Cadet Digital Programmable Thermostat

Cadet manufactures a variety of thermostats ideal for reducing energy use, saving money, and improving your comfort. Cadet's selection includes electronic, wall, and built-in thermostats, so you can control your heat in the way that is most convenient for you. Get your ideal Cadet thermostat from HomElectrical.

What is a thermostat?

A Cadet thermostat can sense the temperature of a system so that the system's temperature is maintained near a desired set point.

How does a Cadet thermostat work?

Cadet thermostats control room temperature by switching heating or cooling devices on or off to regulate the flow of a heat transfer fluid as needed.

What types of thermostats does Cadet offer?

Cadet offers a variety of thermostats that reduce energy consumption and save money. They manufacture electronic wall thermostats, economical wall thermostats, built-in baseboard thermostat kits, and specialty thermostats.

What is the difference between Programmable and Non-programmable thermostats?

Non-programmable, also known as single programming, must be set manually while programmable thermostats can be programmed to change without physically changing it.

What is the difference between single pole and double pole thermostats?

Single pole thermostats only have a "low" setting instead of a true "off" setting and feature two connection wires. Double pole thermostats have a true "off" setting and feature four connection wires.

What is the difference between Line voltage or low voltage thermostats?

Line voltage thermostats are used with electric wall or baseboard heaters. Low voltage thermostats are used to control central heating and cooling systems.

What is the difference between Mechanical or electronic thermostats?

Mechanical thermostats feature two pieces of bonding metal that bend when the temperature changes. Because of this feature, these types of heaters are turned on and off within three to six degrees of their set point.
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