Countertop heating controller HOMECONNECT for heat pumps

countertop heating controller
countertop heating controller
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for heat pumps

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Use : Developed by CIAT, the new HomeConnect control makes managing your residential heating system simple and intuitive. Description : Turn-and-push dial Full text drop-down menus White backlit LCD Clear, intuitive display Doubles as a weather station Can be placed on a desktop or mounted on a wall Control terminal with room sensor. io-homecontrol radio-frequency communication technology > advantages Settings and machine faults organised in a tree structure with clear descriptions. Three settings access levels. Quick set-up. All settings for the sensors on the heat pump (temperatures, pressures) are readable. Undervoltage detection and reporting. Reduced energy consumption of the heat pump circulator. Client circulator control. Water circuit purge sequence. Detailed fault history. Management of ECO mode signal (communication with the V30, V2000, Residenciat controllers for switching the comfort units to ECO mode). Secure, high accuracy radio transmission and reception (868 MHz io-homecontrol protocol) Manual radio pairing with visual confirmation. Wireless outdoor sensor for more reliable communication with the control. Clear, straightforward information. Not two, but three programmable weekly schedules (Comfort, Economy and Frost protection) Slab curing mode. DHW setpoint adjustment. Adjustable auxiliary DHW runtime. Programmable extended absence mode. Programmable preheating mode ensures DHW is at the right temperature upon your return. Runtime counters for each mode (heating, swimming pool heating, boiler, auxiliary heating device, DHW, etc.)
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