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Controls

Programmers

digistat Programmers control the time that the heating and hot water switch on. Generally you should set the programmer to come on half an hour before you get up, and switch off half an hour before you go to bed. Most programmers allow several on/off settings a day, so you can set them to switch off if you are out during the day.
Click here to view detailed settings for the digistat rf2


TRVs

TRV Thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs) allow you to have different temperatures in each room, typically a bedroom would be set to 3 and a living room set to 5. The numbers on the dial represent the following temperatures:

1 = 11° C 2 = 13.5° C 3 = 16° C
4 = 18.5° C 5 = 21° C 6 = 23.5° C


Thermostats

thermostat

Boiler thermostat
This controls the temperature of the hot water supply to the radiators, and should be set to high in winter and low in summer.
Cylinder thermostat
This controls the temperature of the hot water taps and should be set to 60° C.
Room thermostat
This controls the temperature of the entire house, and should generally be set to 21° C for families with eldery or young members, and from 18°-21° C for everyone else.