FAIG TS-3000 Programmable Digital Display Wireless Thermostat User Manual


FAIG TS-3000 Programmable Digital Display Wireless Thermostat



Modern programmable wireless thermostats like the FAIG TS-3000 are made to be as comfortable and energy-efficient as possible for their customers. The installation process is simplified by the TS-3000’s use of wireless technology, which eliminates the need for labor-intensive wiring. Real-time temperature readings, setpoints, and other crucial information are displayed on a clear digital screen. In order to maximize heating or cooling based on routines, users can create daily or weekly plans, providing comfort while preserving energy. The thermostat wirelessly links to heating or cooling systems, making installation simple and positioning flexible.
Some wireless thermostats allow users to make adjustments from anywhere with remote access via laptops or cell phones. Users can optimize their heating and cooling schedules to use less energy and pay less for their utilities. The thermostat is easy to set up and alter thanks to intuitive buttons and menu options. Since many wireless thermostats run on batteries, they can continue to function even when there is no power. The FAIG TS-3000 offers a blend of ease, contemporary design, and cutting-edge capabilities that cater to today’s tech-savvy homes, whether you want to upgrade your present thermostat or install a system in a new building.


Brand FAIG
Special Feature Programmable
Power Source Battery Powered
Voltage 230 Volts
Material Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
Shape Square
Control Type Button Control
Mounting Type Wall Mount
Backlight Yes

Product Overview


  1. Temperature Sensor
  2. LCD
  3. ON and OFF Button
  4. RESER Button
  5. Child Lock Button
  6. – and + Button
  7. Set Button
  8. Socket
  9. Battery Compartment
  10. Plug

Regarding this item

  • Widely used in wine cellars, cigar storage, pet keeping, reptile farming, greenhouses, mushroom houses, and other facilities.
  • High Accuracy: For heating and cooling, a high-accuracy sensor with a temperature alarm function can automatically determine the ambient temperature.
  • Smart Control: Ensure a comfortable temperature and conserve energy by automatically turning on and off the appliance plugged into the socket.
  • Better Design: Wireless design eliminates the need for installation, and simple programming facilitates adjustment and setting.
  • Clear Display: The LCD screen’s backlight allows for a clear viewing experience and makes it easier to convert between degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit.



How To Operate

  1. Powering On/Off: Most thermostats have a clear power or mode button that allows you to switch them on or off.
  2. Setting the Date/Time: Before programming, ensure that the current date and time are set correctly. There should be a settings or menu button that allows you to adjust these.
  3. Temperature Adjustment: Thermostats typically have up and down arrows or +/- buttons to adjust the current temperature setting.
  4. Programming Schedule:
    • Enter programming mode, often via a “Program” or “Set” button.
    • Select the day or time period you want to set (e.g., Monday morning).
    • Adjust the desired temperature for that period.
    • Move to the next time period (e.g., Monday afternoon) and set the temperature.
    • Repeat for all days and periods.
  5. Operating Modes: Many thermostats offer multiple modes, such as:
    • Heat: The thermostat controls the heating system.
    • Cool: The thermostat controls the cooling system.
    • Auto: The thermostat automatically decides whether to heat or cool based on the room temperature and the set temperature.
    • Off: The thermostat will not control the heating or cooling system.
    • Eco/Save: A mode that aims to conserve energy while maintaining comfort.
  6. Wireless Connectivity: If the thermostat is wireless, it might connect to a main HVAC control system or even a smartphone app. There should be an option in the menu/settings for connectivity.
  7. Overrides & Holds: You can manually override the programmed temperature, and some thermostats offer the option to hold this manual temperature for a specific duration or until you cancel it.
  8. Backlight/Display Settings: Some thermostats allow you to adjust the brightness of the display or the duration the backlight stays on after being touched.
  9. Batteries/Power: Ensure that the thermostat is adequately powered, either by direct wiring, batteries, or both. If battery-operated, check battery levels periodically.
  10. Locking/Unlocking: Some thermostats offer a locking feature to prevent unauthorized changes. This is often done by holding down a specific button or combination of buttons.


Q: What is the FAIG TS-3000?

A: The FAIG TS-3000 is a programmable digital wireless thermostat designed to regulate temperature in specific applications, offering remote temperature control.

Q: How does the wireless feature work?

A: Most wireless thermostats connect through radio frequencies (RF) or Wi-Fi, allowing for remote temperature adjustments.

Q: What is the range of the wireless connection?

A: Typical RF connections range between 30-100 meters in open areas, but the actual range can vary based on obstacles or interference.

Q: Can I program different temperatures for different times of the day?

A: Yes, programmable thermostats typically allow you to set different temperature profiles for various times and days.

Q: How is the temperature displayed?

A: Most digital thermostats, like the TS-3000, would have an LCD or LED display showing the current and set temperatures.

Q: How is the FAIG TS-3000 powered?

A: Wireless thermostats can be battery-powered, mains-powered, or a combination of both.

Q: Is there a mobile app or remote for temperature control?

A: Many wireless thermostats come with a dedicated remote or a mobile app for remote adjustments. Check the product specifications for exact details.

Q: Can I override the programmed temperature?

A: Yes, most programmable thermostats allow for manual adjustments, overriding the preset program temporarily.

Q: Is the TS-3000 compatible with various heating/cooling systems?

A: Most thermostats are designed to be compatible with a range of systems, but always check the product’s specifications.

Q: How accurate is the temperature sensor?

A: High-quality thermostats generally have an accuracy of ±1°C or better.

Q: Does the FAIG TS-3000 have any smart home integrations?

A: Some modern thermostats integrate with smart home platforms. Check the product details for specific integrations.

Q: Is installation DIY-friendly?

A: While many wireless thermostats are designed for easy installation, it’s often recommended to consult a professional for proper setup, especially for complex heating/cooling systems.

Q: Are there any energy-saving features?

A: Programmable thermostats can help save energy by ensuring optimal temperatures at the right times. Some models also offer eco-modes or learning capabilities.

Q: How do I reset the thermostat if it malfunctions?

A: Most thermostats will have a reset button or a specific procedure to restore default settings.

Q: Are software updates required for the FAIG TS-3000?

A: If the thermostat has smart features or app connectivity, occasional software updates might be necessary to improve functionality or security.


FAIG TS-3000 Programmable Digital Display Wireless Thermostat User Manual


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