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DynaTemp CW-BS for automatic thermal balancing in potable water circulation systems

The control unit (DDC) assumes optimisation tasks in the system hydraulics, which is determined here by maintaining a sufficiently high potable water circulation temperature (according to DVGW 57 °C). The temperature is detected by the Oventrop  Aquastrom DT valve for potable water circulation systems. The temperature values of the sensor are transmitted by the bus-based field module to the DDC CW-BS control unit which transmits the control commands via the field module to the Aquastrom DT valve. A further task of the control unit is the control and regulation of thermal disinfection. Here, the control unit generates a start signal for the boiler control to increase the potable water temperature and then the risers of the circulation system are sequentially thermally disinefected. The operator of the system also has the option of automatically receiving the disinfection log and any fault messages by e-mail. Settings and temperature curves of the system can be documented in the control unit.

The control unit can be connected via BACnet IP to the building management system (BMS) for monitoring and visualisation tasks and can send warning messages via LAN or Internet. 

Note: The FM-CW Plus field module (item no. 1153321) is required at least once per system, the Sensor LW TQ (item no. 1150090) is required at least three times per system.

DyanTemp CR-BSX for decentralised and central individual room temperature control

The control unit (DDC) enables room temperature control with the help of sensors and actuators as well as temperature setback of conventional thermostats via their electrical setback input, such as the Uni LHZ liquid sensor thermostats. The data is exchanged between the DDC and the individual rooms by means of so-called field modules via a bus system. The system allows for a demand-oriented and energy-saving operation in which time profiles and sensors are used to control the temperature. Presence in the room and opening of windows are taken into account. By combining decentralised and central room temperature control, it is possible to react flexibly to different requirements in the building. 

The integrated web server enables access to the system via a PC and a standard web browser. Via the user interface, parameter settings (e.g. time profiles with setback values, user profiles, etc.) can be carried out in the system and trend data and the current status can be queried.
The system can be integrated into the building management system (BMS) via BACnet IP.

DynaTemp CS-BS for networking of stations for heat generator/heating circuit and solar thermal energy

The Datalog CS-BS read out the controllers of stations for solar heat generation, for fresh water heating or for different heating circuits via a bus technology. Up to 6 bus-compatible controllers can be connected to the Datalog CS-BS-6. Data from the different controllers are read in by the Datalog CS-BS data logger in order to store and visualise operating states, temperatures and volume flows as well as energy data, even over a longer period of time. From this, new setting parameters for the controllers can be determined in order to improve the operating behaviour of the entire system, which includes the storage cylinder and the boiler, or to carry out error diagnoses. The integrated web interface allows access to the system using a standard web browser.

The Datalog CS-BS-6 also has a BACNetIP interface to integrate the connected controllers into a building automation system. The Regtronic KM TCP communication module is available for customers who want to integrate controllers into their system via Modbus TCP.

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