Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable Zoom

Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable

SKU:1E65-144

Brand: White Rodgers

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Specs

Application: Electric Heat (Line Voltage)
Voltage:
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120v
240v
Programmability: Non-Programmable
User Interface: Push Button
Mount: Vertical
Options: Large Display
Switch: SPST
Color: White

Description for White Rodgers 1E65-144

For use on Electric Baseboard, Radiant Floor, Radiant Ceiling, Convectors, and Fan Forced Heaters.

  • Electronic Line Voltage Non-Programmable
  • SPST Thermostat
  • Open on Rise
  • 40 degrees - 90 Degrees F
  • Silent Triac Operation
  • Large Room Temperature/Set Point Display
  • Lighted Display
  • Power Consumption Percentage Indicator (10-100%)
  • Proportional Control Option
  • Permanent Setpoint Memory
  • Standby Mode
Specifications
  • Watts (120V): 2000W
  • Amps (120V): 16.7
  • Watts (240V): 4000W
  • Amps (240V): 16.7

Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable

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4.7

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5.0

Well worth the money

By Sparkie

from Philadelphia, Pa

Verified Buyer

Comments about Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable:

This thermostat does everything it claims to do. cut our heating costs and is simple to install and set up.

 
5.0

Higher end thermostat at a good price

By Mark

from Northern Indiana

Verified Buyer

Comments about Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable:

Varaible output control made a huge difference for my customer with radiant ceiling heat. The on/off switch on the face is a little hard to operate, but is a minor inconvenience for the features that come with the unit

 
4.0

This works but takes time

By Clif

from Virginia Beach

Verified Buyer

Comments about Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable:

The only digital line-voltage thermostat I've found that works reliably with radiant ceiling heat. But it took several days to "learn" how to heat the room and display the correct temperature. I tried other DLV thermostats and they would allow the room to over-heat by as much as 6 to 8 degrees while incorrectly showing a lower temperature. Good thing this White-Rogers DLV thermostat came with a slip of paper stating that it would take time to "learn" the room conditions or I would have assumed it was way out of calibration and sent it back. For the first couple of days it read very low compared to a separate digital thermometer. However, patience paid off and once it "learned" how to heat the room, it maintains the set temperature and shows a very accurate room temperature. One complaint: it adjusts in odd steps of 0.2 or 0.3 degrees F rather than whole degrees F so it's a bit awkward to adjust the set temperature.

 
5.0

Meets my expectations and more!

By Windfalls

from Lumby, British Columbia

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Comments about Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable:

These thermostats control our baseboard heat very well. The heat is now much more even and the all the rooms are very comfortable.

 
4.0

Good control after stabilization

By JohnG23

from Avalon, Texas

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Comments about Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable:

I bought this thermostat for my elderly mother's bedroom, and chose it based on the proportional control and on the fact that I am pleased with my air-conditioner thermostat made by the same company.

I use it in proportional-control mode, displaying in Fahrenheit to control a 1400-watt baseboard heater in a corner bedroom 12' x 12' with the door closed all night. Thermo is mounted on an indoor wall, away from heat sources and windows, at chest height. Anticipation is set to "AS" (500 to 2000 watt heaters).

It does a pretty good job of maintaining a constant temperature, but only after about an hour of stabilizing, so I start it early each night.

The unit appears to be designed around Celsius; you cannot set it to some whole Fahrenheit temperatures. Example: you can set to either 71.9 or 72.1, but not 72. I would rather just work in whole numbers, as does my air conditioner thermostat made by the same company.

When I want to see the setpoint, I momentarily press one of the arrow keys. However, a quick "punch" of an arrow key gives me a too-brief display of the setpoint, so I must hold it down a short while. However holding down the key any longer will cause the setpoint to change. I wish a short "punch" would give me several seconds of setpoint display, the same way my air conditioner thermostat does.

The power switch is recessed, so I have to use a fingernail to turn it on and off each day.

 
5.0

The Heat is On!

By Deliboy2

from Rochester, NY

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Comments about Electronic Digital Line Voltage Thermostat, Non-Programmable:

This thermostat works perfect with the baseboard heater that it is hooked up to. Temp is accurate and thermostat runs at the lowest power majority of the time keeping temp where it needs to be and conserving power in our finished basement. I have nothing negative to say about this product. Nice product for the price.

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    i am looking to replace my current thermostats for my electric ceiling heat. the current thermostats are ra-stat ja22 125/250/277vac 22amp.the white rodgers thermostats says 16.7amps max.... so will the white rodgers 1e65-144 work?
    Asked on 2/6/2011 by kenny from montpelier , idaho

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      A:

      We do not believe this thermostat will work, as it can only handle 16.7 amps.

      Answered on 2/17/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • A:

      take an amp reading ,the older line voltage stats were all rated at 22 amps,by taking an amp reading with an amp meter you will know the total amps of your heating device!

      Answered on 12/1/2012 by mike the energy managment guy from syracuse ny
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