Is there a difference between classic thermostats and Heating regulator IR SUN?

Yes, the difference is enormous and is perceived after just a few minutes.

Can I replace the existing thermostat with Heating regulator IR SUN?

The existing thermostat can be easily replaced with Heating regulator IR SUN. Installation is very simple. Simply remove your thermostat and attach the Heating regulator IR SUN.

Is it necessary to have certain previous knowledge about the operation of the Heating regulator IR SUN before we use it?

The Heating regulator IR SUN has been designed to function completely automatically. You only should select the desired room temperature and then you can immediately enjoy the warmth.

Can the Heating regulator IR SUN also be connected to heaters of any brands?

Regulator IR SUN works on every IR heating panel.

Where to install the Heating regulator IR Sun?

The regulator has to be installed on the inner wall which is not exposed to the Sun's rays. It is installed in the standard flush-mounted socket (Ø 68 mm).

How big is the heating regulator IR Sun?

The size of the screen is 114x80 mm. The power supply part is hidden under the socket and is 26.75 mm wide.

Is the heating regulator IR Sun really saving power?

The heating regulator IR Sun reduces heating power consumption. Just think about how much electricity is unnecessarily consumed when heating the premises to a higher temperature that we wish for. For example, if you wish to have a temperature of 21 °C, the conventional thermostats heat up to 21.5 °C or more. The heaters then switch off and heat up again only when the room temperature drops to 20.5 ° C. Many thermostats also tend to measure the room temperature incorrectly, which is why the rooms are usually heated to a higher temperature as wanted.

It can also be that too weak heaters are installed in the room. If so the heaters have to work 24 hours on full power and the electricity consumption is extremely high. In this case, heating regulator IR Sun will inform you in due time that your heaters are too weak.

A lot of energy is also consumed in case of inappropriate ventilation. In case ventilate the room too long the Heating regulator will draw our attention to it.

Is it useful to program the heating regulator so the heaters heat less when we are not at home or we are sleeping?

Yes of course. The programming has never been easier. With just a few touches on the screen, the settings can be adjusted. Research showed, that if we are heating less at night/when we are not at home the energy consumption will reduce for at least 12%.

Beautiful lighting

The heating regulator has an integrated LED lighting. We its help we are warned in case we are not ventilating the rooms appropriately or if the heaters are too weak for the premises, etc.

Screen of the heating regulator

The heating regulator has a 10 cm diagonal touch screen and the data is very clearly and user-friendly arranged.

What is a "ventilation algorithm" and how does it work?

Heating regulator IR SUN detects ventilation and reacts accordingly. The regulator signals us if the room is not correctly ventilated. A correct room ventilation is short and intense. It is for example not appropriate to keep the windows always half open.

Which colour of the Heating regulator is more appropriate?

Heating regulator IR SUN is available in two colours. The black colour acts on the wall with the contrast, it expresses elegance and prestige. The white colour blends into the wall well and is more inconspicuous.

Will IR heaters made of aluminium no longer crack?

Due to the temperature differences, the IR heaters which are made of aluminium stretch. The stretching can also be heard – the voice can be described as "cracking". Because the IR heaters connected to the heating regulator are no longer exposed to such temperature differences, the heaters will not crack any more. That is why the IR heaters made of aluminium in combination with the heating regulator are now noiseless.


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