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Everything you need to get the most out of your Radbot

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Please browse the page below for more information on using and installing Radbot.

 

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Radbot Resources

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Quick reference guide

Instruction manual

What’s in the box

Technical Specification

A smart thermostatic radiator control device.

Compatible with wet central heating systems with radiators that have existing thermostatic radiator valves fitted. Supplied with 6 valve adaptors.

Box Contents

1 Radbot device
6 Valve adaptors
2 x 1.5V AA batteries
Instruction manual
Quick reference guide

Power

2 x 1.5V AA batteries (supplied), battery life approx. 2 years

Environmental Sensors

Temperature / humidity / ambient light

Dimensions (LxWxH)

90 x 55 x 55 mm

Weight

164g

Simple to install

Fitting Radbot couldn’t be simpler. It takes about the same time it takes to make a cup of tea.

There is no need for a plumber or any special tools. Just follow the easy steps below.

1. Select the radiator you are going to install Radbot on
2. Remove the old thermostatic valve head 
3. Select and fit the correct adaptor
4. Insert the batteries
5. Fit and tighten
6. Job done!

Adaptor Selection Guide

Fitting Radbot couldn’t be easier but if you need a little more help selecting the correct valve adaptor checkout the images below. There are a set of two images for each of the 6 different valve adaptors supplied with Radbot,

 

Valve type

M30 x 1.5

Fixing type

screw on

M30 x 1.5
M30 x 1.5
Valve type

Danfoss RA

Fixing type

clip on and secure

(screwdriver required)

Danfoss RA
Danfoss RA - fitted
Valve type:

M30 x 1.0

Fitting:

screw on

coming soon
Valve type

Danfoss RAVL

Fixing type

clip on and secure

(screwdriver required)

Danfoss RAVL
Danfoss RAVL - fitted
Valve type:

M28 x 1.0

Fitting:

screw on

M28 x 1.0
M28 x 1.0 - fitted
Valve type

Giacomini

Fixing type

clip on and secure

(screwdriver required)

Giacomini
Giacomini - fitted

Easy to use

Apart from the clever bit going on inside, Radbot works like just like a regular radiator thermostat. Set the comfort level you want and Radbot warms the room.

It does have a handy boost button. If you ever need a bit more heat just press the top and it will give you a blast for 30 mins before returning to its original temperature. No need for you to remember to turn it back down again!

Changing the batteries

Radbot comes supplied with two AA batteries. Under normal conditions, the battery should last for approx. 2 years. For more information on using Radbot please browse our instruction manual or watch the video.

If you have any questions around batteries or require some additional support please browse our FAQs or get in touch.

FAQs

If you have a question related to anything Radbot, please browse our FAQs. Our FAQ’s fall into the following five categories.
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