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Sunvic Sunstat RF Wireless Programmable Thermostat

Ex VAT: £70.37
HCO Code: 25E07
Availability:  In Stock

The SunStatRF is a wireless, battery powered  easy to programme and simple to use programmable room thermostat. The 4 daily, independent time and temperature pairs together with TPI controls electronics allows the user to experience a comfortable environment and maximise energy savings.

The SunStatRF is an ideal alternative to the TLX RFPv. The unit  is supplied complete with receiver, back-box, batteries & cradle (enabling the thermostat unit to be wall mounted or if preferred desk top mounted)

• Easy to programme – fewer installer call-backs
• Large clear display – ideal for visually impaired
• Intuitive screen icons – easy for users to understand
• 4 daily, independent time & temperature pairs – simple to use copy function
• TPI control electronics – saves up to 10% of energy costs
• Screen lock facility – protects against unauthorised changes
• Frost protection facility – protects building
• Volt free switching – ideal for combination boilers

Power Source (thermostat): 2 x 1.5V AA batteries(enclosed in pack)
Power Source (Receiver): 230v 50Hz Mains
Contact rating: 16(3)A / 230Vac~50Hz
Volt free: Yes
Size (Thermostat): 138 x 86 x 32mm
Size (Receiver): 88 x 88 x 49mm
Display temperature range 5°C - 45°C
Control temperature range 5°C - 45°C

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The wiring diagram for the Sunvic SunstatRF is completely useless. The terminals are numbered 1 to 5 with no explanation for terminals 3, 4 and 5. Terminals 1 and 2 are labelled for the Live and Neutral but what terminal do you connect the Switched live to? It has been suggested on the web that a link should be made between terminal 2 and 3 and the switched live connected to terminal 4. Can you point me in the right direction please
On a S-Plan or Y-Plan system, put a link between Live and 4. Terminal 3 goes to the motorised valve. On a combi boiler, do NOT put a link. Connect terminals 3 and 4 to the thermostat terminals on the boiler.
Is the wiring back to a contactor the same from the receiver as on the wired version of this thermostat? My customer has been told its not so gone for wired Sunstat but the wireless version meets her needs more appropriately.
It is the same, plus a live and neutral to power the receiver.
Friends, is it possible to setup completely independent daily programmes within two zones with this unit to cater for varied days? John.
This will only control one zone. You can set different times for each day of the week.
I need to support more than 1 receiver on the thermostat an you supply additional receivers on their own?
I'm afraid they are only sold in pairs.
I need a Receiver unit Battery powered. Where I have the wall mounted TLX 1009 does not have power and I need to install the Receiver in that same position. Can you supply a Sunstat RF Battery Operated ? Regards. Dennis
I'm afraid all receivers are mains powered. You will need to install the receiver next to your timer.
What is the max workable distance between stat and receiver?
It is 30m in open air. Walls and ceilings will reduce this depending on construction.

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