The Delta Dore connected thermostat

The Delta Dore connected radio thermostat is the solution we recommend for our Natural Stone heating solutions. We recommend these thermostats for their technical characteristics, their French design and their reliability.

The Tybox 5101 transmitter and the RF6620 receiver are delivered by default with all our radiators, heated towel rails and wall compositions. Indeed, the Delta Dore solution has all the characteristics of a good thermostat.

The Delta Dore connected radio thermostat

All our Natural Stone radiators are fitted as standard with a Delta Dore radio thermostat Tybox 5101 and an RF6620 radio receiver. The power of the contact is 16A and allows the control of all the serial connections. For series assemblies, a transmitter and a receiver allow the control of all the radiators.

For connected use, you can add the Tydom 1.0 gateway. A single Tydom 1.0 control unit controls all the radiators in a home. It is a home automation solution that also allows you to control roller shutters, lights or any other connected object.

Thermostat connected radio delta dore

The Tydom 1.0 gateway for a connected solution

Delta Dore's Tydom 1.0 internet gateway is connected to the box via an Ethernet output.

The room thermostat Tybox 5101 allows room temperature adjustment. Several Tybox 5101 thermostats can be associated with the Tydom 1.0 gateway.

The thermostat communicates with the Tydom 1.0 by radio waves. The temperature in each room (one Tybox 5101 per room) can be programmed and managed remotely using the Delta Dore Tydom application available on Google Play and the App Store.

Remote programming makes it possible to intelligently regulate the temperature of your home. It is for example particularly suitable if you have a second home because you can turn on the heating before your arrival.

The Delta Dore solution does not emit waves harmful to health

It is important to understand that the thermostat is a proportional integral (PI) control. Concretely, the thermostat takes into account the inertia of the heating. Since our radiators are carved directly into the rock, they have excellent mass inertia. The thermostat then emits only 3 to 4 times per hour an impulse of a few seconds. The rest of the time, the thermostat does not emit any waves. 

Moreover, the waves emitted between the transmitter and the receiver are not wifi waves. Indeed, the frequency of the waves emitted by the thermostat is 860 MHz.These waves are absolutely not harmful.

If you choose the Tydom 1.0 home automation solution, theCommunication with the thermostat also takes place with 860 MHz waves. In addition, the Tydom 1.0 is wired to the Internet box, which greatly limits the broadcast of waves. 

Avoiding harmful waves is of great importance, especially if these waves circulate in the bedroom where we spend a third of our lives. This is why we attach great importance to these technical elements.

Installation of the Delta Dore Tybox 5101 thermostat on the Natural Stone radiator

Read the instructions carefully before any intervention. Installation must be carried out by a qualified person.

Tybox 5101 thermostat and natural stone radiator

Step 1

To install the Tybox 5101 thermostat, the various elements are required:

  1. Manual Tybox 5101 Delta Dore.
  2. Instructions for the installation and use of the natural stone electric radiator.
  3. Thermostat Tybox 5101 Delta Dore.
  4. Delta Dore 6620 RF radio receiver.
Rear electric radiator in natural stone

Step 2

Remove the back packaging of the Natural Stone electric heater.

Natural stone radiator connection box

Step 3

Open the back cover of the connection box and prepare the mains power cable:

    1. N: neutral supply
    2. P: phase supply
    3. green/yellow: ground wire
Natural stone electric radiator jumper wire

Step 4

Remove the jumper wire which ensures operation without a thermostat.

RF6620 power cable on natural stone radiator

Step 5

Installing the Tybox 5101 thermostat power cable according to the diagram below:

    1. blue wire on N
    2. brown wire on P
    3. red wire (heat shrink) on resistor
Tybox 5101 pairing with RF 6620

Step 6

  1. Place the heater on the floor facing the wall supply.
  2. Turn off the wall power supply at your electrical box.
  3. Check with a voltmeter that the power supply has been cut off.
  4. Connection of the power supply of the stone radiator on the wall box.
  5. Switch the installation back on.
  6. Pair according to the Tybox 5101 – RF 6620 user guide.
Tybox 5101 test with the natural stone radiator

Step 7

Check that the assembly is working properly. It is preferable to avoid any unnecessary handling given the heavy weight of the Natural Stone radiator.

  1. Thanks to the user manual, put yourself in manual mode on the Tybox 5101.
  2. Increase the temperature set point to get the RF6620 receiver to switch on. A slight click tells you that the contact is closed. To ensure proper operation, you can use an ammeter clamp. If you don't have an ammeter clamp, you can put your hand on the radiator. So you will feel a slight vibration that allows you to see the operation.
  3. Always reduce the temperature in manual mode to ensure that the micro-module contact is open.

After performing all the checks, you must disconnect the power supply again. First fix the micro-module box on the wall at the bottom of the stone radiator while ensuring that it is hidden by the radiator. However, the push button must remain accessible. You can now fix the stone radiator in its final position.

Remark : Pairing with the RF6620 is maintained even after a power outage and also when changing the Tybox 5101 thermostat battery.

Natural Stone radiator connection diagram with the Tybox 5101 thermostat

Connection diagram tybox 5101 with a natural stone radiator
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  1. Adrien says:

    This article helped me a lot for the installation of my White marble radiator. The system now works perfectly.

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