I am using Warmly Yours infloor electric heating cables, as well as Mysa thermostats.
On the same 240v circuit, I have a bathroom (tile) and a kids bedroom (solid hardwood floor). Ohms we’re tested before, during and after installation (before final hookup of Mysa thermostat.) a circuit check was in place and never went off for either system. The two infloor electric heating systems, while on the same circuit back to my electric panel, are separate cables / thermisters / thermostats.
The Mysa thermostat reports that both are working just fine.
The tile bathroom one, however, you can feel the heat on your feet. That is comprised of the Warmly Yours cable in LevelQuick self-leveling, Hardybacker on that and then the tile. Works perfectly.
The hardwood however, which is the cable in self-leveling between furring strips, and then the hardwood directly on top of that. You just don’t really feel the heat in the wood there though, at all.
So the question is, would this be normal? Is wood just better at dispersing / spreading out the heat than tile?