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Wireless RF Programmer

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Part Number: RFT
RRP: £105.60
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£83.81 exc VAT
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RangeElectric Radiator Controls
WeightWeight 0.20 Kg

The key to energy efficiency and economy in a heating system is controllability and the Digi-line RF control system gives you complete and accurate control.

Key features

  • Each radiator has it’s own integral room thermostat, accurate to +/- 0.1°C.
  • Each thermostat has a radio frequency receiver built in to allow for central programming from our 4 zone central programming unit.
  • The central programmer gives complete control over the full system without any need for wiring.
  • The programmer can be wall mounted or can sit on a desk or table.
  • The programmer is lockable in case you don’t want the programs to be tampered with.
  • The comfort and economy temperature parameters are set on each radiator and the property is then split in to 4 zones (or less).
  • Each room can have exactly the operating times and temperatures you want, ensuring ultimate comfort and economy.
  • An unlimited number of radiators can be controlled from the central programmer (Range allowing Maximum range 30 metres).
Technical Specifications
Wi-Fi Compatible Yes

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