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Honeywell Home RLV4305A1000/E1 Electric Baseboard Heaters Rlv4305A1000/E 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat, 240 V, 1 Deg F, Whites

  • Honeywell Home RLV4305A1000/E1 Electric Baseboard Heaters Rlv4305A1000/E 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat, 240 V, 1 Deg F, Whites
  • Honeywell Home RLV4305A1000/E1 Electric Baseboard Heaters Rlv4305A1000/E 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat, 240 V, 1 Deg F, Whites

Honeywell Home RLV4305A1000/E1 Electric Baseboard Heaters Rlv4305A1000/E 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat, 240 V, 1 Deg F, Whites

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Description
  • Separate programming for the weekdays and weekends; up to 4 program periods per day
  • Saves energy with personalized temperature control
  • Compatible with electric baseboards (120-240V), convectors, and radiant ceilings. Product dimensions (WxDxH):4.8 x 1.2 x 5 inches
  • TRIAC silent switching for accurate temperature control of +/-0.5F.Storage temperature:-4F to 120F (-20C to 50C)
  • Fast, easy, two-wire installation. High capacity, up to 3,500 watts at 240 volts.
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Excellent clock-thermostat This is an excellent clock-thermostat for anyone who has a standard M-F work schedule. The program allows 4 different time settings per day with a different time and temperature schedule for weekdays and week ends. The installation is super easy. Turn off the power source at the electrical panel and read the wiring instructions. I like that it has an off mode named standby which basically turns the heater off but will automatically turn the heating elements on at 41 degrees F briefly to prevent water pipes from freezing and rupturing. There are not many high amperage programmable thermostats out there, but this one is really well engineered and is an excellent product. 5Does the job well, seems sturdy I replaced a mechanical, analog thermostat that runs two baseboard 240V heaters in a four-season greenhouse room. We needed more temperature change to stimulate seasonal blooms. Installation was easy for anyone who is comfortable with installing light switches or duplex outlets. Do look at all the nameplates for all your heaters, and add up the wattages to make sure you aren't overloading the thermostat.This unit is definitely silent (a frequent question), because the packaging brags about having a Triac in the circuit. That is a semiconductor similar to how many wallbox lighting dimmers function. It also means that the unit is designed to get very warm while the heater is on. My installation happened to need an Exposed Work (surface mounted) electrical box. This puts the thermostat 1.5" away from the wall, which will improve ventilation and perhaps lengthen its life.I've had a lot of wall dimmers fail when a lamp burned out. But I made a rookie mistake installing this thermostat (and tripped the breaker) that would have destroyed the average wall dimmer. The thermostat survived my error, and is working great, two weeks after installation.I might prefer a longer power-failure backup than five hours, but it is nice not to have to change a battery, ever. 4Quality thermostat for baseboard heatersThis thermostat works great with baseboard heaters. It's simple to program and definitely has the proper internal electronics to handle the recommended power. I'm running it with a single 2500 watt heater with no problems so far (installed it 2 years ago.)The thermostat unit itself doesn't get hot; not saying it doesn't get warm to the touch with the current flowing through the thermostat housing itself. It's not overly hot like others I've had where it's creating enough heat to cause concern. You certainly want to install this on top of an electrical box that has plenty of space to allow heat dissipation. It's wide enough that you could use a two-gang box and it will still cover it completely. It has two sets of mounting holes through the body for that purpose.One note of caution; be *extra* careful with the installation of the wire nuts. Do some research on-line or hire a pro because if you don't get a good "bite" or solid connection between the stranded wires from the thermostat to the source and heater feed wiring, you risk the chance of the wire nuts melting and possibly starting a fire.5DefectiveI've had three of these for several years, all operating flawlessly. Our power company recently went to peak pricing, and I decided to replace the last of my manual thermostats so it would automatically turn way down during peak cost hours.This new one never worked right. When first installed, the display remained blank regardless of which buttons were pressed, causing me to waste a lot of time cleaning wires and remounting it over and over. After several power cycles, it finally turned on and I