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Line voltage thermostats are designed to directly control electric heaters, such as baseboard heaters, by switching the main power on and off to the heater. It is important to select an appropriate thermostat that can handle the rating of the heater that will be controlled. You will need to know the
Line voltage thermostats are used for direct control of heat and cooling equipment, such as unit heaters and exhaust fans.... Heavy Duty Line Voltage Thermostats are used to control fan coils, fans, motor starters, valves, contactors, and circulator motors in heating and/or cooling ...
Thermostat Control Range.... -30 Degrees to 100 Degrees F(14)... SPST Switch Line Voltage Mechanical Thermostats.

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  • Replacing a line voltage thermostat
    Replacing a line voltage thermostat
  • How to Wire Your Line Voltage Thermostat
    How to Wire Your Line Voltage Thermostat
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    Calibrate Line Voltage Thermostat (How to)
  • Thermostats Product Line Overview: Line Voltage Options For Electric Heaters: King Electric
    Thermostats Product Line Overview: Line Voltage Options For Electric Heaters: King Electric
  • Replacing Line Voltage Electric Thermostats Uncovers MAJOR Issue.
    Replacing Line Voltage Electric Thermostats Uncovers MAJOR Issue.
  • What's the difference between a double-pole and single-pole thermostat? | Cadet FAQ
    What's the difference between a double-pole and single-pole thermostat? | Cadet FAQ

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Jan 23, 2015 - What's the difference between line voltage and low voltage thermostats?
The LUX? Double-Pole Line Voltage Thermostat is a double-pole heat only, manual thermostat that is easy to install and use. The LV21 offers a clean, attractive design. For the safety and comfort of you home and family, this thermostat, like all LUX? thermostats, contains no mercury. Easy installatio
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