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LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

SKU:TL7235A1003

Brand: Honeywell

Honeywell
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Specs

Application: Heat Only
Electric Heat (Line Voltage)
Stages:
?
1 Heat
Programmability: Non-Programmable
User Interface: Push Button
Mount: Vertical
Options: Large Display
Power Method: Hardwired
Voltage:
?
240v
208v
Temperature Range (F): 40°-86°F
Switch: DPST
Voltage:
?
Line voltage
Wattage:
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3120 to 3600
Wiring: 5-1/2" Tinned Copper Leadwires
Frequency: 60 Hz
50 Hz
Color: Premier White
Height: 4-7/8"
Width: 2-3/4"
Depth (Inches): 7/8"

Description for Honeywell TL7235A1003

Overview

The LineVoltPRO non-programmable digital thermostat provides electronic control of 208/240 Vac resistive rated electric baseboard heaters, radiant ceiling heat, radiant floor heat, convectors and fan forced heaters. If used as directed, electronic thermostats can save up to 10% on annual heating costs. Savings may vary based on geographic region and usage.

Features

  • Electronic temperature control - precision of 1 ªF saves up to 10% on heating bills
  • Large, clear, backlit display - easy to read in various lighting conditions
  • Soundproofed for quiet operation - reduces the clicking noise commonly heard with conventional thermostats
  • On/Off switch allows you to turn the thermostat off at the end of the heating season (TL7235 only)
  • Heating indicator - at a glance confirmation that the heat is on
  • Maintenance free - no batteries required
  • 5-year limited warranty

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

LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

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works well

I bought this to replace an unreliable analog thermostat. This digital one makes it much easier to control the heat precisely and trust that it will do what it says when we're gone for...Read complete review

I bought this to replace an unreliable analog thermostat. This digital one makes it much easier to control the heat precisely and trust that it will do what it says when we're gone for a week/weekend. the temperature readout seems to be about 5deg high though (compared to another digital thermostat and an indoor thermometer in the same location). and i got confused installing it - the only label for the wires on the back was "load", and without thinking i assumed that if there was only one label it was for the incoming (always hot) wires. after it didn't work initially, i then realized that "load" refers to the outgoing (switched hot) wires. no harm done though.

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Not happy with the product at all

I purchased on two occasions a total of 16 of these thermostats to get away from the standard thermostats installed by the builder. Square D dial style thermostats that were not accurate since you...Read complete review

I purchased on two occasions a total of 16 of these thermostats to get away from the standard thermostats installed by the builder. Square D dial style thermostats that were not accurate since you were always guessing where the temp was set. I purchased these digital thermostats and the problem that I am having on many of the stats is that although the temperature is satisfied to the setting and no heating icons are on the thermostat the baseboard is still pumping out heat?? I know about residual heat but this is not the problem. When they should be satisfied with the setting they are still allowing heat to rise from the baseboard units. I am going to call the supplier and see what the return policy is and I will be very happy to try something other than these Honeywell line volatage stats.

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5.0

Thermostat for electric wall heaters

By skibee

from Seattle, Wa

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

Have purchased several for use to control electric wall heaters. Provide more precise heat control than the snap action thermostats they replaced. Easy to install and require less space in electrical box in wall.

 
5.0

Reliable and easy to use

By Adak47

from Edmonds, WA

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

I wanted a simple, accurate, easy to use, and easy to read thermostat for regulating the electric heat in 5 different rooms of my condo. I initially purchased two and they worked so well I ordered another three. The thermostat is very easy to set and it has a large LCD display that can be read across the room. There is also a button to briefly illuminate the display at night.

The only slight problem I have had is one of the thermostats initially turns the heat off one degree short of the set point when I set it back up after being away (e.g., shutting off at 64 for a set point of 65). However, after that it cycles on and off normally and maintains the temperature accurately at the set point.

Finally, the design and appearance of the thermostat is simple and elegant. A programmable version is available as well, but my previous experience with programmable thermostats steered my away from this choice.

 
5.0

I would recommend this product its great

By bobbie

from Montoursville Pa.

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

the things that were great about this product is it is exactly what I needed and it works great. end of story.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wonderful replacement for old Tstats

By Tom

from St. Charles, MO

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

Quite a change from old dial rheostats. Quiet operation, easy to install and nice to have ability to switch off heater at the stat.

 
5.0

Best design for electric heaters!

