Mitsubishi remote thermostat and warranty
I have been lurking for awhile, as I usually find my answers through searches, but having a new Mitsubishi Hyper Heat system installed, I thought of a question for which I can’t find an answer.
I had it installed by a Diamond contractor (primarily for the warranty coverage aspects), and the inside units have the usual handheld remotes.
I have read of the advantages of the remote thermostats (MHK1), and will keep it in mind if I experience the “radical” fluctuations caused by relying on the internal temp sensors. It has occurred to me, though, that if I install the system myself (it seems pretty easy – I work with electronic circuits all the time as a hobby – BUT, will installing it myself void the warranty on the system that I took great pains/cost to install? I’m not so much concerned about any warranty on the thermostat.
My second question revolves around the thermostat itself. Mitsubishi calls the communication system “Redlink.” I notice that there are other Redlink ‘branded’ systems, most notably Honeywell. Additionally, the thermostat even looks the same (but much cheaper).
Is the Honeywell Redlink system compatible / the same as the Mitsubishi system?
Thanks for any advice / experience!
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