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Danfoss TPOne-M Wired Programmable Thermostat



£75.04
Ex VAT: £62.53
HCO Code: 06B18
Availability:  In Stock

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Replaces TP5000M, TP5000MSi, TP7000M, TP7001M, TP75M, TP9000, TP9

TPOne Programmable Room Thermostat platform delivers new levels of user friendly interaction. The flexible dot matrix display uses easy read icons and text information to provide feedback on status and settings to the installer and user. When the display is activated the backlight illuminates and guides are given on the what buttons will adjust temperatures or navigate the setting menus.

Chrono Proportional, Load Compensation control is the default heat regulation system that will deliver increased comfort and improved economy over standard on/off control. Standard On/Off can also be selected.

When chrono-proportional mode is set, the thermostat introduces a fixed cycle rate on the system and then determines the duration of the On and Off periods within each cycle in proportion to load.

The control algorithm used to determine the on/off periods uses a proportional + integral (PI) routine to eliminate offset normally associated with on/off or simple proportional control.

Chrono-proportional control significantly improves comfort and generally improves boiler efficiency by optimising water temperature.

For TPOne we have redesigned the heating startup options. Standard startup is default giving instant heat at the scheduled time. New dynamic Delayed and Optimised start features are also selectable. Delayed start will pause the heating startup at the scheduled time dependant on the difference between ambient and required temperature which will decrease energy usage. Optimised start will monitor the difference between ambient and required temperature and will calculate the best time to start heating to hit setpoint at the scheduled time.

Both features dynamically adjust according to performance accuracy each day to ensure most acurate control and remove the need for manual setting and adjustment.

Additional TPOne features include:

  • Seperate User & Installer Setting Menus
  • Holiday Scheduler
  • Upper and Lower Temperature Limits
  • Capacitive Touch Button Control
  • Push Button Lock
  • °C or °F Selectable Display
  • Audible Button Click (selectable)
  • Frost Protect Temperature Setting
  • Independant DHW Channel (Mains Variant only)
  • Clear Text Display (7 Languages)
  • External Sensor/Window Switch input
  • Boiler Service Timer

Switch Rating: 3A at 230Vac
Setting temperature range: 5-35 °C
Dimensions (mm): H66 x W155 x D30

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Will the Danfoss TPOne-M Wired Programmable Thermostat be a suitable replacement for an Eberle FR-E525 31 Type 515 1105 51?
The  Eberle FR-E525 31 was typically used with electric underfloor heating.  Unfortunately the TPOne-M is not suitable for electric underfloor.
Will Danfoss TP One-M connect to a Danfoss TP 102E7
As long as there is suitable wiring to the thermostat location. You will need to make a change on the backplate of the 102E7 so that it will only control the hot water. You will also need one or more motorised valves on the system.
Will the TP One-M replace a Randall TP5.
Only the TP5M. Not the battery powered TP5.
Will this replace a Honeywell T6360B 102 room thermostat. This has a line neutral and output wire. If so we're does the output wire connection fit on the new Danfoss unit ?
The output goes on the 'ON' or 'NO1' terminal. You will need to link 'L' and 'COM' to make it output 230v.
Is the delayed start adjustable? I would like to replace a Maclaren electro mechanical thermo-time regulator. This is fitted externally in a protected situation and is used to control my storage heaters. Programme 7C at 4am rising to 20C at 1 pm The mains supply to the heaters is on from 4 am to 2 pm, but is on 24 hours to the controller
No, it is dynamic and adjusts itself as it learns your system. For storage heaters you may need to switch via a relay, as this can switch up to 3 amps.
Slightly confused about the need for batteries - if it's hardwired to the mains. Sorry to ask what might be a silly question, but I am a home-owner (not a heating electrician) and want to make sure I am buying the right product before I actually purchase and get my electrician to fit. I am getting rid of a battery powered stat, as I spend long periods away and the batteries on current one leaked and corroded the unit. Hence my need to get hardwired, with no need to rely on batteries. Hope this question makes sense!
The battery is only used during a power cut to maintain time and programmed settings. It's built in, so it's not something you will ever have to change.
What is the country of manufacture of this product? I recall some of the Danfoss stuff is "made in UK", so was wondering if this model of thermostat is. Thanks
Yes, it is made in the UK.
Does the service interval facility stop the boiler from working if it is not serviced - just like the Danfoss TS715Si ?
You can choose one of 5 restrictions when setting it up: 1 - Warning Only - visual and audible warnings only, no reduction of heat. 2 - Heat 45min/hr - visual and audible warnings with reduction of heat to 45 minutes per hour. 3 - Heat 30min/hr - visual and audible warnings with reduction of heat to 30 minutes per hour. 4 - Heat 15min/hr - visual and audible warnings with reduction of heat to 15 minutes per hour. 5 - No Heating - visual and audible warnings with no heating.

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