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    Manufacturer: Heatit

    HEATIT Z-TRM2fx

    €129.00 excl tax
    The Heatit Z-TRM2fx is our newest thermostat, packed with innovative features. The thermostat works both with traditional electrical floor heating and hydronic systems. The thermostat gives you exact temperature measurements in your house, in order for you to monitor your house status while you are away.
    SKU: ZWHEA Z-TRM2fx
    • Floor sensor
    • External room sensor (connected by cable)
    • Temperature limiter
    • Weekly program/setback via gateway or pilot wire
    • Multilevel sensor command class
    • Firmware updates (OTA)
    • Power metering
    • LED-diode
    • Can be used in connection with different NTC-sensors
    • Lock mode/child lock
    • Calibration
    • 5 associations
    • Supports encryption mode: S0, S2 Authenticated Class, S2 Unauthenticated Class

    Technical details

    Protocol: Z-Wave 868,4 MHz
    SDK: 6.71.03
    Chip: Z-Wave 500 chip
    Rated voltage: 230V 50/60Hz
    Max load: 2900W (resistive load), 750W self-limiting heating cable
    Max current: 13A
    Power consumption: <2,0W
    Min/max installation temp: -20°C – 40°C
    Min/max operating temp: 5°C – 40°C
    Temperature intervals Floor sensor: 5°C – 40°C. External room sensor 5°C – 40°C
    Hysteresis: 0,3°C – 3,0°C (default 0,5°C)
    Switch: Single-pole switch
    Included in package: Floor sensor, Art. no. 54 301 07
    Compatible with NTC sensors with values: 10, 12, 15, 22, 33 and 47 kΩ @ 25°C
    IP Class: IP 21
    Approvals: Z-Wave Plus, CE, EN 60730-1, EN 60730-2-9, EMC 2014/30/EU, RoHS 2011/65/EU, LVD 2014/35/EU
    Terminal: Use 1,5mm² or 2,5mm² according to load.

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    • Floor sensor
    • External room sensor (connected by cable)
    • Temperature limiter
    • Weekly program/setback via gateway or pilot wire
    • Multilevel sensor command class
    • Firmware updates (OTA)
    • Power metering
    • LED-diode
    • Can be used in connection with different NTC-sensors
    • Lock mode/child lock
    • Calibration
    • 5 associations
    • Supports encryption mode: S0, S2 Authenticated Class, S2 Unauthenticated Class

    Technical details

    Protocol: Z-Wave 868,4 MHz
    SDK: 6.71.03
    Chip: Z-Wave 500 chip
    Rated voltage: 230V 50/60Hz
    Max load: 2900W (resistive load), 750W self-limiting heating cable
    Max current: 13A
    Power consumption: <2,0W
    Min/max installation temp: -20°C – 40°C
    Min/max operating temp: 5°C – 40°C
    Temperature intervals Floor sensor: 5°C – 40°C. External room sensor 5°C – 40°C
    Hysteresis: 0,3°C – 3,0°C (default 0,5°C)
    Switch: Single-pole switch
    Included in package: Floor sensor, Art. no. 54 301 07
    Compatible with NTC sensors with values: 10, 12, 15, 22, 33 and 47 kΩ @ 25°C
    IP Class: IP 21
    Approvals: Z-Wave Plus, CE, EN 60730-1, EN 60730-2-9, EMC 2014/30/EU, RoHS 2011/65/EU, LVD 2014/35/EU
    Terminal: Use 1,5mm² or 2,5mm² according to load.

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