Programmable thermostat

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Programmable thermostat

A thermostat that allows homeowners to set the temperature at different levels at different times of day. For example, in winter, it could be set to be colder while occupants sleep and warmer as occupants awaken.
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Simple things like installing a setback thermostat, turning off room lights and computers when not in use, and replacing lights with more efficient lighting options provide cost savings and are important steps in being green.
Using a setback thermostat that automatically lowers your temperature during the evening may offer a savings of 5%-10%.
A setback thermostat allows you to automatically turn down the heat when you're away at work or when you're sleeping at night, and then boost the temperature to a comfortable level when you need it.
Consider installing an automatic setback thermostat that allows you to program temperature settings for different times of the day.
Consider a programmable setback thermostat that can automatically control your heating system, telling it when to turn on and off for specific periods that you choose -- typically during the night and working hours.
Add a setback thermostat to automatically raise the setting when not at home or possibly at night.
Consider installing a programmable or setback thermostat.
1988) concluded that setback thermostats are of questionable value and may even be counterproductive in a home built to R-2000 standards.
Apogee's ACE awards for Outstanding Conservation and Stewardship goes to Marietta Power and Water for its Web-based water saving calculators and tips that help customers combat the area's drought, and to PECO for implementation of seven laser-focused energy calculators that help customers zero in on ways to save regarding appliances, TVs, paperless billing, setback thermostats and more.
Line Voltage Thermostats 3 Key Components of Mechanical Thermostats 3 Mercury Switch 3 Connecting Wires 3 Thermometers 3 Digital Thermostats 3 Types of Digital Thermostats 4 Wired Thermostats 4 Internet Thermostats 4 Wi-Fi Thermostats 4 Benefits of Digital Thermostats 4 Optimized Energy Consumption 4 Reduction in Utility Bills 4 Ease-of-Use 4 Reduction in Wear and Tear 5 Flexibility 5 Smart Thermostats 5 Security Still Poses a Major Concern in Smart Thermostats 6 Setback Thermostats 6 Drawbacks of Setback Thermostats 6