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When a multizone heating system has App control, it is no longer necessary to have a programmeable roomstat fitted in each zone, only a temperature sensor - the controls and programming can all be in one central unit, which could be combined with a wiring centre. The settings for each zone could be accessed by the App or Google home etc, or in the event of system problems, on the central unit. This could make installations cheaper and easier, and the remote sensors are more discreet. This setup can be created currently using multiple neostats installed in a central location with remote temperature sensors, but this seems a wasteful way to do it. (I currently have to replace a set of worn-out two-wire programmeable roomstats, and I am considering this as an alternative to installing a neo-air based system, to save having battery operated units)

Suggested by: John Botham Upvoted: 15 Jun Comments: 1

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