was able to set and program it. The problem that is forcing me to return it is that when I go to manually override the temperature, it doesn't respond most of the time - the light stays off and the display doesn't change to show the current setting. Pressing any other button doesn't get a response either. Sometimes it will respond, but when I'm just passing through or about to leave the house, I don't have time to screw around with this hoping it eventually work if I wait around long enough for it to be in the mood to respond.1As ExpectedThis is replacing the old dial thermostats from the last millennium. Changing the original 2-pole to this 1-pole wasn't bad, but DO NOT try this if you aren't familiar with how the two systems are wired.I'm not quite sold on how it maintains temperature, but it could just be my ignorance to best practices. When starting, it fired up the elements, and when it reached a degree over the setting, it shut off, and then stayed in what looks like a maintenance mode, where it keeps current on the elements and generates just enough heat to maintain the temp. This means that the current is always on, versus the elements heating up, turning off, cooling down, turning on, heating up, etc. I don't have past bills to relate to, as I just moved into this place, so do not know if the on/off cycle is more energy efficient than the on/not-quite-off style.Easy to program. Would prefer individual day programming, but this was expensive enough at $42 each, and I need 6 of them.4Effective in reducing consumption/bills.worked well to replace old dial thermostats in the house. Replaced 3, all 3 working well over the last 2 months. Installation was quick, took no more than 5 minutes per t-stat. Electricity usage has dropped. These should pay for themselves in another month or so. (noticed a drop of about 10-15% in usage, which really adds up during winter months). More accurate temp control (old dial ones would cut at 78, when set to 69). These control the temperature really well staying +- 2 degrees.Being able to program them helps, especially when out of the house.5Happy with ImprovementsI bought two of the old model, the Honeywell YRLV430A1005/U 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat for Electric Baseboard Heating, a couple of years ago, and I was a little worried about buying this newer model before there were any reviews. I love it! It's such an improvement over the older model that now I want to replace my old ones. I had two main complaints about the old model. The first was what everyone complained about: needing a magnifying glass and a flashlight to read the display. This one has a display that lights up. I don't know if the display is actually bigger, but it's much easier to read. It says "man" instead of showing a tiny hand for manual mode.Also, you couldn't turn the old model off. You had to arrow it way down (one degree at a time) during summer. This one has a standby mode that switches the unit to only come on if the temperature drops below 41 . This allows me to open my windows in the fall and spring without worrying about the heat coming on.Other than that, it is very similar to the old model. You can program four different time settings for weekdays and then another four time settings for the weekend. I found programming to be easy, but I already knew how from the old models. The key is to hit the Program button after each time setting and only hit the arrow/return key when you're done and want to exit the program mode. I think the buttons are very intuitive.Now my only complaint is the size. It's a little big for a thermostat, definitely much bigger than our old manual thermostats. But it's wonderful to have the heat turn on and warm up a room before I get out of bed. These seem to turn on our older baseboard heaters much faster than our old manual thermostats, which seemed to have about a twenty to thirty minute lag time before the heater even turned on and started making noise (we have some old Intertherm heaters). I just thought these heaters took that long to turn on and start putting out heat. With these thermostats, they start up much more quickly.5fancy. I ordered 2 more of themThis replaced an old "Fahrenheat" rotary style and the difference is huge. It is just so much smarter and actually cuts out at the correct temp..It runs 2x4ft baseboard units for me @ 240v for 1000w each, which can really kick up some heat. Most of the time though, it's got just 1 squiggly heat line indicating very low power as it maintains room temp.If you're just swapping out thermostats like I did, setup is as hard as finding the correct breaker (hint 240v will be a double 15a breaker)No batteries -- It's powered by the heater line, and it does seem to retain my settings and the clock between power outages which is another plusThese are too pricey to put in every room, but I did order 2 more of them (3 total), so the Living Room