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Honeywell 7-Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight
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Honeywell

7-Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight

$49.98 /each

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Easy, convenient climate control is just a touch away with the Honeywell 7-Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight. The extra-large display is straightforward and user friendly for simple programming. It offers precise temperature control to keep your house the optimal temperature when you are home and away, saving up to 33% on your heating or cooling bill when used as directed.

  • Program for the weekdays and weekends with 4 program periods per day
  • Easy to use, basic operation keeps programming easy
  • Precise +/- 1°F temperature control
  • Compatible with heating/cooling systems and heat pumps with auxiliary heat
  • Backlit display for easy viewing even in dimly lit rooms or hallways
  • Filter change reminder
  • Installs in approximately 15 minutes or less
  • Does not work with electric baseboard heat (120-240-Volt ) or multi-stage heating/cooling systems
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Name 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight 7-Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight 7-Day Programmable Touchscreen Thermostat
Brand Honeywell Honeywell Honeywell Honeywell
Ratings (337) (35) (338) (184)
Features Backlit Display,Battery Operated,Filter Monitor,Low Battery Indicator Battery Back-Up,Daylight Savings Time Ready,Removable Interface Backlit Display,Battery Operated,Low Battery Indicator,Removable Interface Automatic Heating/Cooling Changeover,Backlit Display,Battery Back-Up,Battery Operated,Daylight Savings Time Ready,Filter Monitor,Low Battery Indicator,Removable Interface,Touch Screen
Thermostat Program Type 5 - 2 Day 7 - Day 5 - 2 Day 7 - Day
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Can the RTH2150B/1000 be programmed differently for each day of the week

Asked by: Jerry
The unit lets you program each every day of the week independent of all the others. a "program" is a set of four time/temp pairings. These pairs are labeled: "wake/leave/return/sleep" if you want the same temp all day long then simply have the target temp the same value. example: wake 6:15am 70deg leave 9am 70deg return 5pm 70deg sleep 10:45pm 62deg
Answered by: OracleDba
Date published: 2016-12-19

7 day programmable

I need a thermostat that I can set for each separate day. I need to set Thursday, SEPARATELY from Mon., Tues., Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, and Sunday. What Honeywell Thermostat can do this?
Asked by: builder
I know with 100% certainty this unit does this because I did it myself. The unit lets you program each every day of the week independent of all the others. a "program" is a set of four time/temp pairings. These pairs are labeled: "wake/leave/return/sleep" if you want the same temp all day long then simply have the target temp the same value. example: wake 6:15am 70deg leave 9am 70deg return 5pm 70deg sleep 10:45pm 62deg
Answered by: OracleDba
Date published: 2016-12-19

What is the lowest temperature setting on this thermostat, for vacation use?

Asked by: Susan
Thank you for the inquiry! The lowest you can set the temperature in heating is 40 degrees and in cooling its 50 degrees.
Answered by: Honeywell Support
Date published: 2017-02-23

The specs say that this is not battery operated, but has a battery backup. I assume that's to save the setting when power has returned, no?

