How Wire a Thermostat
Thermostat Wiring Connection Tables
Hook-up Procedures for
Heating, Heat Pump, or Air Conditioning Thermostats
THERMOSTAT WIRE CONNECTIONS - CONTENTS:
Guide to Thermostats for Heating and Air Conditioning Systems. Wall mounting, leveling, and wiring requirements vary depending on the type of room thermostat and what it needs to control. How to select the proper type of replacement thermostat for air condtiioning or heating systems.
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Room thermostat installation & wiring guide: this article series explains the basics of wiring connections at the thermostat for heating, heat pump, or air conditioning systems.
We provide Honeywell, White Rodgers & other thermostat wiring diagrams and explanation showing how to wire a room thermostat, including just what connections to make and how wires and connectors are color coded to make things easy.
Our page top sketch, courtesy of Honeywell Controls, illustrates the wiring diagram for a traditional Honeywell T87F thermostat used for 2-wire single pole single throw control of heating only in a typical gas-fired heating system.
Where to Locate & Mount a Room Thermostat & what spots to avoid
Locate the room thermostat at about chest height on an interior wall, in a location where the thermostat won't be affected by drafts or other unusual temperature conditions.
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Good thermostat locations are
in a living room or dining room,
about five feet from the floor on an interior wall and
in a position where the thermostat will be in natural air circulation (not dead air space)
but where the thermostat will not be exposed to strong drafts from windows, doorways, or from a heating or cooling air supply register.
As Carson Dunlop Associates' sketch (left) explains, there are a number of places where you should not locate the room thermostat.
Bad Room Thermostat Locations
Don't locate the room thermostat in these locations:
on an exterior building wall (exposed to outdoor temperature effects)
where drafts from an exterior door will affect its reading
above or in the line of airflow from a heating or cooling air supply register
in direct sunlight
on a wall shared with a hot space such as a kitchen or boiler room
in a kitchen, bath, or entry hallway
in an alcove, behind an open door, behind furniture
next to concealed pipes or air ducts
Do not place heat-emitting devices such as lamps or small appliances close to the thermostat. Their heat may affect its operation.
Room Installation Thermostat Installation Tips
Use new thermostat wires to avoid the risk of insulation nicks, cuts, and shorts in old wiring
Seal the hole in the building wall through which the thermostat wires pass out to the thermostat mount. Drafts through wall cavities can blow out of this hole and affect proper thermostat operation.
Do not use the thermostat power transformer to operate any other devices such as doorbells
Does the Room Thermostat Need to be Level on the Wall?
Yes for Older Mercury Bulb Switches
It's important to mount mercury-bulb thermostats as level as possible since otherwise you're putting the thermostat out of accurate temperature calibration.
That's because the coiled bimetallic spring has to move that mercury bulb to a tipped position to turn the heating or air conditioning system on or off in response to room temperature.
When we found a thermostat that did not heat a room accurately to the called-for temperature, we'd take a look to see if it was installed out of level before looking further.
Because the "set" range on these thermostats may have had a lower-end of 55 deg .F., when we wanted the thermostat to maintain a building at a temperature lower than the minimum that the thermostat dial provided, we just tilted the whole thermostat backing plate on the wall in the proper direction to shift the operating range of the switch.
No for Newer Solid State, or Digital Room Thermostats
Newer thermostats that rely on other sensor and switch designs do not have this sensitivity to being out of level and some (such as the 3M-22 thermostat) note in their installation instructions that the thermostat does not have to be level.
Thermostat Replacement Types: What Kind of Thermostat Do I Have?
A quick scan of heating and cooling thermostats in the catalogs of HVAC suppliers such as Grainger can quickly become overwhelming as there are literally hundreds of thermostat models and quite a few different types and applications. If you are replacing a heating or cooling room thermostat or "wall thermostat" a shortcut is to examine what is already installed.
At THERMOSTATS, HEATING / COOLING we include photographs of just about every type of heating and cooling thermostat. Here we describe further details that can help you choose a replacement thermostat that will accomodate the wires used to control you rair conditioning, heat pump, or heating system.
Pay particular attention to the following to help sort out what you've got or what type of thermostat you need:
Cooling, heating or both: does the wall thermostat control only air conditioning, a heat pump, or a heating system, or both?
Type of Thermostat by Temperature sensor: many older wall thermostats used a combination of bimetallic spring and a mercury bulb to activate the thermostat in response to room temperature. No modern room thermostat uses mercury bulbs - rather they use a thermistor or other device to respond to temperature changes.
Our photos above show a traditional round Honeywell® room thermostat and at above center my dental pick pointer indicates the mercury bulb switch in this device.
At above right is the ultra-modern Nest® thermostat
Wall mounted vs. hand held Heating or Cooling controls: while central heating and air conditioning systems are normally controlled by a wall-mounted thermostat, split systems and portable air conditioners use a control that might be wall-mounted in a bracket but can also be held in the hand. - shown below.
