WNY wrote:Any digital thermostat would work. It's basically an off/on switch. I have a cheap LUX from ValuHomeCenter with my keystoker.
Seems to maintain a bit better, then if you want a setback (1 or 2 degrees only), you could set it up or down at certain times.
So any digital therm for like an oil furnace? I have digital therms for my electric baseboard heat and I don't think those would work for coal stove as they get wired direct to power, there are no batteries. I'm thinking about going digital, especially if it maintains better. I imagine they are more precise and sensitive to temp fluctuations than analogs?