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7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

SKU:TH115-A-240D-B

Brand: Honeywell

Honeywell
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$44.85
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$219.75 / box (5 units x $43.95)
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Specs

Application: Electric Heat (Line Voltage)
Stages:
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1 Heat
Programmability: 7 Day
Programmable
User Interface: Push Button
Mount: Vertical
Power Method: Hardwired
Operating Temp Range: 32°-120°F
Temperature Range (F): 40°-80°F
Voltage:
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208v
240v
Hertz: 60
Switch: SPDT
Color: White
Electric Connection: 6" Tinned Copper Lead Wires
Height: 4.9"
Width: 2.8"
Depth (Inches): 0.9"
Humidity Control: No
Wireless: No

Description for Honeywell TH115-A-240D-B

Features

  • Advanced temperature control ensures total comfort by minimizing temperature swings
  • ON/STANDBY switch enables thermostat shutdown at the end of heating season for added security
  • On-screen heating power indicator gives at-a-glance verification of power being used
  • Early Start function ensures programmed temperature is reached by programmed time
  • Temporary bypass enables temperature override without changing programming
  • Attractive design includes hidden programming buttons
  • Battery-free backup means no re-programming your schedule after a power outage
  • Aube CT240/CT241 Telephone Controller

Specifications
  • Watts (208V): 3120W
  • Amps (208V): 15
  • Watts (240V): 3600W
  • Amps (240V): 15

7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

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4.8

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so far so good...

I'm an owner of an electrical contracting company in NJ and I do a lot of work in a retirement village that is all electric...no gas appliances...I've been getting requests to...Read complete review

I'm an owner of an electrical contracting company in NJ and I do a lot of work in a retirement village that is all electric...no gas appliances...I've been getting requests to change thermostats but people want programmable and the type I'd been using were very expensive...these people tend to have 5-6 t-stats in there home since every room has there own t-stat...so I purchased these and gave them a try...so far so good...they are a bit technical but if you can operate a smart phone or use the internet and send email, you should be able to understand how to operate these...I wouldn't recommend any one unlicensed or without training in the electrical field to install these but you could program the 7 day schedule with some help reading the directions...the good part of having 5-6 of these in your home is that after programming the first two, you'll be a whiz at programming the rest...they've been in my parents house for about a month so far and they're happy...must make sure you read the directions when programming...
but I will recommend these to my clients...
thanks for offering a great price on a great product...

VS

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Off by 3 degrees, remote control feature

As another reviewer said, this thermostat is consistently off by 3 degrees (i.e. set it for 50 degrees, room hits 47 degrees). Checked this multiple ways: analog thermometer, digital non-contact...Read complete review

As another reviewer said, this thermostat is consistently off by 3 degrees (i.e. set it for 50 degrees, room hits 47 degrees). Checked this multiple ways: analog thermometer, digital non-contact thermometer, digital thermometer. Not a deal killer for me, but may be for some.
Remote control feature is nice: anything that can close a relay can make this go from vacation mode to normal mode. Great for home automation or 2nd homes.

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4.0

so far so good...

By JC

from Red Bank, NJ

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

I'm an owner of an electrical contracting company in NJ and I do a lot of work in a retirement village that is all electric...no gas appliances...I've been getting requests to change thermostats but people want programmable and the type I'd been using were very expensive...these people tend to have 5-6 t-stats in there home since every room has there own t-stat...so I purchased these and gave them a try...so far so good...they are a bit technical but if you can operate a smart phone or use the internet and send email, you should be able to understand how to operate these...I wouldn't recommend any one unlicensed or without training in the electrical field to install these but you could program the 7 day schedule with some help reading the directions...the good part of having 5-6 of these in your home is that after programming the first two, you'll be a whiz at programming the rest...they've been in my parents house for about a month so far and they're happy...must make sure you read the directions when programming...
but I will recommend these to my clients...
thanks for offering a great price on a great product...

 
5.0

easy install

By Phil

from New Jersey

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

This unit replaces a dial type Honeywell unit that fried out after two years. It didn't occur to me that a thermostat could fail after such a short period of time so I had an electrician check the circuit while was working another job for me.

If you can install outlets and light switches, this should be no problem for you. Since there are 4 writes instead of two, I found a voltage detector (cheapo 12 dollar kind that buzzes when gets close to an ac voltage) very useful to confirm which wires were hot and which ones went to the load.

Programming was straightforward and operation is uncomplicated one you figure out what all the lcd icons mean. It's been about a month and its working just fine. It's nice not to have to remember to turn the heat off Before going to bed!

 
5.0

Great product

By Homeowner Richard

from Maryland

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Works great... took just minutes to install.... it replaced the 25 year old non digital thermostat that was its earliar version. If this one last 25 years I will be very happy. Easy to set up and make changes to the schedules I just wish the buttons were a bit easier to get too.

 
5.0

Best ever

By CHSO488

from Wisconsin

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Used with a 1500 watt electric base board heater. Easily installed and to set works wonderful. Because it's in a small master bathroom you can hear the click when it calls for heat and when it clicks off

 
5.0

Just What I needed

By Stu The Builder

from Eden Prairie, Mn.

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

I installed a Warm tiles cable floor heat. 240 volts I used the warm tiles t-stat and after three years it quit working I bought a new one at a cost of $130.00 and it quit two days later. They would not warranty the product. I found this online and it has been working great for one month now. I am very happy and so is my wife our three hundred square feet or ceramic tile is warm again.

 
5.0

Great product and easy to use.

