Users can only power on/off their heater with a switch.
Users can lower the heater thermostat to save energy.
Conventional electric heaters are preset in the factory at 70°C, but we recommend that users in Singapore reduce their set temperature to 50°C to save energy.
Reduce your thermostat setting to save more and raise it only when you have to cater to more people.
Setting your heater’s thermostat at 50°C instead of 70°C will reduce heat loss to the environment significantly. You can look to saving about 5-10% of your heating bills.
50°C is sufficient for a family of 4 in Singapore. In Singapore, our incoming cold water is 30°C, unlike other countries where incoming water can go as low as 10°C. As such, we do not need such high hot water temperatures to balance out the cold water to give us a comfortable bathing temperature of 40°C.
For the digital heater to be correctly installed according to safety standards in Singapore, both the heater switch and panel must be installed. The digital panel wire (green line) is separate from the power cable (orange line).