Heatit Z-Wave Underfloor Heating Thermostat - White
The Heatit thermostat is designed for use with underfloor heating systems, and allows you to control the floor heating set-point (and read back the floor temperature) with your Z-Wave smart home controller.
The thermostat is available in white and black, and comes complete with a 3M long floor temperature probe to register the floor temperature. There is the capability to add an additional thermostat input to the system, which can be used to measure room temperature or temperature in another area of the floor. Fitment wise, it's designed to fit as a flush mount fixture within a standard single wall/patress box.
The Heatit thermostat can control loads of up to 16A/3600W at 230V, so should be able to handle all major brand electronic underfloor heating systems on the market. If you do have a larger load to switch, you can use a contactor to control this load from the Heatit.
The thermostat is equipped with sensitive capacitive sense buttons. By lightly pressing the buttons, the display will show the set value. Heatit Z-Wave is equipped with a single-pole switch.
The thermostat has the capacity of up to 8 Z-Wave associations (relays, wall plugs etc.)
Display LED-display 3x 7-Seg 13.2mm CA white
Power supply 230V - 50/60Hz
Maximum load 16A (resistive)
Temperature range +5°C/+40°C
Displayed temperature -30°C …. 60°C
Floor min. limit 5°C (5°C…35°C)
Floor max. limit 35°C (5°C…35°C)
Air min. limit 5°C (5°C…40°C)
Air max. limit 35°C (5°C…40°C)
Regulator min. limit 0 (0…9)
CO set point 21°C (5°C…40°C)
ECO set point 18°C (5°C…40°C)
Power regulator P02 (P00…P10) cycle of 30 minutes
Temperature setback Adjustable within temperature range.
Temperature setback activation Pilot wire/Z-Wave user interface
IP class IP21
Standard Color White RAL 9003 – Black RAL 9011
Approvals CE – FIMKO - Z-Wave Plus
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Internal temp sensor doesn't work
Posted by Nick C on 5th Mar 2017
The device works fine - connected to by Fibaro HC2 no problem. But it's clear they messed up the internal temp sensor and they have disabled it as it gets confused with the heat created by the device. So, you have to use with an additional external temp sensor to make it work properly.