By Rune Rider

from Oconto Falls, WI

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

I bought two of these a year ago to try them out. I am so happy with the quality of this product I purchased three more. You can program day by day or for the whole week. The only improvement I can think of is if you could have more options as to temperatures per day. Right now you can pick two temperatures for the four possible heating periods.

 
3.0

Off by 3 degrees, remote control feature

By PMOS

from Allentown, PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

As another reviewer said, this thermostat is consistently off by 3 degrees (i.e. set it for 50 degrees, room hits 47 degrees). Checked this multiple ways: analog thermometer, digital non-contact thermometer, digital thermometer. Not a deal killer for me, but may be for some.
Remote control feature is nice: anything that can close a relay can make this go from vacation mode to normal mode. Great for home automation or 2nd homes.

 
5.0

Solid Product with Great Features

By Mikey

from Rochester, NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Easy to install and easy to setup. The product feels very solid and controls temp within a small range. Just make sure that you order the right model for your wiring configuration and voltage.

 
5.0

Very good product

By Home owner

from Vancouver, BC

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Very good product

 
5.0

Wonderful Product

By Barmy

from WNY

Verified Buyer

Comments about 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating:

Easy to install and program, well made, and quite functional. It was exactly what I was looking for.

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  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    The product manual implies that this model can be adapted to an external floor sensor by changing DIP switches on the back. Is that correct?
    Asked on 4/29/2014 by JO from United States

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      A:

      Yes, the thermostat will read from an external floor sensor if dip switch #3 on the rear of the face place is placed in the "up" position. This will engage the "F" mode thermostat program.

      Answered on 5/2/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    Does this thermostat use a mechanical or electronic (triac) switch for supplying power to the heater?
    Asked on 4/24/2014 by dllubin from CA

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      A:

      It is electrical
      Thanks
      Dave

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by Anonymous
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    What is the difference between this unit and a Honeywell TL8230A1003?
    Asked on 6/5/2012 by Jim from Etters, PA

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      A:

      The difference between the thermostats is that one is manufactured to handle hydronic heating and controlling 2-way and 3-way zone valves or electric heat. The Hydronic model can control 2-way and 3-way zone valves and also can be used with low voltage applications. The electric heat model (TL8230A1003) is used to control electric baseboard heat and radiant electric. Voltage requirements here start at 208Vac, up to 240Vac and can handle up to 3600 watts.

      Answered on 6/25/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    Can you tell me what the difference between the TH115-A-240D-B model and the TH115-A-240D model. I notice an extra button on the left side. Is the difference just black verses gray?
    Your answer will be greatly appreciated. I notice the -B models are cheaper.
    Asked on 1/16/2012 by John from Philadelphia, PA

    2 answers

    • A:

      I contacted Aube and they told me that the "B" indicates it is sold in a box and the units are identical.

      Answered on 5/21/2014 by dllubin from CA
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      TH115-A-240D-B models have replaced the obsolete TH115-A-240D. There are no functional differences that we are aware of.

      Answered on 2/10/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    What are the differences between TH115-A240D and the A240D-B? Does the 240D-B have a backlite?
    Asked on 1/13/2012 by Gypsy from Oak Lawn, IL

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      A:

      TH115-A-240D-B is the new version of the obsolete TH115-A-240D. TH115-A-240D-B does have a backlight, which stays illuminated for 12 seconds after the backlight button or one of the arrow buttons is pressed.

      Answered on 1/13/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    I purchased the TH115-A-240D-B thermostats. I want to keep the heat setting 59*F until 6 a.m. Sunday mornings. How do I tell the unit to maintain 59*F Monday thru Saturday? Many thanks, Max.
    Asked on 12/5/2011 by Giddy-up-Go from Indiana

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    • A:

      After programming the date and time the thermostat will allow you to set the temperature for specific days of the week and up to four settings per day. It just takes patience figuring out the menu.

      Answered on 12/12/2011 by Anonymous from None
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    i have basebord heat with 20a circuits. the two baseboard watts are about 1500w each (total 3000w). will these th115-a-240d-b work for me.
    Asked on 11/18/2011 by bob from boston, mass

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      A:

      No, This unit is rated for 15a.

      Answered on 11/23/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    Is there a thermostat like this rated for 20 amp's? This look's like what I need for our church, I'm concerned as to whether or not it's big enough.
    We have two thermostat's in the sanctuary, each thermostat has two 20 amp circuit's coming into 1 thermostat. To sum it up, 4 circuits controlled by two thermostats. Thank you!
    Asked on 3/15/2011 by Steve from Fowlerville, Mi

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      A:

      We are not aware of anything rated above 16.7 amps.

      Answered on 3/23/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    I have 2 questions. First, is this thermostat a 15 minute cycle time??

    Second, I have electric baseboard heat throughout the house with 6 zones and I can not find the wattage of the heaters in each room. Is there a minimum wattage for this thermo and will it work up to a max wattage and what is that max?
    Thanks for your help
    Asked on 3/13/2011 by Anonymous from new hampshire

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      A:

      Yes, the TH115-A-240D-B is working with a 15 minute cycle. There is no minimum load, and the maximum load is 15 Amps or 3600 Watts at 240 Vac.

      Answered on 3/17/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • 7 Day Programmable Line Volt Thermostat for Electric Heating

    Q:

    Can I use it to replace a Mears Model M 401 2 wire, one pole 240 V thermostat for electric baseboard heat?
    Asked on 2/4/2011 by Anonymous

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      A:

      Yes, you can. Honeywell model T4398B1029 and T4398A1021 thermostats should also work.

      Answered on 2/15/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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