Indoor Temperature Controller for portable heaters/air conditioners
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Saturday Dec. 21 Requires more than 1 hour to charge battery, suggest over night. Is keeping the 10' by 10' bath within 2 degrees of setting with space heater. Tested recovery after setting and then unplugging when it was giving power to the heater and when it was not. Then plugged it back it.
It continued to operate and did not require resetting after the power interruption.
1. Plug the controller in to charge the internal battery. It is otherwise not functional.
2. Contrary to the included instruction, do not unplug to program. Everything has to be done with the unit plugged in.
3. Why can't the controller display the current temperature? It obviously has to know the current temperature and there is a big LCD display.
4. The controller is a little long, so you won't be able to use the other receptacle without using some sort of power strip or outlet extender.
I would recommend this only if purchased from someplace (like Amazon) where you can return it easily. Otherwise, I wouldn't risk it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pros : bought this for my Window Fan I have a High velocity floor fan 14" in the window as a exhaust fan to push the hot air out the room . Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lemont Hill
Works as it should. Not sure about the temp calibration, but trial and error gets you the setting you want. If you think it isn't working properly, READ the INSTRUCTIONS.Published 5 months ago by Ken Anderl
First one didn't work. Company sent second one. It didn't work. A piece of junk !Published 5 months ago by robert h. geisman
We are using it to control a heater. The heaters temperature control has failed. It works well for me controlling the room at the set temperature. Read morePublished 6 months ago by bcsjeff
First unit didn't work. The second unit worked but instructions were modified (with a sticker) to make the operating temperature above what I needed). Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Walker