Panasonic provides simple control of its Aquarea heat pumps

Panasonic, heat pump, space heating

The latest generation of controllers for Panasonic’s Aquarea air-to-water heat-pump systems comes programmed with up to 600 pre-configured installations that are easy to select with the ‘ready-to-go’ system. Following simple on-screen diagrams and selecting settings that are relevant to the system enables a system to be made ready for operation in less than three minutes. A cascade system is possible for larger installations.

Bivalent control can manage gas-fired boilers, and two mixed heated zones can be managed.

A solar-panel mode can produce heat when solarPV panels are generating electricity.

Priority is given to domestic hot water, and the system can be controlled over the Web.

Up to three air-to-water heat pumps in a cascade system can be controlled, with each system supplying one or two zones.

Several standard kits are available, containing all the accessories needed for various installation arrangements.

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