It basically works. Well it works better than the manual thing I had before. Because it uses the "cloud" it means that I can't use it if/when our broadband connection goes down, which is ridiculous. It is really hard to see what the non-floor temperature is. I assume there is a sensor on the device somewhere, but to get to it you have to go to the sensor page, then click on the sensor (it tells what the sensor temp is) then scroll to the bottom, click on "Thermostat information", then "Thermostat data overview", and there it gives you the room temperature. The doesn't seem to any ability for me to track the temperature. It is quite possible that the "cloud" knows this, but no way for me to access other than ad hoc look ups on the app. I believe there is no ability to connect via a laptop which is quite limiting. Oh - and it crashes
can't set correct time
The app is OK, but no more than that. Missing more options to have several schedules (e.g.work week, vacation at home week). The app should also show the system time used by the thermostats (cloud system time). After change from wintertime to summertime it appears that there is an hour delay in all schedules. Currently there is no way of finding out the actual system time being used, and Danfoss support is not very helpful.
Currently struggling to get the thermostat to see the fasted Broadband connection on the planet I can get the thermostat to get to see the WiFi network when the themostat is in connecting mode. However when connecting mode ends or if I launch the app suddenly the connection is lost.
Possible to set up to 5 heating periods per day (instead of 2).
Wi-Fi signal strength will be shown during setup and in the app.
Cooling & lower CPU temperature, tracking device and close the application run.