Danfoss TP7000


The Danfoss TP7000 is a programmable room thermostat that allows you to set the temperature in your home or office according to your preferences. It is designed to help you save energy and money by providing accurate temperature control and scheduling options.

The TP7000 features a large, easy-to-read display and an intuitive interface that makes it simple to use. It allows you to set up to six different temperature settings per day, so you can adjust the temperature according to your daily routine. Additionally, the TP7000 includes a holiday mode, which allows you to set the temperature to a lower setting while you’re away on vacation or business.

One of the main features of the Danfoss TP7000 is its energy-saving capability. It is designed to reduce your energy bills by automatically adjusting the temperature based on the time of day and the temperature outside. It also has a built-in frost protection function, which helps prevent freezing in the event of cold weather.

The Danfoss TP7000 is compatible with most heating systems, including gas, oil, and electric systems. It can be used with both combination and conventional boilers, and it supports a wide range of voltages. Additionally, it comes with a tamper-proof cover to prevent unauthorized changes to the settings.

Overall, the Danfoss TP7000 is a reliable and efficient programmable thermostat that offers a range of features to help you save energy and money while maintaining a comfortable temperature in your home or office.

How to operate

  1. Set the clock: The first thing you need to do is set the clock on the thermostat. To do this, press the SET and CLOCK buttons simultaneously. Use the + and – buttons to set the correct time.
  2. Set the day and date: After setting the clock, you need to set the day and date. Press the SET and DAY buttons simultaneously. Use the + and – buttons to select the correct day and date.
  3. Set the temperature: Press the SET button and use the + and – buttons to set the desired temperature. The thermostat will automatically turn on your heating system when the temperature falls below the set point.
  4. Program the thermostat: The Danfoss TP7000 allows you to program the thermostat to turn on and off at specific times of the day. Press the PROGRAM button to enter the programming mode. Use the + and – buttons to set the time and temperature for each program period.
  5. Override the temperature: If you want to override the temperature for a short period of time, press the OVERRIDE button. The thermostat will maintain the overridden temperature until the next program period.
  6. Turn off the thermostat: If you want to turn off the heating system, press the OFF button. This will turn off the thermostat and the heating system.

Note: It’s important to refer to the user manual for your specific Danfoss TP7000 model for more detailed instructions on operating the thermostat.

Technical information

Central heating control typeThermostat
Heating system compatibilityThe Danfoss TP7000 programmable room thermostat is compatible with most heating systems that have a 230V AC, 50/60 Hz power supply and a two-wire connection for heating control.
It can be used with systems that have a gas, oil or electric boiler, as well as those that use a heat pump or underfloor heating. However, it may not be suitable for systems with volt-free contacts, so it is important to check the system’s compatibility before installation.
The TP7000 has two relay outputs, one for heating control and one for hot water control. It is important to make sure that the system’s wiring is compatible with the relay outputs of the thermostat before installation.
Control operationThe TP7000 is a programmable room thermostat that allows you to set different temperatures at different times of the day.
Temperature range5°C to 35°C
Display typeLarge, easy-to-read display that shows the current temperature, time, and programming status. The controller has a backlight function that makes it easy to read the display in low-light conditions.
Hertz (Hz)Designed to operate on a 230V AC, 50/60 Hz power supply.
Switch ratingThe Danfoss TP7000 programmable room thermostat has a maximum switching current of 3A resistive load and a maximum switching voltage of 230V AC.
This means that the thermostat can switch a load of up to 690W (3A x 230V) of resistive load, such as a typical electric radiator or a resistive heating element.
Max. load (Inductive)The TP7000 is not suitable for controlling a load with inductive or capacitive characteristics, such as some types of motors or lighting circuits.
Max. load (Resistive)The TP7000 is designed for controlling resistive loads up to a maximum of 3A at 230V AC.
Power consumption1w
Dimensions128mm x 90mm x 23mm
Battery backupNone. The TP7000 does not have a battery backup function. Instead, it has a non-volatile memory that stores the programmed settings and schedule, even in the event of a power failure.
The non-volatile memory is powered by a small capacitor that can maintain the memory contents for a short period of time in the event of a power failure. Once power is restored, the thermostat will resume operation using the stored settings and schedule.
Programmer Voltage230V AC
Smart compatibilityNot designed to be compatible with smart home systems or devices.
Terminal capacityTerminal capacity of up to 2.5mm² for both the mains supply and switched output connections. The thermostat is supplied with a 2-part terminal block that allows for easy and secure connection of the wires.
The terminal block is located on the back of the thermostat and consists of two separate sections, one for the mains supply and one for the switched output. Each section has two terminals, allowing for a total of four wires to be connected.
It is important to ensure that the wires are correctly sized and securely connected to the terminal block to ensure safe and reliable operation of the thermostat. If you are unsure about the correct wire size or connection method, it is recommended to consult with a qualified electrician or heating engineer for assistance.


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