Programmable thermostats

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programmable thermostat - 200

The Best-Selling Digital Thermostat Keeps Getting Better
We've enhanced our newest 200-Series programmable digital thermostat with a larger, lighted 4-inch blue display. It now offers more control, more convenience and more value...

programmable thermostat - 500

Communication is the Key

Ruud is proud to introduce the 500-Series Thermostat as part of the most sophisticated and easy-to-use home comfort system available today. The Rheem Comfort Control2 System™ will provide improved comfort, optimal energy efficiency, and enhanced reliability and performance. The Comfort Control2 System consists...

programmable thermostat - 400

The Contour of Comfort
Ruud has set a new industry benchmark for Home Comfort with the 400-Series blue touchscreen thermostat, specially designed to work with Ruud Ultra Series® modulating gas furnaces. Plus, its designed to be easy-to-view, easy-to-understand and easy-to-operate...

programmable thermostat - 300

The New Color of Innovation
Ruud has set a new industry benchmark with the 300-Series blue touchscreen with advanced technology not only delivers all the best features, its truly universal. Plus, its designed to be easy-to-view, easy-to-understand...

programmable thermostat - TH 0482/12V

Thermostat TH 0482/12V,...

programmable thermostat / for underfloor heating - CH-150

Thermostat CH-150, optional...


How to choose this product


A programmable thermostat allows control of the time of day a heating and cooling system operates, normally to save energy. It may be mounted on or built into a wall. Basic clock thermostats offer limited options, while digital models are more flexible. Some models are radio controlled. On ArchiExpo, these devices are arranged by properties including installation type and function.


Such devices can save energy by limiting the times of day the heating or cooling system operates. Some have a wide range of programs such as differential settings for weekdays and weekends. Certain models indicate when it is time to change the filter. Many versions include a digital interface to facilitate use.

How to choose

Consider operational flexibility and verify compatibility with the appliance or system to be controlled. Choose a single- or multi-room system. The thermostat should be installed in a location that will not distort the readings. A unit designed to sense room temperature must be mounted away from heating appliances and direct sunlight. Determine ease of programming and the frequency of battery replacement.

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