This answer only applies to the Mill Convection series: CO1200WIFI3, SG1200WIFI, SG2000GLASS, SG2000LED, SG2000LED BLACK
Since the heater’s temperature sensor is placed on the heater itself it is possible to experience deviation between the registered temperature on the heater and the actual temperature where you are in the room in location to the heater.
It is possible to adjust the registered temperature on the heater so that it matches the actual temperature in the room. All Mill Convection Heaters (with exception of SG2000MEC, CO2200MECMAX and CO2200LEDMAX) are equipped with an electronic thermostat with a calibration function, meaning you can adjust the registered temperature on the heater. Do the following steps to calibrate the heater:
- Push and hold in the button with three wavy lines for five seconds
- “C” will blink in the display indicating the heater is open for calibration
- Use the temperature dial to set the actual temperature in the room
- Confirm the change by pushing one time on the button with three wavy lines