OFF Screen (starting point)

ON takes you to automatic operation.

MANUAL takes you to manual controls

OPTION takes you to the Option screen

ON at time appears only if a turn-on time has been set

ON Screen (automatic operation)

Air blows at the Set Temperature shown

Fan turns ON and OFF automatically

WARMER raises set temperature

COOLER lowers set temperature

Sensor shows temperature and humidity of incoming air

OFF at time appears only if a turn-off time has been set

MANUAL Screen

Manually switch pump, fan, and fan speed

Shown: Pump off, Fan on low.

OPTION Screen

SPEED changes fan speed

ON time lets you set a daily automatic turn-on time

OFF time lets you set a daily automatic turn-off time

SETUP takes you to the Setup screen

Setup Screen (no Wifi connection)

When there is no wifi connection, the SETUP screen looks like this

Rotation enables the controller to be installed horizontally or vertically

Select Wifi to connect the Roadrunner Comfort to your wifi network in order to use the iPhone remote control app.

Clock allows you to set the internal clock so you can use turn-on and -off features without wifi (which automatically sets the internal clock)

SETUP Screen (Wifi connected)

Wifi is for entering network name and password

Address is for entering into the iPhone app

Update enables reprogramming via Wifi

Sensor Battery shows remaining charge in sensor battery

Yellow text is firmware version and serial number.

Tips & Tricks

Leave the Roadrunner Comfort (RRC) ON and it will ramp up as the morning warms and wind down as the evening cools.

The fan will sometimes turn ON or OFF for just a minute or two in the morning or evening (and at night if it’s been hot).  This is normal. When the outdoor temperature is warmer than indoors, the fan will run nearly continuously.

Once a minute, this message appears while RRC  reads the temperature from the sensor at the vent. While this shows, touches are ignored (sorry).

Sometimes the RRC needs a reset to keep working properly. The RESET button is on the side of the wall unit. It’s always OK to reset RRC, it remembers ALL settings and restarts promptly.

The sensor clipped to the vent uses a battery that will last many years. When it needs changing (but with time left to get a replacement), a message will flash on the cooler display. When the battery is even closer to failing, the controller will beep once a minute. If the battery dies, the controller will switch to using an internal temperature sensor. This will not hold the incoming air temperature as tight to your set temperature as the remote sensor, but it will still work better than a regular thermostat.