Trane Sensors Temperature Averaging

Trane Sensors Temperature Averaging

There are two configurations used for temperature averaging:
  1. Setting up a thermostat that reads separate sensors and averages the temperature itself using its software
  2. Wiring sensors in averaging setup, series/parallel
Temperature averaging is possible with Trane sensors. The new Version 5.3 Software release for Wi-Fi thermostat models XL824, XL850, and XL1050 allows multiple temperature sensor averaging for non-zoned systems.

When adding ZSENS930AW00MA wireless temperature sensors to a connected control running version 5.3 software be sure to download the new Installer guide for the ZSENS930AW00MA sensor.

Unlike Controls running on Software Versions earlier than 5.3, the temperatures of the onboard sensor and wireless sensor can be averaged equally without disabling the internal sensor.

Below is the Version 5.3 Sensor Application Matrix.

Trane Temperature Averaging Matrix

THERMOSTAT

On-Board Sensor

ZZSENSAL0400AA

ZSENS930AW00MA

TZONE940

XL824/XL850/XL1050

         ●

 

 

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

         ●

 

              

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

         ●

 

             ●●

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

         ●

 

            ●●●

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

               √

 

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

               

              

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

               

             ●●

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

                

            ●●●

 

XL850/XL1050

 

 

 

       √

XL850/XL1050

 

 

              

       

XL850/XL1050

 

 

             ●●

       

XL850/XL1050

 

 

            ●●●

       

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

 

              √

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

 

              

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

 

             ●●

 

XL824/XL850/XL1050

 

 

            ●●●

 


√- Senses temperature from a respective sensor)
●- Averages temperature between a specified number of sensors)

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