Marley Introduces New Wireless Thermostat Kit
Offers wireless comfort for small heating systems that include baseboards, convectors, and fan-forced heaters
BENNETTSVILLE, S.C. — Marley Engineered Products (MEP) has announced the introduction of a new, easy-to-install method for wireless heating control with its Honeywell RedLINK™-compatible Wireless Thermostat Kit.
The new Wireless Thermostat Kit with digital thermostat, relay, and antenna from MEP offers wireless comfort for small heating systems with less than 12 amps that include baseboards, convectors, and fan-forced heaters.
Through integrated compatibility with Honeywell’s RedLINK System, the wireless thermostat can be controlled by smartphone via the RedLINK app. One thermostat can control up to eight heating devices and function as one heating zone. The thermostat kit comes with one relay and antenna for one heater. A separate kit is available for adding additional heaters.
“The new Wireless Thermostat Kit provides users with customized heating like never before,” said Dennis Krob, product manager for MEP. “The compatibility with Honeywell’s RedLINK System also means that the fine-tuned control is easy to use and right at your fingertips. Through just a few taps of the app, users can adjust heating to match their desired settings.”
The kit also provides for easy installation by being wireless. It reduces installation time and cost by eliminating the need for hard wiring and cutting into drywall.
Other features include:
• Compatibility with fan-forced or fan-less heaters that are less than 12.5 amps.
• Zone control for maximum convenience and ease of use.
• Small footprint with clean, contemporary aesthetic.
“Homeowners today seek exact control over the specifics in their heating and cooling systems,” said Krob. “With the new design of the Wireless Thermostat Kit and modern features associated with the Honeywell RedLINK System, these heaters can better meet the heating comfort expectations of our customers.”
For more information, visit www.marleymep.com.
Publication date: 3/4/2016