Behavior of the heating control
In rooms without room thermostat - with one or more radiator thermostats:
- Radiator thermostats will automatically synchronize, i. the device that was not controlled assumes the target temperature of the controlled radiator thermostat.
- The individual radiator thermostats are controlled via the room temperature average of all radiator thermostats in the room.
- The values for temperature and humidity displayed under indoor climate are mean values of the radiator thermostats in the room.
In rooms with room thermostat - with one or more radiator thermostats:
- The room thermostat takes over the temperature control within a room (Master), this may cause, if e.g. a room thermostat and two heating thermostats are in one room, the temperatures of the heating thermostats can exceed the target temperature.
This behavior is normal and correct in this case as the heating thermostats are routed through the room thermostat. As long as the current temperature of the room thermostat is not equal to the target temperature, the heating thermostat will continue to heat.
- The target temperature, humidity as well as the current temperature of the room thermostat are displayed in the user interface under "Room climate", no mean value is generated.
- If several room thermostats are in a room, the room thermostat, which is the first to be integrated, takes the lead.