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Adjusting the temperature measured on a FRITZ!DECT radiator control

Since the temperature is measured on your FRITZ!DECT radiator control, it may be warmer or colder elsewhere in the room. You can either set the deviation from the actual room temperature that you measure with a thermometer in the middle of the room, for example, by yourself, or you can use a different temperature sensor, for example the outlet switch FRITZ!DECT 200.

Requirements / Restrictions

  • To use an external temperature sensor, FRITZ!OS 7 or later must be installed on the FRITZ!Box.

1 Setting the temperature offset

The temperature of a room is very different in different areas, especially during the heating phase. The time it takes for heat to distribute evenly depends on the ceiling height or the presence of niches and bay windows, for example, and can vary greatly. Therefore, do not set the offset until the room was constantly heated to the desired room temperatures for about 2 days so that the heat could be almost evenly distributed throughout the room:

  1. Click "Home Network" in the FRITZ!Box user interface.
  2. Click "Smart Home" in the "Home Network" menu.
  3. If available, select the option "All smart home devices" from the drop-down list "viewing".
  4. Click the (Edit) button for the respective radiator control.
  5. If available, enable the option "Use the temperature sensor on the radiator control" under "Temperature offset".
  6. Click the plus or minus to set the actual room temperature.
  7. Click "OK" to save the settings.

2 Using a different temperature sensor

You can use a FRITZ!DECT outlet switch as a temperature sensor and position it at a suitable place in the room, for example next to the sofa:

Using a temperature sensor

  1. Plug the outlet switch into the wall outlet vertically, so the lettering is upright.
  2. Do not operate any devices that produce warmth near the outlet switch.
  3. Do not plug any devices that consume more than 100 Watts into the outlet switch because the flow of current warms the device, which then falsifies the temperature reading.
  4. Switch the outlet switch as rarely as possible because it heats up each time it is switched.
  5. If you want, you can set the offset for the outlet switch yourself. Since wall outlets are usually located near the floor, a deviation from the actual room temperature is likely.

Selecting the temperature sensor

  1. Click "Home Network" in the FRITZ!Box user interface.
  2. Click "Smart Home" in the "Home Network" menu.
  3. If available, select the option "All smart home devices" from the drop-down list "viewing".
  4. Click the (Edit) button for the respective radiator control.
  5. Under "Temperature offset" enable the option "Adjust to automatic offset by means of an external temperature sensor".
  6. Select the desired temperature from the drop-down list.
  7. Click "OK" to save the settings.