The NT10e offers all the standard features of a fully programmable thermostat with a huge added benefit: the ability to access it over the Internet, from within your home or anywhere in the world. This is made possible by the safe and secure Proliphix Remote Management Service (which is totally FREE). Additionally, this free service can text message or email you when alarms and alerts are detected by the thermostat, such as high or low temperatures that you have preset.
Compatible with most HVAC systems, including gas/oil fired furnaces or boilers, hydronic heating, central air conditioning, and heat pumps, this single stage heat/cool thermostat also offers Heat, Cool, Auto Changeover and Off modes plus Manual, Auto, and on Heat fan controls. Both Fahrenheit and Celsius are supported.
- Compatible with fossil fuel and heat pump systems
- Single stage heat and A/C support
- Auto changeover
- Manual & automatic fan control
- Reliable TCP/IP communications
- Web browser control interface
- Automated email & text message reporting
- Wired Ethernet
- 366 day programming
- 4 temperature periods per day
- Three year scheduling
- Vacation and Special Day Schedules
- CSA Listed
- ENERGY STAR Compliant
The Power Supply
The EPA-20 is installed near the network equipment and at the point of termination of the Cat5 cables wired to each Network Thermostat. For each thermostat, there are two cable terminations on the EPA; one which provides data connectivity and power to the thermostat and the other which provides data connectivity only to the network equipment. For each thermostat, these two terminations are bridged to one another on the EPA to provide flow-thru data connectivity from the thermostat to the network equipment or network equipment to the thermostat. Power to each thermostat is isolated from the network equipment which may include hubs, switches and routers.
Power Adapter Features:
- Powers multiple network thermostats
- Fused protection
- Rugged steel enclosure
- Passive electronic design
Each thermostat Cat5 cable is punched down to the 110 block on the EPA designated for that thermostat. Associated with each 110 punch down block (for each thermostat), is a standard RJ45 Ethernet jack which supports patch-cable data connectivity from the thermostat to the network equipment.