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Old 12-23-2018, 03:54 PM   #1
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Best Thermostat For Commercial Use


I have installed 5 Honeywell TH8321U1006 Visionpro 7 days programable thermostat for a client few years ago; the same client now wants me to install the same thermostat in another site; here is what he likes about the thermostat:

1- Fan Circulation mode.
2- Easy To program.
3- Ability to lock the screen.
4- Dehumidification.
5- Big touch screen

Now that the TH8321U1006 is difficult to find (I believe discontinued couple of years ago), does anyone know any other model (or brand) that has all of the above features?
Honeywell website does not provide enough info about their newer models, and I have tried "Honeywell RTH9580WF" but it lacks circulation + dehumidification

Note: my customer mentioned that "it is nice to have Colored screen + WiFi" but optional
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Old 12-24-2018, 03:06 AM   #2
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https://forwardthinking.honeywellhom...9000Smart.html


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https://forwardthinking.honeywellhom...pro_8000a.html

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Thanks for the help.

I've just read the 9000 Smart manual; it has all the features I need except for the dehumidification feature? it does mention that the thermostat can "read" the humidity, but it does not mention if it can kick in the unit to lower it.

Have you tried it yourself?
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Its in the advance menu of the thermostat. But only does cool to dehumidify. The 8000 has the ability to slow the blower if you have a VS blower.
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Where exactly can I find the "Advanced" menu?

Honeywell really needs to work more on their manuals
I first did not find the "circulation" option; after hours of trying I decided to change the thermostat from "Business" to "Home" and the Circulation option came right up one would assume that setting it as "business" will unlock more feature!
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