We had an OJ Electronics unit it - well two actually, they replaced the first one. They're really flexible in terms of what temperatures you can set and when, which is great, but they don't seem to follow the program you set. If I set it for 24 degrees it would sometimes only heat up to 22 degrees, and would sometimes get up to 28 degrees. It seems like it had a tolerance of 3 degrees, which is huge. The unit knew exactly what temperature the floor was, it just didn't seem to care.
The electrician put in a WarmupNZ unit. It's set to 24 degrees but warms the floor to 28 or 29 degrees. It's also not very flexible - it's preset to temperature 1 (which you can set) for the morning and evening, and to temperature 2 daytime and night. I want it basically off during the day as no-one's here, and on at night but at a moderate heat.
Can anyone suggest another brand that's flexible and actually works as a thermostat?
**** NB **** This is a 2013 thread, I've restarted the discussion in 2015 in page two at this post.