Features and benefits - Johnson Controls - LIT-1901109 - TEC30xx-1x-000 - TEC31xx-14-000 - TEC33xx-1x-000 - TEC36xx-1x-000 - Fan Coil Thermostat - Network Thermostat - Wireless Thermostat - TEC3000 Color Series Thermostats

TEC3000 Color Series Thermostats Catalog Page

Johnson Controls
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TEC3000 Color Series Thermostats
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Two configurable binary inputs
Provide additional inputs for advanced functions such as remote night setback, service or filter alarms, motion detector, and door, window, or fan status.
Two or three configurable analog inputs
Provide additional inputs such as remote relative humidity, remote zone temperature, zone carbon dioxide level, damper feedback, or outdoor air temperature to support advanced control strategies.
Field-Selectable BACnet MS/TP or N2 Networked Communication (TEC36xx-1x-000 models)
Simplifies the upgrade from N2 networked communication to BACnet MS/TP networked communication without changing hardware.
USB port configuration
Rapidly clone the configuration between like units through simple backup and restore features from a USB drive to reduce installation time.
Programmable in seven languages
Provides English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese (requires a downloadable language pack)
Backlit full-color liquid crystal display (LCD)
Offers an intuitive color backlit display that makes setup and operation quick and easy. The new display features on all models and offers real-time control status of the environment in easy-to-read, plain text messages with an adjustable backlight that brightens during user interaction.
Configurable touchscreen UI
Allows facility managers limit the user interaction with the thermostat display based on specific energy policies.
Various models available
Offers models in modern black or white high-gloss designs with or without the Johnson Controls logo.
  • The black thermostat color code is hex #2d2926 or RAL 9017.
  • The white thermostat color code is hex #F4F5F0 or RAL 9016.
End-of-line switch
Simplifies the layout and installation of communication buses.
Mobile Access Portal (MAP) Gateway compatibility (MAP Release 4.0 or later)
Facilitates remote configuration, viewing, and configuration control through your mobile devices.
Onboard occupancy sensor (TEC3x13-1x-000, TEC3x23-1x-000, and TEC3x31-1x-000 models)
Provides energy savings in high-energy usage commercial buildings without additional installation time or cost.
Integral humidity sensor
Monitors space humidity on all models. Activates dehumidification control on two-pipe fan coil units with reheat, four-pipe fan coil units with individual coils or single coil with heating and cooling valves installed, rooftop units with hot gas reheat, and rooftop units with an auxiliary dehumidifier.
Multiple fan configurations for fan coil equipment types
Provide field-selectable single-speed, multi-speed, and variable-speed fan control capabilities.
Full line of remote TE-6300 Series Temperature Sensors
Support a wide usage commercial buildings without additional installation time or cost.
Built-in schedule object
Enables all wireless and wired thermostat models to be scheduled as stand-alone devices; allows wireless and BACnet MS/TP models to be defined and adjusted through the building automation system.
Optimal start
Allows each thermostat to anticipate the heating or cooling needs of a space by starting the equipment early enough to reach the setpoint at the beginning of the scheduled occupancy.
Auto-tuned control loops
Reduce commissioning time, eliminate change-of-season recommissioning, and reduce wear and tear of the mechanical devices.
Load shed
Commands a load shed input to offset the heating and cooling setpoints by a fixed amount on networked models. The change rate of the setpoints is adjustable. The load shed feature is in place to help satisfy the California Title 24 requirements that are defined in joint appendix JA5, section JA5.2.4 for demand signal response. The trigger for this event is defined in another thermostat and passed through the network command.
Scheduled circulation
Runs the fan for a minimum duration per hour. If the minimum hourly fan runtime is not exceeded as part of normal HVAC operation, the fan turns on at the end of the hour for the length of time required to fulfill the minimum run time.
Demand control ventilation (DCV)
Note: DCV is only applicable to Model 3 (TEC3x3x-1x-000).
Modulates the damper to control the rate of outdoor airflow into the zone in order to maintain the zone CO2 value at the zone CO2 setpoint. The following variants of DCV are available: demand control ventilation, occupant sensor control ventilation, and epidemic control ventilation. Occupant sensor control ventilation is a variation of demand control ventilation for zones where the zone occupancy is determined with an occupancy sensor. Epidemic control ventilation removes pathogens from the zone through ventilation. The epidemic control ventilation feature takes priority over demand control ventilation and occupant sensor control ventilation. You must install an economizer to enable the epidemic control ventilation feature. You can set the minimum ventilation position for the economizer damper between 0% to 100% and this applies to both occupied mode and unoccupied mode.