We have a number of electric floor heating thermostats available. Here are a few questions you should answer to better determine the best model for you.
All of our electric floor thermostats are capable of switching up to 16A. You should check the total load of your floor heating system to ensure you do not overload the thermostat.
More than 16A? You would need to use a contactor to switch the load.
1. Are you replacing an existing thermostat? If you are, then you should check the specification of the floor sensor installed. This should be available from the existing thermostat manufacturer or included in the thermostat manual. You should check it matches our probe specification, the specification is available here.
2. Do you want to use a wireless air sensor or include a wireless window/door switch? This means you can monitor the temperature at a different place in your room than where the thermostat is installed. The window/door switch will turn off your heating when its open.
3. Don't need a wireless sensor or window/door switch? The our Slimline-e is our most popular model.
4. Want App Control If you want app control, the neoKit-e is your option. The kit includes a neoStat-e thermostat and neoHub.