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(TH115-AF-240D) Programmable Digital Thermostat (High Capacity)

Price:
$94.95
SKU:
TH115-AF-240D
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Weight:
2.00 LBS
Shipping:
$8.95 (Fixed shipping cost)
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Product Description

NOTE: This 240volt thermostat is intended for use with 208volt to 240volt heaters. The TH115 is equipped with flexible programming to accommodate all types of schedules, a large and legible LCD screen as well as clearly identified buttons.

Features:

LOAD: 2000 watts @ 240 volts 16.7 A resistive load 250 watts min. (1A)

TEMPERATURE VARIATION: 0,5 °C (0.9 °F)

REGULATION: Proportional adaptive* ; 15 minute cycles

OPERATING MODES: Manual Automatic with temporary bypass

PROGRAMMING: 7-day independent programming, 4 settings / day Pre-programmed or personalized schedule** Early Start function** Temperature memory**

PROTECTION: Protected memory No battery required

CONNECTION: Double pole, 4 wires SIZE: 70 x 124 x 23 mm 2.8 x 4.9 x 0.9 inches

* : This thermostat is equipped with a micro processor that analyses the system's past performances in order to optimize future commands. At the beginning of each cycle, the system sends a command that defines the portion of time the unit is heating during the next cycle.

** : The user can enter a daytime, night-time and vacation time temperature.

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  1. eHeat Wall Panel Convection Heaters

    Posted by Ron on 20th Aug 2015

    installed two in two different rooms of about 600 sq feet each. no complaints from guest using rooms. Plenty warm in the winter at 6000' elev. Will be purchasing for for A-Frame cabins.


  2. Great Price

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Jul 2014

    Fast service haven't tried it out yet but going to order more for the house


  3. Works perfectly

    Posted by Jay Ducharme on 18th May 2010

    I purchased four of these to control the old-style EconoHeaters. I heat our entire house that way. I created four separate zones. The thermostats were fairly easy to wire up. I like how they apply varying amounts of current depending on what's needed. They really are energy sippers. Programming them is a little confusing at first. There's a sun and a moon, and you can have one temperature for each. Then you can set an on and off time for each state each day. It's a bit clumsy to set up, but once it's programmed it works beautifully.


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