Thermostat T32P

T32P thermostat
The T32P programmable thermostat

The T-32-P universal thermostat is a perfect mix of estethics, intuitive operation and performance. The T-32-P is compatible with most residential and commercial HVAC systems, and is perfectly suitable for use with the ezeio Controller.

The ezeio controller can communicate with up to eight (8) thermostats connected via Modbus. While the T-32-P thermostat is capable of running standard weekly schedules independently, connecting it to the ezeio controller adds more scheduling features, remote access, logging and the ability to alterthe thermostat mode based on external input, such as motion detectors, remote commands via E-mail or web, or even weather forecasts.


• Manual or auto changeover
• Programmable or non-programmable
• Equipment compatibility
1 Heat / 1 Cool
2 Heat / 2 Cool
2 Heat / 1 Cool Heat Pump
3 Heat / 2 Cool Heat Pump
2 Heat / 1 Cool Dual Fuel
3 Heat / 2 Cool Dual Fuel
• Keyboard and/or setpoint locks
• Adaptive recovery (optimized start)
• Smart fan logic for commercial control
• Outdoor air temperature display
• 24 volts with non-volatile memory
• Large backlit display
• Fully supported by the ezeio Controller
• Optional remote sensor


Input voltage:
Relay rating:
Operating temperature:
Operating RH:
Storage temperature:
Display size:
Temperature sensor(s):
Stage delays:
Timed upstage:
Short cycle protection:
Cycle rate:
Display resolution:
Control range:
Outdoor temp display:
Back light:
Back light life:
Optimized Start/Stop:
Fan speeds:Approvals:
4” High x 4.375” Wide x 0.875” Deep
24VAC 50/60 Hz +/- 15%
24VAC @ 1 Amp maximum per relay
32° F to 122° F
0-95% (non-condensing)
32° F to 105° F
2.75” W x 1.875” H
+/- 0.3° @ 77° F
10K NTC type 3
Minimum change over time method
5 – 90 minutes
Off to 4 minutes
Unlimited, 30, 10 or 6 (installer set)
0.1° F
Off to 100° F
-20 – 140° F
Blue EL (Electro Luminescent)
3,000 hours to half brightness
Time vs. temp differential – updating
Modbus RTU
Difference between setpoint and
room temperature
FCC Part 15 (pending), C-tick