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Replacing your current thermostat with a new ADT smart thermostat gives you greater control of your energy. Wherever you happen to be you can remotely adjust, automate, schedule and monitor your home’s temperature with your smart device or computer. The thermostat can use either battery power, be connected to an AC outlet or draw power from your HVAC system.

Turn Your Phone into a Remote for Your Thermostat

  • Set up schedules to automatically adjust your home’s temperature

  • Keep your pets comfortable when you’re away using your phone to adjust the temperature

  • Get alerts if your home’s temperature drops too low so you can prevent frozen pipes

Many Modes, One Touch

Create custom settings like At Work, At Home and On Vacation, and your system responds automatically. Set your home’s temperature, have lights turn on and off randomly, and arm your system – all with a single touch.

The ADT Thermostat Offers
These Additional Features

Easy on the Eyes

An adjustable white backlight makes for easier readability.

Simple Setup

The ADT Thermostat easily syncs to the Pulse network.

Wide Compatibility

It works with most standard HVAC systems and heat pumps.

Z-Wave Compatible

Integrate the thermostat with other smart devices and expand your home automation.

Professional Installation

Out expert technicians will replace your old thermostat and make sure your new one is working properly.


Dimensions (W x H x D)
5.75” x 4.5” x 1” (146 x 114 x 25 mm)
1 lb. (453 g)
Fixed 128-segment, 2.75" x 1.5" (69.8 x 38.1mm)
White, controllable, on, off, timeout
Four (4) with dynamic on-screen labels
Temperature Ranges
Min / max set points: 33°F to 112°F (0.5°C to 44°C)
Operating temperature range: 32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
Storage Temperature Range: -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Power Requirements
Powered by battery (2 or 4 AA cells) or from 24VAC HVAC power.
24V operation requires both 24VAC (R) and 24VAC Common (C) wires from the HVAC system.
Wiring Requirements
18 AWG - Uses standard thermostat connections
(C, R, W1, W2, Y1, Y2, G, B or O)
Thermostat Output Terminals
18 – 30 VAC, 1 A max
Heating/Cooling Systems
Central HVAC systems or separate heating/cooling systems with separate RH/RC transformers (split)
Standard Gas/Electric
2-stage heating, 2-stage cooling
Heat Pump HVAC Systems
3-stage heating, 2-stage cooling
Fan System
Selectable for gas or electric heat systems
Heat Pump Changeover Valve
(Reversing Valve)
Selectable for changeover with heat or changeover with cool (“O” or “B” output)
Emergency Heat
In Heat pump mode, Emergency Heat mode is selectable from the thermostat
Short cycle protection delay of up to 6 minutes (adjustable)
Heating and Cooling Changeover
Automatic or Manual
WIBTZW011 / 9372A-TBZ48
*Equipment my vary in appearance.