This type is recommended for Mysas that are controlling electric baseboard heaters. Mysa will frequently turn on/off your heater to stabilize the room temperature to ensure your comfort.
This type is recommended for Mysas that are controlling electric fan forced heaters or toe kick heaters. With the short, medium, and long cycle times, you can choose how often you want the fan to run for.
|Option||Period Length||Min On Time||Max off Time||Max Cycles per Hour|
|Short||3 Minutes||45 Seconds||45 Seconds||20 on + 20 off|
|Medium||4 Minutes||60 Seconds||60 Seconds||15 on + 15 off|
|Long||6 Minutes||90 Seconds||90 Seconds||10 on + 10 off|
Tip: If your Mysa is controlling a combined system like a baseboard and fan-forced heater, it is recommended to use the fan forced option or you risk turning the fan on too often.
This type is recommended for Mysas that are controlling electric radiant systems such as radiant ceiling heaters. In this mode, Mysa will only turn on when the room temperature falls to 0.5 Deg C (1 Deg F) less than the setpoint temperature.
Tip: You can select Radiant type if you want Mysa to cycle your baseboard or fan-forced heaters to cycle less often.