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Climatouch /CT03TS/217S31 Programmable Universal Touch Screen thermostat 

 

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Fully configurable 1-4 stages heat/ cool  

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Can be configured for heatpumps , air handlers , oil, gas electric furnaces in 

any

 

combination  

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Backlit display with “Night Reverse”  

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Auto change over 

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Ultra friendly throw away this manual  

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Permanent memory no batteries required 

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Relay outputs provide reliable operation 

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Suitable for Residential / Commercial  

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Outdoor wireless Temperature sensor optional 

 
 

Specifications  
 
Electrical Rating:                      

24volt AC 

                                                    1 amp maximum per terminal 
                                                    4 amp maximum total load 

Temperature Control

 

Ranges

 Accuracy +/- 1ºF  41ºF- 95ºF , adjustable dead band and   

                                                   differential   

System Configurations:        

    2 stage heat, 2 stage cool , heat pump , air handler , gas ,  

                                                    oil, electric in any combination whatsoever (totally   
                                                    universal) 

        

Terminations                              

I1-I2-Dh-H Future expansion 

                                                     C-Y2-R–Ob-W2-G-Y1

      

 
                                                Safety Information: 
 
Always turn off power at the main power supply before installing or removing 
thermostat. 
 

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This product is for 24 VAC operation only  

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All wiring must conform to local and national electrical and building codes. 

   
                                               
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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FCC Statement  

 

NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV 
INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS 
EQUIPMENT.  SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY 
TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT 
 

FCC ID: RAN217S31  

                        
                      THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC 
                      RULES.OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO  
                      CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE 
                      HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND (2) THIS DEVICE  
                      MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,   
                      INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE   
                      UNDESIRED OPERATION. 

 
 
 

 
                                                              
 

 

 
                               Installation  
 
Replacement  
 
Turn off power at the main service panel before proceeding . 
 
Remove the cover of the old thermostat . 
 
Loosen the screws holding the old thermostat base .  
 
Carefully disconnect the wires from the old thermostat make sure that 
you write down the connection label of each wire. This will simplify 
installation of your new thermostat.  
 
If the terminal designations on your old thermostat do not match those 
of your old thermostat please refer to the list below.  
 
 

 

 

Table 1. Terminal Designations on Old and New Thermostats

 

 

 


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C may not be used on all systems  
O/B is used if your system is a heat pump  
 
 

Configuration  
 

The configuration mode is used to setup your Climatouch thermostat to match the exact 
profile of your HVAC system . It can be configured as a single stage furnace thermostat 
right up to a 4 stage (2 heat 2 cool ) controller . 
 

Alternative Terminal Designations 

 
 
 
 
217S31/ 

CT03TS

 

 

 
 
 

Typical Terminal 

Designations from the 

Existing Thermostat

 

 

 

Trane 

American 

Standard

 

 
 
 

Lennox 

 

York 

Borg 

Warner

 

 
 

General 

Electric

 

 

 

Rheem 

Ruud

 

 
 
 

 
 

Function 

Description 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C or X 

 

 

Common 

R R 

R R R V 

or 

VR

b

 

R R R 

Power 

Y1 Y 

or 

Y1 

Y or Y1 

Y or 

Y1 

Y M 

or 

Y1 

Compressor 

 - 

- - -  - - - - 

Stage 

heating 

relay 

W2 W 

or 

W1 

W,W1 
or W2 

W or 

W1 

W or W1 

jumped to 

W1 or 

W or 

W2 

W or 

W1 

W2 Auxiliary 

heat 

relay 

F or G 

Fan Relay 

OB O

a

 

O

a

 

O

a

 

O

a

 

R or O

a

 

O

a

 

O

a

 

O

a

 Cooling 

changeover relay 

 

B

a

 

B

a

 

B

a

 -  - H -  -  Heating 

changeover relay 

 

L or X 

F or L 

F or L 

System monitor 

Y2 

 

E E E 

or 

X2 or E 

X or E 

E or X2 

Emergency heat 

relay 

See configuration 

section 

 


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To enter the configuration mode Touch the center of the Climatouch screen , this will 
bring you to the main control page . Touch “MENU”  , this will take you to the 

main 

menu page

 .  Press and hold for 5 seconds the “ADVANCED SETTINGS” button.  All 

installation and configurations are made through the “ADVANCED SETTINGS “ menu. 
 
The following parameters should be set up , since the CT03TS/217S31 is the most user friendly , 
setup and configuration are very simple .  
 

Installer Message: 

Up to a 42 character message can be entered here and set to display 

on your CT03TS/217S31 Climatouch thermostat

 

at programmed intervals . Simply enter your 

message, when finished press “OK” and set the number of months for this message to 
repeatedly display . An example of a message is “ Call for maintenance  555-555-5555”   
for example if set for 6 months this message will display every 6 months on the main 
screen . The message will disappear when the CT03TS/217S31

 

screen is touched

 
*Filter : 

Turning on this function and setting the number of days will cause a filter icon 

to display after the fan run time has exceeded the entered number of days . 
 

Energy Watch: 

Entering in the KW ratings of  your HVAC installation will allow the 

user to monitor the energy cost of the HVAC system . Simply enter in the compressor 
KW , the furnace KW if you are using an electric furnace and the fan KW rating . All 
KW ratings should be rounded for example if your fan is a 750w unit set to 1 KW .  
 

