Auto heat/cool boost

Thermostat automatically lowers or raises temperature if temperature hasn't reached set temperature.
I.e if the AC is set at 22°c and the room temperature hasn't dropped to that temperature the thermostat will tell the AC to cool to chill lower than what's been set untill it gets to 22°c.
Therefore making the condenser work harder as a lot of ACs turn down before getting to temp and sitting just above temperature.
The setting could do the opposite in winter making the AC heat higher than temperature set untill it hits set temperature.
* setting can also keep demand higher or lower to keep it at temperature at set temperature
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