Danfoss - Thermostat

Thermostat from Danfoss for water radiators. The thermostat allows you to control the heat wirelessly with Z-wave communication, which requires a hub with Z-wave support.

Danfoss + Tibber

Danfoss Z-wave thermostat is a wireless electronic thermostat that fits most water-borne elements. The thermostat is easy to install yourself on the water radiators and is connected to a hub with Z-wave support, eg Futurehome or Homey.

The thermostat is controlled by the hub's app/web interface. You can also connect the thermostat to Tibber through the hub to control the heat with the help of autopilot, which ensures that the home consumes as little energy as possible with regard to the weather forecast, the electricity price and the conditions in your home.


The thermostat becomes available on the home screen. You can control the temperature of your radiators directly from the Tibber app.


Du kan följa nuvarande och historiska vÀrden av temperatur i Tibber appen.


The Danfoss thermostat uses Z-wave to communicate wirelessly. This means that you must have a smart hub like Futurehome or Homey to use the device.

To mount the thermostat on the radiator, the system does not need to be emptied of water as only the thermostat is changed and not the valve. Danfoss fits standard radiator valves RA, RAV, RAVL, RTD (Danfoss), M30 (TA, Heimeier, Honeywell, Oventrop) and M28 (MMA, Herz, Orkli, Comap).

Then connect the thermostat to your hub (with Z-wave support) takes just a few minutes, the installation steps for this depend on which hub you have.


Technical specification

Danfoss in detail

  • Model: Living Connect Radiator Thermostat 014G0013 (LC13)

  • Power supply: 2x AA batteries

  • Power consumption: 1.2 W (3mW in standby)

  • Battery life: about 1 year

  • Data Collection: Every minute

  • Max water temperature: 90 ° C

  • Temperature range: 8 - 28 ° C

  • Communication: Z-Wave (868.42 MHz)

  • Range: about 30 meters


  • Frost protection

  • "Valve exercise"

  • Warnings: "low battery" and "no signal"

  • Variable drop in 0.5 ° C increments

  • Max./min. limitation

  • Parental Control

  • "Open window"

  • Illuminated display

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