Space saving radiant panel heaters

ELECTRIC CEILING FAN HEATER FOR T5 GRID SYSTEM

Fan Assisted Heater with Wireless Time and Temperature Control. Works only with WCT 100/TX Controller / Timer.

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  • USE “FAN ONLY” MODE IN SUMMER
  • QUIET FAN - ONLY 45dB
  • LED STATUS WORKING LIGHT VISIBLE FROM BELOW
  • ONE CONTROLLER CAN MANAGE UP TO 10 UNITS IN A 30m ZONE

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A simple to install wireless controlled heating system for the whole home and commercial applications. Perfect for apartments, public areas, offiices, showrooms, shops, nurseries, schools, retirement homes and healthcare!

RADIATOR (RECEIVER) KEY FEATURES:

Fan Assisted Heater with Wireless Time and Temperature Control. Works only with WCT 100/TX Controller / Timer

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RADIATOR (RECEIVER) KEY FEATURES:

Simply wire the heater to a fuse spur / Hidden wiring / No need to manually switch heaters "on" or "off" / Proportional control providing accurate and stable temperature control, the heater element is cycled on/off to achieve and maintain the desired target temperature.

WIRELESS CONTROLLER (TRANSMITTER) KEY FEATURES:

Keylock mode / Simple to Programme / Up to 6 temperature settings per day / 7 day clock / Advance mode / Economy mode Holiday mode / Boost Mode / Inbuilt room temperature sensor / Frost protection / Powered by 2 x 1.5v Alkaline batteries

The TX control unit sends a 433MHz radio signal to each “registered” heater within a radius of 30 metres. Each RX panel heater has an inbuilt receiver designed to respond to a signal from the WCT 100/RX.

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HOW THE 1.9 kW FAN ASSISTED HEATER WORKS

The 1.9 kW fan assisted heater is designed to work with the WCT100TX controller. Using a WCT100TX, every day of the week can have up to six different room temperature settings programmed for times to suit the occupants of the property concerned. When ‘Actual Temperature’ shown in the WCT100TX display is below ‘Target Temperature,’ a radio signal is sent to the heater thus calling for heat. Communication continues regularly whenever heating is called for. When the actual temperature reaches the current target temperature, heat is no longer required so the fan and element are switched off. As temperature begins to fall the heating will be automatically restored and will continue to cycle on and off under the control of the WCT100/TX timer/programmer. Running costs will depend upon the room size, building type, insulation, whether windows are double glazed, etc.

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