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Topic Title: Air conditioning
Topic Summary: Thermostat
Created On: 28 March 2013 07:32 PM
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 28 March 2013 07:32 PM
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Ampman

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Evening ,

Any body recommend a thermostat that will switch on temp rise .

Ie i need it to switch on when temp rises above a certain temp to bring on a air con unit .

The thermostat will control a coil on a contactor

Are these stat called change over stats ?

cheers
 28 March 2013 08:55 PM
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colinhaggett

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Honeywell, yes change over.
 28 March 2013 10:15 PM
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Rulland

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Refrigeration wholesalers-they'll do various sorts-adjustable diff etc.

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 28 March 2013 10:20 PM
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briandoherty

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Example...Drayton RTS 4?

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 29 March 2013 01:09 PM
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M.Joshi

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Many digital thermostats such as Sunvic have a wire jumper inside which you cut that makes the relay switch on temperature rise instead of temperature fall. Those thermostats can be used with HVAC systems. I believe the Honeywell digital ones are switched to temperature rise via the installers menu.

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 29 March 2013 02:04 PM
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GB

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Pick a unit with a nice "dead" band if you are installing a heat pump or linking heating into the system.
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