In the Setup > Settings menu there are installer options. Options for the installer to use for the initial system configuration. Here we will explain these options.
Pair Legacy Devices - When this is toggled ON the CCU will pair legacy equipment or WRMs. If you are unfamiliar with a WRM don't worry about it. When toggled OFF you are all set to pair with new equipment.
Pairing Start Address - This is very important. Your pairing start address is the address the CCU will give the first module it pairs with. Then each successive module will be paired with the next address 9001, 9002, etc. If you have two CCUs in the same building with the same pairing start address you will have interference and the system will not work properly.
Select Zone for Humidity Value - Here you can choose what Humidity value to use as the system humidity when humidity controls are present.
Proxy Zone for Single Zone Mode - If you turn Smart Mode off on the CCU, the CCU will by default use its backup temperature value. If you choose a zone you can see how the system would behave if the thermostat were installed in a single location.
Use Celsius - Change all system to read celsius instead of fahrenheit.
Use Military Time - Change system to read in 24 hour time.
Use Same Occupied Temp for All Days - When setting a weekly schedule you have the option to have different days have different desired temps. When this is on if you change the desired temp for Monday, all days of the week will take the new desired temperature.
Follow Schedule for Auto Mode - The system can be set to change modes automatically at a specific dates. The system will change to cool only in June and heat only in November.
Use Outside Temperature Lockout - You can set OAT limits for heating and cooling. e.g. If OAT is less than 50 compressors will not run.
Choose your dashboard - You have the option to change the CCU dashboard to display an image or a twitter feed. Images must be uploaded from Facilisight.
Instant gratification Mode - Do NOT use.
Installer App OTP Generator - Do NOT use.
Allow CCU to function as Zone - Typically the CCU uses its backup sensor only if the system fails. If the CCU is being used as a standalone thermostat you can enable this and use the backup temp sensor as a traditional zone.
Disable Zone Balancing - This disables Smart Mode and the system will run from a single zone temperature with no balancing.