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NetworkThermostat Now Shipping Two Ethernet Thermostats for Residential and Commercial Use

February 20, 2013

NetworkThermostat is now shipping two new Ethernet thermostats, the RP32-IP and the UP32-IP. These new commercial grade programmable communicating thermostats (PCT) include a 10/100Mbps Ethernet port and a built-in web server to allow for simple connection from any PC, Mac, smart phone or tablet.

Grapevine, Texas (PRWEB) February 20, 2013

NetworkThermostat, a leading communications-based thermostat manufacturer since 1995, is now shipping two new Ethernet thermostats, the RP32-IP and the UP32-IP. These devices feature an intuitive interface and powerful web engine that puts the right amount of control at the right location. The web server automatically detects the device type (PC, Mac, tablet or mobile phone), makes the required connections and delivers either full webpages (PC, Mac or iPad) or mobile pages (iPhone or Android phone). The UP32-IP includes the exclusive Net/X Advanced Remote Sensor Bus for attaching up to eleven (11) remote sensors for monitoring of up to 6 different sensor types.

These Internet thermostats allow point and click control from almost any browser on any device from any internet access point. An extended hold (vacation) is quickly created from an internet connection or the thermostat front panel by simply entering the day and time to return to normal scheduling. Both versions feature automatic changeover 3-Heat / 2-Cool thermostats with programmability from just a single schedule to seven days per week with up to four events per day.

Full 10/100Mbps connections simplify PCI compliance for the commercial world. Control temperature from a LAN or from the Internet. Controlling multiple RP32-IP and/or UP32-IP thermostats is as easy as controlling one. Multiple control options include the free Internet-based Net/X Remote Device login tool, free Net/X Device Explorer tool for on-site, and the free Enterprise-Class Net/X-IP Command Center software for drag-and-drop scheduling and control of multiple thermostats.

The UP32-IP supports auxiliary inputs and sensors. Picture a miniature building automation system in a thermostat. Each UP32-IP supports occupancy sensing, two (2) digital inputs for condensate switch, dirty filter or other fault condition, and an advanced remote sensor bus. The 3-wire remote sensor bus supports eleven (11) sensors with up to sixteen (16) alarms.

Both thermostat platforms support up to 4 email and text message destinations for sending reminders and condition alerts to both customer and service personnel. Simply enter the desired alert email addresses and phone numbers in the embedded secure email client. Critical Alerts can be repeated until the alert condition is corrected and reset. There are six (6) alert conditions for the RP32-IP and sixteen (16) alert conditions for the UP32-IP. The alerts include filter change reminders and a powerful Inefficient Equipment Run alert.

NetworkThermostat, in cooperation with Weatherbug®, incorporates the Weatherbug® weather monitoring platform in the thermostat providing the outside temperature (without a sensor), full current weather conditions and seven day forecast from the browser.

NetworkThermostat´s open API allows software developers and hardware integrators the ability to quickly and seamlessly integrate the thermostat into other systems. Multiple iPhone/iPad and Android based applications from third parties are also released.

Availability

The product is available through an ever-growing network of online retailers, HVAC distributors and contractors. Detailed information on this product, and NetworkThermostat´s industry leading network solutions can be found on the web at: http://www.networkthermostat.com , http://www.facebook.com/networkthermostat , email: sales(at)networkthermostat(dot)com , telephone: 866-563-0711

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