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Morgan
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@gfletcher 

That’s the weather comp setting but you have to set the curve in settings.

 

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@morgan Brilliant - thanks, I'll look at the curve settings.


   
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@gfletcher 

you’re welcome.

Retrofitted 11.2kw Mitsubishi Ecodan to new radiators commissioned November 2021.


   
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Posted by: @gfletcher

@morgan Brilliant - thanks, I'll look at the curve settings.

Hi Gavin,

Obviously you need to set the slope of the weather compensation to the requirements of your particular home. I would suggest that you start with the following settings and then fine tune as necessary.

Cold end: LWT of 50C at amb. of -5C.

Warm end: LWT of 25C at amb. of 20C.

The indoor temperature will probably change very slowly, so monitor your system for quite a number of hours and let it stabilise before making any adjustments.

I hope that this helps.


   
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