How does Output Cyclical Delay work in Thermostat
Andrew Watson 2 years ago in bOS Configurator / Tasks • updated 2 years ago • 2
I am using a heating mode Thermostat with the type set to "switching". The "Output Cyclical Delay" parameter does not seem to have any affect on the operation of thermostat - changing from on -> off or off -> on seems to happen immediately at all times with no delay to prevent cycling of the heater. Could you please explain exactly what is the function of the "Output Cyclical Delay" and how I should use it.
Customer support service by UserEcho
Output Cyclical Delay does not mean delay for switching the output but the cyclical time between sending the output values (eg. sending heater on every x seconds). If you don't want the heater to switch so fast, you can try increasing Hysteresis value.
OK - thanks for the quick reply