Thermostat Programmability Options
Non-programmable thermostats can regulate room
temperature to one desired setpoint whereas programmable thermostats come with
different scheduling capabilities, typically, up to four temperature changes
are allowed for each setting period, i.e.,:
- 7-Day models allow the
homeowner to program unique temperature schedules for every day of the
week. These programmable thermostats offer the best scheduling variation
for a busy household with a schedule that frequently changes.
- 5-1-1 Day programmable
thermostats permit one set of temperature adjustments used Monday through
Friday and unique schedules for Saturday and Sunday. These are ideal for
households with consistent schedules during the week and each day of the
- 5-2 Day programmable
thermostats use one set of temperature schedules Monday through Friday and
a second set that covers Saturday and Sunday. They are used in households
with consistent weekday and weekend schedules (or businesses that operate only on weekdays)
programmable thermostats use one set of temperature adjustments for all seven
days of the week. This is the most limited programming ability offered for
programmable thermostat models.
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