The Basic Controls offering features a line of thermostats designed to provide the most economical control solution when functionality is fairly standard and on-site changes are not anticipated. The basic thermostats are only available for the horizontal and vertical fan coil models as modulation of ECM speed is not supported by this offering.
Basic - RAB, RCC, RDF
The Basic series are standalone controlling thermostats for fan coils (excluding High Performance Fan Coils). All Basic thermostats provide manual three speed fan flow control to meet the occupants preferences.
The RAB series is a line supply solid state dial thermostat rated for 24 to 120V & 277V operation, which can be used to switch the motor speeds and drive an On/Off actuator of the same voltage. The RAB is available for controlling 2 pipe.
The RCC series is a 120 volt line supply dial thermostat with automatic heat cool change over. The RCC is able to drive an On/Off actuator of the same voltage and has increased functionality over the RAB series. These thermostats can be supplied with temperature sensors for heat cool change over or remote room temperature sensing. These thermostats can also be factory mounted to certain exposed fan coil models for applications where a remote thermostat is not required. The thermostats have four operating modes: Normal, Energy Saving, Frost Protection and Off. Energy Savings is triggered when the space is unoccupied, limiting the heating and cooling in the space regardless of where the user set-point is positioned. The Frost protection prevents an unoccupied space from freezing even if the fan switch has been left off.
The RDF series is a 24 volt supply, LCD thermostat with automatic heat cool change over. These thermostats can be used in conjunction with the Price fan control board (FC-PSC3) in order to adjust the fans speed. The RDF is able to drive an On/Off, floating point, or modulating actuator of the same voltage. These thermostats are supplied with an 8 ft long temperature sensor which can be used for heat cool change over or remote room temperature sensing. The thermostats have three operating modes: Normal, Economy, and standby. Economy mode maintains the relevant set-points of heating or cooling even when a window or other source of heat or cooling has been introduced. Standby mode maintains the relevant set-points of heating or cooling, provided those set-points have been adjusted in the parameters.