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Temperature planning



I live in an apartment building with central heating with operating hours from 6 to 13 and from 16 to 22.
In my apartment there is one radiator per room equipped with a Fibaro Heat Controller and I can control just the radiators. 
According to your experience, which temperature is it  better to set in the program when the central heating is off? In particular I am in doubt about which temperature to set in the time slot 13:00 - 16:00.
My actual temperature scheme is:
-6:00-13:00: 21°C
-13:00-16:00: 20°C (central heating system is off)
-16:00-22:00: 21°C
-22:00-6:00: 18° C (central heating system is off)
Consider that I have a Home Center Lite 3 Gateway (sw version 5.130.64) plus three ZWave Fibaro Heat Controller (ZWave Type 3, version: 4.61) plus three external temperature sensors. Each external sensor is paired with a single heat controller and each heat controller (with its temperature sensor) is placed in a different room with a dedicated temperature schedule.
Thanks a lot for your help
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I think there is no reason to lower the temperature when the central heating system is off. You can leave it at 21 degrees all the time. It will not get to 21 degrees at night even if you set it for 24. Your programme is good for a central heating that is constantly on.

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