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Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 Installation Manual

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FEATURE

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Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 PRODUCT

About Honeywell
The corporate headquarters of the American multinational conglomerate Honeywell International Inc. is in Charlotte, North Carolina. Aerospace, building technologies, performance materials and technology, and safety and productivity solutions make up its four main business sectors.

Reference to key features

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-1

ATTENTION: MERCURY RECYCLING NOTICE
This product does not contain mercury. However, this product may replace a product that contains mercury. Mercury and products containing mercury should not be discarded in household trash.

For more information on how and where to properly recycle a thermostat containing mercury in the United States, please refer to the Thermostat Recycling Corporation at www.thermostat-recycle.org.

For mercury thermostat recycling in Canada, please refer to Switch the Stat at www.switchthestat.ca

Getting started

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-2

Follow these basic steps to install this thermostat, set installer options, and connect to the Wi-Fi network.

NOTE:
For the product data sheet, please go to forwardthinking.honeywell.com

Installing the thermostat

  1. Separate wallplate from thermostat.
    Press the button on top and pull to remove the wallplate. Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-3
  2. Mount wallplate as shown. Mount new wallplate using screws and anchors included with the thermostat.
    Drill 3/16-in holes for drywall.
    Drill 7/32-inch holes for plaster.Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-4
  3. Connect power.
    24VAC power is required. Connect the common side of the transformer to C terminal.
  4. Wire the thermostat.
    Refer to the table and wiring diagrams on the next page.

     

    • a Turn on 24VAC NOW. 24VAC (C wire) is required.Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-5
  5. Mount thermostat on wallplate.
    Align the thermostat at the bottom and snap it into place as shown.

Terminal Designations

Conventional System Heat Pump
Terminal Description Terminal Description
C The common wire from the secondary side of the cooling transformer (if 2 transformers). C The common wire is from the secondary side of the cooling transformer.
Rc* Cooling power. Rc Cooling power.
R* Heating power. R Heating power.
W Heat Stage 1 O/B Changeover valve for heat pumps.
W2 Heat Stage 2 AUX-E Backup Heat/Emergency Heat
Y Compressor Stage 1 Y Compressor Stage 1
Y2 Compressor Stage 2 Y2 Compressor Stage 2
G Fan Relay G Fan Relay
A Connect to Economizer Module or Lighting Panel (TOD). L/A Connect to Compressor Monitor, Zone Panel, Economizer Module or Lighting Panel (TOD).
U1 / U1 Universal relay for humidification, dehumidification, ventilation, or a stage of heating/cooling. U1 / U1 Universal relay for humidification, dehumidification, ventilation, or a stage of heating/cooling.
S1 / S1 Universal input for a wired indoor, outdoor, or discharge sensor. S1 / S1 Universal input for a wired indoor, outdoor or discharge sensor.
K** Connect to K on the Wire Saver module. K** Connect to K on the Wire Saver module.

Remove the factory-installed jumper for two transformer systems. The THP9045A1023 Wire Saver module is used on heat/cool systems when you only have four wires at the thermostat and you need a fifth wire for a common wire.

Use the K terminal in place of the Y and G terminals on conventional or heat pump systems to provide control of the fan and the compressor through a single wire—the unused wire then becomes your common wire. See THP9045 instructions for more information.

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-6

Performing installer setup

Setup options define the type of system you are installing and your preferences for the display.

  1. Follow the prompts on the screen to select the appropriate options. Among the screens you might see will be options for:
    1. Application, either Residential or Commercial. Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-7
    2. Thermostat Name, which will enable you to identify it if you’re installing more than one thermostat (for a zoned HVAC application, for instance).
    3. Thermostat Type, either programmable or not, depending on preference. Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-8
    4. Temperature scale, either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
    5. Use outdoor temp.
      NOTE: Choose WIRED/SENSOR if your application will require a wired sensor, or will use the Internet for weather data. Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-9
    6. The type of heating system.
    7. For all installer options, press the up or down buttons to change the option.
    8. Press Next to move to the next setting, and Done when setup is complete.

Wiring

Wiring guide—conventional systems

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-10

See [notes] below

  1. Power supply. Provide disconnect means and overload protection as required.
  2. Remove jumper for 2-transformer systems.
  3. The common connection must come from the cooling transformer if a 2-transformer installation.

