Scotia Homes has been building homes in the north east of Scotland for over 20 years. They employ Danfoss TP7001 programmable room thermostats as part of energy-saving central heating system that can greatly benefit their new homeowners.
For the past two decades, Scotia Homes has designed homes that reduce energy bills and the carbon footprint for those living from Aberdeen to Ellon, Scotland.
To complement their energy-saving features, Scotia Homes use Danfoss’ TP7001 programmable thermostats to keep boilers running at optimum efficiency. With its simple user interface and large back-lit display, the TP7001 gives homeowners accurate control over their heating and the potential to achieve a 10% reduction in energy consumption.
The Danfoss TP7001 is a chrono-proportional programmable room thermostat which offers 7 day programming, and up to six time/temperature changes per day.
To improve comfort and economy even further, the thermostat has an optional Optimum Start feature, which allows it to calculate the latest possible time. The heating can be turned up, to achieve the programmed temperature at the programmed time. In addition to the hard-wired mains model, the TP7001 is also available in a battery-powered version.
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