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TH8320ZW1000
Touch-screen Thermostat
Installation
Guide
69-2486-01
® U.S. Registered Trademark.
US Patent No. 6,574,581, 6,975,958, 7,114,554, 7,346,467,
7,636,604, 7,693,582, 7,788,936, 7,845,576, and other patents
pending.
Copyright © 2011 Honeywell International Inc.
All rights reserved.
System Types
º Gas, oi|, or e|ectric heat with air
conditioning
º Warm air, hot water, high
efficiency furnaces, heat
pumps, steam, gravity
º Heat on|y - inc|uding power to open
and close zone valves (Series 20), and
normally open zone valves
º Heat on|y with fan
º Coo| on|y
º 750 mV heating systems
This manual covers the TH8320ZW1000.
This thermostat contains a Lithium battery which may contain Perchlorate material.
Perch|orate Materia|-specia| hand|ing may app|y.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
Need Help?
For assistance with this product please visit http://customer.honeywell.com
or call Honeywell Customer Care toll-free at 1-800-468-1502
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M29481
Wallplate installation
1. Separate wallplate from thermostat.
2. Mount wallplate as shown below.
MERCURY NOTICE
If this product is replacing a control that contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not
place the old control in the trash. Contact your local waste management authority
for instructions regarding recycling and proper disposal.
Grasp top and bottom of wa||p|ate
and pull to remove from thermostat.
CAUTION: ELECTRICAL HAZARD
Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage. Disconnect power before
beginning installation.
Drill 3/16” holes for drywall. Drill
7/32” holes for plaster.
Wa|| anchors
Wire ho|e Mounting screws
Must be installed by a trained, experienced technician
º Read these instructions carefu||y. Fai|ure to fo||ow these instructions
can damage the product or cause a hazardous condition.
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Power Requirements
Wiring
Connect the common side of the
transformer to “C” terminal. This
connection is mandatory.
Remove tab.
The thermostat is shipped from the fac-
tory with the coin cell installed. To keep
the battery from discharging during
shipment and storage, the thermostat is
shipped with a plastic tab inserted in the
battery holder. This tab must be removed
during installation. Simply pull the plastic
tab out of the battery tray. Make sure
that the battery tray is fully inserted into
the thermostat.
Push excess wire back into the wall opening.
Plug wall opening with non-flammable insulation.
Remove factory-installed jumper
only for two-transformer systems.
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K K
M32430
K K
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Wiring
See [notes] below
[1] Power supply. Provide disconnect means and overload protection as required.
[3} Connection to 24VAC common at the transformer is required.
[9} See "Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e" on page 14 for more details.
Terminal Designations
Conventional Terminal Letters:
R Heating power. Connect to second-
ary side of heating system trans-
former.
Rc Cooling power. Connect to second-
ary side of cooling system trans-
former.
C Common wire from secondary side
of cooling transformer (if 2 trans-
formers).
W 1st stage heat relay.
W2 2nd stage heat relay
Y 1st stage compressor contactor.
Y2 2nd stage compressor contactor.
G Fan relay.
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
Heat Pump Terminal Letters:
R Heating power. Connect to second-
ary side of heating system trans-
former.
Rc Cooling power. Connect to second-
ary side of cooling system trans-
former.
C Common wire from secondary side
of cooling system transformer.
Y 1st stage compressor contactor.
Y2 2nd stage compressor contactor.
Aux Auxiliary heat relay.
G Fan relay.
E Emergency heat relay.
L Heat pump reset (powered con-
tinuously when System is set to Em
Heat; system monitor when set to
Heat, Cool or Off).
O/B Changeover valve for heat pumps.
