This SmartStat dual voltage programmable thermostat can be used with 120 volt and 240 volt floor heating systems. Includes an in-floor sensor and a digital display that indicates the exact floor temperature. It also features a manual set-back to a "high" and a "low" temperature level, and it features a built-in electric GFCI. The programmable function allows you up to 4 setting changes for each day of the week. For installations utilizing more than 240 square feet of electric radiant floor heating product, a Master Thermostat with Power Module or a Relay Contactor is also required.
|Warmly Yours SmartStat Programmable Thermostat TH115-AF-GA-08 Specifications|
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Warmly Yours SmartStat Programmable Thermostat TH115-AF-GA-08 Features:
- Elegant design
- For use with 120 volt and 240 volt floor heating systems
- In-floor sensor, will cycle the system and save you energy
- Digital display indicates exact floor temperature
- Built-in GFCI safety with test light
- Simple programming functions for ease of use
- 3-year warranty
It self-learns - The SmartStat has an Early-Start mode. It will self-learn at what time it needs to start heating the floor to get you the floor temperature you want at the time you programmed it for.
It remembers - The SmartStat has a battery backup for power failure. The battery can keep up the time for a power loss of up to 2 hours. An EEPROM also keeps up the programs in memory for several years so a power failure doesn't affect them. If you have a power loss for more than 2 hours and the thermostat was running in the automatic mode, the time will reset to 0:00 o'clock and the program that is the nearest from that time will be reactivated and run. If your SmartStat was set in the manual or in the vacation mode, it will continue to keep up the temperature that it was set to before the power failure.
It saves energy - As it begins to increase the floor temperature, it will check its progress every 15 minutes but only use the kilowatt-minutes that you need. The SmartStat display will show you 1-to-5 heating flames, indicating that for the next 15-minutes it will energize the floor 20%-to-100% of the time. After it reaches the floor temperature that you requested, the in-floor sensor will cycle the system on-&-off and continuously adjust, save energy and only use the kilowatt-hour that you need.