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7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

SKU:TH106

Brand: Honeywell Aube

Honeywell Aube
Qty Price
$47.95
/ each
$187.00 / box (4 units x $46.75)
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Specs

Application: Electric Heat (Line Voltage)
Programmability: Programmable
7 Day
User Interface: Push Button
Mount: Vertical
Options: Large Display
Power Method: Hardwired
Temperature Range (F): 40°-86°F
Voltage:
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240v
120v
Frequency: 50-60 Hz
Color: White
Dimensions: 4.9" x 5" x 1.5"
Electric Connection: 6" Tinned Copper Lead Wires

Description for Honeywell Aube TH106

Features

  • High-capacity electronic thermostat (up to 4000 W@240V)
  • Timeless design complements any room
  • Ultimate temperature control - the most accurate type of theremostat on the market (± 0.15 C / 0.27 F)
  • On-screen heating power indicator gives as-a-glance verification of power being used
  • 2-wire non-polarized connection means fast, hassle-free installation
  • Early Start function ensures programmed temperature is reached by the programmed time
  • Temporary bypass enables temperature override without changing programming
  • Battery-free backup means no-reprogramming your schedule after a power

7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

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Honeywell Aube5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating
 
4.5

(based on 14 reviews)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Works as advertised

I purchased this unit after I learned I only had a 2 wire connection to my baseboard. I had no problems hooking it up and it worked with only a few changes to the...Read complete review

I purchased this unit after I learned I only had a 2 wire connection to my baseboard. I had no problems hooking it up and it worked with only a few changes to the standard configuration. My major complaint is the size of the unit, as I originally had selected the smaller version that is the size of the standard switch box, but it required 4 wires. This one is quite big and prominent. The display is nice, but it would be better if it were backlit. I haven't had it long enough to see how much it saves over a non-programmable unit.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Accurate but...

This is a good unit, it's accurate and it's easy to install and program. However, after installing it, I noticed that my heat was coming on and off every 15 seconds. I...Read complete review

This is a good unit, it's accurate and it's easy to install and program. However, after installing it, I noticed that my heat was coming on and off every 15 seconds. I called Honeywell tech support and they said that is what the unit is designed to do to maintain temp and save energy. That's smart, but in my case I could hear the baseboard units coming on and off, and it was driving me crazy. Fortunately, there was a dipswitch that allowed me to change the cycle time to 15 minutes and I can live with that. Interestingly enough, I also purchased and installed three Honeywell Line Volt Pros and I'm pretty sure they work the same way, but in those other rooms, I can't hear the heaters coming on and off. My bottom line is that I would only buy this unit if you need to control 4000 watts, for the smaller loads, I would stick with the double pole Line Volt Pro TL8230A1003.

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4.0

Very nice thermostat and affordable.

By frovello

from Fairfield County, CT

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Currently I use the thermostats in 4 rooms in my home. There is 1 in each of 2 bedrooms, 1 in the kitchen, and 1 in the living/dining room.
I anticipate adding 1 to each of my 3 other bedrooms and 1 in my family room.

I like the structured programming and ease of setting.

I wish the unit had a backlit lcd screen. Is hard to read, and impossible in a darkened room.

More programming periods during a 24 hour day would be nice, but I guess that is available with a higher priced unit.

 
5.0

Use in my whole house

By Do it all John

from Allentown, PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

I bought three of these for the lower level of my house. I have been using five upstairs for over two years now without issue. The price is very good and delivery was prompt.They work as advertised, set them and forget them. Just remember to add up your wattage for your heaters so you don't overload them. If they are replacements for old thermostats, there should not be a problem.

 
5.0

So far, it exceeds my expectations

By DennisT

from Malibu, CA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

So far this product exceeds my expectations. It was easy to install and easy to set up. The best thing however is that it is simple to operate (I am using it on manual mode - just push the up and down arrows to set the temperature you want) and it holds the temperature within 1 degree. I use to hear the expansion noise from the base board heater, but it is completely silent. Perfect. A product that actually works better than I expected.

 
5.0

Aube TH106 Thermostat

By Pat from Wyoming

from Cheyenne, Wyoming

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Working fine for now. Easy to install. Replaced my old thermostat (same as this one but made before Honeywell took over the manufacture and sale of product. Reasonably priced, though I wish they had a repair facility to determine what went wrong with the oriiginal equipment, though I suspect that the battery failed and there seems no way to replace it. Wish it was backlit.

 
5.0

The product is everything as advertised

By ghost

from Colorado

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Installed in every room of the house

 
5.0

I have bought this product again

By paul

from Pocono's,Pa

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

We live in the pocono's of Pa. and our winters get pretty cold. This thermostat has cut our electric bill by 25%.

