Siemens RDE10 Programmable thermostat £15 + £6.75 delivery @ HAV (H&V) - HotUKDeals
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Reduced from £35.

Product code: RDE10
Manufacturer: Siemens

RDE..-the temperature controller that allows you to set the ideal room temperature at the time you want. There are several switching patterns available that can be set to your specific needs.
Simply 7 day programming, Multiple on/offs, Temperature range 5 to 25deg C,
Switching 24-250V, mains operated.
Digital Display, Programmable away from back plate, includes set back facility and frost protection.
Only 13 LEFT, at this special price.
Save fuel costs, reduce CO2 emmissons and improve comfort by replacing your old thermostat.

Excellent price for a 7 day stat.
NOTE: This unit unlike many others doesn't use batteries, & is powered from the mains, but does require a neutral connection.
Direct link http://www.hav.co.uk/products/shw-detail.asp?pid=13007&cid=938
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1 Like #1
Good product and price. HOT (hopefully).
#2
Why cold votes? Try finding a 7 day stat for this price anywhere!
#3
It's actually £21.75 with delivery so £15 price is misleading.
1 Like #4
Title states delivery price. You may want to order more than one, or order other items, so stating the price + delivery isn't misleading. Many deals are posted in this format.

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Jan 05, 2011 11:13
4 Likes #5
I especially like how when you click on 'enlarge' on their website, a pop-up window appears with a smaller picture of the stat.

nice.
banned#6
Cheers. Just what I was planning to install. Saved me few quid.
#7
SO can this just replace a simple rotary dial thermostat then? Will this work even if my boiler has all of the progams etc on it?
2 Likes #8
mminghella
SO can this just replace a simple rotary dial thermostat then? Will this work even if my boiler has all of the progams etc on it?
Yes, just leave the boiler programmer set to on. The main thing is to check that your existing thermostat has a neutral connection.
2 Likes #9
You will need three wires, ie a neutral to power the thing up. A lot of simple thermostats are simply switches and only have two wires.
Check what you have before you buy.
#10
Derek & col, thanks a lot
#11
Might get one
#12
Just received mine & fitted it, very happy. Anyone need any pointers just ask.
banned#13
Derek_Duval
Just received mine & fitted it, very happy. Anyone need any pointers just ask.
How many variations can you make to the daily settings? For example, can you set 3 or 4 different temperatures at 3 or 4 time slots throughout a 24 hour period? Say 16 degrees during 11.00 PM to 4.00 AM. 18 degrees from 4.00 AM to 6.0 AM. 21 degrees from 6.00 AM to 9.00 AM. 18 degrees from 9.00 AM to 11.00 PM.
Thanks
#14
see ms like a nifty device!! Need to check my wall stat before buying, its possibly knackered anyway, it never 'clicks' off... any plumbers on here that would say that means its not working?
#15
banerama
Derek_Duval
Just received mine & fitted it, very happy. Anyone need any pointers just ask.
How many variations can you make to the daily settings? For example, can you set 3 or 4 different temperatures at 3 or 4 time slots throughout a 24 hour period? Say 16 degrees during 11.00 PM to 4.00 AM. 18 degrees from 4.00 AM to 6.0 AM. 21 degrees from 6.00 AM to 9.00 AM. 18 degrees from 9.00 AM to 11.00 PM.Thanks
There are 2 temperature settings, a low & a high. Each day is split into 24 1HR slots. Low or high temperature can be selected for each slot, each day can be programmed different. The high & low temperatures can easily be changed, As there are only 2 temperature settings, it wouldn't be possable to use 3 temperatures (16,18 &21)

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Jan 05, 2011 15:47: added info
banned 1 Like #16
Derek_Duval
banerama
Derek_Duval
Just received mine & fitted it, very happy. Anyone need any pointers just ask.
How many variations can you make to the daily settings? For example, can you set 3 or 4 different temperatures at 3 or 4 time slots throughout a 24 hour period? Say 16 degrees during 11.00 PM to 4.00 AM. 18 degrees from 4.00 AM to 6.0 AM. 21 degrees from 6.00 AM to 9.00 AM. 18 degrees from 9.00 AM to 11.00 PM.Thanks
There are 2 temperature settings, a low & a high. Each day is split into 24 1HR slots. Low or high temperature can be selected for each slot, each day can be programmed different. The high & low temperatures can easily be changed, As there are only 2 temperature settings, it wouldn't be possable to use 3 temperatures (16,18 &21)

Thanks for that.
#17
We just have a bog standard thermostat with I believe only two wires. Does that mean we can't fit this?
#18
A good find - just what I was looking for too

That is great information Derek_Duval Thanks for that
#19
RedOnRed
We just have a bog standard thermostat with I believe only two wires. Does that mean we can't fit this?
If there's only 2 wires (no neutral), then no, this can't be fitted. I would check first though, I only had a bog standard thermostat & that had a neutral connection.
#20
Derek_Duval
RedOnRed
We just have a bog standard thermostat with I believe only two wires. Does that mean we can't fit this?

If there's only 2 wires (no neutral), then no, this can't be fitted. I would check first though, I only had a bog standard thermostat & that had a neutral connection.


I've just downloaded the product PDF and i'm sure that it says on page 7/8 that it only requires 2 wires?

Also found this which sort of indicates that it only needs two wires.

