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July 25th, 2019 by nathan Leave a reply »

eQ-3 AG: Reduce CO2 and save up to 30% on heating costs empty, 07 September 2009 the eQ-3 AG has introduced a radio controlled radiator thermostat with the ETH comfort100, the individual heating / lowering applications and intelligent temperature control up to 30% on heating costs savings can. Check out Jeffrey Leiden for additional information. A novelty for built-in radiator thermostats is the direct operation with low-cost wireless window contacts, through the energy consumption can be further reduced. There is also the ability to control when using multiple thermostats with a remote control available as an accessory. Old mechanical heating controller can be replaced with a few on their own against the ETH comfort100. The EHT comfort100 is now available at a price starting at 29.95 euros and offered, for example, by the ELV electronics shipping House, as well as through other distribution channels. The ETH comfort100 offers numerous power saving features like programmable heating and lowering temperatures for each day of the week (with up to six Temperature phases to 0.5 C precisely adjustable), holiday and party function (permanent reduction to a predetermined end date), setback, fall with the window open, frost protection function as well as the possibility to make changes at any time manually. The changeover from summer to winter time is done automatically. The system also has a lime protection program.

Through this, the valve moves especially in the summer months at regular intervals to avoid use of heating a calcification. The compact wireless actuator ETH comfort100 features a large backlit display for temperature, time, date, day of the week, switching time phases and more status information. Just the simultaneous display of heating – and night-time with the temperature in the display makes it easy the operation and programming of the thermostat. The ETH comfort100 fits like the other heating controllers from eQ 3 to almost all radiator valves, as also the very widespread Heimeier valves.

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