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ICM Controls ICM253 Fan Delay Timer, 12-390 seconds Adjustable Off Delay
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ICM Controls is a leading, ISO Certified manufacturer of electronic controls specializing in the HVAC industry. We have achieved this position through product and process innovation that spans more than 30 years, and we strive to maintain this position through extensive capitalization, focusing on our greatest manufacturing strength: true vertical integration. Our products are proudly made in America.
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My only complaint is that while it came with a small wiring diagram about the size of a business card- there really isn't much documentation at all. To be fair, I installed it correctly the first time, but I'm also pretty handy when it comes to electronics (I design PCB's and custom electronics as a hobby) so I'm probably not the average person trying to install this sorta thing. That said, there is enough information to get it to work- you just have to have a basic understanding of what you're doing.
I will say the diagram on the unit, which shows internal function, didn't make much sense. The switch shown in the diagram as going to terminal 4 makes better sense to me if it was showing to terminal 1, which is the load terminal (goes to fan relay). Just use the diagram on the paper that comes with it. (transformer wired across terminals 2 & 3 - be sure to match polatrity, thermostat to 4 and load on 1)
1 - connect to the "G" in the HVAC unit, after disconnecting the "G" wire coming from thermostat
2 - connect to the "R" in the HVAC unit
3 - connect to the "C" in the HVAC unit
4 - connect to the "G" wire which goes to the thermostat, which you disconnected for #1
As another reviewer noted, you may have to take the cover off your HVAC unit and do this install there, because most houses don't have the "C" wire connected out to the thermostat. Also, if you connect inside the HVAC unit, you don't have to cut any wires.
See the photos where I added a 4-wire cable to the HVAC terminal and hung my ICM253 outside the cover. You can see the white wire just connects to the green wire coming from the thermostat and goes to terminal 4.
I set mine to about 2 minutes after the thermostat cuts off the A/C.
Like the diagram on the ICM253 unit.
--1 and 4--bypass (undo and reconnect) the current GREEN wire from the Fan (1) and the GREEN wire from the thermostat (4)
--2 and 3--tap (add into existing) into the 24vac from the RED (2) and BLUE/common/neutral (3) wires
I did not see the BLUE/COMMON/NEUTRAL 24vac wire once the furnace was opened.
The wire diagram makes no sense at all !!!
Google and YouTube did not help.
So I removed the two screws and take out the cover that protected/covered the wirings and the 24v transformer (besides the breakers).
I look for the 24v transformer and its Common/Neutral wire---It has wires out for the 24vac and wires in from the 240vac (labeled on the transformer...see picture).
I saw the 24vac Common/Neutral wire (gray colored on this wire).
I also saw that it was connected to the condenser outside...I simply tapped into that gray colored wire and done.
Hope it helps someone out a bit.
Have a great day.
The problem is when the person presses the button and releases shorter than say 2 seconds this relay does not pick it up. One has to hold the button for at least 3 seconds for it to pick up and activate the strobe light. I guess I can live with that by adding a sign at the door to hold the button for 3 seconds or more.