This is the default schedule:
Time periods when “Comfort” mode is on
Time periods when “Unoccupied” mode is on
Monday to Friday
6 AM – 8 AM
5 PM – 10 PM
8 AM – 5 PM
10 PM – 6 AM
Saturday to Sunday
7 AM – 10 PM
10 PM – 7 AM
To program a different schedule, set up different time periods for the following operating modes: “Comfort”, “Economy” and “Unoccupied”. For more information about these operating modes, see Operating modes in a schedule.
When the schedule for one day is set, it can be copied to other days. In addition, preset setpoints for different modes can be customized.
Initiate schedule operation
- From the Home screen of either the local hardware unit or the mobile application, tap if is not displayed on the screen.
Operating mode may change if the built-in PIR sensor function is enabled and presence is detected. See Presence detection using the built-in PIR sensor for more information.
To run the schedule without influence of the built-in PIR sensor, disable “Room presence detector” under “Advanced Settings” > “Optimization” in the thermostat.
Set time periods for different operating modes
- On the temperature control widget screen, tap > “Thermostat schedule”, and then tap "Edit".
- Select the day of the week for which you want to set a schedule. By default, the system uses the current day.
- On the vertical time line, tap a specific time to set a switching point. A switching point marker displays next to the time. To fine-tune the switching point, drag the switching point marker to the desired time.
- Tap the switching point marker and select “Comfort”, “Economy” or “Unoccupied” from the drop down list.
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set other switching points.
- Tap "Save".
- To copy the current day's schedule to other days, tap “Copy” and follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTE: Max. eight switching points per day can be set. To delete one, tap on the switching point marker.
Change the preset setpoints for different operating modes
- On the temperature control widget screen, tap .
- Tap any of the modes, e.g., “Unoccupied”, to expand the preset setpoints.
- Drag the temperature slider to the setpoint.