By Taylor

from BeLlingham, wa

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

It works very well for fan assisted electric heaters! Or any line voltage heaters. Simple on off or what temp would you like. Clean look. Quality construction. Double pole which is the current code. Digital display is lighted and very easy to read. I'm a heating contractor and these are my favorite for line voltage thermostats.

 
4.0

lIKE THE 7000 SERIES THERMOSTATS A LOT

By Warren

from Western Maryland

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

I have both the 7000 series and the 8000 series thermostats, I bought an 8000 to compare with the 7000 series. I dont like the 8000 because they are way to difficult to program etc, but each use is different. I am ordering the 7000 series to change the remaining thermostates in my house.

 
1.0

Not happy with the product at all

By Jim

from Brodheadsville, Pa

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

I purchased on two occasions a total of 16 of these thermostats to get away from the standard thermostats installed by the builder. Square D dial style thermostats that were not accurate since you were always guessing where the temp was set. I purchased these digital thermostats and the problem that I am having on many of the stats is that although the temperature is satisfied to the setting and no heating icons are on the thermostat the baseboard is still pumping out heat?? I know about residual heat but this is not the problem. When they should be satisfied with the setting they are still allowing heat to rise from the baseboard units. I am going to call the supplier and see what the return policy is and I will be very happy to try something other than these Honeywell line volatage stats.

 
5.0

These digital thermostats work great.

By Barney

from Westfield, NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

Be sure to not overload these thermostats. The model that I purchased are rated 15 amps. The termostat will heat up if your load is over 15 amps. I ended up with an 18amp load on 1 thermostat and it actually melted the plastic case. The circuit breaker tripped so there was no safety issue. I later discovered that there was one more baseboard heater hooked up to that thermostat. I have no more than 12 amp draw on any thermostat now, which gives a wider safety factor.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The best store on the internet

By Boomer

from Albrightsville pa 18210

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

Easy to use and in time it will save money on my electric bill

 
5.0

Love this Product!

By dick-d

from Fairport, NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat:

Very easy to install and operate. Great comfort control for rooms with baseboard electric or other 220v heat. Keeps rooms at far more accurate hoped for temperature than the old rotary style thermostats. Wish I had bought/installed them sooner!

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  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    will this unit work with hydronic baseboard units
    Asked on 5/29/2014 by Mr fix it from foley, alabama

    1 answer

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes. This unit will work with hydronic, line voltage, baseboard heaters.
      It is programmable, and the digital readout with back light, once the button
      is pushed, is a nice addition. The unit can be used with both electric
      baseboard and electric hydronic baseboard, each at 240/208 volts up to 3600
      watts total.

      Answered on 5/29/2014 by Anonymous
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    How far does the back portion of this thermostat protrude into the electrical box?
    Asked on 2/25/2014 by depawl

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It mounts flush to the wall.

      Answered on 2/26/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It pretty much fits flush to the wall.

      Answered on 2/26/2014 by Anonymous
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    How deep does the back of this extend into the electrical box?
    Asked on 2/24/2014 by depawl

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I would say 3/4 inch, plenty of room for wires and unit in any standard electric box. Must say I really like this unit.
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 2/25/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It fits box like a cover plate,only the wires extend into box
      Sent from my iPad
      Best regards
      Matweecha

      Answered on 2/25/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Use a large switch box as there are four wires + grd
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 2/25/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Almost 2 inches.

      Answered on 2/24/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      We had a normal twist knob thermostat in place before replacing them with these and it fit in the box just fine, maybe a little more snug but wasn’t impossible, hope this helps!!
      Kim Marshall

      Answered on 2/24/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Check the installation manual for exact measurements, it will easily install into a standard single gang electrical box

      Answered on 2/24/2014 by Anonymous
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    I have in ceiling radiant heat. With this thermostat work on that system?
    Asked on 2/11/2014 by robb from santa barbara, CA

    3 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Yes, The system will work with radiant ceiling heat systems.

