The installation of our thermostats must be done by an authorised and qualified installer in accordance with IEE 17th Edition wiring regulations and the installation must conform to Part P of the Building Regulations 2005. When installing a thermostat, please refer to the specific thermostat installation guide.
When mounting a thermostat, please pay attention to the details below:
- Place the thermostat at a suitable height on the wall, usually at the same height as light switches
- The thermostat should not be placed on the wall in WC, bathrooms, shower rooms, en-suites or wet rooms. Place it in an adjacent room, and always place the thermostat according to local regulation on IP classes
- DO NOT place the thermostat on the inner side of an exterior wall
- Always install the thermostat at least 50cm from windows and doors
- DO NOT place the thermostat in a way that it will be exposed to direct sunlight
- A floor sensor enables accurate temperature control and should be used in all electric floor heating applications, particularly under wooden floors to reduce the risk of over-heating the floor
IMPORTANT: When the thermostat is used to control a floor heating element in connection with a wooden floor or similar material, the maximum temperature should not be set to more than 35°C.