Combat energy costs with intelligence

Combat

The Combat NRG Controller maximises fuel saving using self-learning optimisation. This controller varies the heating start up time to ensure that the building comes up to the required temperature precisely at the beginning of every programmed "on" period.

One of the features includes its flexibility as it is capable of controlling the complete range of Combat warm air heaters and Blackheat radiant heating products.

With the coded entry feature required to access the programming of the controller, this means that the unit is secure. It has a built in sensor which means no extra wiring and has installation flexibility due to the three remote sensor options available.

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