thermostats prevent renters from setting the
temperature too high or too low. It does this
by allowing you to set a maximum heat and minimum
cool temperature. The tenants can then adjust
the thermostat but can not set it higher than
the maximum or lower then the minimum.
most owners will set the maximum heat temperature
to 72 degrees. With this setting a tenant will
only be able to raise the heat to 72. If they
try to raise it higher, the thermostat will
provide a unique "Tamper Warning"
Label System, that let's the tenant know what
the maximum allowable temperature is and warns
them of forfeiting their security deposit if
they tamper with the unit.