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Drayton Digistat SCR Receiver

Ex VAT: £39.99
HCO Code: 23A06
Availability:  In Stock

Replacement receiver for Drayton RF wireless thermostats.

This was re-badged by British Gas and sold as a WR1

Please click here for important information regarding compatibility with older ACL Drayton RF units

Drayton Part Number: 22149 (previously 22133)

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It says that this Drayton item replaces the British Gas WR1 SCR receiver. I have a working WR1 receiver for my room thermostat and a “faulty” British Gas WR2 receiver for the hot water cylinder thermostat. Will this Drayton Digistat SCR Receiver replace the faulty WR2 receiver without conflicting with the wireless signal that is being sent to my existing WR1 receiver? Thanks.
I'm afraid not. You will need the receiver from the Drayton Digistat+C RF.
My red light has started blinking .isthere any batteries to replace this fault? Every thing else seems to be working ok hoping you can resolve this problem.thanking you f lancaster
The blinking light means it has lost communication with the thermostat. Check the thermostat and re-commision them as per the instructions.
Hi. Will this replace the Digistat +C SCR? Thanks, Gary
Hi. Yes it will.
Hi The timed function on my RF3. has stopped working. The continuous night and day functions work fine. as are the battery's. Is there anything i can do at my end or does it need replacing. Best regards Brian Gibson
Hi. You may need to reset it. You can give techincal a call on 08457 678999 to talk you through it.
hi can you tell me if a drayton receiver will replace my british gas wr1 receiver that is working with a rc plus thermostat?? also will it just plug and play into the existing connections on the backplate? thanks
Yes it will. It is the same item, it just has a different name on the front.
will this replace my dud same-looking receiver used with +1rf are the fitting indtructions clear thx
Yes, it would. There is a Youtube video available if you have problems, but its a straightforward install.
I have a +3RF and it is the receiver that no longer works. If you undo the two screws the unit just lifts off the backplate. My question is that I know this receiver unit has been rebranded a fair bit and will any of the units work on the wired backplate, ie will the unit I get be guaranteed to work just by plugging on the front fascia with the existing backplate?
Yes it will plug onto the existing backplate. So you will not need to do any wiring. You will just then need to commission the thermostat to the new receiver,
red light sometimes flashes is there any batteres need replaceing in this unit
Not in the SCR, just the wireless thermostat.
Hi. The red light on my drayton digistat scr receiver is on constant. I have re commissioned the unit, but still the red light is constant. Does this mean its faulty. Thanks
It does sound like it needs replacing.
Hello I have no lights on my receiver, I have power going to the unit. Do you think the receiver is faulty. Regards.
Yes it sounds like your receiver is faulty.
hi just want to check that this will work with my digistat + rf thanks
Yes it will.
I have a digitstat + 3 rf. The remote control seems fine but the receiver is faulty. Can I just Replace the receiver without buying a new remote unit? Would the receiver need to be paired to my current remote in some way? Thanks, Zac
Yes you can. You will need to bind it to the new receiver, but this is easy and instructions are included.
Will this work with digistat +2RF? Also my current Drayton digistat SCR isn't showing any lights (I have checked we do have power) Does this mean that the unit has failed? I have also run through the reset protocol and no joy.
Yes it will work with the Digistat +2RF.
Please can you tell me why the red receive/alarm light is flashing on my Iflo digital receiver. Best regards Martin Taylor
It means it has lost communication with the thermostat. You will need to re-commission it.

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