The Honeywell TheraPro HR90 thermostatic head is an electronic controller with an excellent modern design and functions that contribute to energy savings. This electronic head is used as a separate device, which is mounted on thermostatic valves and is used for local control of heating by radiators. The head features a large tilting backlit display and simple operation.
Thanks to the simple locking mechanism, the head can be easily and quickly installed on the thermostatic valve. The implemented control principle allows the setting of up to 3 time programs.
Different operating modes and functions can be set on the head: Automatic mode, ECO mode and manual mode
Energy saving functions:
Open window function - close the valve when the window is open.
In ECO mode, the room temperature drops by 3 ° C
Optimized room temperature control - The head calculates when the valve should be opened and closed to reach the desired room temperature.
Clock function: The time program can be changed individually for each day. In total, up to 6 temperature changes (according to time) can be set with 3 different temperatures. The time program and temperatures are freely adjustable.
Temperature setting range: 5 ... 30 ° C
Frost protection temperature : 5 ° C
Ambient temperature: 0 ... 50 ° C
Relative Humidity : 10 ... 90% rh
Includes : Adapters: Danfoss RA, Comap / Herz M28x1,5mm
The set includes: Electronic programmable head HR90EE, display pad, batteries, screws, adapters for various valves
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