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Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats, Hotel FCU BACnet MS/TP, 2 Floating + 1 Aux

TB7305C5014B/U

Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats, Hotel FCU BACnet MS/TP, 2 Floating + 1 Aux

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Overview

The TB7300 PI thermostat family is specifically designed for fan coil control in commercial buildings. These communicating thermostats are available in BACnet® MS/TP and ZigBee® wireless mesh protocols and can be easily integrated into a WEBs-AX building automation system based on the NiagaraAX® platform. Select from a range of 24 Vac models that provide control of 2 or 4 pipe fan-coil units with on/off, floating or analog control and manual or automatic heat/cool changeover. Additionally, 3-speed fan control and auxiliary on/off heat control with relay (not included) are also supported. All models include a remote sensor input, two digital inputs, universal input, and an auxiliary output.

Features

  • Available in BACnet MS/TP and ZigBee wireless protocols
  • Backlit LCD display with dedicated function menu keys for simple operation
  • Internal humidity sensing for increased occupant comfort through dehumidification on some models
  • Fully integrated advanced occupancy functionality with a PIR cover provides energy savings opportunity on select models; all other models are PIR ready and can have an optional occupancy sensor cover added
  • Configurable sequences of operation
  • Configurable fan button allows thermostat to meet more applications with a single model
  • Password protection to minimize parameter tampering
  • Six levels of keypad lockout to limit access to change user parameters
  • 3-speed fan control
  • Auto Fan speed mode increases occupant comfort in cooling mode by reducing humidity and reduces fan noise
  • Available for 24 Vac on/off, floating or analog control meets advanced applications requirements
  • Three inputs for monitoring and other advanced functions
  • SPST auxiliary output that can be used for lighting or auxiliary reheat
  • All wiring connections are made to removable terminal blocks simplifying installation.

Product Specifications

Application
2 or 4 pipe On/Off or Floating fan coil, 24 Vac, Lodging
Dimensions (in.)
5 in. high x 3 2/5 in. wide x 1 3/20 in. deep
Dimensions (mm)
125 mm high x 86 mm wide x 29 mm deep
Includes
Remote Temperature Sensor Input, 2 Digital Inputs; 1 Universal Input; 1 Aux Output
Used With
Compatible with WEBs-AX
Item Type
Product
Mounting
Vertical
Electrical Ratings
Fan relay output: 30 Vac, 1A max, 3A in-rush; and Valve triac output: 30 Vac, 1A max, 3A in-rush
Frequency
50 Hz; 60 Hz
Approvals, Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
UL-873
Approvals, Canadian Standards Association
Certified
Operating Humidity Range (% RH)
0 to 95% RH, non-condensing
Supply Voltage
24 Vac with range from 19 to 30 Vac
Switch Positions (System)
OFF-HEAT-COOL-AUTO
Switch Positions (Fan)
HI-MED-LOW-AUTO-OFF
Operating Temperature Range (F)
32 F to 122 F
Operating Temperature Range (C)
0 C to 50 C
Approvals, Federal Communications Commission
FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A
Network Communications
BACnet MS/TP
Output
2 Floating +1 Aux
Color
White
Display
LCD
Changeover
Auto or Manual
Setting Temperature Range (F)
Heating: 40 F to 90 F; Cooling: 54 F to 100 F
Setting Temperature Range (C)
Heating: 4.5 C to 32 C; Cooling: 12.0 C to 37.5 C
Occupancy Sensor
Upgradeable with PIR occupancy sensor cover TB-PIR-RTU

Marketing Collateral

Sales/Promotional Materials-Quick Selection Guide for TB7600, TB7200, TB7300, TB-VWG-APP-1014 Communicating Thermostats (English)

Wiring-Wiring example of single remote room sensor

Wiring-Wiring examples with 2 remote room sensors for averaging applications

Wiring-Wiring examples of 3 remote room sensors for averaging applications

Wiring-Wiring example of single remote room sensor

Wiring-Wiring examples of 2 remote room sensors for averaging applications

Wiring-Wiring examples of 3 remote room sensors for averaging applications

Wiring-Floor plan with proposed thermostats to be installed

Wiring-Non-clear line of sight distance between 2 thermostat nodes is a maximum of 50 M

Wiring-Proposed floor plan with three hop radiuses

Wiring-Fully deployed wireless network will outperform the point-to-point wireless surv

Wiring-Minimum 3 feet (1 M) between Wi-Fi equipment and Honeywell wireless devices

Technical Documents

Product Data and Specifications-Specification Data for TB7300, TB-VWG-APP-1014 Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats (English)

Maintenance/Product Reference Materials-Integration Manual for BACnet Integration Manual for TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats (English)

Installation Materials-Installation Instructions for TB-VWG-APP-1014 TB7300 Series Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats 24 Vac for Commercial and Lodgi

Installation Materials-Installation Instructions for TB7200, TB7300, TB7600, TB-PIR, TB-PIR-FCU-C, TB-PIR-FCU-L, TB-PIR-RTU, TB-PIR-ZN, TB-VWG-APP-101

Application Guides-PIR Application Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats (English)

Maintenance/Product Reference Materials-Product Reference for TB7300 Fan Coil BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (English)

Maintenance/Product Reference Materials-Application Guide for TB7200, TB7300, TB7600 Series Communicating Thermostats (English)