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An occupancy thermostat is a type of thermostat that senses the presence or absence of people in a room and adjusts the temperature accordingly.

Here's how it works: When someone enters the room, the thermostat detects their presence and sets the temperature to a comfortable level. Once the room is empty, it automatically lowers the temperature to a more energy-efficient setting.

By using an OT thermostat, you can avoid wasting energy by keeping unoccupied rooms at unnecessary high temperatures. This not only saves on heating or cooling costs but also reduces the environmental impact.

In addition to saving energy, OT thermostats can also provide added comfort by ensuring the temperature is always optimized for the occupants. They can be programmed to accommodate different schedules and preferences, further enhancing energy efficiency.

If you're looking to save energy and make your home or building more sustainable, an OT thermostat is a great option to consider. Do you have any specific questions about installing or using an OT thermostat? I'd be happy to help! 

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