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Honeywell Communicating
Thermostats Overview

TB7200, TB7300 & TB7600 Series

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TB7200, TB7300, & TB7600 Series


Communicating thermostats for WEBs
-
AX™
building control systems built on the

NiagaraAX® Framework



Network protocols offered

-
BACnet® MS/TP

-
ZigBee® Wireless Mesh



Meet a variety of application needs

-
TB7200 Series

Zoning for pressure dependent VAV, hot water reheat, etc.

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TB7300 Series

Fan coil units (FCU) for commercial buildings and hotels

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TB7600 Series

Rooftop units and heat pumps

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Value Propositions


For
ACI, ACS, and WEBs contractors
who need a broad selection of
communicating thermostats that can be integrated into a WEBs
-
AX building
automation system these thermostats provide:

-
BACnet and ZigBee wireless mesh communication protocols that help fill a
gap in our thermostat portfolio

-
Fan coil, heat pump, rooftop unit and zoning thermostats to meet a wide
range of application needs

-
A common interface for a broad range of applications

-
An opportunity to retrofit existing non
-
communicating thermostats to
communicating with BACnet or wireless

-
Remote system access for monitoring and control

-
Reduced labor costs with wireless solution where wired solution is difficult

-
Quality products backed by testing administered by Honeywell



For
Consulting Engineers
who need a

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A simple solution with models that meet a wide variety of application needs

-
An opportunity to earn LEED points

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A strong channel of contractors to program/install systems




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Value
Propositions



For
facility managers
that need to respond quickly to HVAC related
complaints from tenants and ease of use these thermostats provide:

-
The ability to manage & view thermostats from a central location

-
A solution that easy to use and maintain

-
Network visibility of alarms and equipment status

-
A simple solution with models that meet a wide variety of application needs



For
building owners
that need energy savings and a cost
-
effective
thermostat solution for a variety of applications these thermostats
provide:

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An opportunity to save on energy costs with integrated occupancy sensing
models and economizer models

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An opportunity to earn LEED points

-
A cost
-
effective solution

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A simple solution with models that meet a wide variety of application needs

-
An attractive design

-
A broad offering of BACnet and wireless thermostats from a single
manufacturer

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TB7200/7300/7600 Thermostat Features

Removable terminal blocks
simplifies installation

On board communication
interface for BACnet or
ZigBee wireless

PIR occupancy sensor
option connection

All necessary I/O on board
for control applications

Small footprint for
attractive wall presence

Hinged circuit board
simplifies installation

Up to 3 configurable inputs
supports a variety of
equipment monitoring
peripherals & one multi
-
function aux output

Local configuration utility
with configurable control
sequences through backlit
LCD interface

Simple and intuitive menu
driven user interface

On board temperature &
models with humidity
sensing

All Thermostats Share Many of the Same Features!

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TB7200/7300/7600 Thermostat Features


Backlit LCD display



Set display for
°
F or
°
C



Password protection to minimize parameter tampering



Multi
-
level keypad lockout



PI control with adjustable proportional band



10K NTC Type 2 sensor Inputs



Programming stored in EEPROM



All models 24 VAC


All Thermostats Share Many of the Same Features!

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TB7600/7300/7200 Thermostat Features



Backlit LCD display



Set display for
°
F or
°
C



Password protection to
minimize parameter
tampering



Multi
-
level keypad lockout



PI control with adjustable
proportional band



10K NTC Type 2 sensor Inputs



Programming stored in
EEPROM




Integrated occupancy
sensing with PIR models; all
models PIR ready



All models 24 VAC



TB7600 with Occupancy

Sensor Cover

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Honeywell RTU/Heat Pump Control Options

T7350H Thermostats

LON


TB7600 Series

RTU/Heat Pump
Thermostats

BACnet

&
ZigBee

Wireless




Excel 10 W7750

CVAHU

Configurable Controllers

LON



Spyder

Programmable Unitary Controllers

LON &
BACnet


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TB7600 Series Overview


For RTU and heat pump applications


Simple, five button user interface


Configurable digital inputs


One SPST configurable auxiliary
output


Sensing inputs

-
Remote indoor

-
Outdoor air

-
Mixed air


Integrated freeze protection


Occupied and unoccupied setpoints


3 levels of keypad lockout


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TB7600 Series Model Options


Rooftop unit model options

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1 heat / 1 cool or 2 heat / 2 cool


