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Radar85
23-09-2012, 08:16 PM
I am having issues with a piece of equipment. I am an apprentice and need help on this one.
The unit is an york xp060 rooftop, the thermostat is a honneywell focus pro 5000. The T stat has a terminal for O like any other but the york does not. it has an itelligent board that energizes o for you. So I am not sure where to wire this so it will function properly. Also it has to work with a 20 kw electic heat strips.
the terminals on the stat are basic, R-C-Y-G-Aux/E-L-O/B. The terminal on the York are R-C-Y1-Y2-W1-W2-X-G.
Any help would be appreciated

install monkey
23-09-2012, 08:25 PM
http://www.mediafire.com/view/?3p3p5i11bcpm5bt
installation manual

install monkey
23-09-2012, 08:36 PM
http://www.mediafire.com/view/?ukuhvldq1a0oxkd
technical guide- has wiring diagrams in the back

al
23-09-2012, 09:14 PM
the terminals on the stat are basic, R-C-Y-G-Aux/E-L-O/B. The terminal on the York are R-C-Y1-Y2-W1-W2-X-G.
Any help would be appreciated

R is power
C is common
Y1/2 is cooling
W 1/2 is heating

you don't need O
The model number does not appear to be a heatpump, is this correct?
If not wire the heaters to W1 to energise though a relay
all control voltage is 24v (in this country anyway)

al

Magoo
24-09-2012, 06:28 AM
Hello radar.
generally speaking low voltage is the same as or less than 3 phase supply where ever you live, high voltage is the scary stuff above that, like 1.1Kv and upwards from that, get a suitable multimeter Cat 3 minimum, to identify what you are working with.

neculai
20-11-2012, 05:48 PM
Check the wiring diagram! It's all about you, not the thermostat.