Clock Thermostat OCD4

Clock Thermostat OCD4 Clock thermostat for electric underfloor heating where optimum comfort temperature and minimum energy consumption are required.

6-Event Clock Thermostat 
     - all-in-one control

An “All-in-one” clock thermostat for electric underfloor heating control where optimum comfort temperature and minimum energy consumption are required.

Green Comfort - Save up to 36% CO2


  • Easy animated menu navigation and programming in 8 different languages
  • The programming is now child’s play ensuring the fastest and easiest setup
  • Set and forget! Adaptive control ensuring comfort temperature at the required time
  • Compatible with existing floor sensors, making it the best thermostat for renovation purposes
  • Easy read-out of energy consumption
  • Built-in clock - calendar with power backup
  • Large graphical display
  • The thinnest clock thermostat on the market, only 20 mm, making it easy for the installer
  • What does error code "E2" mean?


    Error code "E2" means defective, damaged or not connected floor sensor. Check connections or replace sensor if necessary.

  • What is the recommended night setback?


    The recommended night setback is max 5°C/41°F



  • Does the adaptive function reset when making a factory reset?


    Yes the adaptive function is reset during a factory reset.



  • Where to connect the ground wire of floor mats?


    The ground wire in the floor mat must be connected directly to the ground wire of the supply.

  • Whom to contact to get info about the total load?


    When turning on the unit for the first time and choosing Floor thermostat - it asks me for a load.


    Ask installer for total load.

  • What is the maximum length of the sensor cable?


    In general, we recommend a maximum cable length of 50 meters, the length might be shorter. Read the instructions for the precise maximum length.

  • How can I cure the E2 error message?


    "E2" means defective, damaged or disconnected floor sensor. Sensor resistance should be 10 or 12 kOhm at 25°C (77°F). The onstruction or quick guide holds informatiom for the specific thermostats.