Min Diff: 

  Heat and cool set points will never come closer then the value set . 

 

Dead Band : 

This is the area where there will be no demand for heating or air 

conditioning for example if the heat is set for 72ºF and the dead band is 2 then the heat 
will turn on when the room temperature reaches 70ºF . 
 
                  

HVAC System Configuration  

 

In “

advanced settings”

 menu there are two buttons used to tailor your Climatouch 

thermostat to function with your specific heating/cooling system. The correct setting 
influences the type of control buttons available to the user. For example if you configure 
your 

CT03TS/217S31 

for heat only there will be no display of a cool button.  The advanced 

touch screen and display icons provide the most user friendly thermostat interface in the 
world. 
 

“HEAT PUMP” 
“AIR CONDITIONING”  
“NO COMPRESSOR” :

used for furnace only installations

  

 
 
“FURNACE OFF” 
“ELECTRIC FURNACE” 

 


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“EMERGENCY ELECTRIC FURNACE” 

SETS Y2 TO CONTROL AN 

ADDITIONAL HEATER ELEMENT (used in northern installations)  

“GAS FURNACE” 

fan is controlled by the operation of the furnace

  

“OIL FURNACE” 

fan is controlled by the operation of the furnace

 

 
 
 
 

Owners Information 
 

Your Climatouch CT03TS/217S31 has been engineered to the highest electronic and logical 
standards . We have taken great pain to make the operation of this Climatouch product 
user friendly and intuitive. Our priority was to design a product that would sustain the test 
of time . It is rare to find an operationally friendly product that does not require that there 
be a lengthy and complicated instruction manual always in close proximity to the 
thermostat.  
 

Temperature control  
 

Simply touch the CT03TS/217S31 screen , this will take you to the control page wher you have 
the option to change any of the following functions : 
 

HOLD TEMP : holds the temperature to your set point  
RUN PROGRAM  : runs the programmable temperature settings .  
 
Cool – heat –Emergency Heat – off – auto -  

Depending on your

 

specific configuration

 

not all of these buttons may be present  
Auto selects either heat or cool automatically  
Emergency heat forces on your furnace and disables your heat pump.  
 

Fan Auto:

 Fan turns on only when there is a demand for heat or cool  

Fan on: 

Fan runs continuously  

Fan Intermittent:

 Fan runs 20 minutes per hour or whenever there is a demand for heat 

or cool , this is a convenient way to filter the air intermittently while saving energy .  
 
 

                                                   Menu  
Advanced Settings: 

Caution , this menu is for installers only  

Date/Time Settings: 

sets date and time  

Vacation Settings : 

Sets your temperature to a fixed set point while you are away on 

                                  vacation. When “vacation mode “ is set a suit case icon will be 
displayed on the main screen When you return you will see a message “vacation mode 
                                  ended” displayed on the screen simply touch the screen to cancel the   
                                  message. Vacation mode begins at 11pm on the day of your 
                                  departure and ends at midnight (12am) on the day of your arrival . 

 


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Filter Monitor: 

Indicates how many days of “fan run time” the air filter has been used, it 

should be reset after changing your air filter. 

Set Screen:  
 

 

Wipe

 Animates the appearance between each screen transition. 

                                  
Reverse: 

Changes the appearance of the display to negative or positive. 

 

Night Reverse: 

Changes the appearance of the display to negative after 9PM and 

positive after 6am, this effectively and automatically dims the display for night time 
viewing.  
 
                                

Cleaning your CT03TS/217S31 Climatouch Thermostat  

 

From time to time your Climatouch screen may require cleaning, lightly dampen a tissue 
with water, Press the “

Clean Screen

” button and gently wipe the screen. This function 

allows you to wipe the screen without accidentally changing any of the settings; it places 
the touch screen in a sleep mode for 8 seconds.  Stop wiping when the warning alarm 
sounds, this indicates that the touch screen will become active. If you need to repeat the 
process simply press the 

“Clean Screen

 “button once again. 

 
 
 
 
          

Optional UHF Outdoor temperature transmitter Installation 

 

To install your optional outdoor UHF temperature transmitter which will automatically 
display outdoor temperature on your Climatouch thermostat simply remove the 4 screws 
at the rear of the temperature transmitter remove the battery cover, insert 2 AAA alkaline 
batteries and replace the cover . The transmitter will immediately begin transmitting 
temperature information back to your CT03TS/217S31 Climatouch Thermostat and it will be 
displayed on the main screen. It is important to locate the transmitter in a location which 
is not too distant from the thermostat; maximum range is typically 40 feet. For the first 10 
minutes after the batteries have been inserted the outdoor temperature transmitter will 
transmit a signal every 10 seconds as can be seen by the flashing dot to the left of the 
outside temperature display on the thermostat screen . It is important to locate the 
transmitter in an area where this dot flashes to insure that the location that you have 
selected is one which insures good communications back to the thermostat.  After 10 
minutes the outdoor temperature transmitter will only update once every 20 minutes. If 
you notice that your outside temperature does not display reliably and disappears from 
the Climatouch thermostat screen it may be necessary to relocate the transmitter in an 
area closer to the thermostat.