There are two types of regulation:

  • The PID regulation. "PID" stands for Proportional Integral Derivative. It is the setting by default on your thermostat. This type of regulation aims to keep the inside temperature as close as possible to the set point you request. This regulator based its functioning on the thermal characteristics of your home.

This mode is particularly suitable for electric and gas heating installations.


  • Hysteresis: this mode is particularly suitable for installations that need long heating periods, such as wood pellet stoves or heat pumps. This regulation allows more spaced changes of heating.

It works as follows:

  • When the temperature drops below the set point minus the delta, the heating comes on.
  • When the temperature exceeds the set point plus the delta, the heating switches off.

This type of regulation is suitable for stoves, heat pumps and oil heating.

If you wish to switch to Hysteresis mode, please email us at

By default, the temperature delta will be set to 0.5°C. You can also let us know if you want a delta different than 0.5°C.

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