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Simplified Instructions for flush-mounted timer-thermostat 16575-16576
Simplified Instructions for flush-mounted timer-thermostat 20446-14445
Simplified Instructions for flush-mounted timer-thermostat 20445-14445
Simplified Instructions for wall mounted timer-thermostat 01910
You can't find the timer-thermostat 16577 and 16577.B in the catalogue?
You can't find the timer-thermostat 16578 and 16758.B in the catalogue?
Does the 01941 GSM communicator have backup power in the event of a power failure?
Can I control the timer-thermostat/thermostat with the 01942 GSM communicator?
The thermostat does not display the icon for the recognition of the bidirectional RF base.
I can't remotely turn off the timer connected via cable to the GSM communicator (no RF system).
I'm not getting SMS confirmation when I attempt to control or query the system.
In the event of a fault or malfunction, what is the first test to be performed?
Do I lose my configuration if I remove power to a device?
What should I pay particular attention to when I am configuring the system?
In case of low signal, can I improve the signal on unidirectional RF actuators 01923 and 01924?
Can a timer-thermostat 01910 with RF base 01930 manage an RF actuator 01923 or 01924?
Can I integrate a 01915 thermostat in a bidirectional system?
Can I manage unidirectional devices with the 01931 interface?
Can I use the 01933 and 01934 two-way RF actuators in place of the 01923 or 01924 1-way RF actuators without using the 01930 2-way RF base?
With 2 01910 timer-thermostats, if I choose the unidirectional RF control, which additional devices would I need?
How many 01910 timer-thermostats can I control via telephone through a 01491 GSM communicator equipped with an 01931 RF communication interface?
Can I control a single 01923 or 01924 RF actuator with multiple 01910 timer-thermostats?
Can I control multiple 01923 or 01924 RF actuators with an 01910 timer-thermostat?
Are low battery levels on the RF base signalled?
Is an antenna required on the 01923-01924 RF actuator/receiver?
What is the coverage between timer-thermostat and an 01923-01924 RF actuator/receiver?
When should I use the bidirectional system rather than the unidirectional system?
When should I use the RF system to control a boiler?