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XL802 Home Thermostat

Thermostats and Controls
Manufactured by Trane

XL802 Home Thermostat
This digital programmable thermostat by Trane puts comfort in your control. Compatible with up to three stages of heating and two stages of cooling, this home digital thermostat will keep your home comfortable day in and day out.

OPTIMIZED COMFORT CONTROL

Flexible comfort control

Set your home thermostat for seven-day programming you can copy, 24-hour programming or manual operation.

Reliable operation

This digital, programmable thermostat not only remembers your programming commands, but it also has a real-time clock that changes for Daylight Savings Time automatically.

Memory capabilities

Able to remember your programming functions, you can set it once and let this home digital thermostat remember how you like the comfort set in your home.


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*Ingersoll Rand Marketing Insights, Trane Claim Consumer Survey, October 2016.
** Trane received the highest numerical score in United States in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2016 America’s Most TrustedTM Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) System study. Study based on 17,878 surveys among residential consumers. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed between January and December 2015. For details see www.lifestoryresearch.com.