I want to install a room stat into the new house. I am ok with simple
wiring, but wouldn't particulary want to run long wires to the room with the
stat, so a wireless one seems like a good idea. Are they any good? My
thoughts on things like wireless alarms and wireless doorbell are that they
are not that brilliant.
I am looking at the CM67 - RF from Honeywell
ostats_by_Honeywell_1184.html as I really like the idea of having the house
warm up by a given time rather than coming on at a set time. The house can
get chilly sometimes and quite warm at others, this would be a good feature.
Has anyone tried one of these and have any views?
I have the non-RF version that works very well.
As regards the RF side of things I have an RF cylinder-stat that works just
Check-out these guys as well.
I have had excellent service in the past
We have a non-optimising CM67RF in our church and it works well - it
replaced another make, whose name temporarily escapes me, which had the
unfortunate habit of dropping the radio contact and not restoring it:
bad news in a church when you walk in at 1010 and it's stone cold.
At home I've got a non-RF optimising CM67 but I've just killed the
optimising bit (it's an installer-configurable setting). It was
probably doing what it claimed but I would find the heating running
when IMO it was unnecessary: for me, if I walk in and the rads are warm
and the temperature is increasing I don't really care whether it is 17
or 21. YMMV: as the optimising versions are only a few pounds more and
(as I have done) you can kill it later, give it a go.
Tony Bryer SDA UK 'Software to build on' http://www.sda.co.uk
Free SEDBUK boiler database browser http://www.sda.co.uk/qsedbuk.htm
On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 21:39:46 GMT, Mike Hibbert wrote:
Quite happy with my Danfoss TP75 RF. It has lost communication a
couple of times in several years but changing the battery cures that.
Not that the LO BATT indicator was on mind...
The TP75 (I think now superceeded by the TP7000 series, check the
Danfoss site where you can get installtion and user manuals) has this
feature "optimised start" I think they call it. Works well here with a
heating system that has a long (90mins) lead time, in a modern well
insulated house that takes less than 30mins to warm up from say 15C it
might not be so important.
Dave. pam is missing e-mail
My experience when living in a flat with one was good, it was
controlling a combi boiler. And what I miss now is the ability to set
desired temperatures for time of day. I am still trying to find
something I can use with my new system. Not sure what the make was,
but boiler was in roof space of an abedeen tenemant (top floor flat).
On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 21:39:46 GMT, "Mike Hibbert"
I fitted on a year ago to a combi boiler in a flat.
Its been very good and packed with more features than the user can get to
grips with :-)
Doddle to fit.
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