Number of Control Wires Used in the Thermostat: keep in mind that the number of wires in the wall may be greater than the number of wires actually in use. Check the colour and number of wires actually connected to your thermostat and make careful note of the terminal name, ID or number to which each wire was connected.
Type of Thermostat by Display: analog dial versus digital display
In some jurisdictions there may be environmental protection restrictions on the proper disposal of mercury-containing thermostats.
Hooking up a 2-Wire Thermostat: How Do I Install & Wire Up a Room Thermostat like the Honeywell Round Wall T87F Series Thermostat?
Basic 2-wire Room Thermostat Wiring Instructions
Wiring connections for a room thermostat such as the Honeywell 24-volt T87F, the Honeywell series 10 (out of production), or Penn "Rimset" low-voltage wall thermostat models are pretty simple as are the wiring instructions for White Rogers, Mercoid, General Controls, and similar thermostats.
Two wire thermostat wiring instructions: In a two-wire installation, the thermostat backing plate is mounted level on an interior wall in the room which we want to be the master temperature control for the area served by the heating or cooling system.
The red wire from the heater or air conditioner control is mounted to the "R" terminal on the backing plate. Typically the red wire is originating at the heating or air conditioning low voltage transformer and brings power to the thermostat..
See LOW VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER TEST
The white wire from the heater or air conditioner control is mounted to the "W" terminal on the thermostat mounting plate. Typically the white wire is taking power from the thermostat to the operating control circuit board in the heater or air conditioner.
Our photo (above left) shows the backing plate that is mounted first when installing a round Honeywell Series 20 type room thermostat. Notice that the plate shows a "level" line.
We left off the actual wires so that you could see the "R" and "W" by the two screw terminals at the lower left 7 and 8 o'clock positions on the thermostat backing plate.
Note: The thermostat in this HVAC/R set-up is simply acting as an "on-off" switch to turn the heater or air conditioner on or off in response to room temperature. The electrician may have run a multi-wire set of low voltage wires through the walls of the building between the low voltage transformer and the thermostat (etc), but in this simple installation the other wires at the thermostat are not being used.
At the low voltage transformer you will see two wires labeled "C" for common and "R" for red. We discuss wiring the low voltage transformer itself at LOW VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER TEST.
Watch out: do not short any wires together. Turn off power & confirm it is off. Don't forget to turn off all electrical power involved with your heating system before working on thermostat wiring, and confirm that power is off where you are working by using an appropriate test instrument such as a VOM. Failure to respect this advice risks equipment damage, and in some cases electrical shock or even a building fire.
Where do the Thermostat Wires Start and Where do they End-Up?
At left the thermostat wiring diagram illustrates use of a Honeywell T87F thermostat in a 2-wire application controlling a gas fired heating appliance.
In the Honeywell T87F thermostat series the single pole double throw switch makes (closes) one set of contacts when the temperature falls - to turn on the heating appliance.
In thermostats that also control a cooling system, a second set of contacts will make or close on temperature rise. This second set of contacts may also be used to operate other controls or valves in some heating systems.
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For completeness in understanding where the red and white thermostat wires originate and end up, at below left we illustrate the red and white thermostat wires originating at the low voltage transformer, and at below right we illustrate a typical thermostat wiring connection in an R8182 Aquastat primary controller of a heating boiler, using the T and T terminals.
3-Wire Thermostats: Where Do We Connect the Red, White, & Blue (if present) Wires to a Typical Three-Wire Wall Thermostat?
Three-wire thermostat wiring instructions, also called "series 20 installations" we have three wires rather than two to connect.
The Red wire coming to the thermostat from the heater or air conditioner is connected to "R".
The white wire is connected to the "Y" terminal, and
The blue wire is connected to the "W" terminal on the backing plate.
Then the thermostat body is screwed in place. The screws that secure a round Honeywell traditional wall thermostat to its backing plate will also connect it properly to the wiring.
A plug connector may be used:
On other, in fact most contemporary room or wall thermostats it may be necessary to plug in a connector between the thermostat and its mounting plate.
6-Wire Thermostats: Where Do We Connect the Red, White, & Blue, Yellow, Green, Orange Wires in a Typical Six-Wire Wall Thermostat?
Color Codes and Hookups for Thermostat Wires, typical for heat pump installations and thermostats
At left you can see the 11 possible thermostat wire connectors on the 3M-22 FIltrete thermostat. In this installation only two wires, R and W, have been connected.
Typical Thermostat Wire Connections for Heat Pumps
Typical connections when wiring a heat pump are as follows:
Typical thermostat connections when wiring a thermostat to control only a heating system or only an air conditioning system
If your thermostat is controlling only a heating system or only an air conditioning system, you will only have a red wire, and a white wire coming form the inside unit, to the outside unit.
