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ESi launches 6 series heating controls

ESi Controls has launched its new, top of the range, 6 Series WiFi Programmable Room Thermostat, offering the latest in heating control for homes and commercial premises here in the UK.

Fully OpenTherm compatible, this new range of controls allows full control via the room thermostat or via a mobile phone or tablet, with a range of features to impress even the most demanding specifier, installer or homeowner.

It includes optimum start/stop, domestic hot water (DHW) setpoint, hot water time and temperature control when working in conjunction with a wireless cylinder thermostat, full seven-day, 5/2 day or 24-hour programming options, a boost facility, a helpful holiday mode and is an ERP Class 5 product. The new controls are available in white or grey.

“This is the new ‘Rolls-Royce’ of our range,” says UK sales director Tristan James. “It has all the latest features and benefits you could want and it looks good too – it really is an impressive addition to our range. Despite the COVID-19 situation, we’ve had a stunning year of sales and we’ve kept up with the development work as well so that we can introduce the 6 series on time. The initial response from our customers has been phenomenal.”

The new 6 series complies with all relevant directives, incorporates the latest in energy efficiency technology and is OpenTherm compatible for installers using OpenTherm in their installations. It comes with a three year warranty and is available now from your local merchant.

Head for www.esicontrols.co.uk to find out more about the comprehensive ESi range of controls.

 

5 February 2021

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