Drayton RF601 Thermostat, White
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- Easy to use
- Tactile dial
- Digital display
- One button set-back function
- Min/max temperature setting
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The Digistat + RF is easy to use and install. It has a tactile dial and an easy-to-see digital display. It comes with a one button set-back function and a min/max temperature setting. They are supplied with instructions and the batteries required to function.
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1: The base unit does not fit a standard pattress wall box. When I rang them up, a (helpful) support engineer advised screwing directly to the wall (not feasible in my case) or making up a wooden surround.
2: There seems to be no way to check the current temp setting. It can only be reset by turning the dial clockwise (increase) or anticlockwise (decrease) after which the new set temp is displayed, and can then be reset to any desired value. After a short delay, the unit reverts to a display of current room temp.
3: The control unit is not designed either to stand up for remote viewing, or to lie flat on its back. It is intended to be screwed to the wall. There is little point in having a remote unit fixed to a wall.
4: If you can understand and use the "Preset Temperature Mode" , then perhaps you have better qualifications and experience than my physics degree and post-grad mathematics qualification, and my 40 years as a chartered electrical engineer.
5: Point 4 also applies to the manufacturer's instructions in general, which are neither logically ordered nor easily understood. The supplier has included "Quick RF Commissioning Guide" which is, I imagine, an attempt to simplify the pairing of the remote and base units. This works ok, but is no substitute for a proper comprehensible set of instructions.
6: Finally, it seems to me that, (as so often happens) in the effort to save the cost of a couple of buttons, the designers have created a unit which is awkward and inconvenient to set up and use.
The power for the receiver is taken from the power in to the boiler.
It's double insulated so no earth required.
Follow the commissioning instructions and your thermostat is working.
Otherwise works with set temperatures ie 15 degree or change manually to a temp or your choice by pressing the button. Not ideal
From package arriving to completed installation was only ten minutes.
If I'd read the instructions, it would've been five!
Cheaper here than B&Q and Screwfix.