Wiring guide—heat pump systems

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-11

See [notes] below

  • [1] Power supply. Provide disconnect means and overload protection as required.
  • [4] O/B is set to control as either O or B in the installer setup.
  • [5] Heat pump reset (powered continuously when the thermostat is set to Em. Heat; system monitors when set to Heat, Cool, or Off).

Connecting to Wi-Fi

After the installer setup, you will be prompted to connect to a Wi-Fi network.

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-12

NOTE:
If you select No, the homeowner can connect to the Wi-Fi network later. (See “Connecting to Wi-Fi later” on page 10
or in the User’s Guide.) The thermostat will display its Home screen and the thermostat setup is complete.

  1. Connect to the Wi-Fi network now. Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-13
    1. Press Yes. The thermostat will scan for available
      Wi-Fi networks.
    2. Use the arrow buttons to scroll up/ down or left/right. Press the Wi-Fi network name, then press Select.
      NOTE: If the Wi-Fi network name is hidden, see “Connecting to a Hidden Wi-Fi network” on page 12.
    3. When prompted, press the screen to edit the password (if necessary).
    4. Enter the password. Press the up/ down buttons to change the letter or number. Press the button to move to the next character, or the button to move to the previous character. Use the up/ down buttons at the bottom to change the letter case. Press Done when complete.
    5. The screen will let you know when the connection is successful. Press Done when the connection is successful. If the connection is not successful, the screen will explain why not. See “Unsuccessful connection” on page 11. Follow the instructions on the screen to try again.
      NOTE: Press the Help button for more information about an unsuccessful connection.
  2. The homeowner must have a Total Connect Comfort account. Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-14
    1. Have the homeowner go to mytotalconnectcomfort.com and follow the instructions to log in or create an account.
    2. Press the t button to display MAC and CRC.
    3. Note the Thermostat MAC and CRC; they will be needed during registration. Or, refer to the User’s Guide.

Finding the password

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-15

  • To make changes to Installer Setup
  • To perform an Installer Test

Finding the password
You can find the date code on the back of the thermostat, or touch Menu, select Dealer Information, and scroll to the bottom to see Date Code.

  1. Touch Menu.
  2. Select Dealer Information. Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-16
  3. Scroll down to see the Date Code.

Making changes to Installer Setup and performing an Installer Test

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-17

  1. Touch Menu.
  2. Select Installer Options.
  3. Enter the password (date code) and touch Done. See “Finding the password” on page 9 to find the date code.
  4. Select Installer Setup or Installer Test.
  5. Follow the prompts on the screen to select the desired setup options or to perform an equipment test.

Checking signal strength

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-18

After you successfully connect to the Wi-Fi network (see “Connecting to Wi-Fi” step 1.5), the thermostat will display signal strength. The signal strength symbols have the following meanings:

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-19

You can also check signal strength at any time after the thermostat is connected to the Wi-Fi network by pressing MENU and then Wi-Fi Setup.

Connecting to Wi-Fi later

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-20

  1. Press MENU, then Wi-Fi Setup.
  2. Follow the prompts on-screen (and in “Connecting to Wi-Fi”) to select the Wi-Fi network and enter the password.
    NOTE: To view and set the Wi-Fi thermostat remotely, the homeowner must have a Total Connect Comfort account. See “Connecting to Wi-Fi” step 2.

Unsuccessful connection

If you are unsuccessful in connecting the thermostat to the Wi-Fi network, you will see a Connection Failed screen. Press the DOWN button for other tips about this failed connection. Here are three specific reasons the connection might be unsuccessful. For all Connection Failed screens, pressing Done will return to the Menu screen.

Invalid Password

The password you entered is invalid. Check that you have the right password and try again. Press Done to return to “Connecting to Wi-Fi” step 1.3 on page 8.

No IP Address

The thermostat was unable to obtain an IP address from the router. Verify the router is correctly set up to automatically assign IP addresses. This connection can take several minutes. If there is still no connection, remove the thermostat from the wallplate for 10 seconds, then snap it back into place.

No Internet Link

The thermostat connected to the Wi-Fi network but was unable to establish a connection to the internet. Check the router settings and try again. Make sure the Ethernet cable is plugged into the router and try rebooting the router if necessary.

Connecting to a hidden Wi-Fi network

If the Wi-Fi network name is hidden and it doesn’t show up in the list in “Connecting to Wi-Fi” follow these steps to connect to it.

Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 FIG-21

  1. Press MENU, then Wi-Fi Setup.
  2. Press Other, then press Select.
  3. When prompted, press the screen to edit the network name.
  4. Enter the network name. Press the up/ down buttons to change the letter or number. Press the button to move to the next character, or the button to move to the previous character. Use the up/ down buttons at the bottom to change the letter case. Press Done when complete.
  5. Select the appropriate network security setting, then press Select.
  6. Enter the Wi-Fi network password as shown in “Connecting to Wi-Fi” step 1.4.

Specifications and replacement parts

  • Operating Ambient Temperature
    Thermostat: 32 to 120° F (0 to 48.9° C)
  • Operating Relative Humidity
    Thermostat: 5% to 90% (non-condensing)
  • Physical Dimensions (height, width, depth)
    Thermostat: 4-15/16 x 4-5/8 x 1-1/8 inches (126 mm x 118 mm x 29 mm)
  • Wi-Fi Communication
    Supports 802.11 B/G/N home wireless router
  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz

Electrical ratings

Terminal Voltage (50/60 Hz) Max. Current Rating
W – OB 18 to 30 VAC and 750 mVDC 1.00A
Y (cooling) 18 to 30 VAC 1.00A
G (fan) 18 to 30 VAC 0.50A
W2 – Aux (heating) 18 to 30 VAC 0.60A
Y2 (cooling) 18 to 30 VAC 0.60A
A-L/A (output) 18 to 30 VAC 1.00A
U1/U1 30 VAC max. 0.50A

Accessories and replacement parts

Accessories / Replacement Parts Part Number
Cover Plate (covers marks left by old thermostats) THP2400A1019
Wire Saver Module THP9045A1023
Model Numbering TH8321WF TH8321R TH8320R TH8110R
RedLINK™ or Wi-Fi Wi-Fi RedLINK™ RedLINK™ RedLINK™
Stages 3H/2C HP

 

2H/2C CONV

3H/2C HP

 

2H/2C CONV

3H/2C HP

 

2H/2C CONV

1H/1C HP

 

1H/1C CONV

Residential or Commercial
Dual Powered – C Wire or Battery C Wire only
Onboard Humidity Sensor    
Number of Universal Relays 1 1 0 0
Number of Universal Sensor Inputs 1 1 1 1
Economizer / TOD Output  
Works with Optional Equipment Interface Module*  
Works with Optional TrueZONE Wireless Adapter*  

* The relay outputs and inputs on the thermostat do not function when used with an Equipment Interface Module or the TrueZONE Wireless Adapter.

DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE INSTALLATION.
Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage.

MERCURY NOTICE:
If this product is replacing a control that contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not place the old control in the trash. Contact the Thermostat Recycling Corporation at www.thermostat-recycle.org or 800-238-8192 for information on how and where to properly and safely dispose of your old thermostat.

Must be installed by a trained, experienced technician.
Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow these instructions can damage the product or cause a hazardous condition.

Need Help?

For assistance please visit http://customer.honeywell.com or call toll-free: 1-855-733-5465

Automation and Control Systems Honeywell International Inc.
1985 Douglas Drive North
Golden Valley, MN 55422
http://customer.honeywell.com
® U.S. Registered Trademark.
© 2015 Honeywell International Inc.
33-00065—03 M.S. Rev. 10-15
Printed in the U.S.A.

FAQs About Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000

 

Q: What is Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000?

A: Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 is a programmable thermostat that allows you to remotely control the temperature of your home through a Wi-Fi connection.
 

Q: What are the features of Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000?

A: The features of Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 include remote access through Wi-Fi, a touchscreen display, programmable temperature control, vacation scheduling, and automatic changeover from heating to cooling.
 

Q: How do I set up Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000?

A: The setup process for Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 involves connecting the thermostat to your Wi-Fi network, registering the device on the Honeywell website, and configuring the settings using the touchscreen display.
 

Q: Can Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 be controlled with a smartphone?

A: Yes, Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 can be controlled with a smartphone through the Honeywell Total Connect Comfort app.
 

Q: Does Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 work with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant?

A: Yes, Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 works with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, allowing you to control the temperature using voice commands.
 

Q: What is the warranty for Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000?

A: Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000 comes with a 5-year limited warranty.
 

Q: Is professional installation required for Honeywell Wi-Fi VisionPRO 8000?

A: While professional installation is not required, it is recommended to ensure that the thermostat is installed correctly and functions properly.
 

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