LINE VOLTAGE THEMOSTAT

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The typical line-voltage thermostat contains a bimetallic strip that bends as the temperature changes. Unlike low-voltage thermostats that carry only enough current to flip a switch, line-voltage models must carry the full current drawn by the heater. This can be up to 20 amps and generates considerable heat in the bimetallic element. A non-programmable thermostat provides simple control of your heating and cooling system. Set it to the temperature you want and adjust it up or down as desired. Honeywell has manufactured non-programmable thermostats for over 100 years. These replace Thermostats are the one of the most recognized products in the world. It's even in the Smithsonian Institute for design excellence. Ac thermostats from White-Rodgers are ideal for zoning system control and the new Comfort Alert Copeland Scroll compressor protection. When your need is temperature control, White-Rodgers has a thermostat or control for you. Line voltage thermostats control the electricity directly, thus the name line voltage. If you have a baseboard heater, electric wall heater, or most and resistive electric heater you may require a line voltage thermostat. these thermostats generally are made for either 2 wires (SPST) or 4 wires. You can easily save energy in the winter by setting the thermostat to 68°F (20°C) when you're at home and awake, and lowering it when you're asleep or away. This strategy is effective and inexpensive if you are willing to adjust the thermostat by hand and wake up in a chilly house. In the summer, you can follow the same strategy with central air conditioning, too, by keeping your house warmer than normal when you are away, and lowering the thermostat setting to 78°F (26°C) only when you are at home and need cooling.