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
1H/1C System (1 transformer)
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
W Heat relay
Y Compressor contactor
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
Heat Only System
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
W Heat relay
C 24VAC common [3}
Heat Only System (Series 20)
Rc [R+Rc joined by jumper]
R Series 20 valve terminal “R” [1]
W Series 20 valve terminal “B”
Y Series 20 va|ve termina| "W"
C 24VAC common [3}
2H/2C System (1 transformer)
Y2 Cool relay 2
W2 Heat relay 2
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
W Heat relay 1
Y Cool relay 1
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
Wiring guide—conventional systems
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1H/1C Heat Pump (no auxiliary heat)
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
O/B Changeover valve [5]
Y Compressor relay
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
2H/1C Heat Pump (with auxiliary heat)
L Equipment monitor [6, 7]
E Emergency heat relay [8]
Aux Auxiliary heat relay (Heat 2) [8]
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
O/B Changeover valve [5]
Y Compressor relay
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
2H/2C Heat Pump (no auxiliary heat)
Y2 Compressor 2 relay
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
O/B Changeover valve [5]
Y Compressor 1 relay
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
1H/1C System (2 transformers)
Rc Power (cooling transformer) [1, 2]
R Power (heating transformer) [1, 2]
W Heat relay
Y Compressor contactor
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3, 4}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
Heat Only System With Fan
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
W Heat relay
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3}
Cool Only System
Rc Power [1]
R [R+Rc joined by jumper]
Y Compressor contactor
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
2H/2C System (2 transformers)
Y2 Cool relay 2
W2 Heat relay 2
Rc Power (cooling transformer) [1, 2]
R Power (heating transformer) [1, 2]
W Heat relay 1
Y Cool relay 1
G Fan relay
C 24VAC common [3, 4}
K Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e
Terminal [9]
Wiring guide—heat pump systems
Wiring
See [notes] below
[1] Power supply. Provide disconnect means and overload protection as required.
[2] Remove jumper for 2 transformer systems.
[3} Connection to 24VAC common at the transformer is required.
[4] Common connection must come from cooling transformer.
[5] O/B set to control as either O or B in installer setup.
[6] If L termina| is used, 24VAC common (termina| C} must be connected.
[7] Heat pump reset (powered continuously when thermostat is set to Em. Heat; system monitor
when set to Heat, Cool, or Off).
[8] Install field jumper between Aux and E terminals if there is no emergency heat relay.
[9} See "Optiona| THP9045 Wiring Modu|e" on page 14 for more details.
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SCHED HOLD
TUE
FAN
AUTO
Inside
70
aM 6:00
SYSTEM
HEAT
DONE
20 0120
DONE CANCEL
aM 6:00
SYSTEM
HEAT

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DONE
TUE
15
6 2006
DONE
TUE
PM 1:00
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Align pins on back of thermostat
with slots in wallplate, then push
gently until thermostat snaps into
place.
Mount thermostat
Set date and time
Press
to set time
Press
to set date
Press
to set month
Press
to set year
Installer setup
Press DONE to save changes.
Press DONE to save and exit.
1. Press SYSTEM. 2. Press and hold
these two buttons
until the display
changes.
3. Change settings
as required (see
pages 7-9).
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DONE
20 0120
DONE
20 0120
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Installer setup
Setting Function
Press DONE to exit & save settings. Press to
select function
Press to
change setting
Setup functions Settings & Options (factory default in bold)
0120 Year
(first two digits)
20 (2000-2078)
21 (2101-2178)
0130 Year
(second two digits)
10 (2010)
[Other options: 00-99]
0140 Month 6 [Other options: 1-12]
0150 Date 15 [Other options: 1-31]
0160 Schedule format 0 Nonprogrammable
4 Programmable
0165 Restore Energy
Saving Schedule
0 No
1 Yes
0170 System type 1 1 heat/1 cool conventional
2 1 heat/1 cool heat pump (no aux. heat)
3 Heat only (2-wire systems)
4 Heat only with fan
5 Hot water Series 20 system (power to open & close
zone valves/normally open zone valves)
6 Cool only
7 2 heat/1 cool heat pump (with aux. heat)
8 2 heat/2 cool multistage conventional
9 2 heat/1 cool multistage conventional
10 1 heat/2 cool multistage conventional
11 2 heat/2 cool heat pump (no aux. heat)
12 3 heat/2 cool heat pump (with aux. heat)
0180 Fan control
(heating)
0 Gas/Oil heat (equipment controls heating fan)
