- Digital, Basic Operation, Vertical, Non-Programmable
Digital, Basic Operation, Horizontal, Non-Programmable
- 5-2 Day Programmable, Up to 33% Energy Saver , Horizontal
- Focus Pro, Large Screen, 5-2 Day Programmable, Horizontal
Programmable (Touch Screen)
- 7 Days Programmable, Large Screen , Great Energy Saver, Horizontal
- Reliable and Eco-Friendly, 99% Effective, Quiet and Easy to Use
- Wi-Fi ComfortLink™ weather forecast and radar with 7″Screen
- Wi-Fi ComfortLink™ One Touch Installation Setup with 4.3″Screen
- Built-in Nexia™ Home Intelligence with 4.3″Screen
- ComfortLink™ II communicating capability
Thermostats supply personal comfort through pre-set temperature levels and are generally more convenient and accurate.
There are both programmable and non-programmable. Programmable thermostats have become hugely popular due to their energy saving benefits, improved comfort, convenience and cost – effective savings. These thermostats save energy and money on utility bills by allowing residents to set home temperatures according to various different factors.
A programmable thermostat designed to adjust the temperature according to a series of programmed settings that take effect at different times of the day. Programmable thermostats may also be called setback thermostats or clock thermostats.
Heating and cooling losses from a building/home become greater as the difference in temperature increases. A programmable thermostat allows reduction of these losses by allowing the temperature difference to be reduced at times when the reduced amount of heating or cooling would not be objectionable.
For example, during cooling season, a programmable thermostat used in a home may be set to allow the temperature in the house to rise during the workday when no one will be at home. It may then be set to turn on the air conditioning before the arrival of occupants, allowing the house to be cool upon the arrival of the occupants while still having saved air conditioning energy during the peak outdoor temperatures. The reduced cooling required during the day also decreases the demands placed upon the electrical supply grid.
Conversely, during the heating season, the programmable thermostat may be set to allow the temperature in the house to drop when the house is unoccupied during the day and also at night after all occupants have gone to bed, re-heating the house prior to the occupants arriving home in the evening or waking up in the morning. Since most people sleep better when a room is cooler and the temperature differential between the interior and exterior of a building will be greatest on a cold winter night, this reduces energy losses.
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