Timeguard Plug-In Thermostat advice please...

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Found 31st Aug 2010
Hi.

Is this sort of thing suitable to plug an oil filled radiator into?

qvsdirect.com/Tim…tml

I'd want to set it to say turn on at 18c and off at 21c

Since we moved the little one into the attic conversion we're having trouble controlling the temperature up there - last night it was 24c when she went to bed but 15c in the night and she wakes up freezing

Cheers,
worto.

2 Comments

Looks just the job, assuming it will handle the full 13A that an oil filled radiator might need. There's no specifications at all on the website.

Original Poster

brill thanks for the reply - I'll have a look around for one that states it'll do 13A then.

Just wanted to make sure I was looking at the right sort of thing!

Cheers.

edit - found the spec on another site - looks like it'll do the job then - I'll just have a quick shop around for it.

Part No. ET05
Specification

Operating Voltage 230V AC
Switch Rating 230V AC 13A Resistive (3kW), Inductive 2A
Operating Temperature -10 to 40C
Temperature Range 0C to 35C (control)
Battery Factory fitted, rechargeable, 1000 hours back-up
Conforms to Directives 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC
Dimensions Width 60, Height 105, Depth 70
Edited by: "worto03" 31st Aug 2010
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