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Low V Mechanical Tstat, 50 to 90F, White
- Item # 4PU47
- Mfr. Model # 4PU47
- UNSPSC # 41112209
- Catalog Page # 4219
- Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
- ItemLow Voltage Thermostat
- Terminal DesignationsRH, RC, Y, W, G
- System SwitchingHeat-Cool-Off
- Fan SwitchingAuto-On
- Automatic ChangeoverNo
- Dual Transformer CompatibleYes
- Power MethodHardwired
- Voltage20VAC to 30VAC
- 750mV CompatibleYes
- MountingHorizontal or Vertical
- Control Range50 Degrees to 90 Degrees F
- FeaturesMercury Free
- For Use WithGas, Oil, Electric Heat and Cool System
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Could you please provide the installation manual for the thermostat or a good explanation or wiring?
What do Terminal Designations RH, RC, Y, W, G mean?
I had a normal single-relay thermostat installed before, with COM for line voltage, NO - heating on, NC - heating off.
How does it refer to RH, RC, Y, W, G?
Please kindly advise me
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