Hopefully this post is not off target. I have serached but have been unable to find the information I would like...so here goes.
This installation was completed abou t10 days ago and seems to be fine. As I am trying to learn as much as I can about the unit I have some issues. The logamatic is the intriguing thing.
We have an outside sensor and a indirect remote Domestic(Amtro)Hot Water Heater.
We do not have any indoor sensor.
Here are some readings I have taken since the installation:

Date Time of Day Boiler Temp HW Temp Outside
11-Nov 144 118 39
127 113 37
111 118 36
126 113 32
151 115 37
133 122 41
117 115 45
109 115 45
12-Nov 2329 149 117 43
13-Nov 732 108 122 46
1124 124 115 55
1829 95 117 46
13-Nov 2200 122 120 37
14-Nov 645 129 122 32
1313 133 117 58
1832 135 117 55
2234 120 118 55
15-Nov 612 160 93 55
1213 109 122 45
1801 126 113 43
2348 84 118 43
16-Nov 714 145 118 39
853 129 120 41
1955 145 113 34
18-Nov 910 136 120 30
1638 122 118 37

I am trying to find a pattern but have not yet.

My question and interest centers around the setback. Specifically, my thermostats are not touched. Now the Logamatic sets its temp back about 10pm(63) and reverts back to 70 at about 5AM.

Am I to understand that the only thing the setback does in this situation is to lower the boiler water temp and thereby just take longer to react to a call for heat? Nothing else seems possible unless the thermostats get moved back and forth. If this is not the case then it would seem the Logamtic was not a good purchase.

I know the copper baseboards are no where near as warm/hot to the touch as with the previous oil fueled boiler. Of cousre, weather up here in Albany NY will just get colder as the season wears on, and then I assume the outside sensor will 'realize' the need for higher temperature boiler water.

Am I thinking correctly?
I appreciate any and all comments.

Thanks
Bob