When it comes to energy-saving controls solutions, the available choices are geared towards large commercial applications or small, “light commercial”/residential needs. This means that the majority of light commercial type buildings have little to no choices regarding viable energy-saving controls. Light commercial buildings either have to take a solutions designed for a home ( which is inexpensive but also ineffective) or they had to pay for full DDC control systems (effective but very expensive).
Honeywell has now introduced the WebStat in order for light commercial building-owners to finally have a controls’ solution that is both effective and affordable!
In this video Stromquist & Company’s Steve Rybka introduces the Honeywell WebStat.
The WebStat is designed to control up to twenty roof top units anything less than three units and you are probably better off going with the Ecobee thermostat solution. There WebStat also allows easy programming of side loops to turn things like lights on and off. Steve will be coming back on Controltrends to show how easy it is to set up and program the Honeywell WebStat.
The control pros at Stromquist & Company have been very impressed with the WebStat and give it a 9 out of 10 rating.
If you have experience with the Honeywell WebStat we want to hear from you. Please tell us about your experience with the WebStat give it a rating between 1-10, with 10 being best and one being the WebStat is worse than the Minnesota Vikings this year.
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