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If you intend to install the pool/spa remote sensor, you ll wind up having to perform some plumbing work when you have to install a T junction in the spa s plumbing All the sensors can be located up to 500 feet away from the thermostat, but are hardwired using 22-gauge wire
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Installation
Thermostats that are used in conjunction with home automation systems vary depending on the functions they offer For instance, some thermostats simply replace your existing thermostat, while others require a connection to a telephone controller or a home computer The particular thermostat we are focusing on for this discussion is the TX15 X10 thermostat, which is similar in design and function to other X10 thermostats and is comprised of two components:
Wall display unit (WDU) This is the unit that mounts to the wall
and will be the physical interface between the homeowner and the thermostat It contains pushbuttons and an internal temperature sensor The WDU connects to the control unit with four-wire cable This unit also connects to the X10 interface and a 12 VDC power supply input so that X10 signals can be sent and received
Control unit This device works in tandem with the WDU and
responds to commands from the WDU, as well as X10 instructions Where the WDU provides a user interface, the control unit is the device that actually performs the thermostatic functions, sending commands to the HVAC system To provide X10 functionality, an X10 interface is plugged into a 110 VAC wall receptacle Not only does the X10 interface receive commands to facilitate the remote change of temperatures, it can also transmit information via X10 commands
How the Thermostat Uses X10
Unlike other X10 devices, the TX15 does not use small dials to establish House and Unit Codes Rather, it uses four DIP switches which, when set in the 16 possible combinations, represent X10 House Codes The unit utilizes a total of eight DIP switches (switches 1 4 are used to manage such settings as Fahrenheit or Celsius display and other system variables) Switches 5 8 are used to manage the X10 House Codes Using a binary code (the switch is on or it is off ), the different combinations of switches correlate to various House Codes For example, the following switches correspond to the House Code A :
Switch 5 On Switch 7 Off Switch 6 Off Switch 8 On
If the switches are all off, then the corresponding House Code is J ; all on is used to specify House Code M
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WDU Installation
To install the TX15 X10 thermostat, follow these steps:
1 Choose a location that will represent the ideal temperature of your home For example, stay away from locations that are prone to drafts, near doors, near windows, or where direct sunlight will hit the WDU
Selecting the Best Location for Your Thermostat
When considering placement, it s most likely you ll replace an existing thermostat with the X10 device, as the wiring is already in place and you don t want a hole in the wall where the old device used to connect That s not to suggest you shouldn t select a new location if you prefer the new X10 thermostat to be placed elsewhere, go for it The only problem is that you ll have to pull wire to the new location and patch up the hole in the wall from the old thermostat
2 Feed the wires to the WDU through the access hole in the back of the case 3 Mount the WDU to the wall with screws or wall anchors
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