It's a garden variety 1 heat / 1 cool stat and your likely replacing a mechanical one for the programability. It's not a heat pump stat.
It's likely fossil fuel (oil, gas, propane). This is not compatible with totally electric heat.
The universal designation seemed to allow fossil fuel, electric and heat pump configurations.
The common wire (C) is not run, although it can be found at the furnace. C is necessary to power the new non-mechanical stats. There is something called "power-stealing" that exists on some new stats.
Thais basically means some stats will be off limits (require C), unless another wire is run. There are commercial add-on's which will allow sharing of wires, so a 4 wires can act as 5.
Totally battery powered stats MUST have good batteries in order to function, otherwise stats have batteries because of short power failures. Most will put most settings into non-volitle RAM.
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uses only 3 wires, but the connections occur in the EIM (Equipment Interface Module) mounted at the furnace.
The White-Rodgers 1H/!C model will be the easiest to set up. Without a C terminal connected, make sure you have fresh batteries available in the middle of winter.
Only real question to answer:
Do you have electric or fossil fuel?