This thermostat (model TH114) will work with the CSTC302TW heater unit. If you'd like to look at other options, you'll be looking for a line voltage thermostat. The two things that you want to pay attention to are that the voltage of the thermostat is 240 (may be called 220), and that it is rated for at least 3000 watts (or 12.5 amps @ 240 volts). You can search the Home Depot website for "line voltage thermostat", and then filter the results by the "Heating, Venting & Cooling" department and then the "Thermostats" department. However, if you're looking specifically for a digital thermostat, this link should get you there: https://www.homedepot.com/b/Heating-Venting-Cooling-Thermostats/Hide-Unavailable-Products/Digital/Line-Voltage/N-5yc1vZc4lfZbwo5sZ1z0xeucZ1z195t7
Thank you for your question, Yes you can use this thermostat with the heater or heaters. Be sure to check the total wattage of the heaters to insure you do not exceed the capacity of the in line thermostat. If you need further help please contact us at 855-223-3887.
In this case it would depend on the line voltage and wattage of the heater used. If you do not exceed the capabilities of the thermostat then you should be okay to use it. If you are not sure I would refer you to a licensed electrician.
Yes Bottom 'button' is an on/off switch.
Have you tried resetting the breaker for the heater?
This unit is a 2-pole switch for 220 volt operation. If it were me, I would bench test it first to see if it works as you want to use it. But, I am very handy with electricity and you must be very careful. The best bet is to find a thermostat designed for your application.
I'm going to say NO. The Cadet is a 220 volt thermostat that powers my baseboard heater. It sounds like you're placing a typical low volt unit that only controls your furnace. I would refer you to a heating/cooling service.
You have 3000 watts of heater that total 12.5 amps which would overload 80% of a 15 amp breaker. With that said, you need to upsize the wire and breaker to 12 wire on a 20 amp breaker. What you aren’t aware of, is manufacturers don’t go by the National Electrical Code since they are UL listed.
Hey Rick, Sorry for the late response on this one. You are going to need to use individual thermostats with each heater. You could have 2 (but not 3) on this thermostat: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-Double-Pole-22-Amp-120-Volt-240-Volt-Wall-Mount-Mechanical-Non-programmable-Thermostat-in-White-T522-W/303733757
It's best to call Cadet, great customer service.