1 Electric furnace (thermostat controls heating fan)
0190 Changeover valve
(O/B terminal)
0 O terminal controls valve in cooling
1 B terminal controls valve in heating
0220 1st stage compres-
sor cycle rate
3 Recommended for most compressors
[Other options: 1, 2, 4, 5 or 6 CPH]
0230 2nd stage compres-
sor cycle rate
3 Recommended for most compressors
[Other options: 1, 2, 4, 5 or 6 CPH]
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Setup functions Settings & Options (factory default in bold)
0240 1st stage heat
cycle rate (CPH =
cycles per hour)
5 Gas or oil furnaces of less than 90% efficiency
1 Steam or gravity systems
3 Hot water systems & furnaces of 90%+ efficiency
9 Electric furnaces
[Other options: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 CPH]
0250 2nd stage heat
cycle rate (CPH)
5 Gas or oil furnaces of less than 90% efficiency
1 Steam or gravity systems
3 Hot water systems & furnaces of 90%+ efficiency
9 Electric furnaces
[Other options: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 CPH]
0260 3rd stage heat
cycle rate (CPH)
5 Gas or oil furnaces of less than 90% efficiency
1 Steam or gravity systems
3 Hot water systems & furnaces of 90%+ efficiency
9 Electric furnaces
[Other options: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 CPH]
0270 Emergency heat
cycle rate (CPH)
9 Electric emergency heat
1 Steam or gravity systems
3 Hot water systems & furnaces of 90%+ efficiency
5 Gas or oi| furnaces of |ess than 90¾ efficiency
[Other options: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 CPH]
0280 Continuous
Backlight
0 Backlight on for approx. 45 seconds after keypress
1 Backlight always on low intensity, full bright after keypress
(requires 24VAC connection}
0300 Manual/Auto
changeover
0 Manual changeover (Heat/Cool/Off)
1 Automatic changeover (Heat/Cool/Auto/Off)
0310 Auto changeover
deadband
3 Heat/cool temperature 3°F apart (1.5°C)
[Other options: 2-9 (2°F to 9°F/1°C to 5°C)])
0320 Temperature
display
0 Fahrenheit
1 Celsius
0330 Daylight savings 1 Auto-change to daylight savings time (through 2007, and for
areas that do not use the new 2008 DST calendar)
0 Daylight savings time is turned off
0500 Furnace filter
change reminder
0 Off
1 10-day run time (about 1 month)
2 30-day run time (about 3 months)
3 60-day run time (about 6 months)
4 90-day run time (about 9 months)
5 120-day run time (about 1 year)
6 180-day run time (about 1.5 years)
7 270-day run time (about 2 years)
8 365-day run time (about 3 years)
9 30 calendar days
10 60 calendar days
11 90 calendar days
12 120 calendar days
13 180 calendar days
14 365 calendar days
0502 Furnace filter
for Run time
0 Counts both heat and cool
1 Counts cool only
Installer setup
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Setup functions Settings & Options (factory default in bold)
0520 UV Lamp
Replacement
Reminder
0 Disabled
1 365 days
2 730 days
0530 Adaptive Intel-
ligent
Recovery™
1 On
0 Off
0540 Program periods 4 4 program periods (Wake, Leave, Return, Sleep)
2 2 program periods (Wake, S|eep}
0580 Compressor
protection
5 5 minute compressor off time
[Other options: 0, 1, 2, 3 or 4-minute off time]
0600 Heat temperature
range stop
90 Max. heat temperature setting is 90°F (32°C)
[Other options: 40-89°F (4°C to 32°C)]
0610 Cool temperature
range stop
50 Min. cool temperature setting is 50°F (10°C)
[Other options: 51-99°F (11°C to 37°C)]
0615 Energy Saving
Heat Setpoint
65 65°F (18.5°C)
40-90°F (4.5°C to 32°C)
0616 Energy Saving
Cooling Setpoint
78 78°F (25.5°C)
50-99°F (10°C to 37°C)
0640 Clock format 12 12-hour time (i.e., “3:30 pm”)
24 24-hour time (i.e., “15:30”)
0650 Extended fan
timer (heat)
0 Off
90 Fan runs for 90 seconds after call for heat ends
[Other options: 30, 60, 120]
0660 Extended fan
timer (cool)
0 Off
90 Fan runs for 90 seconds after call for cooling ends
[Other options: 30, 60, 120]
0670 Keypad lock 0 Keypad unlocked (fully functional)
1 Partially locked (access to temperature settings only)
2 Fully locked
0680 Heat temperature
control
2 Standard temperature control (recommended)
1 Choose if room is warmer than set temperature
3 Choose if room does not reach set temperature
0690 Cool temperature
control
2 Standard temperature control (recommended)
1 Choose if room is cooler than set temperature
3 Choose if room does not reach set temperature
0700 Temperature
display offset
0 Thermostat displays actual room temperature
[Other options: -3, -2, -1, 1, 2, 3°F offset (-1.5°C to 1.5°C)]
0710 Reset 0 No reset
1 Reset installer options & program schedule to factory
default (only date and time settings are retained)
rf10 Z-Wave Network
Connection
0 Remove
1 Add
rf20 Z-Wave Node
Connection
0 Idle
1 Send Node
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DONE
20 0120
DONE
1
0 TEST


M29488
During installer setup, press
repeatedly until “Test” appears.
