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King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Voltage Thermostat 240V 16 Amp

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King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Voltage Thermostat 240V 16 Amp

Get the freedom to control your home heating and cooling system from anywhere in the world with the King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Voltage Thermostat 240V 16 Amp. This thermostat turns an ordinary HVAC system into a smart model and allows you to better control conditions in your home.

Control Your System from Your Phone

With the King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Voltage Thermostat, you'll be able to use your tablet or smartphone as a remote for your thermostat no matter where you are in the world. Once you have the thermostat installed, you can connect it to your home's wireless router and then download the iOS or Android app for your mobile device. Then, you can use the Atmoz Smart Phone app to adjust the settings, check the status and program the thermostat whether you're sitting in your living room or are on the other side of the world.

Energy-Saving Smart Design

The King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Voltage Thermostat uses a state-of-the-art electronic sensor to continuously monitor ambient air temperatures in your home. With an accuracy of 1 degree Fahrenheit, the thermostat has been shown in tests to decrease energy costs by as much as 28 percent compared to older thermostats.

Set It and Forget It

With the King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Voltage Thermostat, you can set the temperature in your home from 41 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit and rely on it to keep the temperatures in a comfortable range. You can set up memory programs to have the thermostat automatically turn the temperature up or down at specific times.

Simple to Install

The King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Voltage Thermostat can be safely installed in any single pole line voltage system with ratings of 240 volts and 16 amps. It mounts directly onto a 2-inch by 4-inch vertical electrical outlet box and can be used with any baseboard, radiant electric or baseboard heaters made by King Electric or other manufacturers. Instructions are included with the thermostat; however, it is recommended that you have the unit installed by a professional. The thermostat is ETL certified to ensure safety.

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  • Model: ATMOZ1-240-WIFI
  • UPC: 093319103975
  • Product Type: King Electric ATMOZ1-240-WIFI Single Pole Line Vol
  • Product Dimensions: L: 3.00" x W: 3.00" x H: 5.50"
  • Product Weight: 1.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: White
  • Voltage: 240 volts
  • Watts: 3840 watts
  • Amps: 16 amps
  • Heating/Cooling System Type: Electric Heat & Cooling
  • Voltage Type: Line Voltage
  • Programmable: Yes
  • Control Type: Push Button
  • Digital Display: Yes
  • Backlit Digital Display: Yes
  • Temperature Displayed: Current Room Temperature
  • Cooling Only: No
  • Heating Only: No
  • Program Type: 7 Day
  • Mounting: Vertical
  • Power Method: Hardwired
  • Menu Driven Program Guides: Yes
  • Changeover: Automatic , Manual
  • Wireless: Yes
  • Accurate sensing technology reduces heating costs by up to 28 percent
  • Back-lit display for easy reading
  • Coordinates with iOS and Android app for controlling your HVAC system from anywhere in the world
  • Create programs for automatic operation
  • Mounts easily on a 2-inch by 4-inch vertical electrical outlet box
  • Works with fan-forced, radiant electric and baseboard heaters

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