Released February, 2007
The Pros:Display is easy to read and comfortable to look at in low light. Scheduling allows for a great deal of flexibility, saves energy. Easy to use once you've gotten used to it.
The Cons:Installation still requires some comfort with basic wiring. Takes some time to get used to the functions, seems confusing at first.
The Honeywell RTH2310B is a low-cost digital thermostat built to be installed by the homeowner. This is nearly identical to the RTH230B, with the only difference being the display which is now backlit in blue.
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The improvements over the Honeywell RTH2300B remain, including the Early Start Function to reach target temperatures at scheduled times, and the filter change reminder function. Controls are simplified for ease of use, and the unit can be programmed with separate schedules for weekdays and weekends. Each day can have up to 4 periods assigned at different temperatures, allowing an energy savings of up to 33% annually. Heating and cooling systems both work with this thermostat, but heat pump systems and electric baseboard heat are not compatible.
- DIY install
- Backlit display
- Separate Programming for the Weekdays and Weekend
- Up to 4 program periods per day
- Easy to Use
- Early Start Function
- Filter Change Reminder
- Slim and compact design
- Works with heating and cooling systems
- 1-Year Warranty
User Reviews (1)
display is easy to read and comfortable to look at in low light
scheduling allows for a great deal of flexibility, saves energy
easy to use once you've gotten used to it
ensures that the temperature is where it needs to be at the time scheduled, not some time after
unobtrusive design, won't impact most decor
installation still requires some comfort with basic wiring
takes some time to get used to the functions, seems confusing at first
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