Hoval brings simplicity to sophisticated control

Hoval, boiler, control, Energy efficient building systems, energy efficiency

Hoval’s TopTronic system controller for Hoval boilers, calorifiers, heat pumps and other heat sources can control one or more multiple conventional and low-carbon heat sources with a single unit or in cascades of up to eight units. It eliminates the inconvenience and risk of trying to work with different controls for different appliances and system configurations.

Plug-and-play modular hardware enables easy extension of an existing system with additional Hoval components. — such as solar-thermal panels or an additional water heater. It can also operate alongside the TopTronic Supervisor in a fully scalable system for the real-time visualisation, monitoring and optimisation of district-heating networks.

TopTronic can also be accessed via an integral Internet connection through a simple computer interface that also informs the user when routine or reactive maintenance is required. It can also be integrated with a BMS using Modbus or KNX interfaces.

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