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Bryant® Legacy™ - T1-PAC01-A Programmable Thermostat

Item: T1-PAC01-A
MFR: T1-PAC01-A

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Product Info

Description

The Legacy T1-PAC01-A programmable thermostats model are dual powered, operating from either 24VAC or two alkaline AA batteries. Configuration and program schedules are stored in non-volatile memory, preserving this information during power loss and battery removal. The AC model provides one stage of heating and one stage of cooling.

Features
  • Simplified 5/2 programming
  • Large backlit display
  • Modern styling
  • 24V or batteries
  • Non-volatile memory to retain settings during a power outage
  • Modes include Off, Cool, Heat
Warning: this product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. P65Warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

Weight0.2 Pounds (lbs)
Width3.5 Inches (In)
Height0.4 Inches (In)
Country of OriginUSA
Length5.4 Inches (In)
750mV CompatibleNo
Amps3
BacklitYes
Batteries IncludedYes
Battery BackupNo
BrandBryant
Built In Wi-FiNo
ColorWhite
CSA ListingYes
Cycle/Hertz60 Hz
Daylight Savings Time ReadyNo
Digital-Non ProgrammableNo
Digital-ProgrammableYes
DisplayYes
Energy Star RatedNo
Factory Authorized PartYes
Heat Pump CompatibleNo
LanguageEnglish
Low Battery IndicatorYes
ManualYes
Operating Temperature Range50 to 90 (10 to 32 C)
Overall Length1.0
PhaseSingle
Power Method24V OR BATTERIES
Prop 65Yes
RatingsMaintains agency listings and safety standards
Stages Cool1
Stages Heat1
System SwitchingNo
Temperature Range50°F to 90°F (10°C to 32.2°C)
TouchscreenNo
Voltage24 VAC
Warranty OfferedYes

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