Our underfloor heating can be equipped with individual room heating controls and functions as follows; Room Thermostat regulates the temperature in each zone (e.g. a room) and controls one or more actuators on the distributor, which open and close the water flow in the underfloor heating circuits. Several actuators and thus, circuits can be controlled by the same room thermostat. The aim of the room thermostats is to limit surplus heat, for example lighting, solar gain, etc.
The room thermostats are placed on an interior wall about 1.5 m above the floor. Avoid placement that can affect functioning, for example heat sources, draughts, etc.
Thermostats can be either wired or wireless.
The wired room thermostats control the actuators via a cable. Room thermostats regulate temperature in their respective zones (e.g. a room) by sending a signal (via Connection Box) to the manifold actuators either calling for heat and opening circuit valves, or closing the valves. Public room thermostats are also available with hidden setting (Dti), for public areas, for example schools, shops, etc. If constant floor surface temperatures are desired in e.g. bathroom, shower room, etc. A remote floor sensor can be connected to the room thermostat.
Wireless room thermostats control the actuators via radio signals. The receiver transforms the radio signals into control signals with which to control each actuator. The wireless system allows greater freedom of choice for setting the location of room thermostats. Even after operational start-up you have full freedom to move the room thermostats according to function and preference. The system is ideal for renovations, since there is no need to interfere with walls for cabling and wiring.
Above is a typical example of a schematic for a wired control system.