3 Heat / 2 Cool Programmable MrCool Wifi Thermostat with Humidity Control

Item: HA21536
Model: MST03
Condition: New

3 Heat / 2 Cool Programmable MrCool Wifi Thermostat with Humidity Control Zoom

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The Programmable MrCool Wifi Thermostat is a sophisticated and intelligent programmable thermostat compatible with most major central heating and air conditioning products. Matching this thermostat with a new home air conditioning product will ensure you get the best performance and efficiency available.

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The Programmable MrCool Wifi Thermostat is a sophisticated and intelligent programmable thermostat compatible with most major central heating and air conditioning products. Matching this thermostat with a new home air conditioning product will ensure you get the best performance and efficiency available.

The Programmable MrCool Wifi Thermostat has features and capabilities that will please even the most discerning homeowner. The thermostat comes standard with a 4.17 x 2.36 inch display that is bright and easy to read. It can accommodate up to 3 heat and 2 cool modes. It has 7 Days Programmable flexibility with Auto Changeover. It supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz. It is a 24 volt product with a 2-year warranty.

And, of course, the Programmable MrCool Wifi Thermostat has universal compatibility. You don’t have to invest in an expensive central unit or even a MrCool branded product to enjoy the precise comfort control and easy programming that this thermostat offers. It will work with a wide variety of home heating and cooling central air systems. Plus, it is affordably priced, and backed by Ingrams lifetime technical support guarantee.

Warranty Terms

For a full description of all warranties applicable to this product as well as individual manufacturer requirements, please review the manufacturer's consumer brochure and/or product warranty documents.  Online warranty registration must be completed within 60 days of installation.  Due to state laws, online registration is not required in California or Quebec. Call for warranty availability on scratch & dent and surplus items.

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Specifications

Model MST03
UPC 810035931138
Product Height (in) 4.25
Product Length (in) 1
Product Width (in) 6.25
Special Features Humidity Control, Touchscreen, WiFi Capable
System Compatibility AC Only, AC & Gas, Heat Pump
Thermostat Mobility Stationary
Heat/Cool Stages 3 Heat / 2 Cool
Thermostat Type Programmable
Warranty 2 Year
Weight (lbs) 1.0000
California Residents see Prop 65 WARNING

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Does this thermostat work with the Mr cool universal heat pumps?
Can I use this thermostat to control my Mr Cool DIY mini split as well as my forced hot water boiler as a back up? When it gets super cold I want to be able to kick on the forced hot water system if the mini split isn't making heat due to low ambient temps.
I want to use this thermostat with my 2 to 3 Ton Variable Speed MrCool Universal Air Handler and Universal Central Heat Pump Condenser. I don't want to setup emergency or aux. heating. In fact, I want to ignore those stages all together. I want only to engage the heat pump for all heating calls. Is that possible with this thermostat?
Since this is a Variable speed unit....... in order to get the best out of it........ It would require a Thermostat that has the ability to communicate with the Air handler in a way that the variable speed works at its best. Thermostats are sold for single, double or multi stage....... I can't seem to find "variable speed" Thermostats.... when the question is asked .... the answer is they all would work..... true.... most T-stats would get the AC to work turn on and off..... but what is the correct wire connection to make sure the Variable part is at its best?