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Model T410A-A

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Single-Pole 22 Amp 120/240-Volt Wall-Mount Mechanical Non-programmable Thermostat in Almond

$16.48 /each
  • Twist dial is easy to adjust
  • Snap-action, bi-metal temperature control
  • Color-coded wires help assure easy installation

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This Cadet Single-Pole, Wall-Mount non-programmable Thermostat is designed for use with 120/208/240-volt baseboard and fan-forced heaters to control your room temperature. It offers a temperature range of 40 degrees F - 80 degrees F and is a line voltage control with a maximum load of 22 amps. An economical choice for electric resistance heating, it offers a 2-wire connection with color-coded wires to help ensure easy installation.

  • Non-programmable. For use with 120/208/240-volt electric baseboard and fan-forced heaters
  • Twist dial is easy to read and adjust
  • 40 degrees F - 80 degrees F temperature range
  • Comfort range: 3 to 6 degrees
  • Snap-action, bi-metal temperature control
  • Color-coded wires help assure easy installation
  • Thermostat is in low position when the knob is turned completely counterclockwise
  • 22 amp, single pole, 2 wire design
  • Almond

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Can this be used to turn on a fan when the temperture reaches a certain point?

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January 17, 2013
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Yes it can, as long and the fan does not require more than 240 volts / 22 amps.
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Yes, up to the 22 amp current limit, of course. That would cover any household fan with a line cord. You would need to mount the thermostat in a junction box with a connected outlet for the fan. Keep in mind the upper temperature limit is 80 degrees. So if you wanted the fan to turn on at a temperature of 90 degrees, for example, this unit would not work. If you don't feel comfortable wiring this device, Read More
Yes, up to the 22 amp current limit, of course. That would cover any household fan with a line cord. You would need to mount the thermostat in a junction box with a connected outlet for the fan. Keep in mind the upper temperature limit is 80 degrees. So if you wanted the fan to turn on at a temperature of 90 degrees, for example, this unit would not work. If you don't feel comfortable wiring this device, the link below lists a "ready-made" plug-in thermostat.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Lux-5-2-Day-Outlet-Programmable-Thermostat-WIN100-005/204356315
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January 18, 2013
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Thank you for your question. If you plan on using the thermostat for a ceiling fan, then we recommend the Cadet C600 Series Bimetal Single Pole thermostat. This mechanical thermostat controls a temperature range of 45 - 75 degrees Fahrenheit and works with either cooling or heating systems. Below is a link to the product listing.
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Whats the difference between single pole & double pole

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Single pole simply disconnects one of the two hot wires on the 240 circuit that powers the strip heater. This effectively stops the current flow and turns off the heater, but one of the two wires going to the heater is still energized. Double pole will disconnect both hots so that neither of the wires going to the strip heater has any voltage on it when the thermostat has shut off. Some local electrical Read More
Single pole simply disconnects one of the two hot wires on the 240 circuit that powers the strip heater. This effectively stops the current flow and turns off the heater, but one of the two wires going to the heater is still energized. Double pole will disconnect both hots so that neither of the wires going to the strip heater has any voltage on it when the thermostat has shut off. Some local electrical codes require this. Read Less
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Single pole is one internal switch. Double pole is two interconnected, but independent, switches in the device. Single pole would be used to control the "hot" side of a 120 volt connection. Double pole would be used to control the two "hot" conductors of a 240 volt connection. A double pole could be used for a 120 volt system, (by using just one of the two poles), but a single pole could not be used a Read More
Single pole is one internal switch. Double pole is two interconnected, but independent, switches in the device. Single pole would be used to control the "hot" side of a 120 volt connection. Double pole would be used to control the two "hot" conductors of a 240 volt connection. A double pole could be used for a 120 volt system, (by using just one of the two poles), but a single pole could not be used a 120 volt system. Read Less
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Hi and thanks so much for the great question!
A single pole thermostat, like the Cadet T410A, breaks only one side or leg of the power supply line to your heater and cannot be turned "off". The heater will come on if a low temperature exists in your room. The control knob will have a "low" temperature setting when turned fully counterclockwise. A single pole thermostat is often used for 120 volt Read More
Hi and thanks so much for the great question!
A single pole thermostat, like the Cadet T410A, breaks only one side or leg of the power supply line to your heater and cannot be turned "off". The heater will come on if a low temperature exists in your room. The control knob will have a "low" temperature setting when turned fully counterclockwise. A single pole thermostat is often used for 120 volt applications, but can also be used in 240 volt applications as well.
A double pole thermostat, like the Cadet T410B, breaks both sides or legs of the power supply line. All power to the heater is interrupted, and the control knob will have an "off" position, when turned fully counterclockwise. A double pole thermostat is often used for 240 volt applications.
Be sure to check your local building codes and requirements as some parts of the country require double pole thermostats as code for all applications, regardless of voltage.
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Will this thermostat work as a replacement for an early 1960's GE thermostat that controlled heated coils in the ceiling

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Hi Egolf and thank you for your question.
The T410A single pole thermostat can replace most line voltage thermostats of the same amperage rating and voltage rating. This is a 2 wire thermostat rated for up to 22 amps and compatible with a 120 or 240 volt power supply.
This thermostat is compatible with ceiling heat as long as the ceiling heat requires a line voltage thermostat and draws less than 22 Read More
Hi Egolf and thank you for your question.
The T410A single pole thermostat can replace most line voltage thermostats of the same amperage rating and voltage rating. This is a 2 wire thermostat rated for up to 22 amps and compatible with a 120 or 240 volt power supply.
This thermostat is compatible with ceiling heat as long as the ceiling heat requires a line voltage thermostat and draws less than 22 amps.
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i dont understand what the two little screws are for

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Secure the thermostat to the box with the two captive mounting screws provided.
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No good Had to send 2 of these back Wouldn't bring the heat above 68 degrees Ended up buying a Lux: works as advertised April 14, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Of the two I purchased, one works acceptably well One of these keeps a baseboard heater reasonably well controlled, but don't expect the numbers on the dial to mean the temperature of the room. The indicated temperature and actual temperature are about 10 degrees off. The second one was so far off I cannot make it turn the heat off if the temperature of the room is below 55 F. And once it comes on, it does not shut off until the room is much warmer. It has about a 15 degree glide between on and off. May 20, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not accurate Bought 4 of these. None seem to be calibrated from the factory. The instructions state set initial temp to 70 if after 2 hours temp is not satisfactory adjust. I would think the temp would be between 69 & 71 temp was off 5+ degrees. Would be ok to turn heat on and off and didn't care if it was accurate. I was afraid if I left cabin heat set on 40-45 it would not be accurate enough fo keep temp above freezing. Being an electrician I've installed many line voltage t-stats and never had had this problem. May 29, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Just what I needed. I had the help of a "Chat" with one of Home Depots tech assistance. With his assistance I was sure that this was what I needed. Installed easily and works Great! July 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solid, economical, well-made device. I needed a line voltage thermostat for a rather specialized project involving freeze protection. The wide temperature range of this unit was perfect. Mounting was easy and the unit's quality was very good. I'm very happy. February 11, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A flimsy product The thermostat arrived with a housing obviously broken during assembly, causing me misgivings regarding the length of time the unit would be serviceable. July 12, 2011
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