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Model # RLV4305A

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Honeywell

5-2-Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat

  • 1 program for weekdays/1 for the weekend, up to 4 periods per day
  • Compatible with baseboards, convectors & fan-forced heaters
  • Easy to read backlit display
$ 51 97
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Product Overview

  • 1 program for weekdays/1 for the weekend, up to 4 periods per day
  • Compatible with baseboards, convectors & fan-forced heaters
  • Easy to read backlit display
Increase comfort while you decrease energy costs with a Honeywell 55-2 Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat. This electric baseboard thermostat is compatible with electric baseboards, convectors, radiant ceilings (2-wire) and fan-forced heaters. It features TRIAC silent switching for quiet operation and accurate temperature control.

Product Overview

  • 1 program for weekdays/1 for the weekend, up to 4 periods per day
  • Compatible with baseboards, convectors & fan-forced heaters
  • Easy to read backlit display
Model #: RLV4305A
Sku #: 268221
Internet #: 100566648

Increase comfort while you decrease energy costs with a Honeywell 55-2 Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat. This electric baseboard thermostat is compatible with electric baseboards, convectors, radiant ceilings (2-wire) and fan-forced heaters. It features TRIAC silent switching for quiet operation and accurate temperature control.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Display height (in.)
1.5 in
Display width (in.)
1 in
Product Depth (in.)
1.5
Product Height (in.)
5
Product Width (in.)
5

Details

Battery Power Type
Hardwired
Battery Size
Hardwired
Color Family
White
Control Type
Manual
Features
Backlit Display
Heating & Cooling System Type
Single Stage
Included
Mounting Hardware
Periods per Programmable Day
4
Power Options
Hardwired
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Square
Thermostat Compatibility
Baseboard Heater
Thermostat Product Type
Programmable Thermostat
Thermostat Shape
Square
Thermostat Type
Heat Only
Voltage (v)
120/240v
Voltage (volts)
120/240
Voltage Type
Line Voltage
Wire Configuration
2-Wire

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Display height (in.)
1.5 in
Display width (in.)
1 in
Product Depth (in.)
1.5
Product Height (in.)
5
Product Width (in.)
5

Details

Battery Power Type
Hardwired
Battery Size
Hardwired
Color Family
White
Control Type
Manual
Features
Backlit Display
Heating & Cooling System Type
Single Stage
Included
Mounting Hardware
Periods per Programmable Day
4
Power Options
Hardwired
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Square
Thermostat Compatibility
Baseboard Heater
Thermostat Product Type
Programmable Thermostat
Thermostat Shape
Square
Thermostat Type
Heat Only
Voltage (v)
120/240v
Voltage (volts)
120/240
Voltage Type
Line Voltage
Wire Configuration
2-Wire

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

does each 240 volt unit require its own thermostat

does each 240 volt unit require its own thermostat
Asked by: Ron
No, but there is a limit on the total amperage/wattage for each thermostat. As I recall it was 16.7 amps/4000 watts, BUT use whatever the instructions say.
Answered by: RChard
Date published: 2019-01-25

Is this for oil heat or electric heat

Asked by: mike
Both, as long as it's 220
Answered by: Justin
Date published: 2019-01-10

Does amps matter in choosing thermostats.I want to replace my old radiant ceiling heat thermostat...

Does amps matter in choosing thermostats.I want to replace my old radiant ceiling heat thermostats. I have 240V, 2 wire, current thermostats rated at 22amps on 15 amp breakers. But this Honeywell thermostat is 14.6 amps. Not sure if I should take into consideration the amps or watts. My current thermostat does not list watts only the name of the company when googled says 22 amps.
Asked by: thermohunter
Yes amperage matters. Typically an electric heater is the ONLY device on a circuit, a dedicated circuit, but that is not always the case. Assume your radiant ceiling heater is on a dedicated circuit, whatever its amperage rating is for it, the thermostat you use to control it must have a higher amperage rating. Sometimes multiple electric heaters are on the same circuit, which can be in series or parallel. In series and controlled by the same thermostat, you would need to add together the amperage draw of all of the heaters in series and make sure the thermostat is rated higher than that number. In parallel, the thermostat only needs to be of higher rating than the heaters it controls. Since you have a 15 amp breaker, (assuming a dedicated circuit) then your heater is likely less than 15 amps, otherwise it should trip the breaker every time it turns on. Exceeding the amperage rating risks components or the electrical wire overheating and causing a fire. My old mechanical thermostats gave off no heat, but these Honeywell thermostats have vents at the top and bottom and you can feel the heat the circuitry give off if you rest your hand on the top of it. These thermostats have a heating element feature to drive the element less as the room reaches temperature to give the feel of a steady temperature, you will need to turn that feature off for some types of heating units, especially those with fans.
Answered by: novice
Date published: 2019-01-02

The wiring diagram shows that the thermostat is connected in series between the supply and the ba...

