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Aube Programmable Thermostat (2, 3, 4 or 5 wire applications)

Price: $51.95

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Brand Aube
Item Number EE84
Model Number TH141-HC-28
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Estimated Savings

Estimated Product Savings

Kilowatt Hours Saved

2,006 per year
30,085 life of product

Dollars Saved

$236.67 per year
$3,550.04 life of product

Gallons of Water Saved

0 per year
0 life of product

Trees Planted

1.1 per year
15.8 life of product
Full Details

This programmable low voltage thermostat is suitable for use with forced hot air heating systems with central air conditioning. It automatically switches between heating and cooling as needed, making this thermostat particularly unique. You may program up to four settings per day, with each day being programmed differently if desired. It will retain the settings in memory even during a power outage, eliminating the need to re-program the thermostat. Suitable for 2, 3, 4 or 5 wire applications. 3.8" (97 mm) wide x 4.9" (125.5 mm) high x 1.0" (26 mm) deep.

Specs and Features
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Brand Aube
ENERGY STAR Qualified No
Item Number EE84
Model Number TH141-HC-28
Origin Canada
Warranty 1 year
Wiring (Rh) Red, (W) White, (Rc) Blue, (Y) Yellow, (G) Green
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