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Affordable and Contemporary Heating Wall Control Unit



I am looking for a battery operated wall unit to control heating in rooms. All of the units I have found include a tonne of features I simply don't want and hence are all marketing for £100+ which is not practical when you want to buy 10+ units for an entire house.


All I need is something that is:


- z-wave compatible 

- shows the current temp and setpoint temp

- allows me to change the setpoint temp for a period of time


Any other feature would be nice to have including:


- able to control two zones from one panel e.g. bathroom towel rail (air temp) and underfloor heating (floor temp)

- able to control air con and heating from the same panel 


Does anyone know of any products out there for under £100 that will do this and that look reasonably slick?

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Hi Aleks,


You might consider the Devolo room control unit which provides exactly that (current temp, set-point), see

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. I recently bought one myself and seems to work well with HC2 (see also other post, search on Devolo).Only the scene/association button on the top does not seem to work.


It seems to be the same as the Danfoss room temperature controller (see  Danfoss Room Link Room Sensor), but maybe has a different firmware (have not tested the Danfoss one, not sure if it works on HCs).


The Devolo one is just under 100 euro.


Best, Rene.

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