper Systems

Y

Heat and Cool Mode 1st Stage Compressor

GFan Relay

E*Auxiliary only Heat Mode (Emergency Heat)

C

Common wire for 24V (optional with batteries)

L

Heat Pump malfunction / Diagnostic terminal

(input signal requires common)

W2*Heat Mode – 2nd stage

*Cut W2/E jumper when separate heat sources are used for W2 and E.

IMPORTANT: For Dual Fuel Heat Pump applications, be sure to turn on the Duel Fuel Logic option

(found in the Installer’s Menu)

WIRING

THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION

Precautions

Do not use on circuits exceeding specied voltage.

Higher voltage will damage control and could

cause shock or re hazard.

Do not short out terminals on gas valve or primary

control to test. Short or incorrect wiring will burn

out thermostat and could cause personal injury

and/or property damage.

To prevent electrical shock and/or equipment

damage, disconnect electrical power to system

at main fuse or circuit breaker box until

installation is complete.

Leveling Thermostat

Leveling is for appearance only and

will not aect thermostat operation.

Sours: https://www.manua.ls/emerson/1f83h-21np/manual
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Thermostat Applications

Maximum

Stages

Heat/ Cool

Single Stage Compressor, Heat Pump

Systems (air source or geothermal) –

1 Stage Aux/Emergency Heat

2/1

Thermostat Installation

2-4

Wiring

2

Installer Menu

3-4

Using the Thermostat

5-7

Thermostat Overview

5

User Menu

6

Thermostat Operation

6

Thermostat Schedule

7

Troubleshooting

7-8

Homeowner Help Line

8

INDEX

MERCURY NOTICE:This product does not contain

mercury. However, this product may replace a product

that contains mercury. Mercury and products containing

mercury must not be discarded in household trash.

Refer to www.thermostat-recycle.org for information

on disposing of products containing mercury.

Electrical Rating:

Battery Power .....................................20 to 30VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz

Input-Hardwire ....................................20 to 30VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz

Terminal Load .......................................... 1.5A per terminal, 2.5A maximum all terminals combined

Setpoint Range ........................................45° to 99° F (7° to 37° C)

Rated Dierentials (@ 6°F/ Hr): Fast Med Slow

Heat Pump (Heat)................................ 0.9°F 1.2°F 1.7°F

Heat Pump (Cool) ................................0.9°F 1.2°F 1.7°F

Auxiliary Heat ...................................... 0.5°F 0.75°F 1.9°F

Operating Ambient ..................................32°F to +105°F (0° to +41°C)

Display Temperature Range ....................... 32°F to +99°F (0 to 37°C)

Operating Humidity .................................90% non-condensing maximum

Shipping Temperature Range ................... -20°F to + 150°F (-29° to +65°C)

Thermostat Dimensions ........................... 3-3/4” H x 6” W x 1-1/8” D

SPECIFICATIONS

Optional Accessory: Wall Cover-Up Plate F61-2663, 6 3/4” W x 4 1/2” H

2

R

Power (24V)

O/B

Changeover Terminal-Energized in Cool (O) or Heat (B)

for Heat Pump or Damper Systems

Y

Heat and Cool Mode 1st Stage Compressor

GFan Relay

E*Auxiliary only Heat Mode (Emergency Heat)

C

Common wire for 24V (optional with batteries)

L

Heat Pump malfunction / Diagnostic terminal

(input signal requires common)

W2*Heat Mode – 2nd stage

*Cut W2/E jumper when separate heat sources are used for W2 and E.

IMPORTANT: For Dual Fuel Heat Pump applications, be sure to turn on the Duel Fuel Logic option

(found in the Installer’s Menu)

WIRING

THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION

Precautions

Do not use on circuits exceeding specied voltage.

Higher voltage will damage control and could

cause shock or re hazard.

Do not short out terminals on gas valve or primary

control to test. Short or incorrect wiring will burn

out thermostat and could cause personal injury

and/or property damage.

To prevent electrical shock and/or equipment

damage, disconnect electrical power to system,

at main fuse or circuit breaker box,until

installation is complete.

Leveling Thermostat

Leveling is for appearance only and

will not aect thermostat operation.