Programmable or non
-
programmable


Humidification/dehumidification


Economizer



Heat pump model options

-
3 heat / 2 cool


Programmable or non
-
programmable


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TB7600 Model Selection

TB7 6 5 2 H 5 0 0 0 W
TB765 2 H 5000 W
Step 1
Step 5
Step 6
Example
Step 2
No local scheduling/
Non programmable
Local scheduling/
Programmable
0
5
50
55
PIR ready but PIR
cover not included
Factory assembled
with PIR cover
PROGRAMMABILIT
Y
PIR OPTIONS
COMMUNIC
A
TION
OPTIONS
BACnet MS/T
P
ZigBee wireless
W
B
MODE
L
3H/2C heat pump applications
No economizer or humidity sensor
Scheduling (Programmable)
Ready for PIR cover
Wireless communications
M16988
Step 4
1H/1C rooftop unit
applications
2H/2C rooftop unit
applications
A
B
APPLIC
A
TION
3H/2C heat pump
applications
H
Step 3
Local scheduling/
Programmable
0
2
ECONOMIZER/
HUMIDIT
Y
CONTRO
L
With Economizer
No local scheduling/
Non programmable
No local scheduling/
Non programmable
5
With Economizer
Local scheduling/
Programmable
6
With Humidification/
Dehumidification
control
7
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Honeywell FCU Control Options

SuitePRO

FCU Thermostats

Non
-
communicating


TB7300 Series

FCU

Thermostats

BACnet

&
ZigBee

Wireless





Excel 10 W7752 FCU Configurable Controllers

LON



Spyder

Unitary Programmable Controllers

LON &
BACnet

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TB7300 Series Overview


Fan coil unit applications


Lodging/hotel and commercial models


Lodging/hotel Models

Color icons on cover

Center button
°
C /
°
F

Commercial Models

No color icon on cover

Center button override

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TB7300 Series Features


Configurable local sequences of operations


2 pipe and 4 pipes applications


Cooling only or heating only



Cooling with reheat / heating with reheat



Cooling / heating 2 outputs


Cooling / heating single output changeover


Cooling / heating 2 outputs with reheat



Cooling / heating single output changeover with reheat


6 levels of keypad lockout


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TB7300 Series Features


1, 2, or 3 speed fan control and auto fan speed mode


Models with onboard humidity sensor


SPST auxiliary output

-
Reheat control

-
Lighting control or fresh air


Occupied, standby and unoccupied setpoints


Three configurable inputs

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Local nighttime setback input

-
Local motion detector input

-
Window contact

-
Door contact

-
Filter or other service alarm

-
Change over with dry contact or with analog sensor

-
-
Supply sensor monitoring

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TB7300 Series Model Options


Lodging/hotel models and commercial

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2 On/off

-
2 on/off or floating

-
2 analog



Onboard humidity sensor model option

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2 on/off

-
2 on/off or floating

-
2 analog


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TB7300 Series Model Selection

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Honeywell Zoning Portfolio

ZonePRO

Zoning Thermostats

Non
-
communicating


TB7200 Series Zoning Thermostats

BACnet

&
ZigBee

Wireless





Excel 10 W7751 Configurable VAV
Controllers

LON



Spyder

VAV Programmable Controllers

LON &
BACnet


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TB7200 Series Overview


For zoning applications



Simplified user interface
designed for zoning
applications

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Equivalent to simple dial
use

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Provides digital interface
for local status



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TB7200 Series Features


Two models meet 85% of zoning application needs




Control simple unitary end devices

-
Pressure dependent VAV with or without local reheat

-
1 or 2 0
-
10 Vdc analog or floating device

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Cooling and/or heating

-
Auxiliary reheat output



Direct setpoint adjustment and local override access for end
users



Occupied, standby and unoccupied setpoints



Auxiliary output

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Reheat control

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Lighting control or fresh air




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TB7200 Series Features


Three configurable inputs

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Local nighttime setback input

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Local motion detector input

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Window contact

-
Door contact

-
Filter or other service alarm

-
Supply sensor monitoring



4 levels of keypad lockout



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TB7200 Models & Applications


TB7200C1014

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2 on/off or floating outputs with isolated reheat



