I recently bought a home that uses a combination of two Triangle Tube products—a Prestige Solo 110 condensing gas boiler and a Smart 40 indirect fired water heater—for domestic hot water, which is also used to heat radiators. I am very confused about how they work in relation to each other. For instance, as the attached images show, I have selected a setpoint of 120 degrees, and yet the "standby" screen shows an incoming heat of 94 degrees and an outgoing heat of 100 degrees. So a few questions:
—Why wouldn't it be going out at 120 degrees?
—Is that "standby" screen referring to the temperature in the Prestige Solo 110 or the Smart 40?
—There is also a blue-to-red dial on the Smart 40? What's the purpose of that if I am selecting a temperature on the Prestige Solo 110?
—I currently don't have the system feeding water to the radiators, but once it gets cold enough, what should the setpoint be for the Solo 110 and where should the temperature dial be for the Smart 40 to ensure my home (a 900 sf, two-story row house) is properly heated?
Thanks for any help you might be able to provide!