I am considering having my thermostat replaced with a "humidity assisted thermostat".
My definition of an energy assisted thermostat is a thermostat which turns on the AC/HP according to temperature (only) and runs until the temperature is at the desired level. If the humidity set point is lower than the actual humidity, then the AC/HP will continue to run until the humidity is within range or the temperature is X degrees lower than the set point.
I have read the manual for the Honeywell TH8321 which will lower the temperature by 3 degrees if the humidity criteria is not met. I wonder if 3 degrees is too much.
I would like feedback from anyone who has experience with any models of "humidity assisted thermostats".