Edited By: RedOnRed on Jan 05, 2011 16:31
#21
Blimey what luck our old stat is playing up, just checked and we have 3 wires, thanks OP
#22
Just seen that this is the mains powered version. Good price, but its huge in comparison to a normal stat.

Edited By: jazid on Jan 05, 2011 16:37
#23
RedOnRed
Derek_Duval
RedOnRed
We just have a bog standard thermostat with I believe only two wires. Does that mean we can't fit this?
If there's only 2 wires (no neutral), then no, this can't be fitted. I would check first though, I only had a bog standard thermostat & that had a neutral connection.
I've just downloaded the product PDF and i'm sure that it says on page 7/8 that it only requires 2 wires?Also found this which sort of indicates that it only needs two wires.
The manual is for 2 versions, this the RDE10 & the battery version RDE10.1. The battery version only requires 2 wires, but this version requires 3.
#24
Any comments on these regarding noise? I have 2 digistat +3 that need replacing because they make a very loud click (you've got to hear them to believe it) everytime they turn the boiler on or off.
#25
There's only been 13 left for a long time.
Even though I and several others have ordered one.
#26
jazid
NOTE: This unit unlike many others doesn't use batteries, & is powered from the mains, but does require a neutral connection.
How can you tell this from the little information on the site?
I agree, so I first looked at other websites & downloaded the manual. I can also now confirm this as I've had mine delivered & have installed it.

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Jan 05, 2011 16:38
1 Like #27
ehten
Any comments on these regarding noise? I have 2 digistat +3 that need replacing because they make a very loud click (you've got to hear them to believe it) everytime they turn the boiler on or off.
Just tried mine, yes it clicks on changeover, but I wouldn't say it's loud, & definitely not very loud!
#28
hasn't got 'optimum start' as far as i can tell (correct me if I'm wrong).
optimum start means that you set the temperature at a time eg. 21c at 7AM and it will intelligently work out (after a bit of learning) what time to turn the heating on. Saves money in the summer and means you wake up to warmth in the winter.

Personally I think this is a feature worth paying £20 more for though voted hot.

Edited By: NiceButDim on Jan 05, 2011 16:48
#29
I stand corrected, inspite what I mentioned earlier. As confirmed by Siemens themselves...if you only have two wires then you need the RDE 10.1 battery powered version which is going on the site for £36.46..
#30
This is steal we had one for years and it just WORK!!!
#31
Hi Guys

I want one of these also. Just Checked my stat. I have 4 wires. 1 X Red (live) 1 x Blue (Neutral) 1 x yellow / green (earth) and then 1 x Just yellow ?. It is called Call? Any idea idea on what this wire is ? is it the 2nd neutral

Chris
#32
onelove
Hi Guys

I want one of these also. Just Checked my stat. I have 4 wires. 1 X Red (live) 1 x Blue (Neutral) 1 x yellow / green (earth) and then 1 x Just yellow ?. It is called Call? Any idea idea on what this wire is ? is it the 2nd neutral

Chris


Siemens tech support is on 0870 8500184 and they will be able to advise. I think they're open from 9 - 5pm though.
#33
Gone for this. Must have been more than 13 ordered now?
#34
Thanks Much Appreciated

:p
RedOnRed
onelove
Hi Guys

I want one of these also. Just Checked my stat. I have 4 wires. 1 X Red (live) 1 x Blue (Neutral) 1 x yellow / green (earth) and then 1 x Just yellow ?. It is called Call? Any idea idea on what this wire is ? is it the 2nd neutral

Chris


Siemens tech support is on 0870 8500184 and they will be able to advise. I think they're open from 9 - 5pm though.
#35
:p Just Ordered myself one
#36
Great deal - I am going to check my wiring and buy one of these if it will fit. Thanks OP - heat added
#37
onelove
Hi GuysI want one of these also. Just Checked my stat. I have 4 wires. 1 X Red (live) 1 x Blue (Neutral) 1 x yellow / green (earth) and then 1 x Just yellow ?. It is called Call? Any idea idea on what this wire is ? is it the 2nd neutralChris
Here's how I wired mine
Red (Live) to L & Q11 (I connected the live to L & made a wire link between L & Q11 with 1mm solid core cable)
Blue (Neutral) to N
Yellow (Call for heat) to Q14
Yellow/Green (Earth) Terminated via a terminal block

Double check your wiring though, as there is a chance it may differ from mine, & always isolate power first!


Edited By: Derek_Duval on Jan 05, 2011 17:48
#38
RedOnRed
Derek_Duval
RedOnRed
We just have a bog standard thermostat with I believe only two wires. Does that mean we can't fit this?

If there's only 2 wires (no neutral), then no, this can't be fitted. I would check first though, I only had a bog standard thermostat & that had a neutral connection.


I've just downloaded the product PDF and i'm sure that it says on page 7/8 that it only requires 2 wires?

Also found this which sort of indicates that it only needs two wires.
Are you looking at the diagram for the RDE10.1 - the battery operated version? That shows only 2 wires to the device, but the diagram on the left for the RDE10 distinctly shows a neutral wire.

Edited By: pete_l on Jan 05, 2011 17:47
#39
I've got a 7 day/3period timer controlling the boiler so am i correct in thinking this will not be much use to me really.

What would be more useful is thermostatic radiator valves so you can control the temp in all the rooms, not just the one the thermostat is in.
#40
Hi

Can someone please confirm that this has an advance setting and if the unit will store the program information longer than 3mins as mentioned in the event of a power failure?

Thanks

B

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