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Z-Wave Popp Heating Thermostat

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Z-Wave Popp Heating Thermostat

This device is a Z-Wave controlled electronic radiator thermostat. It is SDK 4.5, has Explorer Frame Support and increased network stability.

This radiator thermostat is mounted on wall heating valves and controls them by a motor. The device accepts a setpoint that is either set manually using buttons on the device or wirelessly using Z-Wave. Afterwards, the device will regulate the warm water supply to the wall radiator and compare the detected temperature to ensure that the temperature in the room is kept at the desired level. A small LCD panel on the device displays the setpoint temperature on request.

The device has an internal scheduler, that allows to define up to 9 setpoint for up to 7 week days. Once programmed, these setpoints will be activated without any further manual or wireless interaction. Beside setting a desired temperature the device will support special heating schemes, such as energy saving and frost protection and intelligent functions such as detection of open windows or a valve training function to ensure that valves are still operational after longer periods.

Compared with Danfoss "Living Connect" the Popp thermostat will report the room temperature as detected and calculated by the device’s temperature sensor to the Z-Wave gateway.

The living connect can be mounted to valves with standard M30x1.5 connector or RA2000

Technical Details

  • Technology: Z-Wave (868.42MHz)
  • Wireless Range: On average up to 40 m inside buildings
  • Battery Type: 2*AA
  • Explorer Frame Support: Yes
  • SDK: 4.55
  • Device Type: Slave
  • Generic Device Class: Thermostat
  • Specific Device Class: Setpoint Thermostat
  • Routing: No
  • Firmware Version 1.0
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I had been working with the Comet TRVs. They had been a bit tricky on a number of points so I tried two of these POPPs instead. Well, what a revalation!! Perfectly behaved so far and users of our public building can read the temperature display (there was a lot of moaning about the Comet being upside down). No buttons hidden in tricky corners to use, all button pushing is from the outside. They seem to work perfectly with the AEON Labs zstick which I have in a Raspberry Pi running Domoticz and some Python. I love the ability to test the connection and see a result. Also, although it's early days, the batteries seem to be lasting MUCH longer. Also, they have a light on the display and they are quieter and neater. My only comment is that it's a bit tricky to get them screwed onto the radiator valve because of the rotating collar but if you insert something into the slot on the side you can drag the collar around with the valve to tighten it fully. So pleased that I have just bought 4 more to equip 2 more rooms.
15 Mar 2017
Works well
Easy to install and configure with Indigo. Works well and reports temperature back to indigo, which is a nice addition to some TRVs
30 Nov 2016
1 year ago
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How far does the temperature of the room have to fall below the setpoint for the TRV to open?
JohnE 12 Nov 2017
Does anyone know if this device will work with the Veralite controller under UI5 running 1.5.672 firmware? If so are there any functional limitations?
Simon A. 16 Aug 2017
Hi purchased one unit for evaluation with VeraPlus. Did get it to include ok. The files refer to danfoss. It creates 2 controller blocks 1 a heating control, the other a thermostat. The heating control inside temp never updates, the the thermostat does. I have added a control to HomeWave on iPad, can set the temp the temperature Ok, also in home wave can setup and view the thermostat Temp. Now for the question, in the above product description states "upto 9 setpoints 7 days a week" how doe you set this up, have read many differing product literature none describe how to do this, anyone know how.
Johnmcc 10 Feb 2017
Do these come with adaptors. My rads have 12mm micro bore pipework ?
Andy R. 30 Jan 2017
Does this valve works with homeseer? If so how good is the controllability?
Guest Visitor 4 Oct 2016
Does this work with Domoticz?
Guest N. 7 Sep 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is very similar to the Danfoss LC-13 which does work with Domoticz. So I would expect this to be fine. You may also want to check on the Domoticz forum to see what users have found.
There is reference to device temperature sensor. Can this device work without a room thermostat?
Paul R. 15 Aug 2016
BEST ANSWER: It doesn't need a room thermostat as it will run itself (just like a traditional TRV). You set the Setpoint and the device will control the radiator to keep the ambient temperature close to the setpoint.
How noisy are these units, I have the eurotronic units at present and they are not suitable for bedrooms as way too noisy when adjusting the valve, are these the same ?
Ger M. 28 Jul 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is the Danfoss mechanics. When I have test those they are amongst the quietest I have heard (Danfoss and Honeywell are very quiet).
Which controller works with Z-Wave Popp Heating Thermostat, does it have the problems the Danfoss has with Fibaro ?
Michael S. 23 Jul 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm evaluating two of these with my Vera Plus. Controls a lot better than the Danfoss LC13 and Stella-Z ones. Vera creates an embedded temperature sensor in addition to the thermostat which is a bit annoying and I'd like to see that as part of the thermostat object. Apart from that, nice and quiet and just does its thing

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