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Old 09-08-2020, 07:22 PM   #1
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My new Emerson thermostat has a setting for cooling cycles.short med and long. How is this accomplish ed
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Some stats cycle based on swing, so if you have a setting of 70, on a 71 and off at 69.

Better ones use an algorithm and monitor rate of temperature change and the setting determines target cycles per hour - they don't just use swing.



Don't know about emerson - probably fixed swing.
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Manual says heat cycle rate, slow, medium, fast with no explanation. I don't know what to tell you - you would call have contact emerson support or something to find out.
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