Danfoss Z-Wave Living Connect Thermostat (LC-13)

£59.99 inc.VAT | £49.99 ex.VAT

Battery-powered Thermostatic Radiator Valve (TRV). Controlled manually by the units buttons or remotely by a Z-Wave network controller.

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The Danfoss Z-Wave Living Connect Thermostat can be controlled by a Z-Wave network controller.

The battery-powered thermostat is easily fitted to most radiator types in just a few minutes, it can be controlled wirelessly via the Z-Wave network or manually using the unit’s three buttons.

The thermostat works by opening/closing its valve based on its Setpoint temperature. The Setpoint temperature can be set by the central controller via Z-Wave or manually by pressing the Up and Down buttons on the unit itself.

Note: The Danfoss Z-Wave Living Connect Thermostat cannot report its local temperature to the Z-Wave network, it only allows a one-way communication to change its setpoint.

This is the new 014G0013 version – it is based on the latest Z-Wave v4.5 SDK and features increased network stability.

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Features

  • Technology: Z-Wave (868.42MHz)
  • Z-Wave SDK: v4.5
  • Z-Wave Firmware: v1.00
  • Thermostat temperature range: 4 – 28°C
  • Control: The units Setpoint can be changed by the Z-Wave controller
  • Backlit LCD: displays temperature
  • 3-button operation: ‘+’ and ‘-‘ adjustment, inclusion and exclusion
  • Adapters: Supplied with RA and M30 x 1.5(K) valve adapters
  • Power: 2x AA batteries (1-year lifespan)
  • Dimensions: 91 (L) x 51mm (Dia)
  • Part Number: 014G0013

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