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The ‘set back’ temperature (the target when the programme is inactive) seems to be fixed at 5 degrees less than the ‘Comfort’ temperature (the target when programme is active). If a relatively high value is selected for the times when I want the floor to be heated it means that the floor is also heating when I don’t want it to (i.e. 5 degrees less than ‘Comfort’). I see how to change the ‘Comfort’ temperature in the device menu, but see no means of changing the ‘fall-back’ temperature – please advise.
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Posted by Cliff
Asked on 9th October 2019 2:49 pm
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Hi there, it can be altered in advanced functions but we don't recommend it as having it 5 degrees lower then the comfort temperature allows for more efficient heating as less energy is required by the system to heat the floor to the target temperature when its 5 degrees lower. And as it requires less energy its a lower running cost. Changing the setback temperature could mean a higher running cost on your behalf.
(Lawrence(Klima) at 9th October 2019 2:59 pm)
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Hi there, it can be altered in advanced functions but we don't recommend it as having it 5 degrees lower then the comfort temperature allows for more efficient heating as less energy is required by the system to heat the floor to the target temperature when its 5 degrees lower. And as it requires less energy its a lower running cost. Changing the setback temperature could mean a higher running cost on your behalf.

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Posted by Lawrence (klima)
Answered on 10th October 2019 10:16 am
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