Most of the smart thermostats we’ve evaluated—from the likes of Nest, Honeywell, and Ecobee—are low-voltage devices designed for central HVAC systems (even if not every home has central air conditioning). The Sinopé TH1120RF Web Programmable Electric Heating Thermostat is designed for more specialized line-voltage heating systems: Electric baseboard, convector, and radiant (in the floor or ceiling) heaters.
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