Yes by using a thermostat
A programmable thermostat combines the time-clock function within the thermostat whilst offering additional features. The main feature of a programmable thermostat is the ability to set different temperatures at different times of the day – known as comfort levels. They can be set to sense combined floor/room sensing or floor sensing only.
Our controller range is rated at 13amps and this enables direct switching of loadings up to approx. 2900 watts.
Higher loadings must be switched by a suitably rated contactor, a relay – or alternatively split the heating into more than one heating zone each operated by its own thermostat.
In bathrooms the thermostat control MUST be mounted outside the bathroom.
Air temperature control can be useful in a conservatory where the air sensor will override the floor heating control, helping to reduce the high air temperatures caused by a combination of floor heating and sunshine on the conservatory.
– Updated: January 2020