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Cadet

Model # T410A-T

Internet # 202849700

Store SO SKU # 414069

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

$15.37 /each
  • Twist dial is easy to adjust
  • Snap-action, bi-metal temperature control
  • Color-coded wires help assure easy installation

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Product Overview

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
  • Taupe

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
1.125 
Product Height (in.) 
4.5 
Product Width (in.) 
2.75 

Details

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

Warranty / Certifications

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

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I have a cabin with no electricity and a propane furnace that has a two wire lead for a thermostat. Will this work with out electricity?

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if it doesnt do you have a solution?
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October 27, 2015
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Hi Mike and thank you for your question.
No, the T410 thermostat will not work with a propane furnace. The T410 thermostat is a low voltage thermostat with screw terminals and small gauge wiring.
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Whats the difference between single pole & double pole

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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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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job! Only wish it came in more colors...probably not worth it . Works like a charm: had it one week This is a Honeywell make for Cadet March 10, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by T410 SERIES TAUPE BIMETAL SINGLE-POLE 22 AMP LINE VOLTAGE ELECTRIC HEAT WALL THERMOSTAT I'm using this to control a line voltage Modine gas heater in my garage. It works to turn it on and off but it is at least 8 degrees off. It isn't a big deal since I just set it to where it is comfortable and don't bother with the dial settings but I think it should be a little more accurate. January 7, 2014
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