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Cadet C600 Series Anticipating Ivory Bimetal Single-Pole 25 Amp Wall Thermostat
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C600 Series Anticipating Ivory Bimetal Single-Pole 25 Amp Wall Thermostat

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The Anticipating Ivory Bimetal Single-Pole Wall Thermostat is designed with a bimetal snap-action temperature-sensing control for reliability and features an easy-to-use dial for intuitive control. This mechanical thermostat covers a temperature range of 45 - 75 degrees Fahrenheit and is intended for use with baseboard and fan-forced resistance heating.

  • Wall-mount electrical control for baseboard and fan-forced resistance heating
  • Bimetal, snap-action temperature-sensing control provides reliability
  • Dial control for easy operation
  • 45 - 75-degree Fahrenheit temperature range
  • 2-wire hookup breaks 1 leg of the heating circuit
  • 25 amps at 120/240 VAC

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Brand Cadet Cadet Cadet
Ratings (18) (0) (46)
Thermostat Type Heat Only Heat Only Heat Only
Operation Type Mechanical Mechanical Digital
Features No Additional Features No Additional Features Backlit Display
Certifications and Listings 1-UL Listed,CSA Listed 1-UL Listed 1-UL Listed,CSA Listed
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What is the diffeance of 2 to 4 wire hook up?

I have 22.9amp and 5500 watts that I'm using with the 3 baseboards I'm hooking up will this work?
Asked by: Dad
Thank you for your question. The two wire hookup is for the C611 single pole thermostat and the 4 wire hookup is for the C612 double pole thermostat. The single pole thermostat only has a high/low setting, whereas a double pole thermostat has a positive off setting. Although 22.9 combined amps of the heaters is well within the 25 amp rating of the thermostat we do not recommend wiring 3 heaters to one thermostat. You would be fine wiring 2 of the heaters to one of the C611 thermostats and the third heater to a separate C611 thermostat. You can also do this with the C612 thermostat if that is what you choose.
Answered by: CadetCustomer Support
Date published: 2015-12-08

Can I use a 25amp C600 thermostat to control (2) 1500 watt Cadet baseboard units

The combined amperage of the two units is 25 (=12.5 +12.5). The two units currently have separate supplies. My thought is that I would supply 30amps to the thermostat and branch off with the two 20 amp supply's. The baseboard units are 6F1500-1W. Thanks
Asked by: JB
Thank you for your question. No, we do not recommend wiring 2 of the 1,500 watt baseboard heaters at 120 volt. We recommend only wiring a maximum of one 1,500 watt baseboard heater at 120 volt to the C611 thermostat.
Answered by: CadetCustomer Support
Date published: 2015-11-12
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