Z-Wave Connected Radiator LC-13
The Danfoss Connected Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV) are Z-Wave stand-alone, programmable radiator thermostats. TRVs enable you to set a comfortable temperature for each room but it’s a chore manually turning them up and down every day. With the Danfoss TRVs connected to the nCube smart hub, you can set a comfortable heating schedule for each room in your home through the nCube app.
Automations you can do
Things you can do with the Danfoss TRV and nCube
Energy SavingUsed in conjunction with a door/window sensor, you can set the Danfoss TRVs to automatically switch off whenever the window is opened to save energy heating that room.
Warm roomUsed in conjunction with a door/window sensor, you can set the Danfoss TRVs to automatically set the heat to a comfortable temperature whenever there is someone in the room.
Warm Welcome HomeYou can set the Danfoss TRVs to automatically set the heat to a comfortable temperature whenever you arrive home or at a specific time of the day.
Room Heating ControlYou can also set the Danfoss TRVs to a different temperature in each room and at a specific time and day.
And Many more....
Product Overview- Thermostatic Radiator Valve (TRV) that can be controlled by a Z-Wave network controller.
- Easily fitted to most radiator types
- Can be controlled wirelessly via the Z-Wave network or manually using the unit's three buttons.
Technical Specification- Technology: Z-Wave (868.42MHz)
- Z-Wave SDK: v4.5
- Thermostat temperature range: 4 - 28°C
- Control: The units Setpoint can be changed by the Z-Wave controller
- Backlit LCD: displays temperature
- 3-button operation: '+' and '-' adjustment, inclusion and exclusion
- Adapters: Supplied with RA and M30 x 1.5(K) valve adapters
- Power: 2x AA batteries (1-year lifespan)
- Dimensions: 91 (L) x 51mm (Dia)
- Part Number: 014G0013
What’s in the box- Pre-mounted adapter for Danfoss RA valves,
- Two alkaline AA batteries,
- 2 mm Allen key
- Quick Guide in languages English, German, Danish, Dutch, French, Polish, Swedish and Finnish.