Honeywell TH6110D1021 FocusPro Programmable Digital Thermostat

June 14, 2019 - Comment

FocusPro Programmable Digital Thermostat Product Features Large backlit display with soft-touch button interface Precise temperature control of +/-1-degreesF with auto change from heat to cool. Energy Star Rated 5-2 programming with 4 programmable periods per day Programming for weekdays, plus weekends. Compatible with heating and cooling systems*

FocusPro Programmable Digital Thermostat

Product Features

  • Large backlit display with soft-touch button interface
  • Precise temperature control of +/-1-degreesF with auto change from heat to cool.
  • Energy Star Rated 5-2 programming with 4 programmable periods per day
  • Programming for weekdays, plus weekends.
  • Compatible with heating and cooling systems*

Comments

Anonymous says:

Easy to Use I started looking online for thermostats after being disappointed in the collection available in local stores. I ended up selecting this product because:1) It can be run off the common power wire (which I recently installed myself specifically for this reason) so I never need to worry about replacing batteries ever. It also backs up the programmed schedule in memory, so on a power-cut you will only need to enter the day/time again. The thermostat also goes into OFF mode (no heating…

Anonymous says:

A good and accurate Thermostat We had the older version of this unit in our old home. The set up was exactly the same. We love how accurate it maintains temps in the home. I prefer the auto control function, setting the heat at 70 degrees in the winter and the AC at 72 in the summer. With the auto function, if the temp goes too high or low by more than 3 degrees, the unit switches to the opposing function. Perfect for areas where the temps can fluctuate through out a week. This winter for example, we had 3 days in the…

Anonymous says:

Inaccurate inside temperature reading I may have gotten a defective unit because when first turned on it was saying the inside temperature showing the inside temperate at 92 when in reality it was 76. Then I left if alone for about 30 minutes and it went to 82 but it’s still not 76 which is the true temperature. Even if the thermometer got very hot while in the mailbox, etc…it should not take this long to normalize. Don’t really trust this now.

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