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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
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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.


  • 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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