these three things, Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™
control gradually changes the temperature from the
energy savings setting to the comfort setting (for
example, from a heating temperature of 62° at night to
70° in the morning).
Adaptive Intelligent Recovery Control
Your Thermostat Senses Temperature
More Like You Do
Your new thermostat is so smart, it’s almost human. You
perceive temperature from a variety of sources, not only
from the air in the room, but also from your surrounding
walls, windows and furnishings. Humans feel differences
in temperature as slight as two degrees Fahrenheit.
Common household thermometers and standard
thermostats sense only air temperature, which may not
reflect how hot or cold the room actually feels to you.
Your new thermostat reads both the temperature of the
wall and the air, and responds to temperature changes
as little as one degree Fahrenheit, so room temperature
is more likely to feel right to you and your family.
The system runs continuously until the comfort tempera-
ture you choose is reached without overshooting the
setting. This saves energy. How do you know when the
system is in recovery? The thermostat displays In
Recovery whenever the thermostat activates Adaptive
Intelligent Recovery Control. So, In Recovery displays
during the recovery time from Sleep to Wake and from
Leave to Return.
The Deluxe Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat acts
like a computer. When calculating the time to turn on
your heating or cooling system, it considers (1) air
temperature, (2) wall temperature, and (3) the time you
want to reach the comfort temperature. After considering
Sleep In Recovery
indication shown in example above.
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