HeaterMate Plug-in Thermostat


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Accurately control room temperature & save energy

The majority of electric heaters and many window air-conditioners lack the ability to correctly sense and control the actual room temperature.

Unlike heater or air-conditioners thermostats, the HeaterMate measures the actual room temperature and precisely controls it by turning the appliance ON and OFF at the powerpoint.

Here's how the HeaterMate works:

It is now well known that every 1˚C of unnecessary heating adds around 10% to your heating bills. The reverse is true for cooling. In our experience electric heating is a primary driver of high electricity bills.

HeaterMate Features

  • Simultaneously displays current room temperature and set temperature.
  • Digital thermometer function in stand-by.
  • Back-up battery allows setting it out of mains socket and stores set point.
  • Easy room temperature setting by pressing UP and DOWN buttons.
  • Can be used to control heater in winter and air-conditioner or fans in summer
  • Colour LED status indicator: Red = Controlled Unit is OFF. Green = Controlled Unit is ON

Specifications - HeaterMate

Power Consumption Less than 1 Watt
Voltage 220-240V AC
Capacity 2,300W
Power Plug Australia / New Zealand plug
Temperature Control
  • Set at 5°C to 30°C
  • Temperature checked every 10 seconds
  • Measurement accuracy: ±1°C
  • Temperature deviation to activate: -1°C (Heating), +1°C (Cooling)
Operating Temperature 0°C ~ 40°C
Dimensions 108mm (H) x 60mm (W) x 68mm (D) including plug
Weight 130 grams
Installation Self install / portable product
Product Identifiers TH-810T (Model), 9396243899138 (Barcode), N29542 and SAA120136EA (electrical approval numbers)
Further Documentation HeaterMate Manual (1.8MB)

    Frequently Asked Questions

    My heater draws up to 2,500W - can I use the HeaterMate?

    It is not recommended that you use the HeaterMate on heaters that draw more than 2,300W. So you can still use it on a 2,500W heater, but only if a lower heat mode or setting is selected.

    My HeaterMate has an issue - what can I do?

    If your HeaterMate has a problem, please go through the following test sequence. If you can't make it through to the end please contact us.

    1. Plug HeaterMate into power.
    2. Push reset button with a tip of a pen or the like - RED LED will flash once.
    3. After a couple of seconds HeaterMate will display the current room temperature (for example, 20.8˚C) and the snowflake sign. If it displays the flame sign go to step 5 (your HeaterMate has Heating mode as default).
    4. Press Up, then press Power button and hold them both for 3 seconds – the snowflake sign will be replaced by the flame sign (the unit is now set for Heating).
    5. Press Power button – RED LED light will come on and both the current room temperature and SET temperature will be displayed.
    6. By pressing Up button increase SET temperature to be at least 3 degrees above the room temperature (for example, if the current room temperature is 20.8˚C increase SET temperature to 24˚C).
    7. Wait 60 seconds - the RED LED light will turn GREEN. Heatermate is now providing power in its front socket. 
    8. Plug a heater or any other appliance into Heatermate socket to make sure that it is powered. 

    What other heating solutions do you offer?

    You might be interested to view our energy efficient foot warmer mat heater, our solar air heater, or thermal cooker (energy efficient slow cooker).

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    About us

    Reduction Revolution Pty Ltd (ABN 74 141 672 764) is an Australian-owned company focused on energy efficiency and sustainability.

    Since 2010 we have supplied thousands of customers with training, advice, monitoring, lighting, and innovative energy saving products.

    You can read more about us here.

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