- Flexible programming: 5-2 days or one-week programming.
- A large backlit display shows the current room temperature and the setpoint temperature simultaneously.
- Smart response learning - learns your heating/cooling cycle times to deliver the right temperature when you want it.
- Auto change from heat to cool.
- Includes change reminders for air filters and low batteries.
- Temporary and permanent hold settings.
- The real-time clock automatically adjusts for daylight savings time.
- Program is retained in memory in the event of a power outage.
- 12 or 24-hour time display.
Nice unit and doesn’t need a C wire. No WiFi but the programming works nice and has many options to program different times of the day. We only use two different times of the day but that works for us. You can also manual move temp while in programming mode.
I replaced an older programmable thermostat with this one, primarily because the wife complained about changing settings with the old one.Based on the fact the setup includes specifics about your heating system, and even differentiated between a natural gas furnace and an oil furnace I'm assuming it using that setting for optimal performance/economy.I have an older home with force air oil furnace, and I have noted that the burner runs for shorter duration to bring up and maintain the temp in the house. It has only been installed a couple of weeks so it is too early to tell if this will translate to actual savings.I also appreciate the back lighting as the location in the hallway is not well illuminated.it will be interesting to see how it cycles the A/C once warm weather ever gets here.
When a friend complained about the excessive complexity of her thermostat, I got this Honeywell RTH6360 series model. One of the nice things about it is that is can be set to a 5-2 programmable mode (weekdays separate from weekends) or it can be set for non-programmable operation (which is what I did). It can be set for Auto or Manual, so if you want automatic changeover from heat to cool (if it's cold at night and hot during the day, Auto can be very useful). It also has the flexibility of working with one or two stage heat, heat pumps, and lots more.Setup is fairly easy if you have the manual, so you can compare the setup codes. (My one peeve is something many manuals do: it refers users to another page to get information that could be printed in the same or less space . The manual says, "For instructions on how to enter Setup mode, see page 14." On page 14 we read, "To enter Setup mode, hold down Menu and + for five seconds."Anyway, I installed the thermostat and the heat didn't work. After what I thought was extensive analysis, I called Honeywell customer service. The representative was very patient and helpful. We ended up demonstrating that the thermostat was fine and that the problem was elsewhere. (Ultimately, it was a broken thermostat wire in the attic--who would've thunk?Anyway, scene 2. I recommend this very nice digital thermostat. I have it set up so the if my friend is cold, she can press plus or minus for more heat or less heat.Good job, Honeywell.
After having our house repainted, I wanted to replace our old beige thermostat with a modern looking white one. This was very easy to install and works perfectly. The instructions were easy and even had online videos showing how to install.
I have a Navien Combi Boiler. I originally ordered a different thermostat, but it would not charge the fan wire for the air handler connected to the combi boiler. This meant I could use the fan if I had it on "on", but not if it was on "auto". This little Honeywell did the trick. Now the auto fan is working perfectly, and I don't have to worry about leaving the unit on full blast all day long.There is a very well organized installation area for your wiring on the back, which made it a breeze to install. It probably took me only 20-30 minutes, and I don't really know what I'm doing! The temperature settings are intuitive, but there is guidance in the instruction manual if needed. A+ product!