Test
number
System
status
Press to
select test
Press to
change status
Press DONE to terminate testing.
1 Cooling system 0 Compressor and fan turn off
1 Compressor and fan turn on
2 Second stage compressor turns on
2 Fan system 0 Fan turns off
1 Fan turns on
3 Heating system 0 Heat and fan turn off
1 Heat turns on (fan on if Function 0170 is set for heat pump,
or if Function 0180 is set to “1”)
2 Second stage heat turns on
4 Emergency
heating system
0 Em Heat and fan turn off
1 Em Heat and fan turn on
2 Second stage heat turns on (Auxiliary heat)
System test System status
CAUTION: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD. Compressor protection is bypassed
during testing. To prevent equipment damage, avoid cycling the compressor quick-
ly.
Installer system test
Z-Wave enrollment
DONE
0 F
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10
RESET
1. To join a Z-Wave
network, set the
Z-Wave contro|-
ler to INCLUDE
mode.
2. Select 1 to add
thermostat to
Z-Wave network.
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F
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10
Wait
3. To remove the
thermostat from
the Z-Wave net-
work select 0.
Z-Wave enrollment
F
M32425
10
DONE
1 F
M32424
10
RESET
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Z-Wave enrollment
4. To share the
thermostat Node
information with
additiona| Z-Wave
devices select 1.
DONE
0 F20
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Z-Wave messages
Association
The thermostat can be associated with other devices in the system. Being associated means
that the thermostat is able to send messages directly to any other device. During the asso-
ciation process the return route is acquired from the primary controller. The thermostat then
uses this return route to access the distant node.
Enter/leave power saving mode
When requested from the Z-Wave contro||er, the thermostat adjusts its setpoint in order to
decrease the power consumption of the HVAC equipment.
In addition, using an Internet gateway enables the person to control the thermostat remotely
through the Internet.
Fan Switch
The thermostat can send the message containing the actual fan switch position.
Fan Switch change
The other devices are able to change the fan switch of the thermostat. After the message is
received, the fan switch is changed to the desired value (if this value is possible).
For the thermostat the possible values are On or Auto.
Add/ Remove
The thermostat can be inc|uded or exc|uded from the Z-Wave network. This action requires
the contro||er set in inc|usion mode. The device is inc|uded to the Z-Wave network after
sending the node information to the controller. The controller is responsible for assigning the
home ID and device ID to the included device.
Indoor temperature
The thermostat sends the indoor temperature using the Multilevel Sensor command class.
Report upon GET request
Upon request (GET command} the thermostat sends the corresponding report.
Setpoint Value
The thermostat can send the message containing the actual setpoint value based on set-
point change.
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Z-Wave messages
Setpoint change
Other Z-Wave devices are ab|e to modify the setpoint of the thermostat. There are two
possible ways to adjust the setpoint. The absolute value can be sent by the controller and
thermostat will change the setpoint to this value. Or the relative change of setpoint can be
sent by the controller. In this case the controller sends just the value that has to be added or
subtracted from the actual setpoint value. The thermostat will add or subtract the received
value from the actual setpoint.
System Switch
The thermostat can send the message containing the actual system switch based on system
switch change.
System switch change
Other devices (controllers) are able to change the system switch of the thermostat. After the
message is received by the thermostat, the system switch is changed to desired value (if this
value is possible).
Five possible switch modes are available for the thermostat: Heat / Cool / Off / Auto
/ Em Heat. The number of allowed system switch selection depends on the actual
configuration of the thermostat. The thermostat uses "Thermostat Mode Supported" report
command class to tell other devices the actually supported switch modes.
Thermostat Fan State
The thermostat can send the message containing the actual state of fan based on fan state
change. The Fan state can be either "Auto" or "On".
