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Computerized Thermostat Will Save You Money
You'll like this new micro-computer thermostat, from MicroComm Corp., of Burnsville, Minn. that automatically adjusts your furnace's output to your time schedule.
"The Energy Watch can be programme&in seconds with as many as 4 heating temperatures and times by just punching in the correct figures," says company president, Ed Lambert. "It'll turn down your furnace at times when you don't need as much heat, such as at bedtime, and turn it up to normal again when you do.
"You can install the Energy Watch yourself in about 15 minutes. Just remove the old thermostat and wire this one in its place. It installs in standard, low-voltage (24-volt) systems and is also designed to work with central air conditioning."
Lambert calculates that the Energy Watch will pay for itself in about two months with the money saved on heating expenses alone. It also qualifies for a 15% energy-saving tax credit from the federal government. Sells for $79.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Ed Lambert, MicroComm Corp. ,1407 E. Cliff Rd., Burnsville, Minn. 55337 (ph 612 941-2774)

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