Sours: https://www.manuals.ca/emerson/1f83h-21pr/manual

Thermostat emerson heat manual pump

Optional Accessory: Wall Cover-Up Plate F61-2663, 6 3/4" W x 4 1/2" H

INDEX

Thermostat Installation

2-4

Wiring

2

3-4

Installer Menu

Using the Thermostat

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Thermostat Overview

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User Menu

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Thermostat Operation

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Thermostat Schedule

Troubleshooting

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Homeowner Help Line

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SPECIFICATIONS

Electrical Rating:

Battery Power ..................................... mV to 30 VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz

Input-Hardwire .................................... 20 to 30 VAC, NEC Class II, 50/60 Hz

Terminal Load .......................................... 1.0 A per terminal, 1.5A maximum all terminals combined

Setpoint Range ........................................ 45° to 99° F (7° to 37° C)

Rated Differentials:

Fast

Heat (@ 6°F/ Hr) .................................. 0.5°F

Cool (@ 6°F/ Hr) .................................. 0.9°F

Operating Ambient .................................. 32°F to +105°F (0° to +41°C)

Display Temperature Range ....................... 32°F to +99°F (0 to 37°C)

Operating Humidity ................................. 90% non-condensing max

Shipping Temperature Range ................... -20°F to + 150°F (-29° to +65°C)

Thermostat Dimensions ........................... 3-3/4" H x 6" W x 1-1/8" D

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1F83C-11NP (Non-Programmable)

Installation and Operating Instructions

80 Series Single Stage Thermostat

Battery Powered or Hardwired with Common

Maximum

Thermostat Applications

Stages

Heat/Cool

Conventional Gas, Oil, Electric (mV and

24V), Heat Only, Cool Only or Heat/

Cool Systems

Heat Pump (air source or geothermal)

with no Aux. Heat

MERCURY NOTICE: This product does not contain

mercury. However, this product may replace a product

that contains mercury. Mercury and products containing

mercury must not be discarded in household trash.

Refer to www.thermostat-recycle.org for information

on disposing of products containing mercury.

Med

Slow

0.75°F

1.9°F

1.2°F

1.7°F

PART NO. 37-7479A-EN

WIRING

Refer to equipment manufacturer's instructions for specific system wiring information. After

wiring, see INSTALLER MENU for proper thermostat configuration. Wiring table shown are

for typical systems and describe the thermostat terminal functions.

Terminal Designations

*When both RC and RH wires are present, cut RC/RH jumper (see next page).

**For heat pump systems, add a jumper wire to connect terminals Y and W

1/1

1/1

Precautions

• Do not exceed the specification ratings.

• All wiring must conform to local and national electrical codes and ordinances.

• This control is a precision instrument, and should be handled carefully. Rough handing or

distorting components could cause the control to malfunction.

!

Do not use on circuits exceeding specified voltage.

Higher voltage will damage control and could

cause shock or fire hazard.

Do not short out terminals on gas valve or primary

control to test. Short or incorrect wiring will burn

out thermostat and could cause personal injury

and/or property damage.

1504

THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION

RC*

Power for Cooling

RH*

Power for Heating

Changeover Terminal-Energized in Heat (B) or Cool (O)

O/B

for Heat Pump or Damper Systems

Y**

Cooling Relay

G

Fan Relay

W**

Heating Relay

C

Common wire for 24V (optional with batteries)

WARNING

To prevent electrical shock and/or equipment

damage, disconnect electrical power to system,

at main fuse or circuit breaker box,until

Terminal Function

Leveling Thermostat

Leveling is for appearance only and

will not affect thermostat operation.

CAUTION

!

installation is complete.

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Emerson 1F79-111 User Manual

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Non-Programmable

ACCURACY

OPTIMUM COMFORT
AND PERFORMANCE

70 Series

®

Heat Pump

White-Rodgers

1F79-111

Heat Pump

Non-Programmable

1F72-151

Heat Pump

5/2 Day Programmable

Changing the World of Heat Pump Thermostats for the Better.

With a 70 Series Heat Pump thermostat, your customers can economically upgrade to digital accuracy and energy
savings. It is easy to install and is compatible with most heat pump systems. The 70 Series is perfect for customers
who want an economical and easy digital upgrade for their heat pump system. Plus, White-Rodgers 70 Series
versatility means less inventory for you.

Programming

Choice of 5/2 day programming
(weekday/weekend) or non-programmable

4 time and 4 temperature settings per
program for heating and cooling
(1F72-151)

Energy savings up to 33% (1F72-151)

Display

Large, easy-to-read thermostat display

Lighted display for low-light viewing

Comfort & Convenience

Electronic temperature accuracy

Adjustable room temperature calibration

Performance

For 2-stage heat, 1-stage cool systems

B or O terminal

Meets California Building Code, Title 24
(1F72-151)

System power with optional battery
back-up

Heat Pump

Thermostats

• 5/2 Day Programmable or
Non-Programmable

• Hardwired

Lighted

Displa

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