Technical data of the heating thermostat H3082:
Voltage: 230V AC. %0/60Hz Switching differential: +- 1 Degree Celsius
Load current: 3A/16A Ambient Temperature: -5 – 50 Degrees Celsius
Power consumption: <2VA Protective housing: IP20
Temperature setting range: 5-40 degrees Celsius housing material: Anti-flammable PC
Outer sensor: B=3950 10K@25 degrees Celsius Dimensions: (H/W/D): 86/86/41mm
What are the Heating Thermostat H3082 basic uses?:
Our Heating Thermostat H3082 can be used as a dual-purpose thermostat. IE: it can be set to function as an air or a probe thermostat. Furthermore, it is designed to be used with underfloor heating as an energy-saving device.
What is the difference between an air and a probe thermostat?
An Air thermostat:
This thermostat setting will read the ambient temperature of the room it is installed in. This is perfect for environments where you wish to control the actual air temperature and not the floor temperature of the area.
A probe thermostat:
This will read the actual floor temperature of the area where it is installed. Thus, it is ideal and recommended for laminated wooden flooring, screed and when the thermostat is installed outside of the area that it is reading. (for instance, in a bathroom scenario)
All our Heating Thermostat H3082 are made to be either surface or flush mount. Flush mount thermostats must be placed inside a 2×4 or 4×4 box, with direct lines from the D.B. board. Thus, in a 2×4 or 4×4 scenario, your electrician will need to chase a box into the wall with direct lines from the DB board. Surface mount thermostats use the wall plug. Thus, you do not need to chase into the walls.
Firstly, all of the thermostats that we stock and supply, are energy-saving. Secondly, they are designed to cost you less while running your heating.
Due to the fact that we stick to an international guideline of 1KW of heating per every 10/12 m2 room space, our heating is designed to never cost you a lot to run.
in conjunction with our energy-saving Heating Thermostat H3082, your heating will always be an economical product to use.
If you are planning to install a thermostat for your underfloor heating system, there are a few things to bear in mind. Firstly, make sure that your thermostat is compatible with your heating system. The thermostat can be either a wired or wireless model, but it is important to ensure that it is compatible with your flooring types, such as wood or tile.
Before the installation process begins, you must ensure that the surface of the wall where you plan to install the thermostat is smooth and clean. Also, make sure to check the wiring and voltage of your heating system to ensure that it is operating correctly. This step is crucial to avoid any damage or risk to your heating system and to ensure that the thermostat functions as intended.
Once you have confirmed that everything is in order, it is time to install the thermostat. Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer and make sure to test the controls and settings to ensure that everything is working correctly. Proper installation and testing of the thermostat will ensure that your underfloor heating system operates efficiently and provides comfortable heating for your home.
Our thermostats are not only the top of the range but also beautiful to look at.
Thus they will fit in perfectly with any home.