How to set set Fan to AUTO during Unoccupied Setback periods?
If you see Unoccupied Setback on your thermostat’s schedule, this means that the thermostat has a third-party occupancy sensor wired to it. If you see Unoccupied Setback on your thermostat’s schedule, this means that the thermostat has a third-party occupancy sensor wired to it. The Unoccupied Setback setting automatically sets back the heat and cool temperature set points at the thermostat when the room is unoccupied (people are NOT present) versus occupied (people are present).
Note: If you see Unoccupied Setback on a shared schedule, setting the Unoccupied Setback only affects thermostat that have occupancy sensors. Thermostats that do NOT have occupancy sensors will follow the standard schedule and ignore the Unoccupied Setback configuration.
Changes the Fan based on Occupied/Unoccupied status:
The default function of the thermostat is for the Fan to not change based on the occupancy sensor status. Instead, the fan setting will adjust based on how the schedule is set.
If you want the Fan to go to AUTO when unoccupied, contact Pelican Technical Support and they can provide that configuration.