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August 11, 2011
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Honeywell introduced the TB7200, TB7300, and TB7600 BACnet® and ZigBee® wireless mesh communicating thermostats for use with Honeywell’s WEBs-AX™ building automation systems.

 “The new TB wireless communication thermostats allow facility managers to maintain and view their thermostats from one central location,” said Dave Molin, general manager, Honeywell Building Control Systems.

The TB7200, TB7300 and TB7600 include models for rooftop units, heat pump and zoning applications, as well as hotel and commercial fan coil applications.  In addition, the thermostats are menu driven and have an LCD backlit display, which make them easy to set-up and integrate with WEBs-AX.Additional features include:

•    An integrated advanced occupancy functionality with PIR models; all models are PIR ready with the addition of the occupancy sensor cover.
•    A comprehensive scheduling feature that allows for the ability to remotely monitor controllers.
•    A multitude of configurable control sequences for faster installer set-up.
•    A Multi-function auxiliary output.
The TB7200, TB7300 and TB7600 help building managers control energy costs and contribute to our planet’s environmental efforts. Honeywell continues to lead the way toward helping the world become more energy-efficient and sustainable with superior products that allow customers to save energy while saving on the bottom line.

For more information on the TB7200, TB7300 and TB7600 wireless communicating thermostats, visit or call 1-800-466-3993.
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