Are there any humidity sensing thermostats that can automatically raise/lower temperature in accordance with humidity? I know in an ideal world humidity and temperature would remain "fixed", but sometimes there isn't enough of a sensible load to cause the thermostat to cycle.
I've found 2 possible solutions:
1: Thermostat with humidity sensing that will cycle the A/C up to 3 degrees below setpoint to get to correct humidity level. (Honeywell)
2: Thermostat that will raise setpoint based on run time of A/C. (White Rodgers "cool savings")
I'd like a stat that would simply lower the temperature 1 degree for every 4% over humidity "setpoint" and raise 1 degree for every 4% under setpoint. Does such an stat exist?