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Modern thermostat designs often require:
- Accurate measurement of room temperature despite localized heat generation.
- Multiple power rails and requirement of high efficiency to reduce localized heat.
- Replace electromechanical relay with solid state relays to eliminate clicking noise.
- Intuitive HMI design within space constraints.
- Integrated wireless security.
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