Heat pump thermostat is compatible with almost any heat pump system, without the wires required for a traditional thermostat in a typical home, such as an air conditioner. It doesn't work, but it is much faster and more reliable than conventional air conditioners and heat pumps and there are a variety of options for different types of heating and cooling.
A multi-stage heating and cooling system that requires a specific type of heat pump thermostat, choosing the best thermostat for your home will come down to personal preferences, which are generally dynamic between equipment and price. Pick the exciting features, stay focused, and decide whether it's the right choice for you and your needs, not just your budget. If your budget is low, you can opt for a standard programmable heat pump thermostat that is more than enough to regulate the temperature and maintain efficiency. When cooled, the heat pumps operate at a lower temperature, so manually switching on the thermostat saves money.
If you set the thermostat to heat the heat pump or the stove, you will get the temperature in your house. If you have a pump, you can keep your thermostat at the "heat" setting by turning on the switch and heating it up. The operation of the additional heat is controlled by a switch in the upper right corner of the aux-e cable of your heating pump.
Typical Wiring Diagram
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Q: Can your thermostat turn the fan on without heat or cooling? Does this work remotely?
A: Yes the fan can be turned to "ON" instead of "AUTO". You can also set it to Circulate and program a duty cycle - like 10 minutes per hour.
Q: The LCD panel of the thermostat displays ER... What is the cause of the fault code and how to solve it?
A: Sensor failure prompt, if the sensor fails, ER0 or ER1 will appear on the LCD interface. ER0 means the built-in sensor is not detected or the built-in sensor is faulty; ER1 means the external sensor is not detected or the external sensor is faulty.