and Kitchen will have fancy thermostats too.5When it works it's Great, but Quality Control and Customer Support need help.Since first purchasing an electric house 28 years ago I have searched from time to time for programmable thermostats to no avail. Recently I had a thermostat go wonky and I looked to replace it. Lo and behold I came across these and was overjoyed. So I ordered one. It went in easy, worked right away and I was happy.So I went and bought two more. Opened the first box and there was no hardware. Not a big deal as the hardware is two wire nuts (although you need three to install these) and two M2.5 X 0.45, 6mm long Phillips screws. Wire nuts I had, screws not any that were long enough, and neither did HomoDepot. So I e-mailed the manufacturer and after more then a week had not heard back. I gave up on them and started a return and ordered a replacement. In the meanwhile I went to install thermostat #3. It had the hardware, but it didn't work. Completely dead. OK, I'll use that hardware to install therm #2 (which I had not yet returned) and return #3 instead.So now I had two working and one going back. Then #4 arrived and that one had spastic fits. It powered on, the display went crazy and that was about all. So now another one has to go back and orders placed for two more.In total I purchased six thermostats and to be totally honest, of those two were brand new and four were amazon bargain basements. But it was one brand new one that was DOA, and one bargain basement that went haywire. And two in total that had no hardware.And in case you forgot about customer support, they did finally respond almost three weeks later and told me what type of screw I needed to go buy. I could tell them what to do with that screw but I've got better things to do with my time.The moral of my story, if you get one that works you are golden. I just hope they stay working. They do have a 1 year warranty but make sure you save the box, I have a feeling that's their loophole.4WHY did I wait so long to install these?Installed three of these in my house in October 2013. I had been putting it off for years thinking the job would be a hassle. Installation was a breeze. Our half century old Intertherm baseboard heaters used to make a racket when heating up and cooling down over and over. And the equally old bi-metal switches made the room get too cold and then too hot over and over. These Honeywell programmable thermostats control the baseboard heaters beautifully. The temperature is now very consistent, and any sound from the baseboard heaters is much softer. If you listen very carefully on a quiet night you can barely hear a slight hum from the thermostat about every ten seconds as it activates the baseboards. I've programmed the bedroom one to heat up right before bedtime, cool down slightly for the night, and then cool down even more when it's time to get up. The bathroom heater has been programmed to heat up only in the morning, so there's a warm bathroom waiting for me to take my shower.5What happened to the Economy Mode???I ordered this thermostat because I thought it had the same capability as the previous Honeywell thermostats I own. In fact, it looked like they added another mode. However, they got rid of the Economy mode, which was the most important feature to me and their new mode is basically worthless. Unfortunately, it took my builder a little longer to finish the extra room on my cabin and I missed my 30 day window to return. The Economy mode allowed me to set up the thermostat to have the temperature go up on Friday afternoons for a few hours. If we made it to the cabin, we would change it to Automatic mode and then turn it back to Economy when we left. If we didn't make it up to the cabin, then the heat was only set higher for those few hours on Friday. That was an awesome feature. There is no way to do that with the new version. The two modes they replaced it with only let you set a single temperature for each mode, not nearly as flexible as the Economy mode. Other than losing one of the most important features to me, this thermostat is fine. So if you don't need the Economy mode, it is still a good thermostat.Changing to a 1-star review because Honeywell support really doesn't care about their customers.1A great and easy to use setback thermostatThis is my second one. It is very easy to program and work with. You don't need a PHD in computers or engineering. The installation only took 15 minutes with the easy to follow directions. It is very easy to modify the temperature without having to redo the entire program, which is wonderful for days when the kids have a snow day and will be home all day. I wish there were more than 2 setback periods per day. 3 or 4 would have been better. This one also has a backlight that comes on for a few seconds when you press any button so you can read or set it.5
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