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Z-Wave Danfoss LC-13 Living Connect Radiator Thermostat

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New 2014 Version - 014G0013

The Danfoss living connect is a Thermostatic Radiator Valve (TRV) that can be controlled by a Z-Wave network controller.

The battery-powered thermostat is easily fitted to most radiator types in just a few minutes, it can be controlled wirelessly via the Z-Wave network or manually using the unit's three buttons.

The thermostat works by opening/closing its valve based on its Setpoint temperature. The Setpoint temperature can be set by the central controller via Z-Wave or manually by pressing the Up and Down buttons on the unit itself.

Note: The Danfoss radiator thermostat cannot reports its local temperature to the Z-Wave network, it only allows a one-way communication to change its setpoint.

This is the new 014G0013 version - it is based on the latest Z-Wave v4.5 SDK and features increased network stability.

 

Danfoss Living Connect

 

Technical Details

  • Technology: Z-Wave (868.42MHz)
  • Z-Wave SDK: v4.5
  • Z-Wave Firmware: v1.00
  • Thermostat temperature range: 4 - 28°C
  • Control: The units Setpoint can be changed by the Z-Wave controller
  • Backlit LCD: displays temperature
  • 3-button operation: '+' and '-' adjustment, inclusion and exclusion
  • Adapters: Supplied with RA and M30 x 1.5(K) valve adapters
  • Power: 2x AA batteries (1-year lifespan)
  • Dimensions: 91 (L) x 51mm (Dia)
  • Part Number: 014G0013
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Neat SmartThings Compatible TRV
Small, neat looking valve that allows room and remote control via SmartThings. (Community developed device driver, not official yet). Lack of measured temp is a bit of gap but not required to be useful.
25 Oct 2016
Danfoss radiator stat
did not work with Vera Edge (dec 14). Works ok with HCL.
28 Jan 2015
Good build and design but slightly under performs
not feeding back the room temperature back to the controller is an over sight that blights this otherwise well thought out product. Installed on Vera Lite with no issues.
9 Dec 2014
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Not happy with these units. I returned them and got a full refund. (thanks Vesternet) They do not report their current room temp which is a huge oversight. They use up batteries at a crazy rate, fail often and are a constant problem. Set up and running was ok, but every unit will fail at some point with in three months.
esilvester 16 Nov 2016
Not happy with these units. I returned them and got a full refund. (thanks Vesternet) They do not report their current room temp which is a huge oversight. They use up batteries at a crazy rate, fail often and are a constant problem. Set up and running was ok, but every unit will fail at some point with in three months.
esilvester 16 Nov 2016
It's one of the only TRV's you can buy in the uk and it they work well.
Alex R. 15 Aug 2016
It's one of the only TRV's you can buy in the uk and it they work well.
Alex R. 15 Aug 2016
The LC 13's are working well with my newly installed devolo home control system and appear equally as good as devolo's branded TRV's that I have.
Glyne D. 11 Jul 2016
I did quite a bit of research regarding these and I needed a Z wave compatible item and also one that looked pleasing despite its bulk
Ian H. 29 Apr 2016
Needed for separate control of a bedroom, works well.
Paul F. 15 Aug 2016
Needed for separate control of a bedroom, works well.
Paul F. 15 Aug 2016
Danfoss make excellent products
Jason R. 20 Jul 2016
Danfoss make excellent products
Jason R. 20 Jul 2016
Small discrete works on radiators to create individual zoning in bedrooms
Ian G. 1 May 2016
So, I understand how some controlling software, such as Domoticz, can alter the setpoint and so adjust the temperature in the room. But how can you send a week's temp/times schedule to the TRV?
JohnE 18 Nov 2016
how do I know what adapter/model of adapter I require?
17 Nov 2016
BEST ANSWER: The TRV comes with 2 adaptors. If you already have mechanical TRVs with a 30mm (30M) thread they should fit. older ones may be 28mm and you will need a Danfoss Adapter M28 Herz (From this site). I suggest you remove a TRV and measure the diameter of the the connecting nut
Will these work with usa Z-wave (jumpers for frequency selection?)
Cisco 1 Oct 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a European Z-Wave frequency device (868MHz), this can be checked in the "technical" tab. All Z-Wave devices that we sell are European frequency, we do not sell US frequency devices - http://www.vesternet.com/knowledgebase/technical/kb-5
DO you require a controller eg Fibaro Home Centre 2 for these to work? Can they work in association with a Thermostat? Eg Wall thermostat monitors the room temperature, and tells the Danfoss TRV to open/close, or do you require a controller to "pass along" the instructions from thermostat to the TRV?? Thanks..
Ian M. 7 Apr 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Danfoss really needs to be used with a Z-Wave controller. You cannot use it directly associated with another thermostat as they would have no way of communicating. The Danfoss is basically a thermostat device, and you cannot associate a thermostat with a thermostat. They both work by having their setpoints set to particular temperatures, but a Z-Wave thermostat only sends On/Off style commands. So there would be no way for a thermostat to send setpoint commands to the Danfoss. It is best to use a scene running in the Z-Wave controller to control the Danfoss. Take a look in our Z-Wave heating guides (multi-zone) for more information - http://www.vesternet.com/resources/scenarios/heating/z-wave
Anyone got these working with Samsung smartthings hub?
Jill S. 6 Apr 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, I have the Fibaro HC2. If your system has Z-Wave, it will work with it.
Does anyone have any experience installing these in a bedroom? How much noise do they make?
arden 8 Sep 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have these installed in 2 bedrooms, a study and the lounge. My experience is that they are very quiet. Mostly when they make small adjustments you never hear them, with larger adjustments there is a soft wirring sound but nothing ontrusive at all, that certainly would not wake you up. The most noise they make is when they reset themselves, they open and close the valve fully about once every two weeks or so as a preventative maint measure, but still I dont think this would wake you. Mine open around 5.30 am and have never been woken by one yet. Have just yesterday ordered another 3
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