TB7200F1014

-
2 analog (0
-
10 Vdc) outputs with isolated reheat



Applications supported

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Pressure dependent VAV

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Off/off proportional chilled water valve

-
On/off proportional hot water valve

-
On/off or floating chilled water valve

-
On/off or proportional electric reheat

-
Radiant heat control


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TB7200 Series Model Selection

TB7 2 0 0 F 5 0 0 0 B
TB7200 F 5000 B
Step 1
Step 3
Step 4
Example
Step 2
Floating or on-o
f
f digital
control outputs
Analog 0-10 Vdc control
outputs
C
F
50
55
PIR ready but PIR cover
not included
Factory assembled with
PIR cover
CONTRO
L
OUTPUT TYPE
PIR OPTIONS
COMMUNIC
A
TION OPTIONS
BACnet MS/T
P
ZigBee wireless
W
B
MODE
L
Analog outputs
Ready for PIR cover
BACnet MS/T
P
communications
M16987
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TB7200/7300/7600 Series Accessories


Occupancy Sensing for Wireless & BACnet Models

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TB
-
PIR
-
RTU

RTU and Heat pump Occupancy Sensor Cover

-
TB
-
PIR
-
FCU
-
C

Commercial Occupancy Sensor Cover

-
TB
-
PIR
-
FCU
-
L

Lodging/Hotel Occupancy Sensor Cover

-
TB
-
PIR
-
ZN

Zone Occupancy Sensor Cover


Wireless Models Only

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TB
-
VWG
-
APP
-
1014

Wireless Communication Card (required)

-
TB
-
RP5000W

Wireless Repeater

-
TB
-
RA
-
1014

Wireless Remote Antenna Base


Full range of 10K NTC Type II Sensors

Occupancy Sensor

Cover

Wireless Comm

Card

Wireless Repeater

Wireless Remote

Antenna Base

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Compatibility

WEBs
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AX
Controller

Thermostats / Controller

WEBStation
-
AX

.Jar Files

BACnet

Wireless

WEB
-
2xx

126*

30

3.0 or later

4.0.4.8 or

greater

Wireless models
only

WEB
-
6xx

50

3.0 or later

WEB
-
7xx

50

3.5 or later

* 128 total devices supported. One node used by controller and one for a repeater.

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What to Know About Wireless Thermostats


Eliminates wiring to the network, making retrofits the ideal
application for these thermostats



Total installed cost for wireless jobs impacted by building
architecture and labor costs



Review the Wireless Installation and Integration Reference
Guide (form number 63
-
4522) to learn more



Contractor should complete a site survey prior to bidding a job



Get From
parameter copies setup from a like thermostat



TB
-
VWG
-
APP
-
1014 wireless communication card required

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WEB
-
2xx / WEB
-
6xx: Option slot 1; serial port COM1

-
WEB
-
7xx: Option slot 1 or 2; serial port COM3 or COM4



The wireless channel parameter should be set at

15 or 25


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About ZigBee Wireless Mesh


2.4 GHz frequency band per IEEE 802.15.4



Small, low
-
power digital radio



Each node (or device) acts as a router



Self
-
healing network



Range

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50 ft (15M) range typical

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100 ft (30M) open air (environment will impact max range)

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ZigBee Device Addresses


6 ZigBee addresses per device (these aren’t the
same as the device IDs, under the hood).



Once assigned stored in flash memory



Address is only lost if a new PAN ID or Channel
parameter is assigned to the network

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Basic Network Design & Deployment


Use a per floor horizontal architecture instead of a vertical one

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Transmissions from one floor to the next may be possible in some
applications such as a stairway)

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Thermostat antenna is designed for horizontal distance, not
vertical

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Expect to use one WEBs controller and TB
-
VWG
-
APP
-
1014 card per
floor

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Radio transmissions do not travel through steel



Avoid metal, brick walls, or concrete obstructions between
devices as much as possible



Drywall construction

-
Clear line
-
of
-
sight: 100 ft max device range

-
Obstructed line
-
of
-
site: 50 ft max device range



A dense clusters of thermostats will allow network to
recover from temporary disturbances more quickly

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ZigBee Wireless Mesh Network


Low cost installation



Easy to implement



Reliable data transfer



Very low power consumption



Influenced by the same factors that affect other
wireless systems:

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Interference from radio emitters

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Electronic devices

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Solid objects that may slow or stop communication between
devices



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Basic Network Design & Deployment


