Saturday, 14 January 2017

Honeywell T6360B1028 Dial Thermostat

In 2017 we now have at our fingertips digital thermostats that have so much technology crammed into them, that it can get rather confusing for technophobes to get the hang of. Radio Frequencies, WiFi connections, Smartphone controlled, and even many that are now touch screen. There's a lot to digest. These days, operating one of the up-to-date thermostats can be compared to using a computer device, such as a Tablet. But thankfully, for those who like the simpler things in life, there are still some excellent, very basic dial thermostats out there for sale. The Honeywell T6360B1028 (Pictured below) is a great example.

Cheap to buy, simple to wire (3 wire + earth), and very easy to use. Just turn the dial to your desired temperature and that's it. The dial has a range of between 10-30 degrees (its fairly accurate). If that set temperature is higher than the actual room temperature the heating will be activated. If not it will remain off. The Honeywell T6360B1028 is one of the "go to" models when replacing a similar thermostat that has failed after many years of service. For the majority of people it's just a simple rewire / swap over job. It doesn't even need batteries  to work as it's hard wired.

By most accounts buyers have been able to successfully use their Baxi combi boiler with the T6360B and have said it works perfectly. No issues to report. If you're not already aware: I'm sure you are. This is a very basic thermostat. If that's suits you then great. If not, there are hundreds more to choose from that have many additional features. Whether that be a trusted Honeywell, or something else with a really good track record like a Salus or Drayton.



At 14 January 2017 at 15:24 , Anonymous Jax said...

Only thing to watch for with this is the knob can crack and needs to be replaced


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