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TPI Low Voltage Wall Mounted Thermostats RK124EAA
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TPI Low Voltage Wall Mounted Thermostats RK124EAA

Item #: WBB45859

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RK Series – Heat Only for 24V and Millivolt Systems
Wall mount thermostats provide low voltage operation and feature Fahrenheit/Celsius temperature scales. Sealed contacts. Positive off. Thermostats do not contain mercury. No leveling required. 1 amp. 35-75° F temperature range. Measures 3” x 3-1/4” x 1-1/6”.

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    • WEIGHT LBS.24
    • VOLTAGEMillivolt
    • DESCRIPTIONWall Mounted Thermostat
    • TYPEHeat Only

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Your review: A thermostat that has a temperature range below 50 degrees F., to regulate a garage unit heater, is extremely difficult to find, so I was pleased to locate this one on-line. (Note that, as online, the accompanying photo is not of the thermostat with a 35-75F degree range.) With the accompanying wall plate, it was easy to install. A problem is the poor calibration of the thermostat--that is, the lack of correspondence between thermostat settings and room temperature. I am having to learn where to set the thermostat to get the garage temperature that I want, e.g., a temperature of 50F in the garage is obtained at a setting of about 40F. But the thermostat gives temperature control that is better than nothing, and that is what I began to fear was available.

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