Non-Programmable SimpleComfort Thermostat - 1 Heat/1 Cool/1 Heat Pump (Dual Powered) Zoom

Non-Programmable SimpleComfort Thermostat - 1 Heat/1 Cool/1 Heat Pump (Dual Powered)

SKU:SC2010L

Brand: ICM Controls

ICM Controls
Qty Price
$29.95
/ each
$173.70 / box (6 units x $28.95)
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Specs

Application: Heat Pump
Single Stage (Heat/Cool)
Stages:
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1 Heat Pump
1 Heat/1 Cool
Programmability: Non-Programmable
User Interface: Push Button
Mount: Horizontal
Options: Large Display
Password Lockout
Power Method: Battery
Hardwired
4 or 5 Wire Compatible
Temperature Control Range: 45°F to 90°F
Voltage:
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24 VAC (18/30 VAC)
Amperage:
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3 amp max. total load
1 amp max. per terminal
Height: 3.75"
Width: 5.50"
Depth (Inches): 1.12"
Accuracy: +/- 1°F

Description for ICM Controls SC2010L

The SimpleComfort 2010L is a non-programmable, single stage heat/cool or single stage heat pump (dual powered) thermostat.

Features

  • For single stage heat/cool or single stage heat pump systems
  • New ICM patented Thermal Intrusion Barrier
  • Large backlit LCD display
  • Adjustable temperature differential
  • Zoning system compatible
  • Dual Powered
  • Hardwired
  • Manual changeover
  • Easy access terminal block
  • Precise temperature sensing
  • 4 or 5 wire compatible
  • Field adjustable calibration
  • Soft touch controls
  • High temperature "run away" heat protection
  • Keypad lockout
  • Status LEDs
  • Freeze protection
  • Compatible with gas, oil or electric systems

Non-Programmable SimpleComfort Thermostat - 1 Heat/1 Cool/1 Heat Pump (Dual Powered)

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  • Non-Programmable SimpleComfort Thermostat - 1 Heat/1 Cool/1 Heat Pump (Dual Powered)

    Q:

    setting is set at 78 when temp drop to 77 it comes on and stay on for over an hour just to get it back to 78 degrees. that's only one degree off it shouldnt take over an hour to get back to 78 degrees
    Asked on 7/31/2012 by juju

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      A:

      It does appear that there is an issue with your cooling system. Chances are the problem is not with the thermostat itself. You may want to have an HVAC technician take a look at the system.

      Answered on 8/1/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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