Is it possible to modify the upper limit of the Heating Temperature in the Smart Thermostat (it is currently restricted to 25 degrees Centigrade)?
I would like this too. I have a couple of rooms (bathrooms) where I want to be able to set higher temperatures than 25 degrees for short periods and no I do not want to mess with the 'offset' function thank you.
I would also need this feature, to limit the range the user can or not set via the physical device. the app should allow the super user to set the range.
My kids are messing with the room control unit and setting the temperature to 25 degrees. I want to limit this ability and limit the maximum temperature to a more reasonable value.
I have a zone with a tado thermostat and want to limit the maximum to below the current maximum
+1 this is a need to have feature!
Yes, this is highly necesarry. Silly that there is a limit at all!, as this is a personal preference (In my case the valve an termostat is placed behind sound absorbing material, that also is very effective insulation. SO when the room i 17 degree, the valve thinks its 25. Not it's fault, but annoying I can just turn up the heat
If you want to set a lower limit, you can achieve this with IFTTT integration; just set up a rule that if temp is higher than 23 or whatever, set the temperature on Tado to 23 degrees.
Useful if someone in the house keeps turning it right up as they'll think it's turned up, but it isn't really.
Please also like my related idea to make the early start better. Tado wasted 1 hour of energy each day because the early start functionality heats up 1 hour too early. https://community.tado.com/en-gb/discussion/5369/improve-early-start/p1?new=1
BTW: Italy regulates how high you can turn your central heating up. It applies to everyone but is more easily enforced in shared buildings.
Private homes, offices and schools are not supposed to be heated to more than 20 degrees C – though the norms allow a margin of 2 degrees, so the very warmest you can go is 22 degrees C.
Meanwhile factories and workshops should be kept at 18 degrees C (or 20 degrees C if really necessary)