 
4.0

Average..needs backlighting

By NCNormalGuy

from Raleigh, NC

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

This is the third programmable thermostat I have installed. Wiring is a breeze. Ease of programming is average. However, the unit needs a backlight option for darker areas. On the good side, I like that you can lock the keyboard.

 
4.0

Works well, very accurate

By GW

from Central Alabama

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

I used this thermostat to replace an inexpensive bi-metallic, non-calibrated thermostat. It works very well and with the 15-second cycling (switchable to 15-minute) it keeps the room temperature exactly where you set it. As others have said, it needs a backlight. Because of where it is installed, I need a flashlight to see it to change any settings. Also, it doesn't allow different temperatures for the different cycle. There are three temperatures you can set, Comfort Temp. (normal in-use temp), Night Temp (temp. to use at night or when away) and Vacation Temp (temperature to set when away from the house for an extended time). This arrangement does not allow for setting of multiple "away" temps for example, you can't program it to stay at 65 when you are away at work and also program it to stay at 60 at night. Instead, the "night" temp. will be used for both occurences. All three temp. settings are able to be set by the user.

All-in-all, it's a good thermostat. With the addition of a backlight it would be a great thermostat. If you could program different cycle temperatures it would be an excellent thermostat!

With all that being said, it's way better than what it replaced!

 
5.0

The best 240v 20A programable thermostat

By Adam

from Ontario Canada

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

This thermostat is one of the very programable stats out there for a 240V 20A circuit. It is very easy to use and the program design is excellent.

 
4.0

VERY GOOD PRODUCT

By PAULS

from Albrightsville, Pa.

Verified Buyer

Comments about 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

I bought 4 thermostats and I see a better management of heat. Wish there was a back light, and I am still trying to fine tune the programing. Instructions could be a little plainer to understand.

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  • 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    How many different temperatures can you program within a day?
    example:
    sleep - 68
    Wake- 70
    leave - 64
    Return 67

    My 120 vault allows me to program with these settings, i notice on the 240's they only allow for 2 temps per day???
    Asked on 2/18/2014 by gdb from United States

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    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      My 240V version allows for the 4 settings.

      Answered on 2/18/2014 by Anonymous
  • 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    Two questions:

    If my fuse is a double pole, can I use a single pole thermostat like this one?

    Max amperage apears to be 16.7. But my choices are 15 amp to 20 amp fuse.

    Thanks.
    Asked on 8/15/2012 by aaronthecarpenter from WA

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    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Whether you use this version or a double pole version depends on the wiring in your switchbox to the heater where the thermostat will mount and the configuration of the one you're replacing. If you have only have 2 wires to the heater, then you'll need this one. This is what I had and it works fine. If you have 3 wires, you should go with a double pole version. 15 amp is safer but depends on the size of the heater and it's max draw. Make sure the thermostat can drive the heater amperage.

      Answered on 8/15/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The poles of your breaker or fuse have nothing to do with the use of a single-pole thermostat.  The placement of the thermostat in the circuit determines which you will use.  Check out the wiring diagrams for each.  You should be able to see the difference.  I believe the double-pole thermostat gives you extra flexibility in wiring.  A single-pole would be installed in-line with one of the hot leads to a 240V (220) heater.  When the temp is below the setpoint, the thermostat closes the circuit allowing the heater to come on.  It opens when the temp is at or above the setpoint.
       
      As far as amps are concerned, if you have 16.7 amps you need a circuit capable of handling 16.7 amps... or a 20 amp circuit.  You can't just change the fuse from a 15A to a 20, you must have the proper size wire installed on the circuit.  20 amp requires a #12AWG coductor.  A typical 15A circuit would normally use a #14AWG wire which is smaller and can't carry the required amperage.  16.7 amps on a 15 amp circuit will blow the fuse.  Changing the fuse to a 20A will heat up the wire too much and possibly could start a fire.
       
      I hope this helps with the question.  I am not an electrician and I provide this information for reference only.  Seek qualified personnel to help you with your installation.
       

      Answered on 8/15/2012 by Anonymous
  • 5-2 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    Can these thermostats be used with hydronic baseboard heaters?
    Asked on 1/16/2011 by Anonymous

    2 answers

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      A:

      They can, as long as the thermostat ratings meet the ratings of your baseboard.

      Answered on 2/1/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, I installed this thermostat with a QMark 70" Hydronic baseboard heater and it works well. The unit is easy to install and ease of programming is ok but it lacks a backlight if that is an issue for you. The unit can handle a range of size of heaters as well. The memory holds for 4 hrs in case of power failure which is ok but less than other units in my house.

      Answered on 3/26/2012 by NCNormalGuy from Raleigh, NC
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