Thermotouch 7.6iG Glass Programmable Thermostat

  • Fully programmable

    The Thermotouch 7.6iG Programmable Thermostat features a 7 day, 6 event heating schedule with 6 heating events on the weekend.

  • Portrait or landscape mounting

    Thermotouch 7.6iG is supplied with a portrait backing plate as standard. However, if required you can purchase the landscape mounting plate.

  • Sensor mode

    Thermotouch 7.6iG is supplied with a floor sensor probe and an option for using an ambient sensor to ensure total control over your heating system.

  • Manual mode

    Thermotouch 7.6iG also features a simple to use manual function that allows you to manually control the temperature of your underfloor heating.

Single Relay Thermostat Options

Thermotouch 7.6iG Glass Programmable Thermostat

Stock No.
5220A
Description
White Programmable Thermostat
Size
W85 x H115 x D54mm (32mm in wall)
Price
$325.00
Stock Status
In Stock
Stock No.
5226A
Description
Black Programmable Thermostat
Size
W85 x H115 x D54mm (32mm in wall)
Price
$325.00
Stock Status
In Stock

Landscape Mounting Plates

Stock No.
5221
Description
White Landscape Mounting Plate
Size
W115 x H86 x D5mm
Price
$28.00
Stock Status
In Stock
Stock No.
5223
Description
Black Landscape Mounting Plate
Size
W115 x H86 x D5mm
Price
$28.00
Stock Status
In Stock
The 5220A & 5226A come standard as portrait however the landscape mounting plates can be purchased to enable the thermostat to be mounted horizontally

Technical Data

Size
85x115x54mm (32mm in wall)
Protection Rating
IP30
Max Load
16A
Orientation
Landscape
Colour
5220A: Ice White
5226A: Piano Black
Temperature Range
5 ~ 80°C (0.5°C increments)
Sensor rating
NTC 10kΩ @ 25°C
Warranty
3yrs

Frequently Asked Questions


What temperature should I set my underfloor heating at?

Every situation is different however it is recommended to set your underfloor heating to 24°C to begin with. After testing for several days increase or decrease the temperature to find your comfort temperature. Please note a decrease of 1°C may not affect the comfort or warmth of the floor enough to make it noticeable but can help to reduce running costs.

How long should the floor heating be left on for?

The length of time depends on your lifestyle, the system used and the desired temperature.

What is a floor sensor?

A floor sensor is a small probe that is installed beneath the floor, between two runs of heating cable. This is connected to the Thermostat and gives an accurate reading of the floor temperature.

Will my Underfloor Heating Thermostat come with the Floor Sensor/probe?

Yes! All Underfloor Heating Thermostats supplied by Thermogroup come with a Floor Sensor and a 20mm flexible conduit to install the floor sensor in, making it easier to replace if necessary. You will find the Floor Sensor and Conduit in your Thermostat box, below the unit itself.

What is the flexible conduit for? Do I need to install it?

We recommend the use of a conduit for the floor sensor so that in the event of a floor sensor failing or the thermostat being upgraded, the floor sensor can be replaced without damaging the floor covering. If this is not possible we recommend installing a second-floor sensor as a spare.

Can I control my underfloor heating and towel rail from one controller?

Yes, with our Thermotouch 4.3dC dual control thermostat, you can individually control both your underfloor heating and towel rail from the single controller.

Can I control multiple zones with one controller?

No, each zone that you want to have individual control over needs to have its own separate controller.

Can I control my underfloor heating using C-Bus?

Yes, ensure that you purchase the manual controller with your underfloor heating and this can be connected to and controlled by your C-Bus system. The manual controller options are our Thermotouch 9.2mG, our 5250 manual dial Thermostat and our 5291 manual DIN-rail Thermostat.

What are the rough in or first fix requirements for Underfloor Heating and a Controller?

When roughing in for our Underfloor Heating and the controller, the electrician will first need to bring mains power to the Thermostat location. The electrician will then also need to run two 20mm conduits from the Thermostat position down to the floor, for the Underfloor Heating Cold Tail and for the Floor Sensor. For further information and a visual representation, please view our Conduit Requirements download.

What does an “Er” error message mean?

This means there is no floor sensor installed or the floor sensor is faulty. Isolate power and check that a compatible NTC10K sensor probe is connected to terminals 6 & 7. If no sensor is installed you will need to have one installed or run the system on air/ambient temperature only.

If there is a sensor connected then it may be faulty. Disconnect the sensor from the terminals and test the resistance using a multimeter on the 20KΩ setting. The sensor is rated at 10KΩ at 25C and fluctuates with temperature differences. Depending on the temperature the resistance
reading should be somewhere between 8 - 12KΩ. If the sensor is faulty it will need to be replaced or the thermostat set to ambient.

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