Sophisticated control for underfloor heating

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Up to five independent underfloor-heating zones can be controlled using the UPT-678 controller from Coster.
Coster has introduced a control module for use with warm-water underfloor heating systems. The UPT-678 controller provides a complete spectrum of control options from single-zone on/off to full differential or proportional temperature control of multiple zones with data acquisition and transmission and remote control functions. Full remote control can be achieved by adding a modem, such as Coster’s MPD–612. Up to five independent heating zones can be controlled, and the modular concept of the design permits systems to be built up to match virtually any requirement, including full BMS integration. There is a wide range of programme options. Systems can be set to run seven times in a 24-hour period, for two periods in a week and simply on or off. Optimum start can be activated for any zone used with proportional temperature control.
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