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Honeywell T410A1013 Electric Baseboard Heat Thermostat
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|Ean||0085267328326 , 0085267089524 , 0085267088275|
|Global Trade Identification Number||00085267088275|
|Item Volume||3.74 gallons|
|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|Power Source Type||electric|
|UPC||085267088275 , 085267328326 , 085267089524|
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|Are batteries required?||No||No||No||No||No|
|Item Dimensions||2.25 x 2.75 x 4.50 inches||6.20 x 3.20 x 1.80 inches||3.50 x 2.40 x 5.50 inches||4.69 x 2.88 x 1.13 inches||1.00 x 7.00 x 7.60 inches|
Economy thermostats that provide reliable line voltage control of resistive rated electric heating equipment. Snap-action switch makes heating circuit on temperature fall.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2.25 x 2.75 x 4.5 inches; 7.2 Ounces
- Item model number : T410A1013
- Date First Available : September 5, 2008
- Manufacturer : Honeywell
- ASIN : B001FCNJL4
- Best Sellers Rank: #43,296 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
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Now that it has been cold here for a while we've had a chance to use it over a period of time and find that it does a good job maintaining the temperature in our insulated garage.
I like it because it seems to be well made and should be very reliable. I can set it and forget it and the heater cycles on and off as needed to maintain the temperature, without the worry about programming or a power interruption messing up the settings.
It looks very nice too!
The only negative was that it was not calibrated quite right and there were no instructions provided on how to calibrate it. I was fairly certain that there must be a way and after looking at it I figured out how to do it. The temp setting dial can be removed from an inner dial that actually controls the temperature.
1) Turn the breaker off during this process so your heater isn't turning on and off.
2) measure the room temp with a trusted thermometer.
3) Turn the temp dial down until thermostat is off (listen for 'click')
4) Slowly turn temp dial up and stop right when you hear the click again (this would be the on point).
5) Compare the setting with the current room temp; if it's off by more than you'd like, remove the front cover and then you must carefully pop the outer dial off of the inner dial (try to keep it in the same relative position so you will have a reference point as to where is was.) Note that the outer dial is slightly larger than the inner dial, so carefully pull the outer dial by it outer edge. Once you've done this, do one of the following:
5a) If setting is higher than the room temp, rotate the outer dial counter-clockwise slightly and snap back onto the inner dial.
5b ) If setting is lower than the room temp, rotate the outer dial clockwise slightly and snap back onto the inner dial.
6) Repeat step 5 above until you get the results you're looking for. It should also be noted that these things have a 3-5 degree 'swing' between on and off, so take this into consideration when calibrating so that you get the best results for your particular situation. I was able to get ours very accurate; if I set it to 70 degrees the heater comes on at around 69 and turns off around 72, which works well for our installation.
7) Turn breaker back on.
Overall we are very happy with this thermostat and hope this information is helpful.
*** UPDATE 1/9/2018 ***
Thermostat is failing already and now I am left wondering if this can truly handle the load specified. I have a 4000 watt Cadet wall heater at 16.7 amps, which is well below the maximum rating of 22 amps. However, under load the contacts and/or the micro switch are already failing. Both during operation and when it should be off (set temp is satisfied) I can hear it arcing inside and hear the heater cut off/on briefly each time. It has even shut off completely without the thermostat 'clicking' off and then it will sometimes come back on, then on and off and more arcing. Also, even when it appears to have somewhat 'clicked' off, it will sometimes allow power to the heater briefly. Often, it doesn't sound like it fully 'clicks' off anymore when under load, but strangely if I turn the breaker off and then rotate the dial left and right it sounds like it clicks normally.
Needless to say, I have shut off the breaker and ordered another thermostat (but not this one.) I decided to try the older version of this one; it looks a bit more 'dated', but maybe they were made better back then.
As for this one, well, I'm out $20. Due to the above, I have obviously nothing good to say about it now, thus my 1-star rating. Sorry!
It was a little bit of work to install because things weren't quite exactly the same as the previous one, but it wasn't all that complicated. Worked the first time I turned on the power and isn't giving me any trouble.
Worked one winter season.
Turned it on for this season, and it ran for a bit, then no heat,
Took the thermostat out--wires burnt, wirenut exploded.
Using a 240v FUH54 5k watt heater.