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Thermostat Type:

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Type
   Thermostat Type       
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   Digital       The thermostat has a digital interface and the sensing is electronic by thermistor, RTD, or thermocouple. 
   Mechanical       The thermostat has a manual interface and the sensing is by bi-metal, gas-actuated, magnetic reed switch, mercury, reed switch, or rod and tube. 
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Mechanical Switch
   Mechanical Switch Type       
   Your choices are...         
   Bi-Metal       A bi-metal disc or snap action disc is a small metal disc that makes the connection with the circuit inside the device that will open or close once the setpoint temperature is reached. 
   Gas - Actuated / Vapor - Tension       Uses a gas/vapor as temperature sensing element, bulb and capillary. 
   Reed Switch       Reed switch is a small, sealed switch with two metal strips that touch and close the circuit when a magnet on a bi-metal gets within a range of the switch. 
   Mercury       Mercury-controlled thermostat uses a small amount of mercury to measure the temperature. 
   Rod & Tube       The rod within the tube will have different temperature expansion coefficients that measure the media. They can be immersed in the media such as water or air. 
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Specifications
   Temperature Set Point Range       The temperature range the thermostat can regulate. 
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   Voltage       The voltage that will be used to send the signal to the heating or cooling system. Thermostats generally can use low voltage, 24 volts, with a battery or they can use 120/240 volts. 
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   Temperature Hysteresis       Temperature hysteresis is the range in temperature before the thermostat signals the heating/cooling unit to start the heating or cooling process. 
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Features
           
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   Multiple Zones       The thermostat is capable of regulating the temperature in more than one zone. 
   Programmable       The thermostat is capable of being set by the user to a specific temperature at a specific time. There are different timing options including 5-1-1 day, 5-2 day and 7 day. 
   Touch Screen       The user interface of the device is a touchscreen. 
   WiFi       The thermostat can connect to local WiFi and be controlled through an external device such as a computer, smart phone, or tablet. 
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