Central Heating Without Pipes
|New from BEHA Elektro in Norway comes the iJaz Wireless RF Controller, designed to transform the company’s popular range of electric panel heaters into a full central heating system.
The iJaz features a user friendly touch screen design with up to 16 zones for temperature regulation and on/off functions. Each zone can control an unlimited number of heaters over a maximum range of 300m.
The system allows users to easily program day by day, hour by hour or whenever they want full heat, a lower setback level, frost protection or no heat at all.
It also programs lights to be switched on and off when you are away from home, giving the impression that people are present.
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Plug-in receiver modules within each heater mean the system can be easily and quickly retro-fitted to any BEHA panel heater manufactured since 2005; making the upgrade for existing users easy and affordable.
BEHA Panel Heaters are ideal for fitting around the home as either full central heating or as secondary source heating in lounges, hallways, bedrooms, conservatories, extensions etc. There is a choice of colours and a large variety of standard and low profile models up to 2.0kW.
The heaters are fitted with high accuracy electronic thermostats with a typical variation of just 0.2 degrees at 20°C room temperature. Low surface temperature elements also eliminate dust burn, of major benefit to those suffering from asthma and allergies
For further information visit the main UK distributor at www.dealec.com.
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