There are quite a number of Lennox thermostat models available in the market out there. We have the 51m32, 51m33, 51m34, the 51m37, x4147, 13h14 models among others. We will look at one of the manuals in this blog post.
The Lennox themostat have different configurations and features. We will look at some of them here.
Lennox icomfort Thermostat Manual
You have complete remote comfort management with the iComfort Wi-Fi® thermostat, so you can simply change the temperature and energy usage of your home from anywhere.
The iComfort Wi-Fi thermostat has features including One-Touch Away Mode, which lets you conserve energy while no one is home, for enhanced comfort and convenience. Additionally, the thermostat updates you on the weather so you can be ready for any cold snap or heat wave that may be headed your way. With only a light touch or click.
The clever programmable thermostat from Lennox is simple to use as well. Changing the temperature only only a single finger tap thanks to the user-friendly touchscreen.
There are multiple ways to adjust your thermostat thanks to a special app made for the iComfort Wi-Fi. It enables you to adjust the temperature using your smartphone, tablet, or laptop while connected to the wifi network in your home. So you can modify your programming while away from home.
More than half of a home’s energy use can be attributed to heating and cooling. You might not be happy with this expense because a monthly power bill can be as much as a mortgage payment. The iComfort Wi-Fi thermostat provides a cozy way to reduce energy use and costs.
The Lennox iComfort thermostat manual can be viewed through this link.
Starting with clever concepts is essential while attempting to create an innovative thermostat. A smart thermostat that is equally simple to use is provided by the iComfort Wi-Fi®.
When used in conjunction with high-end Lennox ® equipment, it seamlessly coordinates communication between every part of the system, optimizing energy utilization while preserving your temperature with a 0.5 degree accuracy.
As a result, Lennox provides you with the highest standard of comfort.
The iComfort Wi-Fi Flex can be used with nearly any system, even though iComfort Wi-Fi is intended to be used with top Lennox ® equipment. Therefore, you can benefit from Lennox’s innovation and a more pleasant, energy-efficient home, regardless of the type of heating and cooling system you currently have.
Lennox 51m32 Thermostat Manual
The nonprogrammable electronic Lennox Merit® Series Thermostat 51M32 has a big, easy-to-read display, is simple to use, and provides good temperature management.
The thermostat also has a system check indicator and a programmable filter replacement reminder. The user will be informed when equipment service is required by the system check indication.Thermostat 5132 is appropriate for single-stage heat/cool systems without a heat pump that are paired with a gas or electric furnace.
To control the heating system effectively, the thermostat must be set to the heat setting. The thermostat detects a heating need if the actual temperature in heat mode is lower than the temperature setpoint. The heating system will then be turned on by the thermostat to meet the demand.
To control the heating system effectively, the thermostat must be set to the heat setting. The thermostat detects a heating need if the actual temperature in heat mode is lower than the temperature setpoint.
The heating system will then be turned on by the thermostat to meet the demand. The flame indicator will vanish when the real temperature exceeds the temperature setpoint. This shows that the heating equipment has been turned off and the heating demand has been met.
To download the Lennox 51m32 thermostat manual, click here.
Lennox 51M37 Thermostat Manual
The Lennox Merit ® Series 5/2 day programmable electronic thermostat 51M37 has a big, easy-to-read display and offers outstanding temperature management. To alert the user when the equipment needs maintenance, it has programmable filter change reminders, equipment maintenance reminders, and system check indicators.
The 51M37 is appropriate for heat pump applications that require a gas or electric auxiliary heat source and a 3-stage heat/ 2-stage cool system. An optional external temperature sensor offers dual-fuel compatibility, balancing point operation, and auxiliary heat lockout.
Both the backup heat source and the heat pump are utilized to supply heat in the typical heat mode. The backup heat source is turned on if the thermostat notices that the heat pump isn’t able to supply enough heat (which could happen in extremely cold weather).
When in emergency heat mode, the heat pump is disabled and only the backup heat source produces heat. Only when there is a need for heat is the backup heat source turned on.
Use the HEAT button to switch between the regular and emergency heat modes or to turn off heat modes altogether. Pressing the Heat button activates Heat mode when the thermostat is in the OFF or COOL modes.
To view the actual manual of the Lennox 51M37, click here
Lennox 51m34 Thermostat Manual
A big, easy-to-read display and efficient temperature control are features of the Lennox electronic thermostat 51M34. To alert the user when the equipment needs maintenance, this product has programmable filter change reminders, equipment maintenance reminders, and system check indicators.
Thermostat 51M34 is appropriate for single stage heat/cool applications without a heat pump that use an electric or gas furnace.
It could be essential to “reset” the thermostat to its default setting in certain abnormal circumstances. Because such a RESET would erase all programming and settings, it should only be performed in exceptional circumstances where the thermostat doesn’t work as intended or as configured.
A power surge or other electrical disturbance may cause such an occurrence. The memory of the thermostat is kept for at least 24 hours after a power outage. This memory keeps track of the program information, the HOLD status, the programmed temperature setpoint, the heat/cool and fan mode settings, the filter reminder status, the maintenance reminder status, and the equipment protection timers. Program settings are lost and restored with default settings after a power outage of 24 hours.