Bimetal 22 Amp Double Pole Wall Thermostat Tamperproof Anticipating
This amazing thermostat is tamperproof and can control a heating load of up to 22 amps. Keep people from tampering with the temperature and the thermostat. The bimetal thickness gives you improved performance and side ventilation improves sensitivity to temperature changes.
- UL & CSA Listed
- Temperature Range 45 degrees to 75 degrees Fahrenheit
- 4 Wire Hookup Breaks Both Legs of Circuit in Off Setting
- Economical Choice for Wall Mount Electric Control of Baseboard and Fan-Forced Resistance Heating
- Reliable Snap Action Bimetal Temperature Sensing Control
- Wiring diagram
- 6 mounting screws
About CadetThe comfort of your home begins at our home in the Pacific Northwest, where Cadet has been inviting warmth since 1957. Every one of our baseboard and electric wall heaters is designed and built at our facilities in Vancouver, Washington, USA. As a family-run business, Cadet keeps it simple: build the heaters that we’d want to keep our own families warm, comfortable, and safe. We don’t believe in heating a room you’re not in, so Cadet delivers warmth one room at a time. That’s the simple, sensible efficiency of single room heating. Choose Cadet for a smart, sustainable choice you’ll rely on for years to come.
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This Cadet item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Cadet C612TP
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