LUX Thermostat, 6.75" X 5.875" X 3.25" D, LUX Thermostat Locking Guard - Small
LUX Thermostats BB2001-005
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About the LUX Thermostats BB2001-005 Thermostat Locking Guard - Small, 6.75" X 5.875" X 3.25" D
It’s extremely important to have outstanding control over your home’s heating and cooling systems, but it’s just as important to make sure that your thermostat stays protected. The LUX Thermostats BB2001-005 (Small) Thermostat Locking Guard will give you that protection you’re looking for, whether it’s from people bumping into it or tampering with the settings that you want to maintain. The LUX BB2001-005 (Small) is particularly great for use in offices or rental properties, where a larger group of people is likely to want to fiddle with your settings.
The LUX BB2001-005 (Small) can be used with a wide variety of thermostat models. It is built to last, made of a durable plastic that will guard and protect your thermostat from all types of tampering. The guard comes with one key, so be sure not to lose it! Order yours today and give your thermostats the protection they need.
Inside dimensions are 5.75" wide x 5" tall x 2.75" deep.
• Fits a variety of thermostats
• Limits unwanted access
• One key included
• Tamper resistant
• Strong, durable plastic
• Model: BB2001-005
• Material: Plastic
• Dimensions: 6.75" (172mm) W x 5.875" (149mm) H x 3.25" (83mm) D
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Sku 980310 what are inside dimensions? Is it transparent? Is a ring baseplate available?
The Lux Thermostats BB2001-005 cis a crystal clear transparent cover made of heavy duty plastic, which has a mountable ring base which is screwed into a wall around your thermostat. The locking cover will keep your thermostats free from tampering or vandalism. The cover locks using a metal swivel bolt lock.
the inside dimensions of the Lux BB2001-005 are 5.75" wide x 5" tall x 2.75" deep and will fit the majority of Lux Thermostats.
A clear ring baseplate is included.
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