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Low Voltage Thermostat, Stages Cool 1, Stages Heat 1
- Item # 6WU97
- Mfr. Model # TH4110D1007
- UNSPSC # 41112209
- Catalog Page # 4218
- Shipping Weight 0.7 lbs.
- Item Low Voltage Thermostat
- Stages Heat 1
- Stages Cool 1
- Temp. Settings per Day 4
- Programs per Week 5-2
- Terminal Designations R, RC, C, Y, W, G, O, B
- System Switching Heat-Cool-Off
- Fan Switching Auto-On
- Display Size 0.9 sq. in.
- Display Type LCD, Backlit
- Humidification Control No
- Battery Backup Yes
- Low Battery Indicator Yes
- Batteries Included Yes
- Dual Transformer Compatible Yes
- Power Method Hardwired/Battery
- Voltage 24VAC
- 750mV Compatible Yes
- Mounting Type Horizontal
- Height 3-13/16"
- Width 5-3/8"
- Depth 1-1/4"
- Color White
- Control Range 40 Degrees to 99 Degrees F
- Features System Switches Located on Side
- Includes 2 AA Batteries
- Green Environmental Attribute Product Contributes to Reducing Energy Consumption
Compliance and Restrictions
Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item has one or more environmentally preferable attributes. For additional information, see the Tech Specs tab on the product description page.
Item # 1UHG8DAYTON
Price $79.35 / each
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For example, if your sleep program has a temperature setting o 65 degrees, but your Wake program has a temperature setting of 70 degrees, "recovery" means the thermostat is on its way to your 70 degree setting.
This is the feature Adaptive Intelligent Recovery. It allows the thermostat to learn when it needs to bring the heat on so it is at your Wake program setting.
We hope this information is of use to you.
Honeywell Customer Care
Recovery is the cycle when the thermostat engages the equipment to meet the pre-programmed temperature setting on the thermostat. If your thermostat is set to 65° in the away setting from 10:00am to 4:00pm and it is set to 70° at 4:00pm in the return setting the time the furnace/heater is running to get to the set temperature is the recovery cycle.
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The first way is to press the Hold button and then press the up or down arrows until the desired temperature setting is achieved.
The second way is to press the up or down arrows until the desired temperature setting is achieved and the press the Hold button.
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