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Hi
I am planning on installing two UFH mats,
One 9m2 the other 6m2, i have the one controller, (living room / dining room)
Is it ok to put both mats into the one controller?
 
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mattg4321

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Depends what the total load is and the rating of the controller surely?

Are you an Electrician Mark?
 
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No not an electrician by trade
The mats are 150w

The controller says
Voltage : AC230V
Setting range: 5℃~50℃
Limitation range: 4℃-99℃
Switch differential: 0.5℃
Protective housing: IP20
Housing material: anti-flammable PC
Floor sensor: rubber-thermoplastic NTC sensor,cable length is 3m
CE Certificated
 

mattg4321

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If you're not an electrician and clearly you are struggling with this I'd strongly advise you get an electrician to connect this for you.
 
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Found this

FH-300 Thermostat

Voltage
AC230V
Power consumption
2W
Setting range
5℃~50℃ (factory setting: 5℃~35℃)
Limitation range
4℃~99℃ (factory setting: 28℃~32℃)
Switching Differential
±0.5K
Ambient Temperature
-5℃~50℃
Protective Housing
IP20
Housing Material
Self-extinguishing PC
Floor Sensor
Rubber-thermoplastic NTC sensor, Cable length is 3m
Current
16A Resistive
Temperature Limit Option
Yes
Keypad Lock
Yes
 

mattg4321

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Theres no way each mat is 150w. They are different sizes for a start.

If there was a total load of 300w over an area of 15m2 it wouldn't be getting very warm at all.

Like I said before, get someone who knows what they are doing. I suspect I'm banging my head against a brick wall here though.
 

Charlie_

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Theres no way each mat is 150w. They are different sizes for a start.

If there was a total load of 300w over an area of 15m2 it wouldn't be getting very warm at all.

Like I said before, get someone who knows what they are doing. I suspect I'm banging my head against a brick wall here though.
Or a nice warm floor perhaps :tearsofjoy:
 
Theres no way each mat is 150w. They are different sizes for a start.

If there was a total load of 300w over an area of 15m2 it wouldn't be getting very warm at all.

Like I said before, get someone who knows what they are doing. I suspect I'm banging my head against a brick wall here though.
He means 150w per metre
 

telectrix

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so total load will be 2250watts. most stats should handle this, but should only fit 1 floor sensor, . if 2 are fitted, they will conflict.
 
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Ok so i have pulled the wire i had in my wall from my last thermostat,
(replaced with a nest 12v)

I am going to wire up my new thermostat but the wires are not what i expected to be ( see photo)

So to wire up the thermostat what wires go where?
Grey (N)
Brown (L)
Black (switched live)
Green (E)

Thanks

IMG_0328.jpg
 
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