The electronic on/off and programmable thermostats used for ComfortTile® and other Warmzone® floor warming systems are designed to control electric radiant heating for maximum comfort and minimum power consumption. Depending on your preferances, the system temperature is controlled by an external (ambient) or built-in (floor) sensor.
By installing a radiant floor warming system, you turn a small investment into real cost-savings, not to mention increasing the value of your home. With radiant heated floors, you can lower room temperatures by a few degrees yet still enjoy the same level of comfort as a room with a higher temperature setting (that doesn't have a floor warming system). To learn more about the many radiant floor heating systems available to you, call Warmzone today at 888-488-9276.
The Warmzone ComfortTile electronic thermostats are specifically designed to control electric radiant floor heating systems for maximum comfort and minimum power consumption. Developed for the modern home, the programmable thermostat features a large back-lit display and simple user interface. The system temperature is controlled by an external or built-in sensor.
The TOUCH thermostat and TOUCH thermostat with WIFI capability features an easy-to-use interface with an installation wizard that simplifies the install. Some of the floor heating thermostat's features include:
The custom app (iPhone and Android)
provides a variety of system controls.
3½-inch color screen with easy interactive touch control.
Easy scheduling method and even easier on the fly changes.
Power consumption is saved in detail to your user account.
Thermostat settings can be exported to web page for technical support.
Universal compatibility with existing floor heating sensors.
Suitable for tile, stone, laminate, concrete and wooden floor.
5 year battery backup of clock and calendar.
QR code support (patent pending).
Sleek, attractive design that is easy to use (patent pending).
Supported languages: US English, Canadian French, Mexican Spanish.
Three control modes:
Ambient temperature with floor protection
Floor temperature with floor protection
Ambient temperature without floor protection (regulator mode w/o sensor).
Two date formats: mmddyyyy, ddmmyyyy.
Two time formats: 24 hours, 12 hours.
For more details about Warmzone's radiant floor heating system controls and thermostat options, please call us today, at 888-488-9276.
The installation wizard serves as your convenient guide to assist you in setting up your floor heating system's thermostat. The thermostat’s default setting is for ambient temperature control with floor temperature protection. The included floor sensor can be replaced with any floor sensor with a setting to make the necessary adjustments. The floor protection includes settings for laminate, wood, tile, and concrete, or allows you to select the maximum temperature setting. Whether you prefer the heating to start at a specific time or you want the floor to be warm by a specific time ― or however you want to configure your floor heating schedule ― simply follow the wizard.
Each Warmzone floor heating thermostat includes an integrated Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI, Class A). The floor heating thermostat is an electronic on/off thermostat for controlling temperature by means of a sensor placed externally. The heat output is switched on and off with a difference of only 0.7°F (0.4°C).
The thermostat can be configured for control of floor temperature and regulator without sensor. It is compatible with existing floor sensors by means of a temperature setting, making it the best thermostat for renovation purposes.
Designed for ease of use and superior performance, the thermostat and GFCI are dual voltage models suitable for 120/240V, 50/60 Hz power supplies.
Warmzone floor heating system thermostats are among the industry's finest. For details, please contact a radiant floor heating system expert today, at 888-488-9276. We'll be happy to go over the different control options and answer any questions you may have.
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