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Detailed description of the power inputs
Female plug in pitch 7.62 for HP power networkswith clamping-yoke screw connection
PCB terminal in pitch 10.16with clamping-yoke screw connection
Detailed description of the sensor inputs
Female plug in pitch 3.81with "PUSH IN" spring connection
Female plug in pitch 3.81with clamping yoke screw connection
Detailed description of the remote signal inputs
PCB terminal in pitch 3.50, 5.00, 7.50with "PUSH IN" spring connection
Detailed description of the heating outputs
Female header in pitch 5.08with solder connection
Female plug in pitch 5.08with "PUSH IN" spring connection
Female plug in pitch 5.08with clamping yoke screw connection
Detailed description of the network connection
Industrial Ethernet passiveIP20 plug-in connector
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Whether for homes or offices, in commerce, construction trades or industry, the field of heat generation is becoming ever more varied and complex. As a result all modern heat generation systems must be equipped with electronic controls to ensure that energy is used economically and that efficiency is continuously optimised based on data feedback. This applies for conventional oil- or gas-fired boilers and for solid-fuel boilers that are fired by wood, wood chips or pellets, as well as for most industrial systems in which, for example, coal or even refuse is used as fuel. The sheer range of options make it possible to select more economical, more environment friendly and more individual solutions.