Q: What is the max pre heat time on optimum start
A: It is 120 minutes.
Q: I have a programmable 2 wire installation thermostat will this replace or could you recommend a replacement
A: Yes it will.
I have a Danfoss TP 7001M in an apartment. Heating and hot water is supplied by a Heat Interface Unit. I would like to be able to turn the heating on and off via WiFi (ie remotely). I do not need to control individual rads. Hot water is basically supplied via the HIU instantaneously from a common supply.
Can you recommend a system that would replace the Danfoss thermostat please ? Hive etc ??
A: I would recommend the Siemens RDS110. It will connect to the existing TP7001 wiring.
Q: 1. I have individual room TP4000 Danfoss wired thermostats. Each has two AA batteries. Can I swap them for Danfoss TP7001 battery thermostats?
2. Does Danfoss provide Z-wave room thermostats that would provide the same functionality? Which control unit would be recommended?
A: 1. Yes they will connect to the same 2 wires.
2. I'm afraid not.
Q: I have Basic Danfoss Thermostats for underfloor and bedroom radiators. It looks like an RMT model.
I really want timers for each zone in the house. Would changing to TP7001 be straightforward?
A: Yes. You will need to isolate the neutral wire, and connect the remaining two wires to the TP7001.
Q: Is the TP7001 compatible with the RX1 receiver? If so, is it easy to pair the new thermostat with the old RX1?
A: I'm afraid not. It is a wired thermostat.
Q: I have a tp5000 si at the moment -am I right to say I could replace this to tp7001 to take advantage of the backlight without adding any extra wiring.
A: Yes, it will connect to the same 2 wires.
Q: I have a robus thermostat (just a basic dial on the wall) and wanted to be able to just leave the heating on constant on the main control and use this to control everything. However I opened up the robus and there seem to be about 5 wires coming in rather than the two other people have mentioned... does this mean I need a different type of thermostat? If yes, what type would you recommend? Thanks in advance and sorry if this is a daft question!
A: No, you will just need to isolate the neutral and earth wires.
Q: Hi -will this work to replace a 2 wire 240 v thermostat, if I leave the main programme set to "on" all the time for the boiler?
A: Yes it will. Yes, you will need to set the programmer to be "on" all the time to allow the TP7001 to take control.
Q: I have a Honeywell CM907 fitted just over 2 years ago. Lately the display has been breaking up and research seems to indicate this is a familiar problem with this thermostat. The Danfoss TP7001 appears to be some peoples preferred alternative. Can I simply swap one for the other?
BTW, the Download for the TP7001 manual on this page doesn't seem to be working.
A: Yes, it will connect to the same two wires.
Q: Will this work on my new heatline capriz plus 28.
A: Yes it will.
Q: I have an SuPrima Potterton boiler (ground floor) connected to a BoilerMate 2000 (first floor). In the hallway (ground floor) I have a very simple Potterton controls to set the temperature in the whole house. Can this replace the Potterton control so I can program the temperature setting to vary during the day?
If so, should it be the mains TP7001M version?
A: Yes it can. There is no need to install the mains powered one unless required.
Q: Hi, does this simply just replace an old room stat with 2 wires? Live & switch line? Can you run it in line with a potterton controller?
A: Yes it will connect to the same 2 wires. You will need to switch the heating side to constant to allow the TP7001 to take control.
Q: will this work to replace a hard wired three wire old temp dial thermostat.
A: Only if you have a fully pumped system. You will need to isolate the neutral wire.