Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by BlueWRXPride, May 31, 2016.
I would start with their Geo-Pro system and work backwards.
To be honest, there isn't much discussion in the manuals on the remote indoor temperature sensor option other than showing where it is connected and how to set an offset for it. I couldn't find in any of the manuals where you can display the thermostat temperature and a remote indoor sensor temperature, so my assumption is that connection of a remote indoor temperature sensor overrides the built in temperature sensor in the thermostat. It might be prudent to confirm this with Climatemaster or just temporarily connect a remote indoor temperature sensor per the manual and see how it affects the thermostat indication and operation by artificially skewing the remote sensor ambient temperature, i.e. hit it with a hair dryer or ice cube.
Here is the link to the Climatemaster thermostat manuals: http://www.climatemaster.com/geothe...duct-literature/thermostats-service-tool-lit/
I did a little googling and found some more information on Climatemaster remote temperature sensors:
"When the sensor is used as a remote indoor temperature sensor, the internal sensor of the thermostat becomes inactive."
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