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Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat with Built-in GFCI

  • Elegant industrial design accentuates your kitchen interiors
  • 10 ft. sensor monitors the floor temperature
  • Intuitive thermostat comes with a built-in GFCI for safety
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Product Overview

An ideal choice for optimal comfort with electrical under-floor heating. This Dual voltage thermostat can be used with 120-Volt or 240-Volt systems. Includes a 10 ft. floor sensor.

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Ratings
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Voltage (volts)120/240120/240
Flooring Product TypeUnderfloor HeatingUnderfloor HeatingUnderfloor HeatingUnderfloor Heating
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
3.0

Details

Flooring Product Type
Underfloor Heating
Maximum Area at 120V (sq ft)
150
Maximum Area at 240V (sq ft)
300
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Programmable
No
Returnable
180-Day
Voltage (volts)
120/240
Wattage (watts)
1800.000

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year

Questions & Answers

4Questions9Answers

can I disable the GFCI? because I have a breaker with the GFCI build in?

Asked by Pete April 2, 2020
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Answer

Hi Pete, Unfortunately the GFCI in our thermostats can not be disabled.

Where can I locate the version with a 15 mA GFCI? Your specs are incorrect. The 5 mA version is ...

Asked by pmacher59 December 22, 2019
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Answers

MP Global. Your answer not clear. There are 2 models of this unit. The UTN4 has a 5 mA GFCI rating and the ATN4 has a 15 mA rating. The installation instructions cover both models. How could the UTN4 cover 150 sq ft, when each 30 sq ft mat draws approximately 3 mA? This is misleading. Do the programmable and smart thermostats have a 5 mA or 15 mA trip? Just looking for an MP Product that will actually work with 5 mats, covering 150 sq ft. Thanks.

Do I need this if I already have a Nest or other smart thermostat?

Asked by RBG1983 June 19, 2019
1
Answer

We haven't tested other brands of thermostats with QuietWarmth radiant heat systems. We have only tested QuietWarmth thermostats. A requirement is it should be a line in thermostat if you choose to install another brand thermostat. You also want to make sure it has a built-in GFCI in the thermostat or at the breaker.

Where are the instruction?

Asked by Unhappy February 12, 2017
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Answers

This link will provide you a .pdf copy of the instructions http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/38/38b959a2-d27a-453e-bcb0-3a6cff70dc6f.pdf

Customer Reviews

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I didn't need to have a programmable thermostat for my heated floors in my master bathroom so I c...
I didn't need to have a programmable thermostat for my heated floors in my master bathroom so I chose this non-programmable one to save some money. My bathroom is over a crawl space at my cottage and during the winter, the tile floors would have been much to cold to walk on so I installed floor warmers which also keeps the entire bathroom warmer. I set this thermostat at a constant temperature (in the summer it will automatically turn off with the higher outside temperature, just like your normal home thermostat). I would highly recommend keeping the instructions close by, though, because it's rather tricky when trying to set up this device. See attached picture for more details. For a simple, clean looking non-programmable thermostat, this is a good choice!
by JoJo
3 people found this helpful
Some Nice Features
I had installed radiant heating in my floors and was turning it off and on, based on me showering, via a light switch. Problems were, I had to plan ahead, because it took 30 minutes to warm up, and many times I would forget to turn it off, which caused issues with the flooring. So, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using a thermostat. This one has a very nice feature which limits the temperature, to protect the floor, and lets you choose 104F for tile or 82F for laminate. It also has a sensor in the wall unit. So, if the floor sensor fails, it still can function. It has a built in GFI. The display is LCD, that back lights only when buttons are being pressed (see pics). The downside, based on its display, it is relatively big, requiring its own junction box. If you want something that heats the same temperature 24/7, this is a great choice. If you want something that turns off at night, to save on heating bills, the programmable one is a better choice.
by thedogscar
It's installed, electrical is not hooked up yet so I...
It's installed, electrical is not hooked up yet so I don't know how it functions. Company was very helpful by phone, I reached out twice and both times got a quick response.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Confusion
I cannot locate the 15 mA GFCI version to install. Wasted countless hours troubleshooting my system only to find there are 2 versions of this thermostat. Both the manufacturer and sellers of this product need to improve their technical communication covering what these unit will and will not do. I ended up wasting a bunch of time and money. The mats work great but only one out of 5 are working, limited by the 5 mA GFCI trip.
by pmacher59
Nice system and relatively easy to install. Our problem...
Nice system and relatively easy to install. Our problem was the angles in our bathroom that made complete coverage difficult. We took the easy way out and wound up with some cold spots in between the heating pads. It is great to walk on warm floors on cold nights and to step out of the shower onto a warm bathmat.
by Jerry
To be honest, the idea of a non-programmable thermostat doesn’t sit well with me at first thought...
To be honest, the idea of a non-programmable thermostat doesn’t sit well with me at first thought. My house has a ton of automation. All my lights are on a controller with fancy dimmers and schedules controlling everything. I thought for sure I’d want to control the flooring, as well. Then I realized that it takes time to heat the floor, so turning it on and off like that wouldn’t give me a warm floor when I wanted it warm. Also, I did the math…15 sq ft (180W) of flooring, running 24 hours a day for a month costs just $8. This thermostat is a no-muss, rock solid device. I like the streamlined appearance and straightforward operation.
by ToddB
1 person found this helpful
I finally completed installing the Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat with Built-in GFCI to my b...
I finally completed installing the Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat with Built-in GFCI to my bathroom floor before adding ceramic tile. I did have to cut out a wall space for the installation to the electrical outlet where there was a fire block within the wall space. This product really warms the floor space to a comfortable temperature, I am completely satisfied with all of the features and the ground feature is an added safety of the thermostat.
by JamesB
Thermostat with built in GFCI is a really great Idea. The GFCI included in the product really giv...
Thermostat with built in GFCI is a really great Idea. The GFCI included in the product really gives peace of mind for the entire family. Is very simple to install, I would recommend doing a little bit of homework before taking on a project like this. This thermostat looks really great on the wall in my restroom, It's pretty simple to operate and the display is clear.
by Eli
QuietWarmth Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat with Built-in GFCI was installed during the summ...
QuietWarmth Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat with Built-in GFCI was installed during the summer months in Texas. Once the flooring and thermostat had been installed I tested it's operation which appeared to feel warm while set at a temperature of 78 degrees. I am now looking forward to the winter months of comfort while walking on the titled floor. The only issue I had with it being installed was removing wall board because of fire blocks behind the sheet rock for connection to the electrical outlet.
by Jmoe
Non-Programmable Thermostat, the Quiet Warmth, Radiant Floor Heat System with a floor sensor. Thi...
Non-Programmable Thermostat, the Quiet Warmth, Radiant Floor Heat System with a floor sensor. This Thermostat is designed for a Radiant Floor Heat System, not the normal hot air duct type heating system. It has an integrated GFCI (5mA trip Level), which can track power consumption. It can display either Fahrenheit or Celcius displays with a backlit screen. One thing I found on the instructions, they are written in two different languages which makes you jump between pages to find the next step in the right language, whatever that is. One plus for this thermostat is that it connects by a power base into an electrical box which makes it handy. At a price of $147.01 it’s a relatively expensive device worth considering before any purchase.
by conferw
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