Namron Zigbee Touch Thermostat

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The thermostat must be installed by an authorised installer. The voltage to the thermostat must always be disconnected during installation.

When the thermostat is connected according to the manufacturer's user manual, the thermostat can be included in the Futurehome Smarthub.

Inclusion

To add the device, the Smarthub must be put in inclusion mode.

  1. Open the app → settings → devices → add device → Zigbee → start.

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  2. Put the thermostat in inclusion mode by holding the down button for 8 seconds. (Zigbee icon flashes on the thermostat)

When the thermostat is found in the app, press "Ok, done!". The device is now at the bottom of your device list. Press on it → settings → give it a name, a function, and a room.

Exclusion

Go to settings → devices → find the device in the list → settings → delete.

Configuration

The thermostat has two temperature sensors, an internal room sensor, and a floor sensor. By default, it is set to the room sensor. The thermostat also has regulator mode. This means that you don’t need a temperature sensor since the device runs on power cycles - x time on - x time off.

  1. Enter the settings menu on the thermostat by holding the up and down arrows simultaneously for 5 seconds. Setting 01 is the mode setting (regulator or thermostat). Setting 03 is the sensor choice when in thermostat mode.

  2. Setting 01:
    0 = power regulator
    1 = thermostat

  3. Setting 03:

    0 = internal room sensor
    1 = external/floor sensor
    2 = max guard*

  4. Confirm by holding the M button.

    *The maximum guard uses the room sensor as a temperature sensor but will cut off the heat if the floor sensor reaches 27 degrees. This is suitable for wooden floors that don’t tolerate high heat.

Power regulator

You can also change the mode on the device in the Futurehome app. Enter settings → devices → the thermostat → settings → Power regulator settings.

Active this function and press “save”. After 3 seconds, the duty cycle will appear.

Duty cycle is the interval for the on-off cycle within this time frame. E.g. you have 30 min as duty cycle and set the regulator to 50%. This will leave the regulator on heat for the first 15 minutes and off for the last 15 minutes. If you set it to 30% the regulator will heat for 9 minutes and be off for the remaining 21 minutes.

Known limitations

  • 1% error per step. 5% on the regulator is 6% in the app. This will continue for each step, meaning that 90% on the regulator will show 100% in the app. 
  • When in regulator mode, the device is not available in modes, shortcuts or automations.
  • Usually when used as a regulator, the device is mounted outside the room it controls. The internal temperature sensor will show the temperature in the room outside of where it is set in the app. This will result in the temperature outside the room being shown inside the room, in the app. 

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