Siemens RDJ100-RF Easy-to-Use Wireless Programmable Thermostat
The RDJ100RF/SET, comprises of 1 RDJ100RF (transmitter) and 1 RCR100/433 (receiver), is
used to control the room temperature in heating (or cooling) systems.
Programmable, for heating (or cooling) systems
- Operating modes: Automatic, Comfort, Energy Saving, and Frost Protection
- Large LCD display
- RDJ100RF, transmitter, battery powered
- RCR100/433, receiver, mains powered
- Communication of the set is bonded ex factory
- Two-position controller with TPI (PID) response
- Wall mount or table stand
- Set point 5-30C
- 8(3)A volt-free contacts
- Receiver 104x84x32 mm HxWxD
- Transmitter 120x90x26.9 mm HxWxD
The digital display shows the actual room temperature, the current ON / OFF time number and the symbol of the operating mode which is currently active. When the heating output is active, the triangle symbol appears.
Yes. You don't have to change the receiver, however it is a good idea as they have improved them.
You can use it with with your existing receiver.
Yes, it will be a direct replacement.
Yes it is.
Only later versions of the Greenstar 2000 are compatible with non-Worcester controls. The earlier versions can only be used with Worcester controls.
It does not have a manual mode. You can manually change it between permanent comfort mode and permanent energy saving mode with the switch on the left.
It will connect to the same 4 wires. So is a fairly simple job.
A) I'm afraid not B) Yes it is C) Yes it does so you can,
It is a pack of both items. However you can bind the new thermostat to your existing receiver.
Hi. The RDJ100 is a wired thermostat. You need the RDJ100-RF
Hi. Yes, just link live to common on the receiver.
Yes, just turn the dial to the desired temperature. It will revert back to programmed settings as the next program.
If you have the RDH100-RF or RDH10-RF then you can use your existing receiver. If you have any other model, then you will need to change the receiver.
It sounds like it would be suitable for you. The receiver will connect to the same 4 wires, so a simple swap.
No. All wireless receivers are mains powered. You will need to install the receiver next to the boiler or wiring centre (depending on your system).