Programming

Why won’t my background picture upload on my 4iE?


This post explains the size requirements of the image file you are trying to upload as a 4iE background.

Settings and Programming


Take a look at the inside of the DS-5 and preview the setting options available.  Click “Read More” for details.

What is the purpose of the LTC Dip Switch?


This page will explain the purpose of the LTC Dip Switch and the recommended settings for the most efficient installation.

What does the DEL Dip Switch mean?


This page explains the purpose of DEL or Dip Switch 3 and how it activates the Delay-Off feature on the DS8 controller.

What does the LD Dip Switch mean?


This page discusses the purpose of the LD Dip Switch and how it will determine the length of time your system will remain off when DEL (Dip Switch 3) is set to the ON position.

Internet to 4iE: How to Connect the 4iE to the Internet?


It connects through WiFi to your router. Click “Read More” for details.

How do I upload a custom background to my 4iE?


The 4iE® is offered in White & Black. It is designed to look great in both modern and traditionally styled homes, with glass effect front faces and beveled chrome edges to reflect wall colors.The large color touchscreen can be customized with different themes and custom up-loadable photo backgrounds* to complement your wallpaper. There’s even a 7-day local weather forecast built in*. (*WiFi version only)

Can I connect it to my smarthome system?


Current compatible home automation systems include Crestron and Control4. Contact Warmup for those drivers required to integrate the 4iE. 

Why can’t I program my thermostat to read air temperature?


If you have set the floor type to any kind of floating floor, a safety feature in the thermostat will not allow you to increase the target temperature any higher than 81 degrees. Click “Read More” for details. 

Where are the DIP switches located on the COMMBOX-600?


The four DIP switches are located on the back of the thermostat unit on back of the door as shown in picture. Click “Read More” for details.