Distance between
thermostats or repeaters
and other wireless
devices such as wireless
routers and laptops to
avoid interference

-
10 ft (3M) recommended

-
3 ft (1M) minimum


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Basic Network Design & Deployment


Locate controller & wireless card

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Near or in direct line
-
of
-
sight to as many thermostats as
possible

-
Near the center of associated thermostats



Install one thermostat within 50 ft of the controller &
wireless card for every 10 thermostats installed



Wireless antenna on wireless card should be
perpendicular to the floor



Install a TB
-
RA
-
1014 wireless remote

antenna if controller & wireless card are

mount in a metal cabinet


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ZigBee Network Site Survey Preparation


Create a floor plan layout showing device locations



Prepare equipment for site survey

-
WEBs
-
AX controller with wireless communication card

-
Wireless thermostats configured with the same channel and PAN
ID as the wireless communication card



Perform the site survey during business hours when other
wireless devices and electronic devices will be in use



Site surveys provide a worst case scenario of a point
-
to
-
point
application; when all wireless thermostats are present the
network will route signals more efficiently

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ZigBee Network Site Survey


On Site

1.
Start the Station in WEBs
-
AX Workbench

2.
Check the signal strength of both thermostats at
the controller/wireless card

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ZigBee Network Site Survey


On Site

1.
Position the controller/ wireless communication card in a
central location to the thermostat network

2.
Determine the coverage radius by walking to each cluster of
thermostats


20% signal strength.

5 Hops Max To/from the Controller

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ZigBee Network Site Survey


On Site

3.
Note the signal strength for each proposed thermostat
location

-
A value from 10


100% indicates good connectivity

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A value below 10% may indicate the need for a repeater or
relocating the thermostat


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ZigBee Network Site Survey


On Site

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ZigBee Network Site Survey


On Site

5 Hops Maximum

More Than 5 Hops Require a Second Controller with Wireless Card

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What to Know About BACnet Installations


EIA
-
485 BACnet Standard



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Number of Devices on a BACnet Network

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64 devices per segment (includes the controller)


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128 devices per network (includes the controller and
repeaters)


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Wiring a BACNet Network

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Daisy chain configuration


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Max daisy chain length is 4000 ft (1200 m)


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Wiring to the Network Adapter


Polarity sensitive


Status LED can help troubleshoot network communication
problems


Avoid using the Ref terminal to wire shields


Ground the joined shield connection at a single point on the
segment

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More Information


Beyondinnovation.honeywell.com

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Marketing literature, photos, press release, sales
presentation, etc.



Specifyhoneywell.com

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Technical and marketing literature

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Guide specs and wiring diagrams



Buildingsforum.honeywell.com

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.Jar files for wireless models

-
Guide specs and wiring diagrams



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Literature


Spec Data

Marketing

Literature

67
-
7498

TB7200, TB7300, & TB7600 Series Thermostats Selection Guide

Specification Data Sheets

63
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2708

TB7200 Series Communicating Zone Thermostats

63
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2709

TB7300 Series Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats

63
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2706

TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats

63
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2707

TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats with
Humidity Control

Order printed literature from literature.honeywell.com

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Literature


Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions

62
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2019

TB7200 Series Communicating Zone Thermostats

62
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2018

TB7300 Series Communicating Fan Coil Thermostats

62
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2016

TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats

62
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2017

TB7600 Series Communicating RTU/Heat Pump Thermostats with
Humidity Control

62
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2021

Occupancy Sensor Cover for TB7200/7300/7600 Series
Communicating Thermostats

62
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2022

Wireless Repeater for Wireless Communicating Thermostats

62
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2020

WEBs Wireless Communication Card for TB7200/7300/7600
Thermostats

Download literature from customer.honeywell.com

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Literature


Reference Guides

Reference

Guides

63
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4522

Wireless Installation & Integration Reference Guide for
TB7200/7300/7600 Thermostats

63
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4524

BACnet

Integration Reference Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series

63
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4523

BACnet

Integration Reference Guide for TB7600 Series

63
-
4526

PIR Application Guide for TB7200 and TB7300 Series Thermostats



63
-
4525

PIR Application Guide for TB7600 Series Thermostats

63
-
4527

TB7200, TB7300, and TB7600 Communicating Thermostats
Application Guide

Download from customer.honeywell.com