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    WI-Fi thermostat for modulating furnace. RHEEM count our

    Wondering if anyone knows if their is a wi-Fi stat that can be used on RHEEMs modulating countour furnace?


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    Yes the 5000 series available from Protech
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpb2 View Post
    Yes the 5000 series available from Protech
    Do you have a link to it? I tried to google it and got nothing.


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    If you don't want to modulate, the Vision Pro WiFi is a cheap way to do it. Hook it up as a 2 stage and switch a couple of DIP switches. Sure cripples a nice furnace.

    Jeff, what's the 5000 series? Is that a Pro1IAQ product?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    If you don't want to modulate, the Vision Pro WiFi is a cheap way to do it. Hook it up as a 2 stage and switch a couple of DIP switches. Sure cripples a nice furnace.

    Jeff, what's the 5000 series? Is that a Pro1IAQ product?
    I want it to modulate. Can't seem to find a stat though.


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