Economiser Wireless Programmable Thermostat

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A receiver unit (shown right) fixes to the wall at skirting board level. Separate electronics mean extra reliability and a super-fast fix in the event of a fault.

 

Whether you have just one room, an apartment, a house or an office, you can easily create simple heating zones by adding a wireless programmable thermostat.

A heating zone is an area that is heated individually by a single radiator or multiple radiators, and controlled centrally with this thermostat.

Within the zone, the radiators operate simultaneously to a single set of time and temperature settings.

The heating zone can be a single room, or a group of adjoining rooms.

Choose an option below that best matches your requirement

I need a simple Economiser Radiator that just plugs-in. I want simple manual control without programming.

logo-smallThe simple Dial control option is the one for you. No wiring is required – just put it on the wall and plug it in. This option is great if you want a high-quality radiator that’s very easy for anybody to use.

dial rounded 1The easily understandable numbered dial is recessed into the side of the radiator. Find a setting that’s comfortable and that’s it!

The built-in temperature sensor down at the floor level monitors your room temperature. When the green light comes on, the radiator stops drawing power and continues emitting retained warmth.

I need an Economiser Radiator that just plugs-in. I want programming.

logo-smallThe Integral Programmer is a great choice. No wiring is required – just put it on the wall and plug it in. This option is great for any room and allows individual control and programming over each radiator – at the radiator.

The back-lit LCD display is easy to read and allows for full 7-day programming. The control is mounted in the side of the radiator in a vented panel, so the operating temperature remains cool.Integral programmer tool tip

The built-in temperature sensor down at the floor level monitors your room temperature. When the green light comes on, the radiator stops drawing power and continues emitting retained warmth.

I need to heat a single room, a studio flat, or an open-plan area

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Our most popular control option is the Integral Programmer.

I need to heat an apartment

logo-smallIntegral Programmer is the control option that we usually recommend. Set the radiators for your Economy temperature and Comfort temperature, enter your timings, job done.

I need to heat bedrooms only

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We suggest going for Vantage Radiators. Bedrooms are usually held at 16-18 degrees c. At these lower temperatures, there is often little benefit in installing the German-made Economiser Radiators, which offer slightly increased comfort levels, which are usually only noticeable in larger or colder areas that require 20 degrees c or more.

I need to heat a whole house

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Depending on the size and configuration of the property, and your personal preferences, you could use any of our three control options.

In it’s most basic form, a two-storey home heating system could be zoned with two wireless programmable thermostats.

 

Remember, you can locate a wireless programmable thermostat almost anywhere as it doesn’t require a mains power supply. Moving the thermostat around before fixing it permanently can help in balancing the system, to achieve a consistent temperature throughout the heating zone.

The Integral Programmer option is often used throughout – giving full programmable control over each radiator. The Simple Dial Control option is great when simplicity is required.

I need to heat an office

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Depending on the size and configuration of the office space, there are a few options. If the office is relatively small, and open-plan, then you need just one wireless programmable thermostat. If the offices are separated with internal walls, you should choose a wireless programmable thermostat for each room. If the space is a large open-plan office, you may prefer to divide the space into heating zones by adding more wireless programmable thermostats. This helps to create a more comfortable working environment, and prevents unoccupied areas from being heated.

I have a larger project and need some advice

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We’re happy to help.  If you have scale floor plans, please email them to us and we will work from these. We can provide a free specification to include our recommendations on the control system.

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