About Aube Thermostat
Founded in 1991, Aube is a major manufacturer of temperature and lightning control products. Owned by Honeywell, one of the market leaders in energy saving systems, today Aube produces a wide range of thermostats, including radiant ceilings and underfloor heating models.
Although exact installation and configuration instructions vary by model, most Aube thermostats are designed to be wired directly into a building's mains power supply. Once installed, the thermostat uses an inbuilt thermometer to measure ambient temperature, and compares that figure to an optimum temperature set by the user. If the building becomes too cold, the thermostat sends a signal to the building's heating system to up the temperature. If the ambient temperature is too high, the opposite occurs. Many Aube thermostats also have a memory function, allowing the device to remember its settings even if the building's power goes out.
Aube devices are designed to offer precise control of the temperature of a building at any given moment. To this end, most Aube thermostats offer scheduling features, allowing users to alter a building's temperature up to seven days in advance. This function can help to reduce energy bills and carbon emissions, ensuring that the heating in a particular room or building is only on when it is needed. Some Aube devices allow you to schedule up to seven days in advance, although users can always override the schedule if necessary.
Aube also manufactures a wide range of thermostat peripherals, such as heating probes and underfloor mats. These peripherals extend the feature set of compatible thermostats, increasing the accuracy of their temperature measurement and allowing them to heat floor areas directly.