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thermostat

 [ther´mo-stat]
a device interposed in a heating system by which temperature is automatically maintained between certain levels.

ther·mo·stat

(ther'mō-stat),
An apparatus for the automatic regulation of heat, as in an incubator.
Synonym(s): thermoregulator
[thermo- + G. statos, standing]

thermostat

[thur′məstat]
Etymology: Gk, thermē + statos, standing
a device for the automatic control of a heating or cooling system. thermostatic, adj.

thermostat

a device interposed in a heating system by which temperature is automatically maintained between certain levels.
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The e7 thermostat is designed for hospitality and compatible with Amazon Alexa voice control for temperature, lighting, drapery and amenity functions.
RCS is one of the leading suppliers of smart communicating thermostats to original equipment manufacturers.
RCS is asupplier of smart and communicating thermostats to original equipment manufacturers (OEM).
The market demand for smart thermostats continue to rise steadily in North America, and market research analysts expect it to grow during the forecast period.
Vendors in the smart thermostat market have identified this trend and are promoting smart thermostats as an alternate to ordinary thermostats in smart homes.
You can also warm up the house just before you arrive there--Wi-Fi thermostats offer the convenience of adjusting temps from wherever you are.
Millennial Net, a provider of wireless energy management solutions designed for commercial, public and industrial buildings, has launched its third generation wireless/standalone electric thermostat, Wi-Stat IIIe.
The CloudConnect[TM] service allows NetworkThermostat users to monitor and control multiple thermostats at multiple locations from a single web-browser page.
People who were diligent about turning their old thermostats up and down throughout the day might not see any substantial savings with a smart thermostat, but most of us aren't so diligent--especially when it comes to turning the heat down at night when we are sleeping.
The thermostats can also be linked to key card readers - for instance in hotel rooms - so that rooms are heated only when they are occupied.
New regulations enacted July 1 turn up the heat on manufacturers, collection centers and wholesalers of mercury-containing thermostats by setting measurable performance goals for take-back programs Manufacturers are required to collect and recycle more than 32,500 mercury-containing thermostats in the second half of 2013, or 30% of the estimated total number of mercury thermostats that become waste.
The HVAC industry, a sector as unexciting as the thermostats it sold, was astonished by the fresh ideas behind the device, which learned from its owners' behavior and could be controlled with a polished mobile app.