Thermostat Operating State
The thermostat can send the message containing the actua| state of the HVAC equipment
based on equipment state change.
The thermostat provides the following operating states:
º Id|e - no equipment on
º Heating - heating equipment on
º Coo|ing - coo|ing equipment on
º Fan On|y - on|y fan is on
º Pending Heat - minimum off time app|ied to protect the heat pump compressor
º Pending Coo| - minimum off time app|ied to protect the heat pump compressor
Time/Date
The thermostat can send the message containing the actual Time and Date.
Time/Date change
The time and date is able to be changed on the thermostat. After the message is received,
the time and/or date is changed to the desired value (if this value is possible).
Unsolicited Report Message
Sending the message is possible only if the thermostat is associated with any other node.
The thermostat will send the message using assigned node ID and return route.
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Special functions
Auto Changeover (Setup Function 0300}. When set to Auto, the thermostat automatica||y se|ects
heating or cooling depending on the indoor temperature. Heat and cool settings must be at least 2
degrees apart.
Adaptive Intelligent Recovery (Setup Function 0530): Allows the thermostat to “learn” how long
the furnace and air conditioner take to reach programmed temperature settings, so the tempera-
ture is reached at the scheduled time.
Compressor Protection (Setup Function 0580): Forces the compressor to wait a few minutes
before restarting, to prevent damage. During this time, the message "Wait" ñashes on the disp|ay.
The THP9045 Wiring Modu|e is designed to be used with app|icab|e thermostats in 1 Heat/1
Coo| retroñt app|ications where on|y 4 wires are avai|ab|e. The K termina| on the thermostat
can be used to operate both the fan and compressor on a single wire, and the module is de-
signed to receive the signa| from the K termina|, sp|it that signa| and reroute it to operate the
compressor, and/or fan for normal operation. See the THP9045 manual for further details.
Optional THP9045 Wiring Module
Temperature Ranges
º Heat. 40° to 90°F (4.5° to 32°C}
º Coo|. 50° to 99°F (10° to 37°C}
Operating Ambient Temperature
º 0° to 120°F (-18° to 48.9°C}
Shipping Temperature
º -30° to 150°F (-34° to 66°C}
Operating Relative Humidity
º 5¾ to 90¾ (non-condensing}
Physical Dimensions
º 4-23/25" H x 6-2/5" W x 1-19/46"
D
º 125 mm H x 166 mm W x 36 mm D
Electrical Ratings
Termina| Vo|tage (50/60Hz} Running Current
W Heating 20-30 Vac 0.02-1.0 A
(Powerpi|e} 750 mV DC 100 mA DC
W2 Heating 20-30 Vac 0.02-0.6 A
Y Coo|ing 20-30 Vac 0.02-1.0 A
Y2 Coo|ing 20-30 Vac 0.02-0.6 A
Aux Auxi|iary heat 20-30 Vac 0.02-1.0 A
O/B Changeover 20-30 Vac 0.02-0.6 A
E Emergency heat 20-30 Vac 0.02-1.0 A
L Heat pump reset 20-30 Vac 0.02-0.6 A
Specifications
Please contact your distributor to order replacement parts.
Cover plate* ............................................................ Part Number 32003796-001
*(Use to cover marks left by old thermostats.)
Accessories & replacement parts
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Regulatory information
FCC Compliance Statement (Part 15.19) (USA only)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
FCC Warning (Part 15.21) (USA only)
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Interference Statement (Part 15.105 (b)) (USA only)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reason-
able protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one of the following measures:
º Reorient or re|ocate the receiving antenna.
º Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
º Connect the equipment into an out|et on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
º Consu|t the dea|er or an experienced radio/TV technician for he|p.
Honeywell International Inc.
1985 Douglas Drive North
Go|den Va||ey, MN 55422
http://customer.honeywell.com
Automation and Control Solutions
® U.S. Registered Trademark.
US Patent No. 6,574,581, 6,975,958, 7,114,554,
7,346,467, 7,636,604, 7,693,582, 7,788,936, 7,845,576,
and other patents pending.
© 2011 Honeywell International Inc.
69-2486-01 M.S. 02-11
Printed in U.S.A.
Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée
35 Dynamic Drive
Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9
Z-Wave is a registered trademark of Zensys, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.


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