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Configure your thermostat
TH1300ZB

Learn how to customize your
smart Zigbee thermostat for electric floor heating

Configure your thermostat
TH1300ZB

Learn how to customize your
smart Zigbee thermostat for electric floor heating

paramètres
État du thermostat
Termpérature actuelle
Termpérature de consigne
Historique de consommation énergétique

Current temperature

The temperature detected by
the thermostat

Set temperature

The temperature you want to reach in the room. You can increase or decrease the setpoint by pressing the arrows.

Thermostat status

The graphic representation of the state of the thermostat. This is where you can see if the thermostat is currently heating up.

The thermometer level represents the heating period of the thermostat.

When the thermostat is not heating, the thermostat color changes to teal.

Thermostat settings

This is where you can customize and modify the different thermostat settings which are explained to you later.

Energy consumption history

The graphic representation of the state of the thermostat. This is where you can see if the thermostat is currently heating up.

The thermometer level represents the heating period of the thermostat.

When the thermostat is not heating, the thermostat color changes to teal.

THE SETTINGS​

Customize the thermostat display in Neviweb

When you have multiple thermostats in one location, it can be handy to rename your thermostat or assign it to a particular room.

This function can also be very useful if you use voice assistants like Google Assistant or Alexa.

To do this, you must access the thermostat settings by pressing the icon on the thermostat screen.

Display settings

Settings
Description
Name
Corresponds to the name that will be given to the device in Neviweb
Room
This selection allows devices to be grouped by room to facilitate identification and management
Add to favorite
Add this device to favorites accessible from the app dashboard

Customize the thermostat screen in Neviweb

It is also in the settings section that you can modify the information that appears on the thermostat screen as well as the backlight.

Several other configuration settings allow you to control actions that can be physically performed on the thermostat, such as locking the keypad and establishing maximum and minimum set points.

The connected load (in watts) detected by the thermostat is also displayed in the settings configuration section.

Configuration settings

Settings
Description
Options
Temperature format
Description

The temperature format displayed on the thermostat screen

Options
Celcius
Fahrenheit
Time format
Description

The time format featured on the thermostat display

Options
24h - 12h
Backlight
Description

Always ON:

The display backlight is always on, and its intensity adjusts according to the ambient light.

On Demand:

The backlight turns on when you press the thermostats buttons and turns off after 12 sec.

Options
Always ON
On Demand
Keypad
Description

Enables or disables the device’s buttons

Options
Unlocked
Locked
Max. Setpoint
Description

The maximum setpoint temperature available on the thermostat

Options
5 °C to 36 °C
36 °C default
Min. Setpoint
Description

The minimum setpoint temperature available on the thermostat

5 °C to 36 °C
5 °C default
Options
Load connected (watts)
Description

The power in watts of the electrical load connected to the device. This value is read automatically by the thermostat and is used to assess energy consumption.

Options

Customize advanced thermostat settings in Neviweb

Your thermostat allows you to choose the control mode and several advanced parameters such as the control of a 2nd stage of heating.

Advance settings

Settings
Description
Options
Control mode
Description

Control mode using floor or ambient temperature.

Options
Floor
Ambient
Floor default
Max. floor temperature
Description

The maximum floor temperature limit of the floor when in ambient control mode.

Options
OFF
5 °C to 36 °C
OFF default
Min. floor temperaure
Description

The minimum floor temperature limit when in ambient control mode.

Options
OFF
5 °C to 36 °C
OFF default
Ambient limit
Description

The maximum ambient temperature limit when in floor control mode.

Options
OFF
5 °C to 36 °C
OFF default
Probe type
Description

The floor sensor supplied with Neviweb compatible thermostats is 10 K Ω. If you are replacing a thermostat from another manufacturer, verify the value of the probe at 25 ° C. Our thermostats are compatible with 10 K Ω and 12 K Ω floor sensors at 25 ° C.

Options
OFF
5 °C to 36 °C
OFF default
Auxiliary output
Description

Expansion unit

When the electrical load exceeds the thermostat’s capacity, the auxiliary output allows you to add extra power to the system through a TR1310 expansion unit.

In ambient mode, the auxiliary output may be used as a second heating stage when the floor has reached its maximum temperature, and the setpoint cannot be reached with the floor only.

2nd stage really

When the auxiliary heater is controlled from an electromechanical relay or the auxiliary heat source is equipped with a fan.

2nd stage SSR

When the auxiliary heater is an electrical resistance (baseboard) and is controlled through an electronic relay (SSR).

Options
OFF
Expansion Unit
2nd Stage Relay
2nd Stage SSR
Aux. load connected (Watts)
Description

Enter the power in watts of the heater connected to the auxiliary output of the thermostat. The modified value is only used to calculate consumption statistics and does not affect the performance of the thermostat.

Options
Enter the connected load ​

Next step

You can now start programming your thermostat and create automations.

You will find below the most common issues you may encounter.

If you still need help, contact Sinopé technical support.

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