The wiring diagram shows that the thermostat is connected in series between the supply and the baseboard heater. And there are no additional lines powering the thermostat. Does it have an internal battery that might need changing? else how are the electronics in the thermostat powered.
Asked by: Kash
Kash, I purchased this thermostat for my Sunroom project and you are correct it is wired in series with the power supply and has worked flawless. It controls temperature in the room to what ever you set it and heats to bring it back to set point. The clock in the stat has kept exact time, so there has to be a internal battery or back-up. I have shut down the circuit and turned it back on to find everything still on time and set. I would give it 5 out of 5 stars! Thanks Bob Thompson
Answered by: BobT
Date published: 2019-01-07
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Customer Reviews

5-2-Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 111.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I looked all over for a programmable baseboard heat thermostat. Home Depot was the only place I found one, and this was the only model offered. I installed it in our bedroom over a year ago, and it has worked perfectly from day one. It was easy to program, and it's easy to change settings. Our room is always comfortable when we're ready for bed, and we're not wasting electricity heating the room when we're not in there. Another nice thing about it is that it doesn't take batteries that need to be changed, yet it still keeps your settings if the power goes out. It was also easy to set it for the non-heating season. I just changed it to manual mode and set it for a lower temperature. If it got too cold at night in early spring or fall with the window open, the heat would still come on to keep us from freezing. I am buying another one for a room I'm remodeling into a nursery, and hope to have one in every room eventually.
Date published: 2009-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent thermostat, easy to install and setup I bought my house 2yrs ago and it has all electric baseboard heat. The thermostats and the baseboards where old. The first winter was bad, the electric bills where awful. I changed all the baseboards with new Dimplex baseboards and installed Honeywell programmable thermostats in every room. The installation and setup was easy, I did it myself. I immediately saw a huge difference in my electric bill. Very user friendly!! I set them so the bedrooms are at 65 degrees from 10pm to 5am, 70 degrees from 5am to 8am, 61 degrees from 8am to 6pm, and 68 degrees from 6pm to 10pm. I set the rest of the house in the same way except from 10pm to 5am, I set the livingroom, diningroom and kitchern to 61 degrees (unless I'm watching TV in the living room late). Of course if we feel cold, we raise the temp a few degrees. The great thing is that you dont have to worry about lowering them again, the temp will reset at the next cycle. The trick is to program the temp cycles on the low side of your comfort zone and adjust manually when needed. That way you are not heating the house too much if you aren't home during a scheduled 'higher' temp cycle, but are not coming home to a cold house either. Lets say you have a sick child, just switch to manuel and set to a constant temp. in their room. This thermostat is probably the easiest to program and has saved me at least 20-30 percent on my heating bill!
Date published: 2009-12-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Circulator Pump Problem Solved: I installed this item about a week ago replacing my old Honeywel... Circulator Pump Problem Solved: I installed this item about a week ago replacing my old Honeywell T451A hardwired (120 volt) manual thermostat. My home is heated with hot water baseboard with oil fired boiler. At first I thought this programmable thermostat would not be compatible with my system in that it is more designed for electric baseboard and forced hot air heat blowers but I tried it anyway. The installation was a snap, only 2 wires to connect. I programmed the stat according to the directions. All appeared to work fine except the oil burner circulator pump would open and close constantly for 2 to 3 seconds at 15 second intervals. MOST ANNOYING! The instructions did not address this issue in the troubleshooting section. After some trial and error I realized the stat has a "fan" setting in the advanced programming which the manufacturer sets as a default in the "on" position. Once I set this to the "off" position the problem was solved and the pump now works normally. Temperatures are accurate and the heating system is working perfectly.
Date published: 2019-01-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I've had four of these for a little over a year now. They were easy to install and program. Howev... I've had four of these for a little over a year now. They were easy to install and program. However, I'm now noticing that every one of them is warm to the touch on the top right and leaving dark heat marks on the wall. There is clearly some design flaw, and I worry for they'll one day overheat and cause a fire. I plan to replace these immediately.
Date published: 2019-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing for the price! I'm a bit bewildered by any negative reviews of this product!! It's electronics. Sometimes you can get a faulty item... you return/exchange it. These come with a 1 year warranty. A couple of reviewers complained about the display not being backlit. Mine's backlit if I touch the up/down button! Frankly, I'm amazed at how well this thermostat is designed and programmed for the price. If the display is a bit small... it's fine if I remember to put on my glasses ('Bet I'm not alone on that one!). The programming is user-friendly enough, especially once you run through it a couple of times. And, the customer support from Honeywell is nothing short of fantastic! This product far exceeds my expectations, especially for the price.
Date published: 2014-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for what I wanted I've had Honeywell programmable thermostats for over 30 years, and wanted one for my rental townhouse, which has electric baseboard heat. It needed to be easy to install, and to remove when I move out. This one is perfect. The package says 15 minute install. It took me 10 minutes to install and program. I SHUT OFF THE POWER, disconnected the old thermostat, connected the 2 wires of the new unit with the provided wire nuts, and mounted it to the electrical box with the provided screws. Now the heat goes down at night and up in the morning without me having to remember. Keep safety in mind - the circuit you're working with is 220 volts. That can kill you, so shut off the power before you begin!
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good buy I have electric baseboard heating in my entire house. It is almost impossible to find a programmable thermostats to work with them. This one does. What we did is we also bought hydronic baseboard heaters to work with them. I haven't really been able to test them yet because it has not been cold enough for me to turn on the heat. But I have programmed them and they turn on the heaters fine. Installation was easy. Two wires and it doesn't matter to what wire you attach them to. Honestly it took me 7 minutes each one. I've installed 6 so far. They look very nice on my walls. Not big and they are bright white. If you have electric heating this is a great buy and for the price you can't go wrong.
Date published: 2014-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Efficient for Baseboard Heat We have been so pleased with this baseboard programmable thermostat. So far we have replaced 6 thermostats in our home with these and couldn't be happier. It controls the warmth of the house without having to be running from room to room to adjust/check each thermostat. We still have four more that we plan to replace, but at $50+ each we are doing a couple at a time. The "Manual" setting allows a quick warm-up if we're up early in a certain room. The "Econo" allows an easy setting for when we are gone from the home. The only thing we wish it had was an actual "Off" setting for the summer. The Econo does work for that time of the year, but "Off" would be better.
Date published: 2011-03-19
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