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Low V T-Stat, Stages Heat 1, Stages Cool 1
- Item # 4YE43
- Mfr. Model # TH5110D1022
- UNSPSC # 41112209
- Catalog Page # 4219
- Shipping Weight 0.6 lbs.
- ItemLow Voltage Thermostat
- Stages Heat1
- Stages Cool1
- Terminal DesignationsR,RC,C,Y,G,W-O/B
- System SwitchingHeat-Off-Cool-Auto
- Fan SwitchingAuto-On
- DisplayExtra-Large Character Display, 3.2 sq. in., LCD, Backlit
- Key Pad LockoutNo
- Programmable FanNo
- Automatic ChangeoverYes
- Humidification ControlNo
- Remote Sensing CapabilityNo
- Battery BackupYes
- Low Battery IndicatorYes
- Batteries IncludedYes
- Dual Transformer CompatibleYes
- Power MethodHardwired/Battery
- Voltage20 to 30VAC
- 750mV CompatibleYes
- Mounting TypeHorizontal
- Control Range40 Degrees to 99 Degrees F
- For Use WithGas, Oil, Electric, Heat Pump, Forced Warm Air, Hot Water, Steam or Gravity
- Includes2 AAA Batteries
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This thermostat can operate without batteries only if the thermostat is wired with the “C” terminal from the heating/cooling equipment to the thermostat. This will take all power from the equipment and batteries can be used as a backup power source.
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