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Model # C611-25

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

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Product Overview

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

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
2.5 
Product Height (in.) 
4.75 
Product Width (in.) 
2.875 

Details

Color Family 
Beige / Cream 
Control Type 
Dial 
Number of HVAC Zones 
1.0 
Operation Type 
Mechanical 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shape 
Rectangle 
Thermostat Features 
Baseboard Heater Thermostat 
Thermostat Type 
Heat Only 
Voltage (volts) 
120/240 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1-Year Warranty 

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What is the diffeance of 2 to 4 wire hook up?

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December 3, 2015
I have 22.9amp and 5500 watts that I'm using with the 3 baseboards I'm hooking up will this work?
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December 7, 2015
Answer: 
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 Read More
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. Read Less
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Can I use a 25amp C600 thermostat to control (2) 1500 watt Cadet baseboard units

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November 10, 2015
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
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November 11, 2015
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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.
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