Your thermostat's different modes

The different modes of your thermostat for Wi-Fi and Mi-Wi protocols

Most Wi-Fi and Mi-Wi thermostats offer 4 different modes.



The automatic mode available with Wi-Fi and Mi-Wi devices allows the device to automatically change the set temperature or status according to the schedule that has been programmed.

If you modify the setpoint or the device’s status while a schedule is running, the programming will be temporarily bypassed (Auto Bypass). The programming will revert to the established schedule during the next scheduled period.

Wi-Fi and Mi-Wi devices must absolutely be in automatic mode for the scheduled times to run.


Manual mode allows you to manually control the room temperature via the Neviweb application or the device. Once the setpoint has been changed, it will remain the same until the user changes it again.

In addition, this mode disables the execution of schedules to keep only manual control. If you have set schedules and you in manual mode, be sure to switch to automatic mode for your schedules to be triggered.


The Standby mode is used to put the thermostat on standby when its use is no longer required, for example, in summer. When the thermostats are in Standby mode, the heating will not start regardless of the ambient temperature. The thermostat will display the time and room temperature only.

Frost Safe (Some Mi-Wi thermostats)

The Frost Safe mode changes the setpoint temperature to the minimum setpoint you have previously selected.

Note: Modes differ depending on the type of thermostat.

Zigbee protocol

Zigbee thermostats are in automatic mode by default. The device therefore automatically changes the setpoint temperature or the state according to the programming.