I've seen one of these in B&Q for £29.98 when I was looking at getting a
digital thermostat. From what I can find on Sunvic's website, the list
price is £40+
It appears to do 7 day programming (rather than 5/2), with 6
periods/programs for each day.
This seems to do everything I need it to, however it also mentions it can
replace a programmer (as well as doing a job of a thermostat). I take it
that you could use it as a very basic programmer if you wanted.
I just want to replace my normal analogue twiddly knob thermostat which goes
to an old Baxi wall mounted boiler with an oldish digital programmer (EP2001
I've seen some thermostats/programmers which talk about 'volt free'
contacts. Are these low voltage contacts as opposed to mains fed ones?
Basically, is the Sunvic TLX6501 going to do the job I want (7 days, 6
periods per day) with my programmer etc. It looks like it just takes a L/N
connection, and is suitable for up to 6A (which my current one has 6(2.5)A
stamped on it). I think its suitable.
BTW - I've downloaded the manuals from the Sunvic website - and I'm looking
through them now.