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Old 01-20-2010, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by beowulff View Post
A White-Rogers (PDF).
The 'stat works fine, although, as an embedded systems Engineer, I think their software is pretty brain-dead. For example, their remote calibration is completely non-intuitive. What it does is change the sent temperature, without affecting the reading. So, if the remote reads 72F, and the actual temperature is 70F, you calibrate it down 2 degrees, which tells the main unit that it's only 70F, but the remote unit still reads 72F! I mean, how stupid is that? But, once it's installed and working, it does the job.
White Rogers is a good stat. Honeywell has similar stats and I believe their calibration actually does change the reading. Good idea on the remote stat.
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