      Answered on 3/7/2014 by PexSupplyStaff from New York
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Hi,
      I have ceiling radiant heat also. I also have Radiant Cove panels,
      infra-red electric heat. I purchased two of that Honeywell thermostat that
      your asking about. Neither one worked as the heat varied 5 degrees on both.
      I asked a Electrician friend that same question .His answer was that he
      didn't know but he would test it using Electric baseboard heat. Well, it
      didn't control any different. Soon as the weather gets warmer, I have a
      Honeywell T498B 1512 Super Tradeline which I know will work, is going to
      be the replacement. In ceiling radiant heat seems to be not be available to
      be purchased now and I have converted some rooms over to Radiant infra-red
      Cove Panels. www.radiantsystemsinc.com

      Answered on 2/12/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It will if you have 220 line voltage to the heater and not a low voltage system with relays.
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 2/11/2014 by Anonymous
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    i have 2 baseboard heaters in my living room ,will this thermostat work with both heaters connected to it?
    Asked on 1/8/2014 by michael from queens ny

    10 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Hello
      This thermostat is rated at 240 volts/3000 watts. Typically baseboard
      heaters are about 250 watts per foot. Check the labels on the heaters and
      make sure they are not above 3000 watts total. Also make sure that these
      heaters are wired in parallel. I have had good results with these
      thermostats.
      Good Luck
      Rick

      Answered on 1/9/2014 by Rick from Northeast Ohio
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      As long as they are connected together, YES. This thermostat is to be used to control a single heat. Very reliable and looks great on the wall.

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Contingent on the rated wattage of the thermostat and of the two heater if the thermostatic across the line connection as noted in description.
      Wattage is also determined by supply voltage ,either 240 or 210.
      Put all the missing numbers together and you will have the answer.
      Sent from my iPad
      Best regards
      Matweecha

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The thermostat is a TL7235A rated at 15 amps and
      3600 watts @ 240 volts
      3150 watts @ 208 volts
      14 feet of baseboard at 250 watts per foot equals 3500 watts
      12 feet of baseboard at 250 watts per foot equals 3000 watts
      These are the parameters he must maintain.
      Sent from my iPad
      Best regards
      Matweecha

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The only way this thermostat will work safely is if the amperage of the baseboard heaters totals no more the 14 amps combined. I had I had one 8ft and one 6ft and the combined amperage use was over 16. That was fine cause my old thermostat was rated for 20 amps.Even though the LinePro thermostat is rated for15 amps, to be safe don't go over 14.
      I changed out my old baseboard heaters for two new 6ft Hydronic units  and brought  the total amperage use down to 12.6. Each one used 6.3 amps. So the key is find out what amps your baseboards pull and go from there.

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You can hook up several heaters as long as you don't go over 3600 watts total. This works great get the Honeywell model not the knock off brand.

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It depends on the wattage rating of the heaters. Add the two baseboard heater wattage ratings together and purchase the thermostat rated as high or higher. The wattage of the heaters may be found under the access cover. Also you need to know if your heater is a 120 or 240 volt system. The thermostat comes in both types. I really like them as an upgrade from the old style.

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, PROVIDED that the 2 heaters together do not total
      more than 15 amps (typically heaters are 250 watts
      per foot - so if the 2 heaters are 14' or less it should
      be OK.)
      Al

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have 2 baseboard heaters working fine with this thermostat. 2ea 5' heaters 220vac.

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I am not sure I can answer that question. It would depend on the circuit. If both heater are on one circuit, I would think that the thermostat would work. I would recommend checking with an electrician.
      Regards

      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    Do I need a neutral wire to the stat for it to operate?
    Can I just bring one hot in and back out to the relay ?
    Asked on 3/16/2012 by Marcus from Maryland

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I recall it needed a neutral, makes sense since it needs to be powered
      continuously to sense temperature etc.

      Answered on 3/16/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      are you using this thermostat for electric baseboard heat?. if so, you do notny. elect. baseboard heat is strictly a resistive load. i would however, use thepole therm, and not the single pole. that way when you shut it off it is a positive off, and kills the power to both legs. a single pole therm will only kill one leg, leaving one leg hot to the heater all the time. hope this helps.... bob

      Answered on 3/16/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You need two wires in, 220VAC and two wires out to the load.

      Answered on 5/13/2012 by Jr. the procrastinator from Candler NC
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    I'm replacing an old bi=metal thermostat 240 volt that operates an electric baseboard heater it has 2 black wires will this unit work?
    Asked on 3/6/2012 by Anonymous

    9 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You should have two supply wires, 120 volts each and two heater wires. The thermostat base connects in series with these four wires to control the current to the heater. The primary concern is to ensure that the thermostat has a current rating capable of handling the baseboard unit. I believe the specs for this unit state that it will handle up to 3500 watts, please verify your current requirements by checking the UL specification tag located on the heater. It should handle most baseboard heaters without issue.

