The T6360 is a mains voltage Room Thermostat designed to give automatic temperature control of domestic wet central heating systems. It can be used to directly switch a circulating pump or boiler, or to operate spring return and motor open/motor close zone valves"
The L641 is a water temperature thermostat designed for surface mounting on domestic hot water cylinders, it is supplied complete with mounting strap for rapid and easy installation, so draining of the system or tapping the cylinder is not necessary."
A cylinder thermostat switches on and off the heat supply from the boiler to the hot-water cylinder, it works by sensing the temperature of the water inside the cylinder, switching on the water heating when the temperature falls below the thermostat setting, and switching it off once this set temperature has been reached."
The Nest Thermostat E is designed with proven energy-saving features. There's nothing to program – it's all set with a simple schedule that's easy to adjust. It turns itself down when you leave, so you're not heating an empty home. And it's easy to control. Just change the temperature with the Nest app or tell your home assistant to do it for you. With its built-in stand, you can put the Nest Thermostat E on a sideboard, table or desk in the room that matters most. The frosted display shows you the temperature when you're close to it and disappears when you walk away. And it's easy to install yourself."
Honeywell single zone room thermostat is an attractive wireless room thermostat. This simple to use room thermostat will make the connected home more affordable. Add to this the ability to make the room thermostat operate as a programmable thermostat and it will become the control of choice for many installations.
The 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat is slimmer, sleeker and even more beautiful. With a bigger, sharper display and Far sight, you can see the time or the temperature you've set from across the room. And now it even controls your hot water tank. The Nest Thermostat learns the temperature you like, then programs itself. It uses built-in sensors to confirm no one's home and It knows how long it takes to heat your home so you're comfortable when you get there. When you leave, it turns itself down so you save energy. And you can check your Energy History with the Nest App to see how much you've saved."