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Drayton Digistat +3 Room Thermostat (75750)

Electronic sensing element. 2-wire installation. Override facility. Holiday mode. Automatic BST/GMT time change. 7-day programmable. EN 60730.

  • Digital Display
  • 2, 4 or 6 On/Off Periods per Day
  • 3 Pre-Set Programmes
  • Frost Protection
  • 5 / 2 Day or 7 Day Programmable
  • 2 Wire Installation
  • Override Facility
  • Holiday Mode
  • Automatic BST/GMT Time Change
  • 1 Year Guarantee

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£60.99INC VAT

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Drayton Digistat +3 Room Thermostat is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 28.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Brill so far Firstly full marks for the design. Installation was a breeze, the backplate has a range of mounting holes to make fitting easy. It was a direct replacement for my old 1980's rotary Honeywell thermostat so no need to drill the wall. The wires were also the right length installation couldn't have been any easier. Time and date were preset again making installation a breeze. The default programme would probably be fine for most folks but it is very easy to programme time and temp settings. There are also ten "installer" options, I only needed to change one. There is no way anyone in our house needs to set it to 32C so I brought the high temp limit down. Only been installed for one weekend so far so can't really comment on reliability but so far its done what it said on the packet.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fair to middling I'm at a slight disadvantage as this was installed after we moved, so new property, new central heating system both with unknown characteristics so no base to compare it to. Having said that, the 6 temperatures a day over 7 days is great and it's pretty simple to program, it's the actual operation of the unit I find slightly bizarre. I have managed to program a pretty steady comfortable temperature throughout our bungalow however the way it warms up the place is odd. When the room temperature drops low enough to trigger the thermostat to activate the boiler, it only switches it on for a couple of minutes before switching it of again. This doesn't give time for the first radiator on the run to get even aired let alone warm. OK, you might say the thermostat doesn't know how warm the radiators are. However, if it's such an intelligent piece of kit surely it should know the last time it switch the heating on, and if a decent chunk of time has passes and it's target temperature is significantly higher than the current temperature then surely it can be programmed to run the boiler for a good 10mins so all the radiators can at least get warm before it starts running it's algorithms? It simply delays the heating process and I can only seem to get half a degree temperature increase an hour. I also find its temperature keeping inconsistent. We have it set at 20deg on an evening, however many a time I've walked passed the unit to see it reading 20.5deg with the boiler on. Other nights it's managed to drop to 19.5deg before switching on the boiler. Tonight the heating's been set at 20deg for 5 hours but it's not achieved warmer than 19.5deg. I've had to up the target temperature to 20.5deg to warm the place up! And it's warmer tonight than it has been the last couple of nights so I don't see how this could be down to the 'learning' process. Also, as with others reviews, there was no warning the battery was failing. I just woke up yesterday to a cold house (other reviewers had the heating get stuck on). All in all I wouldn't say its a bad thermostat but neither would I say it's good. I've managed to program a pretty steady heating sequence but its occasional quirks let it down.
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not built to last Had one of these as a programmable thermostat suited my "days in", "days out". Worked OK for a while then the relay packed up - so display looked fine, but no output. Replaced with the same and that packed up as well. In my experience, these attractive little gizmos do not have a great life expectancy. If you can live with the bog-standard room thermostat, then don't change. Others have commented about the loud click, but because it's battery powered, it needs a special relay (latching), and they are noisy - can't have it both ways
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great service Good price and delivered next day which meant we had central heating for the weekend. Installed in a few minutes and working great- just hope this one lasts longer than the original - (5 years)
Date published: 2016-11-06
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Will this replace a Drayton RTS1?

I'm wanting to replace my current RTS1 dial thermostat with a programmable one and wondered if this would work as a direct wired replacement.
Asked by: Domleb

Will this work with a worcester boiler that has a DT10RF reviecer fitted? My stat faild and needs replacing. Thanks

Asked by: D1y3r095
No this will not work with your DT10RF as it is not a RF thermostat. You would need the Digistat+3RF model part no 22092.
Answered by: Martin, Technical Support
Date published: 2017-06-12

Is this the 240v supply model 22087. It metions 240v suppy but doesn't mention the model. Just wanted to make sure

Asked by: sparky343434
This Model is the 22083 model. Battery only. Not the 22087 model which is 240v
Answered by: sparky343434
Date published: 2017-06-08

contact rating

Can you please explain the contact rating terminology? It's specified as "16(2)A 230VAC" so is this 16 or 2 amps at 230 volts ac? Thanks.
Asked by: shinypenny
The figures refer to the type of load. The rating is 16 Amps @230V for a resistive load and 2 Amps @ 230V for an inductive load resistive loads are commonly electrical heaters, lighting and inductive loads are commonly motors, transformers coils.
Answered by: Martin, Technical Support
Date published: 2017-06-17

Would this replace a Drayton rts8 wall stat?

Asked by: Akelabird
The Digistat+3 can be used as a replacement thermostat. If the RTS8 has 3 wires you will need to terminate the Neutral and use just the Live feed in and the Live feed out. These wires should be connected to the COM( Live IN) terminal and ON )Live out ) terminal of the Digistat+3
Answered by: Martin, Technical Support
Date published: 2017-05-20
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Brand Drayton
Central Heating Control Type Thermostats
Compatible Boiler Type Combi Boilers
Display Type Digital Display
Installation Type 2-Wire Installation
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model Name Digistat +3
Model No Digistat +3
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Depth 30 mm
Product Height 95 mm
Product Type Room Thermostat
Product Width 134 mm
Programme Facility 7 Day or 5/2 Day Programmable
Temperature Range 5-32 °C
Total Product Weight 272 kg
Zoning Level One

Switch/contact rating: 16(2)A 230VAC. Temp. range: 5°-32°C. H x W x D: 95 x 134 x 30mm. 2 x AA batteries supplied.