      Answered on 3/6/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I'm not 100% sure what you mean by 2 black wires? In my case I had two sets
      of wires coming into the switch box. One set comes in from the electrical
      panel (i.e. power) and the second set comes from the electric baseboard
      heater. So the thermostat has four wires that hook up to the two wires
      coming in from the electrical panel and the two wires coming from the
      baseboard heater.
      Hope that makes sense.
      Kim Nordyke

      Answered on 3/6/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      If you are not sure, you should have a qualified electrician look at it and
      install an appropriate thermostat. It sound like you have a single pole
      thermostat. If so you something like the Honeywell TH114-A-240S-B (240v,
      16.7A, SPST) may work.

      Answered on 3/6/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Sorry, I don't know. I have 4 wires and just matched them up so the unit
      would work. Great unit, works very well with our electeic baseboard. I've
      replaced all the thermostats in the house with this model.

      Answered on 3/6/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      yes it will It took me a couple tries to get the wires right but they work great good luck

      Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      This thermostat requires 240 voltage supplied to run the electronics and relay. It can be used on a 4 wire setup only, but not a 2 wire
       

      Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Hi
      Thermostat you already have that is single pole thermostat and this new is double pole, as long you two wires from supply and two wires from your baseboard you can use this new thermostat and connect two wires from supply to line side and wires from baseboard to the load side on the new thermostat.
      Thanks

      Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No this unit requires that you have both wires of the 240 volt feed and the load for this to work.  So if you only have two wires in the wall case that means you are only breaking on leg and this will not work.  Check to see if the two white wires are wire nutted together in the back of the box then all you have to do is separate the two and you will be good to go.
      Timothy L Heisey

      Answered on 3/7/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      These units are powered by the incoming line feed, so I assume they would need the 2 wire input and associated 2 wire output to function. I don't think they would work in a contact closure situation, which sounds like what you have.

      Answered on 3/14/2012 by Rocky Mountain Skier from Colorado
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    wiil this thermostat work with my oil heat which has an old line voltage mechanical honeywell thermostat 2 wire
    Asked on 3/2/2012 by john from st james new york

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No this will not work.

      Answered on 3/2/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It is great with with electric heat. I have two of these types, one 110V
      with an oil heater and another 220V with baseboard and am very happy with
      them. It might be OK with an oil furnace as long as you keep the setting he
      same all day long. But since it uses a proportional integral control logic
      that ramps up the on time to avoid excessive overshoot and once stabilized
      keeps amazingly constant temperatures, you may find it short cycles too
      much for an oil heater when first turning it on or after increasing the
      setting. If you keep the setting constant all day, it may work fine, but I
      would still be concerned about short and too rapid cycling.

      Answered on 3/2/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      you dont give the model number for this thermostat. if it is a single pole 110 volt thermostat, then yes it will work fine. if it is a four wire 220 volt thermostat, then no, i dont recommend it. please be sure that your thermostat wires are in fact 110 volt, and not 24 volt control voltage. hope this helps.
      .

      Answered on 3/2/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Don't think you have line voltage if you have oil heat. Generally speaking, oil fired boilers/furnaces have 24 volt control wiring, not 110 or 220 volt line voltage. This thermostat is for electric resistance heat.

      Answered on 3/3/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It is a line voltage stat, so I see no reason why it would not work.

      Answered on 3/3/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      This is an electric heat thermostat with high voltage (house 240 volts alternating current) in and out. I doubt your old 2 wire thermostat uses line voltage.

      Answered on 3/5/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    How do you wire the TL7235A1003 as 4W/SP so that it can handle 16.7A? Wiring diagram needed. Please reference this answer below regarding the TL7235A 16.7A capability:

    "Yes, this unit will handle 15.66 amps when using it at 4w/SP (Single Pole). In addition, the maximum load for this unit is 16.7 amps at 4W/SP. However, when using it at 4W/DP (Double Pole), the maximum load is 15 amps, so the unit would not work in this example."
    Asked on 1/19/2012 by Gary from Seattle, WA

    1 answer

  • LineVoltPro Digital, Non-Programmable, Electric Heat Thermostat

    Q:

    My father needs a simple easy manual to set the thermostat at a different temperature. Is there a manual to dowload?
    Asked on 12/31/2011 by Jo from Marshfield, MA

    2 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      We'd recommend that you check out the manual linked below.

      http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/69-0000s/69-2022.pdf

      Answered on 1/5/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No manual necessary. One button up and another to go down. It's so easy even a parent can do it.

      Answered on 1/17/2012 by Rich from Virginia Beach, VA
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