Question about Honeywell Electronic Programmable Heat/Cool Thermostat - CT3300A100 Heater
If you want clean air without changing the temperature and without using as much power as on the A/C setting then put it on "Circulation" which just means you'll just filter dust etc out of the air. If you want to change the room temperature put it on Auto at your desired temp this will filter the air longer as it's running more but it will use more power than Circulation there's only a better setting if you tell me your exact requirement eg do you want to cool the room or just clean the air, or clean the air saving power??? otherwise if you don't care about the power cost then the "On" setting is the best as it filters non-stop and cools the air non-stop. Cheers
Posted on May 17, 2009
Setting on auto mode will definately cost bill overload but.in auto mode you will be dealing with dusty area.but the cold ness will be quite more which in summer you really want.
but in air cirulate mode the bills will be quite less then auto mode.but area will also be more clean then auto mode but the cold ness will be little less.but if you compare the bill in both mode it will be little difference not a vast difference.but yes in auto mode the coldness will be enjoyable then other mode.
but as per the other users choise mostly the users keep it on auto mode.as it has long life in auto mode for unit.because machine it self decides when to get heated and when to get cool and at what speed the motor should run.unit makes its adjustment as per the place in auto mode.
that is benefit.only dust in the area is a problem.but that is quite understood in such a heated humidity whether.
still there are two options.not any option is bad.its actually our choise at what we except it.
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Posted on May 17, 2009
maximize your energy savings without sacrificing comfort, you can
install an automatic setback or programmable thermostat. They adjust
the temperature setting for you. While you might forget to turn down
the heat before you leave for work in the morning, a programmable
thermostat won't! By maintaining the highest or lowest required
temperatures for four or five hours a day instead of 24 hours, a
programmable thermostat can pay for itself in energy saved within four
Programmable thermostats have features with which you may be unfamiliar. The newest generation of residential thermostat technologies is based on microprocessors and thermistor sensors. Most of these programmable thermostats perform one or more of the following energy control functions:
They store and repeat multiple daily settings, which you can manually override without affecting the rest of the daily or weekly program.
They store six or more temperature settings a day.
They adjust heating or air conditioning turn-on times as the outside temperature changes. Most programmable thermostats have liquid crystal temperature displays. Some have back-up battery packs that eliminate the need to reprogram the time or clock in case of a power failure. New programmable thermostats can be programmed to accommodate life style and control heating and cooling systems as needed
Posted on May 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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