On an air conditioner these two wires will go on the contactor to send 24 volts to the coil to pull the contactor in to start the air conditioner.
On a heating system these two wires will go to two thermostat connections on the primary controller such as an aquastat or air handler control that turns on the heating unit. Depending on the type of heating system, the thermostat, acting simply as an "on-off" switch will
Hot water heat In the U.S. the TT wires will turn on a hot water circulator (or open a zone valve) on a hydronic or hot water heating system; falling boiler temperature will cause the aquastat to turn on the oil or gas burner (this is the U.S. typical installation).
Hot water heat In Canada the TT wires will activate an aquastat control that will turn on and off the boiler based on its temperature; circulators are already running.
Hot air heat: the TT wires will turn on the furnace heating equipment (oil or gas or electric, say); when the air temperature in the furnace heating plenum is hot enough the fan limit switch will turn on the blower fan.
These are the traditional wiring schematics, again, check the thermostat to see if this is the case with yours.
Instructions for Wiring of Line Voltage 120V Wall Thermostats
THERMOSTAT WIRING LENNOX: Lennox thermostat and equipment wiring color codes may vary significantly from common usage. Be sure to consult with Lennox and obtain the proper installation manual for your equipment.
Watch out: do not short any wires together. Turn off power & confirm it is off. As we have warned before, don't forget to turn off all electrical power involved with your heating system before working on thermostat wiring, and confirm that power is off where you are working by using an appropriate test instrument such as a VOM. Failure to respect this advice risks equipment damage, and in some cases electrical shock or even a building fire.
We provide thermostat wiring connections for just about every type of residential heating or cooling room thermostat as well as a description of thermostat wiring color codes & conventions.
This article is part of THERMOSTATS our article series Guide to Finding, Using, and Adjusting Thermostats for Heating & Air Conditioning Furnaces & Boilers, Heat Pumps or Electric Furnaces or Boilers. This article series answers most questions about central heating system troubleshooting, inspection, diagnosis, and repairs. We describe how to inspect, troubleshoot and repair heating and air conditioning systems to inform home owners, buyers, and home inspectors of common heating system defects.
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Replacing a round Honeywell T87 with a Digital Honeywell Thermostat
Hello - I am replacing a round Honeywell thermostat with a non-programmable digital Honeywell unit. I have a hot water system with multiple zones and with no air conditioning. There are three wires at the thermostat. On the old round unit the red wire went to the R terminal, the white wire went to the w terminal and a green wire went to B terminal. I hooked up the new stat the same way but it would not work. If I selected "fan on" instead of "fan auto" the zone would heat up but would not shut off (hot water kept flowing even if I selected a temp below room temp). Appreciate your help. - Patrick - 1/20/12
Patrick, typically the three wire thermostat hookups would be exactly the same for the old and new thermostats.
Question: Replacing a mercury thermostat with a digital unit
I am replacing an old mercury thermostat with a digital. my system is a heat pump. my neighbor gave me the digital, no instructions, no box. i'm trying to decide if this is even a heat pump compatible thermostat. on the therm it has c, g, rc, rh (which are linked by a black wire.) w, y, b, and o. coming out of my wall is, white connected on old therm w2, yellow connected to y, green conn g, black conn e, red to r, blue to b and bro to x. any help would be great. - Kurt 6/4/12
Also, Honeywell's thermostat replacement advice (and most likely that of all thermostat manufacturers) warns:
Watch out: MERCURY NOTICE: Do not put your old
thermostat in the trash if it contains mercury in a
sealed tube. Contact your local waste
management authority for instructions regarding
recycling and proper disposal.
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(Nov 14, 2014) Dietmar said:
I have a 6 wire feed, but connected to 5 terminals - here is the layout:
WHITE - W
BLUE - RC
WHITE + YELLOW - Y
GREEN - G
I would like to install a thermostat that would allow me to program not only the temperature variations, but the fan. Currently the fan is running 24/7/365 - it should be turned to auto mode at night.
I am also considering a Smart Wifi thermostat (Honeywell or Next). Would very much appreciate your advice
(Jan 5, 2015) Anonymous said:
I want to check my Honeywell Round Wall T87F Series 2-wire thermostat. I have exposed the R and W wires. Can I just wire them together after turning off power and then turn the power back on and see if the furnace starts to run?
Yes Anon, that's exactly right. The thermostat is basically an "on-off" switch that connects or disconnects those wires to call for heat or stop calling for heat in response to room temperature.
Remember to check for a broken or open TT wire enroute between the thermostat and the control at the wires' other end.
Question: the W terminal
(Mar 11, 2015) Nobu said:
I would like to know the reason why "W" is terminal for heating.
Is there any specification about wiring?
Nobu the "W" is probably referring to the usual wire colour used for this feature. W - white.
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