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CT30 - 2GIG CT30 Z-Wave Programmable Thermostat

CT30 - 2GIG CT30 Z-Wave Programmable Thermostat
Manufacturer:  2GIG Technologies  SKU:  CT30
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The look and feel of this thermostat, plus it functionality are top-notch. This is a perfect add-on to my existing 2GIG system.


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  CT100 - 2GIG Z-Wave Programmable Thermostat
Price:  $98.50
 
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The CT30 is a Z-Wave compatible thermostat meant for use with the 2GIG Alarm System. it functions based on the commands and program information stored at the Z-Wave controller. The CT30 programmable communicating thermostat operates via a high-quality, easy-to-use touch screen. To program or adjust the unit, simply touch your finger firmly to the screen. The screen will automatically light up and you will hear an audible BEEP.

Features:

  • Z-Wave Programmable Thermostat
  • 5-1-1 day programmable
  • Large, easy-to-read LED backlit display
  • Runs on 3 AAA batteries and/or HVAC power
  • Thin, sleek design
  • Simplified installation
Rating: (5.00)   # of Ratings: 2   


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1. Anonymous User on 7/19/2011, said:

I bought this for use with my Vera2 z-wave system. It works pretty well. The only minor glitch is that I can't get it to turn the fan off via z-wave, but I can get it to turn on (on/off works just fine on the thermostat itself, just not remotely via z-wave). I also couldn't get it to work with my ge/jasco a/v universal z-wave remote. The best part about this thermostat for me is that it runs off batteries. I didn't have a 24vac power wire running to my old thermostat. This takes 3 AAA batteries and I've replaced them once in six months. If you're going on vacation it might be a good idea to put fresh batteries in. Another nice feature is the variance. You can set the variance between 0.5-2.0 degrees. So, if you're alright with the room getting down to 68 degrees when heat is set at 70 then you can save some money. Many thermostats only allow a one degree variance which causes the furnace/AC to kick in more frequently. All in all, this is a great thermostat for a z-wave system especially if you want to use batteries only.

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2. Anonymous User on 1/8/2011, said:

Amazing! I Watched the YouTube videos and it all went smoothly. A programmable-only thermostat is fine but it drove me nuts that my home was heating up on days I’d be late or even not coming home that night. Now I have control and am no longer wasting resources and money. I use both my iPod Touch and Web for maintaining proper home temp. I love it.

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