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HVAC controllers


HVAC controllers control fan speed and ventilation systems. They optimise your indoor air quality. With more than a decade of experience in the HVAC sector, we understand your application. We translate this knowledge and experience in firmware and integrate it in our HVAC controllers. No need for you to write complex algorithms.

HVAC controller with capacitive touchscreen

HVAC controller with capacitive touchscreen
RDPU series (Remote Domestic Processing Unit) are HVAC controllers with a 5" TFT capacitive touchscreen. They are available with a specific firmware to control your ventilation system, air handling unit or other HVAC application. The customer has to install the products and connect power supply and bus system via the RJ45 connectors. Plug & play. All connected devices communicate via Modbus RTU.
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HVAC controller for DIN rail mounting

HVAC controller for DIN rail mounting
DRPU series are HVAC controllers for DIN rail mounting. They require a specific firmware for your application. The power supply, internet gateway and slave devices can be connected via the RJ45 connectors.
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HVAC controller for single-phase motors

HVAC controller for single-phase motors
Manual or demand based fan speed control for single phase 230 VAC voltage controllable motors up to 1,5 A. The requested fan speed can be selected manually via the 3-button keyboard or automatically. In automatic mode, a Sentera HVAC sensor can be connected to the RDCZ controller to regulate the fan speed in function of the measured temperature, relative humidity, CO2 concentration or differential pressure. The enclosure allows inset mounting or surface mounting.
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HVAC controller for EC fans

HVAC controller for EC fans
Manual or demand based EC fan speed control. RDCV series can also control frequency inverters, AC fan speed controllers or damper actuators. The requested fan speed or damper position can be manually selected via the 3-button keyboard. In automatic mode, a Sentera HVAC sensor can be connected to regulate the fan speed in function of the measured temperature, relative humidity, CO2 concentration or differential pressure. The enclosure allows inset mounting or surface mounting.
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Bathroom exhaust fan timer

Bathroom exhaust fan timer
This delayed off timer activates the exhaust fan in the bathroom or toilet when the light is switched on. After the light is switched off, the exhaust fan remains active during 2 to 10 minutes. After this time, the fan stops. The delayed off time can be adjusted via a trimmer. VTR-1 series are very compact and easy to install.
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