Cadet Non Programmable Thermostat

Cadet manufactures three high-quality economical wall thermostats that are ideal for simple temperature control and easily replace line voltage thermostats. These non-programmable, mechanical thermostats are great for use with electric baseboards or wall heaters. Find simple control with a Cadet economical wall heater thermostat from HomElectrical.

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What is an Economic Wall Thermostat?

An economic Cadet wall thermostat is a mechanical thermostat used to control the temperature in any given space. Mechanical thermostats must be set manually instead of programmed like electronic thermostats.

What types of economic Cadet wall thermostats are available?

T410: The T410 is designed to be an easy replacement for most line voltage wall-mounted thermostats. It offers easy temperature adjustments with a simple twist dial. The cover lock and temperature range stop to control the minimum and maximum settings. They are designed for use with 120, 208, and 240 volt electric baseboard or wall heaters. They can control up to 5,280 watts at 240 volts or 2,640 watts at 120 volts. They are available in single or double poles.

M600: The M600 thermostat is designed to replace most wall-mounted line voltage thermostats for 120, 208, and 240 volt electric baseboard or wall heaters. They control up to 5,280 watts at 240 volts or 2,640 watts at 120 volts. These heater is available in single or double pole options. The snap-action temperature control provides easy installation and reliable operation.

C600: The C600 thermostat offers an efficient and economical solution for 120, 208, and 240 volt electric baseboard or wall heaters. They feature durable internal metal components that ensure reliable performance, and the ventilated cover design enhances sensitivity to room temperature changes. The heat-anticipated models provide closer and more balanced temperature regulation. The tamperproof models offer control for the minimum and maximum temperature settings.

What are the difference between Programmable and Non-programmable?

Non-programmable, also known as single programming, must be set manually while programmable thermostats can be programmed to change without physically changing it. Programmable thermostats are more energy efficient because they allow for users to set the temperature for night and day and to lower when they are not in their home.

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.
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