Salus iT500BM Internet Thermostat - No Receiver



£81.00
Ex Tax: £67.50
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HCO Code: 13D13
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iT500BM Smartphone controlled thermostat

Can only be used with RXVBC605, RXWBC605, RXBC605, RXBC5V or LG+5V

Access and control your heating via the Internet
 

  • Compatible with your Smartphone, Tablet or PC
  • Your Smartphone, Tablet or PC connects to the system using your existing broadband connection
  • The internal system uses 868 MHz for robust communication
  • System is secure and energy efficient
  • The system is wireless so it’s easy to install
  • Internet control via Smartphone, Tablet or PC
  • Local over-rides
  • Wall or desk mounted thermostat
  • Touch controls on thermostat
  • Frequency 868 MHz
  • 5 Year Warranty

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Is the RXBC605 receiver compatible with a Baxi 80e?
Yes it is.
Hi, I have a salus 510 Rf. The problem is, the kids always switch the receiver from auto to manual and override the thermostat and the boiler working without of thermostat nonstop. Is this thermostat lockable, not to change anybody? Thanks.
Hi. Yes, it has a key lock.
Do you ship the salus IT500BM to Switzerland, and how match the costs for shipping?
Yes we do. Cost for one would be £14.50
Hi, will this work with a salus LG+ 5v receiver?
Hi. Yes it will.
Hi, I have a Salus RT510BC transmitter that has stopped working. Will this transmitter work with the Salus receiver installed in my boiler? Thank you for any help.
Hi. I'm afraid not. You will need the RXBC605 receiver.
Does it come with the gateway to access the internet?
Yes it does.
Hi ,can this replace an existing wired room stat without having to instal receiver on boiler etc eg can it work on its own Thanks
Hi. No it requires a Salus receiver.
Hi - I have an old Salus system installed but the unit has failed. I am looking to replace with this - The boiler is a Baxi with an RXBC605 receiver already installed. Can I just buy this and connect straight away? Thanks Andrew
Hi. Yes you can. It will bind to your existing receiver.

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