Touch Screen Programming Thermostat
Thermostats are used to control room temperature in commercial, industrial and residential environment.
Technical Data Sheet
5-90°C ( Can adjust to 35-90°C)
5...60°C ( Factor setting 35°C)
0.5-10°C adjustable factory setting 1 °C
-5°C ~ 50°C
1. What is a thermostat?
A thermostat is a device that controls the temperature of an environment by adjusting the degrees to maintain a preferred temperature range. It will turn on heating if the temperature becomes chilly, or start-up the air conditioning if it gets too warm. Thermostats control the mechanisms of heating and/or cooling systems by directing energy to the right system when needed, bringing you a nice and cozy environment and saving you money!
2. Will installing a programmable thermostat lower my utility bill?
The rule of thumb is that switching to a programmable thermostat will lower a homes utility bills by 20% which would lead to an average savings per year of $180. Essentially paying for itself in the first year allowing the homeowner to enjoy the future savings. Even if that sounds optimistic to you it makes sense that your heating and air conditioning not running for eight hours a day for five days a week will lower your utility bills. That adds up to 2,080 hours a year that your furnace and air conditioning will not be running extending the units life expectancy.