High-accuracy thermostats reduce energy usage

Finder, thermostat

Finder’s 1T range of high-accuracy micro-processor-based room thermostats provide a temperature-setting resolution accuracy of 0.1 K and advanced setting options to help reduce energy use in commercial and residential environments. A day/night selector enables temperatures to be set back by 3 K to further reduce energy consumption, and there is a frost-protection setting of 5°C in the off mode.

There are two models, each in a choice of grey or white housings. One model has an LCD display and pushbutton temperature setting. The other has LED indication and analogue dial temperature setting.

Two AAA batteries power the thermostat, and the output is a 5 A, 230 V AC changeover relay.

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