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Cycles per hour on thermostat
I recently checked out a thread on the wall about thermostats. I saw a recommendation to change from the older style mercury bulb thermostat with anticipator to a newer digital style without an anticipator. I have never been satisfied with the anticipator operation on my current Honeywell T822D1024 thermostat. I am thinking about getting a Honeywell RTH110B, Digital non programmable Thermostat. It has a cycles per hour setting. I checked Honeywell website and I was unable to find any information on how this setting works other than how to set it. Seems like a good value for the price they are asking for it. Anybody have any experience with this thermostat or some insight on the cycles per hour feature as it relates to hot water boilers? I am trying to compare this model with a Honeywell focus pro 5000 series which costs twice as much. Is it a case of: You get what you pay for or would I be purchasing more than I need?