Mysa Smart Thermostat. Mysa offers two thermostat options that are built for line voltage electric heaters and high voltage in-floor heating. ...
Sinope Smart Thermostat. ...
Stelpro Smart Thermostat.
For good measure, does Nest thermostat work with electric baseboard?
The Honeywell Lyric, Nest and other smart thermostats are designed to work with central home heating systems. ... Electric baseboard and fan heaters work with line-voltage thermostats, which can be either 120 or 240 volts. If you hooked up a low-voltage thermostat directly to one of our heaters it would fry the thermostat.
In addition, what smart thermostats work with baseboard heaters? The Caleo by Casa is a WiFi thermostat built for electric baseboard heaters. You can control your thermostat with the Caleo app on your smartphone or by signing into the Casa Connect web console. It's also compatible with IFTTT.
Incidently, are new electric baseboard heaters more energy efficient?
All electric heaters are 100% efficient at converting electricity to heat, regardless of how old they are, so replacing old baseboards with newer ones won't save you any energy. ... There is nothing else for the electricity going through your baseboards to do but turn into heat.
Can one thermostat control two baseboard heaters?
The answer to that question is yes, you can wire multiple heaters to one thermostat — if you're using 240-volt heaters and a 240-volt breaker....For example, using just one thermostat, you can install:
Two 1,500 watt heaters, or.
Three 1,000 watt heaters, or.
Five 750 watt heaters.
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Here's how a typical electric baseboard heater produces heat: Once its thermostat clicks on, the unit draws cool air from close to the floor and pulls it over heated metal fins that have an electrified cable running through it. The cable heats the air then a small fan pushes the warm air out into the room.
Because electric heat is one of the most expensive ways to heat your home, you can cut your heating bills significantly by installing a programmable thermostat, like this one, which automatically turns down the heat when it isn't needed. Make sure you buy a high-voltage thermostat designed for electric baseboard heat.
The thermostat can be mounted directly on the heater itself or on the wall so that the circuit wiring passes through the thermostat first on the way to the baseboard heater. A new line-voltage thermostat will need to be connected as part of the installation of the new baseboard heater.
If you want to remodel your home or a specific room, baseboard heaters are a practical option. Especially if it's not cost-effective or even possible to add onto the existing ductwork of a central heating system. ... Rooms farthest from the furnace tend to receive the least amount of heat.
Installing a 240-volt heater on a 120-volt circuit is not as big a safety risk, but you will notice that your heater will fail to work most times. When it does run, it will end up giving out much less heat than what you needed for your room and below what you expected.
To perform the test, turn off the circuit breaker and then take the thermostat off the wall, using a screwdriver. Remove all the thermostat wires from the control. Touch one lead to each wire while you hold the other lead on the ground wire. Repeat the test with all the thermostat terminals.
In most all cases, multiple baseboard heaters can be connected together if the total operational amperage does not exceed the wires and circuit breaker's capacity. If the heater is too large it must be wired on a separate circuit.