In the questions section, the person states that this unit is battery operated? I'm a bit confused.
Asked by: Steve
Yes, please use the batteries.....We had to turn the electric off one day when the electrician was there and we didn't lose any of the settings that was programmed in there unit.
Answered by: SCummins
Date published: 2016-05-17
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7-Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from We will be returning this. The instructions don't match our wiring and we were on hold for hours ... We will be returning this. The instructions don't match our wiring and we were on hold for hours trying to get help from their 800 number helpline. Tried a 2nd day with same results, not able to get a person on the helpline.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought six of these t’stats to control the baseboard hot water heat zones in our church, which ... I bought six of these t’stats to control the baseboard hot water heat zones in our church, which is similar to a big residence. SUMMARY: The t’stats work great and we’re pleased with them, but getting to that point was a huge hassle. DETAILS: This model supports different temperature setpoints in 4 time periods each day for 7 days a week. It includes a feature called “early start” that anticipates the heat setting for the next time period; this feature is “on” by default. While this feature might work well if you have a mainstream dual-income household that turns the heat down during daytimes and up in mornings and evenings, it behaves very strangely for other situations. For our church, the t’stats completely skipped one period by anticipating the subsequent period by 15 hours and, at the same time, anticipated the setpoint for another time period not at all. In both these cases, the setpoint temperature was **below** the setpoint in the preceding period, so that implementing an “early start” on heating made no sense at all. In 3 separate calls, Honeywell Customer Service was unable to explain why this happened or how the “early start” logic works. So my advice is: By all means, get this thermostat but disable the early start logic, which appears to be goofy in the extreme and is incomprehensible to Honeywell Customer Service.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This unit has the features which I needed/wanted in a programmable thermostat. The unit lets you... This unit has the features which I needed/wanted in a programmable thermostat. The unit lets you program each every day of the week independent of all the days of week. a "program" is a set of four time/temp pairings. These pairs are labeled: "wake/leave/return/sleep" if you want the same temp all day long then simply have the target temp the same value. example: wake 6:15am 70deg leave 9:00am 70deg return 5:00pm 70deg sleep 10:45pm 62deg as for any other situation, adjust the times and temps to suite your needs regardless of you actually leaving the house or not. you are limited to programming at the 15minute marks of the hour and only in whole degrees. so no going crazy and hoping for 6:03am at 69.2 degrees. BTW: * The temp displayed is always the current temp of the room. * if you briefly "tap" the up or down arrow you can see the "set" temp which is the temp the program is trying to reach. * you can "overide" the current program cycle by hitting the up/down arrow to change the "set" temp currently in play. So using our example, if it is currently 10am and I know I am leaving the house I can bump the "set" temp to 66. The house may be at 70 right now because that was the "set" temp in play seconds before I changed it to 66. The unit will now allow the house temp to drop to 66 (but no lower). however - and this is important. At 5pm the unit will resume the program and the furnace will kick on to bring the house to 70. * if you hit the "hold" button - then whatever is the "set" temp will be held there forever until you hit the "hold" button again. so in our example of leaving the house... if I bumped the "set" temp to 66 and hit "hold" then I could leave for the weekend knowing with 100% certainty the house was going to be at 66 the entire time. Upon my return if I hit the "run" button the unit will resume the normally scheduled program. * The backlighting feature is only "on" when you are hitting buttons it turns itself off when you are not. * the display is readable in daylight/roomlight even when not backlight. *The "Advanced Installation" section of manual is sweet (page 10). depress the up-arrow and down-arrow together for a few seconds. you are now in the "system settings" item "1" is system type default is "0" (heating and cooling) item "5" is heating system default is "5" (Gas or Oil furnace) item "13" is early start on default "1" (on) - I wanted off so I set this 0 item 14 is fahrenheit/celisus default "0" (fahrenheit) item 21 is "change filter timer" default "0" (no timer) 1=30day,2=90day,3=6mth,4=9mth,5=1yr item 40 is reset back to factory default 0=keep your setting 1=back to factory original. hit "run" to save changes and exit system settings. * I was fine with most factory default settings but I disliked the "early on" so I disabled it. Using our example: With "early on" active when you open your eyes at 6:15am the house will already be at 70deg. this feat was accomplished because the unit turned the furnace on early enough so by the time 6:15 rolled around we were at 70 deg. Conversely stated, with "early on" disabled when you open your eyes at 6:15 the house temp may be less than 70 but the furnace JUST kicked on and is now trying to get the house to 70deg.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This thermostat has a feature called Early Start, which overrides the programmed schedule. So y... This thermostat has a feature called Early Start, which overrides the programmed schedule. So you really have no idea when the thermostat temperature setting will change, and no real control. Today my heat came on at 5, when I wanted it to come on at 5:45. If I had wanted the house warmer at 5, I would have set it to 5!
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I wanted a programmable option and this thermostat worked on my heat pump for about a year and a ... I wanted a programmable option and this thermostat worked on my heat pump for about a year and a half. Then it quit working in the heating mode. Fortunately, I kept the old thermostat and put it back on. The heat pump works fine now. Honeywell used to be a reliable manufacture. What happen?
Date published: 2017-03-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install and easy to read with back light but difficult to program. Easy to install and easy to read with back light but difficult to program.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from easy to install and setup. good value for the money easy to install and setup. good value for the money
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It was easy to install and works wonderfully It was easy to install and works wonderfully
Date published: 2017-02-28
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