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If in regards to a programmable thermostat it is what temperature you want it to be at a certain time.

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I believe it means (I assume winter weather in my example):
1. Wake - This is the time you wake up and you would set the temperature at the time you want it then. So, your temperature throughout the night might have been set at 63, and if your "wake" time on the thermostat is set to 6:00 am and 68 degrees, then your system will automatically adjust the temperature setting to 68 degrees at 6:00 am.
2. Leave - This is the time that you would typically leave your house for work. You probably don't need to heat or cool your house that much during this time especially if no one will be there. So, let's say you leave for work at 8:00 am. You would set this time for 8:00 am and 60 degrees.
3. Return - This is the time you get off work. Let's say you get off at 5:00 pm. You would set this time for 5:00 pm and 65 degrees. Then the system will start warming up at 5:00 pm and will be warmer by the time you get home.
4 - Sleep - This is for when you go to bed. Following the example, let's say that you set your temperature while sleeping to 63 degrees at 10:00 pm. Then, the system adjusts at that time and will adjust again as soon as then next parameter is met, which at this point would be the wake time.

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set point time time when the set point temp activates

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