A Thermostat is typically a programmable device that enables the heating system to come on and off at certain times.
A device that monitors and controls the temperature of a space by adjusting the output of a heating or cooling system.
A type of thermostat that allows users to set different temperatures for different times of day, improving comfort and energy efficiency.
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