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DynaTemp system solutions for monitoring and automation

The various DynaTemp systems enable the automation of control and regulation processes in the areas of heat generation, heat distribution and transfer as well as potable water hygiene and circulation in larger residential and non-residential buildings. In addition to the Oventrop control units (DDC), components such as room thermostats, actuators, control valves and stations can be integrated.

DynaTemp system solutions for monitoring and automation

DynaTemp CW-BS Thermal balancing in potable water circulation systems

The DynaTemp CW-BS control unit offers a system solution for maintaining potable water hygiene in large buildings such as hospitals, retirement homes or multiple dwellings by monitoring and controlling the potable water circulation temperature in accordance with DVGW.

In addition to maintaining hygiene, thermal disinfection can also be carried out temporarily. In this case, the potable water temperature is first increased by a start signal to the heat generator. Then the pipelines of the circulation system are sequentially brought to the set disinfection temperature.

For monitoring and visualisation tasks or to trigger warnings, the DDC can be integrated into an existing building automation.

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.

DynaTemp CR-BSX Decentralised and centralised 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 centralised 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.