directions for Duct Stat Plug in Thermostat.
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*With the use
of any electrical appliance, it is important to observe all basic precautions to
minimize the risk associated with use, such as electrical shock, fire, or injury
to persons. Read these instructions before using your Ductstat® Plug-In
Thermostat™.If you have doubts or are unfamiliar with this type of
installation work, seek the services of a qualified electrician.
ESPEnergy, LLC. assumes no responsibility for installation of the Ductstat®.
For your safety and protection follow all instructions and adhere to applicable
building and/or electrical codes.*
In order to prevent excessive stress on the
mounting screws support the Ductstat® unit when unplugging connected devices.
Do NOT use the Ductstat® outdoors or in
The Ductstat® is intended to control the
automatic On/Off operation of In-Line Duct Fans™ installed in the ductwork of
forced air distribution systems.
The Ductstat® can also control the line
voltage to any electrical device with a maximum 5 Amperes for inductive loads.
All Suncourt In-Line Duct Fans™ are inductive loads.
The Ductstat® is equipped with an external,
replaceable 5 AMP fuse to protect the electronic circuitry from overload or
1. Locate the position between the In-Line
Duct Fan™ and the register where you wish to mount the Ductstat® Mount
between 1 and 10 feet downstream from the In-Line Duct Fan™.
2. Tape the template supplied with the
Ductstat® to the air duct to mark the mounting holes to be drilled.
3. Drill a hole in the air duct for the Air
Intake Hole shown on the template. This hole should be ˝" in diameter.
4. Drill holes in the air duct to line up
with the appropriate holes located on the template. On round ducts, two screws
placed through the slots in Ductstat® unit's base will be adequate (placement
shown on template). On square or rectangular ducts use four screws, one at each
corner of the Ductstat® (placement shown on template).
5. Tighten the supplied screws snugly in the
appropriate placement for your ductwork. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN
6.Wire a grounded power cord to the In-Line
Duct Fan™ and plug into the outlet on the face of the Ductstat® unit.
7. Plug the Ductstat® power cord into a 110
volt grounded household outlet.
8. Follow Operation/Settings to adjust the
selections: OFF to stop operation of the In-Line Duct Fan™.
ON for continuous
running of the In-Line Duct Fan™.
AUTO HEAT for
automatic on/off to boost warm air.
AUTO COOL for
automatic on/off to boost cool air.
Differential switch provides control over On/Off cycling.
the Function switch to AUTO HEAT.
the Function switch to AUTO COOL.
To shorten the length of time that your In-Line
Duct Fan™ continues to run after the forced air furnace or air conditioner has
shut off rotate the set point knob control slightly further as in step two.
Should you experience frequent on/off cycling
move the set differential switch to max position.
EXPOSE YOUR DUCTSTAT® TO TEMPERATURES OVER 160°F (71°C)
1. Make sure the blower on your furnace is
2. Set the Sensitivity Differential switch
to the MIN position.
3. Set the Function switch to Auto Heat
(winter) or Auto Cool (summer).
4. To adjust the In-Line Duct Fan™ motor
ON/OFF point rotate the Set Point knob in the proper direction for your heating
or cooling application until the In-Line Duct Fan™ motor switches ON, then
slightly turn the control knob in the opposite direction until the In-Line Duct
Fan™ motor stops. DO NOT FORCE.
STEP ONE Turn counter clockwise until fan
STEP TWO Turn clockwise to point where the fan
STEP ONE Turn clockwise until fan motor runs
STEP TWO Turn counter clockwise until fan motor
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