Kanmor launches new series of thermostats

Published:  08 March, 2010

Kanmor, thermostat

Kanmor’s 500 series of thermostats for heating systems use pulse-width modulation to achieve accuracy and versatility. All user requirements are covered. The basic 501x has a conventional dial, but allows for night setback. The fully programmable 512e is designed for 2-stage heating and offers accurate control of up to four different temperature schedules per day.

There are two mid-range models. The 506x comes with auto cycles per hour and air and/or slab temperature control. The 501e provides up to four events per day and has an early start from setback feature.

Three of the models have up/down temperature buttons and LCD display with backlighting. All operate from 24 V.

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